Floyd Leggett Jr., the third child of eight children, was born to the late Rev. Floyd Leggett and Gracie Mae Bryant-Leggett in Walker Springs on March 12, 1956.
Floyd accepted Christ at an early age and united with the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church under the pastorate of the Rev. E. Thomas.
Following his high school graduation, he worked at Vanity Fair for several years until joining his father in the logging business.
On Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022, he exchanged life for eternity at Mobile Infirmary Medical Center in Mobile.
Preceding him in death were his parents, grandparents and four maternal aunts, Delcina (James) Jackson, Carrie (Perry) Ezell, Aldora Smith and Annie Bumpers; eight maternal uncles, John Wiley Bryant, Quincy Bryant Jr., Fred (Lurene) Bryant Sr., King David Bryant, Willie James Bryant, Ira (Shirley) Bryant, Curtis Bryant and Anthony Bryant; five paternal aunts, Clyde (Woodraw) Robinson, Daisy (J.D.) Hadley, Octavia (Ocie) Hunt, Mary Richardson and Maude (Thomas) Smith; three paternal uncles, Albert James (Willean) Leggett, Jimmy (Inez) Leggett and Earnest (Leola) Leggett; two brothers-in-law, Milton Bracy Jr. and the Rev. Clayton Everette Davis Sr.
He leaves to cherish his memories four children, Tyrone (Felicia) Jackson of Mobile, Marsha Martin of Jackson, Sholanda (Jacob) Perryman of Whatley and Douglas (Althea) Leggett of Gainestown; 12 grandchildren, Jordyn Jackson, Jabreea Wallace, Jasmine Ford, Ebony Leggett, Jolicia Martin, Kyra Martin, Amber Wright, Madedra Leggett, Janiya Leggett, De Marious Jackson, Jaquelan Dotson and Jayla Perryman; six great-grandchildren; four sisters, Mildred Bracy of Choctaw Bluff, Clidy M. Davis-Causey of Grove Hill, Deborah (Ricky) Hunt of Gainestown and Sylvia (Sexton) Adams of McIntosh; three brothers, devoted Albert James Leggett of Walker Springs, the Rev. Gilbert (Lisa) Leggett of Mexia and Billy (Coretta) Leggett of Gainestown; two aunts, Bessie Bryant and Emma M. Bryant of Walker Springs; two uncles, Joe Nathan Smith Sr. of Walker Springs and Arnold Bumpers of Winn; with a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.