Looks like you have quite a lot of family information on Keith and Todd.You could well be correct about the children born to Levi A. Todd and wife Elizabeth Keith.
The little I have is not based upon documents and mostly by speculation.I was not even aware of Vera Frankie Todd and her marriage to James Monroe Johnston.
It might help if I could find an emumeration in the 1860 census for Chambers Co., AL.
The family data I'm more sure of is for Marion Alexander Todd and wife Arminta Jane Sims and their children.
As you may already know they, Marion Alexander Todd and Arminta Jane (Sims) Todd, are buried in the Paul P. Sims Family Cemetery which is located near Shiloh, Chambers Co., AL.
Arminta Jane Sims; b. 28 Feb. 1853 near Shiloh, Chambers Co., AL. and died 6 Dec. 1916 likely near Shiloh, Chambers Co., AL.
Paul P. Sims
b. 15 April 1822 Laurens Co., SC.
d. 30 Aug. 1899 near Shiloh, Chambers Co., AL.
buried: Paul P. Sims Family Cemetery
m. 17 Aug. 1843 probably in the Shiloh Baptist Church at Shiloh, Chambers Co., AL.
wife: Frances Causey
b. abt. 1826 in GA.
d. July 1872 near Shiloh Chambers Co., AL.
My wife and I have visited the Paul P. Sims Family Cemetery a few times and have photos of many of the grave markers there.Also have an old photo of Paul P. Sims with one of his daughters.Paul P. Sims was a Soldier C.S.A. 61st Alabama Infantry.Ref: film #M374 roll 40.
I've a copy of the Certificate of Confederate Service and Company Muster Roll with his name.
Paul P. Sims was a younger sibling/brother to my GG Grandfather, Clayborn Sims; b. abt. 1813 in Laurens Co., SC and died 5 June 1897 on his farm near Delta, Clay Co., AL.
If you are interested and don't already have family information about Levi Allen Todd and wife Nevada C. Griffin, I will be happy to share.
They Married 20 SDept. 1903 in Chambers Co., AL.Ref: Bk. "10" p. 166.
She, Nevada C. Griffin was born 11 April 1885 in Chambers Co., AL. and died 1955.She and husband, Levi Allen Todd, are buried in the Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery just down the road from the Paul P. Sims Family Cemetery.
I have photos of their grave markers "L. A. Todd 1873-1934" & "Nevada C. Todd 1885-1955"Also; "Hugh A. Todd 1904-1931" Note: The marker for Hugh A. Todd has an inscription "Woodsmen of the world" memorial.
Levi Allen Todd and wife Nevada C. Griffin also had a daughter Mary Katie Todd; b. abt. 1906 and died 19 July 1991.Her husband was Doy A. Henderson.All I have about him is a photo of his grave marker "1899-1969.He and wife, Mary Katie Todd, are buried in the Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery which is located as already given.
Parents of Nevada C. Griffin:
John H. Griffin (1853-1930)
Lula McKnight (1859-1903)
They, John H. Griffin and wife Lula McKnight are also buried in marked graves in the Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery.I do have photos of their markers.
Parents of Lulu McKnight:
Dr. Gilbert Motier Lafayette McKnight
Soldier: C.S.A. Co. "H" 47th Alabama Infantry
b. 30 June 1836 Chambers Co., AL.
d. 4 Aug. 1862 Richmond, VA.
m. 4 July 1858 Chambers Co., AL.Ref: Bk. "5" p. 458A
wife: Flora Ann Keron Bibby
b. 22 Dec. 1841 Chambers Co., AL.
d. 17 Oct. 1886 Chambers Co., AL.
buried: Bibby Family Cemetery - Chambers Co., AL.
Note: She was 2nd married 31 Dec. 1865 to Joseph Looser.
I do have some history on the Looser Family.
Parents of Dr. Gilbert Motier Lafayette McKnight:
b. 6 Aug. 1788 Laurens Co., SC.
d. 26 Feb. 1856 near Shiloh, Chambers Co., AL.
m. abt. 1812 Laurens Co., SC.
wife: Martha Sims
b. abt. 1793 Laurens Co., SC.
d. 17 Aug. 1856 near Shiloh, Chambers Co., AL.
They are buried in a small family plot located in a wooded area about 1/4 mile from the Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery.The small family plot is overgrown with brush and small trees.I've visited the graves and do have photos of their grave markers.
Marths Sims (c.1793-1856) was a younger sibling/sister to my GGG Grandfather, Hiram Sims, (c. 1785-1847/48)
He was born in Laurens Co., SC. and died near Shiloh, Chambers Co., AL.He, Hiram Sims, married Mary Abercrombie abt. 1808 in Laurens Co., SC.She was born abt. 1789 in Laurens Co., SC. and died Aug. 1856 near Shiloh, Chambers Co., AL.
Hiram & Mary are buried in recently marked graves by Chambers County Road #53 in the old Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery which is a short distance from Shiloh, Chambers Co., AL.My wife and I contributed some money and data for the grave marker and have visited the graves and have photos of their grave marker.
I've extensive documented history about my Sims ancestry.
You may not be interested in all of this, but thought to include some data for in formation purposes.