Edward Lloyd (Continental Congress)
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Edward Lloyd IV (December 15, 1744 – July 8, 1796) was an American planter from Talbot County, Maryland. He was a delegate to the Continental Congress for Maryland in 1783 and 1784. From 1771 to 1774, he was a member of the General Assembly and in the Maryland State House of Representatives in 1780. In 1771 Lloyd purchased the Chase–Lloyd House in Annapolis, Maryland from Samuel Chase, and in 1790 he built Wye House on the family plantation near Easton, Maryland. The property is now on the National Historic Landmarks.
|Born||December 15, 1744 |
|Died||July 8, 1796 (aged 51)|
- "To George Washington from Gustavus Scott, 16 June 1797". Founders Online. National Archives and Records Administration.
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