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Re: Resources for studying the todd families of Ireland
Posted by: Richard McMurtry (ID *****8412) Date: July 31, 2012 at 12:43:43
In Reply to: Re: Resources for studying the todd families of Ireland by nelda sanders of 6793

Nelda,
I have done some digging and suspect that your John Todd b 1795/1796 GA was the son of John Todd died 1815 in PUtnam Co GA. A DNA Sample would prove connection to that family that is a branch of the Mary Todd Lincoln group of Todds. I also suspect that if the information about John Todd marrying Betsy Fiedler is correct, then the Elizabeth Todd the wife of John Todd b 1795 may be Elizabeth Fiedler.

Based on the following, I strongly suspect that your ancestor John Todd was the John Todd b 1795, son of John Todd who died in 1815 in Putnam Co GA.


1. There is a John Todd born 1795, son of John Todd of Putnam Co GA who comes from a branch of the Mary Todd Lincoln family. See my website page:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mcmurtriecfr/richard/todd/putnamjonestodds.htm

2. There are two John Todds who went to Tallapoosa Co AL. Yours and an unrelated John Todd from the same general area of Georgia. I don't know which John Todd is the John Todd who sold land in Tallapoosa Co in 1854 but he is probalby your John Todd. Hence looking for land purchases in Tallapoosa County for John Todd might be useful.

Moses Knight
Migration Steps
to Campbell County, GA in 1827
to Tallapoosa County, AL in 1835
to Wood County, TX in 1855
to Smith County, TX in 1856

Moses Thomas Knight, a Methodist Minister and a farmer married Nancy Cotney about 1827 and lived in Campbell County, Georgia until Indian land was opened in Tallapoosa County, Alabama about 1835. He lived there as did the Cotney family until moving to Smith County, Texas after Census of 1850.


Moses bought land in Tallapoosa Co, AL from John Todd, 80acs W1/2 of S.E. 1/4 Sec 1 ?, Township 24, Range 24 also 1 yoke oxen 5 yrs old 8 Apr 1854, signed 22 Apr 1854.

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http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/l/Jimmy-P-Walker-fl/BOOK-0001/0013-0002.html
No documentaiton of sources in this internet source but here's what they claim:

This family of Fiedler's lived in Morgan Co GA where Betsy Fiedler's father died in 1814. Betsy's brother John Fiedler died in Tallapoosa River Alabama in 1854. Her brother Thomas died in Pike Co AL.

12. BETSY3 FIELDER (JAMES2, JAMES1) She married JOHN TODD.

Children of BETSY FIELDER and JOHN TODD are:
i. SABRINIA4 TODD.
ii. JAMES TODD.
iii. MARION TODD.
iv. AMANDA TODD.
v. NANCY TODD.
vi. ELIZA TODD.
vii. ELIZABETH TODD.
viii. AUGUSTUS TODD.
ix. WILLIAM TODD.

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In looking at the 1850 census for John Todd in Tallapoosa Co Al

John Todd 54 born 1796 GA
Elizabeth Todd 50 born 1800 GA
Eliza Todd 17 born 1833 AL
James Todd 28 born 1822 AL
Elizabeth Todd 10 born 1840 AL
Augustus Todd 8 born 1842 AL

I see on the original census there are also:
Nancy Todd 2-1/2 born 1847 AL
Mamira 4 or 6 born 1844 or 1846 AL

1860 SHelby Co AL

John Todd 65 born 1795 GA
Elizabeth Todd 62 born 1798 GA
Elizabeth Todd 32 or 20 born 1828 or 1840 AL
Augustus Todd 18 born 1842 AL
Munroe Todd 13 born 1847 AL

IN the household next door is a Sabrina Todd aged 40 born 1820 GA
on the next page in separate family are:
Manon Todd aged 36 born 1824 GA
May Todd aged 26 born 1834 GA
Anderson Todd aged 10 b 1850 AL
Elva Todd aged 8 b 1852 AL
Elizabeth Todd aged 5 b 1855 AL
Josephine Todd aged 2 b 1858 AL
Jno Todd aged 1/12 born 1860 AL
Zeser Todd aged 2 born 1858 AL






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