According to Hamlin Town Historian Mary Smith,
"Isaac Randall was one of the earliest permanent settlers
in the present town of Hamlin. He and his brother, Samuel, were
two of only a handful of pioneers who came to the area before
the War of 1812. According to Genesee County land records, Isaac's
119 acre lot, located on the north-east corner of the present
Lake Rd and the Hamlin-Clarkson Town Line, was purchased in 1808
for $603. His brother Samuel, at that time, purchased a 120-acre
lot on the north-west corner of the same road. Residing with
Samuel in 1818, were their father, John Randall, and mother,
the former Anna Roberts, both aged 71 years...."
Isaac later moved to Lenawee County, Michigan,
where he died in 1852. John Randall remained in Western New York.
One source says he died in LeRoy, Genesee County, in 1825.