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Dennis E. Todd (#46523168)
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Bio Photo Crusades motto of the Todds was, "Not by craft but by cunning."
motto of today "Oportet Vivere" (It is necessary to live).

Todd in Old English/Scotland (the foxy one).
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Tracy C.
Henry Lane-Old Jacksonville Floyd
I photographed Henry's stone today but it was very hard to read and the angle I photographed it is pretty much illegible. I added it to his memorial as a photo only so the request could stay active. Sorry it didn't come out well.
Added by Tracy C. on Mar 01, 2014 6:06 PM
Tina C. Smith
RE: John Hinnant Faulk
I will check and see what I have and let you know.
Added by Tina C. Smith on Feb 19, 2014 7:29 AM
Tina C. Smith
John Hinnant Faulk
Seems we share a 4th great grandfather. ;-)
Added by Tina C. Smith on Feb 16, 2014 1:59 PM
Dennis Todd
Please contact me regarding the above. My mother in law, the great grand daughter told me a diffrent story about this family.

Added by Gordon on Feb 10, 2014 1:55 PM
Franklin Cole
RE: Todd Family
I have done a lot of research on my Todd's and I discovered that Joe J. Todd was not a direct ancestor of mine. According to Bill Mosely, my Great Grandfather William Chancey Todd, was a son of Joe's, but research and family interviews told me that his rather was actually Levi Frank Todd. His rather was William John Todd III so Joe is not my Great Grandfather as I always thought. At any rate, I need to get back over there myself as I live in Tennessee.
MY email is Stay in touch.
Phone is 423.432.8145
Added by Franklin Cole on Jan 21, 2014 4:02 PM
Franklin Cole
Todd Family
Dennis, I haven't talked to you in quite a while. Drop me a line sometime.
Frank Cole
Added by Franklin Cole on Jan 19, 2014 10:46 PM
Pvt.Jacob Cannon
Hello Dennis,
I went to the Steven's Cemetery in Loris, S.C. looking for your requested Jacob Cannon 1839-1934
I was unable to find a marker for him. There are many small unmarked stones and some that are just to weathered to read.. Sorry I couldn't help you further..
Added by PalmerMaine on Sep 29, 2013 9:10 AM
D. L. Lee
RE: photo
You are very welcome.
Added by D. L. Lee on Jun 10, 2013 11:58 AM
Deborah Dyda
Death certificate
Hi Dennis,

You are certainly welcome to anything I have on our Todd family. I keep the tree on ancestry, but a good amount is information found through other sources. Please let me know how to send it to you, or we would be more than happy to send an invitation to the tree for your viewing, copying, etc.

My email is: cetmat2 at aol
Added by Deborah Dyda on May 30, 2013 8:14 AM
Deborah Dyda
Mary Jane Todd
Hi Dennis,

Thank you for all the great information and photos of the Todd family of Horry County. Dennis & Mary Jane Todd are both related to my husband, Dennis being his 1st great grand uncle.

Mary Jane, 86 and widowed in 1920 was living in Dog Bluff, Horry, SC with her daughter Vina and a boarder, Oliver Singleton, 76, a widower. Her death certificate states she was born in March 1833 and died 31 August 1921, cause of death 'old age', and parents were Richard Todd and Betsy Jordon. I am curious as to where the 1909 date of death on her grave stone came from?
Thank you you again for all the care you share with this family.


Added by Deborah Dyda on May 26, 2013 4:15 PM
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