Clarence Richards (1876 - 1966)

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Clarence Richards
1876 - 1966
updated February 06, 2019
Clarence Richards was born on March 17, 1876. He died in January 1966 at 89 years of age. We know that Clarence Richards had been residing in Seattle, King County, Washington 98144.

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Clarence Richards died in January 1966 at 89 years old. He was born on March 17, 1876. We have no information about Clarence's family. We know that Clarence Richards had been residing in Seattle, King County, Washington 98144.
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In 1876, in the year that Clarence Richards was born, on August 1st, Colorado became the 38th U.S. state. Its nickname is the "Centennial State" because it was admitted just 28 days after the United States' centennial.

In 1886, Clarence was merely 10 years old when on May 4th, a general strike began in Chicago. Workers were striking for an 8 hour workday and in protest of the killing - by police - of several workers the day before. When an unknown person threw a dynamite bomb, the strike became violent. Seven policemen were killed as well as 4 civilians. It became known as the Haymarket Riot and eventually resulted in an 8 hourwork day as well as commemorations on May 1st for worker's rights.

In 1945, Clarence was 69 years old when on June 22nd, the Battle of Okinawa ended. A joint Army and Marine campaign, supported by the Navy, the Battle of Okinawa went on for 82 days. The last Japanese resistance on Okinawa was defeated. 4,907 Navy, 4,675 Army, and 2,938 Marine Corps personnel were killed in the battle on the US side. It is estimated that 110,071 on the Japanese side were killed - the estimate includes Okinawan citizens who were pressed into service and includes children. With the win of Okinawa, the United States gained an important base of operations in the Pacific.

In 1954, he was 78 years old when on May 17th, the Supreme Court released a decision on Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka. The ruling stated that state laws establishing separate public schools for black and white students was unconstitutional thus paving the way for integration in schools.

In 1966, in the year of Clarence Richards's passing, on September 8th, the first Star Trek episode, "The Man Trap," was broadcast on NBC. The plot concerned a creature that sucked salt from human bodies. The original series only aired for 3 seasons due to low ratings.

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Clarence Richards
around 1921 - Feb 6, 1941
Clarence J Richards
Born: around 1926
Indiana, United States
Clarence W Richards
Born: around 1927
Ohio, United States
Clarence W Richards
Born: around 1916
Tennessee, United States
Clarence L Richards
Born: around 1906
Oregon, United States
Clarence Richards
Born: around 1905
Oregon, United States
Clarence B Jr Richards
Born: around 1915
California, United States
Clarence M Richards
Born: around 1923
Tennessee, United States
Clarence G Richards
Born: around 1927
Missouri, United States
Clarence D Richards
Born: around 1918
Iowa, United States
Clarence A Richards
Born: around 1910
Colorado, United States
Clarence E Richards
Born: around 1909
Illinois, United States
Clarence H Richards
Born: around 1919
Wisconsin, United States
Clarence P Richards
Born: around 1919
Wisconsin, United States
Clarence H Richards
Born: around 1907
United States
Clarence J Richards
Born: around 1898
United States
Clarence R Richards
Born: around 1922
United States
Clarence J Richards
Born: around 1911
United States
Clarence I Richards
Born: around 1897
Indiana, United States
Clarence L Richards
Born: around 1924
Indiana, United States

Other Richardses

Elmer R Richards
Nov 7, 1914 - Oct 15, 1998
Seattle, WA
Warner O Richards
Sep 5, 1913 - March 1994
Enumclaw, WA
Louis Richards
Sep 4, 1894 - February 1976
Elma, Washington
William Richards
Sep 8, 1913 - January 1984
Everett, Washington
Dorothy J Richards
Jan 30, 1917 - Oct 10, 1998
Seattle, WA
Fred Richards
May 21, 1918 - May 1983
Renton, Washington
Minerva B Richards
Mar 24, 1893 - Jan 14, 1993
Rohnert Park, CA
Tracy Richards
Sep 25, 1896 - January 1975
Yakima, Washington
Emery Richards
Sep 8, 1897 - October 1983
Montesano, Washington
John C Richards
Oct 22, 1918 - Nov 11, 2002
Vancouver, WA
William Richards
Dec 11, 1914 - April 1982
Port Angeles, Washington
Anna Richards
Dec 16, 1874 - November 1970
Seattle, Washington
Catherine H Richards
Mar 19, 1920 - Aug 5, 2004
Florence Richards
May 1, 1890 - April 1984
Tenino, Washington
Millie N Richards
Nov 4, 1915 - Jul 23, 1998
Seattle, WA
Frankie May Richards
Mar 16, 1923 - Apr 23, 2009
Lancaster, California
Anne D Richards
Jan 24, 1923 - Mar 8, 2003
Seattle, WA
Markt Richards
Aug 27, 1913 - Mar 19, 1999
Cle Elum, WA
Dorothy A Richards
Apr 6, 1907 - Oct 20, 2003
Selah, WA
Caro R Richards
Jan 6, 1911 - Feb 16, 2007
Stanwood, WA

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Apr 22, 1918 - May 29, 2009
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Francis Loop
May 1, 1904 - January 1978
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Aug 5, 1916 - Dec 30, 2000
Oak Harbor, WA
Stephen Stangle
Mar 29, 1914 - June 1973
Gladys T Hoskins
Dec 26, 1909 - February 1994
Port Townsend, WA
Gene B Larson
May 11, 1915 - Feb 10, 1988
Bellevue, WA
Joseph Omalley
Apr 22, 1882 - July 1967
Seattle, Washington
Ethel C Thompson
Dec 2, 1907 - Dec 2, 1992
Sedro Woolley, WA
George Williams
Feb 22, 1896 - August 1972
Yakima, Washington
Cleve Parker
Nov 26, 1910 - May 1968
Murray Burt
Jun 19, 1887 - August 1967
Sacramento, California
George Batalia
Jan 17, 1878 - November 1964
Washington
Edgar L Blain
Mar 8, 1912 - Jan 23, 1997
Riverside, CA
Ellen Barkdoll
Nov 18, 1883 - July 1980
Lakewood, Washington
Mildred E Hudson
Sep 4, 1916 - Jun 15, 1989
San Jose, CA
Islavene Fiscus
Dec 5, 1917 - Apr 19, 1997
Green Valley, AZ
Margaret E Taylor
Jan 8, 1915 - Nov 10, 1998
Ivy E Ostrom
Nov 26, 1901 - December 1991
Emerson C Collier
Jun 18, 1916 - May 23, 2002
Bothell, WA
Alice I Adams
Feb 16, 1885 - Aug 15, 1966
Tacoma, WA
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