I'm wondering if anyone knows who the father is of Thomas C. Floyd, b. 1814-1823 in SC, d. March 14, 1916 in Brumley, MO.?
Descendants of Thomas C. Floyd
Generation No. 1
1.Thomas C.2 Floyd(Floyd1) was born Bet. 1814 - 1823 in South Carolina, and died March 14, 1916 in Brumley, Missouri.He married (1) Nancy S. Reynolds February 29, 1840 in Hardeman County, Tennessee.She was born 1825 in Alabama or Hardeman County, Tennessee, and died Aft. 1858 in Missouri.He married (2) Elender Renney September 13, 1866.She died 1885 in Arkansas.
Notes for Thomas C. Floyd:
Died in the home of Grandson Bluford Luttrell, Brumley, Missouri
Burial: Mt. Union Cemetery So. of Brumley, Missouri
Military service: Bet. September 15 - December 25, 1864, Civil War - Union
Civil War Muster Rolls:
Thomas Floyd, Unit: C Apt. Jefferies Co., (D), Osage County Regiment Missouri H. G., Rank Induction: Private, Rank Discharge:Private, Box No. 000390, Extraction No. 0015, Record No. 00001282.
Application for Pension:
D Osage County Regiment Missouri, Date:July 8, 1889? [Hard to read], Class:Invalid, Application No. 615.463, Certificate No. 609.115, State from which Filed:Missouri.
Children of Thomas Floyd and Nancy Reynolds are:
2 i. Elizabeth Elender3 Floyd, born January 20, 1841 in Hardeman County, Tennessee; died May 14, 1919 in Brumley, Miller County, MIssouri; Stepchild.She married (1) Milton Owen Thornton January 18, 1860 in Camden County, Missouri by John Shelton; born September 16, 1829 in Burk County, North Carolina; died May 04, 1866 in Crocker, Pulaski County, Missouri.She married (2) Hamen Ellen Luttrell December 24, 1868 in Brumley, Miller County, MIssouri; born 1843; died March 14, 1897 in Brumley, Miller County, MIssouri.
More About Elizabeth Elender Floyd:
Burial: 1919, Mt. Union Cemetery
Notes for Milton Owen Thornton:
Milton Thornton was a Union Veteran of the Civil War,in the Missouri Militia Home Guard, Osage County, 8th Regiment, Captain Charles D. Martin Commander.Milton enlisted on June 22, 1861, was mustered out December 20, 1861, enlisted again at Lebanon, Missouri October 26, 1863 in M.S.M. Calvery 8th Regiment, Captain Jacob Casseints commanding.Consolidated county Militia.He was honorably discharged July 17, 1865 butwas bushwacked and hung by ex-confederates shortly after the war.
More About Milton Owen Thornton:
Burial: Old McNab Farm in a field near Hawkeye, Missouri
Cause of Death: Bushwacked and Hung by ex-Confederates
Medical Information: Had dark hair and blue eyes.
Military Branch: Missouri Militia Home Guard, 8th Reg.
3 ii. Sarah Sally Floyd, born Abt. 1842 in Tennessee.She married Jerry Goforth.
4 iii. Julia A. Floyd, born Abt. 1844 in TN; died Aft. 1865 in after the cival war of 1865.
5 iv. Mary K. Floyd, born Abt. 1846 in Tennessee.She married William Thomas Luttrell September 10, 1867 in Hickory County, Missouri; born 1827 in Illinois; died in Missouri.
6 v. Lucinda Floyd, born 1849 in TN, Moved to Washington Co. Ark..She married James W. Mashburn.
7 vi. Martha J. Floyd, born 1851 in Died in infancy in Illinois; died 1855 in Illinois.
8 vii. William James Floyd, born January 05, 1852 in Illinois; died 1930 in Missouri.He married Susan Abbett.
Notes for William James Floyd:
Had crippled arm and leg, made baskets and canned chairs.
More About William James Floyd:
Cause of Death: Murdered
Medical Information: Had a crippled arm and leg from being run over by a wagon.
9 viii. Cynthia Floyd, born 1855 in Ill.
10 ix. Caroline Nancy Floyd, born February 1857; died February 24, 1934 in Brumbly, Missouri.She married (1) Silas Luttrell October 13, 1881 in Missouri.
More About Caroline Nancy Floyd:
Burial: Brumbly, Missouri
11 x. Amanda M. Floyd, born 1858 in MO.She married J. Roberson September 12, 1883 in Washington Co. AR.
12 xi. Infant Boy Floyd, born Bet. 1859 - 1860.