The will of Ann Ingledue, dated 8 Sept 1823 and filed in a Loudoun Co. VA court in November 1825, names her “brother Blackstone Ingledue and sister Margaret Richardson” as her only heirs. Blackstone was paid his full legacy on 6 July 1826. Margaret was paid in annual payments in May 1824, July 1827, and the balance January 1830. The last two payments were to Jesse Hirst as agent for Margaret. It appears neither lived in the area of Loudoun County as postage for 2 letters is shown on the ledger for the estate. I am trying to place this Ann Ingledue in the correct family. The only Blackstone Ingledue (1772-1846) alive in 1823-1826 was the son of Blackstone Ingledue (1727-1786) and Ann Rue. Many people place a Margaret Ingledue who married a Richardson as a sister of this Blackstone (1727-1786). I doubt this is true and she was in fact the daughter of Blackstone & Ann Rue and therefore the sister of Ann.
A will for Samuel Richardson in Bucks County PA (proven 18 April 1825) mentions Margaret, widow of his son Joseph and her children Rue and Harvey but no more information and this Margaret has not been found.
Does anyone have any clues on this Richardson family and also on Jesse Hirst and why he was in the position to act as an agent for Margaret. A Jesse Hirst appears in Loudoun County during this time.
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