Lloyd, David

Lloyd, David,

c.1656–1731, political leader in colonial Pennsylvania, b. Wales. Having been commissioned attorney general of Pennsylvania by William Penn, Lloyd arrived in Philadelphia in 1686. He later became a member of the provincial assembly, acting as its speaker and serving in the provincial council on several occasions. After 1703, Lloyd assumed the leadership of the antiproprietary party and was in constant sharp conflict with James LoganLogan, James,
1674–1751, American colonial statesman and scholar, b. Ireland. While engaged in the shipping trade, Logan met William Penn and became (1699) his secretary. He emigrated to Philadelphia with Penn and remained his confidential adviser for many years.
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. He served as chief justice of Pennsylvania from 1717 until his death.
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Lloyd, David Lloyd Cathays, Cardiff Drawing inspiration for a new career EVEN at an age when THAT telegram from Her Majesty is not all that far away I am seriously considering training - if it needs any - to be what passes today for an architect, if that monstrosity proposed in Westgate Street is anything to go by.
The idea was for young carers to tell AMs Helen Mary Jones, Dai Lloyd, David Rees and Jayne Bryant what support they get and what more can be done, as part of evidence for the health, social care and sport committee's report about the impact of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014.
The idea was for young carers to tell AMs Helen Mary Jones, Dai Lloyd, David Rees and Jayne Bryant what support they get and what more can be done as part of evidence for the health, social care and sport committee's report about the impact of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014.
The idea was for young carers to tell AMs Helen Mary Jones, Dai Lloyd, David Rees and Jayne Bryant what support they get and what more can be done as part of evidence being taken for the health, social care and sport committee's report about the impact of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014.
Results: Coventry & North Warwickshire 2nds 3 (Kev Hackleton, Chris Sewell 2) Melton 2nds 1, Northampton Saints 3rds 11 Coventry 3rds 1 (Andy Ball), Coventry 4ths 3 (Matthew Leatherdale, Michael White, David Sewell) Rugby & East Warwicks 6ths 1, Lichfield 2nds 1 Rugby 2nds 4 (Lee Marriott, Dave Odwell, Ali Jenkinson, Chris Hardin), Rugby 3rds 1 Alex Salter) Loughborough University 3rds 3, Sutton Coldfield 4ths 3 Rugby 4ths 3, Leek 5ths 5 Rugby 5ths 1 (Callum Mackay), Rugby 7ths 4 (Hibberd, Nicholson, Chorley, Ram) Melton Mowbray 0, Hampton 2nds 2 (Richard Ackroyd 2) Boots 2nd 4, Hampton 4ths 5 Khalsa 4ths 0, Hampton 5ths 3 (Phil Baker, David Lloyd, David Robinson) Worcester 8ths 1.
Recollections have already been lost as members have passed away in recent years and Chris Lloyd, David Jones and others are using the 50th anniversary of the founding of the OVMRT in 2015 as the impetus to write a book before more opportunities are lost.
Over the years, I've cheered on Angela Mortimer, Christine Trueman, Ann Jones, Sue Barker, Victoria Wade, Roger Taylor, John Lloyd, David Lloyd, Greg Rusedski and Tim Henman.
With the first of the touring dates already under his belt, the coming weeks promise plenty of time on the road for Tim and his troupe of four actors - Michael Geary, Sara Lloyd, David Osmond and Rebecca Smith-Williams.
He noted that although other members of the commentary team including Nasser Hussain, David Lloyd, David Gower and Mike Atherton had also criticised Pakistan cricket after the spot-fixing scandal, they had kept a balance in their assessments, instead of being biased.
Nick Lloyd, David Paice and Jason Hobson form an allnew front row and are joined by fellow rookies lock Nick Kennedy, flanker Will Skinner and wing Topsy Ojo.
So, trading as Tom Lloyd, David was well-known at local racetracks like Thornaby, Redcar and Sedgefield, and at the big national horse racing events at Ascot, Epsom, Doncaster and Aintree among others.
"I haven't been able to sleep for the past two nights because we have so many injuries,'" admits Jones who has Henson, Williams, Leigh Davies, Andy Lloyd, David Bishop and James Bater on the sidelines.