Randal Malin1

(1652 - 1729)

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Relationship8th great-grandfather of The 3 Tracys
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Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
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Birth - Marriage - Death

GroomRandal Malin married Anna Maria Hönig.1
ChildHe was born in 1652, in Cheshire, England.1
BrideElizabeth married Randal Malin circa 1676 in Netherton, Cheshire, England.1
BrideMary Hollingsworth married Randal Malin in 1693.2
DeceasedHe died in 1729 in Upper Providence Township, Chester Co., Province of Pennsylvania, British Middle Colonies.1

Child with Elizabeth:

Immigrant Ancestor

In 1682, Randal Malin and Elizabeth Malin arrived in Upper Providence Township, Chester Co., Province of Pennsylvania, British Middle Colonies. Randal Malin purchased 250 acres in Pennsylvania for £5 from William Penn on March 6 and 7, 1681. Randal and Elizabeth Malin emigrated in 1682 and settled on Ridley Creek in Upper Providence Township, near Media. Some of his descendants lived there for 214 years. Randal also had lot #192 in Philadelphia, adjacent to the present Washington Square.1

Some Life Events of Interest

"On April 26, 1727 Randal signed a deed to his son Jacob "for love & affection" granting him 100 acres on Ridley Creek in Upper Providence and Middletown to have immediately after the decease of Randal. Presumably this is the land on which Jacob was already living. Jacob's will (yeoman of Upper Providence), signed November 3, 1726/7 [sic], proved May 30, 1727, to wife Susanna the use and profits of his 150 acre plantation during widowhood for the support and maintenance of (unnamed) children. Executors Susanna and his brother Isaac Malin; witnessed by his father Randal Malin and Henry MILLER. Jacob and Susanna had 6 children, all born in Upper Providence Township."1


Church AffiliationIn 1725, in Chester Co., Province of Pennsylvania, British Middle Colonies,Randal Malin was members of In 1725, Randal Malin was appointed a Quaker minister and, in 1727, he and Mary moved to Goshen Monthly Meeting.1

Sources - Citations

  1. [S988] WikiTree, online at: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/; Data entered by volunteers and needs verification of sources, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Malin-7; accessed 3 May 2017; citing: Bryant, Abstracts of Chester County Pennsylvania Land Records, 1:9, citing A1:B45. The deed was recorded July 9, 1688; Dunn, et al, Penn Papers, 2:648; Gambert, Judy A. Randal Malin: A Quaker, from Cheshire, England to Chester (now Delaware) Co., Pa. and His Descendants. Utica, Ky: McDowell Pubs, 1998. Print; Quaker Calander; Chester Monthly Meeting Births and Deaths, p. 2, Family History Library MR-Ph99; Radnor Monthly Meeting Deaths, p. 8, Family History Library, MR-Ph99; Chester Monthly Meeting Death Records. Family History Library, MR-Ph92; Smith, Futhey and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania: with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches. Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1881. Print. Page 648, < https://archive.org/stream/cu31924005813518#page/n917/mode/1up >; Myers, Albert C. Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750: With Their Early History in Ireland. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co, 1969. Print. Page 314,. < https://archive.org/stream/immigrationofiri00myer#page/314/mode/1up >
  2. [S988] WikiTree, online at: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Hollingsworth-7; accessed 3 May 2017;.
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