What is floyd?


  • Floyd Abrams (born 1936), American attorney
  • Floyd Collins (1887–1925), American pioneer caver
  • Floyd Council (1911–1976), American blues musician
  • Floyd Cramer (1933–1997), American pianist
  • Floyd Favors (born 1963), American boxer
  • Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (born 1972), Suriname-born Dutch footballer
  • Floyd Heard (born 1966), American track and field sprinter
  • Floyd Landis (born 1975), American cyclist
  • Floyd Mayweather Jr. (born 1977), American five-division boxing champion
  • Floyd Mayweather Sr., American welterweight boxer and trainer
  • Floyd B. Olson (1891–1936), Governor of Minnesota
  • Floyd Patterson (1935–2006), two-time heavyweight boxing champion
  • Floyd D. Rose, inventor of Floyd Rose guitar bridge
  • Floyd Vivino (born 1951), American comedian known as Uncle Floyd

Some articles on floyd:

Margaret Henderson Floyd
... Margaret Henderson Floyd (1932-18 October 1997) was Professor of Architectural History at Tufts University ... Margaret Henderson Floyd was a graduate of Wellesley College, the University of New Mexico, and Boston University, where she received her Ph.D ... Floyd was a contributor to the on-going reassessment of the "standard narrative" of nineteenth century American architectural history ...
Floyd, Arkansas - Education
... While Floyd maintained a separate school district in its earlier years, the community today is served by the Beebe Public School District ...
Richard Wright (musician) - Death - Tributes
... In the welter of arguments about who or what was Pink Floyd, Rick's enormous input was frequently forgotten ... voice and playing were vital, magical components of our most recognised Pink Floyd sound ... Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason told Entertainment Weekly Like any band, you can never quite quantify who does what ...
Posey G. Lester
... Born near the town of Floyd, Virginia, Lester attended the common schools and the Jacksonville graded school at Floyd ... He engaged in teaching in Floyd County, Virginia ... He resumed his ministerial duties in Floyd, until 1921, when he moved to Roanoke, Virginia, and served as pastor of the Primitive Baptist Church until his death in that city on February 9, 1929 ...
Sleepy Floyd
... Eric Augustus "Sleepy" Floyd (born March 6, 1960 in Gastonia, North Carolina) is a retired American professional basketball player ... A 6'3" guard, Floyd played competitively at Hunter Huss High School in Gastonia, and starred at Georgetown University before being drafted by the New ... During the middle of an unspectacular rookie season, Floyd was traded by the Nets with Mickey Johnson to the Golden State Warriors for Micheal Ray Richardson ...