Brethren Archive Exploring the history of some of those known as "Plymouth Brethren", and a few other things.

Samuel Lloyd

Born: 7th September 1768
Died: 10th November 1849
Appears in Pridham / Borlase / Tregelles / Newton / Lloyd / Howard / Biggs Family Tree



The Farmhouse .. Lloyd House is a Georgian building situated on Sampson Road. It was built between 1742 and 1752 by Sampson Lloyd, the founder of Lloyds Bank. The building is currently used as offices by the Bromford Corinthia Housing Association



Intro, Biographical Information, Notes etc:

Left quakers in 1840 and became a leader of a Brethren company in Birmingham.

His father founded Lloyds Bank.






Quaker Lloyds in the Industrial Revolution




"Three Months in Great Britain"




The Elusive Quest of the Spiritual Malcontent





Comments:
Timothy Stunt said ...
In connection with James Mott's rather dismissive account of Samuel Lloyd, one must bear in mind that, back in the USA, Mott had supported the ministry of Elias Hicks whose teaching was rejected by the evangelical Quakers. It is interesting that Mott, in the summer of 1840, knew that Lloyd had joined the Brethren because he (Lloyd) had only resigned from the Society of Friends in February of that year. His wife, Rachel remained a Quaker, and only one of his sons, Sampson, accompanied him in joining the Brethren. Timothy Stunt
Friday, Sep 22, 2017 : 17:49



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