RICHARDSON, WORTHY LOVELL, MD  (VETERAN UNION) - Greenwood County, Kansas | WORTHY LOVELL, MD  (VETERAN UNION) RICHARDSON - Kansas Gravestone Photos

Worthy Lovell, MD (VETERAN UNION) RICHARDSON

Means (aka Rocky Ford) Cemetery
Greenwood County,
Kansas

ASSISTANT SURGEON US Army
52 Indiana Infantry
Civil War Union
August 30, 1820 - April 7, 1901

Grand Army of Republic

OBITUARY
"DR. RICHARDSON DEAD
Early Pioneer of Greenwood County Passes Away
Dr. W. L. Richardson an old soldier and pioneer of Greenwood county died suddenly at his home in Fall River township last Sunday about 8: 30 a.m. The funeral was held Tuesday and was in charge of the Washburn Post of the G.A.R. of Neal. Interment was made in the Means cemetery.
Dr. W. L. Richardson was born near Lockport, Erie County, New York, August 30th, 1820. His father dying when he was eight years old, his mother moved to Rutland, Vermont, where he lived until 1840, when he came to Indiana. In 1845 he married Miss Louisa Heaton. In January, 1862 he enlisted in the 52nd Indiana Infantry. During the last year and a half of the war, he was acting Assistant Surgeon at the Soldiers Home in Indianapolis. He died April 7th, 1901. He leaves a widow and four children, W. H. and W. J. Richardson and Mrs. D. F. Bishop of this county and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy of Kansas City, Mo.
Dr. Richardson was an early settler in Greenwood County coming to the county in 1873 and was widely known and respected by all."
*from the April 11, 1901 edition of "Eureka Herald".


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Contributed on 10/23/13

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Submitted: 10/23/13 • Approved: 8/26/16 • Last Updated: 3/12/18 • R12456-G0-S3

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