The Lloyd family of Birmingham was a prominent Quaker family who migrated in the seventeenth century to Birmingham, England, from Dolobran Hall near Meifod, Powys, Wales. The family were involved in manufacturing and in the establishment of Lloyds Bank. The principal residence of the senior branch of the Birmingham family was Farm, Bordesley.
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