C. F. Lloyd

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Charles Francis Lloyd was a pipe organ builder based in Nottingham who flourished between 1909 and 1928.[1]

Background[edit]

Charles Francis Lloyd was the son of Charles Lloyd who had established an organ building business in Nottingham in 1859.

In 1909, Charles Francis Lloyd took over the business after the death of his father, and the business continued until 1928 with no change to the name. In 1928 the business was bought by Roger Yates.

Charles Francis Lloyd was also the organist of St. Ann's Church, Nottingham.[2]

Company names and addresses[edit]

  • Lloyd and Valentine 1859 - 1860, Bilbie Street, Nottingham
  • Lloyd and Dudgeon 1862 - 1876, 52A Union Road, Nottingham
  • C. Lloyd & Co 1876 - 1896, 52A Union Road, Nottingham
  • C. Lloyd & Co 1896 - 1928, 79 Brighton Street, St Ann’s, Nottingham

References[edit]

  1. ^ Memories of Organs, Organ Builders and Organists of Nottingham. F. T. Hodgkinson
  2. ^ Pipes and Actions, Laurence Elvin. 1995