We begin with descriptions of the families in each of the four counties; then, show the lineages for some of the families, and then at the end is the support data upon which the narratives and family groups are based. In addition, we are preparing a separate nffile that contains all the PA census records for Todd 1790-1850:
There were three Todd families in early
Ann abt 1761
Robert abt 1763 d 1820-30 md Priscilla
2 sons 1800-1810
Robert 1810 md Henrietta b 1827
Robert S 1861
James b 1750 md Martha, remained in Newbury Twp until 1810 and
probably died there abt 1829.
Two sons b 1794-1800 (Joseph 1801-1823, James ?)
Three Dau (Eliz. md Jacob Frankelberger, Mary md John
Kettlewell, Matilda md Wm Frankelberger)
Dau abt 1784
Dau b 1794-1800
Joseph b 1757 d 1793:
Hannah b 1781 md 1800 Thomas Bissett
b 1775/1782 b md 1800 Mary Bissett d
b 1752 (a tanner who lived in
It is possible that
William went to
There are two James Todds in the 1850 census as being born in PA in the 1794-1802 period:
James Todd Green,
The Clark Co OH James was from Washington Co, PA; the other James has not been identified.
Henry appears in
This appears to be a different Henry Todd than the one who
appears in 1778-1782 Cumberland Co tax list, and later in 1790 in
In 1790, there is also a Mary Todd with a son under 16 in
This family may have some relation to the Cumberland County Todds: Naomi Todd (1790), Naomi and George (1800), Naomi and Isaac (1810).
There were four or five Todd families in early
(c) John Todd md Mary Eberman
John Todd b ca 1765 md abt 1784Anna Maria 'Mary' EBERMANN 12 JUL 1766 - 28 DEC 1845 (possibly the Mary of Mt Joy in 1830, b 1770-1780)
John TODD 24 DEC 1785 - 9 JUL 1786
Anna Maria TODD 22 MAY 1787 - 29 MAY 1787
William TODD 23 APR 1788 – ?
John TODD 17 SEP 1790 -?
29 SEP 1793 - ? md : 18 AUG 1811Christopher
16 MAR 1796 - ? (possibly the Thomas of
David TODD 13
APR 1799 – (possibly the David b 1793 of
Sarah TODD 21 JAN 1802
Elisabeth TODD JUL 1805
(d) William and James
Todd of Rapho and
James Todd b 1782
These sons named in will; census gives Son b 1810-20, Son b 1820-30, Son b 1820-1830. Son b 1820-1830
Betsy md Kinsey Cooper
William Todd b prior to 1755
Todd b 1782
Son b 1800-1810
Son b 1800-1810
Son b 1815-1820
Son b 1815-1820
Son b abt1820
William b 1825 PA
Rosanna b 1832
I suspect that Anos/Enos Todd b 1801-04 (Blue Ball, Earl
Twp, Lancaster Co 1840,1850,1860) and Ralph Todd b 1809 (1840
Anos/Enos b 1801-1804 md Sarah b 1798 PA (resided Blue Ball,Earl Twp,Lancaster Co)
Isaac 1830 md Susan b 1834 PA (per 1850), Catharine b 1834 PA (per 1880)
William J b 1854
Mary E. b 1858
John A 1863
George W 1868
Henry N. 1872
Susan C. 1875
Isaac W 1876
Edgar H. 1878
Ralph b 1809 (r Elizabeth, Lancaster Co)
There are three phases of settlement of Todds in Chester Co – one in the 1710s, another in the period between 1755 and 1768, and a later phase after the revolution.
In the first phase came James and John Todd in the 1710s – James and John Todd both appearing on a will of Richard Mason in 1714 – James as executor and John as witness.
By 1719, both James and John appear on a tax list for New Garden Twp.
By 1723, James had bought land on
“White Clay Creek below New Garden” adjacent to lands of John Cain and appears
on tax lists from 1718 to 1750 (1718 in Kennett Twp, 1719-1722 in New Garden,
1724-1750 in London Grove Twp). James
disappeared from the tax lists after 1750 and is assumed, based on the 1767
estate settlement for James Todd in
John Todd appeared also in
John was a Quaker. His son Robert went to York Co, md there in
1760 and died in 1767. Robert had a son
Robert b 1763 who was in York Co in 1790 and migrated to Rostraver Township,
Westmoreland Co by 1794. John’s son William went to Guilford Co, NC where he
married in 1765, went to
In the second phase, there were two families that came to Chester Co
· the family of Mary Todd Lincoln consisting of Robert Todd 1697-1775 who settled in Pikeland Township in 1756 and then moved to Philadelphia Co after his sons secured land grants there beginning 1760 and Andrew Todd d 1791 who settled in East Whiteland Township, Chester Co by 1760
a James Todd settled in
In the third phase, some of the
children and grandchildren of the above two families continued to live in
In the northeast of the county,
Andrew Todd d 1791 moved west to
In the southwest of the county,
James d 1772 left sons John, James and Hugh.
James’ son Hugh died a few months later than his father in nearby
Coleraine Township, Lancaster Co.; James’ son John appears to have moved to
Honeybrook Township by 1790 and West Nantmell Twp by 1800 where he died in 1809
and left a large number of descendants; James’
son James appears in the tax lists for East Nantmell in 1774, 1775, 1780 and
West Nantmell in 1785. He is probably
the James who with wife Susannah buys and sells property in the Nantmells 1774
to 1780. James and Susannah are
mentioned in a land record in 1789 and they are mentioned as friends to Marian
Smyth in East Whiteland Twp in 1803. He
perhaps is the James Todd and wife in the
John Todd d 1809 left sons John
(deceased by 1809), James and William. John’s
son John had moved to
There were some passersbys
also. a Samuel Todd appeared in East
Nantmell in 1774 and 1780 (possibly the Samuel who died in 1803); a David Todd
And there were newcomers:
Dr. William A. Todd b 1762 of Bucks Co,son of
Joseph Todd 1734-1775, married Ann Downing of Downington,
William Todd 1791-1824 seems to have come from
William Todd married Mary (Cloyd) Meredith, a
widow, and settled in
John Todd d 1775
John Todd, b. Abt. 1723, Chester Co., PA; d. Abt. 1794
John b 1766 d 1793/4 md Dolly Payne
John Payne Todd 1792-1849 VA
James 1776 d 1806 md Alice Poultney
William Rogers Todd
Deborah Todd, b. Bef. 1729; d. Menallen MH, Adams Co., PA. md William
Mary Todd, b. 1729, d.1802, PA.,m 1747 John Morton, Chester Co
Ann Todd, b. Abt. 1732, Chester Co., PA; d. NC. Md John Powell 1750
Chester Co; moved to Guildford Co, NC
Margaret Todd, b. Abt. 1734, Chester Co., PA.md 1759 James Wilson,
Jane Todd, b. Abt. 1736, m. HENRY HAYES, 1773, Chester Co., PA.
Robert Todd, b. Abt. 1736, Chester Co., PA; m. HANNAH WIERMAN, 1760 York Co., PA d 1767 York Co
Robert 1810 md Henrietta b 1827
Robert S 1861
Robert TODD (1805-) md Henrietta S. TODD (1828-)
Anna M. TODD (1855-) m.
George M. TODD (Aug 1855-) & Sarah E. (Sep 1856-)
Margaret H. TODD (Oct 1882-)
Robert E. TODD (Nov 1884-)
Horatio N. TODD (Jul 1887-) &
Floyd E. TODD (1916- 18 Jan 2004) & Mary Daughtery
Martha C. TODD (Feb 1891-)
Anna B. TODD (Dec 1893-)
George M. TODD Jr. (Dec 1895-)
William A. TODD (Mar 1898-)
Alfraretta E. TODD (abt 1902-)
Howard W. TODD (1859-)
Robert S. TODD (1861-) & Mary Elizabeth McCLAIN (abt 1868-)
Miller TODD (28Jun1892-23Nov1962)&
Mary Louise TODD (1927-)
Frances S. TODD (1929-)
Marjorie TODD (abt 1896-)
Dorothy TODD (abt 1896-)
Nina TODD (abt 1897-)
Todd, b. 1742, Chester Co., PA; d. 1810
Guilford Co, NC; went to
Ann Ellmore TODD b: 1766
Robert TODD b: 1776 d: Abt 1861
Stephen TODD b: 1777 d: 31 MAR 1874 md Sibbilla WILLIAMS
Joseph TODD b: JUN 1781
Theodate TODD b: JUN 1781 d: 8 MAY 1868
James Todd, b. Abt. 1740, Chester Co., PA md Margaret
William b prior to 1775.
Sarah Todd, B. Abt. 1742, Chester Co., Pa md Mr. McKee.
Elizabeth Todd, b. Abt. 1744 md.Mr. Hodgson
James Todd d 1772 East Nottingham Twp, Chester Co, PA
Hugh b abt 1750 d 1772 Coleraine Twp, Lancaster Co, PA
Hannah md Gilbert Anderson
Mary md McCorkle
John d 1809 East Nantmell, Chester Co, PA md Grizzell
d 1809 Donegal Twp, Washington Co, PA md
John d pr 1827 per court record for sister
William d pr 1827 per court record for sister
Sister md Mr. Barber
Mary md Michael Essick
b 1776 md 1797 d 1850-60 Donegal Twp,
Md William Snodgrass 1764-1841
James b 1780 md Jenetta Harris
David 1804 shoemaker of Warwick Twp 1850-1880
Mills 1810 r west Nantmeal
John 1814 md Elizabeth Pergrin r Uchlan 1850
William b 1820
Sarah b 1824
David b 1829
Rachel b 1831
Jennetta b 1837
William b abt 1780 (1765-1794)
James Todd d 1820 Kennett Twp, Chester Co. md “Biddy” d after 1821
William Todd 1791-1824 Pennsbury Twp, Chester Co, PA md Rebecca Twaddell
Charles Twadell b 1809 d 1874 md Susanna Kennedy
Lewis Kennedy 1832-1889
William James 1857-1933
Ellen Amanda 1861-1945
Mary Louise 1862-1959
Charles Lewis 1864-1946
John Gardner 1865-1936
Marcellus Price 1867-1927
Sarah Elizabeth (Sally) TODD 1871-1944
Emma Laura TODD 1872-1936
Harry Mcclellan TODD 1875-1936
Nancy Adalade TODD 1877-1967
Harriet Naomi (Stella) TODD 1878-1942
Aaron Melvin TODD 1881 - 1926
William Henry 1834-1903
Rebecca J 1846-1890
Louisa b 1811 d 1836
James b 1817 d
Twaddell. b 1820
Augustus b 1859 IL
Robert Twaddell b 1879
Franklin Hupton 1887
There were four phases of settlement of Todds in
Phase I Prior to 1750
Joseph Todd came from Eling,
William Todd and his assumed brother John Todd appear in the
Abington Presbyterian Church baptismal registers as fathers of children
1723-1738. However, they appear to have
lived in Somerset Co NJ 1735-1744 along with their brothers Robert, Andrew and
James. There is no record of their
actually living in
Phase II – 1750-1780
Robert Todd 1697-1775 settled in the Trappe are of
Alexander Todd/Todd married Mary Sharp in the City of
John Todd abt 1736-1793, son of John Todd the Quaker, d 1775
New London, Chester Co, moved to
William Todd a coachmaker was in Phila. between 1774 and
1782 tax lists. He does not seem to
appear in the 1790 and 1800 census in
John Todd, a brewer, appears in the tax lists in 1780 and 1782.
A Moses Todd married Katherine Patterson (dau of Robert
Patterson of Dunlace, Co
A Joseph Todd, a laborer, appears on the 1780 tax list for Pasayunk Twp, and may be the Joseph
Todd who married Ann White in 1770 in St Pauls PE Church or the Joseph Todd who
married in 1788 in Third Presbyterian Church in
Phase III – Post-1780
An Elisha Todd, a carter, appears in the Northern Liberties
and files a will in 1810 with bequests to to the African Benevolent Association
of Bethell Church (where he is a member) and the
Mother: Philes Todd
A sister-in-law or sister: Hester Todd
Nephew: Elisha Todd, son of Hester
A Martha Green, a gentle-woman in her 1798 will mentioned friends William H. Todd Esq and William Todd Senr.
Thomas Todd in
Samuel Todd in Locust Ward in 1810; an
Alice Todd in North Ward in 1810
William Todd in South Mulberry Ward in 1810
Quinten Tod b prior to 1765 with a wife and two daughters who was in East Marlborough Twp Chester Co in 1800 and in South Mulberry Ward in 1810.
Other unaccounted for Todds:
Wm Todd md Jane Cunningham 12/8/1793
Mary Todd md Thomas Hanson Beau/Bean 7/17/1799
Sarah Todd md Benjamin Ford 12/20/1793 St Pauls
John Todd md Mary Henderson 12/10/1797 1st Pres
Isabella Todd md Joseph Barber?Barbara 12/14/1794
Robert Todd, mixed, one male over 16, living next to two Henry Wierman’s, Wm Wireman, Jams Wilson, township not stated
James, Newberry 1-0-3
James, Newberry, 20010-21111, Next door to Joseph Hutton (James 26-45=>1755-1774; 2 sons born 1790-1800, several daughters, wife, and possibly mother?)
Joseph Hutton, Newberry, 01010-12210
Joseph d 1793
William seems to have left.
James, Newberry, 02001-01201 (James over 45, i.e. born prior to 1765, 2 sons b 1794-1800, 3 dau, wife over 45)
From the York Co., PA. Index to Guardian Records, Microfilm #22150 is the following data on TODDS, SIPES/SEIPES [Nothing in Books D, F.]
Book B (1763-1779)
p. 196, TOD, Rob't, Personal Est.
p. 197, TOD, Rob't & Ann Guardian (?)
p. 212, TOD, Joseph, James & Wm.
p. 220, TOD, James, Personal Est.
Book G (1793-1797)
p. 249, TODD owing his guardian,
TODD, Hannah, owing her guardian.
p. 380, TOD, Hanna, her guardian.
Book H (1798-1803)
p. 38, TODD, Joseph, Personal Est.
p. 207, TODD, Owen, rule to take depositions p. 214, TODD, Owen & Hannah report on the
account of their guardians.
Book L (1815-1816)
p. 246, TODD, Wm. Doct (?) Personal Est.
Book P (1826-1829)
p. 406, TODD, James Personal Est.
Citation: Film 1,036,096, Edith Beard
Cannon, Evidences of the TODD Families of
Guardain records will follow these two Admin. accounts:
p. 257 - York Co. Will Bk B:116 - 21 May 1767. Estate of James TODD; Hannah TODD, of Newberry Twp., widow, administratrix. Tenet in 800 pounds. Inventory filed 13 May 1769, totaling 556pounds 9s.11p. Mentions "a tract of land aboute 2 hundred acors situated in Newberry Twp, York Co." Appraisal made 10th day of July 1767. Affixed:
"An instrament of wrighting of a yearly annuity of John Cain to Ann Cain, a former wife of the Deceased James Todd and to 1 Bond from John Cain to Ann Cain payable august ye firs 1721 for 7 pounds supposed to be bad. Han! nah Todd."
p. 257 - Will Bk B:128, 30 July 1767. Estate of Robert TODD, Huntington Twpl. Hannah TODD, widow, administratrix. Tenet in 150 pounds. Inventory filed 27
Aug. 1767, totaling 34 pounds.3s.9p.
p. 257 - Administrative Accounts (Those filed during 1749 -
1850 inclusive; office of the Register of Wills, Court House,
31 Dec 1795. Estate of Joseph TODD.
29 Mar. 1798. Estate of Joseph TODD, 2nd account.
22 May 1801. Estate of Joseph ToddM, Guardianship
10 Nov. 1814. Estate of Dr. W. A. TODD of ____(illegible)
York Co. PA. Guardianship Accounts. Besides the above
source, Evidences of the TODD Families of
Film 22,152. Vol.B (1763-1770)
Vol B:196, 30 Aug. 1768. Hannah TOD [sic], administratrix of Robert TOD, dec'd, shows a balance of 43pounds.9s.2p. The said deceased left a widow Hannah, an only son,Robert, and a dau. Ann. Hannah retains her 1/3 of 14 pounds.5s.5p. She is ordered to pay only son, Robert TOD, 19 pounds.8p. for his 2 shares of balance Hannah pay daughter of intestate, Ann TODm, 9 pounds.10s.4p.3farthings. Court costs 12s.9p.
Vol B:197, 30 Aug. 1768. Hannah TOD comes to court to have Guardians appointed for her son, Robert, 4 years, and dau. Ann, 6 years. Henry Wireman, Huntingdon Twp. was appointed guardian for both children.
Vol.212, 23 March 1769. James TOD, 19 years &
William TOD, 17 years, the orphan children of James TOD, dec'd, late of
Newberry Twp. ask court to allow them to choose a guardian. William
Willis, Manchester Twp. and William Leas,
Vol.B:212, 23 March 1769. Joseph Updegraff petitions the Court to appoint the same guardians as above for Joseph TOD, aged 12 years, one of the children of James TOD late of Newberry Twp.
Vol.B:220, 9 April 1769. Petition recites that Hannah Martin, the now wife of James Martin and late widow of James TODD, late of Newberry Twp. dec'd has not settled her administration account of said deceased's estate.
Vol.B:220, 29 April 1769. Wm. Willis and Wm. Leas, Guardians of James, William and Joseph TOD, children of the late James TOD, complains Hannah Martin, the new wife of James Martin & late widow of James TOD, dec'd, has not settled her administration account & the Guardians have not received their monies. James Martin and Hannah, his wife, are summoned to appear13 day May next.
Vol.B:220, 13 M! ay 1769. James Martin and Hannah, his wife, late Hannah TOD, administratrix of estate of James TOD, dec'd show a balance of 285 pounds.0.10 1/2p.
The Court orders the Martins to immediately pay Wm. Willits and Wm. Leas, Guardians of James, William and Joseph TOD 95 pounds.3p.1/2 penny the present share to James TOD, and the same to William and Joseph TOD if not an attachment will be levied against the Martins.
FHL Film 022,153,
Vol G:249, 30 Dec. 1790. Owen TODD (15) son of Joseph ToD, dec'd asks to have Thomas Owings appointed his guardian.
Vol G:243, 30 Dec. 1790. Hannah TODD (14) minor orphan child of Joseph TODD, dec'd asks that Eli Kirk be appointed as her guardian.
Vol. G:254, 31 Dec. 1795. James TODD and John Love, executors of the last will and testament of Joseph TODD, late of Newberry Twp.! dec'd, show a balance of 76pounds.14s.3p.3pennies.
Vol. G:380, 27 Dec. 1797. Hannah TOD (16) a minor daughter of Joseph TOD, dec'd asks to have Isaac Kirk, Newberry Twp. appointed her guardian instead of Eli Kirk, dec'd.
FHL Film 022,153, Vol. H (1798-1803)
Vol. H:38, 28 June 1798. Estate of Joseph TODD, dec'd shows a balance for distribution of 51pounds.17s.3p.1f.
Vol. H:207, 25 June 1801. Rule to take the depositions
in the City of
Vol. H:219, 22 Sept. 1801. William Walsh, John Felker, Jacob Gartner and Joseph Garretson, appointed to settle the accounts between Thomas Owen, guardian of Owen TODD and Isaac Kirk, ! guardian of Hannah TODD, now intermarried with Thomas Bisset, make a report of their investigation of the accounts of the estate aforesaid. "We are of the opinion & do award that there is due to Thomas Owings/Owen ? & Isaac Kirk the sum of 52 pounds.19s. & further award that Thomas Owings shall transfer & make over in a legal manner a note due from Joseph Burneston to the said Thomas Owings conditioned for the payent of 45 pounds.17s.6p. unto the said Owen TODD & Thomas Bissel for their proper use.
FHL Film 022,154, Vol. L (1813-1816)
Vol. L:216, 13 Dec 1814. Estate of Dr. Wm. A. TODD, late of the Borough of York, dec'd, shows a balance due the accountant of $318.19.
FHL Film 022,156, Vol. P (1826-1829)
Vol. P:406, 7 April 1829,James TODD and Jacob Frankleberger, admin. of the estate of James TODD, dec'd, show a balance of $219.42 1/2.
! End of Guardian Accounts. Continuing with Evidences
of the TODD Families of
p. 259, Section VIII, Nespaper Records, Obits and Marriages from 1757-1850.
1. 4 June 1823. Joseph TODD, son of James, of Newberry Twp. died in his 22nd year.
(York Recorder, 10 June 1823.)
2. 18 Aug. 1811, Ann TODD, widow of Dr. W. A. TODD, of
Downingtown, died. (
Recorder, 24 Aug. 1811)
p. 259, Section IX Taxables of 1762 (Original in Historical
transcript in Historical Soc. of York Co.).
Robert TOD, of Nenallen Twp. Valuation 40 pounds, tax 0pounds.6s.0p
James TODD of Newberry Twp. Valuation 80 pounds, tax 0pounds.12s.0p.
Citation: Film 1,036,096, Edith Beard
Cannon, Evidences of the TODD Families of
p. 260 Section XI, Services in the Revolution
1. James TODD, Newberry Twp. fined 3pounds.10s.by warrant dated 10 May 1777, for failure to "meet and exercise in order to learn the art military," as was required by an Act of Assembly of 4 Feb. 1777.[Warrant Bk. MS. Historical Soc. of York Co.; H.J. Young. York Co. PA. in the American Rev: A Source Book, MS, Black Series, 203.]
Private (Jams. TODD) in the Second Class, Second (Captain John Rankin) Company, 2nd Battalion, York Co. Militia, according to a return dated 11 Apr. 1778, [Blair, 133, MS. Historical Soc.of York Co; Young op.cit. Black Series, 473.] and one dated 17 Apr. 1778, [Blair, ! 134; Young. op.cit., Black Series, 515.] in which capacity he paid a total of 20pounds.0. fines for non-attendance from March 1777 - May 1779. He remained a member of the unit when in 1780 it became the Fifth (Capt. Thomas Gould) Company, Third Battalion.
2 Patric [sic] TODD, a memberr of the Fourth Class of the inhabitants of Hamiltons Bann Twp. one of the "young men" classified under an Act of Assembly passed in 1780, entitled "An Act to compleat the Quota of the Foederal [sic] Army," each class was "required to provide in fifteen days from 30 Jan. 1781, one able-bodied Recruit for the Continental Army to serve during the War," under penalty of a fine of 15pounds. [Class lists; Young, op. cit. Black Series, 162.]
3. Henry FODD (probably TODD) of Chanceford Twp,
Private in the Seventh Class, Eighth (Captain Thomas McNary) Company, Sixth
Battalion, York Co. Militia, according to a retur! n dated 26 Apr. 1778.
[Uncatalogued MS. Archives Division, PA. State Library; Young, op.cit.
Black Series, 556;
p. 261 4. William TODD, of Newberry Twp. fined 3pounds.10s. by warrant dated 10 May 1777, for failure to "meet . . ." [same wording as in James TODD'S record above. Private in Fifth Class, Second (Capt. John Rankin) Company, [Warrant Bk., Young, op.cit., Black Series, 204.] Second Battalion, York Co. Militia, according to a return dated 11 Apr. 1778 [Blair, 133, Young, op.cit., Black Series, 204.] and one dated 17 Apr. 1778. [Blair, 134, Young op.cit., Black Series, 517.] in which capacity he paid fines of 7pounds.10s for non-attendance from March 1777 to May 1779.[Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, VII, 52.]
5. Joseph TODD of
6. Joseph TODD, Newberry Twp. Private in Third Class, Second (Capt. John Rankin) Company, Secondf Battalion, York Co. Militia, according to a return dated 17 Apr. 1778 [Fine Bk, MS. Archives Division Pennsylvania State Library, Young, op.cit., Red Series, 265.]
p. 262 7. Andrew TODD of York Co., Private in Capt. Charles Coulston's Company of PA. Volunteers, recruited from the York Militia in the summer of 1780, listed as having given seven months' service for which he was paid 17pounds.10s. at the rate of 50 shillings per month. [Pennsylvania Archives, 6th Series, II, 693, Young, op.cit., Red Series, 20l.]
8. Captain TODD'S Pennsylvania Company mentioned in pension claim,S.23059, based upon the military service of Philip Wambach, who volunteered in 1781 and served six months ending in 1782 as a drummer in the above-named company. ]Young, op.cit., Black Series, 408.]
9.Lieut. TODD, 1st Lieut. Seventh (Capt. Wm.
Nelson) Company, First (Colonel Michael Swope) Battalion, First
(Brigadier General James Ewing) Brigade, "Flying Camp," which
battalion suffered as severely as anyone during the Revolution. [John
Gibson, History of
p. 264. Section XII Miscella! neous Notes
Warrantees of Land in the
" " John TODD, 200 acres, 29 Nov. 1742.
" " James TODD, 200 acres, 13 July 1742
page 546, John TODD, 300 acres, 22 Mar. 1743.
" " John TODD, 150 acres, 9 Nov. 1743.
" " John TODD, 403 acres, 23 Jun. 1747.
p. 264 (con't) John Gibson, History of York County, Pennsylvania, (1886)
pages 319 & 635, James TODD, commissioned Justice of the Peace under the
Consitution of 1790 for the Third District composed of Newberry & Fairview Twps.,
28 March 1799.
page 448, James TODD (youngest son of Henry & Mary TODD of Chanceford and
Fawn Twps. was appointed
N. Ritner (1835-1839).
page 656. The Reverend Nathaniel TODD, afterward a venerable preacher and
teacher in western
p. 264 (con't) Warner, Beers & Company, History of Adams County, Pennsylvania, (1886) page 252. George TODD, listed as one of the single men of Franklin Twp. in 1799.
Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into
page 331. Deborah TODD, dau. of John TODD, of London Grove, Chester Co. PA.
mar. 9 mo. 15d 1750, Wm. Hutton (b. 12m.14d,1725), son of Joseph Hutton, son
of Thomas, who settled in New Garden, Chester Co. The couple removed to
Warrington Monthly Meeting, York Co. ca. 1751.
page 336. John Cane, and
wife, Ann, from Ballyhagen Meeting,
Chester Co, PA and New Castle Co.;
Chester Co, where he died shorthly after. His widow is supposed to have married
__?__ TODD. Children of John and Ann Cane: John mar.9m,7d,1722, Rachel, dau
of Randall and Mary Malin; Ann, mar. 3m,24d, 1722, James Miller; Margaret (?)
mar. in 1720, John TODD; Robert (?)
mar. in 1730, Ann Dixon [History of
p. 265 Dr. Albert Cook Myers, The Wierman Family, published in the Literary Era, a
monthly periodical published by Henry T. Coates & Co. of Philadelphia, 21 Feb. 1899.
John TODD, of
Issue: Robert, b. d. 1767
mar. 12m 4, 1760 at Huntington Meeting, York Co. (now Adams Co.) to
Hannah Wierman, b. 7m, 1744, d. mar. (2) ____ Morgan.
Ann, b. ;d.
mar. John Powell.
p. 253 - Section II, "Church Registers," (Copied from transcripts & microphographic copies at the Historical Soc. of York Co. performed by the Reverend John Cuthbertson (1751-1791)
9 Apr 1775, "Sabbath" Baptized Jean, dau. John TODD, at Thomas Kennedy's,
8 Nov. 1778, "Sabbath" Baptized Hannah, dau. Wm. Rankin; Bap. Mary, dau. John
4 Aug. 1776, "Sabbath" Bapized Margaret, dau. John TODD, at home.
20 May 1781, "Sabbath" Baptized John, son of John TODD, at home.
Complete Record of Baptisma of Guenston United Presbyterian Church at Chanceford Twp., York Co. Pa (1772-1846)
Born 4 Nov. 1774, William TODD, son of Henry & Mary TODD, James McNary Spon.
Bap. 3 Apr. 1775, Wm. Stuart, Spon.
Bap. 4 July 1779, Henry at Guweenstown, son of Henry & Mary TODD of Chanceford
Twp. Jane McNary, Sponsor
Born 2 Nov. 1781, Margaret, dau. of Henry & Mary TODD of Fawn, Alex Moor, Spon.
Twp. Sam'l Harper, Spon
Bap. 10 June 1782, at Guweenstown,
Born 15 Mar. 1784, Eliz, dau. of Henry & Mary TODD of Fawn Twp., John Fullerton &
Bap. 8 Aug 1784, at Guweenstown
29 Dec 1786, James, son of Henry & Mary TODD of Fawn Twp. Alex Moor , Spon
Bap. 18 June 1781 at Guweenstown
This concludes the material from York Co. PA. More later from other sources.
History of Uniontom, Pennsylvan,ia,. 411
James Todd was of Scotch descent and was born in
ing year his parents removed to Fayette county, where his
mother died during the same summer and his father survived
her but a few months, and he was placed under the care of
Duncan McLean. His schooling was limited to one and a half
years attendance at the schools of the neighborhood. He, how-
ever, improved himself by reading a t night what books he could
procure, after the labors of the day, and joined a debating
society for further mental improvement. He served as county
commissioner in 1815-19, and while serving as such he read law
under John Bouvier, and at the expiration of his term he was
elected to the legislature and was afterwards re-elected for four
additional successive terms, always taking an active and leading
part in its proceedings.
He was admitted to the bar of Fayette county October 30,
1833, from which time he was eminently successful as an attor-
ney. I n September, 1825, he was appointed prothonotary and
clerk of the court, which offices he held until February, 1830.
I n December, 1835, he was appointed attorney-general of the
State by Governor Ritner and thereupon removed to Phila-
delphia. This position he held until 1838, when he was ap-
pointed president judge of the court of Criminal Sessions of the
until 1840, when the court was abolished by the legislature.
He then resumed the practice of law in
at once took a first rank among the leaders of that bar. He
died in Westmoreland county, to which he had removed in 1852,
September 3, 1863, in the seventy-seventh year of his age. A
eulogy passed upon Judge Todd was that he was the architect
of his own fortunes, and without the aid of schools or masters
he won his way to the bar, to the legislature, to the cabinet
and to the bench, acquitting himself in all with distinction.
Moses Hampton Todd was the son of Judge James Todd
who was appointed attorney-general of the state by Governor
Ritner, December, 1835. He was born in
31, 1845. After the death of his father at
the family returned to Uniontown where he read law with G.
W. K. Minor, and was admitted to the bar a t September term,
1868, and soon removed to Allegheny county where he remained
a short time, and on January 23, 1869, he was admitted to the
Governor Stewart January 16, 1907.
Family History Library Film 1255182 NA Film Number T9-1182 Page Number 9A
Alice TODD Self M Female W 34 PA Keeping House PA PA
Mary TODD Dau S Female W 7 PA At School PA PA
Jennie TODD Dau S Female W 5 PA PA PA
Effie TODD Dau S Female W 3 PA PA PA
Jane TODD Mother W Female W 78 PA PA PA
Lizzie FAGAN Other S Female W 22 IRE Servant IRE IRE
Annie TRAY Other S Female W 19 IRE Servant IRE IRE
Children of ALICE FERREE and MOSES TODD are:
2271. i. MARY FERREE8 TODD, b. February 07, 1873, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co, PA.
ii. JEAN MILLER TODD, b. January 13, 1875.
iii. ALICE EUPHEMIA TODD, b. August 04, 1876.
iv. FERREE TODD, b. September 27, 1878; d. August 16, 1879.
v. ANNIE HAMPTON TODD, b. June 08, 1880.
vi. HAMPTON TODD, b. June 02, 1882; d. May 05, 1887.
27 Aug 1850 Federal Census Hempfield Twp., Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania - living in household of Robert LOWRY 34M PA, farmer; Nancy LOWRY 31F PA; Mary J. LOWRY 12F PA; Martha LOWRY 10F PA, Margaret LOWRY 9F PA, Samuel O. LOWRY 7M PA, James N. LOWRY 5M PA, Mathew LOWRY 3M PA, Robert C. LOWRY 9m PA; James TODD Sr. 64M PA (abt 1786), attorney, $17,000 real estate; James TODD Jr. 18M PA (abt 1832); Henry TODD 13M PA (abt 1837).
23 Jun 1860 Federal Census Hempfield, Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania 469/476 - James TODD Sr. 73M PA (abt 1787), attorney at law; Jane TODD 58F PA (abt 1802); Eliza TODD 30F PA (abt 1830); James TODD Jr. 28M PA (abt 1832), attorney at law; Annie H. TODD 26F PA (abt 1834); Hampton TODD 14M PA (abt 1846); Elizabeth BENNETT 9F PA (abt 1851); Martha HALL 21F PA (abt 1839) (black), servant.
1880 Federal Census 32nd St., Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania 99/100 - Rebecca ABBOTT mother 54F PA; Wm. W. ABBOTT son 26M PA, salesman; Harriet ABBOTT wife 25F PA; Samuel ABBOTT 24M PA; Henry TODD nephew 18M PA (abt 1862); James TODD brother 48M PA, attorney, 1 board, 2 servants.
Note: I don't find the James TODD (b 1832) after 1880
15 Jun 1900 Federal Census Price St., Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania 296/277 - Henry C. TODD 38M PA (Jul 1861), lawyer, parents b PA; Mary C. TODD wife 36F PA (Dec 1863), married 7 years, no children born; Edith M. TODD 19F PA (Dec 1880); Henry TODD father 63M PA (Sep 1836), parents b PA, 2 servants.
Margaret Todd wife of Henry Todd d 1873 in Westmoreland Co. Perhaps this was the mother of Henry Todd above.?
(1) Book 3o, p160
6 July 1836..William Todd of the
(2) Book 3L p 524
Franklin Stroman and Ann his wife
(3) Book 3H, p 65
10 april 1806 between Thomas
Before me Edward Johnston,
Esquire, Mayor of ..
(4) Book 2T p 173
Received May 7, 1804 from Doctro William A. Todd.. 32 pounds 14 shillings and three pence half penny..(from Morris Family), recorded 13 Sept 1808
27 May 1806 between Wiliam A. Todd
and Ann his wife of
Witnessed 27 May 1806 R. Hamerlsy
Recorded 13 Sept 1808
(5) Book 2V p 404
James Todd Esq to Hugh Foster
Oct 1806 James Todd Esq of
By land of James Todd Esq S37W 288 perches
By lands of George Ensminger N53W 50,
By lands of WilliamHooper N37E 288 to beginning..
101 acres 100 perches , begin part
of a larger trac.. called
(6) Book 3S p 537
Thomas Bisset and wife to Hugh Foster
10 April 1806 between Thoma Bisset
of Newbury Twp (York Co, PA) and Hannah his wife.. and Hugh Foster..for 1200
pounds..beginning at a white oak S53E 60, by
These are all US/CAN films from the Family History Library,
Film 1,036,096, Edith Beard Cannon, Evidences of the TODD Families of York Co. [PA] The same information can also be found in a book: US/CAN 974.841 D28g vol. 30 pt.2 Large Q book. Both contain the York Co. Guardian records that I had a researcher copy. I'll list the references as given.
Deeds: (Those recorded during 1749-1850)
p. 254 - Deed Bk B:180, 11 Oct. 1763. John TODD, yeoman, Grantor, of New London Twp., Chester Co., PA. and Sarah, his wife; to Daniel Boyle of Menallen Twp., taylor, for 154 pounds, 201 acres in Huntington Twp. patented to grantor by the
Proprietaries 16 Jan. 1750.
p.254 - Deed Bk 2F:75, 30 May 1760. Geo. Stevenson and
Mary, his wife, and Richard Peters of the city of Philadelphia, Esq., executor
of the last will and testament of Thomas Cookson of the Borough of Lancaster,
dec'd, to John TODD; for 5 shillings to each: a quit-claim deed to 204
acres in Manchester Twp., (at that time a part of Lancaster Co.), patented to
Sebastian Grall,10 Jan. 1744, (Patent Bk A, Vol. 12:175) who on 30 Jan. 1744
sold the same to Thomas Cookson, as recorded in Bk.B:275,Lancaster Co., Deeds,
who in turn sold it to John TODD of New London Twp. Chester Co., yeoman.
This last mentioned deed was never entered of record, but according to the
affirmation of Sarah McKee, 7 Sept. 1759, taken before John Scott of Chester
Co. the above recited patent and conveyances were lodged in her hands by
Robert TODD, son of the said John and by her deposited in her desk in her
dwelling ho! use,
The deed recites that this land adjoined lands of Thomas Powell, George Stall, Henry Weideback, Joshua Kenworthy & Wm Wireman/Wyerman.
p. 254 - Deed Bk 2F:77, 28 June 1760. John TODD, New London Twp. Chester Co. PA. yeoman, & Sarah, his wife, to Robert TODD, Huntington Twp.;, York Co. weaver, eldest son and heir-at-law of the said John TODD; for 5 shillings and for the natural love and affection which they have and bear unto their said son; the 204 acres situate in Manchester Twp. (Now called Huntington), subject to the yearly quit-rent to the Chief Lord or Lords of the Fee, the same as in Deed Bk 2F:75.
p. 254 - Deed Bk 2F:78, 12 Apr. 1763. Robert TODD, Huntington Twp., weaver, and
Hannah, his wife, to Nathaniel Litne! r, Leacock Twp.., Lancaster Co., yeoman, for 160 pounds, 204 acres in Huntington Twp, as recited in 2F:75 and 2F:77.
p. 254 - Deed Bk 2B:268, 26 July 1783. William TODD and Elizabeth, his wife, of Newberry Twp. to Eli Lewis for 200 pounds, 55 acres, 6 perches of land in Newberry Twp, the grantor's share of the land which his father James TODD, intestate, died seized, the eastern half of a tract of land surveyed in pursuance of a warrant dated 1 Nov. 1735. The deed recites that James TODD'S three children were James, Wm. and Joseph.
p. 255 - Deed Bk 2B:279, 18 Jan., 1779. William TODD, Newberry Twp. & Eliz. his wife, to Joseph TODD of same place, for 450 pounds, the grantor's undivided share in 220 acres in Newberry Twp., James TODD, his father, died seized of, subject to the quit-rent due the chief Lords of the Fee. The deed recites that James TODD left a widow, Hannah TODD and three sons! , James, William and Joseph, the last grantor and grantee.
p.255 - Deed Bk 2B:282, 24 Feb. 1783, Joseph Heald , Kent Co., Delaware, gives power of attorney to his friend & relative Joseph TODD in the matter of a piece of land in Newberry Twp. formerly taken up by John Heald, adj. land of James TOID (sic).
p. 255 - Deed Bk 2B:282, 29 Aug. 1783, Eli Lewis, Newberry
Twp. and wife, Pamela, quit-claim to Joseph TODD of
p. 255 - Deed Bk 2S:410, 8 Aprl. 1807. Robert
Lewisberry, Newberry Twp; containihng 2791 sq.ft. eight inches.
p. 255 - Deed Bk 2S:537, 10 Apr. 1806. Thomas Bisset of Newberry Twp. and wife, Hanna! h, sister of Owen TODD and dau. of Joseph TODD, dec'd of Newberry Twp. to Hugh Foster for 1,200 pounds, 101 acres, 100 perches of land, Newberry Twp. being the same tract willed to Hannah TODD intermattied with Thomas Bisset and Owen TODD since dec'd. Hannah Bisset the only heir-at-law of said Owen TODD. Recorded again Deed Bk 3H:65.
p. 255 - Deed Bk 2T:172, 7 May 1804. John Morris and Mary, his wife, Joseph Morris and Eliz. Morris, all of Allen Twp., Cumberland Co., PA. to Dr. Wm A. TODD, of same place for 32 pounds.14 3 1/2 shillings, 27 acres, 135 perches of land in Fairview Twp. York Co.
p. 255 - Deed Bk 2T:173, 27 May 1806. William A. TODD and Ann, his wife, Allen Twp., Cumberland Co., PA. to John Bishop, ironmaster, now of same place for 58 pounds. 19 shillings.4 p, 27 acres, 135 perches of land in Fairview Twp. York Co. same as in Deed Bk 2T:172.
p. 255 - Deed Bk 2V:4! 02, 9 Oct 1810. James TODD, Esq. Newberry Twp. and Martha,his wife, to Hugh Foster for 1,200 pounds, 101 acres, 100 perches of land in Fairview Twp. part of a larger tract called "Newpark" patented to the grantor 17 May 1810 (Patent Bk H, No. 4:69.)
p. 255 - Deed Bk 3K:316, 26 March 1827. James TODD, Newberry Twp. to Jacob Frankelberger in trust for Eliz. his wife, John Kettlewell in trust for Mary, his wife, and Wm. Frankelberger in trust for Matilda, his wife (which said Eliz, Mary and Matilda are daughters of the said James TODD, Esq.) for $5.00 the said James TODD by indenture bearing the same date (but of which I find no other record, by author) having granted and confirmed unto his son James TODD, Jr., 120 acres of his present dwelling plantation, now grants to the above named daughters all the residue of his aforesaid dwelling plantation not already granted to the aforesaid and also all the other real estate of James TODD, the elder wheresoever it may lie.
p. 255 - Deed Bk 3K:383, 1 July 1829, Jacob Imenheise, Windsor, Twp. to Wm. TODD, Hempfied Twp., Lancaster Co., for $2,100, 155 acres, 90 perches.
p. 256 - Deed Bk 3K:382, 1 June 1829. Geo. Blouse, Windsor Twp. & Christine, his wife, to Wm;TODD, Hempfield Twp., Lancaster Co. for $250, 9 acres, 73 perches in
p. 256 - Deed Bk 3L:524, 21 June 1832. Franklin Stroman and Ann, his wife, Windsor Twp. to Wm. TODD, of Columbia, Lancaster Co. PA. by mutual consent and agreement exchange small parcels of land in Windsor Twp, the grantor's 75 perches and the grantee's 126 perches.
p. 256 - Deed Bk 3L:310, 2 May 1831. John Neff, Windsor Twp. to Wm. TODD, of Columbia, Lancaster Co. for $250, four lots in Windsor Twp. containing 9 acres and 138 perches.
p. 256 - Deed! Bk 3L:312, 28 Apr 1831. Elizabeth Williams, Windsor Twp., widow of
George Williams, to Wm. TODD of Columbia,
p. 255 - Deed Bk 3M:302, 19 Apr. 1833. Andrew Duncan,
Esq. High Sheriff of York Co. to Wm. TODD of Columbia,
P. 256 - Deed Bk 30 (or 3O) p. 160, 6 July 1836. Wm TODD of Frederick Co.;, MD, miller, and Rebecca, his wife, to John Reynolds, Lancaster, PA. for $6750, ten certain tracts of land in Windsor Twp. York Co. (1) 150 acres, 90 perches as recited in Deed Bk 3K:383; (2) 9 acres, 73 perches, as recited in Bk 3K:282; (3) 2 acres as recited in Bk 3M:302; (4) 9 acres, 138 perches, as shown in Bk 3L:310; (5) 16 acresm, 44 perches as recited in Deed dated 27! Oct. 1831; (6) 29 acres, 36 perches as recited in indenture dated 19 May 1832; (7) 109 perches as shown in indenture 21 June 1832; (*) 75 perches as recited in Deed poll 21 June 1832; (10) 1 acre as recited in Deed poll 30 March 1833, containing altogether 225 acres, 41 perches.
By Richard McMurtry
Book 4X, p 107, 28 Feb 1831.
James Todd of
Early Days in Rostraver
AN INFORMAL HISTORY OF ROSTRAVER
MARY E. PIERSOLL
BESS DAILEY WINCHELL
ERNEST FRANK CARTER
Published by The Times-Sun,
The Todd family is of French
descent for their ancestors lived in
1779, Robert Todd, the grandfather of the late Robert
Pioneer Families 57
Sowers Todd and George Miller
Todd, came here and settled on a farm a mile and a half from Rostraver Post
Office, on part of which the old
CHAPTER XXX., BOROUGH OF
The Methodist Church.— On the 13th day of July, 1803, Samuel Wright gave Lot No. 160, as laid down on the plan of "Old Columbia," which was the last number on the "plans" and was situated at the south corner of Alley "K" and Fifth Street, measuring forty-seven feet on Fifth Street, and extending along said alley two hundred and thirty feet. This lot was conveyed to the following-named persons: (William Todd), trustees.
I James Todd of the village of
Mary in the Mt Joy deed above could be the widow of John Todd of Lancaster Boro and Thomas could therefore be their son in which case we would have two Thomas Todds to deal with.
In addition to these it appears that the following were residents of the township, or owned land therein: John Kyle, prior to 1730; Samuel Kyle, 1742; LeonIard File, James Money, Thomas Cooper, Calvin Cooper, Samuel Tatta, William Slaymaker, 1744; William Downing, before 1747, in which year he built a mill; Felix Baughman, the original patentee of six hundred acres around Georgetown; William McClure, the great-grandfather of Joseph McClure, near Green Tree inn, 1750; John Noble, William Laughlin, Josiah Kern, Alexander McDowell, Alexander Works, William Brasson, Thomas Smith, .Tames Laughlin, Alexander Gallutly, Joseph Miller, James Miller, Henry Eckman, Jacob Eckman, 1753; Abraham Behm, Jacob Behm, 1757; Benjamin Graff, 1768; Samuel Johnson, 1769; Patrick Ewing, a justice of the peace in 1777, and in 1784 elected a councilor; Gottlieb Hartman, Rev. John Smith, John Culbertson, 1780; William Richardson, Andrew Miller, 1790; Robert Risk, George Millart, 1807. The following is a list of non.associators that were
Bart.-The following were inhabitants
of Bart from 1751 to 1758 inclusive:
John Kyle: 100 acres: Dec 24, 1740
John Kyle: 50 acres: Mar 20, 1750
John McClure, JR 100 acres, Nov 19, 1743
Thomas Mcclure, 250, Nov 1, 1745
Charles Mcclure, 100, Feb 22, 1744
Thomas McClure, 1812
William McClure, 30 ac, May 13, 1774
Charles McClure, 100, Nov 19, 1749
John McClure, 200 ac, May 9, 1738
Joseph McClure, 1839
William McClure, 400, Jan 2, 1737
John McClure, 200, Mar 10, 1743
Francis Mcclure, 100, Feb 26, 1753
Wiliam McClure, 140, Mar 7, 1753
William McClure, 20 ac, Mar 7, 1753
Thomas McClure, 40, Aug 10, 1772
Thomas McClure, 25, Dec 10, 1772
1811 between James Todd and Jennett his wife ..of
…7 April 1814Daniel Krider of West Nantmeal Township, Chester Co (PA).. and Catharine his wife of the one part and James Todd of the same palce of the otyher part..$1400.. have sold..tract,,beginning at a post, thence by other land of James Todd N78E 119.5 perches, S85E 12 p, by land of Warwick Company N24W 65 p, by land of David McKnight S50W 48 p, N76W 38.5 p, S76-3/4W 18.2 p, S16W 19p S6W 40.5 p to beginning ..36 acres: Witnesses: George Evans, Sarah Evans.. Witn: 7 April 1814
Whereas William Todd of the township of Kennett (Chester Co, PA) for securing the payment of an annuity of two hundred dollars to his father James Todd on the 12th of August during his natural life and if he should die in the lifetime of his then present wife should pay unto his said wife the Mother of the said William the sum of $100 on the said 12th of Augusta yearly during the term of her natural life and for securing the payment of the said annuity and a provision further for his support did on the said 12th Augst 1819 mortage to the said James Todd his father all the messuage and two tracts of land situate in Kenntt..7 acres and 51 acres recorded in Mortgage Book P15, page reference thereunto had may at large appear.. whereas the said James Todd is now deseased and his Widdow B. Todd, the mother of the said William in consideration of her good will towarda her said son and to release the said premises contained in the said recited mortgage.. for $1..granted and released utno the said William Todd all estate right and.. of her the said B Todd.. otherwise called Biddy Todd.. 15 March 1821. Biddy Todd her mark: (Witness) D Husten, John Graves
18 Dec 1723..(James Todd bought land on branches of
..8 July 1774..Thomas Rutter of
Book S p 475: 10 July
1774.. James Todd of
Book V, p533, 1777/1779: James Todd of
Book W2, p 224: James Todd of
(I believe this is James Todd son of James Todd d 1772 East Nottingham Twp)
22, 3rd month, 1776, James Purtle of New Lond to
John Todd of
(This is John Todd the school master of
31 Aug 1778..Andrew Todd of Twp of Whiteland,
(This is Andrew d 1791 selling to his nephew Robert 1732-1816)
8 April 1793…William Caldwell of Wets Nantmell,
(This is John Todd d 1809, presumed son of James Todd d 1772)
5 Jan 1794..Michael Gunkel of
4 Feb 1797..Henry Zook of Treduffin Twp and Barbara his
wife.. to Robert Todd of
David bought tract in
1 Jan 1779..Thomas Mason of
April 1779..Alexander Tod of
25 ZMarch 1783..John Todd of ..
(this seems to be John Todd d 1793, son of John Todd d 1775, selling original tract??)
18 Jun 1784..William Todd and Mary his wife, administratrix
of John Meredith, late of West Whiteland,
13 Aug 1792…robert Todd of East Whiteland Twp, Chester Co, yeoman and Eleanor his wife (to) David Todd, son of the said Robert, or same place, yeoman. By deed 31 Aug 1778 obtainied a tract..248-1/4 acres.. for 600 pounds..150 acres except reserving the right to enter the property “with workmen, servants, carriages and horses” to dig limestone, haul thye same to the lime kiln on the property, burn lime and haul away .. limited to two kilns yearly
(This is Robert 1732-1816 selling to his son David)
March 1797..Robert Todd of East Whiteland,
September 12, 1803: October 24, 1803.
To daughter Anna all estate when 18 or day of her marriage, with rev.
in case of her death to my friends James Todd and Susanna his wife.
Executor: Friend Henry Root. Signed with mark.
Wits.: Joseph Ramsey, Jas. Dilworth, Evin Hoopes.
The Account of the administration
of William Todd, Adminstrator of the Estate of James Todd, late of the
…By cash paid Charles P Twaddell
..By cash for levi Woodow..digging grave
Adminstration of the Account of James Delaplain, Executor of the last will and testament of Charles P. Twaddell who was administrator to the estate of William Todd, late of the township of Pensbury, county of Chester
..Dr. Andrew Murphy
Dr. Wm W. Baker
Caleb Mendinall for coffin
Levi Woodrow for digging grave
The Account of Samuel Pergrin,
Administrator of ..William Todd, late of the
..sale of real estate $1330
To cash paid to James Todd for attending the deceased when sick and digging grave
To cash paid to John Harris for…
By cash paid John Todd for one half of the expense of settling John Todd estate
(The above appears to confirm that this William is the brother of James and John Todd and that they were sons of John Todd d 1809. The reference to the estate of John Todd presumably refers to money paid to the father John Todd for settling the estate of John Todd the son who died in Washington Co, PA in 1809))
The administration Account of
James Todd, surviving administrator cum testamenti annexed to the estate of
John Todd, Senr late of the
By cash paid Mary Essick legacy .. $80
By cash paid Margaret Snodgrass legacy $26.67
The administration account of John
Ervin, Administrator, of William Todd, late of the
By cas paid Ephraim Taylor per rect
By cash paid Eichman Wells per cect.
This accountant also claims for three months and twenty days boarding of the said deceased at six dollars per month.
The Account of George Sinn, the
surviving Adminstrator of Samule Todd, late of
Robert Miller Esq for Jas Glenn
Many others, no Todds
Centreville is the most important. It has a very pleasant location, on the
Kennett Pike, seven miles from
Centreville was an active business point sixty years ago, and had in 1821 a good store, kept by James Delaplaine, who prospered there as a merchant. William Todd and Ezekiel Bailey each had good inns; and there were mechanics of all kinds, among them being John McCullough, blacksmith; Benjamin Hollingsworth and Bernard Dalton, carpenters; Joseph Hollingsworth, wheelwright; John Kitchen, stone mason; Levi Walker and Henry Jeffers, farmers; and George Matson, drover.
The inns were taxed to their uttermost to accommodate all the guests, as
many as fifty teams stopping in one night. Liquor was freely used, and also
sold at the store to the extent of a wagon-load per week. The Bailey stand has
been discontinued, but where William and (later) Rebecca Todd entertained the
public, stands a hotel remodeled and enlarged by James Lancaster. An early
innkeeper at this place was a member of the Twaddle family. Near the State line
Charles Twaddle was the keeper of a public house, which has long since been
closed, but was a long time famous as the "
Todd Esther, mantua maker and tailoress 13 German
Todd John N. purser in the U. S. Navy Sassafras ab. 10th (Quaker Todds)
Todd Moses, grocer 69 N 6th
Todd Samuel P. purser in the U. S. Navy 11 Palmyra row (Quaker Todds)
Todd Thomas T. grocer 143 S 8th
Todd Wm. weaver 12th bel. Walnut
Tod Wm. H. att’y at law 163 Walnut (probably Wm Hepburn Todd md 1795)
Oct. 14, 1880
TODD,-On the 12th instant, SAMUEL TODD, formerly of
, in the 61st year Baltimore
of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family, also Ship Carpenters in general and the
Weighers' Department of the Custom House, are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral, on Friday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from his late residence, No. 1735
South Eleventh street. To proceed to . Lafayette Cemetery
TODD - Oct. 16, of pneumonia, JAMES, husband of Lidie Todd (nee Amber) and son of Ellen and late James Todd. Services and int. private.
, Sat., 2 p. m. Hatboro, Pa.
TODD - Nov. 5, SUSAN, daughter of the late Charles and Susan Todd. Relatives and friends invited to funeral services, Thurs., 8 p. m., 2507 N. 12th st. Int. Fri.,
Cem. Auto funeral. Bristol
TODD, JAMES. City of
. January 1, 1806. 1.430. Phila
TODD, JAMES. City of
February 8, 1794. January 1, 1806. 1.430.
Estate to wife Alice Todd during widowhood. If she marries to have her one third,
residue to children Samuel, Deborah, Mary, John and any others that May be born.
Exec: Brother-in-law John Poultney and wife Alice Todd.
Wit: William Mott, George Smith.
One in tenure of John Todd, baker.
TODD, ELISHA. Carter of Northern Liberties. Phila. June 29, 1810. 3.213.
GEORGE, MARY. Phila.
January 24, 1810. February 12, 1810. 3.99.
Bequeaths to William H. Tod, Esq., and George Campbell, Jr., of sd.
city her frame house and lot in Northern Liberties, Phila. in trust,
they to receive rents &c. and pay same to
niece Margaret George, after her decease, sd. property to
John Donnaldson, Esq., and to his son George Donnaldson.
Legacy to Sarah Donnaldson dau. of sd. John Donnaldson.
To John Donnaldson, Jr., share in
and Perkiomen Turnpike Co. Germantown
To aforesd. George Donnaldson also share in sd. Turnpike Co.
Legacies to Mrs. Sarah Donnaldson wife of sd. John Donnaldson,
to Edward M. Donnaldson, to Mary Tod dau. of sd. William H. Tod,
to Philip Stock, Jr., her looking glass now at Mrs. Keats,
to niece Elizabeth Sweeny,
to Catharine Smith dau. of Frederick Smith of
to Rachel Baynard now living at Mrs. Donnaldsons,
to sd. William H. Tod and George Campbell, Jr.,
to Helen and Eliza Donnaldson,
to Richard M. Donnaldson, to Hugh Donnaldson,
to Mary Shed, to Mrs. Mary Donnaldson, to Susan M. Donnaldson,
to Mrs. Helen Campbell, to aforesd. Margaret George.
Exec: Sd. George Campbell, Jr.
Wit: George Campbell, Samuel P. Griffitts.
TODD, ELISHA. Carter of Northern Liberties. Phila.
May 8, 1810. June 29, 1810. 3.213.
All property in Northern Liberties to wife February At marriage or
decease of sd. February he bequeaths legacy to Affracan Benavelent
Asoseaation of Bethell Church wharein he is a member,
to mother Philes Tood,
to neffu Elisha Todd son of Hester Todd. Property left to wife he
bequeaths at her marriage or death to the A Methodeth Opiscople Church
called Bethell in Phila.
Execs: Sd. wife February Todd, Jonathan Trusty,Robert Green and Prince Pruance.
Wit: Jacob Tapsico, Jesse Brown.
Letters granted to Jonathan Trusty and Robert Green.
TODD, Joseph. Eling,
. Aug 31, 1700. B.63. Southamptonshire, England
TODD, Joseph. Eling,
. Southamptonshire, England
Mar 2, 1698. Aug 31, 1700. B.63.
Son by first wife Joseph. Children by second wife Joshua, Caleb, Thomas,
Elizabeth and Mary. Brother Daniel and his son David. Sister Elizabeth
Bradshaw and her children James and Hester. Friends John Swift, Sr., John
Swift, Jr., Henry Abbott, and Peter Chamberlyne.
Exec Wife Joane.
Wit:John Worsham, Richard Chambers, Andrew Worsom.
EDWARDS, ALEXANDER, SR.
Montgomery, . County. Yeoman. Philadelphia
March 9, 1712. December 17, 1712. C. 298.
Sons Edward, Alexander, and their children whose names are not given,
and Thomas. Daughters Margaret, Martha and Bridget and the daughters
(names not given) of the last two. Grandsons James James, Griffith
Miles, Joseph Todd and Alexander son of son Alexander Edwards.
Executors: Wife Katherine and son-in-law Griffith Miles.
Overseers: Cadwalader ap Evans, William John, Owen ap Evan and John
William, all of Gwynedd, yeomen.
Witnesses: Thomas Jones, Robert Jones and Edward George.
CUMMIN, RICHARD. City of
. Yeoman. Philadelphia
February 2, 1729/30. February 27, 1729. E.124.
Wife: Sarah. Children: John,
. Friends: John Holme, James Elizabeth
Bingham. Son-in-Law: Thomas Todd. Grandchildren: Richard, John,
Sarah and Elizabeth Cummin, Thomas and Sarah Todd.
Exec: Sarah Cummin.
Wit: Edmund Woolley, Barnaby Barns, William Parsons.
TODD, SARAH. City of
. November 3, 1743. P.75. Philadelphia
PARKER, WILLIAM. New Providence, Co. of
April 18, 1757. April 30, 1757. K.525.
Children: Elizabeth, Alexander and Robert.
Brothers: Archibald and James.
Trustees: David Todd and Robert White.
Exec: Wife Elizabeth and brother James Parker.
Wit: Robert Todd, John White, Benjamin Chestnut.
FINNEY, RICHARD. Phila.
August 19, 1769. September 11, 1769.
Children: John, Mary, Ann, Hannah and Esther.
Sister: Elizabeth Todd and Mary her daughter.
Execs.: son John and kinsman Jno. Murgatroyd.
Wit: Nathan Whitman, Thos. Owen and Timothy Matlack. O.415.
TODD, SARAH. City of
October 14, 1743. November 3, 1743. P.75.
Kinswoman: Grace Parson. Cousins: John Cummins, Elizabeth Cummins,
Thomas Bright "son of Anthony Bright by his former wife not late aunt."
Exec: Grace Parsons.
MERRYMAN, JOHN. Burlington Co. NJ. Iron Master.
December 6, 1783. January 9, 1784.
Wife: Elizabeth (late Lippencutt).
Brothers: Joseph and Job.
Sisters: Rebecca, Jemimah, Elizabeth and Mary.
Father in law: David Knott. Brother in law: Peter Knott.
Elizabeth and Rebecca (children of sister Abitha Todd).
Friends: Thos. Maybury and Mary his wife.
Execs.: Elizabeth Merryman, father Joseph and Thomas Little.
Wit: N. Jones, John and Ann Connelly. Q.512
PATTERSON, ROBERT. Of Priestland Barony of Dunlace,
, County Antrim . [Original Will carried to Ireland ]. Ireland
Signed: May 24, 1772. U.230.
Children: Katherine [Wife of Moses Todd], Robert, Peter [of Ballylough].
Son-in-Law: Moses Todd.
Grandchildren: Daniel and Robert Todd [Sons of Daughter Katherine].
Friends: John Edgar [in
], Rev. John Cameron [Parish of Dunlace]. America
Exec: Sons Peter and Robert Patterson.
Wit: John Cameron, David Thomson, John Patterson.
(Hence, Moses Todd md Katherine Patterson of Co Antrim and had Daniel and Robert Todd prior to 1772.)
No. 345 - 1793,
TODD?, John Jun'r. City of
. Signed July 2. 1793. Wife and Exec.- Philad'a
Dolly Paine Todd. Child- Paine. advisaries to Wife- Edward Burd, Edward Telghman.
Witnesses- Zachariah Poulson, N. Jones. Prov'd. Nov. 21. 1793.
No 352 - 1793
TODD, John. City of
. Signed Sept. 21. 1793. Wife- Mary. Sons- James, Philad'a
John. Brother- James (of Chester Co) Grand Children-, John Payne Todd,
(Sons of Son John) Samuel Poultney Todd. Deborah and Mary Todd (Children of Son James) Nephew- William (Son of Brother James Todd) To Elizabeth Blair (Wife's Sister's Daughter) Friend- Margaret Taggert. Exec. Samuel Jones, and John and James William Temple Todd
Todd. Witnesses- John Bissell, Samuel Bittle, Samuel Bittle Junr.
Prov'd. Nov. 14. 1793.
PAYNE, JOHN. City of
September 2, 1792. January 11, 1796. X.387.
Wife and Exec: Mary Payne.
Wit: George Walker, Dolley P. Todd, John Todd, Junr.
Testified to handwriting: Dolley P. Maddison, Lucy Washington
[Daughter of Testator, Anna Payne].
GREEN, MARTHA. City of
January 1, 1798. December 30, 1800. Y.457.
To Mary Ann Pollard [Daughter of Nephew Thomas Green Pollard].
To Sophia McCormick [Daughter of Niece Sarah McCormick].
To Poor Widows,
To Brother-in-Law William Pollard, Esq.
To Niece Sarah McCormick.
To Friends William H. Todd, Esq., William Todd, Senr [In Trust]
for Niece Sarah McCormick [Wife of David McCormick].
Exec: William H. Todd, William Todd, Senr, David McCormick.
Wit: James Cumming, Robt. McCormick, John Hood.
TODD, ELISHA. June 29, 1810. 3.213. Book 3 willabstrbk3.txt
TODD, JAMES. January 1, 1806. 1.430. Book 1 Part B willabstrbk1b.txt
TODD, John W. No. 352 Book W willabstrbkw.txt
TODD, Joseph. Aug 31, 1700. B.63. Book B willabstrbkb.txt
TODD?, John Jun'r W. No. 345 Book W willabstrbkw.txt
Wm Hepburn Todd md Mary Cambell 10/15/1795
Elizabeth Tod md John C. Otto
James Todd md Margaret Myers
Wm Todd md Jane Cunningham 12/8/1793
Joseph Todd md Ann White 6/30/1770 ST Pauls PE Church
Sarah Todd md Benjamin Ford 12/20/1793 St Pauls
John Todd md Mary Henderson 12/10/1797 1st Pres
Joseph Todd md Barbara Elliott 2/2/1788 , 3rd Pres
Wm Todd md Jane Cunningham
Mary Todd md Thomas Hanson
Isabella Todd md Joseph Barber?Barbara 12/14/1794
Quinton Todd md 1791 Jane Johnston
Adam Todd md 1793 Catherine Conner
Joseph and Elizabeth Todd: son
Joseph 1776: ?St Michael’s and
wills and administration records,
Stmnt.Resp. compiled by Richard T. and Mildred C. Williams
Contents: v. 1. 1682-1782 -- v. 2. 1783-1810 -- v. 3. 1811-1831 -- v. 4. 1832-1850.
I only need the indexes for Todd from Vol 3 and vol 4:
974.811 P2w v. 3 FHL US/CAN Book Available
1833 155 Tod, William H. Will 11 52
1811 155 1/2 Todd, Alexander Adm. K 439
1814 199 Todd, Rebecca Adm. L 186
1817 146 Todd, John Adm. M 29
1822 311 Todd, William Adm. __ 364 (I'm guessing Vol. N)
974.811 P2w v. 4 FHL US/CAN Book Available
1838 1 Todd, Samuel Adm. O 408
1844 141 Todd, Cuffee Adm. P 286
1848 113 Todd, Willam Adm. P 439
Wills, v. 11-12, 1833-1838 FHL #21736
Book 11, p. 52 Will No. 155, William H. Tod
it remembered that I William H. Todd of the City of
My will is and I do hereby order that all my just debts and funeral expenses be fully paid and satisfied.
I do hereby give and bequeath to my widow Mary all my household and kitchen furniture and all my silver plate and plated ware except as is herein after bequeathed to others, also my horse and riding chair and harness and the cart at Peach Blossom Farm.
Item I do hereby give and bequeath to my daughter Helen C. Todd whatever silver plate and plated ware which remain my property at my death which I became the owner of by virtue of the last will of my much respected Uncle William Tod of Waterford Township, Goucester County and State of New Jersey together with my gold or diamond rings or trinkets devised under the same will and I do give to her the sum of five hundred dollars to be paid to her by my executors as soon as may be after my debts are paid and discharged.
Item I do hereby give and bequeath to my daughter Mary the wife of Edmund Wilcox the portrait of her mother painted by Sully.
Item I do hereby give and bequeath my son Oliver Tod the portraits of my late respected Uncle William Tod and his wife Rachel painted by Sully and also one half of my library or libraries of books (my law books excepted).
Item I do hereby give and bequeath to my son Edward Karp Tod the other half of my library or libraries (my law books excepted) in which bequest to my son Edward I desire that my copy of Rees Encyclopedia may be included and that the same may be bound in Sheep in a plain but substantial manner at the expense of my estate and as my son Oliver may be absent by reason of his profession, my will is that the first choice or selection of my books shall be made by Edward.
That my executors shall have the books inventoried and separately appraised so that the value of each may be ascertained and that according to such appraisement shall the proportion of each of my said sons be fixed.
I also give to my said son Edward my Mathematical Instruments contained in it--I mean the green (____) Shagreen case--and also confirm to him the gift I made him some years ago of my Solar Microscope and the mahogony desk and wardrobe given him about the same time.
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Son Samuel Beynard Tod
Item I do give and bequeath to my son Alexander Tod the portrait of my father taken by Peale taken many years ago as my son was named after his Grand Father....
And my will is that my daughter Helen <Pals?> while she remains unmarried to live with her mother and be by her supported and that my two youngest sons shall also reside with their mother
Wife Mary D. Tod, Son-in-Law Edmund Wilcox, and Thomas Redman of Haddenfield in
12 July 1833 in the City of
One of the realty transactions made by William Matlack was the 1,000
acres he purchased in
Another deal by William Matlack involved 200 acres from John Estaugh as attorney for John Haddon. Richard Matlack was given this tract, in 1721, the year he married Rebecca Haines.\
This site has been alternately set down on maps of
The 1500 Matlack acres remained in the family for about 60 years.
Extending on both sides of the
I William Tod of the Township of Waterford County of
Gloucester, New Jersey do by these, presents Certify that on the third day of
August A D 1811 Was born of the Body of Biddy a Black Woman and slave to the Subscriber a "Female av "Child" named Mary Ann this time above Nine Years and Four Months
Wittness Whereof I have hereunto Set my hand this thirteenth
of December A D 1820
William Ted of the Township of Waterford County of Gloucester New Jersey do by these presents Certify that on the ...J day of August A D 1818 Was Born of the Body of Biddy, a Black Woman and slave to the subscriber a Male Child Named Paul aged at this time about three Two Years and four Months
In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand. this thirteenth
of December A D 1820
Certificate of the birth of two Slaves to Wm. Tod.
filecd Decem 13 1820 and recorded in the Clerks Office at
Woodbury Lib A of Manumissions folio 14
J. J. Foster, Clk.
7. Birth Certificates
William Tod of the township of Waterford, in the County and state aforesaid, do hereby Certify that on the Seventeenth day of March A B eighteen hundred and Twenty Two, a Male Child aged at this time about one week Named Toby Was born of the body of Biddy a Coloured Woman and Slave of the Subscriber's -
Which Certificate is produced to the Clerk of the said County,
be recorded this twenty third day of March A B 1822.
Certificate of Male child
named "Toby" Slave of Wm Tod
filed March 22d 1822
J J Foster Clk Recorded in Book A of Manumissions folio 17.
J J Foster Clk