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Loyalist Directory: Andrew Lloyd

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Surname : Lloyd
Given name : Andrew
Rank :  
Where Resettled : Settled Deer Island, Charlotte County, NB; also a town lot in Parrtown, St. Andrew's, NB
Status as Loyalist : Proven
Proof of Loyalty : 1784: on a List of Men, Women and Children of the late Fencible American Regiment in the District of Passamquoddy.
NYGBS; V37 N4 Oct 1906
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : Royal Fencible American Regiment
Enlistment Date :  
Date & Place of Birth : about 1752, Kinsale, Munster County, Ireland
Settled before war : 1770: apprentice to Captain Plato Denny of the ship "Snow Owen"; settled 1771 on Campobello Island
Date & Place of Death : 1813
Place of Burial :  
Wife Name : Mary LAWLESS (first person to be buried on Deer Island, New Brunswick)
Children : Plato (married Catherine INGERSOLL); Catherine (married William HASKINS); Frances Maria 'Fanny' (m Abijah GARRISON); Ellenore; William (married Helen BENSON); Mary Anne 'Nancy' (married Thomas DELAP); Edward; Charles; John; David and Charlotte.
Biography : 09 Feb 1785: land grant (showing settlement in the part of Nova Scotia that later became New Brunswick); settled Deer Island, Charlotte County, NB; also bought a town lot in Parrtown, St. Andrew's, NB and established a small inn.

Innkeeper (Parrtown); 1798: was on the boundary committee with his father-in-law, John LAWLESS (Loyalist) to keep Campobello and Deer Island British (as part of Canada); also Captain of a Schooner
Proven Descendants : Donald McPherson, Vancouver Branch; 7 December 2009; Vancouver 2010-03-15;
Military Info :  
Loyalist Genealogy : See the UE certificate application
Family History : grandson was William Lloyd GARRISON 'the great abolitionist of 1860'; father-in-law was John LAWLESS (Loyalist); granddaughter (Jane Ellen LLOYD married Stephen FOUNTAIN IV, grandson of Stephen FOUNTAIN, Loyalist)
Family Genealogy :  
Sources : Information provided by Linda DRAKE

Reference letters A
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