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Posted by: THOMAS DAVID RICHARDSON (ID *****3387) Date: July 27, 2005 at 18:54:30
In Reply to: Re: WALKERS, DEATONS, BUTLERS, ROGERS, DAVIDSONS by Tina Beller of 667

Hi Tina
Thank you, this is a lot of information. Let me tell you about the name "Ingram".

My 2nd. great grandfather was a John R. Richardson, Jr. he and 4 brother's and one sister and their family's who moved to Hardeman and Madison, Co.'s Tn. in 1842/3.

One of the brother's was a Jacob Richardson, he had married an Amy Haltom, back in Montgomery, Co. N.C..

One of their son's was named John Sherill Richardson, he married an Margaret Emeline Wilson, in Hardeman, Co. Tn. and later moved to Tx..

One of their son's was Jacob Ingran Richardson, the name Ingram, was the name of one of Margret E. Wilson's, brother's.

A Peggy Wilson, has a web-page with all this information on it. I will try and find it again.

My great grandfather Elam Richardson, had a lot of sister's, one married in to the Jarrett's in Madison, Co. Tn. that is where the Rogers, come in.

Also two of his sister's married a James Dudley Diggs, son of :

William Marshall Diggs and Fanny Cocks - Cox, she was the daughter of Odum and Martha Diggs-Cox, I think they where cousin's to each other.

Any way James D. Diggs, married one Richardson, sister that died, and some time later he married her sister an Sarah Jane, that didn't set to well with the older kids of James and Frances Mary "Tom" Richardson.

So when another sister named Elizabeth Richardson, who married an William Jarrett, they all moved to Red River, Co. Tx. then more of the Richardson's, moved to Red River, Co. Tx.

One of them a Butler Taylor Richardson, who was born in Montgomery, Co. N.C. married an Louella "Ludie" Cox, in Madison, Co. Tn. Butler Taylor, was the son of Lovin and Sarah Butler-Richardson, all of the Richardson's where from Montgomery, Co. N.C.

I think that their parents :

John R. and Jane Richardson, Sr. where from Chatham, Co. N.C. I am still working on that part.

Well, I have talked to much.

David Richardson click on pictures of my family, I am the one with white hair and look like my Richardson's.

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