Urath Randall 1
- Born: 1 Jan 1713
- Marriage (1): Samuel Owings [Sr.] on 1 Jan 1729 in St. Thomas Parish, Baltimore Co., Maryland, (United States)
- Died: 15 Dec 1792, <Baltimore (Anne Arundel)>, Maryland, United States at age 79
- Buried: St. Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, Baltimore, Maryland, (United States) 1
Other names for Urath were Ruth Urath Randall and Ruth Urath.
http://www.fmoran.com/owens.html has name as Urath Randall.
Familysearch has name as Ruth Urath Randall.
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~paxson/southern/owings.html has Urath Randall.
Text from Find A Grave Memorial # 158266947:
Urath was the daughter of Thomas Randall and Hannah (Bale) Randall.
Urath married Samuel Owings, Sr., (1 Apr 1702 - 6 Apr 1775) on 1 Jan 1729.
Urath's mother, Hannah, had inherited a little house, part stone and part log, two rooms below and two above, from her brother, Thomas Bale. It was called "Green Spring Punch." It was on Green Spring Valley Road, east of Reisterstown Road, in the Green Spring Valley. This house was given to Urath upon her marriage. The house was home to the Owings until 1870, and was enlarged and altered over time. Some of the buildings on the farm were still in existence in the 1930s.
Samuel is buried in the Church Yard at St. Thomas' too.
Urath wrote her will on 26 Nov 1792. She mentioned her children Samuel, Thomas, Richard, Rachel (Owings) Stevenson, Urath (Owings) Lawrence, and Hannah (Owings) Stone. She mentioned her grandchildren, Urath Cromwell, Urath Owings, Ruth Owings (widow of Samuel), Urath Stevenson, Elizabeth Lawrence, Deborah Howard, and Beal Owings (son of Christopher). Samuel Owings, Jr., received his father's cane, and her granddaughter, Urath Owings, received 12 pictures. A codicil on 6 Jan 1793 added 14-year-old granddaughter, Martha Stone.
The known children of Samuel and Urath were:
1) Samuel Owings, Jr., (17 Aug 1733 - 1803) married Deborah Todd (Lynch) Owings (died 1810) on 6 Oct 1765. She was the daughter of William Lynch (died 1751). Samuel and Deborah lived at Ulm on Painter's Mill Road, near Reisterstown Road, (now) Owings Mills, Baltimore County, MD. In 1790, Samuel bought the rights to "Green Spring Punch," but gave his mother a life estate in the property.
2) Thomas Owings
3) Richard Owings
4) Rachel (Owings) Stevenson
5) Urath (Owings) Lawrence
6) Hannah (Owings) Cockey Stone (27 July 1750 - 15 June 1817) was married to William Cockey, Jr. (1746 - 1775) on 30 June 1771 by Rev. William Edmondson. He was the son of William Cockey, Sr., and Constant (Ashman) Cockey Randall. Hannah [2nd] married Capt. William Stone on 21 Apr 1778.
No gravestone available. Note from FindaGrave.com:
Note: The general problem they reported is: Cemetery office confirmed that this burial is unmarked. They also reported, specifically: Many early burials lacked precise records, and/or readable monuments.
Urath married Samuel Owings [Sr.], son of Captain Richard Owings "the Settler" and Rachel Beale, on 1 Jan 1729 in St. Thomas Parish, Baltimore Co., Maryland, (United States). (Samuel Owings [Sr.] was born on 1 Apr 1702 in Green Spring Valley, St. Thomas' Parish, Baltimore, Maryland, (United States), died on 6 Apr 1775 in Baltimore Co., Maryland, (United States) and was buried in St. Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, Baltimore, Maryland, United States 2.)
Two sources says married at St. Thomas church or parish in Baltimore. Another says St. Paul's Parish. Which was it? Was St. Paul's the one that was subdivided (or vice versa)?
Marriage year might be 1730.