JAMES RANDALL, Jr., farmer, P. O. Kasson, is a son of James and Annie (Fields) Randall, natives of New York
State, who came to Harnlin township in 1854, and reared a family of five children, James being the third son. He
was born on the farm, where he now lives, March 4, 1862, and when he was five years old his parents sold the farm
and moved to Tioga county, Penn., where they remained one year, then returned to Hamlin township. and settled on
Marvin creek. James Randall, Jr., the subject of these lines, spent his early days working for his parents, and
in 1884, in company with his brother, Dan, bought back a part of the old farm, which their father had previously
sold. April 26, 1886, Mr. Randall married Miss Sarah Richards. a daughter of Thomas and Catherine (McElwee) Richards,
the former a native of England and the latter of Ireland, who were among the early settlers of Hamlin township.
Mr. and Mrs. Randall are the parents of one child, Wallace J. In 1886 Mr. Randall bought his brother's interest
in the farm, and he is now one of the most prosperous farmers of the township.
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk and Forest,
With Biographical Selections.
J. H. Beers & Co., Publishers
McKean County, PA Biographies
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