Henry, Perhaps you could help Bill and I with the info on Tese Floyd? This is what Bill, my cousin wrote below, (His grandmother Lillar Nelson was a sister to my grandmother) "Tiffany, I will check the other information out in my records,I would like to know if Tese Floyds are related to the Floyds that married into my mother and my dads family.William Mckinley Floyd married Lillar Nelson sister of my daddy, and his sister Lillian Floyd married my mothers brother William Curtis Spivey.
Lucy Spivey (my mother did not have a sister named Rebecca) her sisters were Leathie wife of Till Allen.Nancy wife of Aaron Bryan, Madelyn Mattie wife of Leonard Nelson, Fealie wife of dick Linton, and Carlie not married.Thanks for all the info.I have the Carpenters back to the 1500's if I can ever connect Benjamin.Benjamin died in 1839,he was a Revolutionary War soldier.He had a daughter that we do not have information on Her name was Elizabeth she is sister of William Bailey Carpenter.She married Asa Thompson of Pike County.The Thompson desendants still live at Spring Hill just outside Troy Alabama.I found the grave of William Bailey Carpenter.It is well marked and is in the McKenzie Lower Butler Cemetery. Butler County.He also has a son Benjamin David who is burried there with his wife who was a Ware. William Bailey has a Civil War Marker that Reads (his name Co C Alabama Infantry.I suspect that he might have been in the 33rd Alabama.Butler County was part of the 33rd, and was Company C.Next time I am in Montgomery I will see if I can find out.) Benjamin David (brother of Sarah Elizabeth my ggrandmother) was in the 2nd Alabama Cavalry That Unit had a distinguished record, and was Jefferson Davis escort through Gerogia at the close of the War)I met Ann Jones who descended from Jiles Carpenter.I also met several members of her family at a familygathering just down the road from where I live.He mother lives within 2 miles of me.Thanks for the InformationBill," Any help would be appreciated, thanks, Tiffany