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Marriage: Children:
  1. William Benjamin “Williamson’ Todd: Birth: 5 Dec 1837 in Hopkins County, Kentucky, USA.


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Elizabeth Todd: Birth: ABT 1841 in Kentucky, USA.

  2. James Franklin Todd: Birth: ABT 1843 in Kentucky, USA.

  3. Sarah Todd: Birth: Sep 1843 in Hopkins County, Kentucky. Death: Jan 1915 in Webster County, KY

  4. William Todd: Birth: ABT 1845 in Kentucky, USA.

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Notes
a. Note:   1830 Hopkins County, KY Census page 53: 00001-1001 (20-30) b. 1800/10. 1840 Hopkins County, KY Census page 378: 100001-14010 (30-40) b. 1800/10. 1850 Hopkins County, KY Census page 151, Dist 2: John Todd 46 (1804/5)MO, Mary Unknown 36, Williamson 12 KY, Elizabeth 9 KY, Franklin 7 KY,William 5 KY, Sarah 6 KY, and Isaac 2 KY. “According to Obbie Todd, the pension record of Isaac Todd mentions a half-brother named Benjamin. Then I got the pension papers on Isaac from the Civil War and it listed him as having a half-brother named Benjamin who saved his life. Then I researched Benjamin whom later, based on the pension papers, said he lived in Illinois. So, I found a historical article that did a bibliography on Benjamin and it says that John was his father from TN. It would appear that William B. ‘Williamson’ Todd is indeed William Benjamin Todd. “Isaac was in the 35th KY MNTD INF in the Civil was, the same unit as Williamson, his half-brother. Isaac lived in Webster County, KY(branched off of Hopkins County in 1860). His father, John Todd, lived in Hopkins County, KY and is on the 1830/40/50 census records. In 1860Isaac is living with his cousin, Henry E. Todd. Isaac m. Unknown; Children: Lonnie Todd b. 1871. Lonnie m. Unknown; Children: Earnie Barrett Sr. Todd b. 1901 and John Todd b. 1902/3 in Webster County, KY.” Earnie says Lonnie was a minister at the General Baptist Church in Henderson and had fourteen children.” From Jacob Todd: "John Todd listed on the 1830/40/50Hopkins County, KY Census as being from MO b. 1804/05. Williamson's bio states that John died right before the Civil War broke out. It also states that John and a stepmother raised Williamson. Reuben is a little younger than John is and they also live next to a Thomas Todd b. NC 1793/96. When John dies, his youngest children move in with Reuben's family (Isaac b.1848 and William b. 1845/46). This is all on the Webster County Census of 1860 and the first Todds to live in Webster County that was formed off of Hopkins County in 1860." Hopkins County formed in 1807 from Henderson County; Henderson formed in 1799 from Christian County;


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