Edmund LLOYD of Caenest, Gent.
(1735-1798)
Elizabeth WILLIAM
(Abt 1733-1814)
Griffith OWEN of Barmouth, Gent.
(-1805)
Anne WILLIAMS
(-1787)
Cpt. William LLOYD of Barmouth
(1763-1846)
Catherine OWEN
(1769-1822)
Evan LLOYD of Borthwen, Gent.
(1810-1853)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Catherine HUMPHREYS

Evan LLOYD of Borthwen, Gent.

  • Born: 1810, Llanaber, Barmouth, Merioneth, Wales
  • Christened: 10 May 1810, Llanaber, Merioneth, Wales 2
  • Married: 14 Dec 1833, Llanaber, Merioneth, Wales 1
  • Died: 23 May 1853, Borthwen Terrace, Llanaber, Merioneth, Wales 3
  • Buried: 28 May 1853, Llanaber, Barmouth, Merioneth, Wales 3

  General Notes:

compiler's 3 x great grandfather

  Research Notes:

Evan Lloyd, son of Capt. William Lloyd and Catherine his wife (baptismal record).

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In 1832, Evan Lloyd was a witness at the marriage of his sister Catherine to Lewis Meredith.

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16 Jan 1837

Indenture between Evan Lloyd of Barmouth, shopkeeper and Catherine his wife (one part), and Griffith Griffiths of Taltreuddyn (second part); the Lloyds sell to G.G., a piece or parcel of land in Morfa Mawr, parish of Llanfair, Merioneth., about two acres and a half, abutting on Taltreuddyn property. Evan Lloyd had become possessed of this parcel of land through the intestacy of his brother Edmund, while Edmund inherited it as the grandson of Griffith Owen of Barmouth, a gentleman who not only owned land, but held substantial shares in merchant vessels 4

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Occupation: grocer (1835), gentleman farmer (1838), gentleman (1840, 1842, 1846, 1850)

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Sole Executor of his father's Will (proved 1847)

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In 1851, Evan Lloyd (40) of Barmouth, landed proprietor, and wife Cathrine (43) of Caernarvonshire, were living in 3 Borthwen Terrace, Dolgelly, Merionethshire. Present were children (born in Barmouth, all unmarried): Catharine (15), scholar, William H. (13), scholar, Anne Jane (10), scholar, Edward H. (9), scholar, Evan (7), scholar, Edmund P. (4), Angharad (1), and two servants Bridget Griffiths (27) of Merioneth, and Ann Morris (15) of Llanaber Merioneth, both unmarried.

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Will of Evan Lloyd of Borthwen Terrace, Gent., written 17 May 1853, proved 29 Sep 1853.

This is the last Will and Testament of me Evan Lloyd of Borthwen Terrace Barmouth in the County of Merioneth Gentleman. I give devise and bequeath All and singular my real and personal Estate of what nature soever and wheresoever situate with their and every of their appurtenances unto my dear Wife Catharine Lloyd her Heirs Executors administrators or assigns according to the nature of each to and for her and their own use and benefit and her appoint her Executrix of this my Will. In Witness whereof I have hereto set my hand and seal this seventeenth day of May one thousand eight hundred and fifty three 1853.

Signed sealed published acknowledged and declared by the Testator as and for his Will in the presence of us who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto put our Names as Witnesses.
William Griffith of Dolgelley, Solr., William Griffiths his Clerk

On the 29th day of September in the Year of our Lord 1853 the within written Will was insinuated, proved, approved and in common form of law decreed valid and Administrations granted to the within named Executrix Catharine Lloyd, she being first sworn in common form of law, and that the whole of the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased do not amount in value to £300.
Before me,
H. W. White, Surrogate
The deceased died on the 23rd May 1853.

Probate granted 27th December 1853. 5

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Inventory of Chattels, Right and Credit of the Late Evan Lloyd of Barmouth, Parish of Llanaber, County of Merioneth, Diocese Bangor. Taken and Appraised this 26th day of September, 1853. By Evan Richards, For Richard Jones, Dolgelley. 5

  £ s d
     
  Wearing Apparel &c 5 5 0
Kitchen Table 7s/- 5 chairs 10s/- Oak Dresser & plates 60s/- 3 17 0
2 Clocks and Case 100s/- Fire Frons &c &c 22s/- Old Urn 8s/- 4 10 0
Fender and Firefrons 6s/- Lot of Tins 7s/- 4 Trays 5s/- 0 18 0
Lot of Jugs, Covers, Plates &c 27s/- Knives and Forks &c 10s/- 1 17 0
Tea things and Glasses 26s/- Tea Kettles 6s/- Saucepans &c 10s/- 2 2 0
Small Parlour 2 Leaf Dinning Tables 25s/- 2 Square Tables 7s/- Old Sofa 22s/- 2 14 0
  Chefineere 19s/- 6 Common Mah[one]y Chairs 24s/- Weather Glass 10s/- 2 0 0
  Fender and Fire Irons 4s/- Chimney Ornaments &c 3s/- 0 7 0
  Carpet and Hearth Rug 10s/- Window Blinds 2s/6 0 12 6
Sitting Room Loo Table 45s/- Ditto Cover 2s/- Small Table 10s/- Sofa 30s/- 4 7 0
  8 Mahogany Chairs 56s/- Arm Chair 5s/- Fancy table 4s/- 3 5 0
  Fender 4s/- Chimney Ornaments and Picture 4s/- 0 8 0
  Carpet and Hearth Rug 26s/- Window Blinds &c 5s/- 1 11 0
Small Bedroom Small French Bed and Hangings 14s/- Feather Bed, Bolster 55s/- 3 9 0
  1 Chair 1s/6. Dressing table 6s/- Dittos Covers 1s/- Window Blinds 1s/6- 0 8 6
  Jug and Basin &c and Wash-and-Table 7s/6- 0 7 6
  Window Blind 1s/6- Slip of Carpet 1s/- 0 2 6
2nd Bedroom 4 Post Bed and Hangings 30s/- Feather Bed and Bolster &c &c 5 0 0
  4 Chairs 8s/- Mah[ogan]y Chest of Drawers 60s/- 2 Looking Glasses 10s/- 3 18 0
  Dressing and wash and Table and Covers 11s/- Water Bottle 1s/- 0 12 0
  Set of Chamber ware 5s/- Jug and Foot pan 6s/- Window Blinds 3s/- 0 14 0
  Fender and Clothes Horse 3s/- Bedroom Carpet 0 3 0
3rd Bedroom 4 Post Bedstead and Hangings 24s/- Feather Bed and Bolster &c 70s/- 4 14 0
  2 Old Drawers 35s/- Chest of Drawers 40s/- 4 Chairs 8s/- Wash and Stand 2s/- 4 5 0
  Dressing Table 2s/- Swinging Glass 3s/- 4 Slip of Carpets 2s/- 0 7 0
  Commode Chair 3s/- Window Blinds 2s/- 0 5 0
  Jug and Basin 1s/- Clothes Horse 1s/- 0 2 0
4th Bedroom Plain Bedstead 14s/- Small Feather Bed and Bolster &c &c 45s/- 2 19 0
  Chest of Drawers 24s/- Chair 1s/6- Window Blind 1s/- 1 6 6
5th Bedroom Tent Bed and Hangings 25s/- Feather Bed &c &c &c 65s/- 4 10 0
  2 Common Deal Chests of Drawers 40s/- Press Bed 10s/- 2 10 0
  2 Chairs 3s/- Glass 3s/- Dressing and Wash-and-table 3s/- 0 9 0
  Jug and Basin &c 1s/6- Old Press Cloth 12s/- 0 13 6
  3 Slips of Carpet 2s/- Stair Carpet &c 24s/- Hall Mats 2s/- 1 8 0
  Old Chest and numerous old things 1 5 0
  6 Table Clothes 24s/- 6 Pair of Sheets 30s/- 6 Small Towels 6s/- 3 0 0
  Pair of Wine Decanters 5s/- Wine Glasses &c 5s/- 0 10 0
  Lot of Books 1 10 0
  Money in the house time of death 10 0 0
  An Interest on Barmouth Harbour 200 0 0
 
£
290 2 0
         
  Wages unpaid the time of death 5 10 0
  Funeral and Doctor Expenses 75 0 0
 
£
80 10 0

Witness[ed] by Evan Richards, Robert Roberts, William Williams

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Evan Lloyd of Borthwen died aged 43 years (burial record).

Named in the Will of his father-in-law Edward Humphreys of Borthwen Terrace as deceased (1857)

  Marriage Information:

Evan married Catherine HUMPHREYS, daughter of Edward HUMPHREYS and Anne OWEN, on 14 Dec 1833 in Llanaber, Merioneth, Wales 1. (Catherine HUMPHREYS was christened on 11 Mar 1808 in Llanbeblig, Caernarvonshire, Wales and died after 1861.)

  Marriage Notes:

Evan Lloyd of this parish, bachelor, and Catherine Humphreys of this parish, spinster

Married by Licence

Wm. Jones, Rector

Witnesses: Jane Humphreys, Howell? Williams

Sources


1 Llanaber Parish Registers, marriages, p. 71, no. 213.

2 Ibid, Baptisms.

3 Ibid, Burials, p. 141, no. 1122.

4 Bangor Manuscript 2140, (1480).

5 Reg. P.542, Bangor Probate Records, 1576-1858 9933042602419, held at the National Library of Wales.


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