Lloyd, Hannibal Evans (1770–1847), philologist and translator, was born in London on 30 May 1770, and was baptized at St Mary Marylebone on the day of his birth, the son of Henry Humphrey Evans Lloyd (c. 1718–1783) and his wife, Mary, the sister of the ...
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Young, Robert (1822–1888), philologist and translator, son of George Young, manager of a flour mill, and Jean Dudgeon, was born in Edinburgh or in East Lothian on 10 September 1822; his father died when Robert was a child. After education at private schools, he was apprenticed to the printing trade and set up as a printer and bookseller on his own account in 1847. During his apprenticeship he used his spare time to study Hebrew and other oriental languages, and also interested himself in religious work; for three years he was connected with ...