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  1. John Payne Todd (February 29, 1792 – January 16, 1852 [1] ), also known as Payne Todd, 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. Presidential Step-son. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the eldest son of John Todd, Jr. and his wife, Dolley Payne, who is better known to history as Dolley Madison. Shortly after the birth of his younger brother William Temple in 1793, a yellow fever epidemic ravaged the city, afflicting the entire Todd family....

    • Washington, District of Columbia
    • Range 41, Site 230
  3. John Payne Todd The sitter (1792-1852) was the firstborn son of John Todd Jr. (?-1793) and Dolley Payne (later Dolley Madison). 2 5/8 x 2 1/16 in. (6.7 x 5.26 cm) FEATURED IN The Enslaved Community at Montpelier

  4. May 24, 2018 · John Payne Todd (February 29, 1792 – January 16, 1852), also known as Payne Todd, 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.

    • Pennsylvania
    • May 24, 2018
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
    • February 29, 1792
  5. Apr 03, 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 estate.

  6. Mar 04, 2002 · John Payne Todd (1792–1852) was the only child to survive infancy of Dolley Payne Todd Madison and her first husband, John Todd. He attended Saint Mary’s College in Baltimore from 1805 until 1812.

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