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Susan C. TODD3,281,474 was born about 1856.3,281 She was also known as Susan C Todd.3,475 She died Unknown in Y.3,281 She is reference number 52664. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3 [boyd-trees.ged]







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Family Record, Descendants of John and Mary-Fulton-Boyd, Mo nograph, prepared by M. Hillis Boyd, Freeport, PA.

Spouse: Theodore S NEGLEY. Theodore S NEGLEY and Susan C. TODD were married on 25 Oct 1876.3,281,474,475 Reference Number:844293


Thomas TODD7,191 was born on 12 Sep 1619 in Denton, Durham, England. He died on 30 May 1675 in At Sea/North Parish, Patapsco River, Baltimore County, MD.. Name Prefix:<NPFX> Captain.
Captain Thomas Todd of Virginia and Baltimore Coun ty was baptized in Denton, England in 1619. He came to Virginia in 1637 and wa s granted lands in New Norfolk Count for transporting four persons. He patente d Toddsbury in Gloucester County in 1652 and there he erected a dwelling for hi s wife and children. Toddsbury was inherited by his oldest son Thomas Todd. T he simple but beautifully-proportioned house of Toddsbury is still standing and has been restored and furnished with antiques by its present owner. It is some times opened to visitors in Garden Tour Week.

Captain Thomas Todd was a sh ipowner, owning the ships Augustine and Virginia. He had extensive land holdin gs in Virginia as well as in Maryland.

The name of Captain Thomas Todd of To ddsbury appears in Maryland records of August 17, 1664, in connection with thep urchase of lands on Patapsco River. He described himself as living in Gloucest er County, Virginia. In 1669, designating himself a resident of Patapsco River , Captain Thomas Todd purchased North Point, a tract of 300 acres on the north side of the Patapsco. This was the site of the famous Battle of North Point,fo ught on September 12, 1814 between the American and British forces in the War o f 1812. In June 1669 Captain Thomas Todd purchased 400 acres of additional lan dss and in 1670 he received warrants for 1200 acres for having transported 24 p ersons to Maryland. He was a burgess of baltimore County in 1674 and 1675. The will of Captain Thomas Todd was probated on May 20, 1677. By it he devised to his brother Christopher Todd of London a tract of land called Todley situaated in Queens Anne County, Maryland. Through Christopher Todd the Todds have been traced to Denton in Durham COunty, England.

Captain Thomas Todd marriedAnn Gorsuch, the daughter of Rev. John Gorsuch, whose wife Ann was a daughter of Si r William Lovelace, and sister of Richard Lovelace, the poet, and of Colonel Fr ancis Lovelace, Gov. of New York. The Gorsuch-Lovelace ancestry is a distingui shed one. Rev. John Gorsuch was a staunch supporter of King Charles I and, acc ording to tradition, he net his death in 1647 when the Puritans caused himto be smothered in a haystack. The widow Gorsuch then came to Virginia with the ch ildren, as her brother, Colonel Francis Lovelace, was in Virginia at thattime.
After the death of Captain Thomas Todd, his widow Ann Gorsuch Todd married Ca ptain David Jones, who lived at Cole's Harbor, part of the site of the city of Baltimore. Ccaptain Jones, who gave his name to Jones Falls, the streamwhich r uns through Baltimore, arising in the Green Spring Valley, had a dwelling house at what is approximately the corner of High and Fayette Streets in downtown Ba ltimore. This tract, originally Cole's Harbor, was later repatented byJames To dd, son of Captain Thomas Todd, and called Todd's Range. It extended from Broa dway on the east to Howard Street on the west, the northern boundary being Madi son Street and the southern boundary the Baltimore waterfront. When Baltimore Town was established in 1729 Todd's Range was subdivided into buildinglots.

Captain David Jones died in 1686 and his widow, Ann Gorsuch Todd Jones, then married Captain John Oldton of Garrison Forest. Captain Oldton was commanding officer of the Baltimore County Rangers at Garrison on the Reisterstown Road. One of the properties which he and his wife owned was Darley Hall, locaated at what is now Harford Road and North Avenue in Baltimore City, extending northwar d to Darley Avenue. This tract was sold to John Ensor in 1697.
FromFirst Fami lies of Howard County, Maryland Parents: William TODD.

Spouse: Ann GORSUCH. Children were: Lancelot TODD.


Thomas TODD7,2531 was born about 1710 in Baltimore Co., MD.2533 1 _FA1
2 PLAC FHL Ancestral File Parents: Lancelot TODD and Elizabeth ROCKHOULD.


Thomas Edwin TODD3,1087 was born in 1856.3,1087 He died in 1949.3,1087 He was also known as Edwin T. Todd. He was buried Unknown in United Presbyterian Cemetery.3,1087 He is reference number 42805.

Spouse: Emma Euena REA. Thomas Edwin TODD and Emma Euena REA were married. Reference Number:765875


Thomas I TODD7,2531 died in 1671.3788 1 _FA1
2 PLAC A shipwright (Anne Arundel Gentry, 181)

Children were: Thomas II TODD.


Thomas II TODD7,2531 died in 1677.3788 He was born in Lower Norfolk Co., VA.3788 1 _FA1
2 DATE ABT. 1650
2 PLAC Probably accompanied his father to the Sev ern
2 SOUR Anne Arundel Gentry
1 _FA2
2 PLAC FHL Ancestral File; Anne Ar undel Gentry Parents: Thomas I TODD.

Spouse: SARAH. Children were: Richard TODD, Lancelot TODD.


Unknown TODD.394

Spouse: Isaac J. HARDEE.


Unknown TODD.394

Spouse: Calvin Pickney HARDEE. Children were: Tally HARDEE, Olive HARDEE.


William TODD3,206 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 65794. Parents: David TODD and Eliza BARR.

Spouse: SEMMES. William TODD and SEMMES were married. Reference Number:1103135


William TODD7,191 was born in 1589 in Denton, Durham, England. Parents: William Gutielumus TODD.

Children were: Thomas TODD.


William TODD7,51,168,1794 was born about 1698 in Ulster, Co. Armagh, Ireland.3772 From "Todd Family," by Emily Todd Helm, Kittochtinney Magazine, published by G. O. Seilhamer, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Vol. 1, No. 1 (January 1905), p. 70:
"WILLIAM may have emigrated to Pennsylvania and been identical with William To dd whose daughter Lydia, and son William were baptized at Abington Presbyterian Church, the former, July 11, 1736, and the latter, Nov. 26, 1738."[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:
may have emigrated to Pennsylvania and been identical with William Todd who se
daughter Lydia and son William were baptized at Abington Presbyterian Churc h,
July 11, 1736, and Nov 26, 1738 [Ref: Helm p70]

SOURCE NOTES:
parents: [Ref: Helm p70, Johnson] Parents: John TODD and Isabella BRADLEY.


William TODD7,51,168,1794 was born in 1739 in Trappe, Montgomery Co, PA.1794 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3789 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3789 He died on 28 Oct 1810 in Unity, PA.1794 Ancestral File Number:<AFN> QH7X-NS
[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

RESEARCH NOTES:
went to Western Pennsylvania about 1765, settling within the present limits of
Bedfor d County. He was one of the judges for the western part of the state in
the e lection of members of the Constitutional Convention of 1776, and was
appointed a justice of the peace in 1778. Soon after he became a justice of
the peace for Bedford, he moved to Westmoreland county, where he settled upon
lands "on both sides of the road leading from Cherry's Mill to Bud's Ferry, on
Youghiogh eny River, Mount Pleasant township." He was a member of the General
Assembly, 1783-1789, in which he opposed the calling of the Pennsylvania
Convention of 1787, of which he was also a member. He voted against the
ratification of the Feberal Constitution. He was also a member of the
Pennsylvania Constitutiona l Convention of 1789-90. He was an Associate Judge
of Westmoreland county, 17 91-94, and a member of the State Senate, 1794-96.
While he was in attendance u pon the Senate during the "Whiskey Insurrection,"
General White, who commanded the New Jersey troops, lodged at his home, where
he indulged in aspersion upo n William Findley, member of Congress from that
district, who was warmly defen ded by Mr. Baldridge, Mr. Todd's son-in-law.
[Ref: Helm p76-77]

He was elec ted to the State Legislature in 1783 and for several suceeding
years. In 1787 he was elected to the State convention which ratified the
Federal Constitutio n; afterward to the State assembly and in 1759 he was
elected a member of the convention which prepared and enacted the present
constitution of the State of Pennsylvania and was appointed one of the first
associate judges under the co nstitution which he about two years afterward
declined on being elected into t he State Senate.
Before he came to Westmoreland County he had been a member of the committee
that preserved order at the commencement of the Revolution. He had a seat on
the bench and was a field officer of the Militia in Bedford Cou nty and to the
last was a zealout friend and supporter of the Republican Const itution of the
State (PA) and of the United States. But few such early patrio ts now remain.
(from Communication (Westmoreland, PA, newspaper), Nov 2, 1810) [Ref: Johnson]

SOURCE NOTES:
date: [Ref: Helm p76, LDS AF, LDS IGI F867278 -32 #1396251] 1729 or 1742 [Ref:
Johnson], place: [Ref: Helm p76, Johnson, LDS AF, LDS IGI F867278-32
#1396251], parents: [Ref: Helm p76, Johnson]

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

RESEARCH NOTES:
date: Oct 1810 [Ref: Helm p76] Oct 28 1810 [Ref: Johnson]Copied from Cheralynn Wilson <charwil@nmia.com> Rootsweb Worldconnect family tr ee:
JV Thompson Journals Vol. 2, 22
William Todd was the father of 11 childre n. Todd Family History pp 76-77 states he went to Western PA abt 1765, settlin g within the present limits of Bedford County. He was one of the judges for th e western part of the state in the election of memebers of the Constitutional C onvention of 1776 & was appointed a justice of the peace in 1778. Soon after t his time, he removed to Westmoreland County where he settled on lands "on both sides of the road leading from Cherry's Mill to Bud's Ferry, on Youghiogheny Ri ver, Mount Pleasant township." He was a member of the General Assembly, 1783- 89, in which he opposed the calling of the Pennsylvania Convention of 1787, of which he was also a member. He voted against the ratification of the Federal C onstitution. He was a member of the PA Constitutional Convention of 1789-90, an d Associate Judge of Westmoreland Co., 1791-94 & a member of the State Senate 1 794-96. During the Whiskey Insurrection, General White, who commanded the New J ersey troops, lodged at Mr. Todd's home, where he indulged in aspersions upon W illiam Findley, member of Congress from that district, who was warmly defended by Mr. Baldridge, Mr. Todd's son-in-law.


From "Todd Family," by Emily Todd Helm, Kittochtinney Magazine, published by G.O. Seilhamer, Chambersburg, Penns ylvania, Vol. 1, No. 1 (January 1905), pp. 76-77:
"WILLIAM TODD, (born at the Trappe, Montgomery Co., Pa., in 1739 -- died Oct., 1810), son of Robert and Isa bella (Hamilton) Todd, went to Western Pennsylvania about 1765, settling within the present limits of Bedford County. He was one of the judges for the wester n part of the state in the election of members of the Constitutional Convention of 1776, and was appointed a justice of the peace in 1778. Soon after he beca me a justice of the peace for Bedford, he removed to Westmoreland county, where he settled upon lands 'on both sides of the road leading from Cherry's Mill to Bud's Ferry, on Youghiogheny River, Mount Pleasant township.' He was a member of the General Assembly, 1783-89, in which he opposed the calling of the Penns ylvania Convention of 1787, of which he was also a member. He voted against th e ratification of the Federal Constitution. He was also a member of the Pennsy lvania Constitutional Convention of 1789-90. He was an Associate Judge of West moreland county, 1791-94, and a member of the State Senate, 1794-96. While he was in attendance upon the Senate during the 'Whiskey Insurrection,' General Wh ite, who commanded the New Jersey troops, lodged at his home, where he indulged in aspersions upon William Findley, member of Congress from that district, who was warmly defended by Mr. Baldridge, Mr. Todd's son-in-law. Mr. Todd married Nov. 27, 1776, Ann Rambo." Parents: Robert TODD and Isabella HAMILTON. Parents: Robert TODD and Isabella HAMILTON.


William TODD3,405 was born about 1779 in VA.3,405 He died WFT Est 1820-1870.3,405 He is reference number 95588. Parents: Richard TODD and Elizabeth RICHARDS.

Spouse: Catherine Robinson WINSLOW. William TODD and Catherine Robinson WINSLOW were married on 12 Apr 1804.3,405 Reference Number:1526059 Children were: Emily Ann Maria TODD, Beverley Winslow TODD, William Hayward TODD, Hugh Blair TODD, Catherine Winslow TODD, Richard John TODD, Mary Frances TODD.


William Chancey TODD3,645 was born on 14 Feb 1872 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 27 Apr 1949.3,645 He was buried Unknown in Royals Cemetery, Horry County, SC.3,645 He is reference number 55844. [boyd-trees.ged]







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In the 1900 Horry County, census of West Simpson Creek Township, District # 66, William C. Todd, is listed as head of household # 129, with his wife Martha E., they are listed as married 10 years and as having had 5 children with 4 still living, all 4 are at home in the 1900 census, William, is listed as a farmer.
In the 1910 Horry County, census of Simpson Creek Township, District # 56, William C. Todd, is listed as head of household # 166, with his wife Martha E., they are listed as married 20 years and as having had 7 children with 6 still living, William, is listed as a farmer. (WSH)

Spouse: Martha E. BOYD. William Chancey TODD and Martha E. BOYD were married. Reference Number:958400 Children were: Jessie E. TODD, Joseph Townsend TODD, Bertha Helen TODD, Simon Franklin TODD, Pearl TODD, Retha M. TODD, Bessie TODD.


William Gutielumus TODD7,191 was born in 1558. He died in Oct 1616.

Children were: William TODD.


William Hayward TODD3,405 was born on 14 Feb 1809 in Fredricksburg, Spotsylvania, VA.3,405 He died WFT Est 1829-1900.3,405 He is reference number 95591. Parents: William TODD and Catherine Robinson WINSLOW.

Spouse: Jane MITCHELL. William Hayward TODD and Jane MITCHELL were married WFT Est 1828-1858.3,405 Reference Number:1526260


William R. TODD.19

Spouse: Mary Jane HALE.


William Shelton TODD3,645 was born on 8 Mar 1924 in Horry Co, South Carolina.3,645 He died on 20 Jul 1991 in Horry Co, South Carolina.3,645 He is reference number 55608. [boyd-trees.ged]







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


Wilson H. TODD3,1087 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 42803.

Spouse: Agnes Catherine REA. Wilson H. TODD and Agnes Catherine REA were married. Reference Number:765854


Andres TODE.5,93,94

Spouse: Elsabe SCHEEL. Children were: Andreas THODE.


Living TODKILL.5,128

Spouse: Living JOHNSON. Children were: Living JOHNSON, Living JOHNSON, Living JOHNSON.


Darlene Marie TODT3,88 was born on 6 Jun 1964.3,88 She died on 1 Mar 1965 in Oran, Scott Co., Missouri.3,88 She was buried Unknown in Guardian Angel Cemetery Oran, Missouri.3,88 She is reference number 69428. Parents: .


John T. TODT.3


Sheran Ann TODT3,88 was born on 6 Aug 1961.3,88 She died on 5 Jan 1963.3,88 She was buried Unknown in Guardian Angel Cemetery Oran, Missouri.3,88 She is reference number 69430. Parents: .


Adela De TOENI7,97 was born about 1030.

Spouse: Robert De TOENI. Robert De TOENI and Adela De TOENI were married in . Children were: Roger De TOENI, Beringar De TOENI, Geffery De TOENI, Adeliza Grantesmesnil De DE TOSNY, Robert De TOENI.


Alice De TOENI7,105,122 was born in 1033 in Tosni, Louviers, Eure, Normandy, France. She died in 1066.262 Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.


Beringar De TOENI7,97 was born about 1065. Parents: Robert De TOENI and Adela De TOENI.


Berthe De TOENI7,70,97 was born about 1017. Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Estephania De BARCELONA.


Constance De TOENI7,67,121 was born about 1225 in Pain Castle, Radnor, Chester, England. She died after 11 Feb 1264/65. She was also known as Constance De Toeni.97 Parents: Ralph VI De TOENI and Petronilla Pernel De LACY.


De TOENI7,70,97 was born about 1040 in . Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.


De TOENI7,129 was born about 1233. He died in Vp. Ancestral File Number:<AFN> HRN5-CQ Parents: Ralph De TOENI and Petronilla Pernel De LACY.


Elbert De TOENI7,70,97 was born about 1025 in Of, Tosni, France. Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.


Eliant (Eliance) De TOENI7,70,97 was born about 1022 in . Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.


Elinant De TOENI7,70,97 was born about 1027 in Of, Tosni, France. Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.


Gazon De Gaxon TOENI7,70,97 was born about 1029 in Of, Tosni, Eure, France. Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.


Geffery De TOENI7,97 was born about 1080. Parents: Robert De TOENI and Adela De TOENI.


Geoffrey TOENI7,67 was born about 1136 in . He was also known as Conches. Parents: Roger III De TOENI and Ida Gertrude De HAINAULT.


Goda De TOENI.67 Parents: Roger III De TOENI and Ida Gertrude De HAINAULT.


Goda De TOENI7,106 was born in 1140 in Eggington, Derbyshire, England. Also Known As:<_AKA> Goda de /Toni/ Parents: Lord Of Flamstead Roger DE TOENI III and Ida Gertrude De HAINAULT.


Godehent De TOENI7,67 was born about 1130 in . She died before 1186. She was also known as Conches. Parents: Roger III De TOENI and Ida Gertrude De HAINAULT.


Helbert De TOENI7,70,97 was born about 1019 in Tosni, Eure, France. He was also known as Elbert. Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.


Isabel De TOENI.97

Spouse: William De ALBINI.


Isabel De TOENI7,67,121 was born about 1240 in . She died after Feb 1264/65. She was also known as Isabel De Toeni.97

Spouse: Roger V De TOENI. Roger V De TOENI and Isabel De TOENI were married before 1255 in .


Mrs-Ralph De TOENI7,97 was born about 974 in .

Spouse: II Ralph DE TOENI. II Ralph DE TOENI and Mrs-Ralph De TOENI were married about 988 in Tosni, Eure, France. Children were: Ralph De TOENI, Roger TOENI De Toeni, Robert De TOENI.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He died about 29 Sep 1239 in At Sea. He was also known as Ralph De Toeni.312 He was born in Of, Flamsted, Hertfordshire, England. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] Ancestral File Number:<AFN> HRN4-BFGIVN Ralph De
SURN TOENI
AFN HRN4-BF
REPO @REPO1097@
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ABBR Ancestral File (R)
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GIVN Ralph De
SURN TOENI
AFN HRN4-BF
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_MASTER Y Parents: . Parents: Roger De TOENI and Constance DE BEAUMONT.

Spouse: Petronilla De MALMAINS.

Spouse: Petronilla DE LACY. Ralph De TOENI and Petronilla DE LACY were married about 1233. _FREL Natural
_MREL Natural
_FREL Natural
_MREL Natural Children were: Roger Ralph De TONEE TOENI, Constance De TONI.

Spouse: Petronilla Pernel De LACY. Ralph De TOENI and Petronilla Pernel De LACY were married before 1234. Children were: De TOENI, Ralph DE TOENI.


Ralph De TOENI7,97 was born about 992 in Of, Tosni, France. Parents: II Ralph DE TOENI and Mrs-Ralph De TOENI.


Ralph De TOENI7,212,328 was born about 1111 in . Parents: William Brito De TOENI and Saint Liz Maud DE SENLIS.


Ralph De TOENI7,312 was born about 1130 in Of, Flamsted, Hertfordshire, England. He died in 1162. GIVN Ralph De
SURN TOENI (DE CONCHES)
AFN GQPM-M2
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DATE 5 OCT 2000
TIME 22:05:04

GIVN Ralph De
SURN TOENI (DE CONCHES)
AFN GQPM-M2
REPO @REPO1097@
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Children were: Roger De TOENI.


Ralph De TOENI7,129 was born about 1255 in Of, Flamsted, Hertfordshire, England. He died before 29 Jul 1295 in , , , France. Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9R30-K4 Parents: Ralph DE TOENI and Mrs Isabel DE TOENI.

Spouse: MARY. Ralph De TOENI and MARY were married. Children were: Countess Alice DE TOENI, Baron Tony Robert De TOENI.


Ralph III De TOENI7,70,97,212 was born about 1025 in Tosni, Eure, France. He died on 24 Mar 1101/2. He was also known as Conches. He was buried in Conches, Seine-Et-Marne, France. Parents: . Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.

Spouse: Lady Isabel Of Nogent DE MONTFORT. Ralph III De TOENI and Lady Isabel Of Nogent DE MONTFORT were married about 1076 in Of, Ile DE France, France. Children were: Roger II De Toeni Or Conches, Ralph IV De TOENI, Godechilde Godeheut De TOENI OR CONCHES, Robert De TOENI OR CONCHES, Godeheut De TOENI OR CONCHES.

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