Francois Charles Richards, 17501809 (aged 59 years)

Map of Massena New Your area where Richards Lived
Name
Francois Charles /Richards/
Given names
Francois Charles
Surname
Richards
Birth
1750
Military
Revolutinary War
Type: Soldier

Note: Served with Lafayette (1777) in the American revolution.

Served with Lafayette (1777) in the American revolution. Fought and was wounded in the battle of Brandywine.

Birth of a sonLouis Jean Richards
July 28, 1789 (aged 39 years)
Birth of a sonFrancois Xavier Richards
July 28, 1789 (aged 39 years)
Birth of a sonJoseph Richards
1790 (aged 40 years)
Note: Birth date from Minitary Records
Birth of a sonAntoine Richards
April 3, 1798 (aged 48 years)
Christening of a sonAntoine Richards
1798 (aged 48 years)
Birth of a sonJohn Richards
1799 (aged 49 years)
Source: 1860 Census
Birth of a sonJohn Baptiste Richards
August 15, 1801 (aged 51 years)
Birth of a daughterJosette Richards
May 31, 1804 (aged 54 years)
Birth of a daughterAngelique Richards
March 20, 1807 (aged 57 years)
Death of a wifeMarie Josephte Martin-St. Jean
1809 (aged 59 years)
Birth of a daughterAlexis Richards
November 12, 1809 (aged 59 years)
Death
1809 (aged 59 years)
Address: Wagon Train
Family with Marie Josephte Martin-St. Jean
himself
partner
son
17891856
Birth: July 28, 1789 39 30Racket River, St Lawrence Co, New York, USA
Death: 1856Sparta, Monroe Co, Wisconsin, USA
son
17 months
son
17901855
Birth: 1790 40 30Racket River, St Lawrence Co, New York, USA
Death: 1855
8 years
son
Antoine Richards
17981892
Birth: April 3, 1798 48 39Racket River, St Lawrence Co, New York, USA
Death: April 10, 1892Massena, St Lawrence Co, New York, USA
21 months
son
17991878
Birth: 1799 49 39Racket River, St Lawrence Co, New York, USA
Death: November 7, 1878Louisville, St Lawrence Co, New York, USA
3 years
son
18011850
Birth: August 15, 1801 51 42Racket River, St Lawrence Co, New York, USA
Death: 1850
3 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
1807
Birth: March 20, 1807 57 48St. Regis, Quebec, Canada
3 years
daughter
1809
Birth: November 12, 1809 59 50St. Regis, Quebec, Canada
Family with Mary
himself
partner
NameTwigs and Branches
SourceTwigs and Branches
Military

Served with Lafayette (1777) in the American revolution. Fought and was wounded in the battle of Brandywine.

Note

Records indicate that Francois (Louis) Richards after serving with Layette 1777 in America's fight for independence came north to Chazy New York and then on to the Massena area. He made stops at Mill Roche Ontario then to Branhart Island, Long Sault Island, then to Richards Landing. He settled at last at Racket River where his children were born and baptized at St. Regis, Quebec.

Note

Born in France of, father English, mother French.