Floyd County Military Records


Your ancestor's Birth Date tells you which War he may have fought in. These are general guidelines as some men and women who served were younger or older and may fall outside these ranges.

Born 1726 - 1767:

Revolutionary War (1775-1783)

Born 1762 - 1799:

War of 1812 (1812-1815)

Born 1796 - 1831:

Mexican War (1846-1848)

Born 1811 - 1848:

Civil War (1861-1865)

Born 1848 - 1881:

Spanish-American War (1898)

Born 1849 - 1885:

Philippine Insurrection (1899-1902)

Born 1872 - 1900:

WWI (1917-1918)

Born 1872 - 1900:

WWI (1917-1918)

Born 1877 - 1925:

WWII (1941-1945)

Born 1900 - 1936:

Korean War (1950-1953)

Born 1914 - 1955:

Vietnam War (1964-1972)



Floyd County Veteran Burials - All Wars

Revolutionary War

Pension of William Gannon

Pension of Samuel Clark

Pension of William Brown

Pension of James Fraley

Pension Application Of John Sexton
Pension Application Of Henry Connley
Pension Application Of Joshua Hitchcock
Pension Application Of James Howard, Sr.
Pension Application Of James Patrick
Pension Application Of Reuben Harrell
Pension Application Of Nathan Preston
Pension Application Of Abiud Fairchild
Pension of John Sammons
Pension of  Reuben Sammons
Pension of Benjamin Howard
Pension Application of James & Anna Cameron
Pension Application of Edward Dorton
Pension Application of Gabriel Jones
Pension Application of  Elizabeth Preston, wife of Nathan Preston

Revolutionary War Warrants Searchable

War of 1812

Pension of Rodin(Rodden) Hall

Civil War

Confederate Pension Applications  NEW 7/14

Pension Request of Wm. M. Hubbard, CSA

Henry Clay Hubbard, CSA

David Y. Kendrick, CSA

Squire Hall, USA

Battle of Middle Creek

Battle of Ivy Mountain and Brig. General William Nelson

New Confederate Markers in Place In Floyd County

Eastern Kentucky Civil War Burials

Early Floyd County Soldiers Burials

The Trials of a Union Soldier

5th KY C. S. A. from Floyd County

10th KY Calvary, CSA "Diamond's Yankee Chasers"

13th Kentucky Cavalry CSA Also Known as Caudill's Army

39th Kentucky Infantry, USA

KY C. S. A. - Not Limited to Floyd County 

Kentucky Civil War Page

The Ivy Mountain Battlefield Monument

Spanish-American War

Floyd County Veteran Burial Locations

History of the 4th Volunteer Infantry

Spanish American War State Guard Volunteers in Kentucky

Spanish American War Camp in Lexington, KY

World War I

Floyd County Draft Registrations

Samuel Woodfill - Congressional Medal of Honor NEW 2/13

World War II

Casualties from Floyd County

Kentucky Soldiers from Floyd County


Korean War

Kentucky Soldiers who were Killed in Action



Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall Page    Searchable