Gene: I've rechecked my notes and they do show Gallant Floyd in Pulaski County in 1820. However, I cannot swear that this is correct. Now that I look at the notes, it appears that I may have found Federick Floyd and Joseph Floyd in Pulaski County while searching through the 1820 census at the library in Macon, Ga., but the Gallant Floyd listing may have come from a publication. I did this research in the 70s, and unfortunately did not write down the title of the book. So if you have checked the 1820 census for Hall and it says Gallant, then that should settle it -- unless perhaps he moved in 1820 and got caught by two census enumerators. That would seem like a very remote possibility. He did end up in Hall, in any event. You might be interested in the other Floyds and where they lived in 1820, according to the publication. Here they are: Alexander, Oglethorpe; Benjamin, Oglethorpe; Clement, Oglethorpe; Dolphen, Jones; Elizabeth, Chatam; Enoch, Jackson; Gilford, Greene; Grambury, Liberty; Jabus, Madison; James, Burke; Jessie, Liberty; John, Burke; John, Camden; John, Clarke; John, Putnam, Lewis, Madison; Marguett, Wilkes; Matthew, Burke; Richard, Oglethorpe; Robert, Madison; Shadrack, Lincoln; Stephen, Screven; Thomas, Burke; Thomas, Jones; Thomas, Wilkes; Thomas E., Chatham; William, Madison.