ore him to his grave in Mount Auburn.
Henry Augustus Richardson.
Acting Assistant Surgeon, U. S. N., of disease contracted in the service.
Dr. Henry Augustus Richardson was born in Boston, November 25, 1836, the son of George C. and Susan Gore (Moore) Richardson.
In his childhood the family removed to its present resecognition of services previously performed.
Dr. Richardson was not a mere student.
He preferred the businoward the service of his country.
Those who knew Richardson were sure that whither his sympathies tended his harlestown Navy Yard, refitted as a gunboat.
Dr. Richardson had often declared naval superiority to be the s commander had not received a roving commission, Richardson still applied himself cheerfully and assiduously ason, and the restraint from habitual exercise, Dr. Richardson's health failed.
These causes, with the bittery the arguments and entreaties of his advisers, Dr. Richardson returned to his ship.
He well knew the nature