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The Todd Family in America
or The Descendants of Christopher Todd, 1637-1919.
By: John Edwards Todd, (Northampton, Mass., 1920).
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The book is 750 pages. The full text has been converted to PDF format which is searchable using the Reader's "FIND" function, and it is fully indexed.
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Christopher Todd, was born at Pontefract, West Riding, Yorkshire, England, baptized Jan. 12, 1617, died April 23, 1686, at New Haven, Conn., married Grace, daughter of Michael Middlebrook, of "Hold Mills" Yorkshire, England. He was barely twenty years of age, when he and his young bride sailed to New England with Mr. Davenport's company on the Hector, probably sometime in April 1637.
He had three sons and three daughters, the descendants of whom the whole country around and in distant states, has been overspread. Of the sons, John, the eldest and his descendants for a long time continued to till the paternal acres at New Haven. Samuel, the second son succeeded his father in the grist-mill. His descendants have been the most numerous. Michael, the third son also had a large family and many descendants many of whom have been farmers. Many of his daughters descendants are accounted for in this book.
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