|81.||i.||JOHN GABRIEL MAUPIN7 FLOYD, b. 1807; d. 1868.|
|ii.||GEORGIANN M.7 FLOYD391, b. Abt. 1812392; d. 1832392; m. WILLIAM B. CARROLL392, 01 July 1830, Jefferson Co., KY; b. Abt. 1810; d. 1837392.|
Notes for GEORGIANN M. FLOYD:|
Alex Luken, op. cit., notes that
"George Rogers Clark Floyd and Georgiann Floyd Carrell are buried in the Breckinridge Family Cemetery on what was Woodville, the home of John Floyd. The property passed to the Breckinridge family after the death of Jane Buchanan Floyd Breckinridge. Georgiann died shortly after her marriage. I believe her husband was a riverboat captain who died of yellow fever in La. in 1837.
"Sally and GRC Floyd actually had 3 daughters according to census information, but one must have died young. I cannot find bible records for this family. Jane Floyd Penn supposedly had at least 2 children, but I can find no record of them. John Gabriel Maupin Floyd was admitted to West Point as a cadet from Tennessee. I suspect he was raised by Floyd family members in TN as GRC and Sally spent time in LA during the war of 1812. Sally's application to have her pension transferred from LA to KY in 1861 states that she was living for some time with her daughter in LA and after the death of the daughter, moved back to KY to be with remaining family.
"I'm researching Fontaine. Would love to know more about John Gabriel Maupin Floyd. Believe he went back and forth between Terre Haute and Rhode Island. He was left a great deal of property in Jefferson Co., KY by Elizabeth Maupin, which he sold. He also sold all Jefferson Co. property that came to him from his father."
More About GEORGIANN M. FLOYD:|
Burial: Breckinridge Cemetery, Jeferson Co., KY
Notes for WILLIAM B. CARROLL:|
A steamboat captain on the Ohio and Mississippi. (Alex)
|82.||iii.||JANE BUCHANAN FLOYD, b. Abt. 1814, KY; d. 1859.|
|iv.||MATILDA POPE FLOYD393, b. Abt. 1816.|
Notes for MATILDA POPE FLOYD:|
Alex Luken kindly sent this information, July 2001, which certainly implies a daughter Matilda!
Louisville Public Advertiser, Volume 7 No. 21, Saturday, September 3, 1825: The land of George RC Floyd, deceased, will be sold September 23. John Floyd, Gergiann Floyd, Jane B. Floyd and Matilda P. Floyd are the heirs. Sarah T. Floyd asks for her dower of 400 acres of land. Source: Crowder, Lola Frazer, Early Louisville Kentucky Newspaper Abstracts 1806-1828, pg. 167
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