Children of James and Augusta Ann Richardson

01. Amelia Constance Richardson

1859-01-01 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1861 living at 3 Summerhill Grove, Westgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family, a cook, a housemaid, a nurse, and two visitors; parents absent on census night TNA: PRO RG 9/3812 f45 p8
1871 scholar, living at 3 Summerhill Grove, Westgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family and four domestic servants PRO RG 10/5072 f81 p28
1874-01/1875-12 of Newcastle; at The Mount School, York H. Winifred Sturge, ed. (n.d. [1932]) A Register of Old Scholars of The Mount School, York 1931-1932. Leominster: The Orphans' Printing Press
1881 living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family and four domestic servants RG 11/5051 f57 p7
1884-07-30 m. Alfred Holmes, MA, (1853–1933, paint and colour manufacturer and glass and oil merchant, b. Elswick, Newcastle, s. of William Henry and Mary Jane (Brockbank) Holmes) GRO index; censuses
Children: Stephen (1886–1970), Bertha (1888–1968), Mary (1889–1913), Oliver (1892–1966), Constance (1894–1950), Alison (1897–1992), William Ingram (1898–1940), and Percival (1902–1969), all b. Jesmond, Newcastle
1891 living at 66 Osborne Rd, Jesmond, Newcastle, with her family, a nurse, a cook, a housemaid, and a governess visitor RG 12/4219 f4 p2
1901 living at West Bloomfield, Jesmond, with her family, a nurse domestic, a sick nurse, a housemaid, another nurse, and a kitchen maid RG 13/4781 f97 p2
1911 living in 20 rooms at Broomfield, Jesmond, with her family, a waiting maid, a cook, a sewing maid, a housemaid, and a kitchen maid RG14PN30569 RG78PN1752 RD558 SD2 ED12 SN341
1922-01-28 of Broomfield, Jesmond Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne; with her husband and her son William Ingram, embarked at London on the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company's St. Margaret of Scotland, bound for Orotava, travelling first class UK outward passenger lists
1932 of 22 Akenside Ter., Newcastle-upon-Tyne Sturge, ed. (n.d. [1932])
1933-07-20 husband of 23 Akenside-terrace, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, at the date of his death National Probate Calendar
1933-10-10 co-executor of her husband's will
1949-02-14 of 9 Rosebery-crescent, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; d. Newcastle upon Tyne RD GRO index; National Probate Calendar
  bur. Jesmond Old Cemetery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Find a Grave
1949-05-04 will proved at Newcastle-upon-Tyne by Stephen Holmes, civil servant, Oliver Holmes, area manager, and Alfred James Ford, company director; effects £17,749 12. 11d. National Probate Calendar


02. Augusta Mary Richardson

1860-06-06 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1861 living at 3 Summerhill Grove, Westgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family, a cook, a housemaid, a nurse, and two visitors; parents absent on census night TNA: PRO RG 9/3812 f45 p8
1871 scholar, living at 3 Summerhill Grove, Westgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family and four domestic servants PRO RG 10/5072 f81 p28
1874-01/1875-12 of Newcastle; at The Mount School, York H. Winifred Sturge, ed. (n.d. [1932]) A Register of Old Scholars of The Mount School, York 1931-1932. Leominster: The Orphans' Printing Press
1881 living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family and four domestic servants RG 11/5051 f57 p7
1887-08-03 m. John Richard Baumgartner, MRCS, LSA (1846–1920, b. Islington, Middlesex), in Newcastle upon Tyne RD GRO index; censuses
Children: Tryce Mary (1888–1986), Cicely (1889–1987), Augusta Knight (1892–1965), and Verena (1895–1974), all b. Newcastle
1891 living at 10 Eldon Square, St Andrew, Newcastle, with her family, a cook, and a housemaid RG 12/4207 f24 p2
1901 living at 10 Eldon Square, St Andrew, Newcastle, with her family, a housemaid, a cook, and a nurse RG 13/4780 f46 p16
1911 living in 14 rooms at 10 Eldon Square, St Andrew, Newcastle, with her family, a cook, a sewing-maid, and a housemaid RG14PN30563 RG78PN1752 RD558 SD2 ED6 SN180
1920-11-09 husband of Rothay Holme, Ambleside, Westmorland, at the date of his death National Probate Calendar
1920-12-22 executor of her husband's will
1932 of Rothay House, Ambleside Sturge, ed. (n.d. [1932])
1938-01-11 of Houseby Cottage, Clappersgate near Ambleside, Westmorland; d. Westmorland South RD GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1938-02-15 will proved at London by Tryce Mary Baumgartner and Cicely Baumgartner, spinsters; effects £8916 13s. 3d. National Probate Calendar


03. Cornelius Richardson

1861-12-01 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1865-05-05 of Newcastle-on-Tyne; d. Newcastle upon Tyne RD GRO index; Annual Monitor


04. Julia Richardson

1863-04-05 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1868-05-21 of Newcastle-on-Tyne; d. Newcastle upon Tyne RD GRO index; Annual Monitor


05. Laura Richardson

1864-11-24 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1871 scholar, living at 3 Summerhill Grove, Westgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family and four domestic servants TNA: PRO RG 10/5072 f81 p28
1881 scholar, one of eight such at 50 Stramongate, Kendal, Westmorland PRO RG 11/5214 f18 p30
1891 living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family, two Dixon cousins, a washing-maid, a cook, and a housemaid RG 12/4197 f115 p37
1901 living at 'South Ashfield', Gloster Ter., Elswick, Newcastle, with her family, her niece Cecily Baumgartner, a cook, a housemaid, a waiting maid, and a kitchen maid RG 13/4772 f87 p1
1911 living in 13 rooms at Balla Wray, near Ambleside, Ulverston, Lancashire, with her mother and a housemaid RG14PN25649 RG78PN1472 RD481 SD6 ED6 SN108
1920-04-20 m. Robert Thomas Mauleverer Lindesay, MA (1870–1941, b. Laughry, Tyrone, Ireland, s. of Frederick and Charlotte McMurragh (Murphy) Lindesay), at Brampton, Cumberland GRO index; Basil & Garth
1941-04-07 clerk, of Walton Vicarage, near Brampton, Cumberland, at the date of his death National Probate Calendar
1941-08-18 co-administrator of her husband's estate
1944-07-22 widow, of 2 Thornfield-terrace, Grange-over-Sands, Lancashire; d. Braeside, Ambleside, Westmorland GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1944-09-29 will proved at Carlisle by Dorothea Richardson and Cicely Baumgartner and Helena Richardson, spinsters, and William Martin Milburn, solicitor; effects £11,847 16s. National Probate Calendar


06. Helena Richardson (Lena)

1866-02-19 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1871 scholar, living at 3 Summerhill Grove, Westgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family and four domestic servants TNA: PRO RG 10/5072 f81 p28
1881 scholar, living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family and four domestic servants PRO RG 11/5051 f57 p7
1891 not found in census  
1901
1911 living in 17 rooms at South Ashfield, Gloucester Terrace, Elswick, Newcastle, with her sister Dorothea, a cook, a waiting-maid, and a between maid; the household head (presumably mother to the sisters) absent on census night RG14PN30600 RG78PN1753 RD558 SD3 ED22 SN3
1913-02-16 co-executor of her mother's will National Probate Calendar
1944-09-29 co-executor of the will of her sister Laura National Probate Calendar
1955-12-08 of Braeside, Ambleside, Westmorland; d. Westmorland South RD GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1956-03-08 will proved at Carlisle by Cicely Baumgartner and Dorothea Richardson, spinsters; effects £7232 5s. 3d. National Probate Calendar


07. Sara Richardson

1867-10-20 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1871 living at 3 Summerhill Grove, Westgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family and four domestic servants TNA: PRO RG 10/5072 f81 p28
1881 scholar, living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family and four domestic servants PRO RG 11/5051 f57 p7
1891 living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family, two Dixon cousins, a washing-maid, a cook, and a housemaid RG 12/4197 f115 p37
1901 living at 'South Ashfield', Gloster Ter., Elswick, Newcastle, with her family, her niece Cecily Baumgartner, a cook, a housemaid, a waiting maid, and a kitchen maid RG 13/4772 f87 p1
1901-05-22 m. William Renton (1868 – before 1911, b. Newcastle upon Tyne RD), in Newcastle upon Tyne RD GRO index; censuses

At the ancient meeting-house of the Friends, in Pilgrim Street, Newcastle, yesterday, a marriage was solemnised between Mr William Renton, of Rodopike, Lancashire, and Miss Sara Richardson, daughter of  the late Mr James Richardson, of South Ashfield. There was a crowded congregation.

Sunderland Echo and Shipping Gazette, 1901-05-23
1911 widow, private means, living in 9 rooms at Randapike, High Wray, Ambleside, Westmorland, with a cook and her visiting cousin Ethel Grace Dixon RG 14/25647 RD481 ED4 SN155
1928-09-21 of Randapike, Ambleside, Westmorland; departed London for Colombo, aboard the P&O Maloja, travelling second class, for intended permanent residence in India UK outward passenger lists
1930-06-30 of Randapike, Ambleside; arrived Liverpool from New York, aboard the White Star Cedric UK incoming passenger lists
1963-02-01 of Howsley Cottage, Ambleside, Westmorland; d. at Westmorland County Hospital, Kendal, Westmorland GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1963-03-26 will proved at Carlisle by Tryce Mary Baumgartner and Cicely Baumgartner, spinsters; effects £8867 5s. National Probate Calendar


08. (James) Alaric Richardson

1869-03-18 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1871 living at 3 Summerhill Grove, Westgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with his family and four domestic servants TNA: PRO RG 10/5072 f81 p28
1881 scholar, living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with his family and four domestic servants PRO RG 11/5051 f57 p7
1881/1883 at Bootham School, York Edgar B. Collinson, ed. (1935) Bootham School Register, 2nd edition
1888 student at the Newcastle-upon-Tyne College of Science, Northumberland
1890-11-06 witness the wedding of his cousin Arthur Richardson, at St Peter's pc, Deptford, London parish register
1891 leather manufacturer, employer, living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with his family, two Dixon cousins, a washing-maid, a cook, and a housemaid RG 12/4197 f115 p37
1899-07 arrived Liverpool, from Boston, Massachusetts, aboard the Catalonia UK incoming passenger lists
1901 leather manufacturer, employer, living at 'South Ashfield', Gloster Ter., Elswick, Newcastle, with his family, his niece Cecily Baumgartner, a cook, a housemaid, a waiting maid, and a kitchen maid RG 13/4772 f87 p1
1904-04-07 of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; m. Annie Kathleen Hawyard (1870–1942, d. of William and Elizabeth (Alexander) Hayward), at Torquay, Devon GRO index; censuses; Bootham
Children: Eleanor (1905–2007), Laura (1907–1997), and James (1908–1973, all b. Newcastle-on-Tyne GRO index; censuses
1911 leather manufacturer, employer, living in 12 rooms at Auster, Grainger Park Rd, Newcastle on Tyne, with his family, a nursemaid, a cook, and a housemaid RG14PN30607 RG78PN1753 RD558 SD3 ED29 SN93
1913-02-16 leather manufacturer; co-executor of his mother's will National Probate Calendar
1929 leather manufacturer; co-executor of the will of his aunt Sarah Ann Richardson National Probate Calendar
1935 leather manufacturer, of Anster, Grainger Park Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne; assist. sec. Nat. Hist. Society of Northumberland and Durham; hobbies—nat. hist., ornithology Collinson, ed. (1935)
1956 chairman, Edward and James Richardson Ltd newspaper clipping, inherited from Mary S.W. Pollard
1958-03-04 of Balla Wray, High Wray, Ambleside, Westmorland; d. Ulverston RD GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1958-07-23 will proved at Newcastle-upon-Tyne by James Richardson, leather merchant, Eleanor Hopkinson, widow, Laura Richardson, spinster, and Norleigh Booth, solicitor and notary public; effects £17,743 0s. 10d. National Probate Calendar


09. Frank Richardson

1870-11-04 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1871 living at 3 Summerhill Grove, Westgate, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with his family and four domestic servants TNA: PRO RG 10/5072 f81 p28
1881 scholar, living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with his family and four domestic servants PRO RG 11/5051 f57 p7
1891 leather manufacturer, apprentice, living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with his family, two Dixon cousins, a washing-maid, a cook, and a housemaid RG 12/4197 f115 p37
1899 Q2 m. Jessie May Whalley (1872–1938, d. of Esther L. Whalley), in Ulverston RD GRO index; censuses
Children: Isabel Frank (1901–1987), Margaret Frank (1903–2002), John Frank (1905–1984), and Annette Frank (1914–1988), all b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne GRO index; censuses
1901 tanner, leather manufacturer, employer, living at Clifton Cottage, Clifton Road, Elswick, Newcastle, with his family, a nurse, and a cook RG 13/4773 f107 p19
1911 leather manufacturer, employer, living in 11 rooms at Clifton Cottage, Clifton Road, Elswick, Newcastle, with his family, a cook, a housemaid, and a nurse RG14PN30607 RG78PN1753 RD558 SD3 ED29 SN107
1913-02-16 leather manufacturer; co-executor of his mother's will National Probate Calendar
1969 Q1 d. Northumberland West RD GRO index


10. Dorothea Richardson (Dolly)

1872-12-12 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1881 scholar, living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with her family and four domestic servants TNA: PRO RG 11/5051 f57 p7
1891 college, living at York Lodge, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, with her aunt Jane Sturge and family, her cousin Catherine M. Richardson, a cook, and a housemaid PRO RG 12/2048 f16 p27
1898-06-24 member of the Guild of the Cheltenham Ladies' College; attended the biennial gathering in the town Cheltenham Chronicle, 1898-06-25
1901 not found in census  
1904-06-04 attended the Guild's biennial gathering in the town Cheltenham Looker-On
1911 living in 17 rooms at South Ashfield, Gloucester Terrace, Elswick, Newcastle, with her sister Helena, a cook, a waiting-maid, and a between maid; the household head (presumably mother to the sisters) absent on census night RG14PN30600 RG78PN1753 RD558 SD3 ED22 SN3
1914-08-31 of 4 Summerhill Grove, Newcastle; member of the Newcastle Committee of Women Workers; wrote to the Chronicle Newcastle Evening Chronicle, 1914-09-01
1914-11-03 treasurer of the Women Workers' Committee; letter in the Journal appealing for more sewing orders for equipping the troops Newcastle Journal
1914-12-12 at an exhibition in Newcastle of toys made by women and girls on Tyneside:

"Dolls dressed in the costumes of the Allies under the instruction of Miss Dorothea Richardson at a workshop in Newcastle will also be shown."

Newcastle Journal, 1914-12-17
  midwife Claire Williams (1982) 'A Chart of the Descendants of John Richardson 1799–1959 Tanner of Newcastle upon Tyne and Sarah Jane Balkwill 1802–1889 of Plymouth' (photocopy of MS wheel chart)
1930-11-25 at the eighth annual Applied Arts and Handcrafts Exhibition, at the Royal Horticultural Hall, Westminster:

"Another centre of attraction was a collection of beautiful miniature models of birds, exhibited by Miss Dorothea Richardson, of Newcastle-on-Tyne."

Nottingham Evening Post, 1930-11-26
1934-11-28 at the twelfth annual Applied Arts and Handcrafts Exhibition, at the Royal Horticultural Hall, Westminster:

The Marchioness [of Cambridge, who opened the exhibition] bought from Miss Dorothea Richardson, of Newcastle, one of her coloured clay and paper models of wild birds. These models, exact to scale and accurately coloured, are in considerable demand by naturalists and students. Miss Richardson's studio is at Ambleside (Westmorland).

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 1934-11-29
1936-05-16

QUEEN BUYS TWO MODEL BIRDS.

VISIT TO A WOMEN ARTISTS' EXHIBITION.

Queen Mary, accompanied by Lady Victoria Forester, paid a visit to Walker's Art Galleries in Bond-street to-day, and spent half-an-hour inspecting the exhibits of four women artists, whose work is being exhibited publicly at the galleries from next Monday.

[ . . . ] Queen Mary [ . . . ] also bought two model birds made by another of the artists, Dorothea Richardson. The birds are made of paper. One of the exhibits the Queen admired was a model of a kingfisher, only ½in. long, yet containing 70 paper feathers. [ . . . ]

Nottingham Evening Post
1944-09-29 co-executor of the will of her sister Laura National Probate Calendar
1956-03-08 co-executor of the will of her sister Helena National Probate Calendar
1970 Q3 d. Westmorland South RD GRO index


11. John Richardson

1874-11-12 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; The Descendants of Un-named Richardson
1881 scholar, living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with his family and four domestic servants TNA: PRO RG 11/5051 f57 p7
1891 boarding at 6 Dene Terrace, Ryton, Durham, with Susanna Stobart and her family PRO RG 12/4190 f56 p5
1892-05-03 of Ryton, near Newcastle-on-Tyne; d. Newcastle-upon-Tyne RD GRO index; Annual Monitor


12. Nicholas Richardson, BSc

1876-03-03 b. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland GRO index; censuses; US naturalization records index; US World War I draft registration card; Massachusetts state and federal naturalization records
1881 living at South Ashfield, Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with his family and four domestic servants TNA: PRO RG 11/5051 f57 p7
1890/1893 at Bootham School, York Edgar B. Collinson, ed. (1935) Bootham School Register, 2nd edition
1891 schoolboy, pupil at Friends' Boys' School, 49 & 51 Bootham, York PRO RG 12/3886 f101 p3
1897 BSc, Durham University Collinson, ed. (1935)
1901 mining engineer, worker, living at 'South Ashfield', Gloster Ter., Elswick, Newcastle, with his family, his niece Cecily Baumgartner, a cook, a housemaid, a waiting maid, and a kitchen maid RG 13/4772 f87 p1
1908 immigrated to USA 1920 US federal census
1910-05-01 emigrated to the USA from Halifax, Nova Scotia, by rail; last residence Port Marian, Nova Scotia; arrived Vanceboro, Maine; fair complexion, 5'9", 176 lbs, light hair, hazel eyes; swore declaration of intention; "I am not an anarchist; I am not a polygamist nor a believer in the practice of polygamy; and it is my intention in good faith to become a citizen of the United States of America" Massachusetts state and federal naturalization records
1911-02-04 M.E., arrived New York from Kingston, Jamaica, aboard the S.S. Santa Maria; mother Mrs A.A. Richardson, of So. Ashfield, N.Castle on Tyne New York passenger lists
1912 naturalized 1920 US federal census
1913-05-11 engineer, arrived Fishguard from New York aboard Cunard's Carmania UK incoming passenger lists
1913-06-06 mining engineer, arrived New York from Liverpool, aboard the S.S. Mauretania; last permanent residence Boston, Massachusetts New York passenger lists
1915 m. Harriet Clara Morse (1871–1938, b. Boston, Massachusetts) OYSA (1971); 1920 US federal census; Bruce Family Tree
1916-05-12 insurance inspector, of 15 Park Place, Newtonville Massachusetts Massachusetts state and federal naturalization records
1918-09-12 fire prevention engineer, of 81 Prescott Street, Newtonville, Middlesex, Massachusetts, employed by War Industries Braid (U.S.), of Washington D.C.; tall, medium build, gray eyes, light hair; registered for the draft at the Court House, West Newton, Massachusetts US World War I draft registration card
1918-12-30 insurance inspector, of 15 Park Place, Newtonville; naturalized US naturalization records index; Massachusetts passenger and crew lists
1920 inspecting engineer, insurance bureau, living with his wife at 81 Prescott Street, Newton City, Middlesex, Massachusetts 1920 US federal census
1927-04-18 s. engineer; with his wife, arrived Liverpool from Boston aboard the White Star Cedric; proposed address 3 Summerhill Grove, Newcastle on Tyne UK incoming passenger lists
1930 sales engineer, metal products concern, living with his wife at 81 Prescott Street, Newton City, Middlesex, Massachusetts, his own home valued at $16,000; owned a radio 1930 US federal census
1932-08-12 of 81 Prescott Street, Newtonville; with his wife, arrived Boston from St George's, Bermuda, aboard the S.S. Prince Henry Massachusetts passenger and crew lists
1937-08-09 engineer; arrived Liverpool from Boston aboard the Cunard Laconia; proposed address Anster, Grainger Park Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne UK incoming passenger lists
1935 mining engineer, of Newtonville, Massachusetts, USA Collinson, ed. (1935)
1937-09-06 arrived Boston from Liverpool Massachusetts passenger and crew lists
1940 mining engineer, private business, working on own account, with income from other sources, living at 81 Prescott Street, Newton, with a maid 1940 US federal census
1957-10-18 d. Newtonville, USA Bootham


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