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Mary Ellen Wiley Richardson Newspaper Tidbits

Newspaper Tidbits
Mary Ellen Wiley Richardson 1845-1923



Miss Maud Richardson of Chicago, Ill., arrived in town Sunday evening and is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ella Skinner, for a few days.
Wheeling Register, August 19, 1894 (Sardis)

Miss Maud Richardson left Friday for Chicago.
Wheeling Register, September 2, 1894 (Sardis)

Quite a number of young folks attended the party at the home of Mrs. Ella Richardson Friday evening.
Spirit of Democracy, November 1, 1894 (Sardis)

Mrs. Ella Richardson and Ella Vetter made a business trip to Wheeling Friday.
Wheeling Register,Sardis, November 25, 1894

Miss Work of Wheeling is the guest of Mrs. Richardson. Spirit of Democracy, December 6, 1894 (Sardis)

One of the most pleasant social events that ever occurred in the town of Sardis as that given at the home of Mrs. Ella Richardson, on Water St, in honor of her four boys. The evening was pleasantly spent in games and other amusements until a late hour, when the guests departed. Those present were the Misses Stella Cunningham, Minnie Humphrey, Laura Schafer, Emma Winland, Hattie Thompson, Erna Keister, Lizzie Bolden, Elvina Patterson, and Laura O'Neill, Mesrs. Ed Martin, Jake Walllinger, Earl Lemmon, George Thompson, William Knapp, Earnest Hartfield, Elmer Lowe, and Ort. Cunningham.
Wheeling Register,Sardis, December 28, 1894 p. 2


Mrs. Ella Richardson was at Wheeling a few days last week. Monroe Gazette, June 6, 1895 (Sardis){written June 3)


Mrs. Richardson returned home Friday. Monroe Gazette, August 11, 1895 (Sardis){written July 29)

Miss Ella Richardson has gone to Pennsylvania to visit her son Eugene. Spirit of Democracy, August 15, 1895(Sardis)


Mrs. Ella Richardson visited her son Eugene, of Pennsylvania the past week. Monroe Gazette, August 22, 1895 (Sardis){written Aug. 19}


Mrs. Ella Richardson is visiting her sister Miss Wiley at Wheeling.
Spirit of Democracy, November 14, 1907(Sardis)


Mrs. Ella Richardson is visiting her son at Wheeling.
Sentinel, October 29, 1908 (Sardis)

Charles Claugus and family, of near Woodsfield, have moved into the property owned by Mrs. Ella Richardson. Sentinel, November 12, 1908 (Sardis)

Miss Lou Wiley of Wheeling visited her sister Mrs. Ella Richardson the past week. Spirit of Democracy, February 18, 1915 (Sardis)


Miss Lou Wiley of Wheeling visited her sister Mrs. Ella Richardson a few days last week. Spirit of Democracy, April 1, 1915 (Sardis)


Mr. Ed Richardson of Wheelin spent Sunday with his mother Mrs. Ella Richardson Spirit of Democracy, June 3, 1915 (Sardis)


Miss Constance Richardson of Wheeling is visiting her grandmother Mrs. Ella Richardson. Spirit of Democracy, July 29, 1915 (Sardis)


Mrs. W. F. Maloney of Chicago is visiting at the house of her mother Mrs. Ella Richardson. Spirit of Democracy, November 25, 1915 (Sardis)


Mrs. S. C. Griffith, of Worthington, Ohio, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Ella Richardson. Sentinel, Thursday, November 30, 1916


Ed Richardson of Wheeling spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Ella Richardson. Sentinel, January 11, 1917


Ed Richardson of Wheeling spent Sunday here with his mother. Spirit of Democracy, April 12, 1917


Ed Richardson was down from Wheeling to spend Sunday with his mother. Spirit of Democracy, May 10, 1917


E. D. Richardson, of Wheeling, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Ella Richardson. Sentinel, May 24, 1917


Miss Mary Griffith left Saturday for her home in Worthington, Ohio, after a three week's visit with her grandmother. Spirit of Democracy, September 6, 1917 (Sardis)


Francis Maloney of Chicago, Ill is visiting his grandmother Mrs. Ella Richardson. Spirit of Democracy, January 1, 1920 (Sardis)


Lucille Griffith of Worthington, Ohio spent a few days here last week the guest of her grandmother Mrs. Ella Richardson. Spirit of Democracy, January 15, 1920 (Sardis)


E. R. Richardson of Wheeling spent Sunday with his mother. Spirit of Democracy, April 15, 1920 (Sardis)


Ed Richardson of Wheeling spent Sunday here with his mother. Spirit of Democracy, May 6, 1920 (Sardis)


Miss Lucille Griffith of Worthington was the guest of her grandmother here last week. Spirit of Democracy, December 30, 1920 (Sardis)


Ed Richardson of Wheeling spent Christmas here with his mother. Spirit of Democracy, December 30, 1920 {Sardis)


Misses Lucille Grifith and Dorothy Pittman of New York were guests of the former's grandmother Mrs. Ella Richardson a few days last week. Spirit of Democracy, January 13, 1921 (Sardis)



Mrs. S.C. Griffith of Worthington spent the past three weeks here with her mother, Mrs. Ella Richardson. Wetzel Republican, New Martinsville, West Virginia July 15, 1921(Sardis)


Mrs. Ella Richardson passed away the 28th ult. and was laid to rest in Sardis cemetery, on Tuesday of last week. Her five children, two sisters, and several grandchildren attended the funeral, together with a host of friends who held her in high esteem for her noble Christian character. Wetzel Republican, New Martinsville, West Virginia May 11, 1923 (Sardis)


Mrs. Jack Ferguson, nee Mary Griffith, left for her home in Jenkins Ky., after a visit in town. Wetzel Republican, New Martinsville, West Virginia May 11, 1923(Sardis)


Mrs. S.C. Griffith left last Saturday for her home in Worthington, where she was accompanied by her sister Mrs. N.F. Maloney of Chicago, both having attended the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Ella Richardson. Wetzel Republican, New Martinsville, West Virginia May 11, 1923 (Sardis)