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Sampson Lloyd (1728-1807)

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1728 Born in Birmingham, son of Sampson and Sarah Lloyd[1].

1762 Married Rachel Barnes (1746–1814)[2]

1765 His father joined with a rich Unitarian neighbour, John Taylor (c.1711-1775) to found the first real bank in Birmingham, Taylors and Lloyds; the four (equal) partners were Taylor, Taylor's son John, Sampson Lloyd, and his eldest son, Sampson.

1768 Birth of son Samuel

1771 Partner in another new banking company, Taylor, Lloyd, Hanbury and Bowman, formed in Lombard Street in London

1807 Died in Birmingham[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. England & Wales, Quaker Birth, Marriage, and Death Registers
  2. Tree published on Ancestry, without citation
  3. England & Wales, Quaker Birth, Marriage, and Death Registers