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Fanny TODD3,206 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 65779. Parents: Dr. John TODD and Elizabeth SMITH.

Spouse: Thomas H. SHELBY. Thomas H. SHELBY and Fanny TODD were married. Reference Number:1103020 Children were: John Todd SHELBY.


Frances TODD3,7,168,206,1794,2897 was born in Mar 1817 in Lexington, Fayette Co, KY.1794 She died.3 She is reference number 65813. 2 SOUR S007104
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Feb 2, 2000


[John Todd. FTW]

SOURCE NOTES:
Helm, Emily Todd, "TODD Family, based on the manuscript of Emily Todd Helm",
series of magazine articles in Kittochtinny Magazine, vol 1ff, 1905, p69-383
(with gaps). LDS FILM#0176612#1 (installments 1-3).

Jo hnson, Houston E., and Annette Gallaher Murphy, The TODD Family History,
Annet te Gallaher Murphy, 1982. LDS FILM #1035667, 1984.

LDS IGI

SOURCE NOTES:
date: [Ref: LDS IGI #1760906, LDS IGI #1760933] 1816 [Ref: LDS IGI #1760860]
1817 [Ref: Johnson] abt 1816 [Ref: LDS IGI 5026848-46 #1553837], place: [Ref:
LDS IGI #1760906, LDS IGI #1760933], parents: [Ref: Helm p261, Johnson] Parents: Robert Smith TODD and Ann Eliza PARKER.

Spouse: Dr. William WALLACE. Dr. William WALLACE and Frances TODD were married. Reference Number:1103333


George Rogers Clark TODD7,168,1794 was born in Jun 1825 in Lexington, Fayette Co, KY.1794 [John Todd.FTW]

SOURCE NOTES:
Helm, Emily Todd, "TODD Family, based on the manuscript of Emily Todd Helm",
series of magazine articles in Kittochtinny Ma gazine, vol 1ff, 1905, p69-383
(with gaps). LDS FILM#0176612#1 (installments 1-3).

Johnson, Houston E., and Annette Gallaher Murphy, The TODD Family Hist ory,
Annette Gallaher Murphy, 1982. LDS FILM #1035667, 1984.

LDS IGI

SO URCE NOTES:
date: [Ref: LDS IGI 5026848-46 #1553837] 1825 [Ref: LDS IGI #17609 06, LDS IGI
#1760933], place: [Ref: LDS IGI 5026848-46 #1553837], parents: [Re f: Helm
p262, Johnson] Parents: Robert Smith TODD and Ann Eliza PARKER.


George Rogers Clark TODD7,168,2897 was born on 2 Jul 1825.2897 2 SOUR S007104
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Feb 2, 2000 Parents: Robert Smith TODD and Ann Eliza PARKER.


George W. TODD.19

Spouse: Elizabeth B. NUCKOLLS.


Hannah TODD3,206 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 65767. Parents: Major General Levi TODD and Jane BRIGGS.


Hannah TODD3,7,51,206 was born on 11 Jan 1765 in Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania.3,206,3674,3675 She died on 19 Sep 1822 in Georgetown, Scott Co., Kentucky.3,206,3674,3675 She is reference number 65571. From "Todd Family," by Emily Todd Helm, Kittochtinney Magazine, published by G. O. Seilhamer, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Vol. 1, No. 1 (January 1905), p. 93-9 4:
"HANNAH TODD, )born Jan. 11, 1765 -- died near Georgetown, Ky., in 1824) da ughter of David and Hannah (Owen) Todd, married (1) Elijah Smith, supposed to b e her cousin, with whom she removed from Montgomery Co., Pa., and lived at Waln ut Hills, near Lexington, and in the town. It is said that he had the first sh ingle roof in Lexington on his house.
. . .
Mrs. Smith married (2) James Kell ey, and lived in Scott Co., Ky., until her death." Parents: David TODD and Hannah OWENS.

Spouse: Elijah SMITH. Elijah SMITH and Hannah TODD were married on 18 Jun 1782.3,206,3674,3675 Reference Number:1085038 Children were: Elizabeth Todd SMITH, Nancy Ann SMITH, David Todd SMITH, Susanna SMITH, John Todd SMITH, Hannah SMITH, Levi Todd SMITH, Maryjane SMITH.


Hugh Blair TODD3,405 was born on 4 Jun 1811 in Fredricksburg, Spotsylvania, VA.3,405 He died WFT Est 1831-1902.3,405 He is reference number 95593. Parents: William TODD and Catherine Robinson WINSLOW.

Spouse: Eliza DICKSON. Hugh Blair TODD and Eliza DICKSON were married WFT Est 1830-1860.3,405 Reference Number:1526300


Israel TODD7 was born in May 1792. He died on 28 Apr 1868.

Spouse: Mary GARRETT. Israel TODD and Mary GARRETT were married. _STATMARRIED


Sir James TODD7,51 was born about 1630 in Scotland.3775 He died in 1669 in Scotland. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Sir
Lord of Dunbar (from Kerry Trout ttrout@prodigy.net)

James Todd: Laird of Dunbar. Captured in the Battle of Bothwell Bridge (near G lasgow on the River Clyde). Marched to Edinburgh and held prisioner with other s in an open pen into the winter. Loaded on a ship (the Crown) with about 250 o thers to be shipped to the West Indies and sold as slaves. Sank in a storm off the Orkney Islands. Could not escape, as the hold remained locked when the ship went down. Son John captured by Graham, but escaped to Northern Ireland.

Ba ttle of Bothwel Bridge 1679
http://www.scotclans.com/clans/1679.htm
Fol lowing success against the military at the recent Battle of Drumclog, the Conve nticlerssupport had
swollen to six thousand when they came together at Hamilto n in June 1679. Differences between covenanters which had undermined them throu gh the 1650s, again created factions among their numbers. While some argued th at their direction should be decided by a General Assembly which acknowledged t he established powers, others denounced the governing bodies and their Indulgen ces. Meanwhile, with ten thousand men and discipline, the Duke of Monmouth, th e Earl of Linlithgow and the vengeful Graham of Claverhouse mustered by the Cly de Bridge at Bothwell. On 22 June they attacked the disorganised Covenanters and won easily. Although deaths on the field were few, two hundred were killed later. Of the fourteen hundred who were captured or surrendered, another two h undred and fifty eight were shipwrecked while being transported in The Crown of London.

**Todd, Sir James from Ellerslie Posted by: Donna
Dexter July 15 , 1998
Sir James Todd, Laird of Dunbar who drowned off Orkney after being cap tured by Graham of Claverhouse at the Battle of Bothwell Bridge. I have found n othing exceptthat his son John was captured and taken prisoner after his father 's death...I would also like to know if anyone knows anything of their ancestra l home in Ellerslie.

Children were: John TODD.


James TODD7,168,1794 was born in 1671 in Dunbar, Scotland.1794 He died in 1679.1794 [John Todd.FTW]

SOURCE NOTES:
Johnson, Houston E., and Annette Gallaher Mur phy, The TODD Family History,
Annette Gallaher Murphy, 1982. LDS FILM #103566 7, 1984.

RESEARCH NOTES:
drowned while fleeing to Northern Ireland [Ref: Jo hnson]

SOURCE NOTES:
date: [Ref: Johnson], place: [Ref: Johnson], parents: [Ref: Johnson]

SOURCE NOTES:
date: [Ref: Johnson] Parents: John Or James TODD and Isabelle PARKER.


James TODD7,51,168,1794 was born about 1692 in Co. Armagh, Ireland. He died in 1757 in Co. Armagh, Ireland.3776 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]1794 From "Todd Family," by Emily Todd Helm, Kittochtinney Magazine, published by G. O. Seilhamer, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Vol. 1, No. 1 (January 1905), p. 70:
"JAMES (died in 1757), lived at Colentrough, in Ballymore parish, Co. Armagh. He married Ellinor ----------, surname not ascertained: they had issue: Elli nor, m. ---------- Quin, and had a daughter, Sarah; ----------, m. James Greer , and had a son, James; and -----------, m. James Kelly, and had a son, James.[John Todd.FTW]

SOURCE NOTES:
Helm, Emily Todd, "TODD Family, based on the manuscript of Emily Todd Helm",
series of magazine articles in Kittochtinny Ma gazine, vol 1ff, 1905, p69-383
(with gaps). LDS FILM#0176612#1 (installments 1-3).

Johnson, Houston E., and Annette Gallaher Murphy, The TODD Family Hist ory,
Annette Gallaher Murphy, 1982. LDS FILM #1035667, 1984.

RESEARCH NOTE S:
lived at Colentrough, in Ballymore parish, Co. Armagh. He married Ellinor
___, surname not ascertained; then had issue (1) Ellinor, married ____ Quinn,
and had a daughter Sarah, (2) _____, married James Greer, and had a son James,
and (3) ____, married James Kelly, and had a son, James. [Ref: Helm p70]

S OURCE NOTES:
parents: [Ref: Helm p70, Johnson]

SOURCE NOTES:
date: [Ref: H elm p70] Parents: John TODD and Isabella BRADLEY.


Jane Briggs TODD3,206 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 65798. Parents: Major General Levi TODD and Jane BRIGGS.

Spouse: Judge Daniel BRECK. Judge Daniel BRECK and Jane Briggs TODD were married in 1819.3,206 Reference Number:1103149 Children were: Edwin BRECK.


Jasper TODD394 was born on 15 Jan 1854.394 He died on 9 Aug 1897.394

Spouse: Francis HARDEE. Jasper TODD and Francis HARDEE were married.


Jessie E. TODD3,645 was born in Apr 1892 in Horry County, South Carolina.3,645 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: 1900 Census]3,645 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 55866. Parents: William Chancey TODD and Martha E. BOYD.


John TODD.377

Spouse: Rachel ST. JOHN(SENSION).


John TODD2,3 was also known as Tod. He died Unknown in Of, Bedford Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 33291. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Ohio Valley genealogies," by Charles A. Hanna (Genealogical Pub. Co.,
Baltimore, 1968).
(2) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) p.339.

(1) Of Bedford. (2) Of Bedford, PA.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Ohio Valley genealogies," by Charles A. Hanna (Genealogical Pub. Co.,
Baltimore, 1968).
(2) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) p.339.

(1) Of Bedford. (2) Of Bedford, PA.

Spouse: Mary Read HANNAH. John TODD and Mary Read HANNAH were married on 29 Apr 1817.2,3 Reference Number:628057


Reverend John TODD.168,2897 Parents: Robert TODD and Isabella Bodley HAMILTON.


John TODD3,7,51,168,206,1794 was born in 1660 in Forbar, Augus, Scotland.3,206,3776 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]1794 He died in 1719 in Drumgare, Armagh Co., Ireland.3,206,3776 He was buried in 1719 in Tynan Churchyard, Derrymore Parish.3776 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]1794 He is reference number 65576. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]1794 1 BIRT
2 DATE ABT. 1650
2 PLAC Scotland
2 SOUR S11938
1 _FA1
2 DAT E 1650
2 PLAC cited as date of birth by Linda Wright in posting on GenForum 1 2/31/98
1 _FA2
2 DATE 1669
2 PLAC Fled from Scotland to Ireland, accordi ng to "unknown source"
1 _FA3
2 DATE 1679
2 PLAC Fled from Scotland to I reland, according to Thomas Green


From "Historic Families of Kentucky," by Thomas Marshall Green, originally published Cincinnati, 1889, reprinted for Cl earfield Co., by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1996, p. 208:

"Of t he Covenanters captured at Bothwell Bridge, 250 were sentenced to be transporte d to America. 200 of these were drowned in shipwreck off the Orkneys: 50 esca ped, and afterwards took part in the defense of Londonderry. Among those drown ed were Robert Todd of Fenwick and James Todd of Dunbar. . . . In 1679, the ye ar in which Robert Todd, of Fenwick, was drowned, John Todd fled from the perse cutions of Claverhouse in Scotland, to find refuge in the North of Ireland. Th e record of Mrs. Ben. Hardin Helm describes John Todd, the refugee, as a "Scott ish Laird," and that means simply that he owned land in fee and was a landlord, and not at all that he belonged to or was allied with the nobility. Two of hi s grandsons, Andrew and Robert Todd, came with their families to America in 173 7."

From posting on GenForum Dec. 31, 1998 by Linda Wright:

"Branch 20 of the Todd's starts with James Todd b. abt. 1630 in Scotland. His son John (b. 1 650 Scotland d. 1718 Ireland) married twice, 2nd wife was Rose Cornell. Andrew TODD was son by 1st wife and Robert TODD by 2nd. Robert (b. 1697 Armagh co. I rl. & d. 1775 Montomery CO. PA) Robert married twice, first wife was a Smith an d second wife was Isabella Bodley. Children by 1st wife were Rev. John and Dav id TODD. Children with 2nd wife were 1) William, 2) Andrew, 3) Robert, 4) Samu el, 5) Levi, 6) Mary, 7) Elizabeth, 8) Sarah.


From C. Holsapple, cccch00@y ahoo.com, Todd-L Rootsweb mailing list, June 28, 2000:
Johnson, Houston E., an d Annette Gallaher Murphy, The TODD Family History, Annette Gallaher Murphy, 19 82. LDS FILM #1035667, 1984.
From Emily Todd Helm, Kittochtinny Magazine, vol 1 no 1, Jan 1905, pp. 69-70:
"John Todd was presumably a native of Scotland. I t is a tradition of his American descendents that he wore a looped up hat and b uckskin breeches, with long stockings and large silver shoe buckles. He lived a t Drumgare, in Derrynoose parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland, and was buried in Tynan churchyard.
Derrynoose and Tynan were very ancient Irish parishes. The early D errynoose parish church stood in the townland of Lisatarkelt, in the part of th e parish that is in the barony of Tiranny. As early as 1430 the provision made for the vicar by the college of Colidei of Armagh, to which it was appropricate , was so small that no one could be found to accept the benefice. After the Pla ntation of Ulster Derrynoose and Tynan were united by the Crown and became one rectory. Nearly a century of dissatisfaction with the
union followed, and fina lly in 1709-12 it was terminated. Other charges were made from time to time.
D errynoose is now the rectory of Keady.
For more than a century before the Plan tation the territory from Tynan to Keady and from Madan church to Navanfort and theBlackwater was the heart of the O'Neill's country. Tynan parish thus becam e the centre of the efforts of the great Earl of Tyrone to preserve his suprema cy, and of the Lord Deputy of Queen Elizabeth and King James I to rule the Nort h. After the suppression of the great rebellion of 1641 Tynan also became the c entre of the efforts to establish the supremacy of the English Church in Irelan d.
It appears both from his environment and the provisions in his will affecti ng the parishes of Derrynoose and Tynan that John Todd was a Churchman, but the fact that his descendants in America are
Presbyterians may be accounted for b y the Presbyterian influences that surrounded theAncestral File Number:<AFN> K7D8-58
[John Todd.FTW]

SOURCE NOTES:
Chamberl ain, Gretchen French, R. C. Todd, and Rev. David Todd, Descendents of
Hugh TOD D of Pennsylvania, Buford Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution,
Hunting ton, W. VA, 1948. LDS film#0875405 item#9.

Cooper, Chris R, LDS Ancestral F ile submission AF91-101357, 2262 Pinto St, La
Verne, CA 91750.

Helm, Emily Todd, "TODD Family, based on the manuscript of Emily Todd Helm",
series of mag azine articles in Kittochtinny Magazine, vol 1ff, 1905, p69-383
(with gaps). LDS FILM#0176612#1 (installments 1-3).

Johnson, Houston E., and Annette Gall aher Murphy, The TODD Family History,
Annette Gallaher Murphy, 1982. LDS FILM #1035667, 1984.

Seilhamer, G. O., Kittochtinny Magazine, vol 1 no 1, Jan 19 05, Editor's Table
p105.

RESEARCH NOTES:
John Todd was presumable a native of Scotland. It is a tradition of his
American descendents that he wore a lo oped up hat and buckskin breeches, with
long stockings and large silver shoe b uckles. He lived at Drumgare, in
Derrynoose parish, Co. Armagh, Ireland, and was buried in Tynan churchyard.

Derrynoose and Tynan were very ancient Irish parishes. The early Derrynoose
parish church stood in the townland of Lisata rkelt, in the part of the parish
that is in the barony of Tiranny. As early a s 1430 the provision made for the
vicar by the college of Colidei of Armagh, t o which it was appropricate, was
so small that no one could be found to accept the benefice. After the
Plantation of Ulster Derrynoose and Tynan were unite d by the Crown and became
one rectory. Nearly a century of dissatisfaction wi th the union followed, and
finally in 1709-12 it was terminated. Other charge s were made from time to
time. Derrynoose is now the rectory of Keady.

For more than a century before the Plantation the territory from Tynan to
Keady a nd from Madan church to Navanfort and the Blackwater was the heart
of the O'Ne ill's country. Tynan parish thus became the centre of the efforts
of the grea t Earl of Tyrone to preserve his supremacy, and of the Lord Deputy
of Queen El izabeth and King James I to rule the North. After the suppression
of the grea t rebellion of 1641 Tynan also became the centre of the efforts to
establish t he supremacy of the English Church in Ireland.

It appears both from his envi ronment and the provisions in his will affecting
the parishes of Derrynoose an d Tynan that John Todd was a Churchman, but the
fact that his descendants in A merica are Presbyterians may be accounted for by
the Presbyterian influences t hat surrounded them in Armagh.

The Presbyterian congregation of Tynan can be traced back in the record of the
General Synod of Ulster to 1691. The meetin g house was that now known as
Lisloony - the fort of O'Loony - which took its name from the townland in
which it stands. The townland obtained its name fro m the splendid
double-ringed fort crowning the hill overlooking Tynan. The co ngretation was
scattered over a wide district and embraced parts of the counti es of Armagh,
Monaghan, and Tyrone. It was known previous to 1702 as the cong regation of
Kinaird, now Caledon, taking its name from the principal town in t he district,
although Kinaird was in an adjoining parish. The Kinaird congreg ation
embraced the sounthern part of the barony of Tyranny in the county Armag h,
extending as far north as Eglish, and it included a large slice of the baro ny
of Armagh, extending to within a couple of miles of Armagh city and a like
distance from Keady. In Monaghan it took in the barony of Truagh, and in
Tyr one it embracced the territory of Winterburn, and extended to within two
miles of Aughnacloy. The Rev. William Ambrose was the first minister.

The distri ct in which Mr. Todd settled and where he died not only possessed a
varied his toric interest, but from this region in the eighteenth century came
many emigr ants to Pennsylvania, including two, and perhaps Parents: John Or James TODD and Isabelle PARKER. Parents: Sir James TODD.

Spouse: Rose CORNELL. Children were: Andrew TODD.

Spouse: Isabella BRADLEY. John TODD and Isabella BRADLEY were married in Jan.1794 [John Todd.FTW]

SOURCE NOTES:
date: first marriage [Ref: Johnson], names: J ohn TODD & Isabella BADLEY [Ref:
LDS AF] John TODD & Isabella BODLEY or Isabel la PARKER [Ref: Johnson] Children were: James TODD, Samuel TODD, Robert TODD, William TODD, Elizabeth TODD, Esther TODD, Samuel TODD.


John TODD7,2531 was born about 1717 in Baltimore Co., MD.2533 1 _FA1
2 PLAC FHL Ancestral File Parents: Lancelot TODD and Elizabeth ROCKHOULD.


John TODD7,51 was born about 1719 in County Down, Ireland.3777 He died on 27 Jul 1793 in Virginia.3777 Excerpt from "Historic Families of Kentucky," by Thomas Marshall Green, Reprint ed for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Md., 1996, ori ginally published 1889, p. 209-210:

"John Todd, the oldest son of Robert (th e emigrant) by his first wife, graduated at Princeton in 1749, a member of the second class admitted to a degree by that institution; was licensed by the New Brunswick Presbytery in the following year, and ordained by same body 1751. H e then went to Virginia on invitation of Rev. Sam. Davies, whom he assisted in ministering to the several congregations of which that patriotic divine was pas tor. Parson Todd for many years taught a classical school in Virginia. Taking an active interst in the early settlement of Kentucky, his great solicitude wa s to provide for the educational and religious wants of the emigrants. He used his influence to obtain from the Virginia Legislature the charter for Transylv ania Seminary, which was opened at the home of his friend, David Rice, in Febru ary 1785, and it was he who gave to that institution the first library ever bro ught to Kentucky. Though it is not known that he ever came in person to Kentuc ky, no account of the early times in the state will be satisfactory that does n ot commemorate his zeal and his virtue."


From "Todd Family," by Emily Todd Helm, Kittochtinney Magazine, published by G.O. Seilhamer, Chambersburg, Penns ylvania, Vol. 1, No. 1 (January 1905), pp. 73-75:
"JOHN TODD, (born in Co. Arm agh, Ireland, in 1719 -- died July 27, 1793) son of Robert and ------- (Smith) Todd, was brought to Pennsylvania by his father, in 1737. He was then a young man of eighteen years of age, and had probably received the groundwork of his e ducation in Ireland. It is likely that he was brought up in the communion of t he established Church in his native land, and there is no evidence that he ever studied at the Log College of Neshaminy. All that is known of his early years is that he was graduated at the College of New Jersey at Newark, with its seco nd class, in 1749, when he was thirty years old. There is a tradition that in early life he was a weaver. That he enetered college to prepare for the Presby terian ministry is clear from the fact that he was taken on trials by the Presp ytery of New Brunswick, May 7, 1750. He was licensed No.v, 13, 1750, and went to Virginia on the pressing appeal of the Rev. Samuel Davies, pastor of the Pre sbyterian congregation in Hanover, Va., who asked the Presytery when he entered on trials to endeavor to prevail on him to engage in the work in Virginia, whe n licensed. Davies had a large field, having seven congregations -- three in H anover, one in Henrico, one in Louisa, and two others then recently organized. In 1748 he sought the services of John Rodgers, just then licensed by the Newc astle Presbytery, but the General Court at Williamsburg refused to permit Rodge rs to qualify under the Toleration Act. In spite of such illiberal restriction s Todd determined to apply for license when a call for him was laid before the Newcastle Presbytery, May 22, 1751, and he was ordained for his work. He was m ore fortunate with the General court than Rodgers, who had been warned not to p reach in Virginia under penalty of a year's imprisonment.

. . . The charge to which Mr. Todd was called was known as Providence. It was in Louisa County, and comprised 'the upper part' of Davies' field. He was installed in November, 1752, the Rev. Mr. Davies preaching the sermon. He remained with this charge during his whole ministerial life, a period of forty-two years. Besides his pa storal duties he taught a classical school for many years. He became intereste d in teh early emigration from Virginia to Kentucky and used his influence to o btain from the Virginia Legislature a charter for Transylvania Seminary. Throu gh the Rev. Dr. Gordon, of Stepney, London, he secured scientific apparatus and valuable books that he gave to the Rev. David Ri Parents: Robert TODD and Ann SMITH.


Colonel John TODD3,7,51,206 was born on 27 Mar 1750 in Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania.3455 He died on 18 Aug 1782 in Blue Licks, Kentucky.3,206 He is reference number 65763. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Colonel
Excerpt from "Historic Families of Kentucky," by Th omas Marshall Green, originally published Cincinnati, 1889, reprinted for Clear field Co., by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1996, p. 211:

"The old est son of David Todd and Hannah Owen, John, was educated in Virginia by his un cle, Parson John Todd, studied law, and became one of the deputy surveyors empl oyed by Col. Wm. Preston. He is asserted by John Mason Brown to have been an a ide to Gen'l. Andrew Lewis in the battle of Point Pleasant. He came to Kentuck y early in 1775, and was at St. Asaphs with John Floy and Gen'l Logan in the sp ring of that year. He represented St. Asaphs in the abortive attempt to establ ish the territorial government of Transylvania. In 1777, he was one of the fir st two burgesses sent by Kentucky Co. to the Virginia General Assembly. He suc ceeded George Rogers Clarke in command at Kaskaskia, and was for several years civil governor and colonel of the company of Illinois. When Bryant's Station w as besieged, in August 1782, Col. Todd was again in Kentucky. With such men as could be assembled at Lexington, and with the forces at Boonesboro and Harrod sburg, he marched without waiting for Gen'l. Logan with the well-equipped veter an fighters of Lincoln, and fell at the Blue Licks. While a Burgess at Richmon d he married Jane Hawkins, by whom he had a daughter. This daughter married fi rst, Col. Russell, and after his death became the second wife of Robert Wicklif fe, Sr. Her son by Russell dying, she made a deed of gift to her second husba nd by which all the large estate of Col. John Todd passed to the family of Mr. Wickliffe, to the exclusion of those of her own blood. Mildred Hawkins, a sist er of Jane, married Capt. Pierce Butler of the Revolution, and was the mother o f Major Thomas L., Gen'l William O., and Richard Butler, of Carrollton, and of the late Pierce Butler of Louisville.

Col. John Todd was the best educated a nd most accomplished, and is represented to have been the most richly endowed b y nature, of all the early pioneers and surveyors of Kentucky."


Excerpt fr om "History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois - Centennial R ecord," by John Carroll Power, 1876:

"John Todd, under commission from Patri ck Henry, Governor of Virginia, dated Dec. 12, 1778, at Williamsburg, then the capital of the State, was authorized to establish the county of Illinois. He w as styled in his commission the County Lieutenant Commandant. As such he organ ized the county, and thus became in fact, though not in name, the first Governo r of Illinois. His first act was to issue a proclamation with reference to lan d titles, June 15, 1779. Nearly three years later he had been to Virginia, and on his way back made it convenient ot visit his family in Kentucky. While at Lexington, news came that the Indians west of the Ohio river were crossing over into Kentucky. Colonel Todd, as one of the commanders, was slain at the battl e of Blue Licks, August 18, 1782."

From Emma Siggins White, "Descendants of John Walker of Wigton," 1902, p. 56:

"John, Robert and Levi Todd were educat ed in Va., in a school taught by their uncle, Rev. John Todd. The eldest, Col. John Todd, studied law, and was the first civil governor and Lieutenant Comman der of Illinois. These three brothers were in the Revolutionary War under Gen. George Rogers Clarke.

Col. John Todd was appointed by Patrick Henry, Dec. 1 2, 1778, Lt. Commander of Illinois. He represented Kentucky in the General Ass embly of Virginia in 1778, and his brothers formed a part of the expedition to Illinois County. For three years Col. John Todd held the responsible position of Lt. Cmdr. In 1780 he was again chosen a delegate to the Virginia Legislatu re. In this year Kentucky (county) was divided into 3 counties, Lincoln, Jeffe rson, and Fayette; and Thomas Jefferson, then governor of Virginia, appointed Col. John Todd colonel of Fayette County, Daniel Parents: David TODD and Hannah OWENS.

Spouse: Jane HAWKINS. Colonel John TODD and Jane HAWKINS were married. Reference Number:1102895


John Or James TODD7,168,1794 was born in 1639 in Scotland.1794 He died in 1718.1794 Ancestral File Number:<AFN> K7D8-3W
[John Todd.FTW]

SOURCE NOTES:
Cooper, Chris R, LDS Ancestral File submission AF91-101357, 2262 Pinto St, La
Verne, C A 91750.

Johnson, Houston E., and Annette Gallaher Murphy, The TODD Family H istory,
Annette Gallaher Murphy, 1982. LDS FILM #1035667, 1984.

RESEARCH N OTES:
The family lived in Forfer, Angus County Scotland in 1667, then moved to
Fenwick and finally Dungar, Scotland.

They fled with their three boys to N orthern Ireland in 1679. Two of their
boys aged 8 and 10 drowned which was a great sorrow to them. [Ref: Johnson]

SOURCE NOTES:
date: [Ref: Johnson], pl ace: [Ref: Johnson]

RESEARCH NOTES:
name: John [Ref: LDS AF] John or James [Ref: Johnson]

SOURCE NOTES:
date: [Ref: Johnson]

Spouse: Isabelle PARKER. Children were: Robert TODD, James TODD, John TODD.


John Rev. TODD7,168,1794 was born in 1719 in Co. Armagh, Ireland.1794 He died on 27 Jul 1793 in Louisa Co, VA.1794 Ancestral File Number:<AFN> QH81-0Q
[John Todd.FTW]

SOURCE NOTES:
Chamberl ain, Gretchen French, R. C. Todd, and Rev. David Todd, Descendents of
Hugh TOD D of Pennsylvania, Buford Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution,
Hunting ton, W. VA, 1948. LDS film#0875405 item#9.

Cooper, Chris R, LDS Ancestral F ile submission AF91-101357, 2262 Pinto St, La
Verne, CA 91750.

Helm, Emily Todd, "TODD Family, based on the manuscript of Emily Todd Helm",
series of mag azine articles in Kittochtinny Magazine, vol 1ff, 1905, p69-383
(with gaps). LDS FILM#0176612#1 (installments 1-3).

Johnson, Houston E., and Annette Gall aher Murphy, The TODD Family History,
Annette Gallaher Murphy, 1982. LDS FILM #1035667, 1984.

LDS IGI

RESEARCH NOTES:
Brought to Pennsylvania by his father in 1737. He was then a young man of
eighteen years of age, and had pro bably received the groundwork of his
education in Ireland. It is likely that he was brought up in the communion of
the established Church in his native lan d, and there is no evidence that he
ever studied at the Log College of Neshami ny. All that is known of his early
years is that he was graduated at the Coll ege of New Jersey at Newark, with
its second class, in 1749, when he was thirt y years old. There is a tradition
that in early life he was a weaver. That h e entered college to prepare for
the Presbyterian ministry is clear from the f act that he was taken on trials
by the Prebytery of New Brunswick, May 7, 1750 . He was licensed Nov 13, 1750,
and went to Virginia on the pressing appeal o f the Rev. Samuel Davies, pastor
of the Presbyterian congregation in Hanover, VA, who asked the Presbytery when
he entered on trials to endeavor to prevail on him to engage in the work in
Virginia, when licensed. Davies had a large f ield, having seven congregations
- three in Hanover, one in Henrico, one in Lo uisa, and two others then
recently organized. In 1749 he sought the services of John Rodgers, just then
licensed by the Newcastle Presbytery, but the Gener al Court at Williamsburg
refused to permit Rodgers to qualify under the Tolera tion Act. In spite of
such illiberal restrictions Todd determined to apply fo r license when a call
for him was laid before the Newccastle Presbytery, May 2 2, 1751, and he was
ordained for his work. He was more fortunate with the Gen eral Court than
Rodgers, who had been warned not to preach in Virginia under p enalty of a
year's imprisonment. The following action was taken, Wednesday, A pril 22,
1752:
Present: Wm. Fairfax, John Bliss, Wm. Nelson, Esq., Wm. Dawson , D.D., John
Lewis, Thos. Nelson, Philip Grymes, Peyton Randolph, Richard Corb in, Philip
Ludwell, Esq.
John Todd a dissenting minister this day in court to ok the oath appointed by
the act of parliment instead of the oath of allegianc e and supremacy and the
abrogation oath, and subscribed the last mentioned on oath and releated and
subscribed the test and therupon on his motion, he is al lowed to officiate as
an assistant to Samuel Davies, a dissenting minister, in such places as are
already licensed by this court for meeting of dissenters.

The charge to which Mr. Todd was called was known as Providence. It was in
Louisa county, and comprised "the upper part" of Davies' field. He was
insta lled in November, 1752, the Rev. Mr. Davies preaching the sermon. He
remained with this charge during his whole ministerial life, a period of
forty-two yea rs.

Besides his pastoral duties he taught a classical school for many years. He
became interested in the early emigration from Virginia to Kentucky and us ed
his influence to obtain from the Virginia Legislature a charter for
Transy lvania Seminary. Through the Rev. Dr. Gordon, of Stepney, London, he
secured scientific apparatus and valuable books that he gave to the Rev.
David Rice to aid in founding the seminary.

Mr. Todd was for many years a leading man in the Presbytery east of the Blue
Ridge. He was o Parents: Robert TODD and Ann SMITH.


Johnson TODD2,3 died on 13 Mar 1870 in , Montgomery Co., IN.2,3 He is reference number 30719. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Descendants of Robert and John Poage, Pioneer Settlers in Augusta County, Virginia, " based on the manuscript collection of Prof. Andrew Woods Williamson, Henry Martyn Williamso n, and John Guy Bishop, supplemented & arranged by Robert Bell Woodworth (Staunton, VA: McClu re Printing Co., 1954) p.964. FHL film 1,613,115, item 1.

! Death: (1) 13 Mar 1870.

(1) Farmer.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Descendants of Robert and John Poage, Pioneer Settlers in Augusta County, Virginia, " based on the manuscript collection of Prof. Andrew Woods Williamson, Henry Martyn Williamso n, and John Guy Bishop, supplemented & arranged by Robert Bell Woodworth (Staunton, VA: McClu re Printing Co., 1954) p.964. FHL film 1,613,115, item 1.

! Death: (1) 13 Mar 1870.

(1) Farmer.

Spouse: Mary HANNAH. Johnson TODD and Mary HANNAH were married on 28 Feb 1831.2,3 Reference Number:578144


Joseph Dale TODD3,645 was born on 8 May 1918 in Horry County, South Carolina.3,645 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: 1920 Census]3,645 He died on 10 Dec 1960 in Horry County, South Carolina.3,645 He was buried Unknown in Carter Cemetery, Horry County, SC.3,645 He is reference number 55606. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Joseph Dale Todd, is buried in the Carter Cemetery, in Horry County, South Carolina. (WSH) Parents: Joseph Townsend TODD and Lela HARDEE.


Joseph J. TODD.394

Spouse: Avery Ann HARDEE.


Joseph Townsend TODD3,645 was born on 5 Oct 1893 in Horry County, South Carolina.3,645 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: 1900 Census]3,645 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: 1910 Census]3,645 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: 1920 Census]3,645 He died on 9 Jul 1971 in Horry County, South Carolina.3,645 He is reference number 55846. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Joseph T. Todd, is buried in the Carter Cemetery, in Horry County, South Carolina.
Joseph Townsend Todd, is listed in the WW I, Draft Registrations, of Horry County, SC, ( b. 5 Oct. 1893; wife, child, farmer, Allsbrook District.)
In the 1920 Horry County, census of Simpson Creek, Township, Joe Todd, is listed as head of household # 377, with his wife Lela, and 2 children, he is listed as a farmer. (WSH) Parents: William Chancey TODD and Martha E. BOYD.

Spouse: Lela HARDEE. Joseph Townsend TODD and Lela HARDEE were married. Reference Number:958208 Children were: Living TODD, Larue Tifton TODD, Joseph Dale TODD, William Shelton TODD, Mary Reba TODD.


Lancelot TODD7,191 died in 1690. Parents: Thomas TODD and Ann GORSUCH.

Spouse: Sarah PHILLIPS. Children were: Elizabeth Sisson Todd.


Lancelot TODD7,2531 was born in 1674 in Anne Arundel Co., MD.2533 He died on 16 Jun 1735 in Anne Arundel Co., MD.2533 1 _FA1
2 PLAC FHL Ancestral File Parents: Thomas II TODD and SARAH.

Spouse: Elizabeth ROCKHOULD. Children were: Sarah TODD, Thomas TODD, Ruth TODD, Lancelot TODD, John TODD, Nathan TODD.


Lancelot TODD7,2531 was born in 1716 in Baltimore Co., MD.2533 He died in 1775.2533 1 _FA1
2 PLAC FHL Ancestral File Parents: Lancelot TODD and Elizabeth ROCKHOULD.


Larue Tifton TODD3,645 was born on 5 Jul 1915 in Horry Co, South Carolina.3,645 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: 1920 Census]3,645 He died on 1 May 1998 in Hampton, Virginia.3,645 He was buried Unknown in Mt. Leon Cemetery, Horry County, SC.3,645 He is reference number 55605. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Larue T. Todd, is buried in the Mt. Leon Cemetery, in Horry County, South Carolina. He was a retired tobacco farmer. (WSH) Parents: Joseph Townsend TODD and Lela HARDEE.


Letitia TODD3,206 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 65796. Parents: David TODD and Eliza BARR.

Spouse: Edwin BRECK. Edwin BRECK and Letitia TODD were married. Reference Number:1103144


Levi TODD3,206 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 65809. Parents: Robert Smith TODD and Ann Eliza PARKER.

Spouse: Louisa SEARLES. Levi TODD and Louisa SEARLES were married. Reference Number:1103313


Levi TODD.51,2895 Parents: Robert TODD and Isabella HAMILTON.


Major General Levi TODD3,7,51,206 was born in Oct 1756 in Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania.3,206,3771 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He died on 6 Sep 1807 in Lexington, Kentucky.3,206,3778 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He is reference number 65759. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Major General
1 _FA1
2 PLAC One of the first emigrants to Kentucky
1 _FA2
2 PLAC First clerk of Payette County, Kentucky


Fro m "Robert Stuart and his Descendants," by Robert Stuart Sanders, 1962:

"Majo r General Levi Todd was one of the defenders of the fort at Horrodsburg; he af terwards assisted Logan to hold Fort St. Asaphs at Stanford, Kentucky; was maj or, colonel, brigadier and major general of Kentucky forces till his death in 1 807."


Excerpt from "Historic Families of Kentucky," by Thomas Marshall Gre en, originally published Cincinnati, 1889, reprinted for Clearfield Co., by Gen ealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1996, p. 212-213:

"Levi, third son of D avid Todd and Hannah Owen, was born in Pennsylvania, 1756; was educated with h is elder brothers in Virginia; with them studied law, became a surveyor, came e arly to Kentucky, and at first seems to have been one of the defenders of the f ort at Harrodsburg; afterward he assisted Logan to hold St. Asaphs. He was st ationed at St. Asaphs when he married Jane or Betsy Briggs. Afterward, he fort ified Todd's Station, in Jessamine, whence he removed to Lexington, where he wa s a purchaser at the first sale of lots, 1781. He was a clerk of the first cou rt of quarter sessions held in Harrodsburg, spring 1777; was a member of both the Danville conventions of 1785, and of that of 1787. When Fayette Co. was f ormed, he was appointed its first clerk, and held the office until his death in 1807. He was a lieutenant under George Rogers Clarke against Kaskaskia, and V incennes; was with Logan in the attack upon the Indian town when Bowman's pani c thwarted the well-concerted plan; was major of Logan's Lincoln Co. regiment, and participated in two other expeditions against the Indians of Ohio and Indi ana; and was a major in the hottest of the fight at Blue Licks, where his gall ant and gifted brother fell. Afterward, he became brigadier and then a major- general. Those military titles were won by actual service; his reputation w as secured by real and hard fighting. A solid, substantial, enterprising citi zen; a sensible, intelligent, well-educated man; a consistent Presbyterian; a valuable and faithful public servant; a good soldier; - of course he was re spected at a time when those qualities were most useful and honored. Gen'l. Le vi Todd and Jane or Betsy Briggs were the parents of 11 children. After the d eath of his first wife, Gen'l. Todd married Mrs. Tatum, by whom he had a son - James - the father of Dr. L. B. Todd, of Lexington."

Excerpt from "Centenni al History - History of Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois," by John C arroll Power, 1876 (http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilsangam/1876/todd.htm):

"Levi Todd, the youngest of the three [brothers], was engaged in the early Indian war s in Kentucky, and was a lieutenant under Colonel Clark in the expedition that left Corn Island, opposite Louisville, and captured Fort Gates and the village of Kaskaskia, July 4, 1778. M. Rocheblave, the commander of the fort, was so m ortified at his having been surprised and captured without firing a gun, that h e would not accept any courtesies from his captors, and was sent under a milita ry guard to Virginia. Lieutenant Levi Todd commanded the squad of soldiers who took the prisoner back. He afterwards acquired the title of General, was cler k of the second court of Fayette County, Kentucky, the greater part of his life , and lived and died in Lexington."

From WFT #3603:
"Appointed clerk of Fay ette County Court (1780-1807) by Kentucky's first
governor, Isaac Shelby.

Built first house in Fayette Co., KY. Named house "Ellerslie" after the smal l Scottish village where his 16th century Todd ancestors had lived.

Buried i n Lexington Cemetery. Tombstone reads, "General Levi Todd - a
youthful advent urer to Kentucky and active in its defense in the most perilous time."


Exc erpt from the Reminiscences from the Life of Col. Parents: David TODD and Hannah OWENS.

Spouse: Jane BRIGGS. Major General Levi TODD and Jane BRIGGS were married. _STATMARRIED Children were: Hannah TODD, Robert Smith TODD, Elizabeth TODD, Dr. John TODD, Nancy TODD, David TODD, Jane Briggs TODD, Roger North TODD.


Levi TODD7,168,1794 was born in Aug 1758 in Trappe, Montgomery Co, PA.1794 Ancestral File Number:<AFN> QH80-KJ
[John Todd.FTW]

SOURCE NOTES:
Cooper, Chris R, LDS Ancestral File submission AF91-101357, 2262 Pinto St, La
Verne, C A 91750.

Helm, Emily Todd, "TODD Family, based on the manuscript of Emily To dd Helm",
series of magazine articles in Kittochtinny Magazine, vol 1ff, 1905, p69-383
(with gaps). LDS FILM#0176612#1 (installments 1-3).

Johnson, Hous ton E., and Annette Gallaher Murphy, The TODD Family History,
Annette Gallaher Murphy, 1982. LDS FILM #1035667, 1984.

LDS IGI

SOURCE NOTES:
date: [Re f: LDS AF, LDS IGI F867278-32 #1396251] 1758 [Ref: Johnson], place:
[Ref: LDS AF, LDS IGI F867278-32 #1396251], parents: [Ref: Helm p71, Johnson] Parents: Robert TODD and Isabella HAMILTON.


Levi O TODD7,168,1794,2897 was born in 1819 in Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky.2897 1 BIRT
2 DATE 1819
2 PLAC Lexington, Fayette Co, KY
2 SOUR S007114
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Feb 21, 2000
2 SOUR S007104
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Feb 2, 2000


[John Todd.FTW]

SOURCE NOTES:
Helm, Emily Todd, "TODD Family, based on the manuscript of Emily Todd Helm",
series of ma gazine articles in Kittochtinny Magazine, vol 1ff, 1905, p69-383
(with gaps). LDS FILM#0176612#1 (installments 1-3).

Johnson, Houston E., and Annette Gal laher Murphy, The TODD Family History,
Annette Gallaher Murphy, 1982. LDS FIL M #1035667, 1984.

LDS IGI

SOURCE NOTES:
date: [Ref: Johnson, LDS IGI #17 60906, LDS IGI #1760933] abt 1818 [Ref: LDS
IGI 5026848-46 #1553837], place: [ Ref: LDS IGI #1760906, LDS IGI #1760933],
parents: [Ref: Helm p262, Johnson] Parents: Robert Smith TODD and Ann Eliza PARKER.


Living TODD.3

Spouse: Living VALENTINE. Children were: Living TODD, Living TODD.


Living TODD.3 Parents: Living TODD and Living VALENTINE.

Spouse: Living LEWIS. Children were: Living TODD.

Spouse: Living KLIETHERMES. Children were: Living TODD, Living TODD.


Living TODD.3 Parents: Living TODD and Living VALENTINE.

Spouse: Dennis Alan BISHOP. Children were: Living BISHOP, Anthony Joseph BISHOP.


Living TODD.3 Parents: Living LOWE.


Living TODD.3

Spouse: Living BAILEY.


Living TODD.3

Spouse: Living WEBB. Children were: Living TODD.


Living TODD.3 Parents: Living TODD and Living WEBB.

Spouse: Living WEBB.


Living TODD.3 Parents: Living TODD and Living KLIETHERMES.


Living TODD.3 Parents: Living TODD and Living KLIETHERMES.


Living TODD.3 Parents: Living TODD and Living LEWIS.


Living TODD.3 Parents: Joseph Townsend TODD and Lela HARDEE.


Living TODD.3 Parents: Simon Franklin TODD and Living HARDEE.

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