Section AIY: Descendants of Thomas Richardson

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. THOMAS1 RICHARDSON was born in 1649 in Woodbury, Litchfield Co., Connecticut, United States, and died on 14 Nov. 1712 in Waterbury, New Haven Co., Connecticut. He married in Farmington, Hartford Co., Connecticut[13], in 1667[13], MARY SENIOR, who was born about 1651 in Woodbury, and died on 1 Nov. 1712 in Waterbury. [14]
Children:
+2i.EBENEZER2 RICHARDSON, b. on 4 Feb. 1689 in Farmington; d. on 30 June 1772 in Connecticut; m. on 21 April 1715[9] in Waterbury[9] (ASB-23) MARGARET WARNER, b. in Waterbury[9] on 16 March 1693[9], d. in Waterbury[9] on 27 June 1749[9], daughter of (ASB-13) Thomas and Elizabeth (_____) WARNER.
3ii.MARY RICHARDSON, b. on 25 Dec. 1667[12] in Farmington[12].
4iii.SARAH RICHARDSON, b. on 25 March 1659[12] in Farmington[12].
5iv.JOHN RICHARDSON, b. on 15 April 1672[12] in Farmington[12]; d. on 17 Oct. 1712.
6v.THOMAS RICHARDSON, b. in 1675 in Farmington.
7vi.ISRAEL RICHARDSON, b. in 1677 in Farmington; d. on 18 Dec. 1712.
8vii.RUTH RICHARDSON, b. on 10 May 1681 in Farmington; d. in 1725 in Woodbury.
9viii.JOANNA RICHARDSON, b. on 1 Sept. 1683 in Farmington; d. on 22 April 1747 in Wilmington, Vermont, United States.
10ix.NATHANIEL RICHARDSON, b. on 28 May 1686 in Farmington; d. on 3 Nov. 1712.
11x.SARAH RICHARDSON, b. on 25 March 1669 in Farmington; d. on 25 Dec. 1729 in Wallingford, New Haven Co.
12xi.REBECCA RICHARDSON, b. on 27 April 1679 in Farmington; d. on 1 Aug. 1748 in Westbury, Connecticut.


Generation Two

2. EBENEZER2 RICHARDSON (Thomas1), son of (1) Thomas1 and Mary (SENIOR) RICHARDSON, was born on 4 Feb. 1689 in Farmington, and died on 30 June 1772 in Connecticut. He married in Waterbury[9], on 21 April 1715[9], (ASB-23) MARGARET WARNER, daughter of (ASB-13) Thomas and Elizabeth (_____) WARNER, who was born on 16 March 1693[9] in Waterbury[9], and died on 27 June 1749[9] in Waterbury[9]. [14, 9, 11]
Children:
13i.JOSEPH3 RICHARDSON, b. on 24 Sept. 1725 in Farmington.
+14ii.NATHANIEL RICHARDSON, b. on 8 April 1729[11] in Farmington[11]; d. on 31 Oct. 1792[11] in Waterbury[11]; m. on 1 April 1752 in Farmington (HN-18) PHEBE BRONSON, b. in Waterbury[11] on 23 March 1734[11], d. on 8 April 1811[11], daughter of (HN-7) John and (AQB-4) Hannah (UPSON) BRONSON.
15iii.PHOEBE RICHARDSON, b. on 28 April 1716 in Farmington; d. on 9 Jan. 1717 in Farmington.
16iv.PHOEBE RICHARDSON, b. on 15 Dec. 1717 in Farmington; d. on 23 March 1733.
17v.THOMAS RICHARDSON, b. on 7 Dec. 1720 in Farmington.
18vi.JOSEPH RICHARDSON, b. on 24 Sept. 1725 in Farmington.
19vii.SARAH RICHARDSON, b. on 23 Dec. 1731 in Farmington.


Generation Three

14. NATHANIEL3 RICHARDSON (Ebenezer2, Thomas1), son of (2) Ebenezer2 and (ASB-23) Margaret (WARNER) RICHARDSON, was born on 8 April 1729[11] in Farmington[11], and died on 31 Oct. 1792[11] in Waterbury[11]. He married in Farmington, on 1 April 1752, (HN-18) PHEBE BRONSON, daughter of (HN-7) John and (AQB-4) Hannah (UPSON) BRONSON, who was born on 23 March 1734[11] in Waterbury[11], and died on 8 April 1811[11]. [6, 8, 11, 14, 2]
Children:
+20i.RUTH4 RICHARDSON, b. on 15 Dec. 1761[10, 3] in Waterbury[10, 3]; m. on 9 June 1785[8, 3] in Waterbury[8, 3] (AFS-8) ASHBEL OSBORNE, b. in Waterbury[8, 3] on 3 Nov. 1762[8, 3], d. in Colesville, Broome Co., New York, United States[4], son of (AFS-7) Daniel and Sarah (_____) OSBORN.
21ii.HANNAH RICHARDSON, b. on 22 May 1772 in Farmington; d. on 2 July 1773.
22iii.JOSEPH RICHARDSON, b. on 28 March 1754 in Farmington; d. on 16 June 1773.
23iv.TAMER RICHARDSON, b. on 13 Sept. 1758 in Farmington; d. on 29 March 1853[2] in Waterbury[2].
24v.EBENEZER RICHARDSON, b. on 3 Sept. 1769 in Farmington; d. on 18 Feb. 1826.
25vi.NATHANIEL RICHARDSON, b. on 28 Oct. 1774 in Farmington; d. on 12 Feb. 1868.
26vii.HANNAH RICHARDSON, b. on 18 Oct. 1779 in Fairfield, Hartford Co.; d. on 29 Dec. 1860 in Tallmadge, Summit Co., Ohio, United States.


Generation Four

20. RUTH4 RICHARDSON (Nathaniel3, Ebenezer2, Thomas1), daughter of (14) Nathaniel3 and (HN-18) Phebe (BRONSON) RICHARDSON, was born on 15 Dec. 1761[10, 3] in Waterbury[10, 3], and died between 4 Aug. 1800 and 1871. She married in Waterbury[8, 3], on 9 June 1785[8, 3], (AFS-8) ASHBEL OSBORNE, son of (AFS-7) Daniel and Sarah (_____) OSBORN, who was born on 3 Nov. 1762[8, 3] in Waterbury[8, 3], died in Colesville[4], and was buried on 24 Feb. 1842[5]. [8, 7, 10, 3, 1, 2]
Children: See (AFS-8) Ashbel OSBORNE



1. 1800 United States Federal Census, Waterbury, New Haven Co., Connecticut; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
2. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, "International Genealogical Index (R)", Copyright (c) 1980, 1997, data as of February 1997. www.sound.net says 1666, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts; www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres says 1664/1674, Lynn, Essex, MA;
3. Osborne Origins (http://www.osborne-origins.org/).
4. "NEHGS Nexus, June 1984"; online, Freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com).
5. Ina M. Archison, Letter from Julia Osborn to Hannah Phillips (http://www.angelfire.com/mo/osborngen/letter14.html).
6. Steve Condarcure, Steve Condarcure's New England Genealogy (http://newenglandgenealogy.pcplayground.com/).
7. McCoy Family Tree (http://members.fortunecity.com/jmccoy/).
8. Donald Lines Jacobus, "Families of Ancient New Haven" (Family Tree Maker CD179, Connecticut Genealogies #1, online at ancestry.com), 1325.
9. Ibid., 1947.
10. Ibid., 325.
11. Upson Family Association of America, The Upson Family in America (New Haven, Connecticut: Tuttle, Morehouse, & Taylor Company, 1940), 26.
12. "Farmington Vital Records," The American Genealogist 9:176.
13. Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (No place: No publisher, No date), 2:1273; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
14. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).