THOMAS TODD, retired farmer, McComb. Among the early farmers and pioneers of Pleasant Township, this county,
is Thomas Todd, who was born in Franklin County, Ohio, November 9, 1831, son of John and Mary (Patterson) Todd.
The former of whom, born in Maryland, was of English and German origin, a farmer all his life, and the latter a
native of Ohio, of English descent. They reared a family of eleven children, of whom Thomas is the ninth. Our subject
was reared on the farm, receiving a common school education in Franklin County, Ohio, and has made agriculture
the business of his life. He came to Hancock County in 1852, settling on a farm near Findlay, where he remained
only a short time, however, removing four miles north of MeComb. where he owns 102 acres of improved land. Mr.
Todd was thrice married, and by his first wife has two children living: Elenora and William; by his second wife
three children living: George, John and Charles; by his third wife, to whom he was married in 1873. there is no
issue. Mrs. Todd is a member of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Todd is a Methodist and has served as steward of his
church. Politically he is a Republican. He has been school director.
History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: Warner, Beers and Company
Chicago, Illinois 1886
Hancock County, Ohio Biographies
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