Todd House receives historic sleigh
Last month, the Todd family brought back a one-horse open sleigh from 1870 that originally belonged to the Todd family.
According to president of the North Point Peninsula Council, Fran Taylor, last year when a few Todd’s Inheritance organizers were doing outside work, David Carlton, a Dundalk resident, asked if they wanted it back.
“We said sure,” Taylor said.
Carlton had purchased the sleigh years ago at a Todd House property auction.
When the Todd family reunited at their family reunion, they paid for the sleigh to come back to the Todd house.
“One thing we’re trying to do is bring back authentic Todd memorabilia,” Taylor explained. “This is a great acquisition.”
According to Taylor, the goal is to restore the sleigh.
Todd’s Inheritance Historical site received a one-horse open sleigh from 1870