Born 1546 in the Llŷn peninsula, brother of John Lloyd, classical scholar (1558 - 1603). He entered Winchester in 1560, and went to New College, Oxford, where he was made probationary Fellow, 5 January 1562, and perpetual Fellow in 1564 - (B.A. 1566, B.C.L. 1570, and D.C.L. 1588). He became chancellor of Rochester, 1578, vicar of Charlbury, Oxfordshire, 1579, and was master of Winchester College from 1580 to 1587, being one of many Welshmen of the period who were masters in English schools. He became prebendary of S. Paul's, 12 November 1584, and rector of Islip, near Oxford, in 1588. He was the author of Phrases elegantiores ex Caesaris Commentariis, Cicerone, aliisque, in usum Scholae Winton (Oxford, 1654). He died 17 October 1601, and was buried in New College outer chapel.
Published date: 1959
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