Henrietta Maria Lloyd

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Personal and Family Information

Henrietta was born about 1710 in Talbot County, Maryland, the daughter of Philemon Lloyd and Widow Margaret? Freeman.

She died on 10 DEC 1765 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

She had two marriages/partners. Her first husband was Samuel Chew, who she married in ABT 1729 in Maryland. Their six known children were Henrietta Maria (1730-1762), Samuel Lloyd (1731-1786), Bennett (1732-1793), Philemon Lloyd (1732-?), Margaret (1735-1773) and Mary Lloyd (1736-1774).

Her second husband was Daniel Dulaney, who she married in AFT 1736 in probably Maryland. They had no known children.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Henrietta Maria Lloyd
(c1710-1765)

 

Philemon Lloyd
(c1672-1732)

 

Philemon Lloyd
(1646-1685)

 

Edward I Lloyd
(1600-1696)

 
   

Maybe Alice Crouch
(c1620-?)

 
   

Henrietta Maria Neale
(1647-1697)

 

James Neale
(c1620-?)

 
   

Anna Gill
(c1620-?)

 
   

Widow Margaret? Freeman
(c1675-?)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthABT 1710
Place: Talbot County, Maryland
Address: carefull - trees.ancestry.com
Death10 DEC 1765
Place: Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Address: trees.ancestry.com

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Notes

Note 1

Henrietta Maria Lloyd 1710 -1765

Mr. Secretary Philemon III Lloyd married a Mrs. Freeman of Annapolis, and though he was not so fortunate as to have a son, one daughter, Henrietta Maria, was born to him, who marrying Samuel Chew has transmitted his blood, though not his name to some of the most prominent families of Maryland, such as the Dorseys, the Bordleys, the Tilghmans, the Pacas and the Dulaneys, with members of which her children intermarried.

Talbot County Free Library The Worthies of Talbot

PHILEMON LLOYD (II) THE SECRETARY 1672-1732

Sources

  1. 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