We remember Gerald Braithwaite Lloyd

We remember Gerald Braithwaite Lloyd

Timeline

Timeline

1885
birth Edgbaston, Warwickshire United Kingdom Source:8589901 Source:8589893 20th October 1885
1889
sibling Alan Lloyd Source:8589893 1889
1891
location Cofton Richards Farm, Cofton Common, Upper and Lower Bentley, Worcestershire United Kingdom parents address Source:8589893 1891
1891
dates Age 5 Source:8589893 1891
1898
sibling Joan Mary Gertrude Lloyd Source:8589898 1898
1901
location Reading St Giles, Berkshire United Kingdom school/college address Source:8589895 1901
1901
dates Age 15 Source:8589895 1901
1911
dates Age 25 Source:8589898 1911
1911
employment Wrought Iron Tube Manufacturer Source:8589898 1911
1911
location Edgbaston Grove, Church Road, Edgbaston, Worcestershire United Kingdom parents address Source:8589898 1911
1915
marriage Nancy Bidlake Keep Source:8589901 12th January 1915
1916
children Honor Joan Lloyd Source:8589901 5th March 1916
1918
children Philip Gerald Lloyd Source:8589901 12th September 1918
employment Warehouse manager Messrs Stewart and Lloyd ENGLAND United Kingdom Source:8459837
1969
death Bournemouth, Dorset United Kingdom Source:8589901 8th January 1969
children Beryl Allen Lloyd Source:8589901
location Yewdale, Harborn Park Road Harborn, Birmingham County Borough, WARWICKSHIRE, ENGLAND United Kingdom Source:8459837

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Gerald Braithwaite
Initials GB
Last Name Lloyd
Source 8589896
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
Cofton Richards Farm, Cofton Common, Upper and Lower Bentley, Worcestershire United Kingdom parents address known 1891
Edgbaston Grove, Church Road, Edgbaston, Worcestershire United Kingdom parents address known 1911
Reading St Giles, Berkshire United Kingdom school/college address known 1901
Yewdale, Harborn Park Road Harborn, Birmingham County Borough, WARWICKSHIRE, ENGLAND United Kingdom
Contribution

Conscientious Objector

Objection

Motivation: FOR (Birmingham); Quaker (George Road, Birmingham PM)
Reason: alternativist
Source:

TypeDetailsLocationSource
War Service WNI (Work of National Importance) - left his work in engineering when his firm began to make munitions and worked for YMCA - stationed at Oswestry Details of Court Martial: WNI (Work of National Importance) - full time YMCA worker
Military Service Tribunal MST (Military Service Tribunal) Aug.1916 - claimed AE (Absolute Exemption) - granted ECS (Exemption from Combatant Service) provided he continue to work for YMCA
Family
Children
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Honor Joan Lloyd daughter 5th March 1916
Philip Gerald Lloyd son 12th September 1918
Beryl Allen Lloyd daughter
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Gertrude Eliza Lloyd mother
John Henry father
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Alan Lloyd brother 1889
Joan Mary Gertrude Lloyd sister 1898
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Nancy Bidlake Keep wife 12th January 1915
Religion
DateReligionSource
Quaker

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Official Records

TitleConnected byMore information
The Pearce Register of British WW1 Conscientious Objectors
1891 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription Charlotte33
1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription Charlotte33
England & Wales births 1837-2006 Transcription Charlotte33
1911 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription Charlotte33
England & Wales marriages 1837-2008 Transcription Charlotte33

External Evidence

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The Descendants of Richard Bass, who died in 1715 Charlotte33
Quote from Library of Birmingham exhibition Charlotte33

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