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Todd families of America collection of Richard K. McMurtry

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2004
on 3 microfilm reels : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps ; 35 mm.

Notes

Microfilm of manuscript collection (chiefly printouts and photocopies of typescript and handwritten documents) loaned by Richard K. McMurtry of Ben Lomond, California.

"This collection focuses on the Todd families of Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia with special emphasis [on] the families that came to Kentucky from Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia. It also includes descriptive material on the colonial and early statehood origins of 37 different Todd families in various states throughout America."--Section I, p. 1.

"[Collection] is organized in four parts: (A) Essay on Todd families of America, (B) Geographically organized records (by state and then by county) including deeds, probate/estate, court records, vital statistics, (C) Specific Todd families, organized by location of origin (by state and county) (D) Miscellaneous information on the Todds and collateral lines (McQuiddy, Hutton, McKee, Houston)."--Section I, p. 1.

Includes Todd, Hutton, McKee, McQuiddy and other related families.

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