Lewis Lloyd (bishop)

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Daniel Lewis Lloyd (23 November 1843 – 4 August 1899) was a schoolteacher and cleric.

Born in Llanarth, Ceredigion, Wales, Lloyd was educated at Lampeter College School and Jesus College, Oxford. He was, successively, the headmaster at Dolgelley Grammar School (1867–1872), Friars School, Bangor (1872–1878) and Christ College, Brecon (1878–1890). He was then appointed Bishop of Bangor, (1890–1898), the first Welsh-speaking bishop there for over 200 years.

Lloyd died in Llanarth, Cardiganshire aged 55 and is buried in St David's churchyard, Llanarth. He had married Elizabeth Margaret Lewis, daughter of the Reverend D. Lewis of Trawsfynydd; they had three daughters.[1]

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Religious titles
Preceded by
James Colquhoun Campbell
Bishop of Bangor
1890–1899
Succeeded by
Watkin Williams