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Located in the eastern region of the San Francisco Bay Area, Richmond borders the cities of San Pablo, Albany, El Cerrito and Pinole in addition to the unincorporated communities of North Richmond, Hasford Heights, Kensington, El Sobrante, Bayview-Montalvin Manor, Tara Hills, and East Richmond Heights, and briefly San Francisco on Red Rock Island. Census, the city's population is at 103,710, making it the second largest city in the United States named Richmond.

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Immigration to the county since 1880 has been so large that at the present its population must considerably exceed 20,000. At the time of the final surrender he was home on a furlough. Carodine rented a farm and began working it with nothing but his own exertion to depend on, yet it is not strange that he succeeded, for with his great determination of purpose, the lack of “filthy lucre” would not prevent him at least from making an attempt to cope with the many hardships incident to his start in life. Carter was early initiated into the duties of farm life, and received his education in the schools of Virginia. Carter are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and socially Mr. His death occurred in 1851 and the mother's in 1887. This he sold, and bought forty acres in the timber which he immediately commenced clearing, erecting buildings, and added to this land from time to time until he now has 280 acres, with 100 acres under cultivation, besides a home farm of twenty acres just outside the corporation. (married, and resides on the subject's farm), Vinnie R. Goad, who is the mother of one daughter: Susan Estella. Cleveland is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Himself and wife are connected with the Missionary Baptist Church, in which they take an active part.Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railway Company, and the balance to individuals. Prices range from to per acre for improved, and from

Immigration to the county since 1880 has been so large that at the present its population must considerably exceed 20,000. At the time of the final surrender he was home on a furlough. Carodine rented a farm and began working it with nothing but his own exertion to depend on, yet it is not strange that he succeeded, for with his great determination of purpose, the lack of “filthy lucre” would not prevent him at least from making an attempt to cope with the many hardships incident to his start in life. Carter was early initiated into the duties of farm life, and received his education in the schools of Virginia. Carter are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and socially Mr. His death occurred in 1851 and the mother's in 1887. This he sold, and bought forty acres in the timber which he immediately commenced clearing, erecting buildings, and added to this land from time to time until he now has 280 acres, with 100 acres under cultivation, besides a home farm of twenty acres just outside the corporation. (married, and resides on the subject's farm), Vinnie R. Goad, who is the mother of one daughter: Susan Estella. Cleveland is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Himself and wife are connected with the Missionary Baptist Church, in which they take an active part.

Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railway Company, and the balance to individuals. Prices range from $5 to $25 per acre for improved, and from $1 to $10 for unimproved property. In 1882 he kept a grocery in Beebe and during this time, and for three subsequent years, he acted in the capacity of postmaster of the town, having received his appointment in 1881. October 28, 1851, he was married to Miss Mahala Hendrix, a native of Hardeman County, Tenn., born October 24, 1838, a daughter of William and Nancy (Clements) Hendrix, who removed from their native State of South Carolina to Tennessee in 1856, and were among the pioneer settlers of White County. (who was born September 24, 1874, and died August 29, 1876). Canada has given all his children good educational advantages, and he and his family attend the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, he having been a steward in that church for the past thirteen years. Canada's mother still lives and makes her home with him., sheriff, Searcy, Ark. In 1868 he came to White County, following farming until 1882, when he engaged in general merchandising at Centre Hill, White County, and there continued for three years. He is one of the prominent and representative men of the county., known to be reliable and honorable, is a liveryman and planter of White County, and a native of Mississippi, being born October 3, 1843, in De Soto County. They are the parents of eleven children, six of whom are still living: Ella J., Sallie M., Albert J., George O., John T. The mother of these children, who was a daughter of Caleb Calkins, died in 1845, and the father married again, his second wife being a Mrs. They employ on an average about thirty hands, and during the fruit season have a much larger force. He is the inventor of the Cathcart's ventilated berry case, which has proved a decided success.

The face of the county is somewhat rolling, $2,595,215, on which the total amount of taxes charged for all purposes was $32,633. From 1872 to 1874, Allen Mitchel was circuit clerk, and from 1880 to 1882, T. He has been a Republican since that party has been in existence, but he has never been an office seeker. This gentleman was elected to his present office in September, 1888, and has filled that position in a capable and efficient manner ever since. In 1885 he embarked in the same business at Searcy, and continued at that for some time. His father, William Carodine, was born in Tennessee, but immigrated to Mississippi, where he married Miss Emily Hall, also of Tennessee. He is also a member of the council, and has been for some time., a leading citizen and of an old and highly respected family, was a native of Mississippi, and was a son of Alfred and Drucilla (Willkins) Carter, of Tennessee nativity. The senior Carter was the father of seven children by his first wife, three of whom are still living: S. Mary (Newell) freland, daughter of John and Mary (Crockett) Newell, a native of Kentucky. F., who resides in Arkansas, and is in business with our subject, J. His wife, who is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, is a daughter of John and Hannah Boyer, the former a Pennsylvanian. Cathcart is an excellent musician and is the leader of the band in Judsonia., farmer, Searcy, Ark.

In 1930 the Ford Motor Company opened an assembly plant called Richmond Assembly Plant which moved to Milpitas in the 1960s.

In order to ensure equal numbers of men and women at our events, everyone must register in advance.

Under the Mc Laughlin Administration, Richmond was the largest city in the United States served by a Green Party mayor. The largest, Richmond, Virginia, is the namesake of the California city.

The name "Richmond" appears to predate actual incorporation by more than fifty years.

The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad had its terminus at Richmond.

Richmond was founded and incorporated in 1905, carved out of Rancho San Pablo, from which the nearby town of San Pablo inherited its name.

Until the enactment of prohibition in 1919, the city had the largest winery in the world; the small abandoned village of Winehaven remains fenced off along Western Drive in the Point Molate Area.

In the 1920s the Ku Klux Klan was active in the city.

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Immigration to the county since 1880 has been so large that at the present its population must considerably exceed 20,000. At the time of the final surrender he was home on a furlough. Carodine rented a farm and began working it with nothing but his own exertion to depend on, yet it is not strange that he succeeded, for with his great determination of purpose, the lack of “filthy lucre” would not prevent him at least from making an attempt to cope with the many hardships incident to his start in life. Carter was early initiated into the duties of farm life, and received his education in the schools of Virginia. Carter are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and socially Mr. His death occurred in 1851 and the mother's in 1887. This he sold, and bought forty acres in the timber which he immediately commenced clearing, erecting buildings, and added to this land from time to time until he now has 280 acres, with 100 acres under cultivation, besides a home farm of twenty acres just outside the corporation. (married, and resides on the subject's farm), Vinnie R. Goad, who is the mother of one daughter: Susan Estella. Cleveland is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Himself and wife are connected with the Missionary Baptist Church, in which they take an active part.Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railway Company, and the balance to individuals. Prices range from $5 to $25 per acre for improved, and from $1 to $10 for unimproved property. In 1882 he kept a grocery in Beebe and during this time, and for three subsequent years, he acted in the capacity of postmaster of the town, having received his appointment in 1881. October 28, 1851, he was married to Miss Mahala Hendrix, a native of Hardeman County, Tenn., born October 24, 1838, a daughter of William and Nancy (Clements) Hendrix, who removed from their native State of South Carolina to Tennessee in 1856, and were among the pioneer settlers of White County. (who was born September 24, 1874, and died August 29, 1876). Canada has given all his children good educational advantages, and he and his family attend the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, he having been a steward in that church for the past thirteen years. Canada's mother still lives and makes her home with him., sheriff, Searcy, Ark. In 1868 he came to White County, following farming until 1882, when he engaged in general merchandising at Centre Hill, White County, and there continued for three years. He is one of the prominent and representative men of the county., known to be reliable and honorable, is a liveryman and planter of White County, and a native of Mississippi, being born October 3, 1843, in De Soto County. They are the parents of eleven children, six of whom are still living: Ella J., Sallie M., Albert J., George O., John T. The mother of these children, who was a daughter of Caleb Calkins, died in 1845, and the father married again, his second wife being a Mrs. They employ on an average about thirty hands, and during the fruit season have a much larger force. He is the inventor of the Cathcart's ventilated berry case, which has proved a decided success.The face of the county is somewhat rolling, $2,595,215, on which the total amount of taxes charged for all purposes was $32,633. From 1872 to 1874, Allen Mitchel was circuit clerk, and from 1880 to 1882, T. He has been a Republican since that party has been in existence, but he has never been an office seeker. This gentleman was elected to his present office in September, 1888, and has filled that position in a capable and efficient manner ever since. In 1885 he embarked in the same business at Searcy, and continued at that for some time. His father, William Carodine, was born in Tennessee, but immigrated to Mississippi, where he married Miss Emily Hall, also of Tennessee. He is also a member of the council, and has been for some time., a leading citizen and of an old and highly respected family, was a native of Mississippi, and was a son of Alfred and Drucilla (Willkins) Carter, of Tennessee nativity. The senior Carter was the father of seven children by his first wife, three of whom are still living: S. Mary (Newell) freland, daughter of John and Mary (Crockett) Newell, a native of Kentucky. F., who resides in Arkansas, and is in business with our subject, J. His wife, who is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, is a daughter of John and Hannah Boyer, the former a Pennsylvanian. Cathcart is an excellent musician and is the leader of the band in Judsonia., farmer, Searcy, Ark.In 1930 the Ford Motor Company opened an assembly plant called Richmond Assembly Plant which moved to Milpitas in the 1960s.In order to ensure equal numbers of men and women at our events, everyone must register in advance.Under the Mc Laughlin Administration, Richmond was the largest city in the United States served by a Green Party mayor. The largest, Richmond, Virginia, is the namesake of the California city.The name "Richmond" appears to predate actual incorporation by more than fifty years.The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad had its terminus at Richmond.Richmond was founded and incorporated in 1905, carved out of Rancho San Pablo, from which the nearby town of San Pablo inherited its name.Until the enactment of prohibition in 1919, the city had the largest winery in the world; the small abandoned village of Winehaven remains fenced off along Western Drive in the Point Molate Area.In the 1920s the Ku Klux Klan was active in the city.

to for unimproved property. In 1882 he kept a grocery in Beebe and during this time, and for three subsequent years, he acted in the capacity of postmaster of the town, having received his appointment in 1881. October 28, 1851, he was married to Miss Mahala Hendrix, a native of Hardeman County, Tenn., born October 24, 1838, a daughter of William and Nancy (Clements) Hendrix, who removed from their native State of South Carolina to Tennessee in 1856, and were among the pioneer settlers of White County. (who was born September 24, 1874, and died August 29, 1876). Canada has given all his children good educational advantages, and he and his family attend the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, he having been a steward in that church for the past thirteen years. Canada's mother still lives and makes her home with him., sheriff, Searcy, Ark. In 1868 he came to White County, following farming until 1882, when he engaged in general merchandising at Centre Hill, White County, and there continued for three years. He is one of the prominent and representative men of the county., known to be reliable and honorable, is a liveryman and planter of White County, and a native of Mississippi, being born October 3, 1843, in De Soto County. They are the parents of eleven children, six of whom are still living: Ella J., Sallie M., Albert J., George O., John T. The mother of these children, who was a daughter of Caleb Calkins, died in 1845, and the father married again, his second wife being a Mrs. They employ on an average about thirty hands, and during the fruit season have a much larger force. He is the inventor of the Cathcart's ventilated berry case, which has proved a decided success.The face of the county is somewhat rolling, ,595,215, on which the total amount of taxes charged for all purposes was ,633. From 1872 to 1874, Allen Mitchel was circuit clerk, and from 1880 to 1882, T. He has been a Republican since that party has been in existence, but he has never been an office seeker. This gentleman was elected to his present office in September, 1888, and has filled that position in a capable and efficient manner ever since. In 1885 he embarked in the same business at Searcy, and continued at that for some time. His father, William Carodine, was born in Tennessee, but immigrated to Mississippi, where he married Miss Emily Hall, also of Tennessee. He is also a member of the council, and has been for some time., a leading citizen and of an old and highly respected family, was a native of Mississippi, and was a son of Alfred and Drucilla (Willkins) Carter, of Tennessee nativity. The senior Carter was the father of seven children by his first wife, three of whom are still living: S. Mary (Newell) freland, daughter of John and Mary (Crockett) Newell, a native of Kentucky. F., who resides in Arkansas, and is in business with our subject, J. His wife, who is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, is a daughter of John and Hannah Boyer, the former a Pennsylvanian. Cathcart is an excellent musician and is the leader of the band in Judsonia., farmer, Searcy, Ark.In 1930 the Ford Motor Company opened an assembly plant called Richmond Assembly Plant which moved to Milpitas in the 1960s.In order to ensure equal numbers of men and women at our events, everyone must register in advance.Under the Mc Laughlin Administration, Richmond was the largest city in the United States served by a Green Party mayor. The largest, Richmond, Virginia, is the namesake of the California city.The name "Richmond" appears to predate actual incorporation by more than fifty years.The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad had its terminus at Richmond.Richmond was founded and incorporated in 1905, carved out of Rancho San Pablo, from which the nearby town of San Pablo inherited its name.Until the enactment of prohibition in 1919, the city had the largest winery in the world; the small abandoned village of Winehaven remains fenced off along Western Drive in the Point Molate Area.In the 1920s the Ku Klux Klan was active in the city.

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