|Birth: ||Apr. 14, 1829|
|Death: ||Mar. 5, 1863|
Capt. of Co. A 85th Reg. Ind. Vol
"Fell in battle for his Country March 5th, 1863 at Thompson Station, TN"
33yrs, 10mo, 19 dys
Indianapolis Daily Journal March 23, 1863
Capt. Abner Floyd, of Co. A, 86th Regiment Indiana Volunteers, who was killed at the battle of Thompson's Station, Tenn., was buried with Masonic Honors, on Sunday
week, some six miles north of Annapolis, Parke county.
Indianapolis Daily Journal March 14, 1863
A correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette says that details of men sent out on Coburn's battle ground to examine our dead buried by the rebels, found and recognized the bodies of the following Indianians:
85th Indiana—Captain Abner Floyd; Sergeants Hazlett and Shephard; privates Mortimer and Hanfield.
Avaline Bacus Floyd (1836 - 1863)*
Joseph M. Floyd (1856 - 1858)*
Eva R Floyd Montgall (1863 - 1897)*
Sugar Creek Township
Created by: Vada L. Long
Record added: Jul 23, 2007
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