Henry Lloyd (1852-1920)
MSA SC 3520-1471

Governor of Maryland 1885-1888 (Democrat)

Born:  February 21, 1852 in Dorchester County,  Maryland1
Father:  Daniel Lloyd2
Mother:  Kitty (Henry) Lloyd3
Marriage:  October 18, 1886 to Mary Elizabeth Stapelfort4
Children:  Henry, Jr.5
Education:  public schools of Cambridge, Maryland; graduated Cambridge Academy, 1871; studied law in the office of Daniel M. Henry6
Religious affiliation:  Protestant Episcopal7
Positions held:
            Schoolteacher, Dorchester County, 1872
            Principal, Cambridge Academy
            Admitted to the bar, 1873
            Private law practice in Cambrige, 1873-1875, 1888-
            Auditor of the Court, 1875-1881
            Maryland Senator, 1881-1884
            President of the Maryland Senate, 1884
            Acting Governor of Maryland, 1885-1886
            Governor of Maryland 1886-1888
            President, Dorchester National Bank
            President, Board of United Charities Hospital
            Associate Judge of the First Judicial Circuit, 1893-19088
            Senior Grand Warden, Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Maryland, 1885-1886
            Member of the Vestry, Christ P.E. Church, Cambridge9
Died:  December 30, 1920, Cambridge, Maryland10
Burial:  Christ Church Cemetery, Cambridge11

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