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Birthplace: Christiansburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, United States
Death: Died in Hardee, Logan County, West Virginia, United States
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About George Rogers Clark Floyd

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Rogers_Clark_Floyd

George Rogers Clark Floyd (September 13, 1810 – May 7, 1895)[1] was a West Virginia politician and businessman. He served as the Secretary of Wisconsin Territory from 1843 to 1846, and served in the West Virginia House of Delegates from 1872 to 1873.

Biography

Family and early life

Floyd was born in Christiansburg, Virginia, son of former Virginia Governor John Floyd and Lelitia (Preston).[2] Floyd was the brother of Virginia Governor John B. Floyd. He married Ellen Mead and they had eight children, of which were:

  • John B. Floyd (November 13, 1854 – April 15, 1935) represented Logan County, West Virginia in the West Virginia House of Delegates in 1881, and the West Virginia Senate 1883-1885, and again in the House of Delegates in 1893.[3]

Career

President John Tyler appointed Floyd as Secretary of the Wisconsin Territory on October 30, 1843, and served in this capacity until February 24, 1846, when a successor was appointed.[4][5] He continued to live in Dane County, Wisconsin and served as colonel of the Dane County militia from 1846 to 1847.[4]

He returned to Wythe County, Virginia where he became a farmer.[4] He operated a coal and salt property in Warfield, Kentucky, but the business did not do well. Augustus C. Dodge, of Iowa brought forward a joint resolution in the United States Senate on July 12, 1852 for the "relief of George R. C. Floyd, late Secretary of Wisconsin Territory, and sureties..." It was referred to the Committee on Finance.[6] It passed the Senate, for on July 27, 1852 it was presented to the United States House of Representatives.[7]

He sold his property to his brother John B. Floyd on March 3, 1857 and moved to Logan County, West Virginia to look after some mineral and timber property he had an interest in.[4][8] In 1873, he was elected as a delegate to the West Virginia House of Delegates, serving in the 1872 and 1873 sessions.[4]

Notes

  • 1. 'The New York Freeman's Journal and Catholic Register', June 8, 1895, obituary of George Rogers Clark Floyd
  • 2. Ambler, Charles Henry The Life and Diary of John Floyd page 81
  • 3. Dorman, 294
  • 4. Dorman, 292-293
  • 5. History of Wisconsin - Chapter 2 - Wisconsin as a Territory
  • 6. "A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774-1875". American Memory. Retrieved 2006-09-14.
  • 7. "A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774-1875". American Memory. Retrieved 2006-09-14.
  • 8. For sale of property "CS General John B. Floyd and the Warfield Saltworks". Retrieved 2006-09-14.

References

Dorman, John Frederick (1982). The Prestons of Smithfield and Greenfield in Virginia. Louisville, Kentucky: The Filson Club. ISBN 0-9601072-1-5.

Information about George Rogers Clark Floyd, Rootsweb, Ancestry.com

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Source:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=stevensp&id=I00884

Alex Luken kindly sent me this:

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wv/raleigh/news/1830-40.txt

"FLOYD FAMILY - This family, while none permanently resided in Raleigh, was early identified with this region. Dr. John Floyd lived in Wythe County,Va. (now Pulaski) between Newburn and Draper's Valley. He was a member of Congress several terms and in 1831 became governor. For many years he maintained a hunting camp on Soak Creek, a short distance west of Sophia, on what later became the McGinnis farm. This farm was designated on the early land books as being located at "Floyd's Camp." The small stream on which the camp was located is known as "Governor's Camp Branch" and the spring nearby was known as "Governor's Spring." His sons, John B., Rush, and George, would accompany him on his hunting trips.

John B., about 1835, established a store at the residence of Conrad Riffe, on the Owlsburg farm in the Marshes. This store was managed by Lucien B. Davis and the main business was exchanging goods for ginsang and peltry. The store prospered and was continued until the latter 40's. John B. also bought cattle in this section for his Burke's Garden Farm in Tazewell County. John B. Floyd became governor in 1850, was secretary of war in President Buchanan's cabinet and a brigadier general of the Confederacy.

Major (G.) R. C. Floyd spent a great deal of his time in his young days in Raleigh County. He was an intelligent man but did not have his brother John's thrifty habits. He was celebrated for his brilliant conversational powers. He finally settled in Logan County (now Mingo), where he lived until his death at an advanced age."

Also from Alex: some notes which probably pertain to this George R. C. Floyd:

"WARFIELD KY: First Martin County seat, 1870. Established about 1850 as a coal, salt and lumber community by George Rogers Clark Floyd and John Warfield of Va. Products shipped by river boats to Cattlettsburg. Floyd was son of one Governor of Virginia, brother of another. Coal mines used thru Civil War as hiding place against marauding by enemy...."

Another source, John Frederick Dorman, "The Prestons...," Filson Club, 1982, notes that Maj. Floyd moved to Wisconsin where he was appointed by President Tyler in 1843 the Secretary of the Territory, an office he held for three years (see also the memoir under John Warfield Johnston about this Wisconsin period...) He had his seat in Madison.

And Alex adds: ".... in the University of West Virginia library, there is a manuscript entitled "George Rogers Clark Floyd of Logan Co. WV" .... in the Charles H. Ambler Papers.

"George Rogers Clark Floyd purchased saltworks and ironworks in Logan Co. around 1853, and moved his family there then. The Burkes Garden estate was sold to Anthony Lawson, who in turn sold GRCF 64,000 acres in Logan Co. around 1857.

"Both John B. Floyd (the son of GRCF) and his nephew George Rogers Clark Wiles were active in Democratic politics in Logan Co. GRC Floyd was a mentor of Henry D. Hatfield, and John B. Floyd was a close ally of Devil Anse Hatfield. There apparently is a profile of John B. Floyd in "Prominent Men of West Virginia" by George W. Atkinson and Alvaro F. Gibbens. John B. Floyd attended Rock Hill College in Maryland and the University of Virginia Law School. He was a legislative representative from Logan Co. in 1881 and a state senator in 1883."

And this sent kindly from his descendants Tonda Wiles Koszycki and Erin Wiles O'Connell, who are sisters doing family research:

From "New York Freeman's Journal and Catholic Register," June 8, 1895: "Col. G. R. C. Floyd died at Logan, W. Va., May 7, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. S. P. Kelly. Col. George Rogers Clarke Floyd was the fourth son of Gov. John Floyd, and was born in Montgomery County, Va., Sept. 13, 1810. In 1845 he was appointed by President Polk as Secretary of State for the Territory of Wisconsin, which position he held until the admission of Wisconsin as a State in 1848. Some time during the fifties he moved to Logan County, W. Va., where he resided ever since. He served as a Confederate soldier during the war, and was a member of the West Virginia Legislature in 1872-1873. He leaves three sons-- Hon. John B. Floyd of Charleston, W. P. Floyd and B. Rush Floyd of Logan County, and four daughters--Mrs. S. P. Kelly, Mrs. Thomas Wiles, and Misses Sallie and Letitia Floyd. Col. Floyd was a devoted Catholic."

The 1870 census, courtesy of Alex Luken:

  • Hardy Township, Logan Co. WV
  • 116/116 George Floyd, 59, M Farmer, $25,000
  • Rush Floyd, 23, M
  • John B. Floyd, 14, M
  • Sally B. Floyd, 12, F
  • Ellen N. Floyd, 10, F
  • Luticia B. Floyd, 8, F
  • Nickati B. Floyd, 6, F
  • William P. Floyd, 4, M
  • George K. Floyd, 14, M

A lot of time has gone into searching various census and other data to capture his "extended" family. George Rogers Clark Floyd is thought to have had some nine children by three partners over several years. Many carry the older Floyd names, for example, see just above, Letitia, Nicketti and William P., for three. But note GRC's brother William Preston Floyd and his children in this same 1870 census and how much the same they are! I think a number of them are duplicated in the same annual census. See William Preston Floyd's notes for more.

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From Descendants of John Floyd

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/e/Pat-M-Stevens-iv/GENE6-0036.html

84. MAJOR GEORGE ROGERS CLARK7 FLOYD (JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, CHARLES2, JOHN1) [948]

  • was born 13 September 1810 in Christianburg, Montgomery Co., VA [949],[950], and
  • died 07 May 1895 in his daughter's (Mrs. Kelly) residence, Hardee, Logan Co., WV [951],[952].
  • He met (1) EMILY P. SHANNON [953],[954],[955] Abt. 1846.
    • She was born 1814 in Tazewell Co., VA.
  • He met (2) CAUSBIA ELLEN BURRESS [956] Abt. 1849,
    • daughter of THOMAS BURRESS and POLLY. She was born 1822 in Burke's Garden, Tazewell Co., VA [957],[958],[959], and
    • died 1890 [960].
  • He married (3) ELLEN MEADE 10 June 1865 in Ashe Co., NC,
    • daughter of WILLIAM MEADE and JANE RUTHERFORD. She was born Abt. 1835, and
    • died January 1867.

Notes for MAJOR GEORGE ROGERS CLARK FLOYD:

Alex Luken kindly sent me this: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wv/raleigh/news/1830-40.txt

"FLOYD FAMILY - This family, while none permanently resided in Raleigh, was early identified with this region. Dr. John Floyd lived in Wythe County,Va. (now Pulaski) between Newburn and Draper's Valley. He was a member of Congress several terms and in 1831 became governor. For many years he maintained a hunting camp on Soak Creek, a short distance west of Sophia, on what later became the McGinnis farm. This farm was designated on the early land books as being located at "Floyd's Camp." The small stream on which the camp was located is known as "Governor's Camp Branch" and the spring nearby was known as "Governor's Spring." His sons, John B., Rush, and George, would accompany him on his hunting trips. John B., about 1835, established a store at the residence of Conrad Riffe, on the Owlsburg farm in the Marshes. This store was managed by Lucien B. Davis and the main business was exchanging goods for ginsang and peltry. The store prospered and was continued until the latter 40's. John B. also bought cattle in this section for his Burke's Garden Farm in Tazewell County. John B. Floyd became governor in 1850, was secretary of war in President Buchanan's cabinet and a brigadier general of the Confederacy. Major (G.) R. C. Floyd spent a great deal of his time in his young days in Raleigh County. He was an intelligent man but did not have his brother John's thrifty habits. He was celebrated for his brilliant conversational powers. He finally settled in Logan County (now Mingo), where he lived until his death at an advanced age."

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Also from Alex: some notes which probably pertain to this George R. C. Floyd:

"WARFIELD KY: First Martin County seat, 1870. Established about 1850 as a coal, salt and lumber community by George Rogers Clark Floyd and John Warfield of Va. Products shipped by river boats to Cattlettsburg. Floyd was son of one Governor of Virginia, brother of another. Coal mines used thru Civil War as hiding place against marauding by enemy...."

Another source, John Frederick Dorman, "The Prestons...," Filson Club, 1982, notes that Maj. Floyd moved to Wisconsin where he was appointed by President Tyler in 1843 the Secretary of the Territory, an office he held for three years (see also the memoir under John Warfield Johnston about this Wisconsin period...) He had his seat in Madison.

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And Alex adds: ".... in the University of West Virginia library, there is a manuscript entitled "George Rogers Clark Floyd of Logan Co. WV" .... in the Charles H. Ambler Papers.

"George Rogers Clark Floyd purchased saltworks and ironworks in Logan Co. around 1853, and moved his family there then. The Burkes Garden estate was sold to Anthony Lawson, who in turn sold GRCF 64,000 acres in Logan Co. around 1857.

"Both John B. Floyd (the son of GRCF) and his nephew George Rogers Clark Wiles were active in Democratic politics in Logan Co. GRC Floyd was a mentor of Henry D. Hatfield, and John B. Floyd was a close ally of Devil Anse Hatfield. There apparently is a profile of John B. Floyd in "Prominent Men of West Virginia" by George W. Atkinson and Alvaro F. Gibbens. John B. Floyd attended Rock Hill College in Maryland and the University of Virginia Law School. He was a legislative representative from Logan Co. in 1881 and a state senator in 1883."

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And this sent kindly from his descendants Tonda Wiles Koszycki <Tkoszycki@aol.com> and Erin Wiles O'Connell, <oconnowil@aol.com> who are sisters doing family research:

From "New York Freeman's Journal and Catholic Register," June 8, 1895: "Col. G. R. C. Floyd died at Logan, W. Va., May 7, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. S. P. Kelly. Col. George Rogers Clarke Floyd was the fourth son of Gov. John Floyd, and was born in Montgomery County, Va., Sept. 13, 1810. In 1845 he was appointed by President Polk as Secretary of State for the Territory of Wisconsin, which position he held until the admission of Wisconsin as a State in 1848. Some time during the fifties he moved to Logan County, W. Va., where he resided ever since. He served as a Confederate soldier during the war, and was a member of the West Virginia Legislature in 1872-1873. He leaves three sons-- Hon. John B. Floyd of Charleston, W. P. Floyd and B. Rush Floyd of Logan County, and four daughters--Mrs. S. P. Kelly, Mrs. Thomas Wiles, and Misses Sallie and Letitia Floyd. Col. Floyd was a devoted Catholic."

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The 1870 census, courtesy of Alex Luken:

Hardy Township, Logan Co. WV

  • 116/116 George Floyd, 59, M Farmer, $25,000
    • Rush Floyd, 23, M
    • John B. Floyd, 14, M
    • Sally B. Floyd, 12, F
    • Ellen N. Floyd, 10, F
    • Luticia B. Floyd, 8, F
    • Nickati B. Floyd, 6, F
    • William P. Floyd, 4, M
    • George K. Floyd, 14, M

A lot of time has gone into searching various census and other data to capture his "extended" family. George Rogers Clark Floyd is thought to have had some nine children by three partners over several years. Many carry the older Floyd names, for example, see just above, Letitia, Nicketti and William P., for three. But note GRC's brother William Preston Floyd and his children in this same 1870 census and how much the same they are! I think a number of them are duplicated in the same annual census. See William Preston Floyd's notes for more.

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Notes for CAUSBIA ELLEN BURRESS:

George R. C. Floyd is reported to have had a daughter by Causbia... I do not think they were wed as there seems to be no record anyone has found.... perhaps we will learn more. Alex adds, December 5, 2002, sensibly: "I would think it more proper that the exact nature of the relationship between Causbia Burress and George Rogers Clark Floyd is not known. However, Mary Columbia Wiles is mentioned in GRCF's obituary, and her children are publicly acknowledged as grandchildren of GRCF."

There is a record in Cartlidge's work noting GRC Floyd and Eleanor Meade were married in 1865 in NC. Clearly he had children before that, however.

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In the US census for Tazewell County, 1850, Western District 62, Household 569 are:

  • Thos Burress, Male 72;
  • Polly, Female 59;
  • Jas, Male 13? 23? 33?;
  • Cosby, 25.

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In the 1880 census Cosby is reported as "midwife."

In February, 2003, Erin O'Connell, <Oconnowil@aol.com> writes Alex Luken: " Alex, Tonda recently sent me the page of Pat's genealogy that includes some notes (some yours) about Causbia. It is interesting to say the least. You might like to know that I have just received an official copy of Mary Columbia Floyd Wiles (as it is written) death cert. It has her parents as whom we said-- Causbia Ellen Burress and Geo. R.C. Floyd. Wonder if they were ever married, doesn't look like it." Alex replies:

"Hi Erin-- Thanks for the update. GRCF himself is an enigma. According to Anna Cartlidge's collection of Floyd marriages that is the basis for Damon Floyd's collection of Floyd marriages, he didn't marry Ellen Meade until 1865 in NC. If this is correct, it is well after many of their children were born...." (ed.: and it seems that it was shortly before her death in 1867....)

Tonda Koszycki, Erin's sister, wrote: "Hi Alex, I received new information about Cozbia Burris (2nd "wife" of GRC Floyd). Causby's grave is located in the Collins Creek cemetery, Warfield, Martin Co., Ky. Warfield is across the river from W.Va. Her grave is inscribed, 1822-1890. I received this info from Herb Dawson, president of the genealogical society in Crum, W.Va. He interviewed Ruth Wiles a few years ago and inventoried our family (Wiles) cemetery (my parents still own an interest). No GRC Floyd grave yet! Also, when I was searching Warfield, Ky., I found a Nickotie Spaulding who married a Hale. I seem to remember reading somewhere that GRC Floyd had something going on in Kentucky in 1850 (the year Columbia was born). But, Columbia was not born in Ky..."

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More About CAUSBIA ELLEN BURRESS:

Burial: Collins Creek Cemetery, Warfield, Martin Co., KY [961]

Marriage Notes for GEORGE FLOYD and CAUSBIA BURRESS:

  • There is no record of a marriage that has been located.

Notes for ELLEN MEADE:

This Ellen is Eleanor, his earlier partner whom he married in 1865 before the last birth of William Preston Floyd.Kathy Baker in Dec 2008 wrote (see George Kirk also) "Elanore and Ellen Mead are the same person. Ellen and GRC Floyd did not have a son named George, this was George Kirk a cousin"

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At this site, courtesy of Lisa Wilson, is the information that Ellen Meade was the daughter as shown:

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Oracle/1422/Meed.html

  • 1 William Bingham Meade, Sr 1762 - 1841 b: August 22, 1762 in Frederick Co. Va . +Mildred Ester Davis b: in Cable Co. Va .
    • ..2 John Meade .
    • ..2 Margaret Meade .
    • ..2 Frances Meade .
    • ..2 Anna Meade .
    • ..2 Elizabeth Meade 1789 - b: October 04, 1789 .... +Isaac Brewer 1789 - Father: Mother: b: July 20, 1789 ..2 Samuel Meade 1791 - b: 1791 .
    • ..2 William B. Jr Meade 1798 - 1902 b: April 25, 1798 .... +Jane Ellen Rutherford 1802 - Father: Reuben Rutherford Mother: Priscilla Statten b: March 08, 1802 in Pike Co. Ky
      • .... 3 Mary Polly Meade 1820-1840 - b: 1820-1840 ....... +John Field Father: Mother:
      • .... 3 Reuben Meade 1820-1840 - b: 1820-1840 ....... +Miss Rose Father: Mother:
      • .... 3 James A. Meade 1827 - b: 1827 ....... +Miss Lowe Father: Mother:
      • .... 3 Priscilla Meade 1828 - b: 1828 ....... +Miram Rose Lewis ? Father: Mother:
      • .... 3 Lydia Meade 1832 - b: 1832 ....... +Silas Damron Father: Mother:
      • .... 3 John Meade Abt. 1833 - b: Abt. 1833 in Logan Co. WV ....... +Chloe Dingess Abt. 1834 - Father: Wm Dingess Mother: Susan b: Abt. 1834 in Lawrence Co Ky
      • .... 3 Ellen Meade 1835 - b: 1835 ....... +GRC Floyd Father: Sen. Floyd Mother:
      • .... 3 Pyrahus Meade 1837 - b: 1837 ....... +Miss Messer Father: Mother:
      • .... 3 Lewis Meade 1839 - b: May 06, 1839 in Jennings,Indiana +Evaline Spalding Abt. 1837 - Father: Spalding Mother: P. Unknown b: Abt. 1837 in Wayne Co Va

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Marriage Notes for GEORGE FLOYD and ELLEN MEADE:

Anna Cartlidge gives their marriage as 1865 in North Carolina. Obviously this was after the children arrived, and might be an error?

Later, M. Rolaine Baisden, <sistou2@iwon.com> wrote that they were married 6 Oct. 1865 in Ashe Co. No. Carolina. The children were presumably born out of wedlock.

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Child of GEORGE FLOYD and EMILY SHANNON is:

  • 1. 163. i. BENJAMIN RUSH8 FLOYD,
    • b. 1845, Mingo Co., WV;
    • d. 1919.

Children of GEORGE FLOYD and CAUSBIA BURRESS are:

  • 1. 164. ii. MARY COLUMBIA8 FLOYD,
    • b. 31 January 1850, Burke's Garden, Tazewell Co., VA;
    • d. 15 October 1938, Boulder, CO.
  • 2. iii. GEORGE ROGERS CLARK FLOYD [962],
    • b. Abt. 1852;
    • d. his youth soon after his birth [963].

Children of GEORGE FLOYD and ELLEN MEADE are:

  • 1. iv. GEORGE8 KIRK [964],
    • b. 1855; Adopted child.
    • Notes for GEORGE KIRK: George is not listed in the 1880 Logan Co., census of the GRC Floyd home. He is in the 1870 census but the family said he is not a son, but a George Kirk? .... a cousin, perhaps. (Courtesy of Tonda Koszycki, <Tkoszycki@aol.com>, Feb. 28, 2003
      • In Dec 2008 I have this: Kathy Baker, <dkb1@localnet.com> posted at my site
        • "Elanore and Ellen Mead are the same person. Ellen and GRC Floyd did not have a son named George, this was George Kirk a cousin."
  • 2. 165. v. JOHN B. FLOYD,
    • b. 13 November 1855, Warfield, Logan Co., WV;
    • d. 15 April 1935, Charleston, WV.
  • 3. vi. SALLY BUCHANAN FLOYD [964],[965],
    • b. October 1858;
    • d. Aft. 1920, probably Huntington, Cabell Co., W Va [966].
      • Notes for SALLY BUCHANAN FLOYD: By 1900 she was single and living in the Stafford HH. Albert Stafford and Louenda Stafford, a Meade originally and related to GRC Floyd's wife Ellen. ThusLetitia, Sallie and William Preston Floyd are cousins through their mother to the Staffords.
      • 1900 Harvey, Mingo Co. WV
        • Albert Stafford 8/1873 Farmer
        • Louenda Stafford 6/1875
        • Sylvester Stafford 9/1892
        • Columbia Stafford 4/1894
        • Nora Stafford 2/1896
        • Corda Stafford 10/1898
      • Cousins, all single, are also part of the Albert Stafford household in 1900
        • Loutitia Preston Floyd 3/1863 b. VA father b. VA mother b. IN
        • Sallie B. Floyd 10/1858 b. WV
        • William Preston Floyd 7/1865 b. VA Lawyer
      • Alex Luken: If they are cousins to Albert and Louenda Stafford, it's because they are related through the Meades. Louenda's maiden name was Meade. Her father would have been Ellen Meade, GRC Floyd's wife's, brother. Either one or all three are the children of Ellen Meade?
  • 4. vii. ELLEN N. FLOYD [967],
    • b. 1860 [968];
    • d. her youth [968].
    • Notes for ELLEN N. FLOYD: Ellen is not in the GRC Floyd home at the 1880 Logan Co. census.
  • 5. viii. LAETITIA PRESTON FLOYD [969],[970],
    • b. March 1863.
      • Notes for LAETITIA PRESTON FLOYD: By 1900 she was single and living in the Stafford HH. Albert Stafford and Louenda Stafford, a Meade originally and related to GRC Floyd's wife Ellen. ThusLetitia, Sallie and William Preston Floyd are cousins through their mother to the Staffords.
        • 1900 Harvey, Mingo Co. WV
          • Albert Stafford 8/1873 Farmer
          • Louenda Stafford 6/1875
          • Sylvester Stafford 9/1892
          • Columbia Stafford 4/1894
          • Nora Stafford 2/1896
          • Corda Stafford 10/1898
        • Cousins, all single, are also part of the Albert Stafford household in 1900
          • Loutitia Preston Floyd 3/1863 b. VA father b. VA mother b. IN
          • Sallie B. Floyd 10/1858 b. WV
          • William Preston Floyd 7/1865 b. VA Lawyer
        • Alex Luken: If they are cousins to Albert and Louenda Stafford, it's because they are related through the Meades. Louenda's maiden name was Meade. Her father would have been Ellen Meade, GRC Floyd's wife's, brother. Either one or all three are the children of Ellen Meade?
  • 6. 166. ix. NICKETTI BUCHANAN FLOYD,
    • b. April 1864, Logan Co., WV;
    • d. Aft. 1938, Washington, DC ?.
  • 7. 167. x. WILLIAM PRESTON FLOYD, SR.,
    • b. 24 July 1865, Grayson Co., WV;
    • d. 14 April 1950, Huntington, WV.
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Col. George Rogers Clark Floyd's Timeline

1810
December 13, 1810
Christiansburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, United States
1845
1845
Age 34
Logan County (Present Mingo County), Virginia (Present West Virginia), United States
1850
January 31, 1850
Age 39
Burke's Garden, Tazewell County, Virginia, United States
1852
1852
Age 41
Burke's Garden, Tazewell County, Virginia, United States
1854
November 13, 1854
Age 43
Warfield, Logan County, Virginia (Present West Virginia), United States
1855
1855
Age 44
Logan County, Virginia (Present West Virginia), United States
1858
October, 1858
Age 47
Logan County, Virginia (Present West Virginia), United States
1860
1860
Age 49
Logan County, Virginia (Present West Virginia), United States
1863
March, 1863
Age 52
Logan County, West Virginia, United States
1864
April, 1864
Age 53
Logan County, West Virginia, United States