(Randall), Lucinda

Lucinda Randall was the wife of John (Jack) Randall of North Stonington, Connecticut. She appears in the 1830 census for North Stonington (aged 24-35) with her husband Jack (also aged 24-35), with a boy under 10, two females, aged 10-23, and woman aged 36-54.  In the next decade, she and her husband had Judith (bc. 1820 Rosalie (bc. 1822) and John (bc. 1822). By 1840, Lucinda, now 36-54, and her husband, also 36-54, having Lucinda (bc. 1836) and Jane (bc. 1838), the census counted their family as now consisting of two girls under 10, two young men and two young women aged10-23 and a woman of color, aged 55-99. One of the persons aged 14-24 was deaf and mute. In 1850, she is listed in the North Stonington census with her husband, Jack, both aged 55, their daughters Judith (30), Rosalie (28), Lucinda (14), and Jane (12).
 
While Lucinda seems to disappear from the documentary record after her enumeration in 1850, she may have been the Lucinda Randall who became the wife of Mark Daniels, marrying him on December 10, 1854.  Lucinda Randal Daniels' appearance in the 1870 Ledyard census with an implied birthdate of 1794 and birthplace of North Stonington suggests strongly this assumption.
 
Brown and Rose, Black Roots, 335.  Federal Enumeration of Connecticut (North Stonington, 1830, 1840, 1850; Ledyard, 1870), Ancestry. 

Alias(es)
Lucinda Randall
Lucinda Daniels