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RICHARDSON, Thomas
(Cir 1523-1630)
SILVERSIDE, Margaret
(1527-)
DUXFORD, Richard
(Abt 1539-1622)
Joan Katherine
(1543-1616)
RICHARDSON, Thomas
(1543-1634)
DUXFORD, Katherine
(1565-Bef 1632)
RICHARDSON, Thomas
(-1651)

 

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RICHARDSON, Thomas

  • Died: 28 Aug 1651, Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA,
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The three brothers had lots assigned them, 20 April 1638, on 'Misticke Side and above the Ponds,' that is, in Malden. The share they had in the settlement of Woburn, and the organization of the church in that town, has been sufficiently related in the notices already given of Ezekiel and Samuel Richardson. An Inventory of the Goods of Thomas Richardson, late of Woburn. 4 Working Oxen 24. 0. 0 5 Cows 22. 10. 0 3 Steers 8. 0. 0 2 Heffers 4. 10. 0 3 Calves 4. 0. 0 1 Mare 4. 0. 0 1 Ewe 1. 0. 0 8 Swine 5. 0. 0 Corne in the Barne 30. 0. 0 10 pieces of pewter 1. 0. 0 3 pieces of Brass 1. 5. 0 3 Iron pots 1. 0. 0 5 pairs of Sheets 1. 13. 4 1 table Cloth, 2 pillow beers 0. 5. 0 Bedding and the Furniture belonging to it 3. 0. 0 His wearing apparel 4. 5. 0 Two muskets and other arms 2. 4. 0 Tubs and other wooden vesells 0. 16. 0 1 Table, 1 Cupboard, 2 chares and other lumber 0. 16. 0 Iron tools 0. 17. 0 Carte, plows, chaines, and other instruments of husbandry 7. 13. 0 For his servant's time, that he hath yet to serve 6. 0. 0 -------- L133. 14. 4 Further, the said Thomas Richardson died possed of one Dwelling House, Barn, and One hundred acres of Land, situate in the Town of Woburn, of which 25 acres are plowed land, and ten of meadow, Real Estate valued at 80 pounds. He is indebted the sum of ten pounds, ten shillings. The two steers formerly forgotten, 4 pounds ten shillings. Following the inventory, and it would seem a part of it is this statement: 'He hath left a wife, three sons, and four daughters. The eldest son is 8 years old; the second, 6 years; and the third, three-quarters [of a year]. The eldest daughter is 13 years old; the second, 11 years; the third, 4 years; the fourth, 2 years.' Samuel and Thomas were on a committee to lay out lots (of land) for hayfields 1 July 1636. In 1635 and 1636 Edward Converse and 2 other men sent to explore what became Woburn, Massachusetts. Grants of land made to Ezekiel and Thomas Richardson.

Baptism: Date: 03 JUL 1608 Place: Westmill, Hertfordshire, England,


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