19 May 2013

Ann's 2nd Husband, Lawrence Richardson

On the 19th of May, 1680, a small party of Indians attacked the house of Thomas Richardson at the head of Gunpowder River, but were put to flight by Richardson [Later Lt. Col .Thomas Richardson, Chief Ranger and Surveyor for County] and his brother Lawrence Richardson. [Source]

In 1693, Lawrence Richardson was named as a vestryman of old St. John's Parish in Baltimore County, Maryland:


This family history does not mention that Lawrence Richardson was married to Ann (Taylor) Greer. Perhaps there was a Lawrence Richardson in an older (or younger) generation.


Anonymous said...

I was under the impression that Anne Taylor (1661-1716) had married James Greer (1627-1688) and they had a son, John Greer (1688=1750) who would have been Lawrence Richardson's (1650-1705) step-son.

PalmsRV said...

It's been a while since I composed this post and it could be wrong. Thanks for commenting.