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John Charles Floyd

congressman

John Charles Floyd, American congressman. member 59th to 63d Congresses (1905-1915), 3d Ark; member Floyd & Floyd, since 1923.

Background

Floyd, John Charles was born on April 14, 1858 in Sparta, Tennessee, United States. Son of John Wesley and Eliza Jane (Snodgrass) Floyd.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Arkansas, 1879.

Career

Admitted to bar, 1882, and entered law practice. Elected to Arkansas legislature, 1888, and served in session of 1889. Prosecuting attorney, 14th Arkansas Circuit, 1890-1894.

Member 59th to 63d Congresses (1905-1915), 3d Arkansas District. Member Floyd & Floyd, since 1923.

Religion

Righteousness is a demand of God. It can be received only through faith in God.

Politics

All human life is created by God and therefore is significant and valuable. When governments implement the capital punishment, then the life of the convicted is devalued and all possibilities of change education.

Views

Every Church member should be seeking in various ways to renew and expand the opportunities for Christian conversation about the things that matter.

Membership

Member 59th to 63d Congresses (1905-1915), 3d Ark. Member Floyd & Floyd, since 1923.

Connections

Married Sarah Virginia Berry, November 24, 1887. Children: Nina Berry, Rector Hamilton, James Berry.

father:
John Wesley Floyd

mother:
Eliza Jane (Snodgrass) Floyd

spouse:
Sarah Virginia Berry

children:
Nina Berry Floyd

Rector Hamilton Floyd

James Berry Floyd