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Lloyd, John Ambroselocked

  • Rhidian Griffiths


Lloyd, John Ambrose (1815–1874), composer, was born John Lloyd at Mold, Flintshire, on 14 June 1815, the second son of Enoch Lloyd, a joiner and cabinet maker, and his wife, Catherine, née Ambrose. He took an interest in music as a boy, and sang as a chorister, though he never had any formal training. About 1831, his father having become a Baptist minister in ...

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