Marcella Elizabeth Todd

FatherRalph Aloyious Todd (1885-1969)
MotherEllen M. O'Hara (1891-1934)
Marcella Elizabeth Todd, daughter of Ralph Aloyious Todd and Ellen M. O'Hara, was born in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, on 26 April 1911.1 She died there aged 74 on 10 January 19861 and was buried at Lawnview Cemetery, Rockledge, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.2 She married in Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaG, in 1928, Richard Bernard Hearn.2 Richard was born in 19082 and died in 1974.2
     In 1920 Marcella was living at Griscom Street, Frankford, Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaG, in the household of her parents Ralph and Ellen, and was recorded in the census as Marcella Todd, aged eight and born in Pennsylvania.3

Children of Marcella Elizabeth Todd and Richard Bernard Hearn

  • Dorothy Hearn2 b. 1928, d. 1997
  • Richard Bernard Hearn4 b. 1930, d. 2004
  • Robert T Hearn2 b. 1940, d. 2012
Sackett line10th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett Family Association descendants
Richard Hearn.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Thurmon King's database, citing Lynn Tinsley.
  2. Email from Richard Hearn to Chris Sackett, July 2012.
  3. 1920 US census, digital image from National Archives microfilm,, Roll T625_1625, p. 6A, Enumeration District 673, image 757
    Griscom St, Frankford, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 24 Jan 1920
    Todd, Ralph A, head, home rented, 33, married, b. PA, father b. Scotland, mother b. PA, repairman, traction co, worker
    Todd, Eleen {ITAL:]sic], wife, 27, b. PA, father b. PA, mother b. Ireland
    Todd, Marcella, dau, 8, b. PA, father b. PA, mother b. PA
    Todd, John Jr, son, 7, b. PA, father b. PA, mother b. PA
    Todd, John, father, 63, wid, immigrated 1880, b. Scotland, father b. Scotland, mother b. Scotland, laborer, shovel mill.
  4. Email from Richard Hearn to Chris Sackett, February 2011.
Last Edited7 July 2012

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