John Sanderson Lloyd
The death occurred at his residence, Le-fevre-terrace, North Adelaide, on Tuesday, of Mr. John Sanderson Lloyd, in his 83rd year. Born at Kendal, Westmoreland, in 1831, he was a son of the late Mr Isaac Lloyd, banker, of Bristol, a Quaker family, who had been connected with Birmingham for many years. The deceased gentleman came to South Australia in 1853 in the barque Harriet Humble, and joined his cousin, Mr. G. H. Fox, in business as a merchant and importer in Grenfell street, their business place being on the site now occupied by Alexandra Chambers.
Six years later Mr. Lloyd entered the service of Elder, Stirling, and Co. (now Elder, Smith, & Co.), and remained with them until 1891, when he became their auditor, and occupied that position until as late as last year. Despite his advanced age Mr. Lloyd remained in business as a public accountant until a few months ago. At the time of his death he was the oldest remaining member of the Royal Society, and for some years was hon. secretary of the parent body, the Philosophical Society.
For some years he was also secretary of the Adelaide Book Society. In 1856 Mr. Lloyd married Charlotte Emily, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Henry Watson.
Three children survive: — Messrs. Edward and Howard Lloyd, and Miss E. M. Lloyd; also a brother, Mr. Howard Lloyd,
at one time manager of Lloyd's Bank, and a sister, Mrs. Douglas Russell, both of England.
North Road Cemetery
Nailsworth, Prospect City, South Australia, Australia
LLOYD.— On the 8th November, at Lefevre Terrace, North Adelaide, Charlotte Amy, the
infant daughter of John Sanderson Lloyd,
aged 15 months
From our own Correspondence
London, August 30.
Mr. John Sanderson Lloyd, of Adelaide,
as I mentioned some time ago, is descended
from the blood Royal of England, he himself,
and Samuel Lloyd, of Farn, near Birmingham,
and Sampson Mackay Lloyd, of Arley, King's
City, Worcester, being sprung from Edward 1.
His genealogy can be traced through the
Berkeleys, the Perrotts, and others to Mr.
Samuel Lloyd, of Farn, Birmingham, banker,
who left the Society of Friends in 1836, who
is the direct ancestor of Mr. John Sander-
son Lloyd, of Adelaide. - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/53665366/4095623#
Fox and Lloyd
Court case on surety provided by Issac Lloyd
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. 1853 ARRIVED.
Tuesday, December 6-The ship Harriet Humble, 486 tons,
Fawcett, master, from London September 2. Passengers— Mr Lloyd, Mrs Birrell, Mrs Fawcett, and Miss Rose, in the cabin.
LLOYD, John Sanderson merchant Adelaide 1857 Memorial 177/134
LLOYD, John Sanderson gentleman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 83/222
LLOYD, JS merchant's clerk Adelaide 1870 Memorial 235/246
LLOYD, John Sanderson merchant's clerk Adelaide 1870 Memorial 137/262
LLOYD, John Sanderson gentleman Adelaide 1871 Application 11331
LLOYD, JS accountant to Robert Barr SMITH merchant Adelaide 1873 Memorials 158/264 & 185/264
LLOYD, John Sanderson accountant Adelaide 1879[-1895] Memorial 204/316
LLOYD, John Sanderson accountant North Adelaide 1881 Memorial 198/331
LLOYD, John Sanderson merchant's clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 159/342
LLOYD, JS accountant Adelaide 1884 Memorial 227/357
LLOYD, John Sanderson accountant Alma Chambers, McHenry St, Adelaide, in the employ of Elder Smith & Co for some 30 years (not clear whether the firm still employed him). He had a great deal to do with real estate which absentee landlords entrusted to Elder Smiths to manage 1894 Application 22702