Eugene B. Floyd
- Born: abt 1843
- Marriage: Mary Cleveland Taylor
- Died: aft 1880, Providence RI
Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker
Events in his life were:
- He worked before 1865 as a silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker in Springfield MA 8
- He worked from 1865 to 1870 as a silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker in Burlington VT
Some time after 14 April 1870, he sold the business back to Charles W. Wingate, who had recently return to the town. 8
- Advertised in the Burlington Times (Burlington VT), May 1866, announcing that he was carrying on alone at the "Sign of the Big Eagle." 8
- Advertised in the Free Press (Burlington VT), 29 Oct 1866, announcing that he both manufactured and sold gold pens. 8
- Advertised in the Free Press (Burlington VT), 11 Aug 1867, announcing that he had just finished making ". . . a large lot of standard silver spoons, forks, fruit knives, and butter knives in the best manner." 8
- He appeared on the 1870 census taken at Burlington VT, listed as a jeweler.
- He worked from 1877 to 1880 as a silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker in Providence RI
- He appeared on the 1880 census taken at Providence RI, listed as a jeweler.
Eugene married Mary Cleveland Taylor. (Mary Cleveland Taylor was born in 1850 in Brookline MA.)