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Family of Charles Sidney Fitzroy LLOYD and Helen FITZROY

Husband: Charles Sidney Fitzroy LLOYD (1875-c. 1950)
Wife: Helen FITZROY (1893-1988)

Husband: Charles Sidney Fitzroy LLOYD


Charles Sidney Fitzroy LLOYD, 1902, age 27

Name: Charles Sidney Fitzroy LLOYD
Sex: Male
Father: Felix Fitzroy Kelly LLOYD (1840-1909)
Mother: Alice Jane SMITH (1841-1926)
Birth 11 Nov 1875 Pittenweem, Fifeshire
Census 1881 (age 5) Pittenweim, Fifeshire
Cove Wynd, The Priory
Travel 31 Mar 1919 (age 43) Vancouver, British Columbia
Travelled from Hong Kong with family - wife Rose and daughter Lorna on SS Empress of Russia to Vancouver where they were "in transit". They then travelled on SS Scotian from St Johns New Brunswick to Liverpool arriving on the 19 April 1919
Travel 19 Apr 1919 (age 43) St Johns Newfoundland to Liverpool
Arrived in Liverpool on board SS SCOTIAN travelling with wife Rose and daughter Lorna to residence of Sir Horatio LLOYD in Chester
Travel 20 Aug 1919 (age 43) Shanghai, China
Travelled alone on SS Peleus from Liverpool to Shanghai
Travel 17 Oct 1925 (age 49) Shanghai, China
Left Southampton on SS City of Cairo for Shanghai. Last residence in UK Public Schools Club, 61 Curzon Street, London W1. Travelling alone
Retirement Jul 1928 (age 52) Shanghai, China
A Chinese white metal rectangular plate was presented to Charles by the Chinese staff of Shanghai Lighthouse Service of the Chinese Maritime Customs on his retirement after 28 years of service.
Occupation Inspector of Lighthouses
Immigration 25 Aug 1928 (age 52) to Seattle, Washington, USA from Shanghai, China
Travelled alone from Shanghai on SS Shidzuoka Maru with an Immigration Visa dated 2 Aug 1928. Arriving in Seattle on 25 Aug 1928
Census 1939 (age 63-64) Paddington, London
75 Sussex Gardens
Living with wife Helen and John A McCONCHIE, a tennis coach in France for 20 years b. 19 oct 1894
Death c. 1950 (age 74-75)

Wife: Helen FITZROY

Name: Helen FITZROY
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1 Aug 1893 England
Occupation 1939 (age 45-46) State Registered Nurse, Nursing Sister; St Thomas Hospital
Resident at 75 Sussex Gardens with Charles Sidney FITZROY-LLOYD
Death 10 Jun 1988 (age 94) Bexhill, Sussex
Cause: Cardiorespiratory Failure
Address: Pendyne, 24/26 Hastings Road
It is almost certain that Charles and Helen had set up home together as a personal story indicates that she was known as Aunt Helen in the family. Her death certifcate gives her name as Helen FITZROY but no trace can be found as to who she actually was.Informant at death was Susan McCONVILLE-SMITH

Note on Husband: Charles Sidney Fitzroy LLOYD

Charles Sydney was shown on Canadian Passenger List of Empress of Russia arriving from Hong Kong to Vancouver, British Columbia with his Wife and Daughter on 31st March 1919. They then sailed from St John, New Brunswick on the SS Scotian to Liverpool arriving 19 April 1919 and going on to the home of Sir Horatio Lloyd in Chester. Also on board was Walter Ernest Lloyd born abt 1888 going on to 14 Headstone Drive, Harrow - probably no relation. He left the UK alone on 20 Aug 1919 departing from Liverpool on the SS Peleus back to Shanghai. His wife and daughter left London on the 5 October 1920 aboard SS Iyo Maru bound for Shanghai.


We then find him travelling alone on the Shidzuoka Maru departing Shanghai on 11 Aug 1928 after retiring from his service in Shanghai arriving at Seattle Washington on 25 Aug 1928.


20 Jan 1910 - a report in the East Fife record stated that he had been appointed Commodore of the Shanghai Yacht Club from 1911-1912. A reference can be found regarding his work in Shanghai and his involvement with the Shanghai Yacht Club - - which describes a boat that he owned whilst stationed there with the Chinese Imperial Maratime Customs. THis article also reports that he died around 1941 in the UK but this has not been verified and is unlikely as my wife, his niece met him around 1950.


The Old Shanghai A-Z details Lloyd Road - a short road and home to the Thai Shan Brick and Tile Company named after Charles Sidney, a senior official at the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs.