"History of Medina County and Ohio", published Chicago, Baskin & Battey, Historical Publishers, 186 Dearborn, 1881.
Susan, I'm posting bios on Alford Richmond also as I suspect he is one of your's too.Also if you e-mail me your address I will be happy to send hard copies.Both bios are on page 752-753.
ALFORD RICHMOND, farmer; P. O. Liverpool.Among the old settlers and natives, is the subject of this sketch.His parents were natives of New York.He was born in Columbia, Lorain Co., Ohio in 1821.He is the oldest of ten children -- seven sons and three daughters.His young days were spent on a farm and he obtained his education in the district school.He was married, in 1843, to Abigail Hance, who ws born in New York, in 1819.Her father, Jeremiah Hance, served in the war of 1812.They have three sons, Byron, Harris and Harrow.He has been Township Trustee for seven years; served as Justice of the Peace for a period of nine years, and is a Democrat in politics.He is one of the sturdy citizens and pioneers of the township.He took an active part in clearing the land and is one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of his township.
HIRAM RICHMOND, farmer; P.O. Liverpool.Hiram W. Richmond, a native of New York State, was born in 1800 and was married, in 1820, to Betsey Martin.They came to Medina Co. in 1819.Seven children were born to them, of whom Hiram Richmond, the subject of this sketch was one.He was born in Liverpool Township in 1837 and was raised on the farm, and has been engaged in that occupation ever since.He was married in 1855 to Diantha Olin, a native of New York State.They have one son -- Hiram W.He has been Township Trustee and Assessor several terms.At present, he is farming, and has charge of a cheese-factory, in which he is a partner.He is a quiet, unassuming and energetic citizen, and enjoys an enviable reputation as one of the foremost citizens of his township.