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    Ra9 Urath Randall**

    Urath Randall was the daughter of Justice Thomas Randall (Ra10) and Hannah Bale (Ba10)

    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.[25]
    married Samuel Owings Ow9 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.[24] 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.

    Samuel Owings and Urath Randall had children:
    (Ow8-1) Bale Owings, b. 9 May 1731; d. 30 Dec. 1781; unmarried; received 90 ac. in Balt. Co. from his father in 1772-73.[27]

    Ow8-2 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.[28]

    Ow8-3 Rachel 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.

    (Ow8-5) 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.[29]

    Ow8-6 Hannah Owings, b. 17 Apr. 1743; d. Friday, 26 Jan. 1745 at 3 p.m.[30]

    Ow8-7 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.[31]

    Ow8-8 Richard Owings, b. 26 Aug. 1746; d. Monday, 28 Sept. 1747 at 11 p.m.

    Ow8-9 Helen Owings, b. and d. 1747.[32]

    Ow8-10 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 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]

    Ow8-11 Hannah Owings, b. 27 Jan. 1750/1; m1 30 June 1771 William COCKEY; m2 18 April 1778 Capt. William STONE; received 223 ac. in Balt. Co. from her father in 1772-73. Had issue (see above)

    Ow8-11-1 Ruth Cockey, b. 21 June 1772; d. 2 Jan. 1834; m. 22 Mar. 1791 Samuel OWINGS, b. 3 Apr. 1770, son of Samuel and Deborah Todd (LYNCH) Owings; d. 26 July 1828 at his residence in Balt. Co. Samuel was appointed justice of the peace 5 Feb. 1816. He was a celebrated wit, believed to be "the handsomest man in the Parish."

    Ow8-11-1-1 Deborah Owings,

    Ow8-11-1-2 Hannah Owings,

    Ow8-11-1-3 Urath Cromwell Owings,

    Ow8-11-1-4 William Lynch Owings,

    Ow8-11-1-5 Charles Ridgely Owings,

    Ow8-11-1-6 James Winchester Owings,

    Ow8-11-1-7 Mary Ann Owings,

    Ow8-11-1-8+ 4 infants d.y

    Ow8-11-2 William Cockey, b. 1 Apr. 1774; d. 18 Feb. 1782, bur. at Brooklandwood Farm graveyard, corner of Falls Road and Greenspring Valley Road; now it is apparently overgrown with grass. Brooklandwood was the original estate/mansion of Charles CARROLL of Carrolton, now St Paul's School

    Ow8-11-3 Martha Burrows Stone, b. 1779; d. 11 Mar. 1844; m. 10 June 1804 Samuel STUMP.

    Ow8-11-4 Samuel Stone, b. 1781; d. 15 Oct. 1860 unm Left bequests to many of his relatives.

    Ow8-11-5 Mary Burrows Stone, b. 1783; d. ca. 1817; m. 17 Feb. 1802 John Robert HOLLIDAY.

    Ow8-11-5-1 Eleanor Addison Smith Holliday3, b. 19 Feb. 1803; m. 27 June 1822 James Bonsall PRICE; d. 22 Jan. 1835 in Baltimore Co., Md.

    Ow8-11-5-1-1 Mary Elizabeth Price6, b. 7 Apr. 1823; d. 19 Nov. 1856 in Philadelphia; m(1) 21 Oct. 1847 in Baltimore Joseph Brevitt TOWNSEND. Joseph B. Townsend was b. 13 Dec. 1821 and d. 11 Oct. 1896. Three children. After Mary Elizabeth died, Joseph m(2) Adaline Eliza Baker BARTON, daughter of John and Mary Catherine (Kreider) Barton.

    Ow8-11-5-1-2 Charles Edward Price, b. 8 Oct. 1825; d. ca. July 1826.

    Ow8-11-5-1-3 Clara Price, b. 1 Nov. 1827; d. in Philadelphia, Penna.; never married. Inherited $500 from her great uncle Samuel STONE, Oct. 1860.

    Ow8-11-5-1-4 Lucius Duncan Price, twin, b. 29 Nov. 1830 in Philadelphia; d. 23 June 1904; m. 21 April 1852 Anna Maria HAINES. Three children. Inherited $1,000 from his great uncle Samuel Stone Oct. 1860.

    Ow8-11-5-1-4-1 Anne Jones Price8, b. 10 Mar. 1856 in West Chester; d. 13 Feb. 1921 in Philadelphia; m. 15 Nov. 1877 John Barton Paxton; had 8 children. He had m(1) Sue Jones Price, daughter of James Bonsall and Ann (Jones) Price; Sue d. 20 June 1868.

    Ow8-11-5-1-4-2 Joseph Townsend Price, b. 23 Apr. 1859 in West Chester; d. 2 Dec. 1924 in Philadelphia; m. 14 Oct. 1886 in West Chester Janetta Baily; in 1880 census they were living at 25 W. Barnard St., West Chester, pictured here as it looked in 2009; 5 children.

    Ow8-11-5-1-4-3 Jacob P. Price, b. 8 Dec. 1860 in West Chester; d. 6 Apr. 1862 in West Chester

    Ow8-11-5-1-5 Ellen Price, twin, b. 29 Nov. 1830 in Philadelphia; d. 8 Jan. 1831.

    Ow8-11-5-1-6 Samuel Stone Price b. 14 Feb. 1833 in Baltimore Co., Md.; d. 5 July 1899 in Phila.; m. 1855 Theresa JAMER. Inherited $1,500 from his great uncle Samuel Stone, Oct. 1860. His line descends to Charlotte (Price) Curlin of Auburn, CA.

    Ow8-11-5-1-6-1 Mary Louisa Price, b. July 5, 1853 in Camden, NJ; m. __McDaniels.

    Ow8-11-5-1-6-2 Josephine R. Price, b. Dec. 1855 in Phila.; m. 24 Nov. 1880 in Phila. Shinn O. BALLINGER, he was b. 1854 in Medford Twp., Burl. Co., NJ; he was a miller; one son.

    Ow8-11-5-1-6-3 John B. Price, b. 1861; d. 1898, both in Camden, NJ; m. ca. 1886 Martha "Mattie" BLEW; had 2 children.

    Ow8-11-5-1-6-4 Frederick F. Price, MD, b. 1863 in Penna.; d. 1930; m. May DUDLEY fairly late in life; they had no children; Frederick left his estate to his brother, William Henry Price. The photo shows Frederick in 1926, looking a bit like his father, with the same pattern of baldness, and a moustache.

    Ow8-11-5-1-6-5 William Henry Price, b. 14 Feb. 1865 in Philadelphia; d. 27 Nov. 1936 in San Francisco; m(1) Ella G. NUGENT (she d. 30 July 1899), one son who d.y.; m(2) 30 Dec. 1906 Magdalena Anna HERMANN at St. Francis of Assisi church in Manhattan, NY. Magdalena was b. 28 Sept. 1877 in Callecoon, NY, daughter of Frank and Anne (WEILER) Hermann; she d. 24 Dec. 1952 in San Francisco

    Ow8-11-5-1-7 Martha Ellen Price, b. 9 Jan. 1835 in Balt. Co.; d. 13 Jan. 1835

    Ow8-11-5-2 William Henry Holliday, b. 7 Mar. 1805; d. 22 July 1813.

    Ow8-11-5-3 John Robert Holliday, b. 10 July 1807; m. Amelia M.; he may be the John Holliday, aged 16-26, living alone in East Baton Rouge Parish in the 1820 census.[34] Inherited in Oct. 1860 from his uncle Samuel Stone $6,000, slaves Jane aged 15 and Ned aged 7 to be held until they were 35 years old. President Abraham Lincoln freed them sooner.

    Ow8-11-5-4 Daniel Chamier Holliday, b. 11 May 1810; d. 7 Apr. 1811.

    Ow8-11-5-5 William Stone Holliday, b. 27 Oct. 1817; inherited $2,000 from his uncle Samuel Stone, Oct. 1860

    Ow8-11-6 William Stone, b. 1785; d. 6 Sept. 1797.

    Ow8-11-7 John Stone, b. 1786; d. 4 Aug. 1845; unm

    Ow8-12 Rebecca Owings, b. 21 Oct. 1755; m. ca. 1775 Joshua A. Howard.
    Ow8-12-1 Sarah Howard,
    Ow8-12-2 Mary Howard,
    Ow8-12-3 Rachel Howard,
    Ow8-12-4 Samuel Howard,
    Ow8-12-5 Joseph Howard,
    Ow8-12-6 Beale Howard,
    Ow8-12-7 Deborah Howard,
    Ow8-12-8 Joshua Howard,
    Ow8-12-9 Henry Howard

    The name Urath, Urith or Urithe is a singularly unusual name which I have only seen elsewhere in the Palgrave pedigree. Here it enters the family with the marriage of John Palgrave of Norwood or Nothwood Bemingham Norwood Barningham b 1530-1, bur 28.05.1611 to Urith Saunder bur 29.07.1600, dau of William Saunder of Ewell. We also see a daughter and a granddaughter of this coupled bearing the same name.
    The way names run in families it is not wrong to suspect a connection between Urath Randall and one of these Palgrave Uriths.
    But the name also shows up a few times among Exeter marriage licenses in 1582 and thereafter.

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    Urath RANDALL (AFN: 9BXP-DT)  Pedigree
     Sex:  F Family
     Birth:   1 Jan 1713
      Md, Baltimore, Maryland
     Death:   15 Dec 1792
      , Baltimore, Maryland
     Burial:   1 Jan 1793
      St Thomas'chur, Baltimore, Maryland
     Father:  Thomas RANDALL (AFN: 9BXP-RQ)  Family
     Mother:  Mrs. Hannah RANDALL (AFN: 9BXP-SW)

     Father:  Justice Thomas RANDALL (AFN: 1GT7-086)  Family
     Mother:  Hannah BALE (AFN: 1GT7-09D)
     Spouse:  Samuel OWINGS (AFN: 9BXP-CN)  Family
     Marriage:  1 Jan 1729
      Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, St Paul Church

    Urath Randall     Compact Disc #27     Pin #778021
     Sex: F
     Birth:  22 Jan 1707  Place:   MD
     Death:  1792  Place:   MD
     Spouse:  Samuel Owings     Disc #27     Pin #776926

     Marriage:  1 Jan 1729  Place:  St. Paul's Church, Baltimore Co., MD
    Notes and Sources:
     Notes:   None
     Sources:  Available on CD-ROM Disc# 27
     James M. EAVES
    165 Dan Moody Trail Georgetown, TX 78628

    Urath Randall     Compact Disc #88     Pin #905848
     Sex: F
     Birth:  1 Jan 1712  Place:   Baltimore City, Maryland
     Death:  15 Dec 1792  Place:   Baltimore City, Maryland
     Spouse:  Samuel Owings     Disc #88     Pin #898038
     Marriage:    Place:
    Other Event(s):
     Single:   1 Jan 1730  Place:   St. Paul's Church, Baltimore, Maryland
    Notes and Sources:
     Notes:   None
     Sources:  None    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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