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William Richmond (2)

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of F. W. and T. Richmond

1824 Born in Lancaster

1847 Married Mary Ann Adamson in Bolton-le-Moors; his father Richard Richmond was a farmer[1]

1851 William Richmond 28, iron Monger, lived in Cheetham with Mary Ann Richmond 20, Sarah Betsy Richmond 2, James Adamson Richmond 8 months[2]

1861 William Richmond 37, ironmonger, lived in Elisabeth St, Cheetham with Mary Ann Richmond 30, Sarah Betsy Richmond 12, James Adam Richmond 10, Nancy Ellen Richmond 8, Robert Richmond 7, Emma Richmond 2, Rose Richmond 1[3]

1863 of 40 Elizabeth St. Waterloo rd, Cheetham[4]

1871 William Richmond 48, ironmonger, lived in Cheetham with Mary Ann Richmond 40, James A Richmond 20, millwright, Nancy E Richmond 18, Robert Richmond 17, William Richmond 19, Mary Ann G Richmond 6, Richard Richmond 4, Edith R Richmond 3 Months[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Parish records
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. Directory
  5. 1871 census