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Shortly before that event, this son of his, William Burpee Richardson, purchased the paternal estate, and afterwards continued to carry on the hotel, which still retained its old name, “The Richardson Tavern,” until the Boston and Worcester, now Boston and Albany, Railroad went into operation, about 1844.
They have had eight children, only four of whom attained to adult age. For the last twenty or more years, he has been deacon in the First Congregational (Unitarian) Church in Sterling.
some years he was engaged with his elder brother George, in South Framingham, in the manufacture of straw goods.
commenced a sea-faring life at the early age of eleven years, and being a thorough and skillful seaman, rapidly rose in his profession. Theodore and Lydia (Pollard) French, of that place.
He was a most successful commander in the Union Line of packet ships from New York to Havre, in France, which had so high a reputation before the introduction of steam. The Duchesse d’Orleans created considerable stir in the maritime world by the number of her rapid passages, one of which was made in the remarkable time of fourteen days from New York to Havre.”* and his wife, while in China, adopted a young English lad, who, as William Hyle Townsend, did good service for the country in the late civil war, and died at the Point of Rocks, Virginia, aged 22 years and 7 months. William and abby (Reed) Colburn, of Lincoln, Mass., and widow of Theodore French, Jr., Esq., who was born in Concord, N. French, the former husband, graduated, Dartmouth College, 1852; read law with Hon.