Floyd County, Virginia
On 15 January 1831, the General Assembly of Virginia passed an act creating the county of Floyd out of Montgomery County. The new county was named for the then governor of Virginia, John Floyd. The courthouse is in the town of Floyd.
General information for researchers can be found at:
|Wikipedia history overview of:||Floyd County|
|Public records:||Floyd County Clerk|
|History and genealogy:||Floyd County Historical Society|