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Next Slide. Exit. Randalls of the Midwest. The Descendants of Eugene and Eudora Randall. Next Slide. Exit. The parents of Eugene Randall, Albert Davis and Maria (Jayne) Randall were born and raised on Long Island. Albert was born in Ridge and Maria in Smithtown.

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    1. Next Slide Exit Randalls of the Midwest The Descendants of Eugene and Eudora Randall

    2. Next Slide Exit The parents of Eugene Randall, Albert Davis and Maria (Jayne) Randall were born and raised on Long Island. Albert was born in Ridge and Maria in Smithtown. In 1855, Albert and Maria moved to Winona, MN where he was a school teacher, merchant and lawyer. Eugene, their second child was born in 1859. This is a record of the descendants of Eugene Wilson Randall, based on his own compilation and supplemented by his great grandson, Randy Quale.

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    4. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Eugene Wilson Randall was born in Winona, MN. He graduated from Winona State Normal School in 1879, taught in district schools for four years, was principal of Morris High School from 1880 through 1882, and was Editor of the Morris Tribune newspaper from 1882 through 1888. William Eugene and Eudora Stone Randall on Their Wedding Day

    5. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide William Eugene and Eudora Stone Randall

    6. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide He was the Secretary of the Minnesota State Agricultural Society from 1895 through 1907, Dean and Director of the Department of Agriculture of the University of Minnesota in 1907 and 1908. He was also President of the Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Company in St. Paul from 1908 through 1928, then was elected Chairman of the Board, serving until he was 76 years old. He and is wife, Eudora Adelia Stone lived in St. Paul.

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    8. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Clarence Brewster and Mary Proctor Randall

    9. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Clarence was Counsel for the United States Independent Telephone Association and Tri-State Telephone and Telegraph Company

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    11. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Jean Randall Simmons

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    14. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide William Brewster Randall William was the Ramsey County (Minnesota) Attorney from 1959 to 1979.

    15. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Jewel Von Nyvenheim and William Brewster Randall

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    20. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Catherine McDermott and William Brewster Randall

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    24. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Frank Eugene and Stella Lyford Randall

    25. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Frank Eugene Randall was Vice-President of Northwestern Bell.

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    27. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide John Stone Randall John received a B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1934 and an M.B.A. from Amos Tuck School in 1935. He was President of a machine tool manufacturing company and later consultant to capital goods industry

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    30. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Polly Randall Sovia

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    35. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Stella Randall French (standing) and her mother, Polly Randall French (in kitchen)

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    37. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Mercy Randall and Leroy Pike Porterfield

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    39. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Sandra Porterfield and Arthur Edward Larson

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    41. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Joseph and Linda Larson Becker with children, Jennifer and Andrea. Standing is Linda’s sister, Nancy Larson Schmidt.

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    44. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Joseph Wall Porterfield

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    47. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Gordon Lyford Randall

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    50. Next Slide Exit Prev. Slide Janet Randall and Leroy John Quale