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Lloyd [Floyd], Nicholaslocked

(1630?–1680)
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Lloyd [Floyd], Nicholas (1630?–1680), Church of England clergyman and scholar, was born, according to his own statement, at the parsonage house, Wonston, near Winchester, Hampshire, on 28 May 1630, and baptized the Sunday following, 30 May, the son of the Revd George Lloyd (Floyd; 1597/8–1658?)...

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