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John (Jno) RANDALL b.1869 Cefn Wales
I am trying to trace John Randall who was born in March 1869. He may be the person on the 1871 Wales Census (RG10/5420, pp.22-23) who was listed as the son of Thomas and Mary Randall. John married Louisa Brown in approximately 1890, after they both had come to the United States, he in 1883 and she in 1882. Although she was born in Wales, her family was originally from Midsomer Norton, Somerset, England. On the US 1900 census his father and mother are listed as to have been born in England/Wales, respectively. However, on the 1871 Wales Census, the parents of Jno Randall were borth in Cork, Ireland. Therefore, I'm not sure if this is in any way the correct family. ANY John Randall information would be greatly appreciated. This John Randall DID visit Wales (Tredegar) in 1905 as I have a postcard he sent to his wife, Louisa, from there. He returned from Liverpool to NY on the Cedric (White Star Line)on August 4, arriving in NY on August 12.
John RANDALL, b.1869/70 Cadoxton WALES
I am trying to trace John Randall who was born in March 1869. He may be the person on the 1871 Wales Census (RG10/5437, p. 18) who was listed as the son of Samuel and Hannah Randall. John married Louisa Brown in approximately 1890, after they both had come to the United States, he in 1883 and she in 1882. Although she was born in Wales, her family was originally from Midsomer Norton, Somerset, England. On the US 1900 census his father and mother are listed as to have been born in England/Wales, respectively. However, on the 1871 Wales Census, the father and mother of John Randall were born in Cadoxton and Llangwicke, Glamorgan, Wales, respectively. Therefore, I'm not sure if this is in any way the correct family. Also listed on this 1871 census were three sisters, Catherine, Margaret, and Mary RANDALL. ANY John Randall information would be greatly appreciated. This John Randall DID visit Wales (Tredegar) in 1905 as I have a postcard he sent to his wife, Louisa, from there. He returned from Liverpool to NY on the Cedric (White Star Line)on August 4, arriving in NY on August 12. John Randall died in April, 1908, and is buried in the Nanticoke Cemetery, Nanticoke, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.


 
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