Nancy was the daughter of Aldis (1785-1875) and Betsey (Paine) Penniman. Betsey (1785-1857) was the daughter of Amos Paine (1743-1790) and Priscilla Lyon (1738-1807). Amos was the son of Daniel and Leah (Smith) Paine. Daniel was the son of Samuel Paine and Anne Peck. Samuel was the son of Stephen and grandson of Stephen Paine.
Thompson Richmond was #2158 in the J. B. Richmond book:
2158. THOMPSON RICHMOND 7 (Michael 6, Abner 5, John 4, John 3, John 2, John 1) was born in Ashford, Conn., November 29, 1817. He married, first, May 14, 1846, Nancy M. Penniman of Woodstock, Conn. They removed to Lisbon, Wis., where she died March 26, 1847. He married, secondly, in 1850, Mrs. Hannah Palmer [Hannah Allen Dean]* of Ashford. They resided in Lisbon. Thompson Richmond died in 1901. *1st husband Chauncey Palmer, died 1839
4884. Thompson P. 8, born March 15, 1847.
In 1850 3 year old Thompson Richmond was living with his grandfather, Michael, in Ashford, Windham, Connecticut. In 1860 he was in Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin, with his father and step-mother. Thompson (8), a druggist, was living in a hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1870.
In 1883, Thomas and Mary J. Dickinson were married in New York, NY:
New York, Marriages, 1686-1980
groom's name: Thompson P. Richmond
bride's name: Mary J. Dickinson
marriage date: 21 Apr 1883
marriage place: Manhattan, New York, New York
groom's father's name: Thompson Richmond
groom's mother's name: Nancy Permiman
bride's father's name: Philomen Dickinson
bride's mother's name: Mary Franklin Schellinger