- Her marriage to William Richardson is proven by the wills of two sons from her first marriage to Richard Talbott:
-- John Talbott names his “three brothers” William, Daniel and Joseph Richardson as overseers. These men were his half-brothers (by his mother’s second husband).
-- Edward Talbott names William, Daniel, Joseph, and Sophia Richardson in his will and asks that his “father-in-law” (which means step-father in this context) William Richardson assist his wife as executor.
It is unclear why the source refered to her as Elizabeth Ewen Scarborough. But, I’m guessing that it was a mistake and that William and Elizabeth’s on William married Elizabeth Scarborough. The will of Matthew Scarborough, Somerset Co., Maryland, who died between Feb. 1718 and June 1724, names wife Hannah, son John, daughter Selby, the spouses of two other daughters and the daughter that man married, but also names his “son-in-law William Richardson” without reference to a spouse. [4, 5]