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A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. Papenfuse, et. al.
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County as a gift from his father in 1780, and in-
herited 712 adjoining acres from his father in 1786;
mortgaged 253 acres in 1795, 400 acres in 1797,
and 250 acres in 1798, all in Kent County. Sold
150 acres in 1798 and 59 acres between 1801 and
1802, all in Kent County. Obtained a release of
mortgage on 250 acres and sold 104 acres in 1802.
Obtained a release of mortgage on 253 acres and
sold 253 acres in 1807. Held no land in Kent
County by 1815. WEALTH AT DEATH. DIED: on Sep-
tember 20, 1830, at William H. Tilghman's house
near Tuckahoe Bridge, Talbot County; buried at
"Cloverfields," Queen Anne's County. PER-
SONAL PROPERTY: Inventory included only wear-
ing apparel and one pair of steel-mounted spec-

Lloyd's marriage settlement in 1780 created a trust
for Elizabeth so that if she survived him she would
receive the real and personal estate James had
received from his father instead of the usual wid-
ow's third. However, Elizabeth probably died be-
fore 1800 and the trust became moot. In the late
1790s Lloyd secured debts of over £1,500.0.0 spe-
cie in bonds and at least $4,350.00 in promissory
notes by mortgaging his land. These mortgages
were later released.

LLOYD, PHILEMON (1646-1685). BORN: in 1646,
in Lower Norfolk County, Virginia; only child of
father. IMMIGRATED: in 1650 as a minor with his
father from Virginia. RESIDED: in Anne Arundel
County; Talbot County after ca. 1663. FAMILY
BACKGROUND. FATHER: Edward Lloyd (ca. 1620-
1696). MOTHER: Alice Crouch Hawkins (?-by
1650). STEPMOTHERS: Frances Watkins; Grace
Mauldin Parker (?-1700/1). HALF BROTHER: Henry
Hawkins (?-1673). STEPBROTHERS: John Wat-
kins; Francis Mauldin (by 1653-1710/11); and
William Parker (?-1679). HALF SISTER: probably
Alice Hawkins (?-1687), who married Richard
Woolman (?-1681). STEPSISTERS: Grace Mauldin,
who married Henry Mitchell (?-1701); Sarah Par-
ker, who married John Edmundson (?-1697/98);
Elizabeth Parker; Mary Parker (ca. 1632-1699);
Thomasina Parker; and Dorothy Parker. MAR-
RIED in 1669 Henrietta Maria (1647-1697), widow
of Richard Bennett (ca. 1639-1667). She was the
daughter of James Neale (ca. 1615-1684) and wife
Ann. Her brothers were James; Anthony. Her
sisters were Jane; Dorothy. CHILDREN. SONS: Ed-
ward Lloyd (1670-1718/19); Philemon Lloyd (ca.
1674-1732/33); and James Lloyd (1679/80-1723).
STEPSON. Richard Bennett (1667-1749). DAUGH-
TERS: Henrietta Maria (1673-1702), who married

Charles Blake (?-1732); Anna Maria (1677-1748),
who married Richard Tilghman (1 672/73 -1738/
39); Mary (1680-1690); Alice (1681-1744); Eliz-
abeth (?-by 1696); Margaret (1683-1747), who
married Matthew Tilghman Ward (ca. 1676-1741);
and Jane (1685-1690). STEPDAUGHTER: Susanna
Maria Bennett (1666-1714), who married first,
John Darnall (?-1684), and second, Henry Lowe
(?-1717). PRIVATE CAREER. EDUCATION, literate,
probably well educated. RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION:
Anglican; his wife was a Catholic. OCCUPA
TION AL PROFILE: planter, merchant. PUBLIC CA-
bot County, 1671-1674/75 (Accounts 2, 3; Laws
3), 1676-1682 (speaker 2-5), 1682-1684 (speaker
1-3). LOCAL OFFICE justice, Talbot County, 1670-
1685 (quorum, 1670-1685). MILITARY SERVICE:
captain, 1667-1679; colonel, 1679-1685. WEALTH

ably ca. 2,300 acres in Kent and Talbot counties.


ELECTION AND DEATH: patented an additional 4,800
acres and purchased at least 2,000 acres in Queen
Anne's and Talbot counties. WEALTH AT DEATH.
DIED: on June 22, 1685, in Talbot County. PER
SONAL PROPERTY: TEV, £4,305.16.7 sterling (in-
cluding £1,198 in debts due the estate and £333.3.9
in bills of credit, 10 servants, 25 slaves, 186 oz.
plate, and books); debts owed by the estate to-
talled £395.13.8 and 139,293 pounds of tobacco
(as calculated). LAND: ca. 9,000 acres.

LLOYD, PHILEMON (ca. 1674-1732/33). BORN:
ca. 1674, in Talbot County; second son. NATIVE
third generation. RESIDED: in Talbot County; An-
napolis, Anne Arundel County, after 1709; Queen
Anne's County at time of death. FAMILY BACK-
GROUND. FATHER: Philemon Lloyd (1646-1685),
son of Edward Lloyd (ca 1620-1696). MOTHER:
Henrietta Maria Neale (1647-1697), widow of
Richard Bennett (ca. 1639-1667), daughter of James
Neale (ca. 1615-1684). BROTHERS: Edward Lloyd
(1670-1718/19); James Lloyd (1679/80-1723).
HALF BROTHER: Richard Bennett (1667-1749).
SISTERS: Henrietta Maria (1673-1702); Anna Maria
(1677-1748), who married Richard Tilghman (1672/
73-1738/39); Mary (1680-1690); Alice (1681-
1744); Elizabeth (?-by 1696); Margaret (1683-
1747), who married Matthew Tilghman Ward (ca.
1676-1741); and Jane (1685-1690). HALF SISTER:
Susannah Maria Bennett (1666-1714), who mar-
ried first, John Darnall (?-1684), and second Henry
Lowe (?-1717). NEPHEWS: Robert Lloyd (ca. 1712-
1770); Edward Lloyd (1711-1770); Richard Lloyd



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