The Times/1927/Obituary/Lloyd Charles Sanders

Mr. Lloyd Sanders.

Mr. Lloyd Charles Sanders, who died at Bournemouth on Tuesday at the age of 70, was known as a skilful biographer with a special knowledge of the 18th and 19th centuries. The eldest son of the Rev. Lloyd Sanders, rector of Whimple, Devon, he was an exhibitioner of Christ Church, Oxford, and took a second class in moderations and a first in modern history, and the Standhope historical essay prize in 1880. Mr. Sanders edited a work entitled "Celebrities of the Century" in 1887, and this was followed by Lives of Palmerston (1888) and R. B. Sheridan (1890). With Sir Sidney Low he edited in 1907 a history of England from 1837 to 1901, and in 1908 he published "The Holland House Circle," and in 1910 "Old Kew, Chiswick, and Kensington." His latest work was an exhaustive study of Bubb Doddington, Lord Melcombe, which he called "Patron and Place-Hunter."

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