Many pioneers from the Eastern states of the United States traveled to Alabama during the Great Migration West after the Mississippi Territory was opened to settlers. Some stayed in Alabama, but others moved further west after the Civil War.
Several of Tod Robinson’s descendants moved to Texas, North Carolina, and California. They became prominent citizens and political figures wherever they settled.
Some Descendants of TOD ROBINSON (1776-1838) Alabama Pioneer: With Genealogy Notes & Sources is about Tod Robinson (b. 1776-d. 1838) and includes documentation, notes, biographies and genealogy of many of his descendants. All sources are included. Tod Robinson was a very early pioneer in Alabama. He arrived in Alabama even before it was a state with the father of noted historian, Albert J. Pickett. Many of his descendants moved to Texas, North Carolina and California and became prominent citizens and political figures wherever they resided. Check his descendant outline in the Free Sample pages to see if he is your ancestor.
Descendant surnames included in this book are: CALDWELL, CARMICHAEL, CUMMINGS, CRITENDEN, CRITTENDEN, DEJARNETTE, DENNARD, DUDLEY, ENGLAND, ENGLISH, FAIR, GARRETT, GOODALL, HADEN, HUNTER, KENDALL, LOGAN, MAY, MCCAIN, MCCLUNG, MCKENZIE, MCGOWAN, MORGAN, PORTER, RANDALL, REESE, SHELBY, TARRANT, TERRY, WALLACE, WARE, WYATT