Polk's 1845 Detroit City Directory:
Bits & pieces of the Joshua Bailey Richmond book plus an expansion of its contents.
Robert Henry Neefus, Jr., M. D., of Dalton, Mass., s. of Robert H. (1661), b. Feb. 5, 1849; living; m., July 4, 1870, Evelyn Fonda (dau. of John Fonda and Elizabeth Miller of Philmont, N. Y.), who was b. Oct. 6, 1847.
Child: Mabel Ross (1261), b. 1873
Information partially from the Richmond Family book:Mabel Neefus, 10 (Robert H. Neefus, 9, #5258. Rachel, 8, Henry 7, Stephen 6 , Edward 5, Benjamin,4, Edward 3, Edward 2 , John 1).
Mabel married in Massachsetts in 1892:
Name Geo. Henry Burghardt
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 23 Nov 1892
Event Place Pittsfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts
Father's Name William H.
Mother's Name Mary
Spouse's Name Mabel Ross Neefus
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated) 1873
Spouse's Father's Name Robert H.
Spouse's Mother's Name Evelyn
ROBBINS. Professor Homer Elmer
Professor of Classical History and Literature, Pomona College; Mayor of Claremont. Born: Waterford (Mich.), June 5, 1881; s. of Alena (Maybee) and Elmer Robbins.
Education: Public schools at Waterford and Holly (Mich.); grad., Univ. of Michigan, 1905. Degrees: A.B., 1905, M.A., 1906, Ph.D., 1916, U. of Michigan.
Married: Lena, d. of Esther (Rodgers) and Hiram Richmond, at Washington (Pa.), Aug. 29, 1912; ch.: Eleanor, Esther, Janet.
|St. Joseph River (Photo Was Not Taken In St. Joseph County)|
Ruth (Richmond) Hutchinson died 6 May 1870 according to Ancestry. Her husband Luther died 5 November 1900.
Ernest married Mary McCluskey in 1890 in Wisconsin:
Ernest with his wife, Mary, in 1910.
Ernest's Death record from the Michigan Archives online database.
Ernest Hutchinson's former wife was married to Wilfred B. Wilde when the census was taken in 1900:
In 1910 Arthur (Archie) Richmond was living with his grandmother, Mrs. Abigail Dean, in Bradford, Pennsylvania:
In 1920. Arthur's father, Charles, was remarried and living in Delaware County, Ohio, with his oldest two children of his second marriage.
Note: Cross-posted at In Deeds blog