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PostSubject: Colonel Wilford Neville Lloyd, C.B., C.V.O., T.D.   Thu 24 Jun 2010 - 20:30

Colonel Wilford Neville Lloyd, C.B., C.V.O., T.D. (1855-1935), educated at Uppingham and Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, where he Captained the Cricket XI; Commissioned Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, February 1876; served in South Africa and in the Zulu War 1877-79, and present at the action at Inyezane, the defence of Eshowe, and the destruction of Dabulamarzi's Kraal (Mentioned in Despatches, London Gazette 5.3.1879 and 16.5.1879).
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Lieutenant Lloyd returned to Britain in October 1879; Appointed temporary Resident Magistrate in Ireland during the disturbances over the Home Rule Bill, 1882; served in Egypt and the Sudan, 1884, afterwards presenting the Mahdi''s captured standard to Queen Victoria at Windsor (Who''s Who entry refers); Captain, November 1884; served during the operations in Burma 1885-6 (Mentioned in Despatches, London Gazette 2.9.1887); Major, March 1893; retired, May 1896; Appointed to Her Majesty''s Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms, January 1899; Lieutenant-Colonel and Commanding Officer, 1st Cheshire and Carnarvonshire, Royal Garrison Artillery, Volunteer Corps, 6.6.1900; Honorary Colonel, 18.7.1906; Assistant Quarter Master General, Head Quarters Southern Command, 1915-17; Assistant to Major-General in charge of Administration, Eastern Command, 1917-18 (Mentioned in Despatches, London Gazette 7.10.1918); Appointed Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant, His Majesty''s Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms, 27.10.1925; Standard Bearer, His Majesty''s Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms, 8.1.1926.
Colonel Lloyd married Ella Margaret Cust, the daughter of the Very Reverend Arthur Perceval Purey Cust, Dean of York, and the niece of Ensign George Frederick Cust, July 1891; they had two children, Captain Sir Humphrey Clifford Lloyd, K.C.V.O., M.C.; and Katherine Victoria Lloyd.
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