Note: o Rowan County as a boy and as a teenager served in the Revolutionary War. As the war was ending, he married Zipporah Conger in Rowan County in 1781. He and his wife and 7 children came to Madison Co KY about 1796 or so. There the rest of his children were born. By 1805, he had acquired 100 acres in the Muddy Creek area. In 1839, he moved to Lawrence County, Indiana and died there in 1843. Notes and Documentation: From Abstracts of Rev War Pension Files 3511: "Thomas, NC Line,S17736, sol was b. 03-Jun-1760 near Easton, PA and lived in Rowan County, NC at enlistment and about 1796 moved to Madison County, KYwhere he applied 13-Aug-1832. About 1839 moved to Lawrence County, IN and lived with his children (not named). Sol had also served as a sub for his bro, Benjamin Todd. Sol's bro, Peter Todd, was b. in Jun 1756 in PA and during the Rev War, he lived in Rowan County, NC and in1832, was a resident of Madison County, KY. Sol's bro, William Todd, was aged 67 in 1832 and during the Rev War, lived with his father in Rowan County, NC and later moved to Madison County, KY. Sol had two bro-in-laws (not named) that served in Rev War." Witnessed the will of Robert Barkley 05-Dec-1786 at Rowan County, NC.Thomas Todd Jr was on the 1784 and 1790 tax lists of Rowan County, NC.Jr prob used to distinguish between the other Thomas Todds in the area. There were three Thomas Todds on the tax list of Rowan County for 1784 and only Thomas Jr appeared on the 1790 tax list. Thomas Todd was on the 1790 Federal Census of Rowan County, NC,Salisbury Dist, with 1M over 16, 3M under 16, and 3 Free White Females.Thomas Todd, along with his bro Peter, son of Benjamin Todd and Sarah Giffin, witnessed the will of Caleb Todd, uncle, son of Joshua, in 1794in Rowan County, NC. Thomas Todd volunteered04-Jun-1777 and served as a Pvt in Cpt David Cowan and John Armstrong’s CO under Col Dixon's NC RGT for 14 months and 7 days. He volunteered in 1781 as a substitute for his bro, Benjamin Todd, and served two months as a Pvt in Cpt James Craig's CO of Light Horse, under Col Davis in the NC troops. Thomas appears in the Madison County, KY tax records 1801-1809 and on Muddy Creek with 100 acres 1805-1809, where he was living when his pension application was executed 13-Aug 1832. Thomas moved about 1839 to Lawrence County, IN to live with his children. In addition to naming his bros, Peter, Benjamin, and William Todd, the declaration mentioned that two of his bro-in-laws served in the Rev War, but did not give their names.
Note: Thomas Todd was born in the Easton/Bethlehem area of Northampton County in 1760. He came t
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