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Antonio Richardson

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c.1863 Born in Mansfield, son of William Radford Richardson

1871 Wm Richardson 56, brass founder, lived in Manfield with Mary Richardson 51, Wm Richardson 29, foundry manager, Mary Ann Richardson 28, Saml Richardson 25, foreman engine fitter, Israel Richardson 23, foundry clerk, Sarah J Richardson 19, Richd Richardson 17, brass moulder, John Richardson 11, Francisco Richardson 10, Antonio Richardson 8[1]

1881 Mary Richardson 62, Sarah Ann Richardson 29, lived in Mansfield with Antonio Richardson 18, brass moulder apprentice[2]

1891 Antonio Richardson 28, brass founder manager and commercial traveller, employer, lived in Mansfield with Sarah A Richardson 31, Arthur A Richardson 3[3]

1895 Antonio Richardson, cashier to the Meadow Foundry Co, of Mansfield, gained a patent on "An improved crusher or pulverizer".

1896 With W. Richardson and S. Green, gained a patent on "Improvements in velocipedes, bicycles, tricycles, motor cars, and other road wheel machines."

1911 Antonio Richardson 48, brass and iron founder, mechanical engineer, employer, lived in Mansfield with Cecilia Richardson 46, Florence Redford Richardson 29[4]

Presumably had his own business at Phoenix Works - see A. Richardson (of Mansfield)

1924 Died in Mansfield[5]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1911 census
  5. BMD