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Birthplace: Ashton Keynes Parish, Wiltshire, England
Death: Died in Taunton, Bristol County, Province of Massachusetts
Occupation: Taunton land owner, town council member, commisioner and constable; surveyor in both Taunton and Newport (RI)
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About John Richmond, Jr.

Ben M. Angel summary:

Relationships:

Parents:

  • Father: John Richmond (1594-1664)
  • Mother: Elizabeth Nicholas (c1596-c1664)

Siblings:

  • 1. Edward Richmond (1632 Taunton - 1696 Sakonnet RI) no family
  • 3. Sarah Richmond (1638 Taunton - 1719) m. James Walker (b. c1634, Taunton)
  • 4. Mary Richmond (1639 Taunton - 1715 Taunton) m William Paul (1624-1704, Taunton)
  • 5. Amy Richmond (b. 1641 Taunton) m William Tully (b. c1637, Taunton)

Spouse and children:

  • Abigail Rogers (c1640-1727)
    • 1. Joseph Richmond (1663-1735) m. Mary Andrews
    • 2. Edward Richmond (1665-1741) m. firstly Mary, secondly possibly Mercy
    • 3. Samuel Richmond (1668-1736) m. firstly Elizabeth King, secondly Mehitable Andrews
    • 4. Sarah Richmond Walker (1670-1727) m. James Walker
    • 5. John Richmond (1673-1760) m. Hannah Otis
    • 6. Ebenezer Richmond (1676-1729) m. Anna Sproat (granddaughter of Henry Samson)
    • 7. Abigail Richmond Walker (1679-1763) m. Nathan Walker

Note: Joshua Bailey Richmond and R Walton both assert that John Richmond had a child sometime around 1654 named Mary, as well as 3 other children, by a wife with whom he was supposed to have been married earlier, frequently asserted to be Susanna Hayward. Neither the Thomas Rogers Society nor the Richmond Family Ancestry sites support this assertion. It could be reasoned that the Thomas Rogers Society wouldn't care about such a marriage previous to Abigail Rogers because such a person wouldn't be within the scope of their genealogical study (actually, it would - such information would identify descendants of John Richmond that aren't eligible for membership), but such an omission could not be reasoned for Richmond Family Ancestry. Until they obtain appropriate evidence of a previous marriage having occurred and post their support for this assertion on their website (thus far, they do not support even the existence of supposed eldest child Mary herself or the other three children purported to have been by this first marriage), Susanna Hayward shall be considered here to have married another individual (if she in fact married at all, refer to Stephanie Walker's page on her mother: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~walkersj/SusannahTowne.html).

Basic information and justifications:

  • Thomas Rogers Society is TRS
  • Richmond Family Ancestry is RFA

Birth: c. 1627 - Ashton, Keynes, Wiltshire, England (Present UK) - date cited by TRS, location cited by RFA. (RFA asserts 1637 birth date.)

Marriage: 1663 - Taunton (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony, (Present Massachusetts, USA). Both TRS and RFA support this.

Death: 7 October 1715 - Taunton, Bristol County, Province of Massachusetts (Present USA). Both TRS and RFA support this.

Burial: Neck O Land Cemetery, Taunton, Bristol County, MA, USA (Find A Grave)

Occupation: Taunton land owner, town council member, commisioner and constable; surveyor in both Taunton and Newport (RI). RFA and Joshua Bailey Richmond

Alternate names: None noted.

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From the Thomas Rogers Society page on John Richmond:

http://www.thomasrogerssociety.com/p4.htm#i119

John Richmond[1]

  • M, b. circa 1627, d. 7 October 1715

John Richmond http://www.richmondancestry.org/.

He was born circa 1627. He was the son of John Richmond.

John Richmond married Abigail Rogers, daughter of John Rogers and Anna Churchman, by 1663.

John Richmond died on 7 October 1715 at Taunton.

Children of John Richmond and Abigail Rogers

  • 1. Joseph Richmond+ b. 8 Dec 1663, d. bt 13 Jul 1724 - 8 Dec 1735
  • 2. Edward Richmond+ b. 8 Feb 1665, d. b 9 Dec 1741
  • 3. Samuel Richmond+ b. 23 Sep 1668, d. bt 11 Jun 1736 - 20 Jul 1736
  • 4. Sarah Richmond+ b. 26 Feb 1670, d. 27 Nov 1727
  • 5. John Richmond+ b. 5 Dec 1673, d. b 24 Jun 1760
  • 6. Ebenezer Richmond+ b. 12 May 1676, d. bt 7 Apr 1729 - 12 May 1729
  • 7. Abigail Richmond+ b. 26 Feb 1678/79, d. 28 Feb 1763

Citations

1. [S1] Ann T. [Revised by], (Originally compiled by Alice W. A. Westgate) Reeves, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Descendants of the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth, Mass. December 1620: Family of Thomas Rogers (Plymouth, MA: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2000), p. 17. Hereinafter cited as Rogers-Silver.

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From the Richmond Family Ancestry page on the family of John Richmond:

http://www.richmondancestry.org/groupsheets0000_0999/familygroup67.htm

HUSBAND: John RICHMOND

  • BIRTH: 1637 - Ashton, Keynes, Wiltshire, England
  • MARRIAGE: 1663 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
  • DEATH: 7 Oct 1715 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
  • FATHER: John RICHMOND
  • MOTHER: Elizabeth NICHOLAS

WIFE: Abigail ROGERS

  • BIRTH: 1642 - Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
  • DEATH: 1 Aug 1727 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
  • FATHER: John ROGERS
  • MOTHER: Ann CHURCHMAN

CHILDREN:

1. Joseph RICHMOND

  • BIRTH: 8 Dec 1663 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
  • DEATH: BEF 14 Feb 1737 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA

2. Edward RICHMOND

  • BIRTH: 8 Feb 1665 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
  • DEATH: 1741 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA

3. Samuel RICHMOND

  • BIRTH: 23 Sep 1668 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
  • DEATH: 20 Jul 1736 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA

4. Sarah RICHMOND

  • BIRTH: 26 Feb 1670 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
  • DEATH: 27 Nov 1727 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA

5. John RICHMOND

  • BIRTH: 5 Dec 1673 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
  • DEATH: 20 Jul 1736 - Ashford, Windham, Connecticut, USA

6. Ebenezer RICHMOND

  • BIRTH: 12 May 1676 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
  • DEATH: Apr 1729 - Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

7. Abigail RICHMOND

  • BIRTH: 26 Feb 1678 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
  • DEATH: 28 Feb 1763 - Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA

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Find a Grave page for John Richmond II:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Richmond&GSfn=John&GSbyrel=in&GSdy=1715&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=56827974&df=all&

Birth: 1627 - England

Death: Oct. 7, 1715 - Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA

John Richmond was born about 1627 in England before his father came to America to live. He was educated in England and did not come to America until the 1650's. He was trained as a surveyor which he did most of his life.

He married two times: first in 1654 to Susannah Hayward, daughter of Thomas Hayward of Bridgewater. They had four children. His wife Susanna died in childbirth when daughter, Susanna was born 11/4/1661. (Ben M. Angel notes: unsupported at this time by either RFA or TRS.)

In 1663 John married Abigail Rogers, granddaughter of Thomas Rogers of the Mayflower. They had seven children.

John was on the Town Council. He was Constable and Commissioner and Surveyor.

His residence at "Neck of Land" was about a mile from Taunton. He and his wife Abigail are buried there. He was a large land owner and one of the proprietors of the Iron Works of Taunton.

During this time, he was also involved with the Indian problems and in what was called "Phillips War" which was the Indian war that was bloody and devastating in the extreme.

John Richmond has always been known as one of Taunton's early leaders, who along with his father who was one of the founders of Taunton.

John died 10/7/1715. His wife Abigail died 8/1/1727. They are buired on the property on which their residence stood at "Neck of Land".

(Information from "Richmonds in America" by R. Walton)


Family links:

Parents:

  • John Richmond (1594 - 1664)

Children:

  • Ebenezer Richmond (1676 - 1729)*

Spouse:

  • Abigail Rogers Richmond (1641 - 1727)*

Burial: Neck O Land Cemetery, Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA


Created by: Valarie Vine Record added: Aug 09, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 56827974

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From Joshua Bailey Richmond's genealogy (as taken from Kirsty Haining's data):

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=khaining&id=I4603:

"(2). John Richmond 2 (John 1) was born about 1627, before his father came to this country . He married Abigail Rogers, daughter of John Rogers of Duxbury, born in 1641. He died October 7, 1715, aged 88, and she, August 1, 1727, aged 86. Both are buried in Taunton, Mass."

"There is no specific authority for the statement that he had a wife before Abigail Rogers; but the inscription upon her gravestone makes her age 86 at her death, August 1, 1727 ; that would fix her birth at 1641; so she would have been only 13 years old when Mary was born. Deeds of the land of John Rogers show that Joseph Richmond was the son of Abigail . It is probable that John Richmond (2) had a previous wife, who died in 1662, and that he married Abigail Rogers early in 1663."

"That Thomas died unmarried is shown by a deed from James Reed of Middleboro, and Susanna, his wife, dated December 20, 1705, to Edward Richmond of Taunton, of all rights, etc., in the estate of "our brother Thomas," late of Taunton, deceased: the deed was proved April 16, 1706 ; also by deed from John of Taunton, and Ebenezer of Plymouth, of the land "my son Thomas lived on."

"John Richmond (2), on March 21, 1712-13, and July 16, 1713, conveyed land to his son Edward .

John Richmond (2) and James Walker were appointed to buy land of Indians, 1672. He was of Town Council February 29, 1675-6, also in 1690. There is a deed of John Richmond (2) conveying to his son John for 400 pounds, his house-lot and dwelling-house, "where he now dwells," and various lots of land. On September 28, 1671, Wm. Brenton, Jas. Walker, Wm. Harvey, Walter Deane and John Richmond bought land from Phillip and his head men: the tract included Taunton, of which the purchasers were already in possession. October 1, 1672, there was another sale to the same parties."

"He was Constable, member of the Town Council, Commissioner and Surveyor. His residence at " Neck of Land" was about three-quarters of a mile from the "Green" or Center. - He and his wife are buried there.

He was a distributor, in March, 1677, of 10 pounds, being Taunton's apportionment of 363.35 pounds "Irish Charity," sent from Dublin, Ireland, in 1676, "to distressed sufferers" by King Philip's War, and apportioned among the people of 47 towns. John Richmond (2) was a member of every important committee in Taunton for the purchase, division and settlement of land and other matters of public interest. He was interested in several extensive purchases of land from the Indians in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Concerning one purchase for the town of Taunton is the following record: "On 25th May, 1680, Town voted to accept what the committee had done, Etc, concerning settlement of our lands."

"John Richmond (2) took his share "on rights that was his father's, and on rights that was Mr . Francis Doubty's (Doughty)."

"In a communication from John Richmond (2), dated Taunton, April 30, 1698, addressed to Lieut .-Col. Elisha Hutchinson, Esq., Capt. Samuel Lowell, Esq., and Elisha Cook, Esq., Boston, he mentions the first purchase of Taunton as a matter within his personal knowledge, which should settle that question. Afterreferring to a dispute with Bridgewater men about town bounda ries, and to what his neighbor Hathaway had said, he proceeds:-

"And, first, I desire it may be considered how inconsistent to justice their sense it, for they say and sense it that although Taunton hath the eldest grant, yet it is theirs notwithstanding, because it was granted before: and although it be Taunton's by purchase from the Indian s three times over, - for we bought it first of Woo?mequi? in the year '39 or '40 (this was in my minority), the sum paid I know not; then we bought all again from Philip, and paid him 16 pounds for it; then we bought that very spot of Josiah, he claiming some land there, as appears by his deed; then we bought that spot again, with other lands, of Maj. Bradford: he had 20 pounds more; - they have owned that they never made any purchase, yet theirs because granted," Etc.

"This matter is also referred to in the History of Bristol County, Mass, in the following words:- "Dighton, as is well known, was once a part of Taunton. It was called the Taunton South Purchase, and was bought by a company of Taunton men of the Sachem Philip for 190 pounds, lawful money. The land was bought in two sections and at two different times. The first section was stated to be three miles broad on the river, and extended back into the woods four miles."

"The deed of the first section was dated the 28th day of September, 1672, and the consideration mentioned was 143 pounds. The land was conveyed to a committee of the associates consisting of William Benton, Esq., William Harvey, James Walker (1), Richard Williams, Walter Deane, George Macy and John Richmond (2), who transferred the deed, except ing their own-rights, to the Rev. George Shove, third minister of Taunton, and 76 associates or proprietors of the land. The second section purchased was on the south side of the first section, and was one mile wide on the river and four miles in length." The price paid for it was 47 pounds, and the deed was dated Oct. 1st, 1672. It was ostensibly bought by Constant Southworth, treasurerer of the Plymouth Colony, who immediately transferred the deed to the committee of the associates mentioned."

(All of the above was taken from the genealogy by Joshua Baily Richmond)

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From Richmond Family Ancestry:

http://www.richmondancestry.org/american_family.shtml

A short synopsis written by R. Walton on the early Richmonds of America:

John Richmond(2) was born about 1627 in England before his father came to America to live. John was educated in England and did not come to America until the 1650's. He was trained as a surveyor and spent much of his working life in America doing just this. He was married two times. First in 1654 to Susannah Hayward, daughter of Thomas Hayward of Bridgewater. They had four children. His wife Susannah died in childbirth when a daughter, Susanna was born 4 November 1661. Proof for this was found in the Middlesex County Records at Cambridge, MA [20:215; 22:69; 23:396 (two deeds), 397, 398]. These are a group of six deeds dealing with the Haywards of Bridgewater as heirs to the estate of Peter Town of Cambridge. In 1663, John married Abigail Rogers, granddaughter of Thomas Rogers of the Mayflower. They had seven children.

John was on the Town Council. He was Constable and Commissioner and Surveyor. His residence at "Neck of Land" was about three-quarters of a mile from the center of Taunton. He and his wife Abigail are buried there. He was a large land owner and one of the proprietors of the Iron Works in Taunton. During this time, he was also involved with the Indian problems and in what was called "Phillips War" which was the Indian war that was bloody and devastating in the extreme. Actually he purchased land from the Indians in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island prior to this war. As a member of the Town Council, John received, for the City of Taunton, money known as "The Irish Donation" to help ease the plight of the citizens of Taunton as a result of the war with the Indians. One of John's more ambitious projects was the survey he did in Little Compton at Duxbury, 1673-1694. That was before Little Compton became part of Rhode Island in 1747.

John Richmond(2) has always been known as one of Taunton's early leaders - who along with his father who was one of the founders of Taunton. Both were outstanding Early American citizens. John(2) died on 7 October 1715. His wife Abigail died 1 August 1727. They are buried on the property on which their residence stood at "Neck of Land".

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Unattributed Pedigree file:

 

John RICHMOND (AFN: 8WBP-4Q) Pedigree

*Sex:  M  Family  
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Event(s) 
  • Birth: 1629 - Taunton, Bristol, Mass
  • Death: 7 Oct 1715 - Taunton, Bristol, Ma
  • Burial: Oct 1715 - Richmond Cem., Taunton, Bristol, Mass.

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Parents

  • Father: John RICHMOND OR WEBB (AFN: 92DV-8M) Family
  • Mother: Elizabeth NICHOLAS (AFN: 9SV1-5M)
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Marriage(s) 
  • Spouse: Susan HAYWARD (AFN: 1ZSX-CX2) Family
    • Marriage: 1653
    • Bridgewater, , Mass
  • Spouse: Abigail ROGERS (AFN: 8WBP-5W) Family
    • Marriage: 1662/1663
    • Sharon, Norfolk, Massachusetts
    • Marriage: 1653

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Unattributed GEDCOM:

ID: I119202

Name: John Richmond [1]

  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1629 in Taunton, Bristol, Mass
  • Death: 7 OCT 1715 in Taunton, Bristol, MA
  • Change Date: 14 JAN 2004
  • Father: John Richmond b: 1594 in Ashton Keynes, Wilts, England
  • Mother: Elizabeth NICHOLAS b: ABT 1596 in England

Marriage 1 Susanna HAYWARD

  • Married: 1653 in Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts [1]

Marriage 2 Abigail Rogers b: 1641 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts

  • Married: 1662 in Sharon, Norfolk, Massachusetts [1]

Sources:

  • 1. Title: GEDCOM File : 842428.ged
  • Note: ABBR GEDCOM File : 842428.ged
  • Text: 8 AUG 2000
  • ID: I300692
  • Name: John Richmond
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1624 in Ashton-Keynes, Amisbury, Wiltshire, England
  • Death: 7 OCT 1715 in Taunton, Bristol Co., Massachusetts

Note:

  • Ref.1; Colonial Families, Volune VII, Rhodes Family, Page 404;

10. VI. Abigail Rogers, m. John Richmond , whose descendant, Judith Richmond, m. Benjamin Rhoades of Wallingford, Vermont.

  • Ref.2; First Families Of America, Volume IV, Lineage Records, Page 53.
  • Ref.3; New England Families Genealogical and Memorial; Volume IV, **Author ; William Richard Cutter , Page 1845.
  • Ref.4; New England Families Genealogical and Memorial: Third Series, Volume I
    • Author: William Richard Cutter
    • This is the Third Series, Volume I of a four series set. It has records of achievements of people from England, who have set up commonwealths in New England. About 6000 names included in this record.
    • Bibliographic Information: Cutter, William Richard. New England Families Genealogical and Memorial: Third Series, Volume I. 1915. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1996. Page, 55.

Father: John Richmond b: 1594 in Ashton Keynes, Wilts, England

Mother:

Marriage 1 Abigail Rogers b: 1641 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts

  • Children
  • 1. Mary Richmond b: 2 JUN 1654 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts
  • 2. John Richmond b: 6 JUN 1656 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts
  • 3. Thomas Richmond b: 2 FEB 1657/58 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island
  • 4. Susanna Richmond b: 4 NOV 1661 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts
  • 5. Joseph Richmond b: 8 DEC 1663 in Taunton, Bristol Co., Massachusetts
  • 6. Edward Richmond b: 8 FEB 1664/65 in Taunton, Bristol Co., Massachusetts
  • 7. Sarah Richmond b: 26 FEB 1669/70 in Taunton, Bristol Co., Massachusetts
  • 8. John Richmond b: 5 DEC 1673 in Taunton, Bristol Co., Massachusetts
  • 9. Ebenezer Richmond b: 12 MAY 1676 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island
  • 10. Abigail Richmond b: 26 FEB 1677/78 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island
  • 11. Samuel Richmond b: 23 SEP 1668 in Taunton, Bristol, Mass

Marriage 2 Susanna HAYWARD

  • Married: BEF 1654

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Note:

   The Richmond Family pg 3-
   There is no specific authority for the statement that he had a wife before Abigail Rogers; but the inscription upon her gravestone makes her age eighty-six at her death, August 1, 1727; that would fix her birth at 1641; so she would have been only thirteen year old when Mary was born Deed of the land of John Rogers show that Joseph Richmond was the son of Abigail. It is probable that John Richmond had a previous wife, who died in 1662, and that he married Abigail Rogers early in 1663.
   John Richmond and James Walker were appointed to buy land of Indians, 1672. He was of Town Council February 29, 1675-6, also in 1690. there is a deed of John Richmond conveying to his son John, for 400 pounds, his house-lot and dwelling -house, "where he now dwells" and various lots of land. On September 28, 1671, Wm. Brenton, Jas. Walker, Wm. Harvey, Walter Deane and John Richmond bought land from Phillip and his head men: the tract included Taunton, of which the Purchasers were already in Possession. October 1, 1672, there was another sale to the same parties.
   He was Constable, member of the Town Council, Commissioner and Surveyor. His residence at "Neck of Land" was about three-quarters of a mile from the "Green" or Center. He and his wife are buried there.
   He was a distributor, in March 1677 or 10 pounds, being Taunton's apportionment of 363.35 pounds. "Irish Charity," sent from Dublin, Ireland, in 1676, "to distressed sufferers" by King Philip's war, and apportioned among the people of forty-seven towns. John Richmond was a member of every important committee in Taunton, for the purchase, division and settlement of land and other matters of public interest. He was interested in several extensive purchases of land from the Indians in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Concerning one purchase for the town of Taunton is the following record: "On 25th May 1680, Town voted to accept what the committee had done, &c, concerning settlement of our lands." John Richmond took his share on rights that was his father's, and on rights that was Mr. Francis Doubty;s {Doughty}"
   In a communication from John Richmond, dated Taunton, April 30, 1698, addressed to Lieut.-Col Elisha Hutchinson, Esq., Capt Samuel Lowell, Esq, and Elisha Cook, Esq., Boston, he mentions the first purchase of Taunton as a matter within his personal knowledge, which should settle that question. After referring to a dispute with Bridgewater men about town boundaries, and to what his neighbor Hathaway had said, he proceeds:
   "And , first, I desire it may be considered how inconsistent to justice their sense is, for they say and sense it that although Taunton hath the eldest grant, yet it is theirs notwithstanding, because it was granted before: and although it be Taunton's by purchase from the Indians three times over, -- for we bought it first of Woosamequin in the year "39 or '40 [this was a minority], the sum paid I know not, then we bought all again from Philip, and paid him sixteen pounds for it; then we bought that very spot of Josiah, he claiming some land there, as appears by his deed; then we bought that spot again, with other lands of Maj. Bradford: he had twenty pounds more; -- they have owned that they never made any purchase, yet theirs because granted," etc.
   This matter is also referred to in the "History of Bristol County, Mass., in the following words:--
   "Dighton, as is well known, was once a part of Taunton. It was called the Taunton South Purchase, and was bought by a company of Taunton men of the Sachem Philip for one hundred and ninety pounds, lawful money. The land was bought in two-sections and at two different times. the first section was stated to be three miles broad on the river, and extended back into the woods four miles.
   The deed of the first section was dated the 28th day of September, 1672, and the consideration mentioned was one hundred and forty-three pounds. The land was conveyed to a committee of the associates consisting of William Benton, Esq., William Harvey, James Walker, Richard Williams, Walter Deane, George Macy and John Richmond, who transferred the deed, excepting their own rights, to the Rev George Shove, third minister of Taunton, and seventy-six associates or proprietors of the land. The second section purchase was on the south side of the first section, and was one mile wide on the river and four miles in length. the price paid for it was forty-seven pounds, and the deed was dated Oct. 1st, 1672. It was ostensibly bought by Constant Southworth, treasurer of the Plymouth Colony, who immediately transferred the deed to the committee of the associates mentioned.

Marriage 1 Abigail ROGERS b: 1641 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

   Married: 1662 in Sharon, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA 4 5
   Sealing Spouse: 18 SEP 1999 in PROVO (Provo, Utah)

Children

   Has Children Joseph RICHMOND b: 08 DEC 1663 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA c: 08 DEC 1663 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
   Has Children Edward RICHMOND b: 08 FEB 1665 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
   Has Children Samuel RICHMOND b: 23 SEP 1668 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA c: 23 SEP 1668 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
   Has Children Sarah RICHMOND b: 26 FEB 1671 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
   Has Children John RICHMOND b: 05 DEC 1673 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
   Has Children Ebenezer RICHMOND b: 12 MAY 1676 in Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, USA
   Has Children Abigail RICHMOND b: 26 FEB 1678 in Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, USA

Marriage 2 Susanna HAYWARD

   Married: BEF 1654 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 3
   Sealing Spouse: 30 JUN 1953 in SLAKE (Salt Lake City Utah) 3
   Married: 1653 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 3

Children

   Has Children Mary RICHMOND b: 02 JUN 1654 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
   Has No Children John RICHMOND b: 06 JUN 1656 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
   Has No Children Thomas RICHMOND b: 02 FEB 1659 in Newport,, Rhode Island, USA
   Has No Children Susanna RICHMOND b: 04 NOV 1661 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

Sources:

   Author: Joshua Bailey Richmond
   Title: The Richmond Family
   Publication: Name: Boston 1894;
   Repository:
       Name: FHC Carrollton, Texas Stake has copy. original in SLC
   Note:
   Joshua Bailey Richmond, The Richmond Family (Boston 1894), 1018810, Source Medium: Microfilm
   This book covers the Richmond from 1049 to 1594 as pre-Americans and in greater detail the American Ancestors from 1594 to 1896
   Page: 1, 3
   Text: John Richmond (John) was born about 1627, before his father came to this country. He married Abigail Robers, daughter of John Rogers of Duxbury, born in 1641. He died October 7, 175, aged eighty-eight, and she August 1, 1727, aged eighty-six. Both are buried in Taunton, Mass.
   Author: Joshua Bailey Richmond
   Title: The Richmond Family
   Publication: Name: Boston 1894;
   Repository:
       Name: FHC Carrollton, Texas Stake has copy. original in SLC
   Note:
   Joshua Bailey Richmond, The Richmond Family (Boston 1894), 1018810, Source Medium: Microfilm
   This book covers the Richmond from 1049 to 1594 as pre-Americans and in greater detail the American Ancestors from 1594 to 1896
   Page: 3
   Title: John Richmond.FTW
   Note:
   John Richmond.FTW, Source Medium: Other
   Text: Date of Import: Apr 27, 2004
   Title: Researcher listed below
   Note:
   Researcher listed below, Source Medium: Book
   Text: Scott W. from Rootsweb
   Author: Joshua Bailey Richmond
   Title: The Richmond Family
   Publication: Name: Boston 1894;
   Repository:
       Name: FHC Carrollton, Texas Stake has copy. original in SLC
   Note:
   Joshua Bailey Richmond, The Richmond Family (Boston 1894), 1018810, Source Medium: Microfilm
   This book covers the Richmond from 1049 to 1594 as pre-Americans and in greater detail the American Ancestors from 1594 to 1896
   Page: 3
   Text: He married Abigail Rogers, daughter of John Rogers of Duxbury, born in 1641. 
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John Richmond, Jr.'s Timeline

1627
1627
Ashton Keynes Parish, Wiltshire, England
1654
June 2, 1654
Age 27
Bridgewater, Plymouth Colony
1654
Age 27
1661
November 4, 1661
Age 34
Bridgewater, Plymouth Colony
1663
December 8, 1663
Age 36
Taunton, Bristol County, Plymouth Colony, (Present USA)
1663
Age 36
Sharon, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1665
February 8, 1665
Age 38
Taunton, (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts)
1668
September 23, 1668
Age 41
Taunton, Bristol County, Plymouth Colony, (Present USA)
1670
February 26, 1670
Age 43
Taunton, (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts)
1673
December 5, 1673
Age 46
Taunton, (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts)