Grace Richmond

A photo I inherited from Mamaw Owen: Dad says, “That’s Grace Richmond. She was one of the two daughters of Ted Richmond. She later married a man from Florida and they lived in Jacksonville.”

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Ted Richmond

A photo I inherited from Mamaw Owen. Ted was Velma Owen’s Uncle: It looks like John Dillinger to me, but Dad says, “That’s Ted Richmond, Grace’s father. Peggy just thought of the last name of the man Grace married in Florida. It was Mann. So she was Grace Mann. Her sister was Mary Moore. They came to visit us in Brandenburg. Maybe a picture of that somewhere. PS: Mary Moore married a man from Mississippi and they lived there the rest of their lives.” Dad also says, “Ted was mothers uncle. He was a brother to my grandmother Onie (Richmond) Heltsley. Paul, Grace and Mary were cousins of my mother. These were Teds children.”

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Nancy Richmond

Nancy Richmond, Louis’s great great grandmother, Onie (Richmond) Heltsley’s grandmother

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Louis Owen and Paul Richmond

Louis Owen and Paul Richmond

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Onie (Richmond) Heltsley, 2 pictures

Onie (Richmond) Heltsley, Louis Owen’s Mom’s Mom

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Onie (Richmond) Heltsley, Louis Owen’s Mom’s Mom

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some Richmonds

L-to-R Paul Richmond, Ted Richmond’s 2nd wife, Ted Richmond (Velma Owen’s Uncle), Grace (Richmond) Mann, Mary (formerly Richmond).

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Velma Owen and some Richmond’s

L-to-R Grace (Richmond) Mann, Velma Owen, Mary (formerly Richmond), Mary’s husband, and Paul Richmond, October 1979

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Velma Owen and Paul Richmond

Velma Owen and Paul Richmond

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