Note: b, in Wilkes County, GA. Aaron was allowed one draw, which meant he was single and a taxpayer 12 months prior to the draw. Aaron’s fate is unknown and the source of his birthdate is unknown as well. Though he has been assumed by early historians to be the son of Benjamin b 1721/1731, the reason for this assumption is unclear. He could have been a child of Benjamin or he could of been a child of Caleb b 1751 who was living in Wilkes Co GA at the time.
Note: Aaron Todd appears on Jun 1803 Land Lottery Draw with Caleb, and Benjamin b 1778, son of Cale
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