Person:Sarah Todd (18)

Sarah Todd
b.abt. 1718
m. abt. 1738
  1. Capt. John McMurtryabt 1739 - bef 1782
  2. Samuel McMurtryAbt 1743 - 1796
m. abt. 7 May, 1751
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Todd
Gender Female
Birth? abt. 1718
Marriage abt. 1738 to Alexander McMurtry
Marriage abt. 7 May, 1751 prob. Augusta County, Virginiato James Young, of Whistle Creek, Borden Tract

This Sarah, wife of 1st, Alexander McMurtry and 2nd, James Young MAY have been a Todd, but there appears to be little evidence to prove her parentage. She is said to possibly be a sister or perhaps an older daughter of William Todd that migrated to Augusta County, Virginia, but no records have been discovered to prove either of these relationships. Additional records and research are needed before her parentage or relationship to William Todd can be established.

Caution: there are several different versions of the Todd Family ancestry that have been propagated over the years. Here is one detailed analysis that should be consulted:

Records of Sarah (wife of 1st, Alexander McMurtry and 2nd, James Young) in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:

  • Page 258.--7th May, 1751. James Young, miller and plantationer, to Sarah McMurtry, £400, marriage contract. To be married according to rules of Church of Scotland. Sarah was a widow with children. Patrick, son of James. Teste: John Collyer, Wm. Brown. Proved and recorded, 20th Novembtr, 1755. Delivered: John Low, May, 1758.