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Welcome To The Genealogy Trails Floyd County Indiana Web Site
I am Barbara Ziegenmeyer your host for Floyd County if you have any data you would like to contribute please email me

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We regret that we are unable to perform personal research for folks.
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Where  to Find Information In Floyd County, Indiana

 Floyd began keeping birth records in 1882, marriage records in 1819, and death records in 1882.
It began keeping land records in 1818, probate records in 1819, and court records in .
For more information, contact the county at 311 W. 1st St., Rm. 235, New Albany 47150.
Marriage, Divorce, Probate
and Civil Court Records
Floyd County Clerk
PO Box 1056
New Albany, IN 47150
(812) 948-5411
Birth and Death Records
Floyd County Health Department
1917 Bono Road
New Albany, IN 47150
(812)948-4726
New Albany-Floyd County Public Library
180 West Spring Street
New Albany, IN 47150
812-944-8464
Southern Indiana Tourism
315 Southern Indiana
Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
(812) 280-5566
library


Floyd County, Indiana

Formerly part of Clark and Harrison Counties, through the efforts of the Scribner family
(founders of New Albany), Floyd County was organized January 2, 1819 and made effective one month later.
New Albany is the largest city, and county seat of Floyd County.
It was named for Colonel John Floyd, the distinguished Virginian
killed by the Indians on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River.
Floyd County is divided into 5 Civil Township as follows:

Franklin, Georgetown, Greenville, Lafayette and New Albany.



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Dawson's Hollow "NEW"
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Neighboring Counties Are Harrison, Washington,
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