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James Richards

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Grahamstown, Albany, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Death: Died in Uitenhage, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Place of Burial: Plot DRC1 D,Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Uitenhage
Immediate Family:

Son of Joseph Richards and Sarah Attwell
Husband of Sarah Jane Richards and Martha Jones
Father of Emily Louisa Richards; Sarah Fanny Richards; Catherine Wilmot Richards; Mary Anne Richards; Elizabeth Ann Richards and 3 others
Brother of William Attwell Richards; Elizabeth Richards; Joseph Attwell Richards; Robert Richards; Wilmot Jane Balls and 3 others
Half brother of Benjamin Godlonton; Sarah Godlonton and unknown Godlonton

Occupation: Printer/publisher,retired at death due to earlier accident
Managed by: Private User
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About James Richards

Printer/publisher,retired at death due to earlier accident-alluded to in Godlonton letters[Wits collection of Robert Godlonton snr's correspondence].

1st child:Sarah Fanny(19Aug1857).

Extract from: http://africangenealogy.blogspot.com/2013/11/begraafplaas-uitenhage-nederduits.html

Richards, James [h] †1 Dec 1882 Uitenhage *(49y)

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James Richards's Timeline

1831
December 29, 1831
Grahamstown, Albany, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1856
November 12, 1856
Age 24
Cape, South Africa
1857
August 19, 1857
Age 25
1858
December 5, 1858
Age 26
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1860
January 9, 1860
Age 28
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1861
June 27, 1861
Age 29
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1863
August 19, 1863
Age 31
Port Elizabeth, E Cape Colony
1865
January 11, 1865
Age 33
Uitenhage, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1870
May 3, 1870
Age 38
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1877
January 12, 1877
Age 45
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa