Philemon Lloyd

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Personal and Family Information

Philemon was born on 26 MAR 1709 in Wye House, Talbot County, Maryland, the son of Edward II Lloyd and Sarah Covington.

He died on 5 MAR 1729 in Wye House, Talbot County, Maryland.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Philemon Lloyd
(1709-1729)

 

Edward II Lloyd
(1670-1718)

 

Philemon Lloyd
(1646-1685)

 

Edward I Lloyd
(1600-1696)

 
   

Maybe Alice Crouch
(c1620-?)

 
   

Henrietta Maria Neale
(1647-1697)

 

James Neale
(c1620-?)

 
   

Anna Gill
(c1620-?)

 
   

Sarah Covington
(1684-1755)

 

Nehemiah Covington
(-1713)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Rebecca Denwood
(-1726)

   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth26 MAR 1709
Place: Wye House, Talbot County, Maryland
Death5 MAR 1729
Place: Wye House, Talbot County, Maryland
Age: 20 years 11 months and 5 days
Address: Wye House gravestone #29
Cemetery - Lloyd Family at Wye House with marker inscriptions and arrangement drawing
Source: Cemetery - Lloyd Family at Wye House with marker inscriptions and arrangement drawing
Date: JUN 2012
Publisher: Arthur Bowie Bentonville, Ark http://www.bookofbowie.net/Cemtry/Lloyd.html

Burial1729
Place: Wye House, Talbot County, Maryland
Age: 20 years 11 months and 5 days
Address: http://www.bookofbowie.net/Cemtry/Lloyd.html N 38° 51.28’ W076° 10.07’ Grave 29 Lloyd Family Cemetery Easton, Talbot County, Md
Cemetery - Lloyd Family at Wye House with marker inscriptions and arrangement drawing
Source: Cemetery - Lloyd Family at Wye House with marker inscriptions and arrangement drawing
Date: JUN 2012
Publisher: Arthur Bowie Bentonville, Ark http://www.bookofbowie.net/Cemtry/Lloyd.html

Notes

Note 1

This was 2nd son of Edward Lloyd II -

after Edward. Lloyd II’s death, Sarah married Col James Hollyday & built Readbourne in Queen Anne County. They lived at Wye until her son, Edward III came of age. As oldest surviving son of Hon Col Lloyd, this Philemon was for nearly 11 years the owner of Wye House but dying just under age, it passed to his brother, another Edward Lloyd III

Sources

  1. Cemetery - Lloyd Family at Wye House with marker inscriptions and arrangement drawing
    Source: Cemetery - Lloyd Family at Wye House with marker inscriptions and arrangement drawing
    Date: JUN 2012
    Publisher: Arthur Bowie Bentonville, Ark http://www.bookofbowie.net/Cemtry/Lloyd.html
  2. Cemetery - Lloyd Family at Wye House with marker inscriptions and arrangement drawing
    Source: Cemetery - Lloyd Family at Wye House with marker inscriptions and arrangement drawing
    Date: JUN 2012
    Publisher: Arthur Bowie Bentonville, Ark http://www.bookofbowie.net/Cemtry/Lloyd.html
  3. The Worthies of Talbot County, Maryland
    Source: The Worthies of Talbot County, Maryland
    Authors: Oswald Tilghman
    Date: 1915
    Publisher: originally published in Oswald Tilghman's Talbot County History 1661-1861 , Volume 1 published in 1915. The book was compiled principally from the literary relics of Samuel Harrison, A.M., M.D. http://www.tcfl.org/mdroom/worthies/lloyd/ Talbot County Free Library
  4. Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland notes illustrative of the most ancient records of Kent County, Maryland
    Source: Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland notes illustrative of the most ancient records of Kent County, Maryland
    Authors: George A Hanson, M.A. correspomding member of the Maryland Historical Society Baltimore, Maryland
    Date: 30 DEC 1876
    Publisher: http://books.google.com/ my file Data/GenelogyBooks/Old_Kent.pdf