Pride, prejudice and politics: a history of the Lloyd family in Wales, Pennsylvania and Ontario

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R.D. Lloyd, 1995 - Reference
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I have read most of part 3 and have found it to be well researched, and detailed. All areas of doubt are so noted and probabilities are distinguished from established facts. This is more than genealogical charts. It contains a great deal of information from personal memoirs, letters, old family histories, newspapers, deeds, wills, and photographs. Since the Lloyds were Quakers in a small community, they were eventually related to most families in King and Whitchurch townships as well as in other nearby places. Anyone with roots in this area of Ontario will probably find information on their own ancestors. Contains a wealth of information. 

Contents

The arrival of the Lloyds
36
Chapter h Lost in the Great Swamp
75
John Lloyd of Springfield Bucks
180
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