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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Floyd, New York

 
Clickable Map of Oneida County, New York and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Oneida County, NY (189) Herkimer County, NY (104) Lewis County, NY (19) Madison County, NY (76) Oswego County, NY (80) Otsego County, NY (90)  OneidaCounty(189) Oneida County (189)  HerkimerCounty(104) Herkimer County (104)  LewisCounty(19) Lewis County (19)  MadisonCounty(76) Madison County (76)  OswegoCounty(80) Oswego County (80)  OtsegoCounty(90) Otsego County (90)
Utica is the county seat for Oneida County
Floyd is in Oneida County
      Oneida County (189)  
ADJACENT TO ONEIDA COUNTY
      Herkimer County (104)  
      Lewis County (19)  
      Madison County (76)  
      Oswego County (80)  
      Otsego County (90)  
 
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1New York (Oneida County), Floyd — Floyd
March 4th 1796 Named in honor of William Floyd, 1734-1821 A signer of the Declaration of IndependenceMap (db m154111) HM
2New York (Oneida County), Floyd — Lt. Col Stephen Moulton Sr.
Born on March 30, 1735 at Brimfield, Mass., he received his formal education at New England College. An officer of the Lexington Alarm Militia, he fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Continuing his efforts in the War of Independence, he later . . . Map (db m154568) HM WM
3New York (Oneida County), Floyd — 603 — Moulton Cemetery
Col. Stephen Moulton & son Salmon buried here. Both Revolutionary War soldiers taken prisoner by British at Battle of Long Island 1776Map (db m154119) HM
4New York (Oneida County), Floyd — Town of Floyd
Town of Floyd Following Capt Benjamin Pike's arrival on the banks of the Te-Ya-Nun-Soke in the "Punch Bowl", other settlers quickly arrived. The Te-Ya-Nun-Soke became the Nine Mile Creek and soon a thriving village with grain mills, . . . Map (db m154571) HM WM
 
 
  
 
 
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Nov. 28, 2022