In 1786 Wilson mentions that Lloydsborough was the seat of Mr. Carden. This house was the seat of the Lloyd family in the 19th century. In 1814 Henry Lloyd was resident and in 1837 John Lloyd was the occupant. Griffith's Valuation records John as holder of the property in fee and the buildings were valued at £44+. Lloydsborough was still in the possession of a branch of the Lloyd family in the early 20th century. Still extant and occupied, Lloydsborough was offered for sale in 2014.