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Our Australian Branch is descended from  William Richmond born 1828 Maldon baptised Burnham

Other families connected are: BAYER  BROWNSELL  BULL,  CHADWICK  CHAMBERLAIN  CAMPBELL  CRANMER  CRESSWELL DOHERTY, DUFTY, EATT, ELKES, FURZE, GARNSWORTHY, GARRETT, HARRIDANCE, HAMILTON   HANSON   HART, HATELEY  HEATH  HEMBER  HEWITT  HILEY  HOLE  HOPE   HONNOR  HYNES  JAYKINS JESSE  JOHNSON KITTSON, LADYMAN LAWRENCE MAHONEY, MANN, MASH , MASON, MCMAUGH  MILNES MILNER GRAINGER MITTER, MIZON   MOORE [TAS]  , MORRIS, MURRELL,  NORWOOD  O'NEILL POWYS  QUICK  QUANTRELL  READ RILEY  ROBINSON SCHMIDT SIMMONS  SINGLETON, STAMMER , TAPP TAYLOR, TIPPET TONKIN   WALLER WHEATLEY

FOR GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS  AND MAPS OF MANY PLACES IN GREAT BRITAIN SEE HERE
Places connected: Burnham, Maldon, Essex, London, Camberwell, South Kensington,  Muswell Hill, Taunton, UK,Scotland [Thomas Richmond m Mary Powys 1877]
In Australia: Wedderburn, Port Fairy, Keilor, Kew, Colac,  Ballan, Vic,  Uranquinty, Waggga Wagga, NSW, Perth WA, Devonport Tasmania.
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WEB SITE FOR ALL THE DESCENDANTS OF THIS COUPLE:
William Richmond (1732-1761) m  Sarah Boreham
Archdeaconary of Essex: Marriage Licenses  1749-1774:---
1750: Feb.28 William Richmond. age 22 of Burnham  to Sarah Boreham age 23 of Burnham
 1761: Oct.10 William Richmond age 33  widower of Burnham  to Mary Hunick age 21 of Burnham
                ch:
                    William Richmond (1753- )
                    Peter Richmond (7/3/1755-1837)
                    Elizabeth Richmond (12/9/1756 - )

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My  Richmond Family  History was not as  uninteresting as I once  thought!
Flow chart to help follow my branch, Burnham,Maldon Essex, Victoria, Tasmania WA.etc HERE
When I saw this letter below I realised there was something worth investigating in our family tree .It was written from Tasmania by Henry James Richmond [HJR] my great grandfather to one of his sons in London .
Dear Herbert,             1930 Devonport Tas.

I don't think you will have much success in your proposed search for our ancestors, as I don’t believe we had  any.
At any rate, you would have a century to get over - 75 years of mine and 25 of my father’s .... ” [Captain William "Harridance" Richmond]

This and some  more letters to Herbert together with some  memoirs he had  published in a local newspaper when he was aged about 80 gave me clues where to go with my  research for the truth.

I have made a book of our history- on CD- for cousins via snail mail - email new edition of April 2004 incudes  parts of a "new"  personal log book of  William Richmond [1828-1856] from 1843 onwards. This includes shopping lists for silver buttons colgne and brandy among drawings of ports and part of a love letter and poetry and detailed descriptions of travels past Egypt to Smyrna Turkey  to Liverpool and to Singapore and Hong Kong. Also a child's  drawings by "Harry" his son Henry James Richmond

This research has been going on since 1985 and  the website reflects the ongoing nature of research... much help has been given to me by cousin Margaret Hope Richmond of Devonport, Tasmania who has collected an amazing amount of family history and allowed me to see it.  It has helped that her paternal grandmother retired in to the house Margaret has lived all her life in. Some of what she has stored was collected by Ruth Richmond daughter of Herbert Richmond. Ruth began her research aged 10 with her father in London when she  met cousin Elizabeth Arnold nee Mason and continued her research when she was in her 20s in London with cousin Margaret. Some of her research was it seems, from sources not available now and not quoted by her. And we are led to believe she did not write all she knew...
Expanded Drop down tree from William Richmond 1732  through Sarah Richmond, mother of  Captain William "Harridance" Richmond (b 1828 Maldon, Essex)  the first to live in Australia and father of Henry James Richmond who died 1938 Tasmania, Australia.

Our Harridance line has probably died out.
I have not found any evidence that Henry Harridance 3 or his brother ever married.  But Henry Harridance late 1700s was member of an Independant Chapel in Maldon, Essex
Our direct  Harridance line must have died out: but Henry had a brother with living descendants we have made contact with. 2007.
The 1881 Census London Surrey shows 
Henry Harridance  bc 1827 Maldon  living in Camberwell England with his wife  Rosalie C. nee WILLIAMSON  or LOARING  from Yarcombe, Devon and two  sons:
Henry Harridance III aged 25 born Sept quarter  1855 Maldon Essex died 1908.
Frank Harridance aged 21 born Sept quarter 1859 Maldon. Directories show him  at Wandsworth London, occupation commercial traveler in 1914 .
Look here at 1881 census London-  Harridance and see  name and birthplace and their occupations and exact address and friends and borders.



We are searching for proof of  relationsips of these people: 
One version of the  Richmond  family  tree here.

Parents of Samuel Richmond, [ drop tree] 1795 - 1877 in Burnham  Essex, father of 
James Richmond 1819-1909 , HMS Customs Officer, Burnham and Brighton England.
Parents of Fanny Richmond, b.c 1795 aunt of Sarah R b1810
Parents of Elizabeth Stammers (nee Richmond sister of Fanny), bc1790 - and any descendants
all said they were born Burnham-on-Crouch and the church records for this period were lost I am informed by Canadian researcher.

JAMES RICHMOND 
James Richmond [photos and descendants] (b1819), master mariner then H.M.Customs Officer, and oyster merchant, married Eliza CRANMER of Mersea Island. Eliza was the daughter of Alexander Cranmer, publican, of Mersea Island. James and Eliza lived in Burnham, and Brighton, and probably other ports.

James Richmond and his brother Samuel (1820-23) both born Burnham, were the only known children of Samuel and Eliza Richmond. Probably the Samuel Richmond (mariner), bc 1796 "of Burnham" who married 1815 to Eliza (NEWMAN ) in Burnham.yes when Samuel mariner, died his son James Richmond was with him 1877, Burnham.

JAMES RICHMOND's son  JOHN RICHMOND  b.c 1856 Rochford - we have  lost track of his descendants  -  no found some in London and his children listed [ 2008]  some information now see James Richmonds page.
He was mentioned in his fathers will. In this will James Richmond  left his oyster business to his eldest son, [pic] Alexander Richmond [photo with wife and all children- twins].
Also John Richmond of London,  is  his brother on  Thomas Richmond's death certificate in Edinburgh, Scoltland


Site Map:  RICHMOND FAMILY OF BURNHAM ESSEX 

FAMILY TREES 
Trees from  William Richmond 1732
from Burnham compiled from 3 other trees. 

Our links to James Richmond Cutoms Officer

James Richmond Cutoms Officer's ancestors and descendants.[exc. living]

Linked relationship- chart  for 
Sarah Richmond - Henry Harridance - James Mason
William and Hannah WALLER Tree 

Sarah Richmond 1809-1881

Cranmer Richmond descendants
 

CENSUS RECORDS - Essex  ALL RICHMOND FAMILY
Census 1841,18 51 1881 Burnham -on-Crouch 
Census 1861,: at Burnham-on-Crouch, Maldon, Rochford , Rayleigh, Prittlewell , Leigh , Essex England

1861 Census Richmond Family in Eastern Essex
1881 Census Maldon too 
1881 Census Romford , Essex,  MASON
and Sarah Richmond  in Maldon!
1881 Census  Richmonds in Hartlepool  from Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex

BURNHAM CHURCH RECORDS RICHMOND SURNAMES
St.Mary' s church burnham-on-crouch

Christenings--Gary's

Marriages of  Richmonds  Burnham on Crouch Essex -Gary's
COLOUR CODED FAMILIES 

MARRIAGES  & WITNESSES Burnham  named Richmond 1775-1808 
 & Newspaper ref's to Richmond's of Burnham 1768-1888

1839 Pigots Directoryof our family  and connections
POTTER ,AUGER, COKER , BARNES , STAMMERS , SEWELL , TANSLEY, CRUSH, SEWELL, WRIGHT, WALTON , NEWMAN
BOWTEN  / BOWTON[?] lost this file.
 

Burials Burnham on Crouch Essex  1760-1914 -Gary's

WILLS - RICHMOND SURNAMES
Richmond Wills Essex & newspaper  mentions of Samuel Richmond CAC  m   M.E. Purkiss, d. notice of .Ellen Eliza Richmond.record that exist of wills  by Richmonds...Essex 

Detail of Wills: 1767 of John RICHMOND, of Burnham to grandson Saml. RICHMOND and Smugglers History book detail.

Will of Henry Harridance - Richmond Trust - Calendar of Miscellaneous Family papers at the ERO relating to Henry Richmond.

ENGLISH BRANCHES
Edward Richmond m 
Elizabeth Mason nee RUSH new 2009
George  Richmond m Beckwith
Peter Richmond 1755-1837
James Richmond of Burnham, Rochford, Brighton

St Mary's Church  Burnham-on-Crouch : colour coded for our specific Richmonds, baptisms, marriages, burials, old newspaper items,1880 weddings of Richmond, Catholic and Apostolic Church members, Brighton. and marriages where witnesses were Richmonds or relations we know of .

MASON FAMILY
Mason family James Ellizabeth Sarah 
James Mason -ocupation and children
Elizabeth Mason aka Mme E.Arnold music teacher,poet , linguist India.Elizabeth Mason  bc 1868 Witham,  daughter of  James Mason [ jr] and Elizabeth GLASSCOCK 
 

AUSTRALIAN BRANCHES
William Richmond born 1828  Maldon Essex-Victoria 
AKA "Captain William Richmond"
Henry James Richmond  1854 Vic &  Tasmania
William Richmond of Colac 
William Richmond & Eliza Hewett or Hewitt
of Wedderburn and WA & descendants
William Edgar Richmond Katanning -Western Australia

HARRIDANCE  FAMILY connections: 
Henry Harridance Maldon 
Harridance in ERO
Harridance 1881 London census
Harridance IGI

WEBSTER - CHADWICKS 
WEBSTER CHADWICKS  OF  "LONDON" 
WEBSTER OF BRACKLEY 
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE  who came to Victoria 1852

PHOTOGRAPHS
MALDON  ESSEX  PHOTOGRAPHS
Burnham photos 

OTHER WEB SITES 
Maldon + aerial photos -today
Map of MALDON  Region UK





HEIRLOOMS
This horn cup engraved (scrimshaw) with English hunting scenes and "RICHMOND "done around 1820-30. Probably this belonged to William Richmond [de facto? ]  husband of Hannah Waller. The "common grandfather" of Elizabeth Arnold nee Mason mentioned it in 1921 when writing to Henry James Richmond of Tasmania. [Actually common great grandfather]  James Richmond's (b 1819)  descendants in London have it.

A popular motif back in the 1800s!

 

Fanny Richmond
Oil painting of Fanny Richmond ("bc 1795 Burnham"), painted c.1830 believed to be by Sir John Gilbert a Royal Ademician, who died 1897.

Fanny Richmond was the housekeeper of Henry Harridance (c1793-1858) and his son Henry Harridance "The Younger" bc1826 of High Street, Maldon for at least 18 years from 1841. 

My great grandfather Henry James Richmond refused to take possession of this painting in 1930s. After the death of his father he had lived in Maldon with his grandfather Henry Harridance and in the same house as Fanny Richmond

Fanny Richmond had not been married and had no descendants by 1920, which  would explain why Henry James Richmond [ b.1854 Victoria d.1936 Tasmania]  was being offered this oil painting in 1921 by Elizabeth Arnold (nee Mason) a cousin who was a childless, a music teacher, linguist and great letter writer who  kept cousins well  informed in 1920!  Elizabeth Mason [Essex] and Henry James Richmond [Tasmania] had  a common grandmother - Sarah Richmond [Mrs James.Mason] b 1809 BBurnham - Wantz Rd, died Maldon aged 83.

Fanny Richmond died Maldon Essex left a will with 40 pounds to her sister Elizabeth STAMMERS. The rest of her estate went  to her nephew James MASON  the "younger", neice Elizabeth Fanny MASON. 
 
 

 

Sarah Richmond,  was born 11 Dec. 1809, baptized 11 March 1810, St Mary’s Burnham- on-Crouch daughter of Hannah Waller and William Richmond.  Died 1881 Maldon essex.
She was the niece of Fanny Richmond born Burnham.
Her first child was William Richmond b 1828 at Maldon but baptised in Burnham on Crouch. This was the parish she was born in and thus it was responsible for helping her as needed for life and including raising William as the father was not named.

Sarah Richmond  was married in St Leonards Shoreditch 20 Nov.1829 to James MASON and the witness for the bride was Fanny Richmond her aunt as her  mother was dead.  Also witnesses James Cranmerand John [Young?] 

The 1841census Maldon, Sarah Mason [née Richmond], aged 35  wife of James Mason aged 34, mariner, [born c 1807] and 
James Mason son aged 4 at living in the High St. Maldon.

By 1848 Sarah (née Richmond) Mason lived in Butt Lane. From a property sale “brochure” 1848, the “Masons” rented a “recently-erected” one of 3 tenements of four rooms with ”Garden Ground” front and back forming a frontage to Butt Lane which was being rented for 7 pounds a year. This house is about 60 feet from The Rose and Crown pub on the corner of High Street and Butt Lane, Maldon, Essex. The Quaker house and cemetery is down this road which leads to the Jolly Sailor pub, River and Quay. 

The 1851 Maldon census shows that 
Sarah Mason aged 41, born Burnham, was married and living in Butt Lane, with  James Mason, (Jr.) aged 14 & 
Elizabeth Mason aged  born Maldon. Captain James Mason was probably at sea. 

Sarah Mason  became guardian of her grandson Henry James Richmond in 1864. 
1881 Census Maldon  mid year shows  Sarah Mason, the sole occupant, living Wantz Rd, Maldon,  born Burnham c1803 . 

1881 Death Certificate
Sarah Mason’s death certificate shows it is our Sarah as when she died 17 November 1881 widow, of James Mason seaman, aged 71,  her son James Mason was present at death, caused by  “general decay” , at Wantz Rd, died Maldon

 

OTHER  RICHMOND FAMILYs OF  ESSEX

HANNAH RICHMOND  b1801 in Burnham Essex,
 "Hannah Richmond  in my family tree is the only Richmond that I have, I have not been able to find who her parents were.
All I know is that Hannah was born 1801 in Burnham Essex, she married Edward TRACEY a Mariner who was born in Brightlingsea, Essex. Their first son  who was born around 1824 was named Richmond Tracey and all the Tracey's were Trinity House Pilots and mariners.

Hannah Richmond -  birth from  1841 census tells that she was 40 years old and her children were:-

Richmond    Tracey      aged 15.              1826
John                "           aged  13               1828
Robert            "            aged 10               1831
Thomas          "             aged   8               1833
Elizabeth        "             aged    6               1835
George          "             aged    4               1837
Sophia           "             aged  6 Months.    18th December 1840
All of which were born in Burnham Essex.

email Pauline


Now we are trying to figure out what happend to
William Richmond baptised  1820 Burnham , son of Samuel and Elizabeth Richmond, mariner. at the same date as his brother James Richmond.

GOR: Births Sep 1839
Richmond ,  William Thomas
Registered Maldon, Volume 12, Page 152

Christenings Burnham:
William Thomas Richmond  born Aug.6,1839 of William Thomas & Rebecca Richmond, dredger 

1841Census  in Street, Burnham
Rebecca Richmond 25
William Richmond 2

Births :
Births Dec 1860
RICHMOND Ellen Eliza at Rochford (incl. Prittlewell), 4a, 160 

1861 Census aboard  the "Ellen" Ship, Off Newarp Lightship
William Thomas Richmond 43 (married) Master born: Burnham
William Thomas Richmond 21 (unm) Mate born Burnham
Crew
Samuel Bruce 20 (unm)Able seaman
George Chittocks 16 (unm) Boy
John Palmer 16 (unm) Boy
James Webb 20 (unm) Ord Seaman1861
William Thomas Richmond 43 (married)Master born: Burnham
William Thomas Richmond 21 (unm) Mate born Burnham
Crew
Samuel Bruce 20 (unm)Able seaman
George Chittocks 16 (unm) Boy
John Palmer 16 (unm) Boy
James Webb 20 (unm) Ord Seaman

1871
William T Richmond 31 born Burnham, Captain of "Glencoe" in Harwich Harbour
Rebecca Richmond 54 Mariners Wife born North Fambridge
daughter
Rebecca Richmond 21 born: Burnham
Visitor
Florence Richmond 4 born: Rochford
North Street, Rochford
 

1881 Census for ?
William Richmond 63 Mariner born: Burnham
Rebecca Richmond 64 born: N Fambridge, Essex
Children
William Richmond 41 Master Mariner born: Burnham
Ellen Richmond 20 born: Prittlewell, Essex
G/son
Oscar Richmond 12 born: Prittlewell, Essex
G/daughter
Rebecca Richmond 11 born: Rochford
High Street, Burnham

 

Thanks to EllinSpain  on rootweb for Essex, for this  segment  of information - May 2008 in  [ brownish orange]

1836 Trades Directory  for Burnham (On Crouch)

Isiah Richmond Vessel Owner and Coal Merchant
? Richmond (Mrs) Private Resident
Peter Richmond Vessel Owner and Coal Merchant
Peter Richmond Oyster Merchant
Samuel Richmond Vessel Owner

All these in bold are our relatives/ancestors: 
1841 CENSUS
Elizabeth Richmond 46
Samuel Richmond 46 Mariner
in Lime Street, Burnham

1851 CENSUS
Elizth Richmond 56 born: Burnham
Saml Richmond 56 Ship Owner born: Burnham
Grandson
Saml Richmond 4 born: Rochford
Lime Street, Burnham

1861 CENSUS
Elizabeth Richmond 66
Samuel Richmond 66 ... Dredger & owner of a Schooner
G/daughter
Eliza Richmond 8 born: Rochford
Lime Street, Burnham
rest as before

1871 CENSUS in Lime Street
James Richmond 52 P.C. Officer H.M. Customs born Burnham
Eliza Richmond 51 b Mersea, Essex
Children
Alexander Richmond 26 Oyster Dredger b Burnham
John Richmond 14 b Rochford
Elizabeth Richmond 12 b Rochford
Sophy Richmond 8 b Rochford
Father
Samuel Richmond 76 (Wid) Oyster Dredger b Burnham
 


Searching for  the birth date and place of  Isaac Samuel  RICHMOND
(born  1813 died march qrtr 1858 in West Ham   4a / page 11 -  ) carpenter.

WHERE WAS Isaac Samuel  RICHMOND  IN 1851?

Answered by a helpful person called Val on the East of London FHS on Rootsweb.com- many thanks!
Here is Isaac Samuel Richmond staying with his brother in law.

1851 Census  "H107/1471/219b  --  Ivy House, London Rd, Fulham

//George WILLIS  47 builder
Mary WILLIS  50
Isaac S  RICHMOND  38 ,  brother in law, carpenter,  born Fulham [MSX]  //
- perhaps he was away doing a job and living with his sister at the time of the census." yes.

SEARCH FOR MARRIAGE of Isaac Samuel Richmond  to Harriet SMITH C 1837-44
AIGS    films of St Caths Sept 1837 onwards recorded.,  May 2005
no Samule Richmond 1837 Sept or Dec qrtrs'
1838 no Samule R,
1839 one Samuel Goodliff m in June qrtr at Thrapston 15/575
1840 no Samuel
1841 none,
1842 sept qrtr Samuel Bethnal Green  2/5  no Harriet Smith m in this qrtr.
1842 Samuel R at Radford 15/700
perhaps we need to search 1842 onwards or look into the Bethnal green  record as it harriet was a widow it would be listed under other than SMITH.

Another SEARCH FOR MARRIAGE of Isaac Samuel RICHMOND  to Harriet SMITHfrom the years 1837 - 1842 produced no entry for this man -or  one with one of his first names-IGS films GRO records.
There were 2 marriages of men called Samuel Richmond in 1842 Sept qrtr, one in Bethnal Green district,
2/ 5 - no Harriet Smith marriage in this quarter- and one at Radford  Reg  District , 15 / 700 - we need to search more for Isaac and or Samuel Richmond marriage after 1842. I note the date on freebmd is very poor percentage for marriages a in 1847 - I will go back and search these films 1948 -1845 - years by hand asap.see above..



Isaac Samuel  RICHMOND ( 1813 [+ or  - 1 yr] Fulham  - 1858 in West Ham London  ) carpenter.

His family was in West Ham  from CD index of 1851 Census-     2 May  2005 thanks David!
Richmond Harriet          36  West Ham Essex  -   411 - this is the "piece number"
Richmond Harriet         13   West Ham Essex  -   411
Richmond Henry Wm    13   West Ham Essex  -   411
Richmond Emma             8   West Ham Essex  -   411
Richmond Hannah           6  West Ham Essex  -   411
Richmond Mary              4 MDX Mile End - 411
Richmond Frederick G    2  West Ham Essex  -   411
Richmond Amelia             8 mths   West Ham Essex  -   411

[West HamRegistration district: Created 1st July 1837.
Sub-districts : Canning Town; Forest Gate; Leyton; North East Ham; North Leyton; Plaistow; South East Ham; South Leyton; Stratford; Walthamstow; Wanstead; West Ham.
GRO volumes : XII (1837-51); 4a (1852-1930).
Cann Hall, East Ham, Leyton, Little Ilford, Walthamstow, Wanstead, West Ham, Woodford.]

Isaac Samuel  RICHMOND's :Frederick George Richmond b. 9 August 1848 [FGR] West  Ham d South Africa schoolmaster

FGR was born to Isaac Samuel RICHMOND   and Harriet "(nee SMITH d. Jun 1867 aged 52)
[Free bmd - death June qrt 1867 :  Richmond  Harriett  52  W.Ham  Vol 4a  page 24]

1861 CENSUS  living at 177 Plaistow Grove, West Ham.was
Isaac Samuel Richmond's widow Harriet Richmond launderer aged 46.

177 - Plaistow Grove - Harriet Richmond - Head - 46 (age) - Launderer - b West Ham
177 - Plaistow Grove - Amelia Richmond - Daughter - 10 (age) - Scholar(Profession) - b West Ham
177 - Plaistow Grove - Rose Richmond - Daughter - 4 (age) - Scholar - b West Ham

 1861 CENSUS - now June 2005   I am  looking for SMITH connections-  more info thanks- Doreeen.

"West Ham,  1861 + index - RG9/1057 f57
1 John St,
Hannah Smith, Wid, 71, annuitant, Norfolk
", Mary Richmond, Gdtr,Un,14, , Middx London
", George Smith, Gson, Un, 16, dock lab, West Ham

5 (unreadble) Place, Emma Richmond, Assistant, Un, 18, assistant, West Ham
(living with Henry & Elizabeth Baldwin, printers blockcutter)

[see above]
- (no number) Plaistow Grove, Harriet Richmond, Wid, 46, Laundress, West Ham
", Amelia Richmond, dtr, un, 10, scholar, West Ham
", Rose S(or possibly L), dtr, un, 4,,West Ham

They were the only Richmonds on my index, Plaistow Grove is also close to All Saints, "

Free bdm:
 Births Dec 1844 Hannah RICHMOND     West Ham  12 /291
 Births Sep 1853 Alfred  RICHMOND      W Ham  4a /19.

FGR became the headmaster of the Boys' Model School in Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa in 1873 (aged 25). He possibly arrived in SA just before this.
He retired from the school in June 1904.
Another, Henry William RICHMOND was on the staff of the school from Aug 1889 until Dec 1899.

 1881 British Census which shows a Henry W RICHMOND on the birth place as West Ham and his occupation as School teacher. This could have been him, so maybe so a family link there. very likley.
          [  freebmd [ no marriage of  a Henry William R - 1854- 1880, but this could be him-
                    Marriages Sep 1860- Richmond  Henry    London City  1c 217]

FGR's siblings include Rose and Amelia and Emma Richmond

The daughter Rose in 1861 Census is in 1871 household of brother-in-law Edward MAY, so the Emma whose birth was registered in 1842 probably the same family.

Births Dec 1842 RICHMOND  Emma     W. Ham  12 / 273
Marriages Dec 1866
MAY  Edward     St. George S.  1d /156
RICHMOND  Emma     St. George S.  1d/ 156
 

 William Henry Richmond.
Births Sep 1840 RICHMOND  William Henry    W Ham  12 / 262
(Deaths Mar 1842 Richmond  William Henry    Wt. Ham  12 /217)

. RICHMOND was not common surname in West Ham Essex

We look forward to hearing any information about these people:
 


MORE WEST HAM RICHMONDS  August 2005  -  Thank you David F
CENSUS DATE : 31 March, 1901

Person Details for Schedule:   Schedule Number      323,  RG Number, Series    RG13,  Piece                1574, Folio                 32, Page                56

Address          185 Balaam St
Civil Parish                       West Ham
Parliamentary Borough or Division  South West Ham
Ecclesiastical Parish              St Mary
Administrative County              West Ham
//
Arthur Richmond  Relation to Head of Family:  Head,
Condition as to Marriage    M, Age Last Birthday       47
[ Born: 1854  ??? 18??    ]
Sex     M, Profession or Occupation     Electrician, Employment Status            Worker
Where Born   London Bermondsey

Constance L Richmond - Relation to Head of Family  - Wife,
Condition as to Marriage     M, Age Last Birthday            42  Born: 1858,          September 1858  District: Rotherhithe  ,  Volume:  1d  Page 462
Sex     F,  Profession or Occupation , Employment Status            Undefined
Where Born    London Rotherithe

Arthur Augustus Clarence(?) Richmond  - Relation to Head of Family   Son,,
Condition as to Marriage ,, Age Last Birthday            14   Born:  March (?) 1887   ,        District:   West Ham   ,     Volume      4a,        Page       65 , Sex                          M
Profession or Occupation , Employment Status            Undefined,  Where Born     Essex Plaistow

Ernest Richmond - Relation to Head of Family   Son.
Condition as to Marriage , Age Last Birthday            11  Born: 1890
Sex                          M, Profession or Occupation, Employment Status            Undefined
Where Born                   Essex Plaistow

Louisa Towns  -  Relation to Head of Family  Mother In Law
Condition as to Marriage     W,
Age Last Birthday            73  Born: 1828
Sex                          F
Profession or Occupation     Living On Own Means
Employment Status            Undefined
Where Born                   London Southwark

....

Marriage details:
Arthur William RICHMOND to Constance Louisa TOWNS,
West Ham, Vol 4a, Page 117 , September 1883

Arthur W Richmond
Died                     Sep 1902, age 48                     District: West Ham                      Volume  4a                     Page  44

Louisa Anne Towns
Died                     Mar 1903, age 75,                      District:  West Ham                      Volume  4a                     Page 36
 

CENSUS DATE : 31 March, 1861

Person Details for Schedule RG Number RG09, Piece 391, Folio 127, Page 42

Address                   379 Rotherhithe St
Civil Parish              Rotherhithe
Ecclesiastical District    Christchurch
Administrative County     West Ham

//Mary TURNER
Relation to Head of Family Head
Condition as to Marriage   Widow
Age Last Birthday          61                      Born:                      1800
Sex                       F
Profession or Occupation   Haberdasher
Where Born                 Hereford Yatton
Died

John Richmond
Relation to Head of Family Son-In-Law
Condition as to Marriage   M
Age Last Birthday          41                      Born:                      1820
Sex                        M
Profession or Occupation   Warehouseman
Where Born                 Rotherham Yorkshire

Richard F Richmond
Relation to Head of Family    Grandson
Condition as to Marriage      -
Age Last Birthday                     18                     Born:                      1843
Sex                     M
Profession or Occupation                     Scholar
Employment Status                     Undefined
Where Born          Bermondsey Surrey

Richard F Richmond
Relation to Head of Family   Grandson
Condition as to Marriage      -
Age Last Birthday            18
Born:                        1843
Sex                         M
Profession or Occupation     Scholar
Employment Status            Undefined
Where Born          Bermondsey Surrey

Walter J Richmond
Relation to Head of Family   Grandson
Condition as to Marriage     -
Age Last Birthday            10
Born:                        1851
Sex                          M
Profession or Occupation     Scholar
Employment Status            Undefined
Where Born          Shadwell Middlesex

Arthur W Richmond
Relation to Head of Family   Grandson
Condition as to Marriage     -
Age Last Birthday            8
Born:                        1854
Sex                          M
Profession or Occupation     Scholar
Employment Status            Undefined
Where Born          Shadwell Middlesex

John A Richmond
Relation to Head of Family   Grandson
Condition as to Marriage     -
Age Last Birthday            6
Born:                        1855
Sex                          M
Profession or Occupation     Scholar
Employment Status            Undefined
Where Born          Bermondsey Surrey



Actually a Richmond Street! 2005 [ I  think West Ham.]


" The Black Lion "   Local pub West Ham London 2005
 


Plaistow Station West Ham  London 2005

Many thanks to David F's sister!!


MORE RICHMONDS OF BURNHAM
Old Newspaper entries: 1918  Thanks to Gerry T  October 2007
"The Burnham on Crouch & Dengie Hundred Advertiser" 1918
‘in memoriam’ references to two Richmonds who died in WW1 – Sidney Richmond and Hugh Bowten Richmond.
Only Sidney  Richmond is named on the Burnham  WW1 Memorial. [!? ] Photo here
Hugh Richmond lived in West Ham with his parents George BOWTEN  (who was born in Burnham) and Sophie Richmond who according to the 1891 and 1901 censuses, was born in Exeter , Devon .

Full Details of their Commonwealth War Graves Commission  records are:
RICHMOND, SIDNEY, Private of the Gloucestershire Regiment was aged 21, when he died:  27/08/1917 ,
Son of Edward John and Elizabeth Richmond, of 5, New Rd., Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex..[Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium]

RICHMOND, HUGH BOWTEN aged 30 died 09/12/1917,   Lieutenant of   London Regiment (First Surrey Rifles)
Son of George Bowten Richmond and Sophie Richmond, of 24, Hendon Lane, Church End, Finchley, London; husband of Dorothy Richmond. [Sophie Richmond who according to the 1891 and 1901 censuses, was born in Exeter, Devon.   Thanks to Gerry T .]

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10 Oct 2007. Roy R writes : [ emails me ] 
" Sidney Richmond mentioned in the War  my fathers (Bertram Leonard Richmond) eldest brother.

and Diane writes on  9 Oct 10 2007
"Sidney Richmond killed in WW1 and remembered on the war memorial at Burnham.  This was the eldest son of Edward  Richmond and Elizabeth Clark, my grandfather's eldest brother. (Edward being son of Edward and Elizabeth Mason).
 

and:
George Bowten Richmond who was the father of Hugh Richmond, the other war casualty...

son of Peter and Lucy Richmond.  1861 census Peter is at sea (on a census on a vessel),

Lucy is home with other children, Peter, Edwin, Emma, Mary and George Bowten. 


 
Elizabeth Richmond 
1788----
   father unkown 
parents of 

 

 

m.Sarah BECKWITH
b Southminster, Essex
1809 -1883

George May Richmond
dredger
1807-1879
father of

John Rush
farm labourer
father of 
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|
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Edward RICHMOND
b.2/08/1847
chris.26/09/1847
m
20th June 1868
Independent
Chapel
Southminster
Essex
Elizabeth
MASON
[widow]
b Maldon, Essex 1844 
At the m 20 June 1868 were witnesses were Janet and John Rush - no others
Edward John
RICHMOND
1870-1941
 m
Elizabeth CLARK
1875---
Sidney 
RICHMOND
bc. 1897
d 27/08/1917
Alfred Rush RICHMOND
b 1878
m 1909
Ellen "Nell"
TURPIN
Bertram Leonard 
RICHMOND

 
and  Lucy BOWTEN
Peter
RICHMOND
Edwin
RICHMOND
Emma
RICHMOND
George Bowten RICHMOND Mary 
RICHMOND
Hugh RICHMOND
bc 1887
d 9/12/1917
lived West Ham.

GERRY T'S WEBSITE -  Gerry T's site - Oct 2007



Julia Ann Richmond
daughter of Isaac of Burnham-on-crouch who married Marshall Henry Maynard in 1856 in Burnham.
They then lived in Southchurch near Southend and had four children.

 From Pete B  in UK on   1 Oct 2000  interests are : Marshall Maynard of  Halstead.  and  William Maynard and Mary Becwith in 1763 .



 5 Sep 2000 From: Paul D in UK
.. I am a descendent of Isaac Richmond, son of Peter RICHMOND and Ann .
Isaac Richmond,  married an Ellen Alborough, and their daughter, also called Ellen, married a John Deacon, in 1830, in Burnham.


INFORMATION FROM  COUSIN   PHYLIS RICHMOND OF JERSEY, CHANELL ISLAND C 1989 [snail mail]

William Richmond (1732-1761) m Sarah ? see updated chart 2007
ch:
William R (1753-  )
Peter R (7/3/1755-1837)
Elizabeth R (12/9/1756 -    )

Peter Richmond m 1 2/11/1778, Ann TANSLEY at Burnham
Peter R m 2 Susannah Smith

ch from m1:
Peter (1782-    ),
Hannah (1788-   ),
Isaac (21/3/1790 - 1850),
Isiah (1791-  ),
Hannah (1798-  ).

Issac Richmond m 1  3/10/1809 Helen ALBOROUGH  (1790-1829)
Isaac Richmond m 2  Susannah Brooks
ch from m1:
Isaac (9/1/1811-18/3/1811),
Ellen Ann (14/1/1812-),
Mary Ann (31/10/1814-1895) m William Richmond 1/11/1834
George (4/5/1817-   )
Henry Miles bpt 1/5/1820
Emma bpt 1823
Elizabeth (1828-   ) m Samuel BRIDGE
James Isaac (4/3/1827 Burnham - 4/7/1894 Jersey C.I.)[an oysterman]
 

James Isaac Richmond m Sara Ann BALLS (b and d in Jersey)
ch:[all born Jersey, C.I. probably]
Sarah Ann (1852 -   )
Henry John (1855-1911 lost in the "Mermaid")
Elizabeth (? ?) m Cpt COURTMAN  lost in the "Hilda".
William ??
Arthur ?? lost at sea en route to Australia
 

Henry John Richmond m  m Susan Eliza TURNIDGE  (1860 C.I.-1942 C.I.)
ch:
Henry (1882-1950)
Edmund John ( 15/3/1886-15/5/1961)
Herbert (1887-1982)
Edith  (1888-  ?)
Wilfred (1891 - 1959)
Sydney (1897-1959)

Edmund John Richmond m Florence Louise DEVIN
ch:
Winifred Richmond (1917-1923)
Phyliss Marjorie Richmond 13/3/1920 [living in Jersey C.I. c 1993 doing family history unm.]
Edmund Alexander Richmond  (27/7/1924   [lives where ?] m Yvette Madelaine Coupelan N.I.



Doreen B or here email  2002
Descendant of Ann Richmond and William Richmond's  son Samuel Arthur RICHMOND

Baptised St Marys' Burnham 1841: Mar.7  Samuel Arthur born Jan.10,1841 of William Richmond & Mary Ann, mariner


Shipping Registers at Maldon, Essex  c 1850 [ sighted at ERO by myself 1997]
Just those of interest to Richmond and Mason families of Burnham and Maldon

James Mason master of "Beeleigh" reg 2 Oct 1851
Sub Owner Henry Harridance of maldon corn merchant and James Buller merchant and carpenter
built 1818 1 mast 62 feet 9/10 and 15 fee 4 inches wide - sloop square rigged.

(James Mason of Maldon , Kelly's directory 1868 "bargeman".)
He was the stepfather of William Richmond (1828-1856) and husband of Sarah Richmond(c1810-1859+)

Isiah Richmond of Burnham is a subowner with William Taylor master of "Comet" reg 1855
Peter Richmond of Burnham master mariner is subowner with Henry Samuel Bragg of Pritellwell and Other owners were Isiah Richmond of Burnham for "Meaburn" reg 1852.

"Union" reg 1850 William Thomas Richmond master,
sub owner Sauel Bray Protellwell baker, William Thomas Richmond of Burnham master mariner
Other Onwner Peter Richmond of Burnham master mariner

Joseph Richmond master of "Maldon" ? jan 1849
sub-owner too.
"Speedwell"  reg 23 April 1847
master William Taylor
sub owner Samuel Richmond of Burnham
transferrred 3 July 1843 ,"25 May 1843 to Henry Harridance and Joseph Wright of Maldon by way of mortgage"


This snippet below  is of relevance because Hannah Crabb servant, was present at the death of  Henry Harridance 1859 aged 65 of Maldon Essex  and was a beneficiary of  £100 in his will.  Henry Harridance  had a housekeeper Fanny Richmond  and a son named William Richmond by Sarah Richmond niece of Fanny Richmond.


Coggeshall Wills, Archdeaconry of Colchester Essex England

[Salt Lake City Family History Library Film # 91,243]

p 750 Benjamin Goodson , Great Coggeshall Innkeeper
wife Charlotte, children Benjamin,  Rhoda wife of Samuel Crabb,
Mary wife of James Hume grandchildren, children of late dau Charlotte Peacock
land called White Horse  personal estate to John Richmond, innkeeper, in trust
wd 25 Aug 1838 wp 28 Dec 1840  Signed wit Samuel Polley Jno Mayhew

p 74 Joseph Sach, of Great Coggeshall, farmer son Joseph, copyhold tenement in Colne Lane, GC, lately purchased of Stephen Unwin in occupation of James Tenn (or Jenn)  John Hunner and John French son Edward freehold in West Street GC by late brother Edward Sach in occupation of Thomas Clements and Samuel Crabb
friend Major G. Pudney of Feering, farmer
cousin Edward Sach of Bradwell, farmer farm called Bowsers Grange GC, to maintain farm for
wife Sarah and bringing up two sons, Joseph and Edward (both under 21)
sister Mary Littell now wife of William Littell of Aldham tallow chandler
brothers Samuel Sach of GC tanner and Robert Sach, Danbury, farmer
executors Major G. Pudney and cousin Edward Sach
wd 23 Aug 1795 wp 8 Oct 1795
Signed wit Hannah Harrison Wm Potter Jo Andrew Jr.

p 616 Samuel BIRKIN Great Coggeshall Cordwainer
wife Charlotte
friend George Beard Jr., GC carpenter
children: Ann, wife of John King, Wellington St., London, shopkeeper
Samuel, Peckham, Surrey, shoemaker
John, GC, shoemaker
Ebenezer, Penton row, Walworth, shopkeeper
Matthew, Bermondsey Square, London, Tide waiter
William, Inworth, shoemaker
Charlotta wife of James Dalton, Johnson St., Somerstown, London, jeweller
Harriet wife of James Se(a)riens, St. Michael, Brussells, Merchant
executors wife and George Beard Jr.
wd 18 Mar 1832 wp 14 Mar 1837
Signed wit Jno Richmond Jno Mayhew Tho Duffield
(George Beard sole executor at probate)


The map below is of the eastern part of central Essex made in 1678 and then the s was written f
Updated May 2008

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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 Post Office Directory of Essex, Herts, Kent ... , 1855.
[Part 1: Counties & Localities
 Fulham 1855 p 581  here
shows Henry William Richmond  bootmaker Walham Green,
William Richmond bootmaker High Street,
Smith  , John ,  High Street Bootmaker Walham Green, NB Isaac Richmond's wife Harriet was a Smith according to Steve Richmond
Also WILLIS ,  George carpenter Walham Green. 

RICHMONDS  DIRECTORYS

Post Office Directory of Essex, Herts, Kent ... , 1855.
ESSEX
 Burnham
Samuel Richmond coal merchant Burnham Essex
Isaiah Richmond coal merchant Burnham Essex
Peter Richmond shipowner Burnham Essex
Public Establishemnts...:
principal customs officer Burnham J.Richmond [James Richmond my relative]

Chelmsford  Essex
George Richmond  "Three Queens"  Moulsham ? Street

Harwich Essex
Mrs Suzannah Richmond  Kingshd Street,
Luke Richmond Cement stone merchant West Street

Ptittlewell
William Richmond master mariner
William Thomas Richmond master mariner
 

MIDDLESEX
Hammersmith
Alexander Richmond  Esq hamlet  ho
Alex'r Baily Richmond Esq hamlet ho

North Hyde
William Richmond Esq Gentry

Southall
William Richmond Esq Gentry

Stoke Newington
Henry Richmond Samford Hill

KENT
Folkstone
Elizabeth Richmond(Mrs) ladies boarding and day school Sandgate rd

Hadlow
Sarah Richmold[Mrs] farmer Barn Street

Northfleet
George Richmond barge owner 3 Hope Terrace

Tunbridge
Philip Richmond pipe maker Priory Row

SURREY
Chaldon
 Thomas Richmond farmer

Croydon
William Richmond 7 the Waldrons Duppas hill


Looking for the relationship of one Joseph Richmond [from what family line?] who married Mary HORN and who  had a daughter named  Mary Ann Charlotte Richmond b. 25 May 1836?

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