Hi, Paul! It's good to meet you.
I'm the coordinator of the Lloyd Name Study here on WikiTree. This doesn't make me any kind of expert on Lloyds, though; just someone who by dint of being a Lloyd has an interest in connecting with other Lloyds. I also wouldn't consider myself to be the Lloyd family tree co-ordinator, although I am the profile manager for a fair number of Lloyds on WikiTree.
You're very welcome to join the study by adding Category:Lloyd Name Study (surrounded by double square brackets) to each of your Lloyd profiles. Doing this will add your family's names to the Lloyd category page, which should help to put you in touch with other Lloyds around the world. You can also see a complete list of all Lloyds on WikiTree at http://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/Lloyd. There are, as of this moment, 3, 760 of us.
You will probably find that your best way to find your relatives is to continue your genealogy work. By collecting and sharing as much information as possible about your family, you will be providing as many opportunities as possible for others to recognize that someone on your tree is also on their tree. It's important, also, to provide detailed profiles, including specifics about location. I notice that you often give a town, but don't mention the country in the place names, which makes it more difficult for others to know if, for example, your Aunt Ethyl is their mother or grandmother.
My branch of the Lloyds has been in the Americas since the 1600s, so it's unlikely that we're close relatives, but it would be fun to discover a connection. I'd love to find out that I've got family in New Zealand.
Let me know if there's anything more I can do to help. ~Pamela