DR. ANDREW RICHARDSON died in1809
Title: Pioneer physicians of Western Pennsylvania: the president's address of the Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania
Author: Davis, Thomas D.
Pennsylvania: s.n], 1901
DR. ANDREW RICHARDSON was located in Pittsburgh before 1798.Aug. 11, 1798, he was secretary of “a meeting of citizens to deliberate on a proper person to represent the district in Congress.He was a member of the vestry of Trinity church in 1805, and died in 1809.He has a number of medical books all published in England in the 18th century.(pg. 48) There was an oil painting of him, in a blue coat and smooth brass buttons, with a high collar and stock, also showing his gold-headed cane.He came west, he thinks, from Wilmington, Del.; at least a number of books of his wife’s shows she had lived and had friends there. MR. JNO. JONES, of Sewickley, is her nephew.He left no children and his widow, a most highly accomplished lady, became my father’s stepmother.(Author: Davis, Thomas D.)