Dr. Commodore Connolly is likely the best known citizen to have sprung from the once thriving village of Richardson, in addition to Richardson, who established the village before the Civil War.

Dr. Commodore Connolly, wife Cordelia Hickman
Connolly, son Dr. Randall Connolly, and daughter

Dr. Commodore Connolly and his wife Cordelia on horses in
front of house he built above Richardson on Connolly Hill

The Hur Herald has done dozens of stories and photos about the village and its life and times, now faded into a grassy field.

Connolly, who held real medical credentials, was a practicing physician in the village for years.

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