Marcus Richardson

M, #820, b. 1825
Father*Marquis D. Richardson b. c 1792, d. 3 Oct 1826
Mother*Ann Dougherty
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*1825 Marcus Richardson was born in 1825. 
 He was the son of Marquis D. Richardson and Ann Dougherty
Note* He This person based on an entry for the 1860 Fayette Co. Ky Census. The household of William H. contains a 35 year old Marcus (brother?) 
Last Edited28 Apr 2006

Marian (Miriam) Richardson

F, #829, d. say 1834
Father*John Crowley Richardson b. 12 Mar 1754, d. 23 Mar 1834
Mother*Sarah Hall b. 1752, d. s 1834
ChartsDe Calmes
 Marian (Miriam) Richardson was the daughter of John Crowley Richardson and Sarah Hall
Death*say 1834 She died say 1834. 
Married Name Her married name was Richards. 
Last Edited4 May 2006

Marquis Calmes Richardson III

M, #871, b. 21 September 1768
Father*William Richardson b. 26 Dec 1712, d. 6 Aug 1768
Mother*Isabella Calmes b. 1727, d. 10 Jun 1796
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*21 September 1768 Marquis Calmes Richardson III was born on 21 September 1768. 
 He was the son of William Richardson and Isabella Calmes
MARRIAGE*19 February 1789 He married Henrietta Catlett on 19 February 1789. 
Biography*  He is the "unborn" child mentioned in his father's will. He was named for his grandfather. 

Family

Henrietta Catlett b. 15 February 1769
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Marquis D. Richardson

M, #801, b. circa 1792, d. 3 October 1826
Father*John Crowley Richardson b. 12 Mar 1754, d. 23 Mar 1834
Mother*Sarah Hall b. 1752, d. s 1834
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*circa 1792 Marquis D. Richardson was born circa 1792 at Fleming, KY. 
 He was the son of John Crowley Richardson and Sarah Hall
MARRIAGE*29 January 1818 He married Ann Dougherty, daughter of Alexander Dougherty and Susan Scott, on 29 January 1818 at Fayette County, KY. 
Death*3 October 1826 He died on 3 October 1826 at Toliver, GA, He must have died intestate. I checked the Fayette Co.Kentucky wills and found none. There is an interresting inventory. See File. Estate appraisal Will book "G" p. 438 Dec. Ct. 1826.1 
Probate*December 1826 His estate was probated in December 1826 Inventory Marquis D. Richardson Dec. 1826
The undersigned persuant to an Order of the Worshipful County Court of Fayette County appointing them Commissioners to appraise the personal property & Slaves of Marquis D. Richardson deceased have in the following manner made the appraisement & submit this as their report.
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One side Board appraised to $70.00....................................................     70.00
One pair of Madison Tables & 1 Dining Dc.........................................     20.00
One Candle Stand & 18 Windsor Chairs..............................................     20.00
One Rag Carpet & hearth Rug.............................................................      4.00
One Venetian carpet containing 35 yards.............................................     20.00
One Do--------------Do-------------- 12 yards& 3 small pieces.................     10.00
One pair of Andirons & Shovel & Tongs & Knobs for Do..................      8.00
3 Tea Boards & 2 small Warters 12 snuff Trays.................................      6.00
1/2 Dozen Table Spoons 1/2 Doz. Desert D 11 Tea Spoons &2 ladles     45.00
3 Silver Tumblers & Sugar tongs & pair of Decanter Cases..............     30.00
1 Set of Castors $5. 3 decanters & pitchers & lot of Glass Ware $10.      15.00
1 lot of China Ware nearly complete.....................................................     20.00
60 pieces of Liverpool Ware including Tureen Coffee pot..................     15.00
One Wash Bowl & pitcher Tea pot & Sugar Bowl 12 Small plates....      5.00
One portrait of H. Clay $1.--- 4 candle Sticks $3................................      4.00
2 Doz. Knives & forks Dinner & Desert .............................................      8.00
Windsor Blinds $1. One Box Wollen Yarn part colored $6.00...........      7.00
1 low post bedstead. Bed & furniture...................................................     15.00
1 Fancy post Bed Sted Bed & furniture..............................................     25.00
1 Small trunk 1 Small looking Glass....................................................      1.00
1 hight post Bedstead fluted Bed & furniture......................................     25.00
                          Amt Brought forward 383.00
4 Rose blankets & 1 domestic Do .......................................................     10.00
13 Bed Sheets at $1. each ....................................................................     13.00
15 Pieces of table linen at .....................................................................     20.00
10 Towells $3. - 5 Counterpanes & 2 quilts $30. ...............................     33.00
1 Set of Bed Curtains $8. - 2 droping tables & Glass $2. .................     10.00
1 Small Table with drawer & Wash Stand ...........................................      3.00
1 Small pair of Brass Andirons $1. -- one lot of Books $15. .............     16.00
6 Window blinds & lot of Woolen Yarn ................................................      2.00
1 B(r)eakfast table $3. -- 1 Secretary $25. -- 1 Bureau $12. .............     40.00
1 high post Bedstead (plain) Bed & furniture .....................................     25.00
1 Trundle Bed & furniture $ 15. - 1 Old Trunk & Dressing Glass $1.     16.00
1 pair of Iron Dogs, Shovel & tongs ....................................................      2.00
1 Crib $ 2. - 15 Earthen & Stone Crock $ 3. - Old pewter $ 2. ...........      7.00
1 Old Waiter $0.50 - 4 Buckets $2.50 - 2 Washing tubs 75 cents .......      3.75
3 trays & two Lifters $1.00 Straner & wash pan $0.50 .......................      1.50
Waffle Irons $1. 2 flat Irons $1. 1 Kitchen Shovel $0.50     .................      2.50
1 Grid Iron 2 dripsets. fork & spoon $1.50 .......................................      1.50
1 Bread Basket Candle Moulds, Black & Horse brushes .............      1.00
1/2 Doz. of Old Knives & forks $1. two Coffe Mills $1. ................      2.00
3 Ovens & two Bakers $5. - 5 Kettles $10. 1 large pot $1.50 ........     16.50
2 pot Racks $2. Tea Kettle. Coffee pot & Sausage Stuffer $2. ......      4.00
1 Big Wheel $1.50 -- 3 Small Wheels $3. .........................................      4.50
3 Kitchen tables $1.50 -- 2 Scythes & cradles $3. ...........................      4.50
4 Weeding hoes & one Matlock $2. -- 12 harrow teeth $2. ............      4.00
2 Axes $1.50 -- 2 Wedges $1.50. drawing Knife 25 cents ...............      3.25
1 lot of Old Irons Including plane $1. ...............................................      1.00
                         Amt Brought forward ............. 630.00
2 large tubs $2. 9 Small Do. $1. ......................................................      3.00
Hemp seed $1.50 - 1 Iron tooth rake 25 cents ..................................      1.75
1 Pattent plough $6. -- 3 Barshears Do. $5. - 2 shovels $2. .............     13.00
2 Clevis’s-Single & double tree $1.25 - 1 Cutting Box $2. ..............      3.25
1 Barrel of Salt $3. 1 Cutting knife Sheep Shears & watering pots $3      6.00
2 flax Hackles $3 -- One lot of Sole leather $1.50 ...........................      4.50
100 lbs. of Booke hemp $5. -- Brace & Bits $2. - Bluegrass seed $3.     10.00
Horse Shoes & Broom $1. Soap & lard tubs $1 Cotton Cards $0.50      3.50
Bit & Harness $3. Waggon $45. -- 5 pairs of Gears $30. .................     78.00
2 falling axes & curry Comb $2.25 - 1 log chain $1. ..........................      3.25
1 Wood Body & 2 chains $2. Stretchers 2 pairs $2.50 ......................      4.50
1 lot of Corn Blades $2. Rye in Barn $20. ........................................     22.00
33 Geese $5. One Grindstone $1. ......................................................      6.00
25 mules One years old $25. each ...................................................... 875.00
1 Young Jack ........................................................................................     50.00
2 last Spring Colts at $15. each ..........................................................     30.00
1 Yearling Bay Colt .............................................................................     40.00
1 Sorrel Mare Ball face $65. ..............................................................     65.00
1 Bay Mare $65. ................................................................................     65.00
1 Black Mare $60. ..............................................................................     60.00
1 Old Brown horse (Med) $25. ...........................................................     25.00
1 Dun Blind Mare $25. .......................................................................     25.00
1 Red Bull $10. ....................................................................................     10.00
6 Milck Cows & 6 Calves $10. each Cow & Calf ..............................     60.00
9 Heifers $4. each ...............................................................................     36.00
1 Pided 2 Year old Steer $5. ................................................................      5.00
                         Amount Brought Forward ........ 2133.75
56 Sheep at $1. each ............................................................................      56.00
66 hogs exclusive of sucking Pigs at $2. each ....................................     132.00
10 Acres of corn (by Supposition)standing in the field at $4. per acre      40.00
10 Acres of D.(by Do.) cut up & Shocked in field ..............................      40.00
1 Negro man (Daniel) $250. ................................................................     250.00
1 D D (Vartin) $400. .................................................................     400.00
1 Boy Do. (Bap) $300. .......................................................................     300.00
1 Do. Do. (Lewis) $250. .................................................................     250.00
1 Do. Do. (Josephus) $250. ..........................................................     250.00
1 Negro Woman (Lucky) & 2 children (Henry & George) $500. .....     500.00
1 Do. Do. (Maria) $350. .................................................................     350.00
1 Negro Girl (Jemima) $200. ..............................................................     200.00
1 Do. Do. (Mary Ann) $150. ...........................................................     150.00
1 Negro Man (Sam) $400. ..................................................................     400.00
1 Potomac Stallion Colt ........................................................................     250.00
1 Set of Shoe Makers tools $1. ...........................................................      1.00
                                              5702.75
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                All of which is respectfully submitted
Thos. A. Russell
Saml. M. Grant
Elijah Rogen
Sam M Patterson

State of Kentucky
Fayette County to wit December Court 1826
This inventory and Appraisement of the Estate of Marquis D Richardson deceased, was produced in Court, examined, approved, and Ordered to be recorded, and the same is thereupon truly Recorded in my office.
                Att. J C Rodes clk. 
Biography*  Name shown as Marcus Calmes Richardson. Its possible "C" was misunderstood as "D" at some point. Sallie Scott Richardson's DAR papers say Marquis D. while the "Richardson Historical" newspaper calls him Marcus Calmes Richardson. Probably the latter is correct. Vol 50 p 141 (1952) Kentucky Historical Society Bulletin includes Marquis D. Richardson in marriage and deaths published in Frankfort, KY newspaper "The Commentator." 

Family

Ann Dougherty
Children
Last Edited18 Apr 2008

Citations

  1. [S593] G. Glenn Clift, Kentucky Obituaries.

Mary Richardson

F, #847
Father*John Croley Richardson
Mother*Elizabeth Lionberger
ChartsDe Calmes
 Mary Richardson was the daughter of John Croley Richardson and Elizabeth Lionberger
MARRIAGE* She married Lt. Quintin Campbell
Married Name Her married name was Campbell. 

Family

Lt. Quintin Campbell
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Mary Richardson

F, #863, b. 31 August 1752, d. 24 October 1828
Father*William Richardson b. 26 Dec 1712, d. 6 Aug 1768
Mother*Isabella Calmes b. 1727, d. 10 Jun 1796
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*31 August 1752 Mary Richardson was born on 31 August 1752. 
 She was the daughter of William Richardson and Isabella Calmes
MARRIAGE*3 April 1774 She married Capt Charles Buck II on 3 April 1774. 
Death*24 October 1828 She died on 24 October 1828 at age 76. 
Married Name3 April 1774  As of 3 April 1774,her married name was Buck. 

Family

Capt Charles Buck II
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Mary Richardson

F, #879, b. 13 September 1710, d. 18 February 1743
Father*Joseph Richardson b. 3 Apr 1678, d. 18 Aug 1748
Mother*Sarah Thomas b. 31 Mar 1689, d. 29 Jan 1754
Birth*13 September 1710 Mary Richardson was born on 13 September 1710 at Bush River, Baltimore, MD. 
 She was the daughter of Joseph Richardson and Sarah Thomas
MARRIAGE*1730 She married Thomas Cole in 1730. 
Death*18 February 1743 She died on 18 February 1743 at age 32. 
Married Name1730  As of 1730,her married name was Cole. 

Family

Thomas Cole b. 1 March 1705
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Mary Cabell Richardson

F, #852, b. 1868, d. 1924
Father*Robert Carter Richardson b. 18 May 1826, d. 1896
Mother*Mary Louise Lanier Harris b. 1837, d. 1921
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*1868 Mary Cabell Richardson was born in 1868. 
 She was the daughter of Robert Carter Richardson and Mary Louise Lanier Harris
Death*1924 She died in 1924. 
Biography*  DAR 6662 Book 7 p. 226. This is the person who wrote the obituary for Laurie John Blakely (see scrapbook)

She never married. 
Will*10 November 1924  On 10 November 1924 She wrote a will leaving all her money to erect monuments in a cemetery (specifying name and dates of birth and death) and to establish a "Girl's Friendly Memorial Building". She specified that the building was to have the following portraits: Sam O. Richardson, Mary Hopkins Harrison, Randolph, Sam O., Edmund Bainbridge, Marie Louise Lanier, Latitas, Henry Clay Harris. The pictures were to be framed in oval frames and hung in the great living room of the Girl's Friendly. 
Last Edited30 Mar 2006

Mary H. Richardson1

F, #4018, b. 10 May 1817
Father*Samuel Q. Richardson1 b. 1791, d. 8 Feb 1835
Mother*Mary Hopkins Harrison1 b. 9 Apr 1791, d. 10 Jun 1834
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*10 May 1817 Mary H. Richardson was born on 10 May 1817 at Frankfort, KY.1 
 She was the daughter of Samuel Q. Richardson and Mary Hopkins Harrison.1 
Married Name Her married name was Richmond.1 
Last Edited3 Jun 2004

Citations

  1. [S556] Bob Juch, online www.juch.org/gedpage/fam/fam01103.asp.

Mirian Richardson

F, #859, b. 27 December 1748
Father*William Richardson b. 26 Dec 1712, d. 6 Aug 1768
Mother*Isabella Calmes b. 1727, d. 10 Jun 1796
ChartsDe Calmes
Death* Mirian Richardson died at Woodford, KY. 
MARRIAGE* She married Col. John Buck
Birth*27 December 1748 She was born on 27 December 1748 at Winchester, Warren, VA. 
 She was the daughter of William Richardson and Isabella Calmes
Married Name Her married name was Buck. 

Family

Col. John Buck
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Mourning Richardson1

F, #3896
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
MARRIAGE* Mourning Richardson married Arthur Bass, son of Edward Bass.1 
Married Name Her married name was Bass.1 

Family

Arthur Bass b. 1750, d. 1823
Child
Last Edited20 Feb 2004

Citations

  1. [S547] Fred Harvey Williiams, "Basse Family," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, Feb 2004.

Philip Richardson

M, #883, b. 19 March 1715, d. after 1767
Father*Joseph Richardson b. 3 Apr 1678, d. 18 Aug 1748
Mother*Sarah Thomas b. 31 Mar 1689, d. 29 Jan 1754
Birth*19 March 1715 Philip Richardson was born on 19 March 1715. 
 He was the son of Joseph Richardson and Sarah Thomas
Death*after 1767 He died after 1767 Died in either Maryland or Virginia. 
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Randolph Richardson

M, #913, b. 1872, d. 1891
Father*Robert Carter Richardson b. 18 May 1826, d. 1896
Mother*Mary Louise Lanier Harris b. 1837, d. 1921
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*1872 Randolph Richardson was born in 1872. 
 He was the son of Robert Carter Richardson and Mary Louise Lanier Harris
Death*1891 He died in 1891. 
Last Edited14 Jan 1999

Richard Richardson

M, #889, b. 5 May 1723, d. 22 September 1736
Father*Joseph Richardson b. 3 Apr 1678, d. 18 Aug 1748
Mother*Sarah Thomas b. 31 Mar 1689, d. 29 Jan 1754
Birth*5 May 1723 Richard Richardson was born on 5 May 1723. 
 He was the son of Joseph Richardson and Sarah Thomas
Death*22 September 1736 He died on 22 September 1736 at age 13. 
Probate*22 December 1736 His estate was probated on 22 December 1736. 
Last Edited13 Jan 1999

Robert Richardson

M, #910, b. 1863, d. 1874
Father*Robert Carter Richardson b. 18 May 1826, d. 1896
Mother*Mary Louise Lanier Harris b. 1837, d. 1921
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*1863 Robert Richardson was born in 1863. 
 He was the son of Robert Carter Richardson and Mary Louise Lanier Harris
Death*1874 He died in 1874 Never married. 
Last Edited14 Jan 1999

Robert Carter Richardson

M, #850, b. 18 May 1826, d. 1896
Father*Samuel Q. Richardson b. 1791, d. 8 Feb 1835
Mother*Mary Hopkins Harrison b. 9 Apr 1791, d. 10 Jun 1834
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*18 May 1826 Robert Carter Richardson was born on 18 May 1826.1 
 He was the son of Samuel Q. Richardson and Mary Hopkins Harrison
MARRIAGE*28 April 1859 He married Mary Louise Lanier Harris, daughter of Henry Clay Harris, on 28 April 1859.1 
Death*1896 He died in 1896. 
Biography*  Information on this family taken from the will of Mary Cabell Richardson. It does not look like any descendants were left as the children died young. Only possible one might have been Edward Bainbridge Richardson. 

Family

Mary Louise Lanier Harris b. 1837, d. 1921
Children
Last Edited30 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S556] Bob Juch, online www.juch.org/gedpage/fam/fam01103.asp.

Sallie Scott Richardson1

F, #63, b. 9 January 1858, d. 13 July 1934
EDWARD COURTNEY PIATT
FAMILY
Sallie Scott Richardson Piatt and her grandaughter
Jane Ashton Blakely
Father*William Hall Richardson b. 26 Oct 1820, d. 1877
Mother*Jane Shore Stamps b. 4 Feb 1828
ChartsDe Calmes
ReferenceA-15
Birth*9 January 1858 Sallie Scott Richardson was born on 9 January 1858 at Lexington, Fayette County, KY.2,3 
 She was the daughter of William Hall Richardson and Jane Shore Stamps
MARRIAGE*21 October 1879 She married Edward Courtney Piatt, son of Jacob Wykoff Piatt and Martha Eugenia De Valcourt, on 21 October 1879 at Elk Hill, Lexington, Fayette County, KY.2 
Death*13 July 1934 She died on 13 July 1934 at Nicholasville, Jessamine, KY, at age 76.2 
Married Name21 October 1879  As of 21 October 1879,her married name was Piatt. 
CENSUS1880*1880 She appeared on the Census in 1880; I've looked for the young couple and their newborn son in Kentucky and Ohio. Not a trace. Her mother was living in Dog Fennel, KY but the couple is not shown there with her. 
Biography*20 June 1896  Member Daughter of American Revolution #12662. She was admitted to the Elizabeth Kenton chapter of the DAR in Covington Kentucky on June 20th, 1896. DAR certificate in MVW file 6-98.
After the death of her husband at a young age she lived with her daughter Jane Piatt Blakely at "Beechwood". Her daughter predeceased her, and she then moved to live with her brother in Nicholasville, KY. According to Jane Blakely Woodrough, she never really approved of her son-in-law Stephens Blakely. She felt her daughter could have done better.
Jane Blakely Woodrough remembers her grandmother Sally Scott Richardson telling about herfamily's relationship to Jefferson Davis.
JANE ASHTON BLAKELY
SALLIE SCOTT RICHARDSON
JOHN BUCKNER BLAKELY
MEMBERSHIP*28 April 1897  Certificate and application in MVW file June 1998. DAR 12662 Book 13 p. 252

. 
CENSUS1900*1 June 1900 She appeared on the census on 1 June 1900 at Erlanger, KY; Only two children shown living at home. No husband.3 
CENSUS1930*1930  In 1930 She is shown living with her brother and his family.4 

Family

Edward Courtney Piatt b. 25 July 1858, d. 29 August 1894
MARRIAGE*21 October 1879 She married Edward Courtney Piatt, son of Jacob Wykoff Piatt and Martha Eugenia De Valcourt, on 21 October 1879 at Lexington, KY.2 
Children
Last Edited26 Feb 2011

Citations

  1. Her grandchildren called her Mammy.
  2. [S17] SLB Date diary, Date diary, about 1950 MVW file.
  3. [S59] 1900 Census;.
  4. [S518] 1930 Census;.

Sam O Richardson

M, #914, b. 1874, d. 1897
Father*Robert Carter Richardson b. 18 May 1826, d. 1896
Mother*Mary Louise Lanier Harris b. 1837, d. 1921
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*1874 Sam O Richardson was born in 1874. 
 He was the son of Robert Carter Richardson and Mary Louise Lanier Harris
Death*1897 He died in 1897. 
Last Edited3 May 1999

Samuel Richardson

M, #867, b. 1 February 1760, d. 13 January 1831
Father*William Richardson b. 26 Dec 1712, d. 6 Aug 1768
Mother*Isabella Calmes b. 1727, d. 10 Jun 1796
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*1 February 1760 Samuel Richardson was born on 1 February 1760 at Winchester, Warren, VA. 
 He was the son of William Richardson and Isabella Calmes
MARRIAGE*1 January 1784 He married Catherine Hall on 1 January 1784 Built "Portsmouth" in Waterlick, VA. 
Death*13 January 1831 He died on 13 January 1831 at Winchester, VA, at age 70. 

Family

Catherine Hall
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Samuel Richardson

M, #877, b. 6 July 1706, d. 8 February 1764
Father*Joseph Richardson b. 3 Apr 1678, d. 18 Aug 1748
Mother*Sarah Thomas b. 31 Mar 1689, d. 29 Jan 1754
MARRIAGE* Samuel Richardson married Miriam (Cole) Crowley
Birth*6 July 1706 He was born on 6 July 1706. 
 He was the son of Joseph Richardson and Sarah Thomas
Death*8 February 1764 He died on 8 February 1764 at Plantation on Patuxent River at age 57. 

Family

Miriam (Cole) Crowley b. 1710, d. 1767
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Samuel Q. Richardson

M, #834, b. 1791, d. 8 February 1835
Father*John Crowley Richardson b. 12 Mar 1754, d. 23 Mar 1834
Mother*Sarah Hall b. 1752, d. s 1834
ChartsDe Calmes
MARRIAGE* Samuel Q. Richardson married Adelaide Wade Second marriage. 
Birth*1791 He was born in 1791. 
 He was the son of John Crowley Richardson and Sarah Hall
MARRIAGE*February 1812 He married Mary Hopkins Harrison, daughter of Robert Carter Harrison, in February 1812 first marriage.1 
Death*8 February 1835  On 8 February 1835 He was shot and killed by John U. Waring "the number one bad man of Union Co., KY. (see Famous Kentucky Duels by J. Winston Coleman). He was a prominent Lexington (or Frankfort) lawyer. The shooting occurred on the steps leading to the second floor of the Old Mansion House in Frankfort. He had been involved in an earlier duel in 1819 escaping with only wounds.2 
Biography*  He was a lawyer in Lexington.. 
Milit-Beg*1812 He began military service in 1812 Colonel. 

Family 1

Adelaide Wade
MARRIAGE* He married Adelaide Wade Second marriage. 

Family 2

Mary Hopkins Harrison b. 9 April 1791, d. 10 June 1834
MARRIAGE*February 1812 He married Mary Hopkins Harrison, daughter of Robert Carter Harrison, in February 1812 first marriage.1 
Children
Last Edited18 Apr 2008

Citations

  1. [S556] Bob Juch, online www.juch.org/gedpage/fam/fam01103.asp.
  2. [S593] G. Glenn Clift, Kentucky Obituaries.

Samuel Q. Richardson Jr.1

M, #4015, b. 20 June 1828
Father*Samuel Q. Richardson1 b. 1791, d. 8 Feb 1835
Mother*Mary Hopkins Harrison1 b. 9 Apr 1791, d. 10 Jun 1834
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*20 June 1828 Samuel Q. Richardson Jr. was born on 20 June 1828.1 
 He was the son of Samuel Q. Richardson and Mary Hopkins Harrison.1 
MARRIAGE*17 April 1858 He married Mary Jane Williamson on 17 April 1858.1 

Family

Mary Jane Williamson
Last Edited28 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S556] Bob Juch, online www.juch.org/gedpage/fam/fam01103.asp.

Sarah Richardson

F, #861, b. 25 July 1750
Father*William Richardson b. 26 Dec 1712, d. 6 Aug 1768
Mother*Isabella Calmes b. 1727, d. 10 Jun 1796
ChartsDe Calmes
Death* Sarah Richardson died at KY. 
MARRIAGE* She married Benjamin Coombs
Birth*25 July 1750 She was born on 25 July 1750 at Winchester, Warren, VA. 
 She was the daughter of William Richardson and Isabella Calmes
Married Name Her married name was Coombs. 

Family

Benjamin Coombs b. 1749, d. 1838
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Sarah Richardson

F, #886, b. 3 May 1719
Father*Joseph Richardson b. 3 Apr 1678, d. 18 Aug 1748
Mother*Sarah Thomas b. 31 Mar 1689, d. 29 Jan 1754
Birth*3 May 1719 Sarah Richardson was born on 3 May 1719. 
 She was the daughter of Joseph Richardson and Sarah Thomas
MARRIAGE*19 January 1738 She married Frances Pierpont on 19 January 1738. 
Married Name19 January 1738  As of 19 January 1738,her married name was Pierpont. 

Family

Frances Pierpont b. 1712, d. 1780
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Sarah Bainbridge Richardson1

F, #4020, b. 8 October 1815, d. after 1894
Father*Samuel Q. Richardson1 b. 1791, d. 8 Feb 1835
Mother*Mary Hopkins Harrison1 b. 9 Apr 1791, d. 10 Jun 1834
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*8 October 1815 Sarah Bainbridge Richardson was born on 8 October 1815.1 
 She was the daughter of Samuel Q. Richardson and Mary Hopkins Harrison.1 
MARRIAGE*13 February 1844 She married John Leighton on 13 February 1844.1 
Death*after 1894 She died after 1894.1 
Married Name Her married name was Leighton.1 

Family

John Leighton
Last Edited3 Jun 2004

Citations

  1. [S556] Bob Juch, online www.juch.org/gedpage/fam/fam01103.asp.

Sarah Hall Richardson

F, #837, d. say 1834
Father*John Crowley Richardson b. 12 Mar 1754, d. 23 Mar 1834
Mother*Sarah Hall b. 1752, d. s 1834
ChartsDe Calmes
 Sarah Hall Richardson was the daughter of John Crowley Richardson and Sarah Hall
MARRIAGE* She married Thomas B. Warren First marriage. 
MARRIAGE* She married William M. Richards Marriage #2. 
Death*say 1834 She died say 1834. 
Married Name Her married name was Warren. 
Married Name Her married name was Richards. 

Family 1

William M. Richards
Child

Family 2

Thomas B. Warren
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Shirley Ann Richardson

F, #2986, b. 25 October 1943, d. 25 June 1982
Father*Frank C. Richardson b. 21 Jun 1906, d. 17 Jan 1974
Mother*Ruth Lillian Floyd b. 9 Jan 1909, d. 22 Aug 1969
ChartsZachariah Davis
WILLIAM BASSE
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*25 October 1943 Shirley Ann Richardson was born on 25 October 1943 at GA.1 
 She was the daughter of Frank C. Richardson and Ruth Lillian Floyd
Death*25 June 1982 She died on 25 June 1982 at Bleckley County, GA., at age 38.1 
Married Name Her married name was Sasser. 
Last Edited29 Jul 2002

Citations

  1. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.

Sophia Richardson

F, #903, b. 4 July 1675, d. 2 September 1678
Father*William Richardson b. 1640, d. 2 Nov 1697
Mother*Elizabeth (Ewen) Talbot b. 1635, d. 1 Dec 1703
Birth*4 July 1675 Sophia Richardson was born on 4 July 1675. 
 She was the daughter of William Richardson and Elizabeth (Ewen) Talbot
Death*2 September 1678 She died on 2 September 1678 at age 3. 
Last Edited14 Jan 1999

Sophia Richardson

F, #904, b. 21 July 1680, d. 1698
Father*William Richardson b. 1640, d. 2 Nov 1697
Mother*Elizabeth (Ewen) Talbot b. 1635, d. 1 Dec 1703
Birth*21 July 1680 Sophia Richardson was born on 21 July 1680. 
 She was the daughter of William Richardson and Elizabeth (Ewen) Talbot
Death*1698 She died in 1698. 
MARRIAGE*28 November 1698 She married Francis Sparrow on 28 November 1698. 
Married Name28 November 1698  As of 28 November 1698,her married name was Sparrow. 

Family

Francis Sparrow
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William Richardson

M, #821, b. 26 December 1712, d. 6 August 1768
Father*Joseph Richardson b. 3 Apr 1678, d. 18 Aug 1748
Mother*Sarah Thomas b. 31 Mar 1689, d. 29 Jan 1754
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*26 December 1712 William Richardson was born on 26 December 1712 at Anne Arundel Co., MD. 
 He was the son of Joseph Richardson and Sarah Thomas
MARRIAGE*August 1746 He married Isabella Calmes, daughter of Marquis Calmes II and Winnifred Waller, in August 1746 at Winchester, Warren, VA. 
Burial*1768 He was buried in 1768 at Old Church Cemetery, Buckton, VA. 
Death*6 August 1768 He died on 6 August 1768 at age 55. 
Will* He left a will at Frederick, MD, Will book #2 folio 25 and A1 folio 325. 
Biography*  He was educated by private tutors according to the Society of Friends. He settled in Western Maryland about 1751 on a tract of land known as "Monocacy Manor." 
Religion* He was Quaker.1 
Residence*1751 He lived in 1751 at MD; Settled on "Monocacy Manor" near town of Frederick, MD. 

Family

Isabella Calmes b. 1727, d. 10 June 1796
MARRIAGE*August 1746 He married Isabella Calmes, daughter of Marquis Calmes II and Winnifred Waller, in August 1746 at Winchester, VA. 
Children
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Citations

  1. [S478] Blakemore.