Douglas Charles Richardson

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As a young man he came to San Juan Bautista, a tiny place in [[Monterey County, California]], applied and was accepted as a teacher.  While a resident there he married on 31 Jul 1862 at Trinity Church in San Jose, [[Santa Clara County, California]] to Miss Climena C French and they had two surviving children: Edwin and Grace.  His first wife died by 1877.
 
As a young man he came to San Juan Bautista, a tiny place in [[Monterey County, California]], applied and was accepted as a teacher.  While a resident there he married on 31 Jul 1862 at Trinity Church in San Jose, [[Santa Clara County, California]] to Miss Climena C French and they had two surviving children: Edwin and Grace.  His first wife died by 1877.
  
Now Superintendent of Schools for Monterey County, California, he married secondly to Martha Young (b 1844) a native of Hancock County, Virginia (now [[West Virginia]]), and they had at least two more surviving children: Laura and William.
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Now Superintendent of Schools for Monterey County, California, he married secondly to Martha Young (b 1844) a native of Hancock County, Virginia (now [[West Virginia]]), and they had at least two more surviving children: [[#Laura Lucinda Shearer|Laura]] and William.
  
 
Samuel died between 1900 and 1910 possibly in Alisal Township, Monterey County where he was living in 1900.
 
Samuel died between 1900 and 1910 possibly in Alisal Township, Monterey County where he was living in 1900.

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