PIONEERS AND IMMIGRANTS
Joseph H. Todd

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Collection Grand Army of the Republic
Copyright Oshkosh Public Museum
Description Albumen print mounted on cream colored card stock of Joseph H. Todd.

Year Range from 1891
Year range to 1892
Medium Cardstock/Photographic Paper/Ink
Notes Bust view image of TODD, Joseph H. - Pvt., 9th Battery, Wisconsin Light Artillery. He wears a dark coat with GAR membership badge. He wears a long full beard.

Joseph was born circa 1843 at England. He was a son of Jabez C. and Lydia Todd and a brother of Henry of a previous sketch. Joseph was listed in the 1860 federal census as residing with his parents on a farm in the town of Nekimi, Winnebago County at P.O. Oshkosh. He resided at Oshkosh when he enlisted there on Nov. 1, 1861. He was assigned as above and was mustered out at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas on Sept. 30, 1865. He was listed in 1868 as a carpenter residing at 118 Ohio Street in the city of Oshkosh. That was the residence of his mother Lydia. Joseph was married in Winnebago County on Feb. 12, 1876 to Wilhelmine Beitz. Joseph was listed in the veteran section of the 1885 and 1895 Wisconsin State census at P.O. Oshkosh. He was listed in the 1890 federal census as residing at 386 Ohio Street in Oshkosh. Wilhelmina, widow of John?, was listed in 1905 as residing at that address with her son George Todd.

{US 1850, 1860, 1890; WC-V 1885, 1895; ROV; T-1868; WCMR v.5 p.63 #373; MR-Red; B-1905}

{US 1890; WC-V 1895; Cemetery Records}
Object ID P2004.1.101
Object Name cabinet card
People Todd, Joseph H.
Place Oshkosh, WI
Print size 4.25" x 6.5"
Subjects Portrait photographs
Male
Civil War
Soldiers
Veterans
Grand Army of the Republic
Carpenters
Immigrants
Title Joseph H. Todd
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