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Floyd - Breckinridge Cemetery

 
Please email your coordinators if you have any additional information regarding this cemetery.  The material contained on this page was derived from the book "Wilderness Road Cemeteries in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia" by Robert Foster Johnson for the West-Central Kentucky Family Research Association, which holds the copyright to this information.  The book was published by McDowell Publications in 1981 and I was told by the Association's President that it still has a very limited supply remaining.  Please contact them if you wish to purchase a copy of this book.

Located 1 mile south of St. Matthews, 2 squares west of Breckinridge Lane.

This cemetery is owned by Jefferson County and sits on north bank above Beargrass Creek.   There are approximately 25 graves.  "There exists some doubt that John Floyd was buried here.  Some scholars say he lies near his third and last fort, very near Floydsburg, Kentucky.  Mrs. Fannie Hunter, Todd's Point, Kentucky says he is at the Tommy Long place in Shelby County.   After 30 years research, I feel he is at his last fort, one mile east of Floydsburg." - Robert Foster Johnson

[This is only a partial listing of those interred]

 Floyd, Colonel John, son of William and Obadiah David Floyd, b. c. 1750, d. 14 Apr 1783

Breckinridge, Jane Buchanan Floyd, dau of John Buchanan & Margaret Patton, granddaughter of Col. James Buchanan & Jane Sayers, b 1750 August Co., Va., d. 14 May 1812

Carrell, George Ann, wife of William B. Carrell, d. 03 Dec 1832 at 20 years
Breckinridge, Capt. Alexander - of Continental Troops, Revolutionary War, 1801
Buchanan, William, Private from VA State Troops, Revolutionary War, 1782
Eakin, Robert - Private Clarks VA Troops, Revolutionary War, 1782
Floyd, Col. George Rogers Clark, son of Col. John Floyd and Jane Buchanan Floyd, married 1st 01 Sep 1806, Maria Maupin, married 2nd 16 Apr 1810, Sarah Fontaine, commanded at Battle of Tippecanoe, b. 1779 Jeff Co., d. 1823.
Breckinridge, General Robert, an original member of the Society of the Cincinnati, b. 1754, d. 1833

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