Born at Denbigh, and brother of Hugh Lloyd (1546 - 1601). All that is known of him can be read in D.N.B. He was at Winchester and New College, Oxford, was Fellow of New College 1579-96, received the college living of Writtle (Essex) in 1598; died in 1603, and was buried at Writtle. He published Josephus on the Maccabees (with a Latin translation) in 1590, and Barlaam's tract on the Papacy in 1592.
Published date: 1959
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