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John B. Floyd, governor of Virginia (1849–1852), secretary of war in the administration of United States president James Buchanan (1857–1860), and a Confederate general during the American Civil War.
"In an administration viewed as corrupt and ineffective, Floyd's tenure at the War Department nevertheless stood out. . . As the secession crisis heated up, Northerners additionally accused Floyd of funneling arms and supplies from Northern to Southern armories." -- Encyclopedia of Virginia.