Arthur Thomas Lloyd (13 December 1844 – 29 May 1907) was an Anglican bishop.
Lloyd was educated at Magdalen School and St Edmund Hall, Oxford. Ordained in 1869, his first post was as a curate at Cholsey from where he moved to become vicar of Aylesbury. After some time as the vicar of Newcastle upon Tyne and Provost of Newcastle Cathedral, he was appointed to be the first modern suffragan Bishop of Thetford (with the additional position of Archdeacon of Lynn ) in 1894. In 1903 he was translated (he was nominated on 11 May and installed on 4 June) to become the Bishop of Newcastle but died four years later.
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