#2457. EBENEZER RICHMOND (7) (Edward 6, Edward 5, Benjamin 4, Edward 3, Edward 2, John 1) was born in Austerlitz, N. Y., February 12, 1793. He married, December 26, 1816, Louisa Gott. He was Deacon of the Universalist Church in Independence. All the children resided in Waterville, N. Y., in 1859.
5278. Ann Maria (8), born Feb. 9, 1818; married Anthony R. Foster
5279. Harvey Story (8), born July 6, 1819; married 1st, Anna Skinner; 2d, Pauline S. Wilson
5280. Edward Adrian (8), born March 10, 1821; married Lucretia Harris
5281. Mary (8), born Dec. 24, 1822; married Enoch L. Mason
5282. Sarah Lucretia (8), born Nov. 25, 1825; married Jason H. Harris
5283. Nancy (8), born Nov. 5, 1827; married William Wilson
5284. Claressa (8), born Nov. 14, 1829; married Cyrus Harris
5285. Susan Aurilla (8), born July 6, 1831; married Sept, 1851, Willet Wilson.
He was a farmer and merchant, and resided in Whitesville, N. Y. No children (1859).
5286. Henry (8), born June 14, 1833; married Selina Ketchum.
5287. John Murray (8), born Feb. 10, 1836; married Julia Ann Richmond (See No. 5276).
5288. George Washington (8), born Nov. 21, 1838; unmarried in 1859. He was a
volunteer in the Army of the Potomac, and was detached to serve in the Balloon Corps.
According to this website, Ebenezer Richmond was a veteran of the War of 1812, and "Murray J. Richmond, killed before Petersburg, Va., 17 July 1864."
From History of Allegany Co., New York, Town of Independence:
"Others who came during the year (1823) were Ebenezer Richmond, David S. Briggs, Alvah Wood, Conrad Minges, Daniel Dexter, John Wheeler and Simeon Wilcox. Richmond, a native of Oneida county, moved in during the month of January, from Steuben county, bringing in several cattle and sheep. He had come the previous fall and located land and built a house. Richmond and Briggs are both dead. The latter died in September, 1861." [Note: Louisa Richmond was a widow by 1870]
In 1880, Mrs. Louisa Richmond was a widow and living with her son, Henry, in Independence, Allegany Co., New York:
1880 NY Census
Henry A. RICHMOND Self M W 46 NY Farmer NY NY
Selina J. RICHMOND Wife M W 42 NY Keep House NY NY
Anson M. RICHMOND Son S W 18 NY Help On Farm NY NY
Clara A. RICHMOND Dau S W 16 NY At School NY NY
James H. RICHMOND Son S W 8 NY NY NY
Selina P. RICHMOND Dau S W 3 NY NY NY
Loyd L. RICHMOND Son S W 10M NY NY NY
Louis A. RICHMOND Mother W W 82 NY Retired From Care NY NY
A 1925 newspaper article said that Mrs. Harvey Richmond of Whitesville, suffered a broken ankle. The newspapers are online at the Andover (NY) Free Library; Andover is in Allegany Co., New York. Even if the article does not pertain to the Mrs. Harvey Richmond of the generation listed above, I've now found a new source to explore. Harvey Story Richmond was a widower in 1900, so it wasn't his wife in the article.