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  1. Samuel J Todd: Birth: 18 Nov 1831. Death: 4 May 1868

  2. James Mitchell Todd: Birth: 8 May 1852 in Alabama, United States. Death: 19 May 1915 in Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama

  3. Thomas Franklin Todd: Birth: 10 Mar 1856. Death: 29 Dec 1886

  4. Lucyann Elizabeth Todd: Birth: 9 Feb 1858. Death: 6 Oct 1880

  5. Joanna Todd: Birth: 1859.


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1. Title:   1860 United States Federal Census
Page:   Year: 1860; Census Place: , Pike, Georgia; Roll: M653_134; Page:91;Image: 92.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The GenerationsNetwork,Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America
2. Title:   1850 United States Federal Census
Page:   Year: 1850; Census Place: Division 47, Jones, Georgia; Roll:M432_75;Page: 218; Image: 168.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The GenerationsNetwork,Inc., 2005.Original data - United States of America
3. Title:   U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles
Author:   Historical Data Systems, comp.
Publication:   Name: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The GenerationsNetwork,Inc., 2009.Original data - Data compiled by Histori
4. Title:   Georgia Marriages to 1850
Author:   Dodd, Jordan
Publication:   Name: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The GenerationsNetwork,Inc., 1997.Original data - Electronic transcription
5. Title:   Georgia Marriages, 1699-1944
Author:   Hunting For Bears, comp.
Publication:   Name: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The GenerationsNetwork,Inc., 2004.Original data - Georgia marriage informa
6. Title:   Public Member Trees
Page:   This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry FamilyTreefiles. This source cita
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The GenerationsNetwork,Inc., 2006.Original data - Family trees submitted b
7. Title:   Public Member Trees
Page:   Database online.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date:2006;
8. Title:   1850 United States Federal Census
Page:   Database online. Year: 1850; Census Place: Division 47, Jones,Georgia; Roll: M432_75; Page:
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date:2009;
9. Title:   1860 United States Federal Census
Page:   Database online. Year: 1860; Census Place: , Pike, Georgia; Roll: ;Page: 91; Image: 90.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date:2009;

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a. Note:   With John B. Todd With John B. Todd With wife and children He is found in various public and private records as both John, JohnM. and Mason Todd. He and his wife and daughter Lucy were listed inthe bible of Nora Jurney Gentry Neal. The spelling of his name wasManson in Aunt Nora's record. He was properous enough by 1855 to take in the elderly slave He joined Co B 45th GA Infantry, Brig. Gen'l Edward Thomas's Brigade01 March 1862 under Wilcox's division. Regarding the battle that cost John his life: "Leaving the gory field of the Wilderness, the brigade marched toSpottsylvania Court House, where it was engaged in repulsing thedesperate effort of the enemy to break Gen. Lee's center on May 12.The battle lasted from daylight until past midday, and was one of thebloodiest and hardest contested fields of the war. The enemy werefinally repulsed with sickening slaughter. Thomas' Brigade foughtbravely and suffered severely. It drove the enemy out of a positionpreviously ceded by another portion of the line, and held thatposition through the battle." Thomas' Brigade left Spottsylvania Court House on May 20, the dayafter John died. Official Records: 1862 joins 45th GA Inf Co B 1864 dies atSpotsylvania Battles Fought Battle at Seven Pines, Virginia on 31 May 1862 Battle at Richmond, Virginia on 01 June 1862 Battle at Richmond, Virginia on 15 June 1862 Battle at Richmond, Virginia on 19 June 1862 Battle at Mechanicsville, Virginia on 26 June 1862 Battle at Richmond, Virginia on 26 June 1862 Battle at Cold Harbor, Virginia on 27 June 1862 Battle at Gaines' Mill, Virginia on 27 June 1862 Battle at Richmond, Virginia on 27 June 1862 Battle at Richmond, Virginia on 28 June 1862 Battle at Seven Pines, Virginia on 28 June 1862 Battle at Chickahominy, Virginia on 30 June 1862 Battle at Frayser's Farm, Virginia on 30 June 1862 Battle at Frazier's Farm, Virginia on 30 June 1862 Battle at Richmond, Virginia on 30 June 1862 Battle at Malvern Hill, Virginia on 01 July 1862 Battle at Malvern Hill, Virginia on 05 August 1862 Battle at Cedar Run, Virginia on 09 August 1862 Battle at Cedar Run, Virginia on 10 August 1862 Battle at 2nd Manassas, Virginia on 28 August 1862 Battle at 2nd Manassas, Virginia on 29 August 1862 Battle at 2nd Manassas, Virginia on 30 August 1862 Battle at Richmond, Virginia on 30 August 1862 Battle at Chantilly, Virginia on 01 September 1862 Battle at Sharpsburg, Maryland on 17 September 1862 Battle at Warrenton, Virginia on 29 September 1862 Battle on 15 October 1862 Battle at Charlottesville, Virginia on 16 October 1862 Battle at Fredericksburg, Virginia on 13 December 1862 Battle at Fredericksburg, Virginia on 15 December 1862 Battle at Fredericksburg, Virginia on 16 December 1862 Battle on 13 February 1863 Battle at Chancellorsville, Virginia on 03 May 1863 Battle at Fredericksburg, Virginia on 03 May 1863 Battle at Chancellorsville, Virginia on 05 May 1863 Battle at Richmond, Virginia on 15 June 1863 Battle at Frazier's Farm, Virginia on 30 June 1863 Battle at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on 02 July 1863 Battle at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on 03 July 1863 Battle at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on 04 July 1863 Battle at Falling Waters, Maryland on 05 July 1863 Battle at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on 05 July 1863 Battle at South Mountain, Maryland on 05 July 1863 Battle at Falling Waters, Maryland on 14 July 1863 Battle at Martinsburg, West Virginia on 23 July 1863 Battle at Bristoe Station, Virginia on 14 October 1863 Battle at Romney, Virginia on 26 January 1864 Battle at Wilderness, Virginia on 05 March 1864 Battle at Wilderness, Virginia on 04 May 1864 Battle at Wilderness, Virginia on 05 May 1864 Battle at Wilderness, Virginia on 06 May 1864 Battle at Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia on 12 May 1864 Battle at Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia on 14 May 1864 Battle at Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia on 18 May 1864 Battle at Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia on 19 May 1864 Battle on 21 May 1864 Another description of the actions of Thomas' Brigade during the lastweek of John's life: Grant's strategy was to attack and then pull back in the direction ofRichmond. The Federals moved east toward the small courthousecommunity of Spotsylvania. A.P. Hill was severely sick with prostateproblems. Jubal A. Early took over command of the corps. On the 8thEarly moved east to the Shady Grove Church area, six miles west ofSpotsylvania Courthouse. The armies then began to close their lines.Early moved to the Confederate right along the road running throughthe town. Lee's forces were now aligned in a fish hook formation. Leesent Heth to move all the way around to attack the Federal right.Burnside then moved toward Early with the main Federal attacksconcentrated on the Confederate center and left. The main attack came early on the morning of the 12th. The weather waswet, chilly, and foggy. The focal point of the attack came to be knownas the "Bloody Angle." Thomas' Brigade was positioned a mile north oftown and a half mile south of the apex of the angle. Federal forcesunder Gen. Wright launched a massive assault on the Confederatecenter. Three thousand prisoners were taken. Thousands others werekilled and wounded. The Federals swept Ewell's men back toward thecreek. Thomas's Brigade, positioned just beyond the creek, wasassaulted by Burnside. Confederate artillery pounded the attackingcolumns. Parts of Scale's and Thomas's brigades were sent to relieveLane on the far right. Early launched a flank attack on Burnsidecausing him to pull back away from the apex of the angle. The fightinglasted for nearly 22 hours. Finally the men had no more to give. Thefighting died out. The rain continued throughout the night and thenext two days washing away the blood of twenty thousand souls. Thearmies rested and strengthened their lines before another shift to thesoutheast on the 20th. This was the same unit as contained Mahlon Potts and John's nephewEdmund Jackson Ross. (Research):SALT RECORDS - MONROE COUNTY, GA : 1860 United States Federal Census, Georgia, Pike, Not Stated John M. Todd, 31 Thomas F., 4 Elizabeth A., 19 John M., 10 Lucy A. E., 2 Joana L., 11/12


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