Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Christopher Richmond
MSA SC 3520-16722


Archival Sources:

Compiled Service Records of Soldiers Who Served in the American Army During the Revolutionary War, NARA M881, from

Prince George's County Court, Land Records, 1771, Liber AA 2 [MSA C1237-25, 01/20/06/024].

Prince George's County Register of Wills, Wills, Christopher Richmond, 1796, Liber T 1, p. 382 [MSA C1326-4, 01/27/07/005].

Return of the Maryland troops, 13 September 1776, Revolutionary War Rolls, NARA M246, folder 35, p. 85, from

Published Sources:

Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, 7 July: December 31, 1776, Archives of Maryland Online, vol 12.

Kilbourne, John Dwight. A Short History of the Maryland Line in the Continental Army. Baltimore: The Society of the Cincinnati of Maryland, 1992.

Kohn, Richard H. "The Inside History of the Newburgh Conspiracy: America and the Coup d'Etat." The William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series, vol. 27, no. 2, April 1970.

Lillard, Stewart. Lost in the District, Lost in the Federal Territory: The Life and Times of Doctor David Ross, Surgeon, Sot-Weed Factor, Importer of Human Labor, of Bladensburg, Maryland, and related individuals. Lulu Publishing, 2017.

Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution, Archives of Maryland Online, vol 18.

Papenfuse, Edward C. In Pursuit of Profit: The Annapolis Merchants in the Erca of the American Revolution, 1763-1805. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975.

Richmond, Christopher to George Washington, 8 April 1785, Founders Online, National Archives.

Smallwood, William to Goerge Washington, 29 November 1783, Founders Online, National Archives.

Steuart, Reiman. The Maryland Line. Baltimore: The Society of the Cincinnati of Maryland, 1971.

Tacyn, Mark Andrew. "To the End: The First Maryland Regiment and the American Revolution." PhD diss., University of Maryland College Park, 1999.

Washington, George to Christopher Richmond, 6 April 1785, Founders Online, National Archives.

Web Sources:

"The Newburgh Conspiracy," Mount Vernon, 2019.

"The Potomac Company," Mount Vernon, 2019.
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