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Lloyd [née Honeychurch], Marylocked

(1795–1865)
  • Clare Midgley

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Lloyd [née Honeychurch], Mary (1795–1865), slavery abolitionist, was born on 12 March 1795 in Falmouth, the younger of the two daughters of Joseph Honeychurch (1735?–1818), a cooper, and his wife, Jane (1753?–1803), daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Treffry of Beerferris, Devon. Her parents were Quakers and her mother was a minister in the ...

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