Todor Vojinović (1760-1813) was a Serbian voivode during the First Serbian Uprising. He was killed during the Turkish occupation of Karađorđe's Serbia in 1813. Todor Vojinović was around 1760 in Gornji Dobrić, a village in today's municipality of Loznica in western Serbia's Mačva district, but then part of Jadar nahija. He was a veteran fighter, a Boluk-bashi (an Ottoman officer rank equivalent to captain) of the Serbian Free Corps that fought the Ottomans during Koča Anđelković frontier rebellion and the Austro-Turkish War (1787-1791). The Serbian Corps liberated a part of the Sanjak of Smederevo, which became part of Habsburg-occupied Serbia (1788–1792). In 1804, Đorđe Ćurčija took Jadar and Rača from the Tuks and named Vojinović Boluk-bashi of the right bank of the Jadar region. From then on, Vojinović remained the only senior military commander at Jadar until Anta Bogićević.elevated him to the rank of Voivode. When Karađorđe's insurrection failed, Vojinović was captured by the Turkish occupying forces and was summarily hanged in 1813. 
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