1791-1853

December 22, 1791, Uley, Gloucestershire, England.

April 22, 1853, Stanley Hall (his brother’s home), Gloucestershire, England.

Lloyd taught Sunday school in Oxford and London. In 1810, he was appointed as one of the secretaries of the British Sunday School Union. In 1816, he became connected with the Religious Tract Society. He founded the Sunday-School Teacher’s Magazine, and for some years edited the Child’s Companion. His works include:

  1. Come, Poor Sinners, Come to Jesus
  2. Give Thy Young Heart to Christ
  3. My Times Are in Thy Hand
  4. Wait, My Soul, upon the Lord
  1. Meirionydd