Drury Richardson

Male 1780 -

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  • Name Drury Richardson 
    Born 1770-1780 
    Gender Male 
    • 1800 -- Census, Randolph County, NC Page 340
      Drury Richardson
      (45+) 1M 1F
      (26-45) 1M
      (10-16) 1F
      (0-10) 1M 1F

      1810 -- Census, Randolph County, NC Page 177
      Drury Richerson
      (26-45) 1M 1F
      (10-16) 1F
      (0-10) 3M 2F

      1830 -- Census, Randolph County, NC Page 6
      Drury Richerson
      (50-60) 1M 1F
      (20-30) 2F
      (15-20) 2F

      1840 -- Census, Randolph County, NC Page 73
      Drury Ritchardson
      (60-70) 1M
      (20-30) 1F
      (5-10) 1M
      (0-5) 1M

      1850 -- Census, Randolph County, NC Page 113
      Drury Richardson 84 M, Farmer, Born in NC
      Christina Richardson 35 F, Born in NC
      Allen Richardson 11 M, Born in NC
      Ellwood Richardson 8 M, Born in NC
      James Richardson 5 M, Born in NC
      Noah Richardson 1 M, Born in NC
      Rebecca Lewellyn 54 F, Born in NC
    Person ID I4321  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 27 Apr 2014 

    Father William Richardson,   b. Bef 1738,   d. Bef Mar 1794, Randolph County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 56 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth 
    Richardson Family of Moore County, NC - Miscellaneous Records
    Richardson Family of Moore County, NC - Miscellaneous Records
    The enclosed is a timeline and accounting of early Richardson references in Moore County and Cumberland County.
    Family ID F1895  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Documents
    1794 Will, Randolph County, NC - Will of William Richardson
    1794 Will, Randolph County, NC - Will of William Richardson
    1794 Mar [Probated] -- Will, Randolph County, NC
    1793, Jun 6 [Written]
    Will of William Richardson, Dec'd.
    Heirs: wife Elizabeth, Drury Richardson Jur., John Richardson, Francis Richardson, Sarah Richardson and Frances Melson.
    Witnesses: John Steed, John Latham and John Reed

    1788 Petition, Randolph County, NC - Courthouse
    1788 Petition, Randolph County, NC - Courthouse
    1788, Nov 20 -- Nov 1788-Dec 1788, General Assembly Session Records Box 2, Folder 1

    To the Honourable the Gennerall Assembly for the State of North Carolina
    The Petition of the Inhabitance of Randolph County Humbly Sheweth That a Number of them Labour at a Great Disadvantage in Attending on Public Meetings Owing to the Place Whare the Coarte is held being so fare from the Center of the said County We your Humble Petitioners Beg that your Honourable Boddy Would Pass an Act Directing that Commishoners be Appointed for the Purpose of Centering the Said County & Erecting the Publick Buildings At or Neare the Center of the Said County and We your Petitioners are Ever Bound to Pray etc. [selected signers] Richard Bird, William Bird, Nimrod Brewer, Arther Reade, Isaac Redfarn, Jas. Ledlow, Jas. Lathem Junr., Wm. Reade Junr., Jno. Williamson, Wm. Needham, Math. Deaton, Eldrig Deaton, Windsor Pearce, Joseph Hix, Arther Smith, Michall Andrews, Howell Brewer Sen., Wm. Richeson, Jno. Lathem, Wm. Lathem, Drury Richeson, Jas. Needham, William Smotherman, Cornelias Lathom, Thoms. Cost Sen., Thos. Cost Junr., Jas. Lathom Senr., Johnson Lathom, William Searcy, Joseph Carr, Wm. Neadom, John Garner, Rolle Spinks, John Pearce, John Read, Wm. Argo, Robt. Carr, John Deaton, John Spinks, Lewis Spinks, Garrot Spinks, Enoch Spinks, William Read, Adam Andrews, Davis Andrews, Charles Stewart, William Pearce, Thos. Waddill, Dennis Carpender, John Needham Senr. and Wm. Smith.

    1797 Petition, Montgomery, Randolph and Richmond counties, NC - Little and Uwharrie Rivers
    1797 Petition, Montgomery, Randolph and Richmond counties, NC - Little and Uwharrie Rivers
    1797, Oct 27 -- Nov-Dec 1797 General Assembly Session Records, Box 1 Folder 5
    Dueling petitions regarding the 1794 act entitled "an act to keep open Little and Uhara rivers in the county of Randolph and Montgomery for the passage of fish up the same". Petitioners from Richmond, Anson and Montgomery counties urged the General Assembly to repeal the act and allow inhabitants to build mills and dams on and across these rivers. A separate petition from inhabitants of Montgomery and Randolph urged the General Assembly to keep the act. Selected signers of the latter petition include: [Randolph] John Presnall, James Presnall, William Lathem, Absalom Presnall, Johnston Spencer, William Pool Snr., Drury Richardson, Peter Cagle, William Bollin, Samuel Pool, Harrison Callicot, Peter Bean, Wm. Harvey, Johnson King, Jesse King, John Harvey, Jesse Pool, Charles Bollin Junr., James Presnall, Elijah Ashworth, William King, Benjamin Bollin, Thomas Bean, John Brown, Elijah Presnall, Walter Bean, Peter Randall, Thomas King, Isaac Brown, George Lucas, William Lucas, Thomas Lucas, John Lucas, Peter King, Mitchel Boling, John Boling, Andrew Auman, Christian Luther, George Luther, Michael Luther, Jacob Luther, John Steed, Richd. Bean [Montgomery] Joseph Holthem, Sollomn Bennet, Lias Morris, Henry Stevens, Eligy Holthem, Fenison Chesson, James Moore, Daniel Chance, Edward D. Tyler, James Stevens, Robert Stevens, Wm. Stevens, Uriah Wright, William Spencer, John Nichols, Elias Spencer, William Collicott, Eli Collicott, Asa Collicott, James Collicott, William Nichols, George Thomas, Elijah Spencer, Aquilla Sugg, Edward Duvall Tyler Jun., John James, John Collicott, Hatton Morris Senr., Hatton Morris Junior, Wm. Wright Senr., Ransome Nichols, Andrew Edwards, James Elkins, William Allen, George Allen, James Allen, Reuben Allen, George Allen, Seymore Spencer, John Ward, William Trent, Jesse Symmons, James Symmons, William Ozier, Jacob Ozier, William Altam and Edward Morris.