Dudley Hastings Richardson

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By 1916 he had moved to Arkadelphia, [[Clark County, Arkansas]] where according to the book ''Clark County Past and Present'' he "...played cornet in Dwight Blake's band and in 1916 became director of the Arkadelphia Band.  He married an Okolona girl and taught music and tuned pianos in that town until his death."  His brother Charles was a painter.
 
By 1916 he had moved to Arkadelphia, [[Clark County, Arkansas]] where according to the book ''Clark County Past and Present'' he "...played cornet in Dwight Blake's band and in 1916 became director of the Arkadelphia Band.  He married an Okolona girl and taught music and tuned pianos in that town until his death."  His brother Charles was a painter.
  
He married Ollie Shackleford and they divorced in 1928 after having one child who is still living.  He has no tombstone at Rose Hill Cemetery in Arkadelphia but "Dudley's family is buried there."
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He married Ollie Shackleford and they had one child who is still living. Ollie filed for divorce in 1928 "...when she moved from AR to Phoenix, AZ...the address listed for him was unknown." He has no tombstone at Rose Hill Cemetery in Arkadelphia but "Dudley's family is buried there."
  
 
In 1930 he is living in Kentucky.  He was listed in the city directory of Louisville in 1931 but is not in the the city directory for 1932.
 
In 1930 he is living in Kentucky.  He was listed in the city directory of Louisville in 1931 but is not in the the city directory for 1932.

Revision as of 16:00, 11 July 2007

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