Richard Lloyd: Birth: 19 MAR 1716/17. Death: AFT 1778
Henry Hollyday: Birth: 9 MAR 1724/25.
Note: Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2 ISSUE page 335 [p.335] His tombstone also bears the HOLLYDAY arms. On 3d May, 1721, he m. Sarah (COVINGTON) LLOYD, the widow of Gov. Edward LLOYD of Wye House. She was the dau. of Nehemiah COVINGTON, by his wife, Rebecca DENWOOD of Somerset Co., Md. Mrs. Sarah HOLLYDAY lived at Readbourne until 1754, when she went to London, to visit her dau., Rebecca (LLOYD) ANDERSON. She d. there on 9th Apr. 1755, and her tombstone at West Ham Ch. Yard, Co. Essex, England, bears the following inscription: "Beneath this stone lieth buried the body of Mrs. Sarah HOLLYDAY, Late of the Province of Maryland, in America, from whence she came to London in the year 1754, and d. the Ninth day of April 1755, Aged 71 years. Though a stranger here, she was known, esteemed and respected in her native Country. She had been the wife of Edward LLOYD, formerly of the aforesaid Province, Esquire, and after his death, of James HOLLYDAY of same place, Gentleman, whom she also survived."
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