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Lloyd, Edward

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Lloyd, Edward

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Edward Lloyd, 1874-1956, was born in Kenley, England, grew up at Bosherston and was educated at Bedford. In 1897 he left a job in London to live in Canada. He travelled extensively across the country as well as in the Arctic and the Orient. He eventually settled at Courtenay, British Columbia. On his 1897-1898 trip Lloyd spent time in Kenora, Ontario, and in Alberta at Edmonton, Athabasca Landing, Little Slave River and Fort Vermilion. He was married and had at least one child.

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