Thomas Todd


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Todd, Thomas

(1765–1826) Supreme Court justice; born in King and Queen County, Va. He advocated for Kentucky's statehood and served its court system as a clerk (1792–1801), a judge (1801–06), and as chief justice (1806–07). President Jefferson named him to the U.S. Supreme Court (1807–26).
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Thomas Todd during an event at the Association of the United States Army in Arlington, Virginia.
Scotswood lost 5-3, Thomas Todd and Jonna Chisholm both scoring twice for Street.
In 1812, the first White House wedding took place as Lucy Payne Washington, the sister of first lady Dolley Madison, married Supreme Court Justice Thomas Todd.
Today's picture shows lifeguards James Elwood (left) and Thomas Todd of the Inshore Rescue boat at Roker with two-way megaphones for picking up cries from swimmers in trouble.
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In addition, the rare Thomas Todd Tunstall Bowie knife will be on display.
Thomas Todd, already the subject of a sexual offences prevention order, repeatedly felt the 16-year-old's leg after sitting down beside her on the Belfast route.
INDIANA--Leslie Alexander, Thomas Todd, Bryan Vandervort
Thomas Todd, who at the age of 15 had struggled but failed to be taken seriously as an actor in Edinburgh, joined the army and fought his first battle in 1808.
julia zacharova, 8, from slovakia and thomas todd, 8, from the uk.
Thomas Todd Kersten of Eugene died July 17 of colon cancer at age 68.