Note: 1816(Age: 11) St. Louis Missouri <http://places.ancestry.com/index.aspx?tid=23997500&pid=12487881507&eid=40329009727> Guardianship papers filed for Moses & Aaron Todd, sons of Joseph Todd by Daniel Quick. See story above. From: Carol Filippi: By 1820 Moses was living in Jefferson Co. on the Big River next to an uncle, Benjamin Quick. Presume Moses was still living with his guardian, Daniel Quick. They got into a fight and Moses shot and killed Benjamin. I have copies of the court records. Moses was eventually cleared as self defense but this apparently caused him to leave Jefferson Co. I next caught up with him as an apprentice to Uriah Brock a few years later. As you said, his first wife was Rebecca Brock. It appears, from the estimated birth dates of her children (1850 census) that she married Moses Todd about 1826/27, and had the following children: Joseph Todd, b. ca 1828; Mary Todd, b. ca 1830; Jonas Todd, b. ca 1832; Malinda Todd b. ca 1834. These four children are named in the estate records of Uriah Brock as being the heirs of Rebecca Brock, married to Moses Todd, "who has departed this life". … Rebecca must have died between about 1834 and late 1837, for on 25 Feb 1838, Moses married Maria Carnes in Washington Co. Missouri. The 1850 census of Johnson Twp., Washington County, Missouri , page 155, shows the family of Moses (b. ca 1800, KY) and Maria ( b. ca 1810, MO) with Joseph, Jonas, Mary and Malinda, children of Rebecca, all born in the 1830's as indicated above and then the oldest of the second family, Margaret R. b. ca 1840; Henry b. ca 1842; Washington, ca 1844; Eliza, age 1; and George B. Rickman, age 16. 1850 census lists Kentucky as birthplace. Presumed to be the Moses Todd d 1862 age 62 pvt serving in Confederate Army and previously the Mississippi forces.
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