Joseph P. Floyd
Military Records

Floyd, J. P.

Co. F , 26 South Carolina Infantry,

Formed by consolidation of 6th and 9th Batt'ns S. C. Inf.

(Confederate.)

(Confederate)

F 1 S. C.

Joseph P. Floyd

Pvt., Co. F 1 Regiment

South Carolina Vols.*

Appears on

Company Muster Roll

of the organization named above,

for Apr. 30 to Oct. 31, 1862

Enlisted:

When Aug. 7 , 1861

Where Conwayboro S. C.

By whom Capt. F. P. Alston

Period For the war

Last Paid:

By whom Capt. McGowan

To what time April 30, 1862

Present or absent

Remarks Died 5 July 1862 of wounds recd at Battle Gaines Mill

*This regiment was organized by Colonel Marcy Gregg who formerly commanded the 1st Regiment South Carolina Infantry (6 months, 1861) which was mustered out July 9, 1861, and a number of the officers and men are found to have formerly served in the latter organization. The twelve companies composing this regiment were organized between June and September, 1861.

(Confederate)

F 1 S. C.

Joseph P. Floyd

Pvt., Co. F 1 Regiment

South Carolina Vols.*

Appears on

Regimental Return

of the organization named above,

for the month of July, 1862

Commissioned officers present and absent:

Station

Remarks:

Alterations since last return among the enlisted men:

Date July 5, 1862

Place Danville

Remarks: Died of wounds

Enlisted men on extra or Daily Duty:

Absent enlisted men accounted for:

To what time April 30, 1862

*This regiment was organized by Colonel Marcy Gregg who formerly commanded the 1st Regiment South Carolina Infantry (6 months, 1861) which was mustered out July 9, 1861, and a number of the officers and men are found to have formerly served in the latter organization. The twelve companies composing this regiment were organized between June and September, 1861.

(CONFEDERATE)

F 1 S.C.

J. P. Floyd

Pvt. Co. F, 1 Reg. Vols., S.C.

Name appears on a

Register*

of Officers and Soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed in battle, or who died of wounds or disease.

Where born Horry Dist S.C.

When deceased July 5, 1862

Where and from what cause Wounds Hosp Farmville, Va.

Amount of money left

Effects

In whose charge

When received Mar 23, 1864

Number of certificate 2913

Remarks: Last paid to include Apr. 30, 1862

Due $50 Bounty Rec'd to Aug. 7 1862

*This register appears to have been complied in the Adjutant and Inspector General's Office from returns furnished by Hospitals and by Regimental and Company Officers.

(CONFEDERATE)

F 1 S.C.

J. P. Floyd

Pvt. Co. F, 1 Reg. Vols., S.C.

Name appears on a

Register

of Claims of Deceased Officers and Soldiers from South Carolina which were filed for settlement in the Office of the Confederate States Auditor for the War Department.

By whom presented John G. Floyd atty.

When filed March 9 , 1863

Where born

Where died Hospt Richmond Va.

Comptroller:

When reported to Nov. 15, 1863

When returned Nov. 25, 1863

Number of settlements:

Certificates 11248

Report

Amount found due $73.83

THE CONFEDERATE STATES,

To. Frederick Floyd father of Joseph P. Floyd, deceased,

late Private of Capt. Co. F

1st Reg't S. Carolina Vols. Dr.

For pay of said deceased from May 1st 1862, the date to which he was last paid, to July 5th 1862, the date of his death, inclusive.

2 months & 5 days at per month $23.83

50.00

$73.83

Payable to John G. Floyd, atty. as per Power filed Floydville, Marion District S.C.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

Second Auditor's Office

Nov. 18 1863

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE,

Nov. 25, 1863

South Carolina

Horry District I J. A. Thompson clerk of this court of common pleas, General Sessions for above district aforesaid do hereby certify that Alva Enzor the Magistrate before whom this written & foregoing affidavit was written was at this time is a Magistrate legally affiliated & qualified is acting for this District aforesaid that all faith & credit should be given his official acts.

Witness my hand & seal

of office February 7th 1863

J. A. Thompson C.C.P.

This is to certify that the within named Jos. P. Floyd Private of Co. F 1st SC Volunteers enlisted at Conwayborro SC 7th Aug. by Capt. J. P. Alston. Died area of Richmond 5th July 1862, was last paid the 30th of April 1862 by Capt. McGowam. He is due Bounty of $50. He is not indebted to the Govt. when at Camp Gregg Va. this 6th Mar. 1863.

J. P. Alston Capt. Co. F 1st S. C. V.

State of South Carolina On this 31st day of

Horry District January 1863

Personally appeared before me the subscriber, a Magistrate in and for The District aforesaid: Frederick Floyd who after being sworn according to Law deposes and says, that he is the father of Joseph P. Floyd, deceased, who was a private of Capt. T. P. Alston's Company, F, 1st Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers, commanded by Colonel D. H. Hamilton in the service of the Confederate States in the present war with the United States; that J. P. Floyd enlisted in said District and entered the service at Marion Courthouse in Marion District and state aforesaid on or about the 11th day of August 1861 and died at-near Danville Hospital, Richmond Va. on or about the 5th day of July 1862 of wounds received in Richmond battle 27th day of June, 1862, leaving neither wife or child. That Frederick Floyd the, claimant, and makes this deposition for the purpose of obtaining from the Government of The Confederate State States whatever may have been due the said Joseph P. Floyd at the time of his death for pay bounty or other allowances for his services as private aforesaid.

Sworn to and subscribed before me, Frederick X Floyd

Alva Enzor his mark

Magst.

And on the same day and year aforesaid also appeared before me a Magistrate as aforesaid Thomas Hodges, who is well known to me, and whom I hereby certify to be a person of veracity and credibility, who having been by me duly sworn, says on oath that he is well acquainted with Frederick Floyd the claimant and also well known for fifteen years, Joseph P. Floyd, the deceased soldier herein mentioned, and that the statement made under oath by said Frederick Floyd, the claimant - as to his relationship to the deceased soldier, is true and correct in every particular, to the best of his knowledge and believe and that he the said Thomas Hodges is wholly disinterested.

Sworn to and subscribed

before me

Alva Enzor {Thomas Hodges

Magistrate

South Carolina Know that all men by these present that, I Frederick Floyd of the State and

Horry District District aforesaid, have made, constituted and appointed and by these present do make, constitute and appoint, John G. Floyd a member of Co. (F) 1st Regt - S.C. Vols. my true and lawful attorney for me, and in my name place and stead, to collect from, Receive and Receipt - to the Government of The Confederate States; for all moneys or claims due from said Confederate States to my deceased son Joseph P. Floyd, late a member of Company (F) 1st Regt - of S.C. Vols. for pay Bounty or other allowances, as I might-or could personally present.

In witness my hand and seal this 31st day of Jan. A.D. 1863.

signed sealed and acknowledged in presence of Frederick X Floyd

Alva Enzor Magistrate his mark

Claim of Frederick Floyd on a/c of deceased son

Jos. P. Floyd Co, F 1st Reg. S.C.V.

Who paid to John G. Floyd atty. (by Power of Attorney) Floydsville, Marion Dist So. Ca.

Mar. 9, 1863 Acknowledged Mar. 31, 1863

Auditors Office June 26th 1863

Joseph P. Floyd enlisted Aug. 7 1861 for the war.

Rec'd pay and clothing to Fe. 28th 1862 inclusive

July 24, 1863

Jos. P. Floyd died July 5, 1862. Last paid to 30 April 1862.

Contributed by Everett Floyd

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