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Lloyd, George Ambrose.
Adm. pens.
at TRINITY, June 25, 1898.
[3rd] s. of Sampson Samuel (1864), of the Priory, Warwick [and of Dolobran, Montgom.]. B. [Sept.
19], 1879, at Olton Hall, Warws.
School, Eton.
Matric. Michs. 1898.
Rowing 'blue' (Cox), 1899, 1900.
Hon. Attaché to the British Embassy at Constantinople, 1905; Special Commissioner to enquire into prospects of British trade in Mesopotamia and E. Asiatic Turkey, 1907.
Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Egypt, Gallipoli, and Hedjaz, 1914-17; Capt., Warwickshire Yeomanry and General Staff; mentioned in despatches six times; D.S.O., 1917; C.I.E., 1917; Order of [p.188] St Anne, 3rd class, with swords (Russia)). F.R.G.S. M.P. for West Staffs., 1910-18; for Eastbourne Division of Sussex, 1924-5. Governor of Bombay, 1918-23.
G.C.I.E., 1918; P.C., 1924; G.C.S.I., 1924.
Created Baron Lloyd of Dolobran, 1925.
High Commissioner for Egypt and Sudan, 1925-8. Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1940-1. Leader of the House of Lords.
Died Feb. 4, 1941, in London.
Buried at St Ippolyts, Herts.
(Burke, P. and B.; The V.C. and D.S.O.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; I.C.S. Lists; Who's Who; The Times, Feb. 6, 1941.)
George Ambrose LLOYD
Approx. lifespan: 1879–1941
pens. Trinity College adm1898:06:25
3rd s. of Sampson Samuel LLOYD (1864), of the Priory Warwick, [ Warwickshire ] [and of Dolobran, Montgomeryshire
b. Olton Hall, Olton, Warwickshire 1879:[09:19]
Sch: Eton
Matric 1898:10MT:
Rowing "blue" (Cox) 1899, 1900
Hon. Attaché to the British Embassy Constantinople, [ Turkey ] 1905
Special Commissioner to: : enquire into prospects of British trade Mesopotamia and E. Asiatic, Turkey 1907
served in the Great War: 1914-19
[ Egypt Gallipoli, [ Turkey ], and Hedjaz, [ Saudi Arabia ] 1914-17
Captain: Warws. Yeomanry and General Staff ; Mentioned in Despatches six times; DSO 1917
CIE 1917
Order of St Anne, 3rd class, with swords [ Russia ))
M.P. for: : West Staffordshire , 1910-18
for Eastbourne Division of Sussex 1924-25
Governor of: Bombay, [ India ] 1918-23
GCIE 1918
P.C.: 1924
GCSI 1924
Created Baron LLOYD of Dolobran 1925
High Commissioner for: : Egypt and Sudan 1925-28
Sec. of State: for the Colonies 1940-41
Leader of House of Lords
d. 1941:02:04 in London
bur. St Ippolyts, Hertfordshire
(Burke, P. and B.; The VC and DSO ; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; I.C.S. Lists; Who's Who; The Times 1941:02:06)