|c1805 in Madron, Cornwall, England.|
|27 October 1805 in Zennor, Cornwall, England.|
|4 January 1874 in Narrawong, Vic.|
|Elizabeth Mitchell (1804-1889) 17 March 1827 in Zennor, Cornwall, England.|
|Elizabeth Richards 2 (1827-)|
|Mary Richards 2 (1830-)|
|Jane Richards (1832-1911)|
|Nancy Thomas Richards (1835-1900)|
|Elizabeth Richards (1836-1901)|
|Grace Mitchell Richards (1838-1920)|
|Louisa Richards (1841-1929)|
|Rosina Richards (1844-1935)|
|John Richards 3 (1846-1851)|
|Lavinia Piety Richards (1849-1922)|
A shoemaker of Trewey, Cornwall, who was an assisted immmigrant, arrived, with his wife and 9 children, in Portland, Victoria on 16 September 1854 aboard the Nestor, after 118 days at sea, having departed England on 21 May 1854.
The family settled in Portland.
They were of the Wesleyan/Methodist faith.
John died in Narrawong, near Portland, on 4 Jan 1874, of chronic bronchitis.
John's (intestate) estate required a 39-year effort to dispose of its £66/10/-. (Two pdfs hold the data.)