Edward T. Richardson
b.7 Jun 1812
- H. Edward T. Richardson1812 - 1877
- W. Hannah Masden (add)
m. 20 May 1841
Facts and Events
||Edward T. Richardson
||7 Jun 1812
||20 May 1841
||to Hannah Masden (add)
||Chester, Pennsylvania, United Statesin court to claim money owed on outstanding loan to William H. Scott
||Lewisville, Chester, Pennsylvania, United Stateswith Joseph, owned a grist or flour mill
||31 March 1860
||Chester, Pennsylvania, United Statessold property received from William H. Scott
|| 30 Oct 1865
||Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware, United States
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Biographical and Genealogical History of the State of Delaware, Vol. I (1899); DE Hist. Soc. #F166.9 R94, in Biographical and genealogical history of the state of Delaware: containing biographical and genealogical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and many of the early settlers. (Tucson, Arizona: W.C. Cox Co., 1974), pp. 121-130, Secondary quality.
The Richardson Family were Quakers, with business interests primarily in Delware and Philadelphia, and some connections to Chester County, Pennsylvania.
Children of Joseph and Ann (Spackman) Richardson inc. #5, Edward T., b. 7 June 1812, d. 1877
- ↑ Court File, Court of Common Pleas, #95; Chester County Archives, August 1859, Primary quality.
1) Precipe [original statement of claim], file 27 June 1859 & issue of Summons
Edward T. Richardson and Joseph Richardson trading under the name of the firm of E. T. and J. Richardson vs William H. Scott
- ↑ Boyd's Business Directory of the Counties of Adams, Bucks, Chester, Cumberland, Dauphin, Delaware, Franklin, Lancaster, Montgomery and York, Pa. William H. Boyd, Directory Publisher, Philadelphia, 1860, Secondary quality.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Chester County, PA Land Records, in Chester County (Pennsylvania). Recorder of Deeds. Deeds 1688-1903 ; Index to deeds 1688-1922. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1968).
Book 06, p. 323
Edward T. Richardson and Hannah M. his wife and Joseph Richardson of Elk Township, Chester, PA sold the land to Houston T. Lewis of the same place for $1000 on 31 March 1860
Book E7, p. 164
Edward T. Richardson and Joseph Richardson of the city of Wilmington, DE bought the land from Thomas B. Lewis, administrator of the late Houston T. Lewis, who died intestate for $1005.00 on 30 October 1865
Book Y8, p. 126 - Edward T. Richardson and Hannah his wife and Joseph Richards of Delaware sold the land to Thomas F. Burk of Elk Township, Chester County, PA for $1175 on 4 February 1867
- ↑ William Scott's land was sold to pay the debt. Edward and Joseph purchased the land themselves for lack of other buyers.