James Lloyd (Massachusetts)


James Lloyd (Massachusetts)

Infobox Senator
name =James Lloyd


imagesize =177px
jr/sr =United States Senator
state =Massachusetts
term_start =June 9, 1808
term_end =May 1, 1813 (Class 1)
June 5, 1822May 23, 1826 (Class 2)
preceded =John Quincy Adams (Class 1)
Harrison Gray Otis (Class 2)
succeeded =Christopher Gore (Class 1)
Nathaniel Silsbee (Class 2)
birth_date =December 1769
birth_place =Boston, Massachusetts
death_date =April 5, 1831
death_place =New York City, New York
nationality =
party =Federalist
otherparty =
spouse =
relations =
children =
residence =
alma_mater =Harvard University
occupation =Merchant
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net worth =
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James Lloyd (December, 1769–April 5, 1831) was a Federalist United States Senator from Massachusetts during the early years of the United States.

Born in Suffolk County, Lloyd attended Boston Latin School and Harvard College, graduating in 1787. A merchant by trade, he was a Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1800–01 and served in the Massachusetts Senate in 1804. In 1808, upon the resignation of Senator John Quincy Adams, he was elected to the US Senate, serving until his resignation on May 1, 1813. Upon the resignation of Senator Harrison Gray Otis in 1822, he was again elected and reelected, serving until his resignation on May 23, 1826. He died in New York City and is buried in King's Chapel Burying Ground in Boston.

On February 28, 1812, Mr. Lloyd gave a speech in the Senate of the United States on the Bill "Concerning the Naval Establishment".

References

* [http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=L000378 US Congress Biographical Directory]
* [http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/lloyd.html Political Graveyard]


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