Amaziah Richmond Sr.


Amaziah Richmond Sr.

Middleborough, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
Death 30 Sep 1825 (aged 67)
Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont, USA
Burial Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont, USA
Memorial ID 136860757 View Source
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Amaziah's parents were Lemuel and Mary Richmond.

Amaziah's wife Hannah applied for a widow's pension in 1843. According to her deposition and documents. Amaziah was living in Taunton, MA at the start of the Revolution. He marched from Taunton to Roxbury, MA on April 20, 1775. He served with Massachusetts.

Amaziah moved to Bristol, RI where he met Hannah Throop. Hannah was born May 24, 1763, the daughter of Billings & Hannah Throop. Amaziah and Hannah married on November 21, 1780. Amaziah was taxed in Bristol, RI in 1781 and 1782. He also served with Rhode Island, ending his service as a corporal.

According to the History of Woodstock, Vermont; Amaziah moved to Barnard, VT in 1784. In 1799 he had an accident which resulted in the amputation of his left leg. He then started work as a butcher. In 1811 he moved to Woodstock to continue his business.

In 1843 Hannah Richmond was living in Woodstock with Job Richmond and family. Job was probably her son. She had twelve children.


A soldier of the Revolution.

Age 67 years.

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