NATHANIEL RANDALL , of Lee, NH, and
Hezekiah born March 28, 1745, married
William born 1750, in Lee, NH,
settled in Canterbury, NH, and died there.
Mary born August 19, 1753, in Lee, NH
; married William LASKEY.
Jonathan born 1755 in Lee, NH,
married a FRENCH, of Deerfield, NH,
and settled in Piermont, NH.
Gideon born 1758, married Mary
*Moses born June 20, 1747 Durham, NH,
and died April 9, 1809 Conway, NH;
1st Marriage 1771, Agnes FORREST
2nd Marriage 1784, Lydia AMES
*MOSES RANDALL and AGNES FORREST
Moses RANDALL was the second child of
Nathaniel RANDALL and Mary
Moses was the first occupant of the
late Lancaster Place, near Union Bridge,
Sanbornton, NH.He was one of the very early
settlers, and in 1797 located on the
intervale of North Conway below Sunset Hill
on the place where his grandson, William
Randall was residing (1889). He was
accompanied by his sons William and
John and daughters Hannah and
Polly. The journey was made with oxen
along spotted roads. The next year his son
Nathaniel came the same route on
Mr. Randall (Moses) was an active
worker, developed a log house and a fine
farm north of his brother, on the Saco
Interval , and passed his life on the same
place where he first located and there died
April 3, 1809, in his 62nd year. His son
William located where the Sunset
Pavilion stands. (The site of the present
day Eastern Slope inn). John succeeded to
the home farm. Nathaniel lived north of the
Sunset Pavilion, on the other side of the
river road. Moses Randall's
wife, Agnes FORREST was buried in the
old cemetery of Sanbornton.
An inventory of citizens listed in
Sanbornton, 1794--included Moses "RENDALL".
Also including: 41 of polls, 218 acres
arable land, 418 mowing land 545 acres
pasture, 65 horses, 125 oxen, 149 cows, and
7 mills in the town.
Moses RANDALL was a NH private of the
Revolutionary War in Captain SHEPHERDS
Children of Moses RANDALL:
1. William, born Oct. 7, 1772,
resided at North Conway. Married Betsy
Eliza, born Jan 7, 1812, married
Willey THOMPSON of the KEARSAGE HOUSE.
(twin) Mary born Jan 7, 1812.
Ellison FORREST born April 17,__ died
June 5, 1803.
Anne, born Jan. 2, 1805, died March
1847, age 42.
Lydia, born July 1, died Nov. 27,
2. Nathaniel, born July 5, 1774,
married Susanna KNIGHT, of Durham;
was "captain", and died November 28, 1858 at
Agnes Forrest, born August 22, 1800,
married Samuel FORREST, of
George Knight, born Sept. 21, 1798.
Married Martha Haynes MERRILL. Their
son James T. RANDALL operated the
RANDALL HOUSE, North Conway..
Sukey K., born Dec. 6, 1802, married
William Harrison, born March 14 died
Sept. 30, 1814.
Betsy Forrest, born Sept 1, 1815
married Luther WHITAKER.
Hannah, born Nov. 16, 1804, married
3. *Molly (Polly) born Feb 5, 1777
Sanbornton, NH; married Joseph MASON
of Conway, NH.
Betsy Forrest (MASON), married
William PAGE, of East Concord, NH; died
Hannah (Mason) .
John Randall (MASON), married and
died in Conway.
William Randall (MASON), died in
Biddeford, Maine, nine children.
Moses Randall (MASON), resided in
Waterford, Maine, six children.
Nathaniel Randall (MASON), proprietor
of the North Conway House. ; married
Ruth HUTCHINS, Fryeburg, Maine.
Freeman Hutchins MASON, resides at
North Conway; keeper of the ""Sunset
Pavilion" Hotel, with his brother Francis,
Le Roy (MASON).
Mahlon Lee (MASON), proprietor of the
"SUNSET PAVILION", born April 21, 1846,
North Conway, NH., married Ellen (Mc)ROBERTS
born Oct. 5, 1850, North Conway, NH
Mangum Edson (MASON), Died AGED 18.
Nathaniel (MASON), died young.
4. Hannah, born November 26, 1779,
married Stephen WHITAKER of Conway,
NH; one son, George, of South
5. John Forrest, born December 28,
1781; "Led a two year colt all the way
from Sanbornton!" Was a blacksmith in North
Conway. Married Abiah CARLETON
and died Dec. 1826, age 45. Four children:
Samuel Carleton, born Jan. 17, 1810.
Rebekah Carleton, b. July 18, 1812,
died Dec. 1829 in her 18th year.
Moses, born Feb. 3, 1816, married
Irene SHACKFORD, of Eaton, NH.
William, born April 23, 1823; married
Ann WHITE of Bartlett.
6. Anna born Feb. 11, died Feb 1784.
Resources-HISTORY OF CARROLL COUNTY,by
Georgia Drew Merrill p-850
RUNNELS AND REYNOLDS MEMORIAL,
by M. T. Runnels. pgs 122-132
HISTORY OF SANBORNTON VOL. II.
Publish 1881. By Rev. M. T.