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Richard Richardson may refer to: Richard Richardson (British politician) (1664– 1714), M.P. for Ipswich; Richard Richardson (Canadian politician) (1820–?), Ontario political figure; Richard Richardson (Australian politician) (1825–1913), member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly; Richard J. Richardson (born 1935 ), ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Richardson_(British_politician)

Richard Richardson (c. 1664 – 31 December 1714) was Member of Parliament ( MP) for Dunwich from 1710 to 1713, and for Ipswich from 1 April 1714 until his death on 31 December 1714. References[edit]. Jump up ^ Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs – Constituencies beginning with "D" (part 4); Jump up ^ Leigh ...

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www.findagrave.com/memorial/37274052/richard-richardson

Revolutionary War Militia Brigadier General. The name of his early and university education has not been determined, but due to his respectable parentage and large family connections he most likely enrolled in Virginia University. He became a land surveyor and in the 1730's moved to South Carolina. At the time...

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Richard Richardson was a bricklayer and later an overseer at Monticello. Thomas Jefferson hired him as a bricklayer in 1796, then sent him to Philadelphia to learn stonecutting and plastering. Richardson later moved to Jamaica where he inherited a sugar plantation, but returned to the U.S. a few years later to work for ...

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www.carolana.com/SC/Revolution/patriot_leaders_sc_richard_richardson.html

Brigadier General Richard Richardson. Richard Richardson (1704 - September 1780) was a colonel of militia as early as 1757 and was in the Cherokee War of 1760-1761. He quelled the insurrection at Ninety-Six in 1775, assisted in the defeat of the British Fleet at Charelston in 1776, and was appointed Brigadier General ...

steinhardt.nyu.edu/faculty/Richard_Richardson

Richard C. Richardson Jr. is professor emeritus of higher education at NYU and past chair of the Department of Administration, Leadership and Technology. His recent studies have examined policy and higher education performance, structural designs, and systemic change for state higher education systems. He completed ...

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Feb 9, 2009 ... SCIway interviewed Gretchen Huggins, who is a member of the prominent Richardson family of South Carolina, and she told us a few stories about the history of her…