apprenticed to his maternal uncle - a grocer in Kendal
In 1824 he was a founder of Christy, Lloyd & Co, the Stockport and East Cheshire Bank.
This private bank was established in Stockport in 1824 by four local businessmen: William Miller-Christy, son of a London hatter; John Winterbottom, a local solicitor; John Worsley, a Stockport hat manufacturer; and Isaac Lloyd, son of a Birmingham banker.
In 1829 the bank merged with Manchester & Liverpool District Banking Co, one of the new generation of large shareholder-owned joint stock banks. The new bank was still in the process of being established at the time of the acquisition. It began trading on 1 December 1829, with the former business of Christy, Lloyd & Co as its Stockport branch.
1801 Born in Birmingham, son of Samuel and Rachel Lloyd, brother of Sampson Lloyd and Samuel Lloyd
1851 Isaac Lloyd 49, annuitant, lived in Bristol with Mary Lloyd 49, John S Lloyd 19, Edward R Lloyd 16, Howard Lloyd 13, Hannah M Lloyd 10
1861 Isaac Lloyd 59, Mortgager ... property, lived in Bristol, with Mary Lloyd 59
1871 Isaac Lloyd 69, Banker, widower, lived in Bordesley with his daughter Hannah Mary Lloyd 30
1881 Retired banker, widower
1883 Died in Aston executors Edward Rigge Lloyd, tube manufacturer and Howard Lloyd, banker
Stockport & Cheshire Bank (William Miller Christy, Isaac Lloyd, John Kenyon Winterbottom & John Worsley), £1, 1 March 1825, serial number 3, black and white, value at lower left, top right, centre and centre as protector, bankers´ initials at left, manuscript signature of Isaac Lloyd at lower right,