Born: June 18, 1891

Died: October 14, 1964

Married: Rita McMartin Floyd-Jones

Children: Peter LeMay, Mrs. Barbara Howby

Roy A. Floyd-Jones was the son of W. Chauncey Floyd Jones, who built Camp Massapequa on Lower Saranac Lake.

Adirondack Daily Enterprise, October 15, 1964

Roy A Floyd-Jones

Ray A. Floyd-Jones, a longtime resident of Saranac Lake and New York City, died Wednesday at Doctors' Hospital in New York City after a long illness. His home in Saranac Lake was at Camp Massapequa.

He was born in New York City on June 18, 1891, son of Chauncey and Petina Avezzana Floyd-Jones. He was graduated from Yale in 1912, served in World War I as a pilot with the AEF and after the war joined the firm of Kissell-Kennecut. Later he became a member of the New York Stock Exchange with his own firm, Floyd-Jones Vivien Co.

He was manager of the Yale Club for a period of nine years and was a life member of the club as well as a member of the Wings Club.

His widow, Rita McMartin Floyd-Jones, survives.