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The Descendants of Christopher Randall b about 1660 d 1684

Ra15. John Randall b 1530 Little Missenden Bucks d there 1550
Ra14. Thomas Randall b 1558
m Alice Shelley b 1549
+1 John Shelley Of maple Durham Hampshire b 1506 d 16 Dec 1550 Sussex
m Mary FitzWilliam b 1510 Milton Northamptonshire d 1561 Michaelgrove Sussex
+2
+2 William FitzWilliam b 1450 d 1534
m Maud de Sackville b 1490 d 1534/? x Hawes
Ra13. Edward Randall b 1575 Albury Surrey d 1613 Shinfield Berks
m Anne Morgan
Ra12. Vincent Randall b 1608 Engl d 28 Dec 1673 Anne Arundel
m Dorothy Duncomb b 1617 Albury Surrey d AA MD
-b Arthur Duncopmb
-c Richard Duncomb
-d Penelope Duncomb
+1 John Duncomb d 1640
m Joyce Lake b 1596 Middlesex Engl
Ra11. Christopher Randall (his name is also shown as Charles for the above parentage) bap about 1666 in Baltimore bur 25 Feb 1684 Anne Arundel Md ,
m Johanna ?Newman b 1644 Anne Arundel d 7 Jun 1710 widow of George Norman b 15 May 1631 Orchard Somerset d 1 Sep 1677 Anne Arundel MD
her ch by m1
-a Joseph Norman b 1657
-b James Norman b 1660
-c George Norman b 1670 d 1740
-d Amy Norman b 1673
Traditionally, the Randalls have been considered to have been of English descent, and they may have been the same family as the Virginia Randolphs, whose name seems to have evolved from Randall. The settler list of New Sweden 1638 includes J&oouml;ns Östensson Noorman, who would have been born about 1620 and - if Johanna was from New Sweden - this J&oouml;ns is the likely father of the George Norman who married Johanna x as her first husband. The Swedish settlers supported the Susquehannocks' attack on the English Maryland Settlement in 1644 and may have been rewarded with Susquehannock land grants in the Anne Arundel co. and SW Delaware area Johanna sounds rather Scandinavian and not very English, so her parents are likely to have been among the early Swedish settlers. The names George and Christopher seem English or Scottish enough. Randall is also a Norwegian name. The author has two Hvidstens as DNA matches with no other apparent common ancestry known yet. Ole Hansen, ancestor of an autosomal DNA of the author's DNA match, Nellie Irene Reif, has an immigrant ancestor b around 1854 with subsequent Norman and Randall maternal lines, which seem to descend from either these lines or from their European ancestors. Nellie Reif says the Norman family is French/Norwegian from the North of Norway, at least as far as known of the Norwegian and Minnesota branches of the family are concerned, while Randalls are also known in Bergen Norway. This leads to the conclusion that Johanna and possibly her first husband, George Norman, and/or maybe even Christopher Randall were descendants of the original settlers of the Swedish colony in what became Delaware and probably related to the ancestors of Ole Hansen. 1 Erich Froehoel b about 1750 Norway
2 Mathis Eriksen b about 1775 Norway,
3 Svend Mathisen b about 1800 Norway,
4 Hans Svendsen b about 1825 Norway,
5 Ole Hansen b 12 Feb 1854 Moen, Vestrum Norway m Tibertine Albrektsdatter 05.11.1887 in Duluth, St. Louis Co Minnesota
6 Clara6 Hansen b 30.07.1893 in Duluth m1 Christian Vann 13.07.1912 in Itasca Co Mn m2 John Norman
5. Bernice Julia Vann m Gullsmed (goldsmith) Raymond Virgil Randall 17.08.1932 in Grand Rapids, Itasca Co Mn
Utlandet, Heile fylket (Norwegian Emigration Records)
Fødd Reg Rolle Førenamn Etternamn Bustad Kjelde
1 1850 1880 Mathilda Randall N Nordmenn i Minnesota 1880-teljinga
2 1850 1880 Norvin Randall Ill Nordmenn i Iowa 1880-teljinga
3 1850 1880 Wm Randall N Nordmenn i Minnesota 1880-teljinga
4 1851 1880 Anna Randall N Nordmenn i Iowa 1880-teljinga
5 1852 1880 Ole Randall N Nordmenn i Minnesota 1880-teljinga
6 1853 1880 Elida Randall Nj Nordmenn i New Jersey 1880-teljinga
7 1855 1880 Mathilda Randall N Nordmenn i Minnesota 1880-teljinga
8 1857 1880 Anton Randall W Nordmenn i Dakota 1880-teljinga
9 1861 1880 B Randall N Nordmenn i Minnesota 1880-teljinga
10 1868 1880 Jennie Randall N Nordmenn i Minnesota 1880-teljinga
11 1875 1880 Julia Randall N Nordmenn i Minnesota 1880-teljinga
12 1875 1880 Nellie Randall Ill Nordmenn i Iowa 1880-teljinga
13 1876 1880 Cora Randall Ill Nordmenn i Iowa 1880-teljinga
14 1877 1880 Ole Bennett Randall N Nordmenn i Minnesota 1880-teljinga
15 1877 1880 Thomas Randall Mn Nordmenn i Minnesota 1880-teljinga
16 1879 1880 Bennett Randall Mn Nordmenn i Minnesota 1880-teljinga
17 1888 1914 Gina Randall Emigranter over Kristiania 1871-1930
Ra10-1 Hannah Randall b c 1680 in Baltimore
m1 ca. 1695 or 1697 Nathaniel STINCHCOMB Jr had at least 2 daughters:
m2 1710 Edward TEAL,
-1 Helen Poss Stinchcomb b 1700 Baltimore d May 1784 m Capt. Henry OWINGS b 1696 in 1718 in Balt. Co.
-2 Hannah Stinchcomb b. ca. 1706 d. 22 Jan. 1739; m1 1726 John OWINGS son of Capt Richard Owings b 1659 and Rachel Beale b abt 1662.
-3 Ruth Teal, m Edmund H. HOWARD
-4 Emanuel Teal
-1-1 Elijah Owings b 1719 Long Acre Baltimore d Jan 1805 Rowan NC m 1757 in Baltimore Hannah Stinchcomb dau of John Stinchcomb and Catherine McLean/MacCleane
-1-2 Bazaleel Owings b 1721 Baltimore d 1790
-1-3 Michal Owings b 1723 Baltimore d 1787
-1-4 Henry Owings b 1729 d Dec 1813
-1-5 Nathaniel Owings b 1731 Baltimore d 4 Nov 1788 Queen Anne parish Pr Geo Co MD m Urath Kelley b 1743 Garrison Baltimore d 1 Jul 1788 Baltimore
-1-6 Leah Owings b 1735 Baltimor d 20 Jan 1815 Steubenville Oh m Baltimor Capt Alexander Wells
-1-7 Helen Owings
-2-1 Sophia Owings b 12 Sep 1727 Baltimore Co MD m NATHAN DORSEY
-2-2 Hannah Owings b Dec 2 1729 St Pauls Parish, Baltimore Co MD d Bet. Feb 1794 - March 1796, in Washington Co MD m Nathan Peddicoard> b 1729 d betw. 1788/1796 son of William Peddycoart and Sarah Belt dau of La10-3 Lucy Lawrence b 1685 m 1701/2 John Belt of Anne Arundel Co
-2-3 Caleb Owings b 18 Mar 1731
-2-4 John Owings b 23 Jan 1734
-2-5 Rachel Owings b 11 Nov 1737 Baltimore d after Aug 1813 Bourbon Co Ky m Rev Richard Owings son Joshua Owings and Mary Cockey
-2-6 ASENATH OWINGS, b c 1744; m y ODELL.
-2-7 LANCELOT(LOTT) OWINGS, b.c 1746.
-2-8 SARAH OWINGS, b c 1748 m ANTHONY GOTT.
-2-9 ANN OWINGS, b c 1750, Baltimore Co MD m WILLIAM MARR. -10 RUTH OWINGS
-3-1 Rebecca HOWARD, b. 1733 m Solomon STOCKSDALE, b. 1731

-1-2-1 Edward Owings b 1766 in Baltimore d 23 Oct 1857 Roane TN m Elizabeth SUMPTER in Burke Co NC in 1787 or 1789 dau of Capt. William Sumpter and Judith RANDALL
-1-5-1 Henry Owing b 1763 d 1810
-1-5-2 Joshua Owings b 1765 d 1843
-1-5-3 Elizabeth Owings b 1767
-1-5-4 Thomas Owings b 1770 d 1828
-1-5-5 Michal Owings b 1772 m Charles Brown b 1756 d 1815
-1-5-6 George Owings b 1776 d 1836 m Sarah Fox
-1-5-7 Rachel Owings b 1778 d 1823
-1-5-8 Nicholaas Owings b 1781 d 1827 m Margaret Parker b 1785 d 1817
-1-5-9 Luther Owings b 1784 d 1839 m Maranda Nelson b 30 Jul 1797 Frederick MD d 12 Oct 1864 Jefferson Co KY
-1-6-1 Henry Wells
-1-6-2 Alexander Wells, Jr
-1-6-3 Anne Wells
-1-6-4 Michal Wells+
-1-6-5 Nathaniel Wells+
-1-6-6 Bazaleel Wells
-1-6-7 Richard Wells
-1-6-8 James Wells
-1-6-9 Helen Wells m Richard Wells +8 ch
-2-5-1 George Owings
-2-5-2 John Owings
-2-5-3 Joshua Owings
-2-5-4 Mary Owings
-2-5-5 Catherine Owings
-3-1-1 Margaret E Stocksdale b about 1752 Baltimore m Charles Conaway b 28 Aug 1748 in Baltimore d before 14 Aug 1811

-1-5-9-1
-3-1-1-1 Solomon Conaway b 1775 Baltimore d ther 11 Nov 1818
-3-1-1-1-1 Nimrod Conaway b 19 Apr 1807 in Baltimore Co d 28 Dec 1896 in Oh m 25 Nov 1829 Frederick Co Md Susanna Barman
-3-1-1-1-1-1 Catherine Ann Conaway b 2 Sep 1833 d 11 Feb 1911 bur Pleasant Hill Cem Sinking Springs Oh m 1 Apr 1858 William Galenus Tolle b 9 Apr 1824
-3-1-1-1-1-1-1 Hanna Jane Tolle b 8 Jul 1876 d 1 Jun 1956 in Leesburg Oh
Ra10-2 Christopher Randall b about 1682 Baltimore Co d 2 Feb 1735 Baltimore, appointed by Gov. Charles CALVERT in 1723 justice of the peace in Balt. Co and reappointed 3 Mar. 1726. He inherited "Randall's Fancy" and purchased a lot more land, including "Good Fellowship". Christopher was church warden at St. Paul's 1722-23 and in the Vestry 1724-26. Christopher Randall Jr. was one of the Colonial Justices of the Baltimore County Court in the year 1723. The family continued to be actively involved in local politics through the next half-century, all the way up to the Revolutionary period.[10] His will, signed 23 Sept 1734, was proved 28 Mar. 1735; filed in Baltimore;
m c 1719 Anne CHEW b c 1704 dau of William Chew and Sidney WYNNE (she m2 James BURK)
-1 Roger Randall b 3 Jan 1720 Baltimore d there 19 May 1807
-2 Aquila March Randall, 9 May 1723 Baltimore Co Md d 1801 Anne Arundel in Baltimore Md. m about 1747 Margaret Susannah Browne b 1726 Anne Arundel Co Md dau of Joshua Brown b 1698 Baltimore Co and Margaret Chew b 1698 in Anne Arundel Co
-3 John Randall b about 1725
-4 Johanna Randall b 1 Aug 1729 Baltimore d 1815 Baltimore?= m c 29 Jan 1745 Charles Pierpoint b c 1720 (disowned by the Quakers for his marriage) Will Baltimore Co 3 May 1785/8 Jun 1785
-5 Rachel Randall b 20 Jun 1732 Baltimore
-6 Ruth Randall,
-7 Susannah Randall, apparently another daughter not named in the will. b 6 July 1726 in Baltimore d 5 Feb 1804 AA Co MD m Benjamin Brown(e) b c 1722/9 MD d 1768 MD
-2-1 John Randall b about 1745
-2-2 Aquila March Randall Jr.
-2-3 Nathan Randall
-2-4 Ruth Randall m Michael Cramblitt
-2-5 Brice Chew Randall b about 1755 m Susannah Porter
-2-6 Anne Chew Randall m Joseph Hobbs son of Thomas Hobbs b 1760 d 29 Dec 1818 Anne Arundel Co m1 x m2 Nancy Baker
-2-7 Delilah Randall
-4-1 John Pierpoint
-4-2 Joseph Pierpoint
-4-3 Amos Pierpoint
-4-4 Benedict Pierpoint
-4-5 Samuel Pierpoint
-4-6 Walter Pierpoint
-4-7 Thomas Pierpoint
-4-8 Polly Pierpoint
-7-1 Benjamin Brown, Jr. (?? ?? ????) ( *) Unknown Hamilton (?? ?? ????) ( 5) Vachel Brown (b. Abt. 1776) ( *) Sarah O'Hagan (b. Abt. 1786) ****Children of Vachel BROWN & Sarah O'HAGAN
-7-2 Charles Brown
-7-3 Ephraim Brown
-7-4 Joshua Brown
-7-5 Rachel Brown
-7-6 Rebecca Brown
-7-7 Richard Brown
-7-8 Ruth Brown
-7-9 Susannah Brown
-7-10 Vachel Brown
-7-11 Samuel Brown b. Jan. 27, 1745/6 m Achsah Riggs (b. Aug. 14, 1768)

-2-4-1 Thomas Cramblitt m Mary Ann McMechen
-2-6-1 Rebecca Hobbs m Peregrine Ensey
-7-11-1 Elisha Brown m Ann Ray
-7-11-2 John Riggs Brown m Sarah Gassaway
-7-11-3 Susannah Brown
-7-11-4 Vachel Brown
-7-11-5 Achsah Riggs Brown m Thomas Beale Dorsey, Jr
-7-11-5 Thomas Beale Dorsey III
-7-11-6 Samuel Brown, Jr.

-2-4-1-1 Thomas A. Cramblitt m Catherine Sisco
-2-6-1-1 Julia Ensey m Henry Eade Paull
-7-11-5-1 Achsah Riggs Dorsey
-7-11-5-2 Sally Dorsey

-2-4-1-1-1 Mayfield Cramblitt m Caroline Kaltmaier
-2-4-1-1-1-1 Harry Mayfield Cramblitt m Irene Elizabeth Koepf
-2-4-1-1-1-1-1 May Carolyn Cramblitt m William Edward [Bill] Albertini
-2-4-1-1-1-1-1-1 John Henry Albertini
-2-6-1-1-1 Caroline Paull m Benjamin Franklin Bretz Jr
-2-6-1-1-1-1 Benjamin Paull Bretz m Dorothy Bratton
-2-6-1-1-1-1-1 Joan Bretz
-2-6-1-1-2 Jennie Paull m Charles Gardner
-2-6-1-1-2-1 Marion Gardner m Ira H. Coulson
-2-6-1-1-2-1-1 Merle Coulson m John E. Millhimes
Ra10 Thomas Randall b c 1685 Baltimore d 9 Mar 1722 Owings Mills Baltimore
Additional data on Ra10 from http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=timmychew&id=I199133
m Hannah Bale
Ra9-1 Christopher Randall, b. ca. 1708 . On 20 May 1734 Christopher and Samuel OWINGS (his brother-in-law) agreed to divide "Green Spring". Eight days later Christopher sold 100 acres of his part. Christopher, with his wife Katherine consenting, conveyed "Beale's Purchase" to John MOALE on 5 Dec. 1735. Christopher served as attorney for John BOND of London in 1727/8, and for Mary WOOTON of Exmouth, Devonshire in 1731 and 1732. He is probably the Christopher Randall who with William HAMILTON, Samuel OWINGS, and Nicholas HAILE were named to a commission to build a chapel of ease, St. Thomas Chapel, in 1742. He was Register of that parish in 1744, and a vestryman at St. Thomas Parish in 1741-43, and perhaps also 1771-73
m Catherine Larkin
-1 Thomas Randall b. 11 Jan. 1726;
-2 Bale Randall b. 1 Aug. 1728; d. 20 Oct. 1728.
-3 Christopher Randall 25 Sep 1729 d 10 Apr 1790 Baltimore m Eleanor Carey b 1754 d 1785
-4 William Randall b. 18 Aug. 1731; he joined the Baltimore County Committee of Observation in 1775. The purpose of the committee was to maintain order and prevent social unrest in light of the blockade of British goods. The blockade caused a severe inflation of prices in the Baltimore area, and many businesses went into debt. In addition, a percentage of the sale price of all staple products went to the poor people of Boston, who were suffering under the Intolerable Acts. Merchants, professionals and other prominent citizens patrolled the streets of Baltimore and environs to prevent theft, robbery, looting and arson of property. But by August of 1775, prominent citizens, including Charles RIDGELY, William Randall, Ezekiel TOWSON and Stephen CROMWELL, quit the committee. It is not certain whether their political views were too conservative for the Baltimore rebels, or too radical for conservative Governor Eden.[21]
-5 Rebecca Randall b 27 Dec. 1733 presumably d before 5 Dec. 1738.
-6 Hannah Randall b 27 Oct. 1736
-7 Rebecca Randall b 5 Dec. 1738
-8 Nicholas Randall b 27 Feb. 1740
-9 Susanna Randall b 7 May 1743
-10 Bale Randall b 17 Aug. 1745
-11 Larkin Randall b 10 June 1749

-3-1 John Randall b 1774 d 1851 m Caroline Killen b 1784 d 1861
-3-2 Marie Randall b 1778 m Nathan Tyson
-3-3 Katherine Randall b 1780
-3-4 Margaret Randall b 1782 d 1872 m William Evans

-3-1-1 Mary Randall b 1805 d 1887 m y
-3-1-2 John Killen Randall b 1807 Baltimore d 29 Aug 1883 133 N Calvert St. Baltimore m Ruth Hooper b 1817 d 1897
-3-1-3 xy Randall m xy

-3-1-2-1 James Randall b 1839 d 1908 m x
-3-1-2-2 Mary Randall b 1840 d 1911
-3-1-2-3 Emily Randall b 1842 d 1918
-3-1-2-4 William Randall b 1846 d 1903
-3-1-2-5 Frances Randall b 1848 d 1915
-3-1-2-6 John Randall b 12 Nov 1850 Baltimore d ?1942 m Margaret Hardey b 1858 d 1932
-3-1-2-7 Robert Randall b d 1852
-3-1-2-8 Ruth Randall b d 1855
-3-1-2-9 Maria Randall b d 1859

-3-1-2-6-1 Margaret Randall b 1890 d 1964 m
-3-1-2-6-2 William Randall b 1887 d 1955
-3-1-2-6-3 John Paul Randall b 5 Jan 1889 Baltimore d 1954 m Ellen Riggs b 1897 d 1990
-3-1-2-6-4 Louis Randall b 1891 d 1970 had issue
-3-1-2-6-5 xy Randall

-3-1-2-6-3-1 x Randall m John Randall b 1929
-3-1-2-6-3-2 Patricia Randall b 1931 d 2001
Ra9Urath Randall, b. 1 or 22 Jan. 1713/4 St Thomas Baltimore d 15 Dec 1796 Baltimore m 1 Jan. 1729/30 at St. Thomas Parish in Baltimore Co Samuel Owings b 1 Apr 1702 Green Spring Valley Baltimore d 6 Apr 1775
Ow8-1 Bale Owings, b 9 May 1731; d. 30 Dec. 1781; unmarried; received 90 ac. in Baltimore Co from his father in 1772-73.[27]
Ow8-2Samuel Owings, b 17 Aug 1733 d 1803; m. 6 Oct. 1765 Deborah LYNCH d. 1810 dau of William Lynch d. 1751 and Elinor Dorsey of Hockley received 250 ac. in Balt. Co. from his father in 1772-73; res at "Ulm" near Reisterstown Rd. (now Owings Mills), St. Thomas Parish, Balt. Co. Samuel was Anglican, a miller, planter, merchant, and land speculator. He was lauded as the "hydraulic expert of his time" and built at least 3 mills at Gwynn's Falls in Balt. Co. Served in the Lower House 1771, and 1786-87. His estate included 24 slaves, 248 oz. of plate, 177 chocolate pans, saw mills, grist mills, coopers' houses and shops, warehouses, bank stock, land along the Ohio River, and at least 5,200 acres in Balt. Co.[28] -1 William Owings b 5 May 1767 Baltimore d there 31 Jul 1825
-2 Urath Owings b 22 Feb 1769 Baltimore d 1838
-3 Samuel Owings b 3 Apr 1770 Baltimore d 26 Jul 1821 Baltimore
-4 Eleanor Owings b 7 FEB 1772 Baltimore Co d ABT 1853 Baltimore Co m 24 MAR 1793 St. Thomas' Church, Baltimore, Thomas Moale b 22 SEP 1766 Baltimore, Maryland son of John Moale and Ellin North
-5 Sarah Owings b 1773
-6 Rebecca Owings b 12 Jan 1776 d 12 Aug. 1828,
-7 Deborah Owings b 1777
-8 Frances Owings b 1779 d 1829
-9 Mary Owings b 1784 d 1831
-10 Ann Owings,
-11 Nancy Owings b 1785 d 1825
-12 Beal(e) Owings b 1791 d 1820

-4-1 Samuel Owings Moale b 13 JAN 1796 Baltimore Co
-4-2 Mary North Moale b 23 OCT 1803
-4-3 Deborah Owings Moale b ABT 1806 m Edward Ireland Hollingsworth b 1802
-4-4 John T. Moale b ABT 1810
-4-5 Eleanor O. Moale b 1814
Ow8-3Rachel Owings, b 2 May 1736 m. 16 Dec. 1762 Henry STEVENSON (1737-1816).
Ow8 Urith Randall Owings b 26 June 1738 m 28 Jan. 1762 Benjamin Lawrence; received 257 ac. in Balt. Co. from her father in 1772-73. La7-1 Samuel Lawrence (1762-1763)
La7 Samuel Lawrence (1764-1822) m 29 Jun 1790 Sarah Hobbs Ho7
La7-3 Mary Lawrence (1767- )
La7-4 Susannah Lawrence (1769-1818),
    married Edward Dorsey (1762-1804) and had
    Matilda Dorsey (Do? = La7-4-x), who married Nimrod Dorsey

La7-5 Rebecca Lawrenee {1777-l822}
La7-6 Levin Lawrence (17'7. ...1846)
La7-7 Elizabeth Lawrence (1778-1814) or (1774-1814)
La6-1 James Brown Lawrence (1790- by 1828).
La6 Urith Owings Lawrence (1791 - 1854) m James Brown III Br6
La6-3 Benjamin II Lawrence (1795-1874).
La6-4 Elhannon or Elbannon Lawrence (1797-1798).
La6-5 Elias Dorsey Lawrence (1 Aug 1799- 18 June 1828). m Mary Ann Peachy Fry, daughter of Joshua Fry and Peachy Walker, on 14 August 1823. m2 Dr. Lewis Warner Green of Danville on 9 April 1834 in Danville.
La6-6 Washington Lawrence b 1800 d 1801
Sarah Lawrence Brown b 12 Jul 1810 d 1884 m US Congressman Patrick Henry Pope
Br5-2 Elizabeth C. Brown
Br5-3 Samuel L. Brown
Br5-4 Caroline Brown
Br5-5 Alfred Brown
Br5-6 Mary Ann Brown
Br5-7
Theodore Brown
Br5-8 Emeline Brown
Br5-9 James L. Brown
Br5-10 Francis C. Brown
Br5-11 Arthur Brown
La6-5-1 Samuel Lawrence (b. 1824, d. by 1828)
La6-5-2 Joshua Fry Lawrence b 14 Feb 1824 d 1893). He graduated from Jefferson College in Ganonsburg Pa.
m his cousin, Urith Lawrence Pope on 2 Dec 1851, and was a planter in Jefferson Co., Ky '47— served in the Kentucky Legislature 1865-69

Po4-1 Elizabeth Thruston Pope (twin 27 Apr 1828-1883), married Dr. Th. Galt (also called Edmonia Pope, who married Dr. William Galt, their children being Ellen Galt and Urith Galt)
Po4-2 Urath Lawrence Pope (twin 27 Apr 1828-1884), m Joshua Fry Lawrence
Po4-3 James Brown Pope (1830-?) ¬
Po4-4 Mary Emmeline Pope (1832 ¬-?)
Po4-5 Ellen E. Pope (25 Jul 1834 - ?), m Dr. John Thruston
Po4-6 Worden Pope (1836 - ? )
Po4 Mary Ann Pope (1838 - 1897) m George Nicholas III Ni4
Po4-8 Alfred T. Pope, died young. (1840 ¬-?)

Ni3-2 Samuel Smith Nicholas ( 1862-1864)
Ni3-3 Mary Emeline Nicholas (1863-1863)
Ni3-4 Worden Pope Nicholas (1864-1942) who had issue
Ni3-5 George Nicholas (1866-1926) m Evelyn Belle Thompson in Shelbyville Ky who compiled the extensive genealogical notes on which this part of the genealogy is based. They had 3 sons and a daughter.
Ni3-6 Sarah Lawrence Nicholas (1868-1935) unm
Ni3-7 Patrick Pope Nicholas (1869-1941)
Ni3-8 Thomas Prather Nicholas (1872-1942)
Ni3-9 Lawrence Nicholas (1874-1942) unm
Ni3-10 Cary Nicholas (1876-1897)
Ni3 Matilda Prather Nicholas (1878-1954) m Dr. Thomas E. Bland
Bl2 Anna Pope Bland, b 26 Jun 1908 Shelbyville KY d 15 Feb 1970 Saginaw MI m Dr. Eustace Granger Hester
Bl2-2 Levicy Jane Bland, b. 28 Aug. 1910 d unm 15 Mar 1985
Ni3-12 Mary Anna Nicholas (1880-1915)
Ni3-13 Samuel Smith Nicholas (1881-1927)
Ow8-5Thomas Owings, b 18 Oct 1740 d 23 Aug 1822 He was given "Timber Level" by his father, and resided in his house there, called "The Meadows", in Soldiers' Delight Hundred, Balt. Co. Had a fulling mill in the Garrison Forest, one mile from Owings' Mill. On 6 June 1776 he was commissioned a first lieutenant in Capt. Alexander Well's Battalion of Soldiers' Delight Militia. In Aug. 1777 he was promoted to Capt. He is said to have been at the Battle of Brandywine and at Valley Forge.
m 27 Nov. 1760 in St. Thomas Parish Ruth LAWRENCE d 27 July 1827, dau of Levin Lawrence, Jr.
-1 -1 Samuel Owings b 12 Jun 1773 Baltimore d 18 Sep 1833 m1 25 Jan 1810 Margaret Boone d Jul 1814 no ch m2 15 May 1788 in Baltimore Ariana Dorsey dau of Capt Philemon Dorsey and Rachel Lawrence b 1739
-2 Levin Lawrence OWINGS m 23 Jul 1805 Achsah OWINGS dau of John OWINGS and Catharine.
-3 Thomas Beal OWINGS b 7 Jul 1765/?7 Baltimore Co d 12 Oct 1835 m Ann JOHNSON (daughter of Thomas JOHNSON.
-4 Betsey OWINGS b 30 Apr 1769 d 6 Nov 1828 m John DOWNEY son of William DOWNEY.
-5 Isaac OWINGS b 9 Apr 1771 d 12 Aug 1631 m1 Rebecca WILLIAMSON dau of John WILLIAMSON + 7 ch m2 Achsah DORSEY dau of Nicholas DORSEY and Elizabeth WORTHINGTON.
-6 David OWINGS b 8 Apr 1773. d 12 Jul 1778.
-7 Susanna OWINGS.
-8 Ruth OWINGS.
-9 Jesse OWINGS.
-10 Ann OWINGS.
-11 Levi OWINGS.
-12 Herod OWINGS wb 2 Oct 1786. d 6 Sep 1798.
-13 Matilda OWINGS.
-1-1 Samuel Thomas OWINGS b 24 Mar 1802 d 25 Jan 1860 m 14 Mar 1834 in Baltimore Co MD. Elizabeth Ann "Betsy" DORSEY dau of George DORSEY and Rachel RIDGELY.
-1-2 Maria OWINGS b 25 Dec 1789/?92 d 11 Dec 1882 m5 Jan 1811 in Frederick Co., MD. Dennis DORSEY son of Nicholas DORSEY and Lucy SPRIGG.
-1-3 Thomas OWINGS b 17 Feb 1792 d 24 Feb 1798.
-1-4 Joshua Dorsey OWINGS b 4 Aug 1794 d 15 Mar 1823 m Caroline Dorsey LAWRENCE dau of Levin LAWRENCE Jr.
-1-5 Julianna OWINGS.
-1-6 Henrietta OWINGS b 19 Aug 1798 d 3 Aug 1799.
-1-7 Rachel OWINGS.
-1-8 William OWINGS.
-1-9 Ruth OWINGS b 22 Feb 1806 d 28 Jul 1806
-2-1 Thomas Isaac OWINGS.
-2-2 David OWINGS
-3-1 Dr. Orrellana Harris OWINGS.
-3-2 Thomas Beal OWINGS.
-3-3 Rachel Ruth OWINGS.
-3-4 Cecilius William Harris OWINGS was born on 20 Nov 1819. He died on 23 Aug 1875 in Baltimore, MD.
-3-5 Cordelia Elizabeth OWINGS.
-4-1 John Downey m 22 Apr 1834 in Louisville Ky Ruth OWINGS dau of Isaac OWINGS and Rebecca WILLIAMSON
-5-1 Ruth OWINGS.
-5-2 Thomas Williamson OWINGS.
-5-3 Elizabeth Harriet OWINGS.
-5-4 Ann OWINGS.
-5-5 Isaac OWINGS b 1825. He died in Aug 1858 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
-5-6 Charles OWINGS(1) b 1827. He died before Mar 1858 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
-5-7 John Williamson OWINGS b 1829. He died on 16 Nov 1861 in Bowling Green, KY /td>
-1-1-1 George Dorsey OWINGS b 1835 in Anne Arundel Co d 16 Dec 1912 m7 Nov 1867 in Baltimore Co MD. Savina WALKER b 26 Apr 1840
-1-1-2 Joshua OWINGS4 d Baltimore, MD.
-1-1-3 Humphrey OWINGS.
-1-1-4 William Giffith OWINGS.
-1-2-1 Gustavus DORSEY b 18 Jul 1822 in Md m 25 Nov 1840 in Frederick Co MD. Sophia BUZZARD b about 1823 in MD.
-1-2-2 Nicholas DORSEY.
-1-2-3 Samuel Owings DORSEY.
-1-2-4 Roderick DORSEY.
-1-2-5 William Frederick DORSEY.
-1-2-6 Mary Ann DORSEY
-1-4-1 Sarah Elizabeth "Sallie" OWINGS b 12 Mar 1820 d 9 Feb 1882 m Stephen Boone DORSEY b 20 Jul 1818 d 14 May 1872son of Humphrey DORSEY and Rachel OWINGS.
-1-4-2 Mary Ann OWINGS m Randolph Jehu BOULDIN on 1 May 1845 in Howard Dist Anne Arundel Co.
-1-1-1-1 William Lee OWINGS.
-1-1-1-2 Mary OWINGS b about 1869 in MD.
-1-1-1-3 Maggie OWINGS b about 1872 in MD.
-1-1-1-4 Elizabeth A. OWINGS b about 1876 in MD
-1-1-1-5 Georgette OWINGS wb about 1878 in MD
-1-2-1-1 William H DORSEY.
-1-2-1-2 Catharine S. DORSEY b Sep 1843 in MD
-1-2-1-3 Anna M DORSEY b about 1847 in MD
-1-2-1-4 Milton Byron S. L. DORSEY.
-1-2-1-5 Lucy V. DORSEY.
-1-2-1-6 Frank G. DORSEY.
-1-2-1-7 Augustus R. DORSEY.
-1-2-1-8 Oliver DORSEY b about 1859 in MD
-1-2-1-9 Corydon DORSEY b Jan 1866 in MD
-1-4-1-1 Hester DORSEY was born about 1844
-1-4-1-2 Humphrey DORSEY.
-1-4-1-3 Joshua O. DORSEY.
-1-4-1-4 Laura Lee DORSEY.
-1-4-1-5 Basil C. DORSEY b 6 Aug 1851. d 25 Feb 1935
-1-4-1-6 William DORSEY b 5 Apr 1851. d 20 Nov 1856.
-1-4-1-7 Howard C. DORSEY was born on 7 Dec 1853 d 3 Jul 1921 bur St Mark's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Highland, Howard Co
-1-4-1-8 Stephen Boone DORSEY b 6 Feb 1857 in MD d 14 Nov 1947
Ow8-6 Hannah Owings, b. 17 Apr. 1743; d. Friday, 26 Jan. 1745 at 3 p.m.[30]
Ow8-7Christopher Owings, b. 16 Feb. 1744/5; d. 12 Jan. 1783; m. Elizabeth LAWRENCE, daughter of Levin Lawrence, Jr. and sister of Thomas Owings' wife; received 400 ac. in Balt. Co. from his father in 1772-73. Elected to represent Soldiers' Delight Hundred on the Balt. Co. Committee of Correspondence on 16 Jan. 1775. He was commissioned Capt. in Soldiers' Delight Battalion of Militia in June 1776.[31]
Ow8-8Richard Owings, b. 26 Aug. 1746; d. Monday, 28 Sept. 1747 at 11 p.m.
Ow8-9Helen Owings, b. and d. 1747.[32]
Ow8-10 Capt Richard Owings b 16 July 1749 d 20 Jan. 1819 Richard was a farmer, miller, and merchant who took over the Warfield mill after Joshua's death. Holland says he bought his father-in-law's mill at Simpsonville on the Middle Patuxent River in 1795 and changed its name to Owings Mill. The village became known as Owingsville. His house, built in 1776, still stands. Richard signed the oath of fidelity 6 June 1776 and was appointed Capt. of Soldiers' Delight Battalion of the Baltimore Co. Militia, fought in the Revolution, and resigned 1779. Richard served in the Lower House in 1789, 1790. His estate was valued at $69,139.08 and included 25 slaves, $52 worth of silver, over $1000 worth of flour at the mills. The estate was not settled until 1842, with a final balance of $10,468.33, not including his wife's estate and various bequests that were paid out.[33]
m 1774 Ruth Howard WARFIELD, daughter of Dr. Joshua Warfield (d. 1769) a "practioner of physic" and mill owner and his wife Rachel (Howard) (1732-1792), daughter of Ephraim Howard, apparently no relation to our Howards.
-1 Beal OWINGS.
-2 Mary "Polly" OWINGS b 1776 d 8 Aug 1853 m William WELLING (son of Peter WELLING) on 11 Sep 1823 in Baltimore Co.
-3 Samuel OWINGS b 16 Jul 1778 d29 Jan 1848 Rachel GASSAWAY + 4 ch dau of Capt. Charles GASSAWAY and Ruth BEALL. m2 Sarah Ann BROWN b 8 Jan 1795 dau of Benjamin BROWN Jr. and Dinah PHELPS) on 31 Dec 1819 in Anne Arundel Co., MD on 22 Nov 1822. She was buried in Owings Family Cemetery, North Beach, Calvert Co., MD + 3 ch
-4 James OWINGS(5) was born in 1780. He died on 1 May 1859. He was buried in Owings Family Cemetery, Simpsonville, Howard Co., MD.
-5 Richard OWINGS.
-6 Thomas OWINGS.
-7 Joshua Warfield OWINGS.
-8 Ann OWINGS b 23 Mar 1794 m Dominic Brown JESSOP on 12 Jan 1813 in Baltimore Co.
-9 Basil OWINGS.
-10 Major Henry Howard OWINGS.
-1-1
-3-1 Eliza OWINGS(5) was born on 8 May 1802.
-3-2 Beal OWINGS.
-3-3 Richard OWINGS(5) was born on 10 May 1807.
-3-4 James OWINGS(5) was born on 10 Dec 1808
-3-5 Henry (Harry) OWINGS.
-3-6 Charles Gassaway OWINGS b 7 Jan 1824. d 14 Feb 1824. burin Owings Family Cemetery, North Beach, Calvert Co., MD.
-3-7 Samuel OWINGS.
Ow8-11Hannah Owings, b. 27 Jan. 1750/1; m (1) 30 June 1771 William COCKEY; m (2) 18 April 1778 Capt. William STONE; received 223 ac. in Balt. Co. from her father in 1772-73. Had issue (see above)
of no established relation to the above was:
Ra12-?. Robert Randle/Randall/Randolph b 1602 d 1691 m
Mercy Aldrich b Derbyshire, Engl d May 3 1691 MA
+1 George Aldrich b 1574 d 1658
m Joan Thurgood b 1578 Essex, Engl d 1661 Mendon, Worcester MA
+2 William Aldrich b 1555
Ra11John Randle/Randolph b 1640 England d Feb 25 1717 Weymouth Ma
m Elizabeth Morton b 1649 d 1673
Ra10-1Apphia (aphia/randall/) Randle (Wright)
Ra10-2Josias (Randolph Randall) Randle, Randolph
Ra10-3James (Randolph;Randall;) Randle, Randolph
Ra10-4John (Randolph;Randall;) Randle
Ra10-5Isaac Randolph
Ra10-6Jackonias (Randolph;Randall;) Randle
Ra10-7Alice (Randolph;Randall;) Randle, Randolph (Woolsey)
Ra10-8Peter (Randolph;Randall;) Randle
Ra10-9William Randolph/Randall/Randle b Sep 22 1716 King William VA d 1771 Brunswick, VA
m Ann Marshall b 1716 b Apr 22 1771
Ra9-1Amey Marshall b 1730 ?m Randle
Ra9Susanna Randle b 1738 Brunswick, Columbus, NC d Mar 13 1819 NC
m Peter JACKSON b 1736 Brunswick, VA d 1791 Meriwether GA son of William Jackson b 1715 d 1759 and Lucia Tatum b 1717 Brunswick VA d 1740
Ja8-1 Peter Jackson Jr b c 1758 Brunswick VA d 1835
Ja8-2Solomon Jackson b 3 Dec 1760 Warren Co NC d 12 Jan 1848 Scott IN
Ja8-3Randle Jackson b 17 Oct 1763 Brunswick d 17 Jul 1839 Sumter AL
Ja8-4Reuben JACKSON b 1765 NC d 1835 Meriwether GA
Ja8-Coleby R. JACKSON b c 1765 NC d 1835 Meriwether GA m Nancy Mann
Ja7-1 Jesse Jackson b 1781 VA
Ja7 Samuel W. JACKSON b 1796 NC d 1871 Little Rock Pulaski Ar m Lavinia Malone b 1801 NC d 1862 Heard Co GA dau of John Malone and Grace Eaves
Ja7-3 Susannah JACKSON m Cook
Ja7-4 Malinda JACKSON m Grimsley

Ja6-1 Charlotte Jackson b 3 Nov 1818 Jasper GA d 20 Oct 1892 Fredonia AL m Lanier
Ja6 Rev John Coleman JACKSON b 7 Jan 1820 Jasper GA m Sarah Smith bMar 10 1807 Rutherford, NC d May 6 1877 Rutherford m2 Scoggins
Ja6-3 Lee Roy Jackson
Ja6-4 William L Jackson
Ja6-5 Charity Ann MALONE m Caswell
Ja6-6 Nancy Elizabeth Jackson m Adamson
Ja6-7 Grace Amanda Jackson

Ja5 Malissa Caroline Jackson b 22 Jun 1843 Heard GA d 13 Feb 1921 AL m1 James Benjamin Franklin Lindsey m2 Thomas Greene
Ja5-2 Sarah Martha 'Mattie' JACKSON m BURDETTE
Ja5-3 Emily Frances JACKSON m MCDONALD
Ja5-4 Anna Elizabeth JACKSON m BARRETT
Ja5-5 Lucinda Percilla JACKSON m WHATLEY
Ja5-6 Susan Savannah JACKSON m EAST
Ja5-7 John Walton JACKSON
Ja5-8 Josie W. Jackson

Li4-1 Mary Lindsey b 3 Feb 1868 Heard GA d ther 15 Oct 1874
Li4-2 Joseph Jesse Lindsey b 29 Aug 1869 d 20 Jan 1952 Buffalo AL
Li4-3 Talula Lindsey b c 1872
Li4-4 Tabitha Lindsey b c 1874
Li4 Barcelona ( Lonie) (Lonie) ""Lonie"" Lindsey b 22 Feb 1875 Heard GA d 7 Oct 1930 Fairfax AL m Doc James Alexander Still
Li4-6 George Lindsey
Li4-7 Luther Lindsey
Li4-8 Benjamin Lindsey
Li4-9 Carrie (Carolyn) (Carrie) Lindsey (Harmon)
Li4-10 John Lindsey
Li4-11 Edward B. Lindsey
Li4-12 Lela V Lindsey (Jackson)
Li4-13 Lula Lindsey (Jackson)
Li4-14 Minnie Lindsey (Jackson)
Li4-15 Jane Lindsey (Cochran)
Li4-16 Emma Jackson
Li4-17 Susan E 'Betty' Lindsey (Cochran

St3-1 Cari Lois Still (Johnson)
St3 Elloree Still b 29 Mar 1896 Austin TX m Melwyn Hervey Sharpe b 8 Nov 1895 d 25 Nov 1971 Chattahoochee FL
St3-3 Nixie Still
St3-4 Barcelona (Lonie) Still (Waller)
St3-5 Maude Inez Still (Barnes)
St3-6 James Alexander Still, Jr
St3-7 William Comer Still
St3-8 Thomas Still
St3-9 Alfred Taylor Still

Sh2-1 Miles Hervey Sharpe
Sh2-2 William Jennings Sharpe
Sh2-3 Hazel Marie Sharpe m Binger
Sh2-4 Eloise S Sharpe b 7 Apr 1928 d 4 Sep 2006 Deland FL m Charles Cecil Cassady Jr
Ca1-1 x Cassady m Iverson
Ca1 Elaine Cassady m1 Hamblett m2 Brixhoff author's DNA match
Sh2-5 Rebecca Jane Sharpe
Sh2-6 Margaret Helen Sharpe m Swain
Ja8-6Annis Jackson b 1770 VA d 11 Nov 1858 Knox Co TN m Luttrell
Ja8-7Jeremiah Jackson
Ra9-3John Randle
Ra9-4Colby Randle
Ra9-5Anne randle m Tillman
Ra9-6Barnett Randle
Ra9-7Elizabeth Randle m Lightfoot
Ra10-10Mary Randle/Randolph b July 14 1718 King William, VA
m Ledbetter
Ra - - - -
of no established relation to the above was
Ann Randall b 1698 ?Philadelphia d 1730
m Abraham Levering Le11-8-2 b 1695 Roxborough PA d 29 Jul 1730 Whitpain PA

-1 x Levering
-2 John Levering b 11 Dec 1723 Christ Churdh Philadelphia d 19 Aug 1764 Mesopotamia Westmoreland Jamaica m Maria Susanna Bechtel
-3 John Levering b 29 Sep 1720 d 21 Jul 1721
-4 Randall John Levering b 19 Oct 1722 d 26 Nov 1723

-2-1 Joseph Levering b 28 Mar 1755 Nazareth Northampton Co PA d there 6 Jun 1797 m1 Johanna Elizabeth Smith b 11 Apr 1753 Rochester Plymouth MA d 17 Oct 1790 Nazareth PA + 2 ch m2 Anna Catherine Clewell + 2 ch
-2-2 Abraham Levering
-2-3 Anna Johanna Levering
-2-4 Abraham Levering
-2-5 Anna Maria Levering
-2-6 Elizabeth Levering
-2-7 John Levering, Jr
-2-8 Christian Levering
-2-9 x Levering

-2-1-1 Anna Johanna Levering
-2-1-2 Abraham Levering
-2-1-3 Charles Joseph Levering Sr b 23 Jan 1795 Nazareth d 27 Jan 1877 Hope Bartholomew Co IN m Ruth Montgomery Rea
-2-1-4 Anna Rosina Levering
-2-1-5 Catherine Louisa Levering

-2-1-3-1 Charles Joseph Levering, Jr.
-2-1-3-2 Mary Louisa Levering b 1833 d 1918 m y Michael
-2-1-3-3 Mary Louisa Levering
-2-1-3-4 Catharine Elizabeth Levering b 28 Jul 1822 Stokes NC d 1897 Olney Richland Co IL m1 John Youngling m2 Larkin Dearen m3 George Dillman m4 Henry Miller m5 John Clark
-2-1-3-5 William Henry Levering
-2-1-3-6 Lewis Alexander Levering
-2-1-3-7 Levi Lemuel Levering
-2-1-3-8 Matilda Rosina Levering b 23 Mar 1836 Salem Stokes Co NC d 8 Mar 1879 Hope Bartholomew Co IN m1 William Birch m2 Samuel McKinley
Ra8 - - - -
of no established relation to the above was
Thomas Randall b c 1700 London
m 4 Oct 1728 Farnham Parish Richmond VA Jane Davis b c 1704
Ra7-1John Randall b c 1750 WEstmore.land Co Va d 1826
m 7 Jan 1783 AA Co MD Deborah Knapp b 3 May 1763 Co Cork IRE d 18 Dec 1852 AA Co MD
Ra7-1-1Frances Randall b 1787 16 MAY 1863 MD
m Peter Hagner
Ra7-1-2Henry Knapp Randall b 28 OCT 1793 8 FEB 1877 MD, Anne Arundel Co
m Emily Munroe
Ra7-1-3Thomas Randall b 13 FEB 1796 8 FEB 1877 MD
m Laura Henrietta Wirt
Ra7-1-4Daniel Randall b 27 MAY 1796 17 DEC 1851 MD
Ra7-1-5Henrietta Sanford Randall b c 1799 MD d5 JAN 1889
m George Lee Magruder
Ra7-1-6Alexander Randall b 5 JAN 1803AA Co 21 NOV 1881
m Elizabeth Philpot Blanchard, Catherine Grattan Wirt
Ra7-7Burton Randall b 7 APR 1806 MD d 8 FEB 1886
m Mary Virginia Taylor b 1818 KY d 1906 dau of John Gibson Taylor b 30 Jan 1768 and Elizabeth Lee Taylor b 14 Jan 1792 d 22 Apr 1845
-1 John Knapp Randall b 24 NOV 1853 d 8 FEB 1886
-2 Alexander Burton Randall b 1856 Baltimore MD d 23 MAR 1938 m Jane Nicholas Randolph Harrison b 26 Jun 1862 Albemarle Co VA d there 16 Aug 1926 dau of William Byrd Harrison b 1801 and Ellen Wayles Randolph b 1 Dec 1826
-3 Margaret Taylor Randall b 14 JAN 1861 PA d 17 FEB 1959 m Joseph Muse Worthington

-2-1
Ra7-2Robert Randall b 1761 WEstmoreland Co VA d Sep 1825
m Martha Washington


Christopher RANDALL (AFN: WRPH-84) Pedigree b abt 1666 Balt, Md
d 25 Feb 1684 ?? (2 Feb 1734 ??Chr. brother of Thomas)
Anne Arundel Co, Md
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Johanna NORMAN (AFN: WRPH-99) Family widow of George Norman
Marriage: 31 Jan 1678
, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
Submitter:
Patrick WILBUR
2611 E. Wilson Orange, CA 92867
Submitter:
John D. Hoff, III
2521 S. Brimingham Ave. Tulsa, OK 74114-3220

??sister-in-law /Spouse: Anne CHEW (AFN: 1GMH-HZL) Family
Marriage: 1719
, Anne Arundel, Maryland

Christopher Randall
Male
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Event(s):
Birth: About 1655 Of, , Baltimore, Maryland
Christening:
Death: 25 FEB 1684 , Baltimore, Maryland
Burial:
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Parents:
Father: Henry Randall Family
Mother: Hester

Christopher Randall
Male Family
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Event(s):
Birth: About 1666 , Baltimore, Maryland
Christening:
Death: 25 FEB 1684
Burial:
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Marriages:
Spouse: Johanna Family
Marriage: < 1679> <, Baltimore, Maryland>

Christopher RANDALL
Male
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Event(s):
Birth: About 1680 , Baltimore, Maryland
Christening:
Death: 02 FEB 1734
Burial:
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Parents:
Father: Christopher RANDALL Family
Mother: JOHANNA Norman





This page tells the story of Christopher Randall (d. 1684/5), his son Thomas (1684-1722) and Thomas's daughter Urath (1713/4-1793), and their families. I am hopeful that readers may be able to help provide more information about them, and their English forebears. If you have documentation, I would be very grateful if you would get in touch with me at kwg at po.cwru.edu, substituting the familiar @ for "at".

It is difficult to discover the English connection for our Randall line. There are several suggested birth dates and places on the LDS Familysearch, but none offer any proof. For example, Christopher, son of Richard and Elizabeth, was christened at St. Mary Le Wigford, Linconshire, on 29 June 1641. Alternatively, Christopher, son of Richard and Mary, was christened at Thrigby, Norfolk, on 3 Jan 1647.[1] Were either of these our ancestor? I have no idea.

First Known Generation
Christopher Randall1 first appeared in Baltimore County by November 1675 when he witnessed a deed. Christopher died in early 1722. He married 31 January 1677/8 Johanna (__), the widow of George NORMAN.

A Christopher Randall was transported to Maryland in 1660 or in 1673, probably the latter. Presumably the earlier date was another man of the same name. There is a record of Christopher Randall "reprieved for transportation for Barbados" in London, September 1672. This seems to imply that he was convicted of some crime and had his sentence commuted to transportation to the New World. It is quite possible he was sent to the West Indies and if there was no market for him there, then he could have been taken to Maryland. Or our man could have been the one transported in 1660, as an indentured servant. In any event, our ancestor was in Baltimore County by November 1675 when he witnessed a deed to Anthony DEMONDIDIER.[2]

Christopher courted Johanna, the widow of George NORMAN. George died in 1677, probably shortly before 1 September 1677 when Matthew HOWARD and James SMITH appraised his estate. Christopher's and Johanna's wedding on 31 January 1677/8 was performed by Anthony DEMONDIDIER, a justice of the peace for Baltimore County (and the man whose deed Christopher had witnessed a bit more than two years earlier). Johanna's remarriage was probably only a little more than five months after George's death. Edward LUNN brought an action against the marriage on the grounds that Demondidier had not published the banns; there was a reward for informing on "misconduct". But as Lunn waited too long to bring his action, the case was dismissed, charges were dropped, and Demondidier was allowed to recover 1,031 pounds of tobacco from Lunn.[3] Marriage was economically critical for successfully accomplishing the tasks of living, so another marriage was usually arranged soon after the death of a spouse. Aristocratic Maryland colonists derided lower class folks for remarrying so quickly. Upper class folks thought that waiting one year and a day after the death of a spouse was an adequate and proper length of time.

Whatever Christopher's status had been by birth or when he first arrived in Maryland, in time he managed to acquire land. The following tracts were surveyed for him in Anne Arundel County: 5.5 acre "Randall's Fancy" on 8 July 1679; 102 or 103 acre "Randall's Purchase" on 23 April 1680, both on the north side of the Severn River; 100 acre "Randall's Range" on 17 July 1680 (or 7 July 1681) on the Magothy River. Christopher's residence in Baltimore County is preserved in the name of Randallstown.[4]

Christopher died intestate probably in February 1684/5 because letters of administration to settle his estate were granted on 25 February to his widow. The estate was inventoried 20 March by Matthew HOWARD (apparently no relation to our ancestor of the same name) and Francis MEADE, who named Christopher's wife as "Joan", although in the will she is spelled Johanna. It was not uncommon in the seventeenth century to have these orthographic variations. The estate was valued at £14.9.8 plus 4,090 pounds of tobacco. A major debtor was Richard Owings, brother-in-law of Thomas Randall. Debts were owed to Stephen HENWACKE, John BREEVER, Richard OWINGS, and Adam SHIPLEY (who lived at "Shipley's Choice" on the eastern shore of the Severn across from Annapolis). Heirs were Christopher Jr., Thomas, and a sister. The final administration was filed 5 August 1686. As a side light on the informal system of debts and credit throughout white Chesapeake society, the estate of Nicholas PAINTER, who died in December 1684 and was valued at £251.1.2 (which was worth considerably more than Christopher's), owed money to Christopher.[5]

Johanna married for a third time, before 28 May 1701, John GADSBY. All three of the Randall tracts were eventually held by John Gadsby. On 29 March 1708 Johanna joined with John to sell several pieces of real estate.[6]

Children of Christopher and Johanna (__) Norman Randall:[7]

Hannah Randall2, b. ca. 1680; m (1) ca. 1695 or 1697 Nathaniel STINCHCOMB; had a daughter, Helen Poss Stinchcomb who m. Capt. Henry OWINGS in 1718 in Balt. Co. Hannah m (2) 1710 Edward TEAL, and they had two children, Ruth Teal and Emanuel Teal.[8]

Christopher Randall, Jr., b. ca. 1682; d. 2 Feb. 1734; m. ca. 1719 Anne CHEW, daughter of William and Sidney (WYNNE) Chew [Anne was b. ca. 1704 and m (2) James BURK]. Christopher was appointed by Gov. Charles CALVERT in 1723 justice of the peace in Balt. Co., and reappointed 3 Mar. 1726. He inherited "Randall's Fancy" and purchased a lot more land, including "Good Fellowship". Christopher was church warden at St. Paul's 1722-23 and in the Vestry 1724-26 and 1741-43. In 1742 he was one of the commission for St. Thomas Chapel, and Register of that parish in 1744. His will, signed 23 Sept 1734, was proved 28 Mar. 1735; filed in Baltimore; named children Roger, Aquila, John, Johanna, Rachel, and Ruth. Apparently he also had a daughter, Susannah.[9]

Thomas Randall, b. ca. 1684; d. ca Mar-Apr 1722; m. Hannah BALE.
Second Known Generation

Thomas Randall2, the youngest child of Christopher and Johanna, was born about 1684 and died in 1722. He was an infant when his father died. He married Hannah Bale, sometimes spelled Beal or Beall.

The Randall family was closely connected with the families of Thomas and Anthony Bale, or Beal, Hannah's brothers. Urath Bale named her aunt, Hannah Randall, in her will. Both brothers left real estate to Hannah.[10]

Thomas was listed as a taxable on the South Side of Patapsco Hundred, Baltimore County, in 1706. He and his brother Christopher administered the estate of John GADSBY, their step-father, 20 August 1711.[11]

Thomas had died by 16 April 1722 when an administrative bond was made in Baltimore County to settle his estate. It was inventoried 1 August 1722 by Benjamin and John Howard. Final value was set at £285.0.10. Hannah filed administration papers 5 October 1723 and 3 June 1726.[12]

Hannah's will was signed 23 October 1726. She named her two children, her daughter-in-law Catherine, and her brother-in-law Christopher Randall (to whom she left a ring) his wife Ann (Chew), and his son Roger. The bond to settle her estate was filed 17 June 1727. The estate was inventoried 20 November 1728 and valued at £43.0.7.[13]

Children of Thomas and Hannah (Bale) Randall:[14]

Christopher Randall3, b. ca. 1708; m. Catherine Larkin. According to Randall Family Ancestry they had the following children: Thomas, Bale, Christopher, William, Rebecca, Hannah, Nicholas, Susanna, and Larkin.[15]

Urath Randall, b. 1 or 22 Jan. 1713/4; m. Samuel OWINGS.
Third Generation
Urath Randall3, only surviving daughter of Thomas and Hannah (Bale), was born 1 January, 1713/4, and died 15 December 1793.[16]

She married Samuel OWINGS on 1 January 1729/30 at St. Thomas Parish in Baltimore County. It was her sixteenth birthday. They resided on 286 acre "Green Spring Punch" in Baltimore County, and owned additional land in the County.[17] Samuel died in 1775.

Urath appeared in the first United States census, 1790, as head of her household in Upper Black River Hundred, Baltimore County. It consisted of one white male over the age of sixteen, two white females (one of them Urath herself) and twelve enslaved people.

Urath died in her eightieth year on 15 December 1793. In her will, signed 26 November 1792 she gave her son Samuel his father's cane, and her grand daughter Urath Owings twelve pictures. (I wonder what has become of them over the generations?) She mentioned her children: Samuel, Thomas, Richard, Rachel STEVENSON, Urath LAWRENCE, and Hannah STONE; and some of her grandchildren: Urath CROMWELL, Urath Owings, Ruth Owings (widow of Samuel), Urath Stevenson, Elizabeth Lawrence, Deborah HOWARD, and Beal Owings (son of Christopher). A codicil on 6 January 1793 added 14-year-old granddaughter Martha Stone.[18]

Children of Urath and her husband Samuel Owings:[19]

Bale Owings4, b. 9 May 1731; d. 30 Dec. 1781; unmarried; received 90 ac. in Balt. Co. from his father in 1772-73.[20]

Samuel Owings, b. 17 Aug. 1733; d. 1803; m. 6 Oct. 1765 Deborah LYNCH (d. 1810), daughter of William Lynch (d. 1751); received 250 ac. in Balt. Co. from his father in 1772-73; res at "Ulm" near Reisterstown Rd. (now Owings Mills), St. Thomas Parish, Balt. Co. Samuel was Anglican, a miller, planter, merchant, and land speculator. He was lauded as the "hydraulic expert of his time" and built at least 3 mills at Gwynn's Falls in Balt. Co. Served in the Lower House 1771, and 1786-87. His estate included 24 slaves, 248 oz. of plate, 177 chocolate pans, saw mills, grist mills, coopers' houses and shops, warehouses, bank stock, land along the Ohio River, and at least 5,200 acres in Balt. Co.[21]

Rachel Owings, b. 2 May 1736; m. 16 Dec. 1762 Henry STEVENSON (1737-1816).

Urath Owings, b. 26 June 1738; m. 28 Jan. 1762 Benjamin LAWRENCE; received 257 ac. in Balt. Co. from her father in 1772-73.

Thomas Owings, b. 18 Oct. 1740; d. 23 Aug. 1822; m. 27 Nov. 1760 in St. Thomas Parish Ruth LAWRENCE, daughter of Levin Lawrence, Jr. Ruth d. 27 July 1827. He was given "Timber Level" by his father, and resided in his house there, called "The Meadows", in Soldiers' Delight Hundred, Balt. Co. Had a fulling mill in the Garrison Forest, one mile from Owings' Mill. On 6 June 1776 he was commissioned a first lieutenant in Capt. Alexander Well's Battalion of Soldiers' Delight Militia. In Aug. 1777 he was promoted to Capt. He is said to have been at the Battle of Brandywine and at Valley Forge. They had 12 children.[22]

Hannah Owings, b. 17 Apr. 1743; d. Friday, 26 Jan. 1745 at 3 p.m.[23]

Christopher Owings, b. 16 Feb. 1744/5; d. 12 Jan. 1783; m. Elizabeth LAWRENCE, daughter of Levin Lawrence, Jr. and sister of Thomas Owings' wife; received 400 ac. in Balt. Co. from his father in 1772-73. Elected to represent Soldiers' Delight Hundred on the Balt. Co. Committee of Correspondence on 16 Jan. 1775. He was commissioned Capt. in Soldiers' Delight Battalion of Militia in June 1776.[24]

Richard Owings, b. 26 Aug. 1746; d. Monday, 28 Sept. 1747 at 11 p.m.

Helen Owings, b. and d. 1747.[25]

Richard Owings, b. 16 July 1749; d. 20 Jan. 1819; m. 1774 Ruth Howard WARFIELD, daughter of Dr. Joshua Warfield (d. 1769) a "practioner of physic" and mill owner and his wife Rachel (Howard) (1732-1792), daughter of Ephraim Howard, apparently no relation to our Howards. Richard was a farmer, miller, and merchant who took over the Warfield mill after JoshuaÕs death. Holland says he bought his father-in-law's mill at Simpsonville on the Middle Patuxent River in 1795 and changed its name to Owings Mill. The village became known as Owingsville. His house, built in 1776, still stands. Richard signed the oath of fidelity 6 June 1776 and was appointed Capt. of Soldiers' Delight Battalion of the Baltimore Co. Militia, fought in the Revolution, and resigned 1779. Richard served in the Lower House in 1789, 1790. His estate was valued at $69,139.08 and included 25 slaves, $52 worth of silver, over $1000 worth of flour at the mills. The estate was not settled until 1842, with a final balance of $10,468.33, not including his wife's estate and various bequests that were paid out.[26]

Hannah Owings, b. 27 Jan. 1750/1; m (1) 30 June 1771 William COCKEY; m (2) 18 April 1778 Capt. William STONE; received 223 ac. in Balt. Co. from her father in 1772-73.

Rebecca Owings, b. 21 Oct. 1755; m. ca. 1775 Joshua A. Howard.[27]



from http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=timmychew&id=I189714

Aquila Randall 1 2 3 Birth: 9 MAY 1723 in Baltimore Co., Maryland 4 1
Father: Christopher Randall b: ABT 1680 in Baltimore, Maryland
Mother: Anne Wynne Chew b: 1704 in Upper N. Patapsco Hundred, Baltimore, MD
Marriage 1 Margaret Susannah Brown b: 1726 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Children
Brice Chew Randall

Sources:
Title: Philip Stackhouse, gedcom file 040607 (pstackhouse@toad.net)
Title: Elizabeth Ann Emison
Title: a
Title: Parish Register, Saint Paul's Episcopal Church, Baltimore, Maryland
Note: ABBR Church Records, Old Saint Paul's Baltimore, Maryland

Brice Chew Randall 1
Father: Aquila Randall b: 9 MAY 1723 in Baltimore Co., Maryland
Mother: Margaret Susannah Brown b: 1726 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Marriage 1 Sushannah Porter
Children
Sarah Ann Mamsell Randall

Sources:
Title: Elizabeth Ann Emison
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=timmychew&id=I096892

Sarah Ann Mamsell Randall 1
Father: Brice Chew Randall
Mother: Sushannah Porter

Marriage 1 Nimrod Sinclair
Children
Susan Elenor Sinclair

Sources:
Title: Elizabeth Ann Emison

Susan Elenor Sinclair 1
Father: Nimrod Sinclair
Mother: Sarah Ann Mamsell Randall

Marriage 1 John Henry Rabb
Children
Sada Ross Rabb

Sources:
Title: Elizabeth Ann Emison

Sada Ross Rabb 1
Father: John Henry Rabb
Mother: Susan Elenor Sinclair

Marriage 1 James Wade Emison , Sr. b: 1859
Children
James Wade Emison , Jr.
John Rabb Emison

Rabb Emison 1
Father: James Wade Emison , Sr. b: 1859
Mother: Sada Ross Rabb

Marriage 1 Caterine Stanbro
Children
Living Emison

Susannah Randall 1 2 3 4
Sex: F
Birth: 6 JUL 1726 1
Birth: 1725 3
Birth: 6 JUL 1726 in Baltimore, Maryland 3
Birth: ABT 1727 2
Death: 5 FEB 1804 in "Good Fellowship", Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland 5 1
Death: 5 FEB 1804 2
Death: 5 FEB 1804 in Anne Arundel Now Howard Cty, Maryland 3
Reference Number: 12631
Father: Christopher Randall b: ABT 1680 in Baltimore, Maryland
Mother: Anne Wynne Chew b: 1704 in Upper N. Patapsco Hundred, Baltimore, MD

Marriage 1 Benjamin Brown b: 13 JUN 1724 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Children
Ephraim Brown b: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Ruth Brown b: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Joshua Brown b: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Vachel Brown b: 1747 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Susannah Brown b: 1752 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Charles Brown b: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Rebecca Brown b: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Benjamin Brown b: ABT 1750 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Samuel Brown b: 9 JAN 1747 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
Rachel Brown b: APR 1752 in Maryland
Richard Brown b: 11 NOV 1760 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland

Sources:
Title: Philip Stackhouse, gedcom file 040607 (pstackhouse@toad.net)
Title: Ron Ulrich, 112601
Text: Date of Import: Nov 26, 2001
Title: One World Tree (sm)
Author: Ancestry.com
Publication: Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., n.d.
Repository:
Note: www.ancestry.com
Media: Ancestry.com
Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc.
Title: a
Title: "Side-Lights on Maryland History"
Author: Richardson, Hester Dorsey
Publication: Tidewater Publishes, Cambridge, Maryland 1967
Note: ABBR Sidelights on Maryland History
Page: Vol 2, p. 298; http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=timmychew&id=I189679

Susannah Brown 1 2 Birth: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland 1 Birth: 1752 Birth: 1755 Birth: 1755 in Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland 3 3 3 Death: 1840 in Hopewell Twn, Muskingum, Ohio 3 3 3 Death: 1844 Death: 24 MAY 1844
Reference Number: 12641
Father: Benjamin Brown b: 13 JUN 1724 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Mother: Susannah Randall b: 6 JUL 1726 in Baltimore, Maryland

Marriage 1 William Hamilton b: 1748 in Hamilton Crossin, Virginia
Married: 1778 in Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland 3 3
Children
Benjamin Hamilton b: 4 MAY 1770 in Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
Cassandra Hamilton b: 1778 in Morgantown, Monongalia, West Virginia
Elizabeth Hamilton b: 1783 in Maryland
Rachel Hamilton b: 1784 in Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
Rebecca Hamilton b: 21 JAN 1786 in Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
William Hamilton b: 1 MAR 1789 in Morgantown, Monongalia, West Virginia
Samuel Hamilton b: 1791 in Morgantown, Monongalia, West Virginia
Susanna Hamilton b: 1794 in Morgantown, Monongalia, West Virginia

Sources:
Title: Philip Stackhouse, gedcom file 040607 (pstackhouse@toad.net)
Title: Ron Ulrich, 112601
Text: Date of Import: Nov 26, 2001
Title: One World Tree (sm)
Author: Ancestry.com
Publication: Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., n.d.
Repository:
Note: www.ancestry.com
Media: Ancestry.com
Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc.
Title: Family Data Collection - Individual Records
Author: Edmund West, comp.
Publication: Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000
Repository:
Note: www.ancestry.com
Media: Ancestry.com
Text: Online publication - Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000.



Samuel Browne 1 Birth: in Dumfries-Shire, Scotland 1 Death: APR 1715 in Baltimore, Maryland 1
Marriage 1 Mary Unknown
Children
Thomas Browne b: APR 1668 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland

Sources: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=timmychew&id=I189171
Title: One World Tree (sm)
Author: Ancestry.com
Publication: Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., n.d.
Repository:
Note: www.ancestry.com
Media: Ancestry.com
Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc.

Thomas Browne 1
Title: "the Patuxent Ranger"
Name: Thomas Brown 2 2
Birth: in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland 1
Birth: APR 1668 2 2
Death: JUN 1715 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland 1
Death: 1715 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland 2 2
ADDR:
ADR1: 10228 Cabery Road
CITY: Ellicott City
STAE: MD
POST: 21042
EMAIL: pstackhouse@toad.net
Father: Samuel Browne b: in Dumfries-Shire, Scotland
Mother: Mary Unknown

Marriage 1 Katherine Harris
Children
Hannah Browne
Thomas Brown b: in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
Joshua Browne b: 1698 in Baltimore (now Howard) Co., Maryland
John Browne b: in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
Valentine Augustus Browne b: ABT 1692 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland

Sources:
Title: Philip Stackhouse, gedcom file 040607 (pstackhouse@toad.net)
Title: One World Tree (sm)
Author: Ancestry.com
Publication: Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., n.d.
Repository:
Note: www.ancestry.com
Media: Ancestry.com
Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc.

Joshua Browne 1 2
Sex: M
Title: Captain
Name: Joshua Brown 3 3 3 3
Birth: in Baltimore (now Howard) Co., Maryland 1
Birth: 1698
Birth: 1698 in Baltimore, Maryland 3 3 3 3
Death: JUN 1774 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland 4 5 1
Death: 1774
Death: 1774 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland 3 3 3 3
Reference Number: 7101
Father: Thomas Browne b: APR 1668 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
Mother: Katherine Harris

Marriage 1 Margaret Chew b: 1698 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
Married: 1719
Married: 1719 in Maryland 3
Children
Margaret Susannah Brown b: 1726 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
John Brown b: 1720 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Hannah (or Johannah) Browne b: 1721 in Anne Arundel Now Howard Cty, Maryland
Joshua Brown b: 1722 in Anne Arundel Now Howard Cty, Maryland
Benjamin Brown b: 13 JUN 1724 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Jane Brown b: 1732 in Maryland
Anne Brown b: 1735 in Goose Creek, Coles, Illinois

Sources:
Title: Philip Stackhouse, gedcom file 040607 (pstackhouse@toad.net)
Title: Ron Ulrich, 112601
Text: Date of Import: Nov 26, 2001
Title: One World Tree (sm)
Author: Ancestry.com
Publication: Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., n.d.
Repository:
Note: www.ancestry.com
Media: Ancestry.com
Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc.
Title: Anne Arundel Co., Maryland Will Books
Note: ABBR Anne Arundel County Wills
Page: No. 39, p819, proved 9 June 1774
Title: "Side-Lights on Maryland History"
Author: Richardson, Hester Dorsey
Publication: Tidewater Publishes, Cambridge, Maryland 1967
Note: ABBR Sidelights on Maryland History
Page: p. 296; http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=timmychew&id=I189664

Benjamin Brown 1 2 2
Birth: 13 JUN 1724 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland 1
Birth: 13 JUN 1724 3
Birth: 13 JUN 1724 in Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland 2
Birth: 1730 in Maryland
Death: 10 JUN 1768 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland 1
Death: ABT 1768 3
Death: 1768 in Anne Arundel Now Howard Cty, Maryland 2
Will: 9 JUN 1768 Anne Arundel Co., Maryland 4 5
Reference Number: 12632
Note:
Lord Baltimore's Anne Arundel County Rent Roll for 1754 states"Benjamin Brown is son of Joshua" in the entry for Good Gellowship.(Anne Aruindel Co. Debt Book, 1754, p.76)
Benjamin Brown's will states in part: "To my wife, Susannah Brown, allmy lands during her widowhood and afte hfer desease to my son, SamuelBrown. To my son, Benjamin, full share of all the crops this ensuingyear. To my two daughters Rachel Todd and Ruth Todd, twenty shillingseach. I give to my children as follows: Joshua, Vachel, Susannah,Richard, Charles, Ephraim, Rebecca and Benjamin Brown, all my personalestate equally divided among them. Wife Susannah, and son, SamuelBrown, executors. Witnesses: Nathan Dorsey, Aquilla Randal and JohnFrost."
Father: Joshua Browne b: 1698 in Baltimore (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Mother: Margaret Chew b: 1698 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland

Marriage 1 Susannah Randall b: 6 JUL 1726 in Baltimore, Maryland
Children
Ephraim Brown b: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Ruth Brown b: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Joshua Brown b: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Vachel Brown b: 1747 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Susannah Brown b: 1752 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Charles Brown b: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Rebecca Brown b: in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Benjamin Brown b: ABT 1750 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland
Samuel Brown b: 9 JAN 1747 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
Rachel Brown b: APR 1752 in Maryland
Richard Brown b: 11 NOV 1760 in Anne Arundel (now Howard) Co., Maryland

Sources:
Title: Philip Stackhouse, gedcom file 040607 (pstackhouse@toad.net)
Title: One World Tree (sm)
Author: Ancestry.com
Publication: Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., n.d.
Repository:
Note: www.ancestry.com
Media: Ancestry.com
Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc.
Title: Ron Ulrich, 112601
Text: Date of Import: Nov 26, 2001
Title: Will Books, CIty of Annapolis
Author: County Records
Note: ABBR Annapolis Wills
Page: Liber WD, No.1, folio 476, proved 12 July 1768
Title: "Side-Lights on Maryland History"
Author: Richardson, Hester Dorsey
Publication: Tidewater Publishes, Cambridge, Maryland 1967
Note: ABBR Sidelights on Maryland History
Page: p. 297



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