Person:William Richardson (86)

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
m. 11 Jun 1890
Facts and Events
Name William Mead Richardson
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 20 Jun 1862 Manitowoc, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States
Alt Birth[4] Jun 1865 Wisconsin, United States
Marriage 11 Jun 1890 Hamilton, Pembroke, Bermudato Naomi Lee Keeney
Census 9 Jun 1900 Kaukauna, Outagamie, Wisconsin, United Stateswith Naomi Lee Keeney
Census 11 Apr 1940 Kaukauna, Outagamie, Wisconsin, United Stateswith Naomi Lee Keeney
Death[1] 26 Mar 1944 Green Bay, Brown, Wisconsin, United States
Burial[1] 28 Mar 1944 Manitowoc, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United StatesEvergreen Cemetery
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Kaukauna, Outagamie, Wisconsin, United States. Kaukauna Times (Kaukauna, Wisconsin), p. 1, Wed., 29 Mar 1944.

    M. Richardson Succumbed to Year's Illness

    Rites Tuesday from Greenwood Funeral Home; Interment in Manitowoc

    William Meade Richardson, 81, 115 1/2 East Second Street, Kaukauna photographer for nearly a half century, died at 9 a.m. Sunday at Bellin Memorial hospital, Green Bay, following a year's illness.

    Operated Studio 48 Years

    He was born in Manitowoc on June 20, 1862 and went to Bermuda with his brother as a photographer. He was married in Bermuda to Naomi Lee Keeney. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson returned to the United States and operated a book and stationery store in Ogden, Utah, for one year before coming to Kaukauna where Mr. Richardson opened the Richardson studio which he operated for 48 years.

    Survivors include his wife, two sons, Elmer of Champaign, Illinois, and Clyde at home; one brother, Frank of Atlanta, Georgia, and one grandchild.

    Rites Tuesday

    Funeral services were held at 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Greenwood funeral home with the Rev. Henry A. Walters of Kimberly officiating. Interment was inEvergreen cemetery at Manitowoc.

    Pall bearers were Henry Esler, H. F. Weckwerth, John Coppes, Arther C. Look, William Peterson and Dr. W. C. Sullivan.

  2. Manitowoc, in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States. 1880 US Census Population Schedule, Series: T9 Roll: 1434 Page: 160.

    1880 US Census Manitowoc
    Name Rel Mar Gender Race Age B/p Occupation Father's Mother's
    Edward RICHARDSON Self M Male W 46 NY Farmer SCOT SCOT
    Elizabeth RICHARDSON Wif M Female W 46 ENG Keeping House ENG ENG
    Frank RICHARDSON Son S Male W 19 WI Farm-Lab NY ENG
    William RICHARDSON Son S Male W 17 WI Farm-Lab NY ENG
    Thomas RICHARDSON Son S Male W 14 WI NY ENG
    George RICHARDSON Son S Male W 13 WI NY ENG

  3. Kaukauna, in Outagamie, Wisconsin, United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Roll: T627_4509; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 44-43.

    RICHARDSON (renting $18/mth): William 77 photographer, own studio b WI attained H-2;
    wife Naomi 68 b AL attained H-4;
    Son Clyde 40 b WI attained "O" educ. level;
    All resid. same place 1 Apr 1935

  4. Kaukauna, in Outagamie, Wisconsin, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Roll: T623_1809 Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 87.

    RICHARDSON: W M 34 b Jun 1865 WI F b NY M b England, photographer marr 10 yrs;
    wife Lenomain (?Lee Naomi?) 28 b Feb 1872 b Alabama F b Missouri M b Bermuda Is, Eng;
    Son Elmer 7 b Sep 1892 b Bermuda Is F b WI M b Alabama emig 1892;
    Son Clyde 1 b Oct 1898 b WI F b WI M b Alabama