The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Peredwr ap Goronwy ap Adda ap David Gch




Husband Peredwr ap Goronwy ap Adda ap David Gch 1 2

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         Father: Goronwy ap Adda ap David Gch ap Griffith (      -      ) 1 2
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1 M Gwyn ap Peredwr ap Goronwy 1 2

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Howell ap Goronwy ap Einion of Llwyn du, Llangelynin, Talybont




Husband Howell ap Goronwy ap Einion of Llwyn du, Llangelynin, Talybont 3

           Born: Abt 1500 - <Llwyn du, Llangelynin, Talybont, Merionethshire, Wales>
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         Father: Goronwy ap Einion ap Howell of Llangelynin, Talybont (Bef 1514-      ) 4
         Mother: Arddyn verch Ednyfed ap Ierworth (      -      ) 4


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1 M David ap Howell ap Goronwy of Llwyn du, Llangelynin, Talybont 5




           Born: Abt 1540 - Llwyn du, Llwyngwrill, Llangelynin, Merionethshire, Wales
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           Died: Bef 1636
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         Spouse: Mary verch Hugh ap John of Tal y Llyn (Abt 1544-      ) 5 6



Research Notes: Husband - Howell ap Goronwy ap Einion of Llwyn du, Llangelynin, Talybont

From Reifsnyder-Gillam Ancestry, pp.43-44:
"VIII. HOWELL AP GORONWY, of the parish of Llangelynin, Talybont, was born circa 1500, perhaps later. The name of his wife is not given either in the MS. pedigree compiled by his descendant, Rowland Ellis, in 1697, or in Dwnn's Visitations of Wales, taken 1588 to 1603, although he is mentioned in both. He was owner of Llwyn du, in the township of Llwyngwrill in Llangelynin, Talybont, which is described in a document of a later date relating to the Quaker burial place in Llwyngwrill, as "that ancient capital messuage, tenement and lands called Llwyn du,' a 'good and indefeasible estate of inheritance.'"


Birth Notes: Child - David ap Howell ap Goronwy of Llwyn du, Llangelynin, Talybont

Detailed location of Llwyn du from From the book Reifsnyder-Gillam Ancestry, Edited by Thomas Allen Glenn at the request of Howard Reifsnyder, privately printed, Philadelphia, 1902, provided by http://books.google.com, p. 43.


Research Notes: Child - David ap Howell ap Goronwy of Llwyn du, Llangelynin, Talybont

Source: FamilySearch.org (11/10/06) has b. abt 1540, probably in Llwyngwrill.

From the book Reifsnyder-Gillam Ancestry, edited by Thomas Allen Glenn (Philadelphia, 1902), provided by books.google.com, pp. 44-45:

"IX. DAVID AP HOWELL, of the parish of Llangelynin, Talybont, was born circa 1540-1550, and died before 1636.

"Upon his father's decease [Howell ap Goronwy] he acquired Lwyndu, Gwastalgoyd Ucha and Issa, and divers other lands and tenements in the township of Llwyngwrill in the said county.

"He married Mary [verch Hugh] of the parish of Tal y Llyn, in Estimaner Hundred, eight miles south-west from Dlgelly.

"Hugh ap John, who died before 1588, was the son of John ap Meredith y Bedo ap David ap Jenkin ap Llewelyn ap Einion, of Llwydiarth, in the parish of Meifod, in Montgomeryshire. Hugh ap John, of Tal y Llyn, married Catharine, daughter of Rhys ap David.

John ap Meredith, of Tal y Llyn, married Gwenllian, daughter of Ednyfed ap David (living 6 Henry VIII, 1514), son of David ap Howell (Juror in an Inquisition held at Dlgelly, 35 Henry VI, 1456-7), son of Howell ap Einion (living 7 Henry V, 1415, and then one of the heirs to a wele of free land which had belonged to Llewelyn ap Tudor), son of Einion ap David (named in the extent of Henry V, 1419, but then dead), son of David ap Peredyr (Gethin) (named in said extent, but then dead), son of Peredyr (Gethin) ap Llewelyn ap Tudor, Lord of Talybont, temp. Edward I; descended from Ednowain ap Bradwen, as above [see footnote 4].

"Issue:
1. Hugh ap David; of whom presently.
2. John David ap Howell; he inherited Gwastalgoyd Ucha, in Llwyngwril Township, and had David John David ap Howell, of Llwyngwrill, whose will, dated 1661, was proved 6 June, 1661, at Bangor.
3. Other issue."

Footnote 4: "Arch. Camb. 1 ser., vol 3, 208, 258, 261, &c. Records of Caernarvon, Extent Merioneth."


Gwilym ap Gruffydd Lord of Penrhyn and Morfydd verch Goronwy ap Tudur of Penmynydd




Husband Gwilym ap Gruffydd Lord of Penrhyn 7 8 9 10




            AKA: Gwilym ap Gruffudd ap Gwilym of Penrhyn
           Born: Abt 1365 - Penrhyn Castle, Llandegai, (Bangor), Caernarfonshire, (Gwynedd), Wales
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           Died: 1431 - Austria-Hungary
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         Father: Gruffydd ap Gwilym Lord of Penrhyn and Cwchwillan (Abt 1322-1405) 9 11 12
         Mother: Generys verch Madog ap Gronwy Fychan (Abt 1326-      ) 10 13 14 15


       Marriage: Abt 1390

   Other Spouse: Jonet Stanley of Hooton (Abt 1380-1466) 9 10 11 16 17 18 19 - After 1405



Wife Morfydd verch Goronwy ap Tudur of Penmynydd 10 20

            AKA: Morvyn verch Grono ap Tudor
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1 M Tudor Vychan ap Gwilym of Penmynydh, Anglesey (details suppressed for this person)

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Birth Notes: Husband - Gwilym ap Gruffydd Lord of Penrhyn

Glenda Turcks http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=DESC&db=nanatea&id=I33919 gives b. abt 1330, d. abt 1431. Another source says b. abt 1365.


Research Notes: Husband - Gwilym ap Gruffydd Lord of Penrhyn

The History of the Princes, the Lords Marcher, and the Ancient Nobility of Powys Fadog, and the Ancient Lords of Arwystli, Cedewen, and Meirionydd, Vol. IV, p. 342 shows him as "Gwilym ab Gruffydd, Lord of Penrhyn," the second son of "Gruffydd Gwilym, Lord of Penrhyn and Cwchwillan," who was the second son of "Gwilym Gruffydd, Lord of Penrhyn and Cwchwillan."

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From Welsh Biography Online (http://yba.llgc.org.uk/en/s1-GRIF-PEN-1300.html) :

"(3) The eldest son of Griffith and Generys, GWILYM AP GRIFFITH (d. 1431), m. (c. 1390) his kinswoman, Morfydd, daughter of Goronwy ap Tudur (ob. 1382) of Penmynydd (see under Ednyfed Fychan ). Gwilym thereby gained a further share in 'Gafael Goronwy ab Ednyfed' (Penrhyn) as well as lands in Anglesey. In 1389, Gwilym and his younger brother, ROBIN AP GRIFFITH, were granted by their father his lands in Caernarvonshire and Anglesey and it was probably this step which led to their firm establishment in the area. Lands in Bodfeio were given to Robin, who was the ancestor of the family of Williams of Cochwillan (q.v. in App.) . Gwilym was the real founder of the Penrhyn family, but his precise place of residence before 1400 is not known. His wife's dowry had strengthened his hold on 'Gafael Goronwy ab Ednyfed' (Penrhyn) but his main possessions were in the commotes of Menai and Dindaethwy in Anglesey. His wife's mother (Myfanwy) and brother (Tudur ap Goronwy) were alive in 1397 and might be expected to have lived at Penmynydd; nevertheless, Gwilym ap Griffith is described as 'of Penmynydd' in 1400 and 1403, and his will, dated 1430, was signed there. From 1391 to 1397 he held various crown offices in Anglesey, being sheriff in 1396-7.

"His wife's uncles (Rhys, Gwilym, and Maredudd ap Tudur) gave full support to their cousin, Owain Glyndwr (q.v. , and see under Ednyfed Fychan ); Gwilym himself was more cautious, but he was forced by family and other circumstances to throw in his lot with the rebels about 1402. (As has been said, his father and uncle died in Glyndwr 's service.) His brother, Robin of Cochwillan, was also in rebellion but abandoned Glyndwr before 1408, when he appears as a crown official in Caernarvonshire. Gwilym also made his peace with the king before Nov. 1407, when he was restored to his forfeited possessions and was granted, in addition, the lands of twenty-seven Anglesey adherents of Glyndwr who had probably died in rebellion. By 1410 he had been granted the forfeited lands of his wife's uncles, Rhys and Gwilym ap Tudur, both of whom adhered to Glyndwr to the last. His will, dated 1430, also refers to lands which he had obtained from his Tudor kinsmen; his brother-in-law, Tudur ap Goronwy, appears to have d. c. 1400 and his share of the Tudor possessions undoubtedly came into Gwilym's hands. In all, Gwilym ap Griffith appears to have succeeded, through his father's marriage, his own, and the effects of the Glynd rebellion, in gaining control of most of the patrimony of the Tudors; not the least important of the probable consequences was the departure of Owain Tudor (q.v.) to seek his fortunes at the court of Henry V.

"The date of death of Gwilym's first wife is not known. Some time after 1405 he m. Joan, daughter of Sir William Stanley of Hooton, Ches., thus beginning a long and profitable connexion with the rising star of that family. His son by his first wife inherited only his mother's property at Penmynydd, and he was the ancestor of the later Theodores of that place (see Tudor family, of Penmynydd ). Gwilym ap Griffith d. in 1431, leaving his great possessions in Anglesey and Caernarvonshire to his son by the second marriage. (Penrhyn manuscripts, passim; Trans. Angl. Antiq. Soc., 1951, 34-72; J. R. Jones, 'The development of the Penrhyn estate to 1431', University of Wales M.A. thesis, unpublished.)"


Research Notes: Wife - Morfydd verch Goronwy ap Tudur of Penmynydd

From Welsh Biography Online (http://yba.llgc.org.uk/en/s1-GRIF-PEN-1300.html) :

"(3) The eldest son of Griffith and Generys, GWILYM AP GRIFFITH (d. 1431), m. (c. 1390) his kinswoman, Morfydd, daughter of Goronwy ap Tudur (ob. 1382) of Penmynydd (see under Ednyfed Fychan ). Gwilym thereby gained a further share in 'Gafael Goronwy ab Ednyfed' (Penrhyn) as well as lands in Anglesey. In 1389, Gwilym and his younger brother, ROBIN AP GRIFFITH, were granted by their father his lands in Caernarvonshire and Anglesey and it was probably this step which led to their firm establishment in the area. Lands in Bodfeio were given to Robin, who was the ancestor of the family of Williams of Cochwillan (q.v. in App.) . Gwilym was the real founder of the Penrhyn family, but his precise place of residence before 1400 is not known. His wife's dowry had strengthened his hold on 'Gafael Goronwy ab Ednyfed' (Penrhyn) but his main possessions were in the commotes of Menai and Dindaethwy in Anglesey. His wife's mother (Myfanwy) and brother (Tudur ap Goronwy) were alive in 1397 and might be expected to have lived at Penmynydd; nevertheless, Gwilym ap Griffith is described as 'of Penmynydd' in 1400 and 1403, and his will, dated 1430, was signed there. From 1391 to 1397 he held various crown offices in Anglesey, being sheriff in 1396-7.

"His wife's uncles (Rhys, Gwilym, and Maredudd ap Tudur) gave full support to their cousin, Owain Glyndwr (q.v. , and see under Ednyfed Fychan ); Gwilym himself was more cautious, but he was forced by family and other circumstances to throw in his lot with the rebels about 1402. (As has been said, his father and uncle died in Glyndwr 's service.) His brother, Robin of Cochwillan, was also in rebellion but abandoned Glyndwr before 1408, when he appears as a crown official in Caernarvonshire. Gwilym also made his peace with the king before Nov. 1407, when he was restored to his forfeited possessions and was granted, in addition, the lands of twenty-seven Anglesey adherents of Glyndwr who had probably died in rebellion. By 1410 he had been granted the forfeited lands of his wife's uncles, Rhys and Gwilym ap Tudur, both of whom adhered to Glyndwr to the last. His will, dated 1430, also refers to lands which he had obtained from his Tudor kinsmen; his brother-in-law, Tudur ap Goronwy, appears to have d. c. 1400 and his share of the Tudor possessions undoubtedly came into Gwilym's hands. In all, Gwilym ap Griffith appears to have succeeded, through his father's marriage, his own, and the effects of the Glynd rebellion, in gaining control of most of the patrimony of the Tudors; not the least important of the probable consequences was the departure of Owain Tudor (q.v.) to seek his fortunes at the court of Henry V.

"The date of death of Gwilym's first wife is not known."


Research Notes: Child - Tudor Vychan ap Gwilym of Penmynydh, Anglesey

Source: S Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland" by John Burke & John Bernard Burke, vol. I, London, 1847, p. 737
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From Welsh Biography Online (http://yba.llgc.org.uk/en/s1-GRIF-PEN-1300.html) :
"The date of death of Gwilym's first wife is not known. Some time after 1405 he m. Joan, daughter of Sir William Stanley of Hooton, Ches., thus beginning a long and profitable connexion with the rising star of that family. His son by his first wife inherited only his mother's property at Penmynydd, and he was the ancestor of the later Theodores of that place (see Tudor family, of Penmynydd ). Gwilym ap Griffith d. in 1431, leaving his great possessions in Anglesey and Caernarvonshire to his son by the second marriage. (Penrhyn manuscripts, passim; Trans. Angl. Antiq. Soc., 1951, 34-72; J. R. Jones, 'The development of the Penrhyn estate to 1431', University of Wales M.A. thesis, unpublished.)"




Madog ap Goronwy Fychan of Tref Castell and Margred verch Robert




Husband Madog ap Goronwy Fychan of Tref Castell 14 21

            AKA: Madoc ap Groneuy, Madoc ap Grono, Madog ap Gronwy Fychan
           Born: Abt 1292 - Trecastell, Llangoed, Anglesey, Wales
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         Father: Gronwy Fychan ap Gronwy ap Ednyfed Fychan of Tref Castell (Abt 1294-      ) 22
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Wife Margred verch Robert 23

           Born: Abt 1304 - Tegeingl, (Flintshire), Wales 23
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1 F Generys verch Madog ap Gronwy Fychan 10 13 14 15

            AKA: Generis verch Madoc of Penmynydd, Anglesey, Genesis verch Madoc, Generys verch Madog ap Goronwy Fychan
           Born: Abt 1326 - Penmynydd, Anglesey, Wales
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         Spouse: Gruffydd ap Gwilym Lord of Penrhyn and Cwchwillan (Abt 1322-1405) 9 11 12
           Marr: Abt 1360



Research Notes: Wife - Margred verch Robert

If her sister was Angharad, this may be her lineage:
From http://www.mathematical.com/robertangharad1306.html :
*Angharad verch Robert
born about 1306 Tegeingl ctf, Flintshire, Wales

father:
*Robert ap Iorwerth
born about 1282 Tegeingl ctf, Flintshire, Wales
died after 1339

mother:
*Alice verch Ithel
born about 1286 Tegeingl ctf, Flintshire, Wales

siblings:
unknown

spouse:
*Cynwrig ap Bleddyn
born about 1302 Chwibren, Llansannan, Denbighshire, Wales
died after 1334

children:
*Llywelyn "Chwith" ap Cynwrig
born Chwibren, Llansannan, Denbighshire, Wales

biographical and/or anecdotal:

notes or source:
LDS
research of S. E. Oman Salt Lake City


Research Notes: Child - Generys verch Madog ap Gronwy Fychan

Daughter and heiress of Madog ap Goronwy Fychan

From Welsh Biography Online (http://yba.llgc.org.uk/en/s1-GRIF-PEN-1300.html) :

"(2) GRIFFITH AP GWILYM (d. 1405) m. (c. 1360) Generys, daughter and heiress of Madog ap Goronwy Fychan who was third in descent from Ednyfed Fychan through his son, Goronwy , ancestor of the Tudors (see under Ednyfed Fychan ). She brought to her husband lands at Gwredog in Anglesey, together with her share of the family lands at 'Gafael Goronwy ab Ednyfed,' in the township of Cororion in Caernarvonshire. 'Gafael Goronwy ab Ednyfed' was the nucleus of the Penrhyn estate and the whole Gafael corresponds roughly to the present Penrhyn demesne, or park. This marriage marks the first link between the Griffith family and Penrhyn, but Griffith ap Gwilym lived throughout his life in north-east Wales. With his brother BLEDDYN, he d. in rebellion with Owain Glyndwr (q.v.) before Oct. 1406, but Bleddyn's descendants, together with those of Griffith ap Gwilym, through his youngest son, Rhys, continued to be represented in Flintshire and Denbighshire until the 16th cent. The personal connection of the family with Anglesey and Caernarvonshire began with the eldest and second sons of Griffith ap Gwilym."
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From Annals and Antiquities, Vol. I, p. 362: "Gruffydd ap Gwilym, of Penrhyn and Cochwillan, by Generis, his wife, dau. and h. of Madoc ap Grono, or Gronwy, Fychan, of Penmynydd, Anglesey ("ap Gronwy ap Ednyfed Fychan"--Dwnn), had three sons and two daus."
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From History of the Princes, the Lords Marcher, Vol. IV, p. 342: "Generys, d. of Goronwy Fychan ab Goronwy ab Ednyfed Fychan of Tref Castell, Penmynydd, Arddreiniog, and Tref Gayan." 9


Heytir Gorrsson




Husband Heytir Gorrsson 6

           Born: Abt 425 - <Romsdal, (Norway)>
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         Father: Gorr Thorrasson (Abt 0365-      ) 6
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1 M Svidri Heytsson 6

            AKA: Svidri Heytirsson
           Born: Abt 600 - (Norway)
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Captain Thomas Todd and Anne Gorsuch




Husband Captain Thomas Todd 24 25 26 27




           Born: 12 Sep 1619 - Denton, Durham, England
     Christened: 1619 - Denton, Durham, England
           Died: 30 May 1675
         Buried:  - North <River> Parish, Patapsco River, <Baltimore>, Maryland
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Granted: land in New Norfolk County, Virginia, 1637.

Patent for: "Toddsbury" in Gloucester County, 1652.

Purchased: land on the Patapsco River in Maryland, 17 Aug 1664.

Purchased: "North Point," 300 acres on the north side of the Patapsco River in Maryland, 1669.

Burgess: of Baltimore County, Maryland, 1674-1675.

Probate: of his will, 20 May 1677.




Wife Anne Gorsuch 24 28

            AKA: Ann Gorsuch, Anna Gorsuch
           Born: 13 Mar 1638 - Walkern, Hertfordshire, England
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           Died: 1694
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         Father: Reverend John Gorsuch (Abt 1609-Abt 1647) 24 29 30
         Mother: Ann Lovelace (      -      ) 24




Children
1 M Major Thomas Todd 31 32

            AKA: Thomas Todd "the Younger"
           Born: 1660 - Toddsbury, Gloucester Co., Virginia, (United States)
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         Spouse: Elizabeth Bernard (1653-      ) 33


2 M James Todd 24

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3 F Isabella Minor Todd 34 35

           Born: Abt 1663 - King & Queen Co., Virginia, (United States)
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         Spouse: John Madison (      -      ) 36
           Marr: Abt 1664 - Virginia, (United States)


4 M Lancelot Todd 37

           Born: 1691
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         Spouse: Sarah Phelps (      -      ) 37



Death Notes: Husband - Captain Thomas Todd

Died at sea


Research Notes: Husband - Captain Thomas Todd

From Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, p. 48:

Thomas Todd passed his youth in England. He patented land in Elizabeth City, Virginia, in 1647. The "Rent Rolls" of Anne Arundel show, that Thomas Todd, shipwright, surveyed a lot "on ye south side of ye Severn River." It was a portion of the present city of Annapolis. There was a contest in Chancery over the title to this survey. It was decided against him, yet Lancelot Todd, of Baltimore County, in 1718, sold it to Bordley and Bladen. Thomas Todd resided there, in 1657; he was appointed, by Governor Fendall, one of the justices of Anne Arundel.

Thomas Todd took up lands on Fells Point, Baltimore County, and later patented land, including some seven hundred acres on the Eastern Shore. He is supposed to have been the son of Robert Todd, of York County, Virginia, in 1642.

In 1664, Thomas Todd located at North Point. He also held an estate, "Toddsbury," in Gloucester County, Virginia, still held by his descendants. In 1674-5 he was a Burgess in the Assembly of Maryland, from Baltimore County. He married Anne Gorsuch, daughter of Rev. John Gorsuch, rector of Walkham, Herfordshire, whose wife was Ann, daughter of Sir William Lovelace. Her brother Charles Gorsuch married Ann Hawkins, as shown by the West River Quaker records.

Thomas Todd, before sailing for England, with eighty-seven hogsheads of tobacco from his plantation, wrote a litter to his son, Thomas, of "Toddsbury," Virginia, saying: "All my desire is to see you before I go, for I fear I shall never see you, as I am very weak and sick. I want some good cider to keep me alive, which supposed you have enough of. We intyend to set sail to-morrow, if it be a fair wind." He died at sea. His will was probated in Baltimore, Annapolis and Virginia. His widow, Ann, married David Jones. Her son, James Todd, married a daughter of Mountenay, and upon their estate was started the City of Baltimore.
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From http://www.frankcollier.org/Genealogy/Gator/fam1221.html:

Captain Thomas Todd of Virginia and Baltimore County was baptized in Denton, England in 1619. He came to Virginia in 1637 and was granted lands in New Norfolk County for transporting four persons. He patented "Toddsbury" in Gloucester County in 1652 and there he erected a dwelling for his wife and children. "Toddsbury" was inherited by his oldest sonThomas Todd. The simple but beautifully-proportioned house of "Toddsbury"is still standing and has been restored and furnished with antiques by its present owner. It is sometimes opened to visitors in Garden Tour Week.

Captain Thomas Todd was a shipowner, owning the ships Augustine andVirginia. He had extensive land holdings in Virginia as well as inMaryland.

The name of Captain Thomas Todd of "Toddsbury" appears in Maryland records of August 17, 1664, in connection with the purchase of lands on Patapsco River. He described himself as living in Gloucester County, Virginia. In 1669, designating himself a resident of Patapsco River,Captain Thomas Todd purchased North Point, a tract of 300 acres on thenorth side of the Patapsco. This was the site of the famous Battle ofNorth Point, fought on September 12, 1814 between the American andBritish forces in the War of 1812. In June 1669 Captain Thomas Todd purchased 400 acres of additional lands and in 1670 he received warrantsfor 1200 acres for having transported 24 persons to Maryland. He was a burgess of Baltimore County in 1674 and 1675. The will of Captain ThomasTodd was probated on May 20, 1677. By it he devised to his brotherChristopher Todd of London a tract of land called "Todley" situated inQueen Anne County, Maryland. Through Christopher Todd, the Todds havebeen traced to Denton in Durham County, England.

Captain Thomas Todd married Ann Gorsuch, the daughter of Rev. John Gorsuch, whose wife Ann was a daughter of Sir William Lovelace, andsister of Richard Lovelace, the poet, and of Colonel Francis Lovelace,Gov. of New York. The Gorsuch-Lovelace ancestry is a distinguished one.Rev. John Gorsuch was a staunch supporter of King Charles I and,according to tradition, he met his death in 1647 when the Puritans causedhim to be smothered in a haystack. The widow Gorsuch then came toVirginia with the children, as her brother, Colonel Francis Lovelace, wasin Virginia at that time.

After the death of Captain Thomas Todd, his widow Ann Gorsuch Toddmarried Captain David Jones, who lived at Cole's Harbor, part of the siteof the city of Baltimore. Ccaptain Jones, who gave his name to JonesFalls, the stream which runs through Baltimore, arising in the GreenSpring Valley, had a dwelling house at what is approximately the cornerof High and Fayette Streets in downtown Baltimore. This tract, originallyCole's Harbor, was later repatented by James Todd, son of Captain ThomasTodd, and called "Todd's Range". It extended from Broadway on the east toHoward Street on the west, the northern boundary being Madison Street andthe southern boundary the Baltimore waterfront. When Baltimore Town wasestablished in 1729 "Todd's Range" was subdivided into building lots.

Captain David Jones died in 1686 and his widow, Ann Gorsuch Todd Jones,then married Captain John Oldton of Garrison Forest. Captain Oldton wascommanding officer of the Baltimore County Rangers at Garrison on theReisterstown Road. One of the properties which he and his wife owned wasDarley Hall, located at what is now Harford Road and North Avenue inBaltimore City, extending northward to Darley Avenue. This tract was soldto John Ensor in 1697.

From First Families of Howard County, Maryland

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From The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 3, p. 81:

(1) Thomas Todd patented land in Elizabeth City county in 1647, and in Gloucester in 1664. (Land Books of Virginia.)

The will of Thomas Todd, of North parish, Patapsco river, Maryland, dated 1675, proved May 30th, 1677, makes his son, Thomas, sole executor; gives his wife, Anne, 400 sterling, now in the hands of Alderman Richard Booth, in London, and 170 sterling in the hands of Mr. Robert Gorsuch, and also a parcel of land in old England, also in the possession of Robert Gorsuch; legacies to his four daughters by name; to his brother, Christopher, money and 700 acres on Chester river.

There is filed with the will a copy of a letter from Thomas Todd, Sr., dated April 1st, 1676. He was then on board the ship Virginia, bound for England, and was "very riche." It is addressed: "There for my son Thomas Todd at his house on the North River [Gloucester Co.] with all speed."

Thomas and Christopher Todd were probably sons of Robert Todd were probably sons of Robert Todd, who is mentioned in the records of York county, Virginia, in 1642, and who bought land in Gloucester in 1652. His eldest son, William Todd, patented 500 acres in Gloucester in 1666.


Research Notes: Child - Major Thomas Todd

From Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, pp. 48-49:

Thomas Todd, 3rd, who styled himself "The Younger," was the inheritor of "North Point," and the father of Thomas Todd, 4th, and Robert Todd, to whom he left his large estate. The old homestead, that has always been owned by Thomas Todd, descended to Thomas Todd, 4th.
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According to First Families of Howard County, he inherited "Toddsbury."


Research Notes: Child - James Todd

Married a daughter of Moutenay. The City of Baltimore was started upon their estate.


Research Notes: Child - Lancelot Todd

From http://www.frankcollier.org/Genealogy/Gator/fam1220.html:

Thomas was of age before 1671, when he was guardian to his brother John.On 14 Sept 1671, Lancelot and Cornelius Howard of Anne Arundel County,guardians to John Todd, brother to said Lancelot, convey to Thomas Furleyof Talbot County, the tract "Todd Upon Darvan", containing 400 acres, onSt. Michael's River (Talbot Co.,). On 15 Apr 1680, Lancelot Todd was awitness to the will of Cornelius Howard (his daughter Mary was niece toCornelius' wife Elizabeth). On 5 Mar 1684 Lancelot Todd of Anne ArundelCounty and Sarah his wife, "Daughter and heiress of Thomas Phelps" for10,000 sold to Edward Phelps [Philks] "Wolfe's Neck," a tract of 150acres on the Gunpowder which bordered the land formerly taken up byCaptain Thomas Harwood, Mariner; the conveyance was witnessed by ThomasBland and John Howard. (Balto. Co., H. S., 116).

The will of "Lancelot Todd of Anne Arundel County, planter" was dated 28Feb 1691 and proved 10 Nov 1691 in Anne Arundel Co., witnessed by JohnDorsey, Hugh Bawden, and John Leary. (Annapolis, ii, 219) An extractincludes:
TO wife Sarah the dwelling-plantation during life, then to son John.
TO son John a moiety of "Phelp's Rest," horse and colt and be of age at18 years.
TO daughter Mary the other half of "Phelp's Rest," but if she diedwithout issue then to daughter Sarah, then to daugher Ellinor.
TO daugher Mary "shall have and enjoy the Cow and her increase which herAunt Elizabeth Howard Gave her."
TO wife her thirds whom he appointed executrix with the residue beingdivide equally to "my said children."

Lancelot further stated that his "kinsman Lancelott Todd shall belikewise free to work for himself at the Age of Eighteen." The value ofhis personal estate occured on 8 Sept 1691 with a value of 16,720 lbs.tobacco or 69/13/4. His wearing apparel including the breeches of hisservant boy "who is dead" was appraised at 2/8/4. There was also an oldBible, five beds and furniture, one floch bed, an old large fowling Gunnand one unfixed gunn.
FROM; Ancestors of Brian Doig



Charles Gorsuch and Ann Hawkins




Husband Charles Gorsuch 24

           Born: 
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         Father: Reverend John Gorsuch (Abt 1609-Abt 1647) 24 29 30
         Mother: Ann Lovelace (      -      ) 24


       Marriage: 

Events

Religion: Quaker.




Wife Ann Hawkins 24

           Born: 
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Events

Religion: Quaker.


Children


Daniel Gorsuch and Alice Hall




Husband Daniel Gorsuch 38 39

            AKA: Danyell Gorsuch
           Born: Abt 1569 - Bishopsgate Ward, London, Middlesex, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 8 Oct 1638 - Walkern, Hertfordshire, England
         Buried: 


         Father: William Gorsuch (Abt 1543-      ) 40 41
         Mother: Avice Hillson (Abt 1547-      ) 42 43


       Marriage: 



Wife Alice Hall 44

           Born: 
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           Died: 
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Children
1 M Reverend John Gorsuch 24 29 30

           Born: Abt 1609 - Bishopsgate Ward, London, Middlesex, England
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1647
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ann Lovelace (      -      ) 24




Captain Cornelius Howard and Elizabeth Gorsuch




Husband Captain Cornelius Howard 45 46

           Born: 1637 - Norfolk, Virginia, (United States)
     Christened: 
           Died: 15 Apr 1680 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
         Buried: 


         Father: Matthew Howard (1609-1659) 6 47
         Mother: Anne Hall (1610-1659) 6 45


       Marriage: 

Events

Patented: "Howard's Heirship and Chance" near Round Bay south of the Severn, Abt 1662, Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States).




Wife Elizabeth Gorsuch 48

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         Father: Reverend John Gorsuch (Abt 1609-Abt 1647) 24 29 30
         Mother: Ann Lovelace (      -      ) 24




Children

Research Notes: Husband - Captain Cornelius Howard

From http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~lzrslong/b2285.htm :

Captain Cornelius Howard, of "Howard's Heirship" and "Chance" was one of
five sons of Matthew Howard who came to the Southside Severn settl ements
of Maryland in 1662. (Warfield, p. 30). He was named for Colonel
Cor nelius Lloyd (Warfield, 71)

Cornelius and his brothers Samuel and John patented adjoining property on
Round Bay to the northweste of "Hockley", the plantation of Caleb Dorsey,
on the Hockley Branch. (Warfield, 62)

Cornelius was a Delegate representing Anne Arundel County in the
Legislative Assembly from 1671 to 1675. Dying in 1680, he left his
homestead to his wife and son Josep h. Captain Cornelius Howard, Jr, the
boatwright, heired adjoining lands. Daug hters named in the will were
Sarah, Mary (the spinster), and Elizabeth, wife of Andrew Norwood, whose
daughter married John Beale. ( J. D. Warfield, Found ers of Anne Arundel
and Howard Counties, 1973, p. 71.)

Lois is possible daughter of Cornelius. Adam Shipley bought property
from Captain Cornelius and considered it his wife's homestead.
(Warfield, 485)

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Spouses & Children
Matthew Howard (Husband)

Marriage: 1633 1 2 Apr 2001 12:19
Children:
Henry Howard
Philip Howard
Samuel Howard
John Howard
Cornelius Howard
Anne Howard
Matthew Howard

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From The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, p. 30:
"South-side Severn settlements were increased in 1662. Matthew Howard, who had come up from Lower Norfolk, Virginia, in 1650, with his neighbor and relative, Edward Lloyd, had died before 1659, but his five sons now came [around 1662]. They were Captain Cornelius Howard, of 'Howard's Heirship and Chance'; Samuel Howard, of 'Howard's Hope'; John Howard, of 'Howard's Interest'' all adjoining near Round Bay. Philip and Matthew were on North Severn."

Ibid., p. 56:

[In 1667] "Edward Dorsey assigned to Cornelius Howard, his right for land for transporting seven persons into the province. Edward Dorsey and Thomas Manning held a certificate from Thomas Marsh, for 600 acres adjoining Captain Norwood. 'Norwood's Fancy,' held by Captain Norwood, was near Round Bay. 'Dorsey,' held by Edward Dorsey, gave the name to 'Dorsey's Creek,' upon which was located Thomas Gates, whose will of 1659, reads: 'I give to Michael Bellott and John Holloway my plantation. I desire that they give to Edward Dorsey's children free outlet to the woods and spring as formally I have given them.'"



Reverend John Gorsuch and Ann Lovelace




Husband Reverend John Gorsuch 24 29 30

           Born: Abt 1609 - Bishopsgate Ward, London, Middlesex, England
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1647
         Buried: 


         Father: Daniel Gorsuch (Abt 1569-1638) 38 39
         Mother: Alice Hall (      -      ) 44


       Marriage: 

Events

Occupation: Rector of Walkham, Walkham, Herefordshire, England.




Wife Ann Lovelace 24

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Sir William Lovelace (      -      ) 24
         Mother: Ann Barne (      -      ) 49




Children
1 F Anne Gorsuch 24 28

            AKA: Ann Gorsuch, Anna Gorsuch
           Born: 13 Mar 1638 - Walkern, Hertfordshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 1694
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Captain Thomas Todd (1619-1675) 24 25 26 27


2 M Charles Gorsuch 24

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ann Hawkins (      -      ) 24


3 F Elizabeth Gorsuch 48

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Captain Cornelius Howard (1637-1680) 45 46




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