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Richardson family Bible records, ca. 1826-1933

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typed transcript of original records (3 leaves).

John Avery Richardson (1826-1900), son of George W. Richardson (d. 1856), and Ann E. Timberlake (b. 1827) were married in 1847. They had six children, 1849-1864. He married 2) Arbela L. Binford (d. 1933) in 1879. Birth records for their children not given in Bible but death records include their first, third, and sixth child. According the the attached history, they had nine children.

Includes "Richardson genealogy" with notes from Judge David C. Richardson's "My ancestry, paternal". Robert Richardson obtained land in Accomack County, Virginia, in 1666. His name appears in the Accomack Tithe list until 1669. His son?, John Richardson settled in New Kent County, ca. 1700. Record follows line of descent to William Winfree Richardson, son of John Avery Richardson.

IN Bible records collected by the Martha Dandridge Woman's Club, New Kent County, Virginia / Hannah More Moore Smithie, historian.

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