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From: "Susan D. Chambless" <>
Subject: [JOHNS] Fw: PML Search Result -- Harriet Floyd JOHNS
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2000 20:07:29 -0600
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From: Gail Moore <>
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Subject: PML Search Result matching johns ANDNOT (johnson OR x-loop/JOHNS-L
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> Subject: Re: [SC] Seeking Thomas Floyd b. abt. 1836
> Hello Everybody:
> I need to locate in SC a man named Thomas Floyd according to what I do
> on him he was born in about 1836 and he stated on the 1860 US Census that
> the place was SC.
> On the GA 1860 US Census Reel # 653-113 St. Mary's P.O. (looks
> Clarks Ward Camden County, GA.
> page 30
> Dwelling 328
> Family 326 is Tho. Floyd 24 m 0 Lumber Cutter 0 15 SC
> 0 can not r/w
> B. 21 f 0 0
> 0 0 GA 0 0 can not r/w
> E. 4 f
> M. 1 f
> Now the B. stands for Betty most likley and a nickname for Elizabeth which
> is what we later find on the 1870 and all information matches up for this.
> E. stands for Sarah E. found on same. And of course M. stands for Mary on
> the same.
> By the 1870 census Tho. does not show he is either dead or off working and
> to be found somewhere else.
> But more children do appear as listed above in that information.
> It appears to me that Thomas called Tom on the death cert. of Harriet
> Johns as her Father. Also according to an Uncle who remembers his
> and her husband well Harriet always refered to her Father's name as Tom.
> So it appears that Thomas left his Fathers house and place of birth unless
> we do learn otherwise and came to GA a young man perhaps. Later he
> married Miss Harriet Floyd and Fathered six children.
> Who were his parents?? Where was he born??
> Can anyone help me with this one??
> We believe him to have been Minorcian in Org. and may have been living
> a group of such people in SC after they spread out and left St. Augustine,
> FL. The reason behind this being that Floyd was once Floit and for the
> Island of Minorca in the Med. Sea off the coast of Spain.
> Thanks a ton,
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> Gail Moore
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