Genealogies of Pennsylvania Families Vol. II page 765
Anthony Righter son of John and Hannah (Tunis) righter, was a millwright of Lower Merion, Later Whitemarsh Township, Montgomery County, Pennyslvania. He married Elizabeth Taylor daughter of Isaac and Catharine Llewellyn Taylor of Lower Merion (Will Book S, 208 #196 1782; will of Isaac Taylor; Montgomery County Will #6680; will of Catharine Taylor; Montgomery County Miscellaneous Book 3, 10) On 13 June 1783, Anthony Righter with "a birthright among the people called Quakers," was disowned for marrying out of meeting. He was also said to neglect attendance at meeting and to have paid fines in lieu of personal military service. (FHL, Minutes of Radnor MM, 1772-1782, 245, 257) His sons Joseph and John were mentioned in documents relating to his rights in his father's estate. (Montgomery County Miscellaneous Book 3, 10; Power of Attorney, Anthony Righter and Elizabeth to their son John Righter. Richard Righter was one of the witnesses, 24 March 1827; same, 369; Anthony Righter to his son John Righter, 31 October 1831, assignment of rights in his father's estate, Peter Righter was a witness.) The children of Anthony and Elizabeth Taylor Righter were:
Morris T. Righter
Mary Righter/ She married ________ Pontzler
Elizabeth Righter/ She married Michael Nuss (There are accounts of this family in Elwood Roberts, ed., Biographical Annals of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. New York 1904, biography of Horace B. Righter, Vol I, 428, 429; of George W. Righter, Vol II, 61; and Charles C. Righter, Vol II, 506. These trace descendants of Anthony's son John Righter).