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Family Subtree Diagram : Richards, Richard+Ann

PLEASE NOTE: If you do not see a GRAPHIC IMAGE of a family tree here but are seeing this text instead then it is most probably because the web server is not correctly configured to serve svg pages correctly. see http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/SVG:Server_Configuration for information on how to correctly configure a web server for svg files. ? 5x Great Grandparents Representative ofRichard Battarbee of Malpas wine merchant the nephew was an executor of Richard Richardson's will. Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Marriage (five children) 24 Sep 1769 (Shocklach) No more children Marriage (five children) 31 Dec 1798 (Malpas) No more children Marriage 6 Jan 1828 XTo be completed Marriage (four children) 18 Jun 1827 XTo be completed Marriage (two children) 22 Apr 1797 (Worthenbury) No more children Marriage (ten children) 10 Nov 1823 Marriage (four children) 19 May 1831 No more children Marriage (a child) 1869 (L'pool) Marriage (eleven children) 29 Nov 1822 (Worthenbury) No more children Marriage (seven children) 1888 (Ellsmere). Abode Malpas Marriage (two children) 1930 (Whitchurch) Marriage (a child) 1857 +Possibly more children Marriage (four children) 2 Oct 1832 (Worthenbury) Marriage XTo be completed Marriage (two children) 1917 Texas XTo be completed Lives withIn 1901, George and Ann (76 & 72) were living at Worthenbury with Ann's father, aged 102. 1770 - 1814 Margaret Richards 43 43 Margaret is one of my 16 Great Great Great Great (5X) Grandmothers.

In 1831, Margaret was witness at Janes marriage..

In 1814, Margaret Hopley died, aged only 43. 
1748 - 1812 Anne Phythian 64 64 Anne is one of my 32 Great Great Great Great Great (6X) Grandmothers.

Ann Richards was left 5s in her fathers will.
1784 - 1858 Richard Richards 74 74 Richard Richards was the sole executor of his father's will, which passed probate 8 May 1823.

Richard continued to live at his father's pub, at the Fish Inn, Shocklach, and was recorded there in 1851.  Inn Keeper and farmer of 50 acres.  He retired and moved to Hampton, Malpas. Later, Henry Rogers was at the Fish Inn until he deid 1863.

He left his farm and lands to Jane Brereton (nee Hopley)..
1774 - 1863 Charles Richards 89 89 WARNING: Dont confuse with Charles Richardson who married Elizabeth Pursell in 1901, another family.

Charles was left "£5 and a feather bed" in 1823.

His father, in his Will, left money to each of his children still alive, or to their children.  However, there was no mention of Charles' children.  It may be that Charles Richards and Charles Richardson are two different people, although birts tie in with the marriage.

Elizabeth, Charle's fitst wife must have died as Charles married another Elizabeth.

In 1841, Charles and Elizabeth (65 & 60) were farmers at Bronington, Hanmer, Flintshire with three daughters Sarah (25), Betsy (15) and Martha (14).

In 1851, Charles (76, widower) a retired farmer, was lodging with William and Martha Hales at Welsh Hampton, Shropshire.
1773 - 1843 Mary Richards 70 70 Daughter Mary Battarbee is mentioned is her father's will, so she must have married a Battarbee. With such an unusual name, there is only one possible marriage!

1804 - 1876 Richard Battarbee 72 72 A miller at Wych Mill in 1841

A wine and spirit merchant at Church Street, Malpas in 1861
1799 Anne Battarbee 1802 George Battarbee George moved around Cheshire a little.  He was born in Malpas and lived there till 1829. After Joseph was born they moved to Cuddington for 5 years, and then to Chorlton, Cheshire.

In 1851 George was an Executor of his cousin Richard Mullock's will.  George was a farmr of 185 acres at Malpas.
1801 Mary Battarbee 1805 - 1805 Thomas Battarbee 1m 1m 1804 - 1876 Mary Johnson 72 72 ~1800 John Hinton 1742 - 1823 Richard Richards 81 81 Richards's will describes him as a Publican at the Fish Inn, Shocklach Oviat. He had to pay his sister Margaret Hopley, and each of her children £5 each from his fathers estate.

A Richards, possible the same person, also had the Emral Arms in in Worthenbury, Flintshire.  Pricard brother-in-law Thomas Phythian farmed in Worthenbury, so this may be a connection.
1771 Elizabeth Batterbury Elizabeth was sister of George, both whom married Charles Richards and Mary Richards (brother and sister),

Elizabeth probably had a younger sister Anne (b.1785) who also married in Worthenbury (18-Jan-1808).
1775 - 1824 George Batterbury 49 49 1798 - 1901 Charles Richards 102 102 Charles RICHARDS born 11 Nov 1798, Worthenbury married Jane LLOYD of Overton at St Deniols in 1822

In 1851, Charles and Jane (52 & 50) were farming 114 acres at Worthenbury. They had Elizabeth (24), Richard (20), Henry (14), Mary (13), Martha (11) and Frederick (8), as well as servants and Charles Richards (24, visitor)

In 1861, Charles and Jane (62 & 60) were at Worthenbury with Henry (25), Martha (21) and Frederick (18), and three  servants.

In 1871, Charles and Jane (72 & 70) were retired farmers living at Worthenbury.

When Charles celebrated his 100th birthday at Worthenbury, with a telegram from Queen Victoria, he was quite healthy.  He had been a keen sportsman, angler, and a successful farmer.  He was also a smoker and fond of a drop of home brewed ale.  He was presented with a handsome bible inscribed within the cover a list of over 100 of his descendants.

Charles became a bit of a celibately.  He was recorded in a book and in 1901, the year of his death, a newspaper clipping celebrated his 102nd birthday with 182 descendants.  There are probably a few more now!

In 1901, Charles, aged 102 was living with his daughter Ann Batterbee (72) at Worthenbury.

Charles Richardson of Wallington Lane, Worthenbury, Flintshire gentleman died 20 August 1901. Probate St Asaph 7 October to John Richardson gentleman.  Effects £351 1s 8d.
1800 John Richardson 1777 - 1808 Jane Richards 31 31 Daughter Jane Mullock was left £5 by her father. 1797 - 1852 Margaret Palin 55 55 1841 - 1895 Richard Battarbee 54 54 George Johnson Between 1835 and 1839, George and Anne had their first three children baptised at Malpas, and then Emma at Great Budworth, Cheshire. 1835 George Thomas Johnson 1839 Alice Johnson 1837 John Johnson 1841 Emma Johnson 1828 Richard Hinton In 1851 Richard Hinton, 22, was staying with his uncle and Aunt John and Ann Rand (or Reeves) in Malpas. 1829 James Hinton 1831 Jane Hinton 1832 - 1833 Henry Hinton 1 1 1846 - 1885 Sarah Chadwick 39 39 1831 Margaret Battarbee No daughter Margared in 1851. Possibly died or married. 1834 - 1912 Harriet Battarbee 78 78 Harriet married George Hanner (1859–?) in 1856 in West Derby, Liverpool 1835 - 1872 Fanny Battarbee 37 37 Fanny married Edward Durant 1827 Mary Battarbee Mary, 24, was still at home with parents in 1851 1829 Joseph Battarbee Joseph married Elizabeth Davies in 1856 at Whitchurch and moved to Bebington, Cheshire. 1830 Ann Battarbee 1838 Charles Battarbee Charles married Isabella Skinner in West Derby in 1868 1839 Emma Battarbee Emma lived in lodgings in Liverpool in 1851 and 1851.  She appears to have not married. 1877 - 1962 Richard Joseph Battarbee 84 84 Richard is the grandfather of C.M., of whom I have a DNA match (9.6 centimorgans shared across 2 DNA segments.  Also to Cheri Merritt with 7cM across 1 segment. 1801 - 1879 Jane Lloyd 78 78 1862 - 1942 Annie Richards 79 79

In 1939, Annie Salt, born 27 Oct 1863, was retired, a widow at Tarvin, Cheshire. Daughters Ruth and Annie (and another) were with her.
1864 - 1911 Smith Augustus Salt 47 47 In 1901, Smith and Annie (37 & 38) were at Eddisbury, Malpas  with Ruth (11), Annie (8), George (6), and Jeffery (4).  Smith was a Grocer, Shopleeper.

Smith Augustus Salt, Grocer, died 8 Nob 1911, leaving £3671 to his widow Annie.
1896 - 1972 Jeffrey Salt 75 75 Jeffrey had 5 children, Ruth, Annie (Nancy), George, Jeffery and Marion. 1900 Dorothy Hartley 1932 - 2005 George Hartley Salt 73 73 George is a 5th cousin, once removed.  His son Neil Salt is a 6th cousin.  He has a 9cM DNA match to me. 1830 - 1910 Richard Richards 79 79 1839 - 1909 Mary Jane Tomkin 70 70 1812 Ann Caldercott 1826 Elizabeth Richards 1836 - 1900 Henry Lloyd Richards 64 64 1837 - 1881 Mary Richards 43 43 1839 - 1930 Martha Richards 90 90 1865, Martha married William Fearnall at Wrexham 1842 - 1889 Frederick Richards 46 46 1823 - 1882 Charles Richards 59 59 1825 George Richards 1829 - 1920 Ann Richards 91 91 1834 - 1921 John Richards 86 86 1832 - 1846 Jane Richards 14 14 1824 - 1913 George Battarbee 88 88 In 1852, George married his second cousin, Ann Richards.

In 1861, George and Ann Battarbee (36 & 32) were publicans in Liverpool.  They had three children Jane (8), Henry (3) and Fanny (1)

George and Ann had a son Henry, a Liverpool Pilot, who was killed (drowned in the Mersey).

In 1891, George and Ann (66 & 62) were at Allerton, Lancashire with their son George (25).

In 1901, George and Ann (76 & 72) were living at Worthenbury with Ann's father, aged 102.
1824 - 1913 George Battarbee 88 88 In 1852, George married his second cousin, Ann Richards.

In 1861, George and Ann Battarbee (36 & 32) were publicans in Liverpool.  They had three children Jane (8), Henry (3) and Fanny (1)

George and Ann had a son Henry, a Liverpool Pilot, who was killed (drowned in the Mersey).

In 1891, George and Ann (66 & 62) were at Allerton, Lancashire with their son George (25).

In 1901, George and Ann (76 & 72) were living at Worthenbury with Ann's father, aged 102.
1901 - 1995 Pearl Lee Vircie Odom Arnold 93 93 1889 Ruth Salt 1893 - 1986 Annie (Nancy) Salt 93 93 Annie Salt of Newhaven, Old Hall St, Malpas, Cheshire died 5 Nov 1986 leaving almost £60,000. 1895 George Henry Salt 1892 - 1900 Myra Salt 8 8 1933 Peter Salt 1901 - 1976 Marion Salt 75 75 1898 - 1898 Alice Mary Salt 2m 2m 1834 John Richardson 1838 Walter Richardson In 1851, Walter (13) was a retail hatter's apprentice. 1842 Thomas Richardson 1846 Randle Richardson
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