Finding Aid to the Lloyd Papers, MS 2001

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Finding Aid to the Lloyd Papers, MS 2001

H. Furlong Baldwin Library,
Maryland Historical Society

Collection summary
Title The Lloyd Papers
Creator Lloyd family (of Talbot Co. MD)
Call number MS 2001
Inclusive dates 1658–1910
Bulk dates 1658–1904
Extent 77 boxes
Abstract Summary: I. Land Papers: A. Papers Concerning The Acquisition of Property, 13 boxes.
1. Land documents, copies and/or originals, of warrants, certificates of survey, patents, plats, deeds, etc. of numerous tracts of land in Talbot Co. Mainly concern Edward Lloyd III. 10 boxes.
2. Land documents re: lands of Richard Bennett(1667–1749) and lands of the Lloyds in other MD counties; also material on LA plantation. Several land cases. 3 boxes.
B. Maintenance of Property:
1. 147 volumes of plantation acc. books, ledgers, etc. from 1743–1909.
2. Property lists and inventories, of crops, livestock, slaves, 1761–1862, 3 boxes.
C. Public Land Documents, 2 boxes.
1. 4 certificate of survey books, Talbot and other counties, 1685–1753.
2. Talbot Co. rent rolls, early 18th century, and alphabet to alienations.
II. Letters: A. Indexed, 5 Boxes. Noteworthy political and other letters, 1706–1860s. Political letters sent to Edward Lloyd V are of particular interest.
B. Correspondent File, 4 boxes, letters arranged by writer, mainly family letters of the 19th century, including materials from Murray and Key relatives.
C. Chronological File of unindexed letters of nonpolitical or non–business nature, 1 box.
III. Business Material: A. Letters and Papers of agents or companies covering various aspects of Lloyds' business affairs, 1784–1890. Extensive papers of William Hindman, 1819–1855 and William Cooke & Sons, 1855–1860, 5 boxes.
B Accounts, receipts, 11 boxes, of James Paul Heath, 1741–1791, Joseph H. Nicolson, 1810–27, John Tayloe, 1765–93, Edward Lloyd III and John Cadwalader, 1770–97. Numerous assessment lists of Lloyd holdings.
B. Cases, 2 boxes, including Matthias Harris papers, 1747–1752, and papers concerning a case of 1793 when E. Lloyd IV was accused of mistreating his slaves; also Richard Bennett–Gilbert Falconar case, 1716–46.
C. Miscellaneous Legal Documents such as bonds, petitions, depositions, and a number of wills, 1 box. V. Miscellany 2 boxes, recipes, commissions, poetry, etc. Microfilm.
Administrative summary
Repository H. Furlong Baldwin Library
Maryland Historical Society
201 W. Monument St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
www.mdhs.org
special_collections@mdhs.org
Access restrictions Public use restricted to microfilm: Manuscript Dept. microfilm MS 2001; 41 reels
Use restrictions Permission to quote must be received in writing from the Special Collections Librarian.
Provenance Gift of Mrs. Morgan B. Schiller (direct descendant of Lloyd); Various times since 1949
Accession number 61175, 61178, 62313 and 62369
Processing note The collection was processed in 1970 by Arlene Palmer. The contents of this collection and some other collections related to the Lloyd and Tilghman families have been indexed in detail in the Library’s online catalog under a grant from the Tilghman family. This enables researchers to identify potential primary materials at both the collection and the item level through a single search. Researchers are advised that broad searches may produce an extensive list of results. A search by specific terms, such as name of individual or property, is recommended. See the online Guide to Searching the Tilghman–Lloyd Collections.
Related Collections The following collections also relate to the Lloyd and Tilghman families and are searchable in detail as described in the Guide to Searching the Tilghman–Lloyd Collections. MS 2001.1 Edward Lloyd V Collection, 1796–1817 MS 2600 Tilghman Family Papers, 1493 – 1940 PP 242 Lloyd Family Photograph Collection, 1860–1930

Biographical Note

The Lloyd family settled in Maryland in the 17th century when Edward Lloyd I (c. 1650–c. 1695) came to America and built the first Wye House on the Wye River. He married Alice Crouch and they had a son in 1646 named Philemon I (1646–1685). In 1668 Edward Lloyd I returned to London and left his Maryland assets to Philemon I, who married Henrietta Maria Bennett. Their eldest son was Edward Lloyd II (1670–1718) who inherited the Lloyd fortune and married Sarah Covington.

The third son of Edward Lloyd I was Edward Lloyd III (1711–1770) who was known as the Councillor. After Edward Lloyd II died, Sarah Covington remarried James Hollyday, who taught Edward Lloyd III about legal matters. He was a delegate to the lower house of the General Assembly, appointed to the Governor’s Council and held a seat in the Upper House. The French and Indian War, the Maryland–Pennsylvania boundary dispute and the implementation of the Stamp Act were all occurring at the same time he was pursuing his political career. As a result he held the unenviable positions of representing the Lord Proprietary and being the Receiver General even though he sympathized with the populace. In 1739 he married Ann Rousby and they had four children.

The eldest son of Edward Lloyd III and Ann Rousby was Edward Lloyd IV (1744–1796). He managed the Lloyd fortune and was active in Maryland politics. From 1771 to 1776 he served in the lower house of the General Assembly. He held a seat on the Assembly’s Executive Council from 1777–1779 and served as a State Senator for the Eastern Shore from 1781–1791. He also served as a delegate to the Congress of the United States in 1783 and 1784. He was one of Talbot County’s representatives at the Constitutional Convention of 1788. During his lifetime Wye House was burned in 1781 and he had it rebuilt during the following years. In 1767 he married Elizabeth Tayloe (1750–1825) of “Mount Airey,” Virginia and they had seven children.

Edward Lloyd V (1779–1834) was the only son of Edward Lloyd IV and Elizabeth Tayloe. At the time of his death he was the wealthiest of the Lloyds of Wye. He was deeply involved in politics and many of his efforts were directed toward reducing suffrage restrictions and reforming the judicial system. He served as a Democratic–Republican delegate to the General Assembly, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, as Senator and was later elected as Governor of Maryland. In addition to his political activities Edward Lloyd V was also active in agriculture. He was the largest wheat grower in Maryland, assisted in the formation of the Farmers’ Bank of Maryland and served on the Board of Directors of its Easton branch. In 1797 he married Sally Scott Murray (1775–1854), the daughter of Dr. James Murray of Annapolis. They had a loving marriage as is evident from the letters that Sally Scott Murray wrote about Edward Lloyd V upon his death. They had seven children and they were also the guardians of James M. Nicholson. Upon her death Sally freed several of her slaves. Edward Lloyd VI (1798–1861) was the eldest son of Edward Lloyd V and Sally Scott Murray. Instead of receiving a scholarly education as his ancestors did, he received agricultural and plantation management training through an apprenticeship. By receiving that training he was able to handle problems resulting from industrialization, soil exhaustion, cyclical depressions and population fluctuations. While many of his neighbors went bankrupt, Edward Lloyd VI prospered. However, his resources were depleted from bad investments in lands in Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi and also by Maryland’s “direct tax.” He served as a Presidential Elector for Martin Van Buren in 1836 and 1840 and in 1850 he was elected to the Maryland Senate. In 1824 he married Alicia McBlair (1806–1838). They had four children and were the guardians of J. Murray and Charles T. Lloyd.

Scope and Content

The collection is broken down into five series.
Series I: Land Papers contains acquisitions of property, maintenance of property, property lists, inventories and public land documents.
Series II: Letters contains indexed letters and correspondent file. Each letter is foldered, labeled and placed in chronological sequence. The letters have been indexed in the catalog of the Manuscripts Reading Room. The letters in the correspondent file are mainly family letters grouped according to the writer and they are arranged alphabetically. There is more complete biographical information on the folders.
Series III: Business Material comprises business letters, papers of an agent, company or individual and accounts and receipts 1718–1890. That subseries basic arrangement is chronological.
Series IV: Legal Papers contains information regarding estates, cases and wills. The wills are arranged alphabetically. Series V: Miscellany includes such items as report cards, commissions, a weather diary, genealogical data, sermons, a surveying textbook, Edward Lloyd IV’s catalog of a library and horse pedigrees.

The basic arrangement as completed by Arlene Palmer in 1970 has been left as is. The series breakdowns of land papers, correspondence, business material, legal papers, and miscellaneous remain the same. The major difference in this container list is that the boxes are numbered straight through, 1–77, regardless of the series breakdowns. Some dates have been changed when necessary and numbers of volumes have been consistent throughout.

Series I: Land Papers

Subseries A: Acquisition of Property [Boxes 1–13]
Subseries B: Maintenance of Property [Boxes 14–34]
Subseries C: Property Lists [Boxes 35–37]
Subseries D: Public Land Documents [Boxes 38–39]

Series II: Letters

Subseries A: Indexed Letters [Boxes 41–44]
Subseries B: Correspondent File [Boxes 45–49]

Series III: Business Material

Subseries A: Business Papers [Boxes 50–55]
Subseries B: Accounts and Receipts [Boxes 56–68]

Series IV: Legal Papers

Subseries A: Estates [Boxes 69–72]
Subseries B: Cases [Boxes 73–74]
Subseries C: Wills [Box 74]
Subseries D: Miscellaneous Legal Documents [Boxes 74–75]

Series V: Miscellany [Boxes 76–77]

Container List

Contents

Span Dates

Box

Volume

Reel

Series I; Subseries A: Land Papers-Acquisition of Property

       

Scott’s Lot

1661-1813

1

 

1

Batchelor’s Hope

1663-1799

1

 

1

Bartram

1663-1813

1

 

1

Kinnamont’s Delight

1775-1813

1

 

1

Hopewell

1683-1813

1

 

1

Knightly

1665-1783

1

 

1

Todd Upon Dirwan

1659-1680

1

 

1

Soldier’s Delight

1664-1785

1

 

1

Triangle

1665-1750

1

 

1

Brierly’s Delight

1678-1679

1

 

1

Brafferton

1689-1748

1

 

1

Arcadia

1689-1696

1

 

1

Wilton

1659-1680

1

 

1

Dirty Wynn

1694-1744

1

 

1

Lloyd’s Addition to Brierly

Undated

1

 

1

Todd Upon Dirwan

Undated

2

 

1

Little Britain

1770-1772

2

 

1

Wilton

1772-1790

2

 

1

Fortune

1722-1807

2

 

1

Knightly

1722-1807

2

 

1

Bennett’s Kind Caution

1783-1807

2

 

1

Garey’s Security

1773-1807

2

 

1

Soldier’s Delight

1722-1807

2

 

1

Triangle

1682-1810

2

 

1

Carslakes Discovery

1793-1798

2

 

1

Bartram

1769-1798

2

 

1

Young’s Neglect

1793-1798

2

 

1

Fishing Bay

1797-1798

2

 

1

Huntington’s Grange

1797-1798

2

 

1

King’s Neglect

1696

2

 

1

Timber Neck

1664-1788

2

 

1

Betty’s Dowry

1721-1816

3

 

1

King’s Neglect

1721-1816

3

 

1

Wisbitch

1735-1755

3

 

1

Timber Neck

1721-1777

3

 

1

Morgan St. Michaels

1658-1773

3

 

1

Crouche’s Choice

1658-1773

3

 

1

Marron

1682-1773

3

 

1

Papers re: Plater Case

1768-1773

3

 

1

Morgan St. Michael’s

1773-1787

4

 

1

Henrietta Maria’s Discovery

Circa 1700

4

 

2

Inlett

1704-1754

4

 

2

Marron

1650-1787

4

 

2

Tanner’s Help

1662-1803

4

 

2

Skinner’s Outlett

1683-1773

4

 

2

Dundee

1663-1852

4

 

2

Batchellor’s Hope

1663-1784

4

 

2

Hope Chance

1700-1762

4

 

2

Knave Keep Out

1678-1762

4

 

2

Parsonage

1663-1803

4

 

2

Woolman’s Land

1664-1780

5

 

2

Lloyds Costin

1679-1788

5

 

2

Hyer Dyer Lloyd

1659-1742

5

 

2

Lambeth

1671-1683

5

 

2

Harwood’s Lyon

1663-1762

5

 

2

Waterton

1668-1755

5

 

2

Trustram Wells

1671-1783

5

 

2

Thrimby Grange

1718

5

 

2

Meersgate

Undated

5

 

2

Nathaniel’s Point

Undated

5

 

2

Whetstone

Undated

5

 

2

Lands at Head of Wye River

Undated

5

 

2

Thrimby Grange

1659-1759

6

 

2

Meersgate

1659-1721

6

 

2

Nathaniel’s Point

1664-1718

6

 

2

Whetstone

1693-1790

6

 

2

Lands at Head of Wye River

1666-1790

6

 

2

Abbington Cliffs

1653

6

 

2

Sweatnam’s Hope

1663-1790

6

 

2

Brandford

1730-1810

6

 

2

Salter’s Marsh

1658-1709

6

 

3

Linton

1658-1721

6

 

3

Linton

1721-1774

7

 

3

Parsonage Addition

1681-1744

7

 

3

Robert’s Infancy

1695-1765

7

 

3

King’s Plains

1687-1809

7

 

3

Stagwell

1659-1725

7

 

3

Nuttwell’s Chance

Undated

7

 

3

Breakneck

1679-1796

7

 

3

Daniel’s Rest

1803

7

 

3

Batchelor’s Branch Addition

1695-1755

7

 

3

Batchelor’s Branch Addition

1782-1794

8

 

3

Walker’s Tooth

1817

8

 

3

Samuel Robert’s Papers

1817-1832

8

 

3

Lostock

1733-1787

8

 

3

Hemsley’s Pasture

1685-1770

8

 

3

Stockrange

1695-1750

8

 

3

Bagg’s Marsh

1658-1683

8

 

3

Blessland

1792

8

 

3

Scegg’s Springs

1673-1791

8

 

3

Sarah’s Lot

1679-1774

8

 

3

Doughty’s Lot

1679-1697

8

 

3

Miscellaneous Talbot County Land Documents arranged chronologically

1658-1668

8

 

3

Miscellaneous Talbot County Land Documents arranged chronologically

1668-1800

9

 

3&4

Miscellaneous Talbot County Land Documents

1800-1904

10

 

4

Certificates of Survey—extracts

1659-1790

10

 

4

Miscellaneous undated fragments of deeds, plats

Undated

10

 

4

Coursey Papers

1748-1786

11

 

4

Collins-Lloyd Land Case Papers

1755-1778

11

 

4

Papers pertaining to land of Rich and Bennett

1667-1749

11

 

4

Notes re: Anne Arundel County Land

1674-1779

11

 

5

Anne Arundel County Material

Undated

12

 

5

Allegany County Land—Buck’s Bones Small Meadows

1774-1829

12

 

5

Other Maryland lands—arranged by county

1754-1755

12

 

5

Papers pertaining to lands in Mississippi, Louisiana and Delaware

1803-1868

12

 

5

Lloyd-Gordon Case Papers

1785-1792

13

 

5

Series I; Subseries B: Land Papers-Maintenance of Property

       

Robert Lloyd’s Plantation 1756-1762, continued by William H. Tilghman from 1814-1820; bound with it is Robert Lloyd’s accounts, lists, 1743-1762, continued by William H. Tilghman 1810-1823

1756-1820

14

1

6

Receipt book for rents of Edward Lloyd III’s land

Undated

14

2

6

Bond Book

1761-1800; 1802-1803

14

3

6

Memorandum Book

Undated

14

4

6

Lloyd Ledger (loose)

1770-1774

14

5

6

[UNK] bound, on shelf, part I-B of Lloyd papers

Undated

14

 

6

Day Book

1770-1774; 1779-1780

15

6

6

Expenses for Clothing Negroes

1773

15

8

6

Memorandum Book—Edward Lloyd IV

1780-1783

15

10

6

Lloyd Ledger (LOOSE)

1770-1791

15

7

7

Cashbook [removed from box; [UNK], bound [UNK] on shelf; part IB of Lloyd Papers]

1774-1787

15

9

7

Tenant Book No. 2

1787-1814

16

11

7

Plantation Book No. 1

1788-1798; 1813, 1815

16

12

7

Account Book

1796-1804

17

13

7

Wye River Plantations Accounts

1799-1802

17

14

7

Cash Book, Memorandum book and pedigrees of running horses

1799-1800; 1802-1804

17

15

7

Wye River Account Book

1799-1803

18

16

7

Account Book

1803-1807

19

17

8

Wye River Account Book

1803-1807

19

18

8

Wye River Account Book

1803-1808

19

19

8

Receipt Book

1803-1809

19

20

8

Accounts and Receipts, Ledger A

1799; 1803-1820

20

21

8

Sales Book

1804-1834

20

22

8

Plantation Accounts and Record Book

1805-1834

20

 

8

List of Negroes, stock, farming utensils, corn made and number of bushels of wheat seeded on farms belonging to Edward Lloyd V

1805

21

23

8

Check Book

1805-1807; 1809-1810

21

24

8

Memorandum Book

1806-1816

21

25

8

Farm Book

1809-1819

21

26

9

Ledger, Cash Account - A[aron] Anthony

1813-1816

21

27

9

Weather Diary

1815-1819

22

28

9

Farm Book

1815-1822

22

29

9

Cash Account; Edward Lloyd VI

1817-1819

22

30

9

Ledger C

1817-1823

22

31

9

Plantation Record Book

[1819]-1823

23

32

9

Memorandums on Agricultural Subjects; Edward Lloyd V; Weather Diary

1819-1834

23

33

9

Ledger B

1819-1834

23

34

10

Return Book Compiled by Aaron Anthony

1822

23

35

10

Grain Book

1822-1823

23

36

10

Sales Book of James Murray Lloyd

1824-1834

23

37

10

Account Book of James Murray Lloyd

1822-1826

23

37

10

Return Book

1823

23

38

10

Day Book

1823-1824

24

39

10

Return Book

1824

24

40

10

Day Book, Edward Lloyd VI

1825

24

41

10

Receipt Book

1826

24

42

10

Return Book

1826

24

43

10

Mill Book

1826

24

44

10

Inventory of Slaves

1826

24

45

10

Cash and Account Book

1826, 1827, 1830

24

46

10

Receipt Book

1826-1833

24

47

10

Hog Book

1826

24

47A

10

Day Book

1827

24

48

10

Day Book

1826-1833

24

49

10

Return Book

1828

24

50

10

Ledger—Accounts, Receipts

1828-1841

25

51

10

Return Book No. 3

1829

25

52

10

Return Book No. 4

1830

25

53

10

Return Book No. 5

1831

25

54

10

Return Book No. 6

1832

25

55

10

Return Book

June 1832

25

56

10

Edward Lloyd [VI] Account with Easton Bank

1832-1838

25

57

10

Return Book No. 7

1833

25

58

10

Addition to Volume 58

1833

25

59

10

Day Book

1833-1835

25

60

11

Return Book No. 8

1834

26

61

11

Day Book A

1834-1839

26

62

11

Ledger

1834-1844

26

63

11

Cash Book—J[ames] M[urray] Lloyd

1834-1845

26

64

11

List of Hands on Estate of Edward Lloyd [V]

1835

27

65

11

Agricultural Diary

1835-1836

27

66

11

Allowance List of Slaves [missing]

1835-1836

27

67

11

Return Book

1836-1839

27

68

11

Diary

1836

27

69

11

Allowance List

1837

27

70

11

Farm Book

1836-1840

27

71

11

Edward Lloyd VI—Account with Easton Bank

1838-1844

27

72

11

Check Stub Book

1839-1843

27

73

11

Diary, S[ally S[cott] M[urray] Lloyd; Accounts

1839-1844

27

74

11

Memorandums of Expenses

1840-1844

27

74

11

Allowance List

1840

27

75

11

Sally Scott Murray Lloyd Cash Book

Circa 1840

27

75A

11

Farm Book

1840-1846

27

76

11

Cash Account Book

1840-1846

27

77

11

Return Book

1841

27

78

11

List of Articles Furnished—Received from Farms

1841

27

78A

11

Book of Bill Payable

1842-1845

27

79

11

Return Book

1842

28

80

11

Book of Inventories

1841-1846

28

81

11

Copybook (school lessons)

1842

28

82

11

Account Book

1846-1850

28

82

11

Return Book

1843

28

83

11

Record of Furniture Bills

1843-1844

28

84

11

Account Book—Sally Scott Murray Lloyd

1843-1845

28

85

11

Return Book

1844

28

86

11

List of Articles Furnished—Received from Farms

1844-1845

28

87

11

Allowance List

1844

28

88

11

Account Book—Chesapeake Bank with Edward Lloyd VI

1844-1848

28

89

11

Miscellaneous Memorandum Book

Circa 1845

28

90

11

Allowance List

1845

28

91

11

Return Book

1845

29

92

12

Return of Hands, Stock, Farming Utensils

1845

29

93

12

Farm Book—List of Articles Furnished—Received from Farms

1845-1846

29

94

12

Return Book

1846

29

95

12

Return Book

1846

29

96

12

Allowance Book

1846-1847

29

97

12

Farm Book

1846-1849

29

98

12

Cash Book

1846-1849

29

99

12

Farm and Return Book

Undated

29

100

12

List of Articles Furnished—Received from Farms

1847

29

101

12

Return Book

1848

29

102

12

Account Book Ledger [missing]

1848-1879

30

103

12

Farm and Return Book

1849

30

104

12

Return Book

1850

30

105

12

Store Book

1850

30

106

12

Memorandum Book

1850

30

107

12

Cash Book

1850-1859

30

108

12

Cash Book

1850-1861

30

109

12

Farm and Return Book

1851

30

110

12

Store Book

1852

30

111

12

Farm Book

1852-1858

30

112

12

Book of Crop Notes

1852-1859

31

113

12

Farm Book

1855

31

114

13

Cash Book

1859-1861

31

115

13

Return Book

1860

31

116

13

Mill Book of William N. Scott

1860-1861

31

117

13

Edward Lloyd VII—Cash Account

1860-1861

31

118

13

Edward Lloyd VII—Cash Book

1861-1866

31

118

13

Cash Book

1860-1861; 1866-1872

31

119

13

Farm Book

1861

31

120

13

Return Book

1861

31

121

13

Return Book

1862

31

122

13

Store Book

1862

31

123

13

Return Book

1863

31

124

13

Return Book

1864-1865

32

125

13

Allowance Book

1866

32

126

13

Return Book

Undated

32

127

13

Inventory of Lloyd Farms

[186]

32

128

13

Ledger

1865-1874

32

129

13

Return Book

1869

32

130

13

Cash Book

1871-1880

32

131

13

Farm and Return Book

1871

32

132

13

Farm and Return Book

1872

32

133

13

Farm and Return Book

1873

32

134

13

Farm Book

1874

33

135

13

Farm Book

1875

33

136

14

Farm Book

1876

33

137

14

Farm Book

1877

33

138

14

Wye Farm Book

1882-1886

33

139

14

Farm Book

1887-1892

33

140

14

Farm Book

1894-1898

33

141

14

Day Book

1897

33

142

14

Cash Book

1897-1907

34

143

14

Account Book

1897-1909

34

144

14

Check Book

1909

34

145

14

Series I; Subseries C: Land Papers-Property Lists

       

Inventories

1791-1832

35

 

14&15

Inventories

1833-1846

36

 

15

Inventories

1847-1862; Undated

37

 

15

Seris I; Subseies D: Land Papers-Public Land Documents

       

Talbot County Certificate Book

1658-1672

38

 

15

Talbot County Certificate Book

1658-1667

38

 

15

Certificate Book—Talbot, Queen Anne’s, Kent, Cecil and Dorchester Counties

1658-1753

38

 

16

Alphabet to the Certificate Book

1660-1720

38

 

16

Talbot County Rent Roll

1707

39

 

16

Talbot County Rent Roll

Early 18th century

39

 

16

Alphabet to Rent Roll

Undated

39

 

16

Alphabet to Alienations, Vendees, Vendors—Talbot County

1706-1727

39

 

16

Alphabet to Alienations, Vendees, Vendors—Talbot County

1706-1734

39

 

16

Series II; Subseries A: Letters-Indexed Letter

       

Indexed Letters

1706-1819

40

 

16&17

Indexed Letters

1810-1819

41

 

17

Indexed Letters

1820-1826

42

 

17

Indexed Letters

1830-1849

43

 

17

Indexed Letters

1850-1867

44

 

17&18

Series II; Subseries B: Letters-Correspondent File

       

Ann (Nannie) Lloyd Buchanan

1808-1892

45

 

18

(Mary) Ellen Lloyd Goldsgorough

1815-1885

45

 

18

Sarah Elizabeth Hargon

Undated

45

 

18

Elizabeth Lloyd Harwood

1774-1849

45

 

18

Elizabeth Lloyd Key

1827-1881

45

 

18

Mary Taylor Lloyd Key

1784-1859

46

 

18

Daniel Lloyd

1812-1875

46

 

18&19

Edward Lloyd V

1779-1834

46

 

19

Edward Lloyd VI

1798-1861

46

 

19

Edward Lloyd VII

1825-1907

46

 

19

Elizabeth C. McBlair Lloyd

1818-1850

46

 

19

James Murray Lloyd

1803-1847

46

 

19

Sally Scott Murray Lloyd

1775-1854

46

 

19

Virginia Upshur Lloyd

1812-1843

47

 

19

Anne Lloyd Lowndes

1769-1840

47

 

19

Sally Scott Lloyd Lowndes

1805-1880

47

 

19&20

Anne Murray Mason

Undated

47

 

20

Henry Maynadier

1758-1849

47

 

20

Daniel Murray

Undated

47

 

20

James Murray

Undated

48

 

20

Sarah Elizabeth Murray

Undated

48

 

20

Rebecca Lloyd Nicholson

Undated

48

 

20

Charles S. Winder

1820-1862

48

 

20

Elizabeth Taylor Lloyd Winder

1800-1880

48

 

20

Chronological File of Unindexed Letters [arranged by decades; from family members and friends]

1808-1897

49

 

20&21

Series III; Subseries A: Business Material-Business Papers

       

Miscellaneous business letters

Pre-1800

50

 

21

Business letters including material from Jacob Gibson, Benjamin Harwood, James Cowan and Richard Austin

1800-1809

50

 

21

Business letters including material from A. Murray, H.G.S. Key, James Steele and W. Bromwell

1810-1819

50

 

21

Archibald Campbell letters

1800

50

 

21

Arthur Bryan Business Papers

1784-1800

50

 

21

Thomas Eden Co. London Papers

1791-1888

50

 

21

Business Letters of William Chamber

1810-1821

51

 

21

Business Letters re: Machinery

1810-1859

51

 

21

Business Letters of H. Simpson

1816-1818

51

 

22

Business Letters of John Barney

1817

51

 

22

Business Letters of R.I. Jones

1817-1831

51

 

22

Business Letters of Henry Hall Harwood

1817-1834

51

 

22

Business Letters of Henry D. Sellers

1819-1821

51

 

22

Business Letters of Kensey Harrison

1820-1827

51

 

22

Papers re: Bond of [Samuel] Ringgold

1821-1825

51

 

22

Letters re: Building and Repairs

1825-1829

51

 

22

William Hindman Business Letters

1835

53

 

22&23

William Hindman Letters

1842-1855; Undated

53

 

23

James Battele, Samuel Ringgold, James L. Hawkins, William H. Marriott and Charles Sterett Ridgely

1820-1824

53

 

23

Business Letters of James Bosley

1823-1834

53

 

23

William Hayward Jr., Michael McBlair, John R. Dale, Jenkins, Stevens, Charles S. Ridgely

1825-1829

53

 

23

Business Letters of Leumon Cooley

1830-1831

54

 

23

Thomas Kennedy, J.C. Hensy, John H.B. Latrobe, James Tilton, William W. Taylor and John Goldsborough

1830-1834

54

 

23

Business Letters of I. Irvine Hitchcock

1832-1834

54

 

23

Miscellanous Business Letters of Edward Lloyd VI, W. Hughlett, Jacob Hollingsworth, E.T. Bond, William H. Tilghman, Hermon H. Perry, Charles Tiernan

1835-1849

54

 

23

Papers Concerning Finances of Daniel Lloyd

1842-1860

54

 

23

Miscellaneous Business Papers of Chesapeake Bank, James R. Price, Penniman, Brothers Thomas J. Hayward, Martin Goldsborough, H.M. Hollyday, William Rose, Samuel L. Peters and William H. DeCourcey

1850-1889

55

 

23

William Cooke, Sons Papers: Letters and Accounts

1855-1860

55

 

23

Miscellaneous Business Papers

1860-1883

55

 

24

Series III; Subseries B: Business Material-Accounts and Receipts

       

Miscellaneous

1718-1799

56

 

24

Robert Lloyd—Edward Lloyd III Accounts

1733-1770

56

 

25

Charles Goldsborough-Edward Lloyd III Accounts

1750-1757

56

 

25

Richard Gibson Rent Accounts

1747

56

 

25

Thomas Clayland Rent Accounts

1754-1765

56

 

25

James Walters Rent Accounts

1755-1772

56

 

25

Edward Lloyd III Rent Accounts, Quit Rents

1756-1757

56

 

25

Daneil Griffith Rent Accounts

1756-1760

56

 

25

Samuel Walters Rent Accounts

1760-1769

56

 

25

Thomas Mansfield Rent Accounts

1762-1769

56

 

25

Andrew Hennesey Rent Accounts

1770-1772

56

 

25

John Dolvin Rent Accounts

1771

56

 

25

John Rickets-Edward Lloyd IV Account

1788

56

 

25

Edward Lloyd IV with James Holland Accounts

1790-1793

56

 

25

Edward Lloyd IV with Messrs. Oxley, Hancock, Co., London

1793, 1795

56

 

25

Building Material and Repairs Accounts

1796-1799

56

 

25

William Clark-Edward Lloyd Account

1805-1809

56

 

25

Lewis Neth-Edward Lloyd V and Marie Lloyd

1798-1805

56

 

25

Thomas Prince-Edward Lloyd V Account

1798-1809

56

 

25

Franc Scott Key Receipt

1802

56

 

25

Miscellaneous Accounts and Receipts

1800-1809

56

 

25

Entry of Merchandise Imported

1802

56

 

25

Building Materials and Repair Accounts

1800-1814

56

 

25

Miscellaneous

1810-1814

57

 

25

Receipts

1815-1819

57

 

26

Building Materials and Repairs Accounts

1815-1819

57

 

26

Solomon Lowe-Edward Lloyd V

1817-1829

57

 

26

Clark; Green-Edward Lloyd V

1819

57

 

26

Clark; Green-Edward Lloyd V Accounts

1820-1824

57

 

26

Buildings-Dimensions, Bricks and Etc.

Circa 1820

58

 

26

Building Material and Repairs Accounts

1820-1824

58

 

26

Travel Expenses-Hotel Accounts

1819-1824

58

 

26

Thomas H. Dawson & Co.-Edward Lloyd V Accounts

1820-1824

58

 

26

Miscellaneous

1820-1824

58

 

26&27

Samuel Sneed-Edward Lloyd V and VI

1821-1831

59

 

27

Midwifery Accounts-Rachel C. Bentley

1824-1829

59

 

27

T. Thomas-Edward Lloyd V

1825-1830

59

 

27

Clothes and Material Accounts

1825-1829

59

 

27

Nixon & Woohule-Edward Lloyd V

1825-1827

59

 

27

Travels Expenses-Hotels and Etc.

1825-1829

59

 

27

Building Materials and Repair Accounts

1825-1829

59

 

27

Furniture, Furnishing and Household Utensils Accounts

1825-1829

59

 

27&28

Miscellaneous

1825-1826

59

 

28&29

William Clark-Edward Lloyd V

1825-1829

60

 

29

Lamberton Reardon-Edward Lloyd V

1825-1832

60

 

29

Robert Cary Long-Receipts for Measuring House

1827

60

 

29

Miscellaneous

1826-1829

60

 

29

Travel Account-Hotel Expenses

1830-1834

61

 

29

William Clark-Edward Lloyd Accounts

1830-1832

61

 

29

Sloops of Lloyds

1830-1834

61

 

29

Sinclair & Moore-Edward Lloyd Accounts

1830-1834

61

 

29&30

Furniture, Furnishings and Household Utensils

1830-1834

61

 

30

Building Materials and Repairs Accounts

1830-1834

61

 

30

Bills at Miles River Ferry

1832-1833

61

 

30

Clothing and Material Accounts

1830-1834

61

 

30

Thomas H. Dawson-Edward Lloyd V Account

1830-1834

61

 

30

Solomon Lowe-Edward Lloyd Accounts

1831

61

 

30

Samuel Kirk-Edward Lloyd V Accounts

1832

61

 

30

Account of Captain Isaac Kirby

1832-1835

61

 

30

Miscellaneous

1830-1834

62

 

30-32

Miscellaneous

1834

63

 

32

Books and Tuition

1835-1839

63

 

32

Travel Expenses-Hotel Accounts

1835

63

 

32

Building Materials and Repair Accounts

1835-1839

63

 

32

Furniture, Furnishings and Household Utensils

1835-1839

63

 

32

Chimney Sweeping Accounts

1835-1839

63

 

32

Clothing and Material Accounts

1835-1839

63

 

32

Miscellaneous

1835-1839

64

 

32&33

Chimney Sweeping

1840-1844

65

 

33

Toys

1840

65

 

33

Books and Tuition

1840-1848

65

 

34

Building Materials and Repairs Accounts

1840-1848

65

 

34

Clothing and Material

1840-1849

65

 

34

Furniture, Furnishings and Household Utensils

1840-1849

65

 

34

Miscellaneous

1840-1849

65

 

34&35

Miscellaneous

1850-1859

66

 

35&36

Clothing and Material

1850-1859

66

 

36

Furniture, Furnishings and Household Utensils

1850-1859

66

 

36

Magazine, Newspaper, Subscripts and Receipts

1850-1859

66

 

36

Captain Pergrine Pennington Accounts for Schooner Petrel

1850-1859

66

 

36

Building Material and Repairs Accounts

1850-1859

66

 

36

Captain William Seveir Accounts for Schooner Petrel

1854-1859

67

 

37

Travel Expenses- Hotel Accounts

1856-1860

67

 

37

Captain William Seveir Accounts for Schooner Petrel

1860-1861

67

 

37

Clothing and Material

1860-1866

67

 

37

Miscellaneous

1860-1869

67

 

37

Furniture and Furnishings

1863-1866

67

 

37

Newspaper and Magazine Subscriptions

1864-1866

67

 

37

A.H. Reynolds

1865

67

 

37

Schooner; Wave of Wye

1863

67

 

37

Building Material and Repairs Accounts

1865-1866

68

 

37

Miscellaneous

1876-1879

68

 

37

Building Material and Repairs Accounts

Circa 1880

68

 

37

Miscellaneous

1882-1896

68

 

37&38

Series IV; Subseries A: Legal Papers-Estates

       

Papers Concerning the Settlement of the Estate of James Paul Heath

1747-1791

69

 

38

Settlement Papers

Undated

69

 

38

Land Documents

Undated

69

 

38

Settlement Papers Concerning the Estate of Joseph H. Nicholson [Including Letters, Accounts, Receipts, Legal Documents and 2 Volumes]

1810-1820

70

 

38&39

Papers Relating to Joseph H. Nicholson’s House on Market Street, Baltimore, Maryland

1810-1826

70

 

39

Papers Pertaining to Edward Lloyd V’s Guardianship of Edward Lloyd Nicholson, son of Joseph H. Nicholson

1813-1827

70

 

39

Papers Relating to Lands Near Centreville (Queen Anne’s County) Sold by Joseph H. Nicholson

1816-1819

70

 

39

John Taylor Estate Papers Including Legal Opinions of Luther Marin and Daniel Dulaney

1765-1793

71

 

39

Papers of Edward Lloyd III involving John Cadwalader’s Share in the Settlement; Includes Letters, Accounts, Receipts, Legal Opinion and Agreements

1770-1797

71

 

39

Papers of Various Members of the Lloyd Family; Includes Assessments, Lists of Lloyd Property, Financial Statements and Etc.

Circa 1750-1910

72

 

39&40

Richard Bennett-Gilbert Falconer Case

1716-1746

72

 

40

Series IV; Subseries B: Legal Papers-Cases

       

Matthias Harris Papers

1747-1752

73

 

40

China Clow Rebellion Concerning the Role of James Tilghman in the Tory Insurrection

1792

73

 

40

James Lloyd Papers

1793

73

 

40

Edward Lloyd IV Treatment of Slaves; Concerns Accusations Against Lloyd for Beating his Slaves

1793

73

 

40

Samuel T. Anderson Papers Concerning the Settlement of the Accounts of Samuel T. Anderson, his Reimbursement for his Expenses while he Worked as a Naval Storekeeper in the War of 1812

1822-1826

74

 

40

Series IV; Subseries C: Legal Papers-Wills

       

Allcock, Thomas

1708; 1709

74

 

40

Bennett, Richard [2 copies]

1749 September 25

74

 

40

Emerson, John

1706

74

 

40

Finney, William

1750

74

 

40

Fitzpatrick, David

1761

74

 

40

Gibson, James

1777

74

 

40

Gibson, Richard

1767

74

 

40

Harwood, Elizabeth [Lloyd]

1849

74

 

40

Higgs, Aaron

1746

74

 

40

Lloyd, Edward I

1695

74

 

40

Lloyd, Edward II

1718

74

 

40

Lloyd, Edward III

1750

74

 

40

Lloyd, Philemon

1685

74

 

40

Johnson, David

1684-1685

74

 

40

Parker, Henry

1686-1687

74

 

40

Rousby, John

1744

74

 

40

Sayer, Frances

1698

74

 

40

Stevens, Thomas

1684-1685

74

 

40

Skydmore, Edward

1675

74

 

40

Winchester, Isaac

1692

74

 

40

Extract

17th Century

74

 

40

Series IV; Subseries D: Legal Papers-Miscellaneous Legal Documents

       

Bonds, Depositions, Petitions, Articles of Agreement, Bills of Sale and Legal Opinions

1751-1828

74

 

40

Legal Documents

1828-1874

75

 

40&41

Series V: Miscellany

       

Includes Diagrams, Directions, Recipes for Food, Medicine, Dye and Fertilizer, Poetry

Undated

76

 

41

Fragments and Envelopes

Undated

77

 

41

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Contents

Span Dates

Roll

Boxes

Land Papers—Acquisition of Property

 

1

1-4

Land Papers—Acquisition of Property

 

2

4-6

Land Papers—Acquisition of Property

1788

3

6-9

Land Papers—Acquisition of Property

1790

4

9-11

Land Papers—Acquisition of Property

 

5

11-13

Land Papers—Maintenance of Property Land Volumes

 

6

14-15

Land Papers—Maintenance of Property Land Volumes

 

7

15-18

Land Papers—Maintenance of Property Land

 

8

19-21

Land Papers—Maintenance of Property Land Volumes

 

9

21-23

Land Papers—Maintenance of Property Land Volumes

 

10

23-25

Land Papers—Maintenance of Property Land Volumes

 

11

25-29

Land Papers—Maintenance of Property Land Volumes

 

12

29-31

Land Papers—Maintenance of Property Land Volumes

 

13

31-33

Land Papers—Maintenance of Property Land Volumes

 

14

33-34

Property Lists and Inventories

1761-1830

14

34

Land Papers—Maintenance of Property

 

15

35

Property Lists and Inventories

1831-1894; Undated

15

35-37

Land Papers—Public Land Volumes

 

15

38

Land Papers—Public Land Volumes

 

16

38-39

Letters—Indexed Letters

1706-1807

16

40

Letters—Indexed Letters

1808-1850

17

41-44

Letters—Indexed Letters

1851-1918; Undated

18

44

Letters—Correspondent File—Ann (Nannie) Lloyd Buchanan-Mary Tayloe Lloyd Key

 

18

45-46

Letters—Correspondent File—Daniel Lloyd-Sally Scott Lloyd Lowndes

 

19

46-47

Letters—Correspondent File—Sally Scott Lloyd Lowndes-Elizabeth Tayloe Lloyd Winder

 

20

47-48

Letters—Chronological File

1808-1841

20

49

Letters—Chronological File

1842-1897; Undated

21

49

Business Material—Business Letters and Papers

 

21

50

Miscellaneous Business Papers

1763-1794

21

50-51

Business Papers Regarding Machinery

1810-1859

21

51

Business Material—Business Letters and Papers—H. Simpson Correspondence-William Hindman Papers

1816-1819; 1819-July 1833

22

51-53

Business Material—Business Letters and Papers—William Hindman Papers-I. Irvine Hitchcock Papers

August 1833-1855; 1832-1834

23

53-55

Business Material—Business Letters and Papers—Miscellaneous Business Papers

1835-1849; Undated

24

55

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

 

24

56

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

1814

25

56-57

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

1815-August 1821

26

57-58

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

September 1821

27

58-59

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

January 1828

28

59

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

February 1828

29

59-61

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

September 1831

30

61-62

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

October 1834

31

62

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

July 1835

32

62-64

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

August 1835

33

64-65

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

August 1847

34

65

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

September 1847-1858

35

65-66

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

1858-1859

36

66

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

1859; Undated

37

67-68

Business Material—Accounts and Receipts

Undated

38

68

Legal Papers—Estates—James Paul Hearth-Joseph Hopper Nicholson (Settlement Papers)

1810-June 1816

38

69-70

Legal Papers—Estates—Joseph Hopper Nicholson-Estate of Various Lloyds/Assessment Lists of Lloyd Property, Financial Statements, etc.

July 1816; 1750-1828

39

70-72

Legal Papers—Estates—Joseph Hopper Nicholson-Estate of Various Lloyds/Assessment Lists of Lloyd Property, Financial Statements, etc.

1829-1910; Undated

40

72

Legal Papers—Cases

 

40

73-74

Legal Papers—Wills—Miscellanea

 

40

74

Wills—Miscellaneous Legal Documents

1674-1845

40

74

Legal Papers—Wills—Miscellanea

 

41

75

Miscellaneous Legal Documents

1846-1874; Undated

41

75

Miscellanea

 

41

76-77

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