Lloyds of Baynham - Known Bonesetters

A bonesetter is a practitioner of joint manipulation. Before the advent of chiropractors, osteopaths and physical therapists, bonesetters were the main providers of this type of treatment.[1] Bonesetters would also reduce joint dislocations and 're-set' bone fractures.

The original spinal adjustment was a variation of a procedure known today as spinal manipulation. This form of treatment has documented use as far back as Hippocrates, the ancient Egyptians and Asian cultures and was carried through the ages by families of bonesetters.

 
LLOYD, Hugh, 1770 - 1856
LLOYD, Hugh, 1823 -
LLOYD, Thomas, 1842 - 1900
LLOYD, Evan, 1852 - 1912
LLOYD, Sarah Rosa, 1877 - 1929
LLOYD, Thomas, 1850 - 1930
LLOYD, William, 1855 - 1931
LLOYD, James Thomas (Tom), 1866 - 1934
DREW, Edmund Danzey, 1866 - 1934
LLOYD, Margaret, 1868 - 1948
BYWATER, Caleb James, 1902 - 1950
LLOYD, Hugh Caleb, 1865 - 1953
DREW, Edmund, 1907 - 1991
BYWATER, Ruth, 1936 - 2006
 
LLOYD, Dr Evan Thomas 1887 - 1958 (Orthopaedic Surgeon)
LLOYD, Stephen Gareth, 1953 (Chiropractor)
POWELL, Rebecca Baden (Physiotherapist)