1.JOHN R. FLOYD was born April 5, 1821, and died August 10, 1889.He married ELIZA GRAHAM.She was born December 14, 1831, and died April 15, 1917. They are buried at Riverside Cemetery near Nichols, SC.
Children of JOHN FLOYD and ELIZA GRAHAM are:
i.SARAH J. FLOYD, b. Abt. 1853.
ii.WILLIAM R. FLOYD, b. Abt. 1854.
iii.JOHN Q. FLOYD, b. Abt. 1856.
iv.FRANCES L. FLOYD, b. Abt. 1859.
v.ASBURY FLOYD, b. Abt. 1861.
vi.MAYBURY FLOYD, b. January 9, 1861; d. January 19, 1932.
vii.SANDY FLOYD, b. Abt. 1865.
2.MAYBURY FLOYD (JOHN R.1) was born January 9, 1861, and died January 19, 1932.He married IDA CURRIE.She was born December 24, 1863, and died April 19, 1940. They are buried at Green Sea Cemetery in Horry County, SC.
Children of MAYBURY FLOYD and IDA CURRIE are:
i.EDDIE LUTHER FLOYD, b. May 19, 1884; d. January 29, 1919.
ii.MAY B. FLOYD, b. October 1885.
iii.LORAGAS FLOYD, b. November 1887.
iv.ALLICE FLOYD, b. October 1889.
v.OLEY FLOYD, b. March 1892.
vi.EMMA FLOYD, b. January 1894.
vii.JOSEPH FLOYD, b. November 1895.
3.EDDIE LUTHER FLOYD (MAYBURY2, JOHN R.1) was born May 19, 1884, and died January 29, 1919.He married ESSIE HARRELSON, daughter of JOHN HARRELSON and EMMA ENZOR.She was born February 17, 1888 in , Horry, SC, and died December 10, 1973 in Green Sea, Horry, SC. They at buried at Green Sea Cemetery in Horry County, SC.
Children of EDDIE FLOYD and ESSIE HARRELSON are:
i.JOHN R. FLOYD, b. December 3, 1916, , Horry, SC; d. July 11, 1983, Green Sea, Horry, SC.
ii.E. L. FLOYD.
4.JOHN R. FLOYD (EDDIE LUTHER3, MAYBURY2, JOHN R.1) was born December 3, 1916 in , Horry, SC, and died July 11, 1983 in Green Sea, Horry, SC.He married GLADYS FOWLER.She was born October 7, 1922. They are buried at Green Sea Cemetery in Horry County, SC.
Children of JOHN FLOYD and GLADYS FOWLER are:
i.RONALD FLOYD, b. October 14, 1945; d. June 25, 1986.
Can anyone identify the John G. Floyd, b. Abt. 1834, listed with John R. Floyd in the 1860 Horry County Census. He
also had Power Of Attorney for the son of Frederick Floyd (Hugh2, Francis1) after he was killed during the Civil War.
Believe this may be the J. Floyd, son of A. Floyd, listed in the 1850 Horry County Census. Could A. Floyd be Allen
J. Floyd (Frederick2, James1).