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  1. John Payne Todd (February 29, 1792 – January 16, 1852), was an American secretary. He was the first son of Dolley Payne and John Todd Jr. His father and younger brother died in the 1793 Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic, which killed nearly 10 percent of the city's population.

  2. 3 de abr. de 2002 · John Payne Todd was born in 1792, the first child of John Todd and the former Dolley Payne. The death of her husband in 1793 left Dolley a widow until her marriage to Madison the following year. In the marriage settlement Madison generously provided for his stepson by passing directly to him assets to be held in trust from the elder Todd’s ...

  3. His father John Todd was a young and rising Philadelphia lawyer, married to Dolley Payne. They were active Quakers, at home in a large community of Quakers, some of whom, like her family, had left the South to find lives more compatible to their beliefs in Philadelphia.

  4. 9 de dic. de 2015 · In his ninth book, “Scandalous Son: The Elusive Search for Dolley Madison’s Son, John Payne Todd,” Bigler recounts the story of James Madison’s alcoholic, “elusive” stepson. Todd’s life is presented as a parable of what can happen when someone takes their status for granted and engages in self-­destructive behavior.

  5. Title: John Payne Todd. Artist: Attributed to Joseph Wood (1778–1830) Date: ca. 1817. Culture: American. Medium: Watercolor on ivory. Dimensions: 2 5/8 x 2 1/16 in. (6.7 x 5.26 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Mary Madison McGuire, 1936. Accession Number: 36.73

  6. John Payne Todd later built his home, Toddsberth, near the Everona deposit. This was here he attempted to have his slaves quarry low grade marble. While this venture failed, enslaved laborers did extract a low grade slate, called phyllite, which archaeologists have recovered hundreds of fragments from the South Yard.

  7. 18 de jun. de 2020 · When Madison wed his wife, Dolley, in 1794, she was a widow who brought her young son, John Payne Todd, into the marriage. Todd grew up to be a disappointment — his interests were gambling, ...