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date: 25 February 2020

Lloyd, Williamlocked

(1627–1717)
  • Michael Mullett

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Lloyd, William (1627–1717), bishop of Worcester, was the son of Richard Lloyd (1594/5–1659), rector of Tilehurst and vicar of Sonning, Berkshire, and his wife, Joan, née Wicken; Richard Lloyd's family were of an ancient distinguished Welsh lineage. William Lloyd was born in Tilehurst rectory...

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