Lloyd, William Freeman
b Uley, nr Dursley, Glos 1791, d Stanley Hall, Kings Stanley, nr Stroud, Glos 1853. He was employed as a teacher in Oxford, then in London, before becoming a Secretary of the (National) Sunday School Union in 1810. His work then involved the preparation of a wide range of teaching and training material, including the Sunday School Teachers’ Magazine which he founded and edited, the Child’s Companion, the Weekly Visitor and several books. He supported the Religious Tract Soc from 1816 and was at one time (certainly in 1824) one of its officials; his verse was published as Thoughts in Rhyme, 1853. No.765.