Sarah Boreham and William Richmond ( 1732-1761)
Anglican Church records are missing for 1790's Burnham
2009 revision of family letter of 1919and history of family contacts
over 70 years ago
I believe Samuel Richmond father of James
must have been a brother of William Richmond 1779.
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
? NB a HANNA RICHMOND IS BURIED AT BURNHAM - maybe
born Rochford date of marriage unknown - 2005.
We dont know if Hannah Waller married William Richmond in fact
-just this tree handed down.
They did not marry in Burnham St Mary's church records.perhaps
a near by village?
Hannahs husband on this tree William Richmond died 1828. so this
is removal order is most interesting...
Date From 1828 Date To 1828 Essex Record Office - Level: Series
SESSIONS BUNDLES: LATER SERIES - Level: File EPIPHANY 1829
Reference Code Q/SBb 494/54 - Dates of Creation
Scope and Content :Removal order of Hannah WALLER, a widow, and
her daughters Sarah, Lydia and Fanny from Burnham to Tillingham. Rough
Note that Mrs WALLER's maintenance is 3 pounds, 14 shillings, to be paid
* DEATH CERTIFICATE bought 2007, our ancestor..
Hannah Richmond widow of William Richmond died of dropsey aged 66 years
at Fourteenth of July 1840 n the parish of Southminster - present
at death one illeterated Elizabeth Vincale. No other information from
the death certifiacete which was numbe 267 reg distirct of Maldon, subdistrict
The parish of Southminster consists of Tillingham, Burnham and other
See Burnham-on-Crouch St Mary's Church records of
our relative in colour
here and other Richmonds
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