The town of Floyd was created from the town of Steuben on
March 4, 1796.  It was named after General William Floyd, one of the
signers of the Declaration of Independence.  The first settler to the town
was Benjamin Pike who removed to the town in 1790.  Other settlers
followed including Stephen Moulton, William and Nathaniel Allen, and
James Chase.  The first town meeting was held in the spring of 1796
at the house of Samuel Curtiss.

Current Historian: Edwin C. Evans
RD 4, Box 57
Rome, NY 13440


Floyd - 180 - Years

NY Census 1865, Floyd -  Marriages & Deaths

Floyd Residents 1907