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Thomas Todd (17651826) was a justice of the United States Supreme Court, 18071826.

Thomas Todd United States federal judge

Thomas Todd was an American attorney and Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Raised in the Colony of Virginia, he studied law and later participated in the founding of Kentucky, where he served as a clerk, judge, and justice. He was married twice and had a total of eight children. Todd joined the U.S. Supreme Court in 1807 and his handful of legal opinions there mostly concerned land claims. The Supreme Court seat first held by Justice Todd is currently held by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Thomas, Tom or Tommy Todd may also refer to:

Thomas Todd was a noted player of the Northumbrian smallpipes, considered by William Cocks to be 'of highest rank'. One account, from 1890, states that he learned the pipes from Thomas Hair, a blind piper and fiddler of Bedlington, who also taught Todd's contemporary, Old Tom Clough. A photograph of him is in the Cocks Collection, and is visible at It is known that Todd taught the pipers Tom Clough and Richard Mowat to play, as well as Mary Anderson, known as 'Piper Mary'. W. A. Cocks later noted that she was herself 'well known in her day as a piper of the first order'.

Tommy Todd was a Scottish footballer who played as a centre-forward for Airdrieonians and Hamilton Academical in the Scottish Football League and Crewe Alexandra, Derby County and Rochdale in the (English) Football League.

Thomas Wingate Todd was an English Orthodontist who is known for his contributions towards the growth studies of children during early 1900s. Due to his efforts, Charles Bingham Bolton Fund was established. He served as Editor in Chief of several journals over his lifetime.

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