Person:John Richardson (103)

Watchers
m. EST 1795
  1. William Richardson1796 -
  2. John Richardson1797 - ABT 1867
  3. Elizabeth Maben Richardson1800 - 1879
  4. James Richardson1802 - 1879
  5. Thomas Richardson1805 - 1880
  6. George Richardson1807 - 1884
  7. Henry Richardson1810 -
  8. Margaret Richardson1812 -
m. EST 1821
  1. James Richardson1823 - AFT 1891
  2. John Richardson1826 - 1922
  3. Betsy RichardsonABT 1829 - AFT 1891
  4. William RichardsonABT 1831 - AFT 1861
  5. Andrew RichardsonABT 1834 - AFT 1852
  6. Henry O Richardson1834 - AFT 1900
  7. George RichardsonABT 1836 - AFT 1852
  8. Thomas RichardsonEST 1838 - BEF 1866
Facts and Events
Name[1] John Richardson
Gender Male
Birth[1] 29 JUL 1797 Morebattle, Roxburghshire, Scotland
Marriage EST 1821 Scotlandto Isabel Anderson
Immigration[3][4] 1832 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Census 1851 St Louis de Gonzague, Beauharnois Co., Canada East (QUE), Canadawith Isabel Anderson
Census 1861 Tilbury East, Kent Co., Ontario, Canadawith Isabel Anderson
Death[2][3] ABT 1867 Tilbury, Kent Co., Ontario, Canada
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 IGI: Online searches, Subject: Online search: assorted surnames, Birth 29 Jul 1797 John s/o James RICHARDSON & Margaret MABON, batch C118012, Morebattle, Roxburghshire, extracted Jul 2008.
  2. Various authors. Www searches misc. correspondence: RICHARDSON, Record Type: Assorted RICHARDSON Web searches/Correspondence, L, Dth 18 Aug 1879 James RICHARDSON, aged 77, at Hamilton, Bermuda, of Roxburghshire, online at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~qcchatea/new_dom.htm, extracted Aug 2012.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Various authors. Www searches misc. correspondence: RICHARDSON, Record Type: Assorted RICHARDSON Web searches/Correspondence, L, Commemorative Biography John b 1826 Earlston (Roxburghshire!), s/o John RICHARDSON (tailor), from the Kent-Essex Atlas, posted online by Meg Statton (Lawrenceville, GA) at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/a/Margaret-Staton/FILE/0001page.html, last updated Oct 2000, extracted Aug 2012.
  4. ... he married Isabelle Anderson, and in 1832, with his wife and four children, he set sail for Canada, landing in the New World after a voyage lasting seven weeks and three days.