Lyman Todd of Chesterfield MA
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Lyman Todd8, (Asa A.7, Lyman6, Asa5, Gershom4, Gershom3, Michael2, Christopher1) born Sept. 10, 1856 in Chesterfield, Mass., died July 16, 1897, married Sept. 10, 1882, Mary Pease, who later married her husbands brother, Monroe Todd.
2354. Vera Aymice, b. June 29, 1884, d. June 1902.
*2352. Bertha Mary, b. May 9, 1886.
2353. Orman Lyman, b. Sept. 2, 1889, living in Springfield, Mass., in 1919.
2354. Elmer Leroy, b. March 27, 1892, m. April 14, 1917, Alta Viola, daughter of Albert and Ella (Fox) Creassy, who was born Oct. 13, 1890 in Zoar, Mass. In 1919 he was managing the old Todd Homestead at West Chesterfield, Mass., which has been in the Todd family for over a hundred years, he being the fifth generation to have tilled its soil. Besides its original area it now contains many additional acres.
2355. Royce Edwin, b. April 9, 1895, m. Oct. 11, 1919, Isabella Marion, daughter of Wallace J. Converse. He enlisted at Ayer, Mass., Oct. 5, 1917 and in about two weeks was assigned to the 82nd Division which was stationed at that time at Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga., which division sailed for France, April 25, 1918. While stationed at Camp Gordon, he took the Officers Training Course and received a commission of Second Lieutenant in France, June 1, 1918. On July 18, 1918 he was transfered to the 78th Division and was immediately transfered to the 42nd (Rainbow) Division in which division he served until he was mustered out of service, May 28, 1919. He served on the fronts of the Toul Sector, Chateau Thierry, St. Mihiel and the Argonne Forest. He was in the Army of Occupation in Germany from Jan. 11, 1919 to April 15, 1919. In the St. Mihiel drive he received a slight flesh wound and was burned with mustard gas in the Argonne Forest drive.