Thomas Randall1

#4495, (circa 1684 - circa March 1722)
Relationship6th great-granduncle of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*Christopher Randall1 (bt 1651 - 1661 - b 1684/85)
Mother*Johanna _____1 (c 1658 - )


Hannah Bale b. 1678
Children 1.Christopher Randall+6 (c 1708 - a 1760)
 2.Urath Randall+9 (1713/14 - 1792)
Birth*circa 1684He was born circa 1684 at MarylandG.1 
Marriage*circa 1707He married Hannah Bale, daughter of ____ Bale and Urath Bale, circa 1707 at MarylandG.2,3 
10 April 1720He witnessed the will of Anthony Bale on 10 April 1720 at Baltimore Co., MarylandG.4
Death*circa March 1722He died circa March 1722; (poss. 1723, based on date of inventory.)5 
Probate16 April 1722His estate was probated on 16 April 1722 at MarylandG; (administrative bond; poss. 1723 based on date of inventory.)6 
Inventory*1 August 1723His estate was inventoried by Thomas Randall on 1 August 1723 at MarylandG.7 
Administration5 October 1723Administration of the Estate of Thomas Randall on 5 October 1723 at MarylandG.8 


  1. [S521] Robert W. Barnes, compiler, Baltimore County Families 1659-1759 (Baltimore: Clearfield Company, 1989, 1986), p. 528.
  2. [S521] Robert W. Barnes, Baltimore County Families, pp. 528-529, giving date of about 1707, and, on p. 24, "by 2 Feb. 1708."
  3. [S1446] Fielder M. M. Beall, editor, Colonial Families of the United States Descended from the Immigrants Bell Beal Bale Beale Beall (Washington, D.C.: C. H. Potter, Printer, 1929), online, p. 229. No date given, but says they removed from Anne Arundel Co. to Baltimore Co. about 1698.
  4. [S1186] Maryland Prerogative Court (Wills), 1635–1777, Series S538 (1–60). Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, Maryland, online, Vol. V, pp. 16-18 (MD Prerogative Court Wills 1720-1721 MSA S538-24). Will of Anthony Bale, 10 Apr 1720
    Item. To "Dear sister Hannah Randell"- and heirs, plantation at Patapsco, with adjacent lands "Marrie's point," "Gutridge Additions," and "Hill's Choice" (Tobias Emison to hold sd. plantation during present yr.).
    Item. 137 acres of cleared land at Patapsco called "Outhmill," to be sold by executrix for payment of debts.
    Item. To sister Mary Wootten, now in England, £10 "as a token of my Duty and Last Love."
    Item. To dear and ancient Mother, £10 "as a token of my Duty and Last Love."
    Item. To "my friend and old acquaintance" Roger Mathews, 20s.
    Item. To "my Dear wife Anne" all residuary, she to be executrix.
    Witnesses Roger Mathews, Thos. Newsham (Newsom), Richard Hardiman.

    Abstract from Maryland Calendar of Wills, vol. 5 p. 3.
  5. [S521] Robert W. Barnes, Baltimore County Families, pp. 528-529. Thomas Randall "d. by 9 March 1722."
  6. [S521] Robert W. Barnes, Baltimore County Families, pp. 528-529.
  7. [S521] Robert W. Barnes, Baltimore County Families, pp. 528-529. Valued at £ 19-8-6 plus £ 5-18-6.
  8. [S521] Robert W. Barnes, Baltimore County Families, pp. 528-529. Also on 3 Jun 1726.
  9. [S1442] Maryland Marriages, 1666-1970, online, Urath Randall, dau. of Thomas Randall and Hanah, marr. Samuel Owings, 1 Jan 1729, Garrison Forest, Baltimore, MD. Citing Garrison Forest, Baltimore, MD, reference pg 70; FHL microfilm 14,450.