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Text:".... Floyd was a more impulsive, impetuous individual, quite tall, very spare, and with cmious eyes, that moved restlessly from side to side without cessation. His name, by the way, was JohnBuchananFloyd..."
Date:Mar 1 1891
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... liglitziig does the will ur GuU." JOHNBUCHANANFloyd was a leading and distinguished man in Virginia politics for many years prior to his entering Mr. Buchanan's Caibnet as Secretary of War. He was a member..."
Date:Oct 24 1863
Publication:Placerville, California, United States of America
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Text:"... Texas to California in 1857. O O O Knthiiniaam for the Camel Corpa grew, and lavl«'a aur- cessur aa head of ♦he Bar Department, JohnBuchananFloyd, wanted to lm|»ort a thoiiaand more of the critters..."
Date:Feb 24 1956
Publication:Amarillo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...«^ With Adventurer famous Virginian, for whom Flo^d county was named, died at Swec!t Springs after a long and useful life. The study of lav/ was the destiny of JohnBuchananFloyd, third of the famous trio. Educated..."
Date:Aug 13 1939
Publication:Pulaski, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... to be Corinne Utah A Johnsons army pitched quarv ters at Camp Floyd near Provo June 29 1858 It was named after JohnBuchananFloyd secretary of war in President Buchanans cabinet It was the first U S military..."
Date:July 6 1931
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... that banned check cashing on 25 and a hand ful of other holiday Huggins said that JohnBuchananFloyd may have is sued a proclamation in 1849 es tablishing Christmas as an of ficial state holiday and that ref..."
Date:Dec 24 1999
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... Attorney General—is now iii his grave, viz: President Buchanan himself; Secretary of State, Lewis Cass; Secretary of War, JohnBuchananFloyd; Postmaster General, Aaron V. Brown; Secretary of tho Treasury..."
Date:Aug 17 1869
Publication:Warren, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Cobb. Seoretury of War—JohnBuchananFloyd. Secretary of the Navy—Isaac Toucey. Secretary of the Interior—Jacob Thompeon. Attoriiey-General—Jeremiah S. Black. PostmasteiGeneral—Aaron Venable Brown. [From..."
Date:Mar 23 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... son. Stuart also a Wytheville native, served from "1914 and 1918 and Trinkle had the 1022-1926 term. John Floyd, Montgomery County, was the 1830-34 governor and his son, JohnBuchananFloyd, Abingdon..."
Date:Jan 19 1975
Publication:Bluefield, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... in Virginia, West Virginia, and Kentucky. Smithfield was the birthplace of two Virginia governors, James Patton Preston and JohnBuchananFloyd. There are several special activities held at the Plantation each..."
Date:June 28 1997
Publication:Radford, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... STATES. The following is Mr. Buchanan’s Cabinet, as confirmed by the Senate on the 6th inst.: — Secretary of State—Lewis Cass. Secretary of the Treasury -Howell Cobb. Secretary of War—JohnBuchananFloyd..."
Date:Mar 23 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... in and knowledge of the region The villian of the story is JohnBuchananFloyd US secretary of war during President Buchanans ad ministration one of tha most despicable traitors in American history The he roes..."
Date:July 3 1960
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... with this The Mtwt now inhabit your mind anowM not be revealed the one vitally inter Cad Bowmwi Cordon Pfcarr Jim Taylor Alexander Mohler Waeliek LOH Tom Linda Jenei Hetehert Floyd Angler JohnBuchananFloyd OLOt..."
Date:Feb 4 1958
Publication:Statesville, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... Card- well, Nix hospital; boy. July Mrs. Howard WinJietd Davis, Nix hospital; boy. July Mrs. JohnBuchananFloyd, Nix hospital: boy. July Mrs. P. rtandall, Baylor hospital; boy. June Mrs. Luciano. Barren..."
Date:July 11 1935
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... was through its water supply to the .Beckley Water Co. reservoir. Now man and animals can no longer drink from that stream. In 1861, Confederate Gen. JohnBuchananFloyd, in build- ing "Floyd's Pike" through..."
Date:Feb 26 1971
Publication:Beckley, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... Center in Radford. Born on Oct. 14,1913 in New River, she was preceded in death by her husband, William Davis Micou, and her parents, JohnBuchananFloyd King and Sarah Margaret Courtney King Micou. She..."
Date:Aug 7 1999
Publication:Radford, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... at the beginning of Ihc war Soon we to Wise Court House and com- drilling and preparing for the groat struggle of war From Wise we Wytheville and joined ourselves to the Virginia Gen JohnBuchananFloyd's Brigade..."
Date:July 4 1976
Publication:Kingsport, Tennessee, United States of America
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Text:"..., Howell Cobb ; Secretary of War, JohnBuchananFloyd ; Secretary of the Navy, Isaac Toucey; Secretary of the Interior, Jacob Thompson ; Attorney-General, Jeremiah S. Black; Postmaster-General, Aaron Venable..."
Date:Mar 27 1857
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the United States and in 1830 was elected Governor of His JohnBuchananFloyd was born June and was the soldiers in that war from Pu elected Governor of Virginia in laski County were Benjamin Charles Wyatt..."
Date:May 30 1961
Publication:Pulaski, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... Floyd Angley JohnBuchananFloyd Lentz Hazel Robbins Miss Resh Lawson Barbara Rash Connor Sally Rand Hanks Byran Leaird Lisa Marie Wooten Chief Using Unmarked Car northeastern North Carolina town..."
Date:Feb 3 1973
Publication:Statesville, North Carolina, United States of America
 
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