LLOYD, Philip (d.1735), of Grosvenor St., Westminster, and Bardwin, Northumb.

Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1715-1754, ed. R. Sedgwick, 1970
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5 Feb. 1723 - 1727
1727 - 6 Feb. 1730
22 Jan. 1732 - 1734
1734 - 18 Mar. 1735

Family and Education

m. Catherine.1

Offices Held

Capt. Col. Lucas’s Ft. 1715, 7 Drags. 1726, half-pay 1729; equerry to George II 1730-d.


Connected with Philip, Duke of Wharton, Lloyd was probably the man of that name present at the drinking bout between Sir Christopher Musgrave and Wharton in 1723.2 In that year he was put up by Wharton for Saltash, where he was successful after lavish entertainments, the bills for which were never paid.