Person:Thomas Richardson (58)

Watchers
m. Abt 1856
  1. William Adam RichardsonAbt 1857 - 1859
  2. Francis James RichardsonAbt 1859 - 1859
  3. Frank Ingersoll Richardson1861 - Abt 1954
  4. William Mead Richardson1862 - 1944
  5. Thomas A. RichardsonAbt 1865 - 1931
  6. George B. RichardsonAbt 1867 - 1941
  • HThomas A. RichardsonAbt 1865 - 1931
  • W.  Isabella Crocker (add)
m. 22 Sep 1891
Facts and Events
Name Thomas A. Richardson
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 1865 Manitowoc, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States
Marriage 22 Sep 1891 Manitowoc, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United Statesto Isabella Crocker (add)
Death[1] 25 Sep 1931 Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Manitowoc, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States. Herald Times Reporter (Manitowoc, Wisconsin), Manitowoc Herald, p. 4, Sat., 26 Sep 1931.

    Former Native of County Dead, Burial Here

    T. A. "Al" Richardson, 66, a native of this county, and who, a number of years ago operated a photograph gallery on North Eighth street here, passed away on Friday at a Milwaukee sanitarium, according to messages received here. Burial will take place in this city. The remains will arrive here on the Monday morning Northwestern train and be taken to the Frazier mortuary, Ninth and Chicago street where they may be viewed up to 2 o'clock Monday afternoon when funeral services will be held there with interment at Evergreen. Rev. Phipps will officiate.

    The deceased, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richardson, county pioneers, was born on the homestead farm near Neshoto in 1865 and lived his early life in the county. He spent some time in the Bermuda Islands and returning here opened a photograph studio on the north side. Later he located at Wabeno and still later went to Tipler, Wis., where he became superintendent in the mill there. He was taken to a Milwaukee sanitarium a few months ago. He was married here in 1891 to Isabelle Crocker who survives him with two sons, Dana and Ross and three brothers, Frank of Appleton, Mead of Kaukauna and George of Tacoma.