According to the Internet source given below, Albert Lancaster Lloyd, usually known as A. L. Lloyd or Bert Lloyd, was an English folk singer and collector of folk songs born in Wandsworth, London, England.
When aged 15 he was sent as an assisted migrant to Australia where , he worked on various sheep stations in New South Wales from 1924 to 1930. Besides British and Australian he was interested in Spanish Latin American, Southeastern European music. In 1937 he signed on board the factory whaling ship the Southern Empress bound for the southern whaling grounds of the Antarctic.
Lloyd was a mainstay folk music revival of the 1950s and 1960s.
He died in Greenwich
||Biography by wikipedia.org.