(August 2, 1648 - October 19, 1728)
BaptismEaighteth one Thoufand Six hundredth forty and Eaightt. Richard Rifla Sunn of Richard Rifla was Babtifed Auguft The Twenty & one one Thoufaind Six hundreth forty and Eaight
CivilRichard testifies in court his knowledge of his wife, father in law John Adams and brothers and sisters in law, Adams's land dispute in Connecticut that lasted for several years.
BurialFirst Burying Ground of Hartford, but there's no headstones here, land was reclaimed by the city many years ago.
1. Original Distribution of the Lands in Hartford Among the Settlers, 1639. Hartford Connecticut: Connecticut Historical Society, 1912, Vital records page 579.
3. AmericanAncestors.org. New England marriages to 1700 database, Boston, NEHGS, 2008., Volume 2 page 1279.
5. The Society, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 67. Boston, The Society, 1913, Volume 67 page 89.
6. Find A Grave online indexed database, https://www.findagrave.com, First Burying Ground of Hartford, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA, Memorial 75188141.