Christopher Randall Jr1

#4481, (circa 1682 - 2 February 1734/35)
Relationship6th great-granduncle of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*Christopher Randall1 (bt 1651 - 1661 - b 1684/85)
Mother*Johanna _____1 (c 1658 - )


Anne Chew b. c 1698
Children 1.Roger Randall+1 (1720 - )
 2.Aquila Randall1 (1723 - )
 3.Susanna Randall1 (1724 - )
 4.John Randall1 (1726 - )
 5.Johanna Randall1 (c 1729 - )
 6.Rachel Randall1 (1732 - )
 7.Ruth Randall1 (1734/35 - )
Birth*circa 1682He was born circa 1682 at Baltimore, Maryland.1 
Marriage*circa 1719He married Anne Chew, daughter of William Chew and Sydney Wynne, circa 1719 at MarylandG.1 
23 October 1726He was mentioned in the will of Hannah Bale on 23 October 1726, as brother-in-law.2 
23 September 1734He left a will on 23 September 1734 at Baltimore Co., MarylandG.3 
Death*2 February 1734/35He died on 2 February 1734/35 at Maryland.1 
Deathcirca March 1735He died circa March 1735.4 
Probate*28 March 1735His estate was probated on 28 March 1735 at Baltimore Co., MarylandG.3 


  1. [S521] Robert W. Barnes, compiler, Baltimore County Families 1659-1759 (Baltimore: Clearfield Company, 1989, 1986), p. 528.
  2. [S1447] Jane Baldwin Cotton and Roberta Bolling Henry, compilers, The Maryland Calendar of Wills (Baltimore: Kohn & Pollock, 1904-1928), VI:28. Will of Hannah Randall, widow, Baltimore Co., 23 Oct 1726.
    To son Christopher, ex., and hrs., “Gutheridge Addition” and “Kinsey’s Choyce”; also 100 A. of “Green Spring Punch”; sd. son dying without issue, to dau. Urith and hrs.; sd. dau. dying without issue, to Roger and Aquila Randall (child, of bro.-in-law Christopher).
    “ dau. Urith and hrs., residue of “Green Spring Punch”; she dying without issue, to son Christopher; he dying
    without issue, to Roger and Aquila Randall afsd.; and personalty.
    “ dau.-in-law Cathrine and bro.-in-law Christopher, personalty.
    “ son Christopher and dau. Urith afsd., p^ersonal estate.
    Test: William Hamilton, Charles Wells, Mary Arnold (Arnald).
    Probate 31 May 1727, Book 19, p. 181.
  3. [S1447] Jane Baldwin Cotton and Roberta Bolling Henry, Maryland Calendar of Wills, VII:125-126. Will of Christopher Randall, planter, Baltimore Co., 23 Sep 1734.
    To son Roger and hrs., 429 A. of dwelling plantation, “Stout;” and personalty.
    “ son Aquila and hrs., 258 A. “Good Fellowship ;” and personalty.
    To son John and hrs., 100 A. “Randall’s Fancy.”
    “ daus. Johanna, Rachel and Ruth, at age of 16 or day of marriage, personalty.
    “ wife Anne, extx., certain personalty on condition she pays son John £26, Aquila Marsh to live with wife until of age at 21 and to be taught to read. Sons to be for themselves at 18 yrs. and to possess estates at 21. Son John to have £20 from personal estate and residue divided between wife and six child. Should either of sons die without issue survivors to divide portion of deceased; should all three die without issue lands to pass to 3 daus. and their hrs.
    Test: Maurice Baker, Samuel Owings, John Stinchcomb, James Gardner, Emmanuel Teale.
    Probate 28 Mar 1735, citing Book 21, p. 314.
  4. [S520] VWH.