TODD

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LDS Film #0585492
LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 T566w

Elizabeth Todd of Lawrence County, Indiana in 1820: Her Descendants. By Nancie Todd Weber. El Segundo, Calif. N. Weber, c1991. v, 206 p.L maps, ports. Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of Elizabeth Seip (or Sipes) Todd who was born ca. 1761 and married Andrew Todd 29 August 1782 in Frederick Co., Maryland. They moved from Tazewell Co., Virginia to settle in Lawrence Co., Indiana and were the parents of one known child. Elizabeth died ca. 1830. Descendants lived in Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky and elsewhere. Includes index. Includes information on the Fleetwood, Newton, Rippee and Sipes families.


LDS US/CAN Film #0176612

Todd family, based on the ms. of Emily Todd Helm. Microfilm of manuscript (1 v. in various pagings), at Salt Lake City Utah. The Todd family of Ireland, Pennsylvania and Kentucky


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 R213e
LDS Film #1598347 item 28

The Family of Squire & Sally Ann Ray of Lawrence & Monroe Counties in Indiana from 1800 (with the Woolery, Todd, Ragsdale, Conger, Kern and Mize families). By Ruth Ray Edwards. Cincinnati, Ohio, 1994. 118, a1-a3 p.L ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports. Squire Ray (1819-1856) was brought to Indiana as an infant by Jacob and Hannah Todd Woolery and later married their daughter, Sally Ann. Descendants lived in Indiana, Idaho, Kansas, Utah, California, Arizona, Oregon, and elsewhere. Includes index. Includes added family group sheets, 4 p.


LDS US/CAN Film #1320635 item 2

Schrimsher family genealogical data, 1760-1977. Microfilm made of typescript collection (85 leaves, photocopy) compiled and donated by Raymond B. Anderson, Birmingham, Alabama. Katie or Catherine, a full-blood Cherokee Indian of the Paint Clan, married John Gunter. Their daughter, Elizabeth Hunt Gunter (b.1780), married William Schrimsher (b.1776), and moved from North Carolina to northeastern Alabama about 1814. Descendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Missouri, Minnesota, Oklahoma and elsewhere. Includes a brief history of the Cherokee Indians and the Methodist Church in Alabama. Includes Anderson, Danks, Eddins, Rogers, Todd, Webster and related families.


LDS US/CAN Film #1320635 item 94.

Microfilm made of ten manuscript collections (52 leaves) from listed or unknown donors. Contents: Archer: family records, 1711-1785 (includes Wolf), Lancaster County and Cumberland County, Pennsylvania -- DeviedL (Devit, Dewit) family Bible records, 1824-1848, Lancaster County, South Carolina, Germany: DivettL Sam Divett married Agnes Anderson, 1911, Salt Lake City -- Graybill: family genealogical data, 1613-1929, Virginia, West Virginia, Germany -- ScrutonL family Bible records, 1827-1983 (includes Todd), New Hampshire, Maine -- ShepherdL family Bible records transcript, 1786-1832 -- Stevenson: Robby Trenton Stevenson birth certificate, 1973, Ogden, Utah -- Swayze: family Bible records, 1820-1903 (includes Watkins, Wren), Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas -- TaylorL family records, ca.1780-1905, Utah (?) -- Waggener: family register transcript, 1748-1903 (includes Loy), Iowa.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 T566r

Speaking of families--the Tod(d)s of Caroline County, Virginia and their kin / Ann Todd Rubey, Florence Isabelle Stacy, Herbert Ridgeway Collins. 1960, 628 p., [32] p. of platesL ill., ports. "Dr. George Tod, eighteenth century Virginia physician and the first documented American ancestor of the Tod family of Caroline County, Virginia, was born in 1711. Whether he was born in Scotland or in Virginia will remain for future research to determine. He died circa March 10, 1790 ..." (p. [1]). Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Kentucky, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Mississippi, Texas and elsewhere. "Sources and notes:" p. [557]-603. Includes index. Includes Blanton, Boulware, Bowie, Farish, Hudgins, Rubey and related families.


LDS US/CAN Film #1428709.

The Todd family in Indiana. By Grover C. Todd, 1971. Family genealogies at the Jeffersonville Township Public Library, Jeffersonville, Indiana. Microfilm of typescript (photocopy, [29] leaves). Robert Todd (1697-1775) was born in County Armegh, Ireland, the son John Todd and the grandson of James Todd, Laird of Dunbar. He married twice and was the father of thirteen children. He and his second wife, Elizabeth, and his seven oldest children, immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1737. His grandson, George Todd (1779-ca. 1828), was born in Bedford County, Virginia, the son of William Todd (1730-ca. 1790). He married Elizabeth Seip, daughter of Henry Seip, a Revolutionary War soldier, in 1795. They had seven children, 1800-1814. The family migrated to Indiana in 1814, but stayed a year in Kentucky where the youngest son was born. Elizabeth died in 1815 and he married 2) Sally Brooke. They had four children, 1816-1827. Descendants listed lived in Indiana, Missouri, Montana, and elsewhere.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 W93w

Descendants of Caleb Wright, 1760-1979L a genealogy of the many descendants who populated lower Caroline County, Maryland, and those who left. F. Edward Wright. Silver Spring, Md.L Family Line, c1979. iii, 279 p.L ill., geneal. tables, map, ports. Joseph and Elizabeth Wright moved from Caroline County to Queen Anne's County, Maryland about 1764, where Joseph died before July 1, 1790. Caleb Wright (ca.1760-1839), a son, married Deborah Morgan about 1790 and had eighteen children. Descendants and relatives lived in Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Delaware and elsewhere. Bibliography: p. 190A-192. Includes index. Includes Hignutt, Horsey, Hubbard, Meredith, Murphy, Todd and related families.


LDS US/CAN Film #1065197 item 1

Enochs and Allied Families, ca. 1665-1988. By Rosann Norris. Microfilm of ms., typescript, and printed materials collection (part photocopy, ca. 570 leaves) loaned for filming by Rosann Norris, Bedford, Indiana. Chiefly family group sheets. Includes genealogical sketches, copies from published books, newspaper clippings, research notes, pedigree charts, etc. Ancestors, family, and relatives of Rosann Sue Enochs Norris. She was born in 1947 at Connersville, Fayette County, Indiana, the daughter of George Curtis and Mildred Edith Cain Enochs. She married David Louis Norris in 1968 at Bedford, Indiana. He was born in 1944 at Loogootee, Martin County, Indiana, the son of Delbert Simpson and Mae Frances Holland Norris. They have four children, born 1969-1980 at Bloomington, Indiana. George Curtis Enochs was born in 1920 at Mitchell, Lawrence County, Indiana, the son of Thomas Simpson Enochs (1876-1955) and Cassie May Todd Enochs (1885-1945). He married Mildred Edith Cain in 1941 at Battle Creek, Michigan. They had eight children, 1945-1956, born at Bedford and Connersville, Indiana, and Alhambra, California. Mildred Edith Cain was born in 1923 at Bedford, Indiana, the daughter of Eathel Deamus Cain (1901-1986) and Grace Irene Grow Cain (1903-1974). Ancestors include: William P. Enochs (1815-1852) of Kentucky and Washington County, Indiana; John Cain (1806-1886) of Avoca, Indiana; John Crozier (1665-1737) of Burlington, New Jersey; George Chastain of Henry County, Kentucky; David Todd (1791-1852) of Lawrence County, Indiana; Samuel Willoby (d. 1854) of Indiana and Missouri; William Grow (m. 1847) of Daviess County, Indiana; and John David Hinkle (1844-1924) of Daviess County, Indiana. Contents: Norris and Enochs -- Enochs and Willoby -- Cain and Crozier -- Grow and Hinkle -- Todd and Chastain.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 A1 no. 2631
LDS Film #1320515 item 6

History of the Lewis family, 1635-1958... Lewis Family Book Committee... Arthur A. Lewis... Paul Parks, Wilma Lewis Henry [et al.] The Lewis family of 1958, 1954. [4], 49 p.L ill., ports. "The Lewis family were originally French Huguenots and left France after 1685. Three brothers, William, Samuel and John, fled to England. Samuel fixed his residence in Wales. General Robert Lewis and Colonel John Lewis were sons of Samuel and came to America in 1635." A later descendant of Samuel, Nathan Lewis (b. ca. 1724) immigrated from Wales to Sullivan County, North Carolina. Some descendants moved to the midwest. Includes Todd, Wagoner, Pritchett, McKay, Hemker, Parks and related families.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 Su39s

Our rootsL Suits/Barnard/Ames/Todd. By Larry Suits, c1990. [7], 184 p.L ill., coats of arms, facsisms., geneal. tables, ports. Johann Jacob Sutz immigrated to America in 1749 and settled first in Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Mary, had seven children, ca. 1755- after 1776. The family migrated to Guilford County, North Carolina, ca. 1757. He died there in 1800. Adam Suits (1788-1891) probably the grandson of Jacob Sutz, was born in Guilford County. He and his wife, Elizabeth Pritchett, had eight children, 1814-1835. Elizabeth died in 1857. He migrated to Indiana in 1869 with four of his children. Descendants listed, especially descendants of his grandson, Nathan Suits (1859-1924), lived in Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, and elsewhere. Includes ancestral families of Albert Lee Suits (1881-1961), son of Nathan Suits, and Albert's wife, Nancy Esther Ames Suits (1885- 1952). Ancestors include: Thomas Barnard (1612-1667) of England and Amesbury, Massachusetts -- Robert Eames/Ames (ca. 1640-1693) of England and Boxford, Massachusetts -- Joseph Todd (ca. 1645-1699) of England and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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