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Randolph, Martha Jefferson 1772-1836

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Works: 366 works in 400 publications in 1 language and 5,712 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Surveys  Portraits  Maps  Genealogy  Photographs  Pictorial works  Personal narratives‡vConfederate  Observations 
Roles: Author
Classifications: E332.25,
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Most widely held works about Martha Jefferson Randolph
 
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Most widely held works by Martha Jefferson Randolph
Letter : to her granddaughter Cary Anne Nicholas Randolph Ruffin, Edgehill by Martha Jefferson Randolph( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In her letter, Randolph makes arrangements for a journey and describes her travels through Fredericksburg and Gordonsville, Virginia, and earlier in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington
Additional papers of the Randolph family of Edgehill( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

There is also correspondence of Dabney Carr and of Wilson Cary Nicholas together with a farm journal of Nicholas; a memoir about Edmund Randolph and letters from Randolph to James Monroe concerning debts of Wilson Cary Nicholas; an article about a dispute between Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr. and John Randolph of Roanoke; and a journal of Cornelia Taylor describing life during Reconstruction and the burning of Lego
An American wedding journey in 1825 by Harold Jefferson Coolidge( )

1 edition published in 1929 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers of Nicholas Philip Trist by Nicholas Philip Trist( )

2 editions published in 1986 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Also a page by Trist containing notes on thermometers and a table of weights, and a list of "prognostics of weather" copied from Jefferson's Farm Book; an address leaf to Jefferson, a copy by Trist of Jefferson's notes criticizing the writings of Baron d'Holbach; a page in Trist's hand headed "Sully on feeding horses. Franklin journal May 1827"; Trist's list of the contents of Jefferson's presses addressed to him at Monticello; and a page titled "Division of my day" by Trist
Letter to Martha Jefferson, l'Abbaye royale de Panthemont by Thomas Jefferson( )

2 editions published in 1787 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Jefferson writes to his daughter accepting an invitation to ride
Cookbook of Martha Jefferson Randolph by Martha Jefferson Randolph( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Recipes copied by unidentified person from Martha Jefferson's cookbook
Letters to Virginia Jefferson Randolph Trist by Martha Jefferson Randolph( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Also included are five letter wrappers addressed to Thomas Jefferson, one of which is franked by William Wirt as Attorney General of the U.S
Papers of the Trist, Randolph, and Burke families( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

There is considerable genealogical information in the letters of Nicholas Browse Trist and Martha Jefferson Trist Burke and much about the game of whist. Of interest is a letter from Thomas Mann Randolph re the suicide of a slave and his theories of slave discipline
Thomas Jefferson note and letter to Martha Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In an October 1786 note, Jefferson tells his daughter what time he will call for her. In a letter, 4 November 1786, Jefferson asks her to obtain permission to come to dinner
Album of poems written in by friends and family of Thomas Jefferson's descendants by Mary Elizabeth Cleland Randolph Eppes( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The album appears to have belonged to Hore Browse Trist, who presented it to Francis Wayles Eppes, in 1820 who presented it to his bride in 1823. Among those who wrote in the album at "Edgehill," "Poplar Forest," "Mill Brook," "Locust Grove," "Leau Noir," and "Monticello" are Cornelia Jefferson Randolph, Virginia Randolph Cary, Virginia Jefferson Randolph Trist, Nicholas Philip Trist, Martha Jefferson Randolph, Jane Hollins Nicholas Randolph, Jane Cary Randolph and Septimia Anne Cary Randolph Meikleham
Papers of the Randolph family of Edgehill( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The collection includes deeds, plats, patents, and other legal papers concerning lands in Albemarle, Fluvanna, Goochland, Henrico, and Powhatan Counties, several of which establish the chain of title to Edgehill. Deeds for land owned by the Randolph Family (Richard Randolph, Jr., Thomas Mann Randolph, Thomas Jefferson Randolph), the Eppes Family (Francis Eppes, Richard Eppes, and William Eppes), and the Nicholas Family (John Nicholas, George Nicholas, and Robert Carter Nicholas.) Of interest is a plat of the town of Beverley, Henrico County, surveyed by Peter Jefferson (1751 June 6) and a survey of Thomas Bryan Martin's land (1762 March 29) The survey is of the Manor of Greenway Court, a tract of 8840 acres in Frederick County granted to Martin by Thomas Lord Fairfax, made in connection with the lawsuit of Thomas B. Martin vs. Peter Wolf, defendant in an ejection suit. (Perhaps used after 1762 in an early case, not listed in T.J.'s Case Book.)
Family correspondence between Maria Eppes, Thomas Jefferson, and the following Randolphs by Thomas M Randolph( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ann Carey, Judith, Martha Jefferson, Mary, and Thomas Mann, and Elizabeth, Nicholas P., and Virginia Randolph Trist. Half the letters are between Martha Jefferson Randolph and her son-in-law Nicholas P. Trist. This selection contains all the references to Thomas Mann and his wife Martha in the Nicholas P. Trist Papers in the Southern Historical Collection in the University of North Carolina Library. Microfilm
Papers pertaining to Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Mann Randolph and Monticello( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The collection also contains manuscripts [by Thomas Mann Randolph?] including a tirade against depsotic rulers and their schemes; a draft political essay in the guise of a letter to the editor of the "Patriote francois," 1792, attempting to disassociate the American people from the anti-republican views expressed by Gouverneur Morris; a draft letter to an unidentified newspaper editor claiming President Washington has deviated from former views and is too attached to British and monarchical principles; and a similar in content draft resolution in defense of the Constitution from threats by proponents of British and monarchical principles, probably ca. 1793 in response to the Citizen Genet affair
Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence touches on a variety of topics that engaged Jefferson's interest, especially education in Virginia, including plans for the University, its construction, finances, faculty, equipment purchases and library; the constitution of the U.S. and the rights of states; national government and finances, including the Bank of the U.S. Other subjects are the study of languages, British strategy in the Revolutionary war, decorations at the White House, news of family and friends, a legal case, purchases including scuppernong wine, and taxes
Negatives of 100 Jefferson portraits, scenes from his life, signed documents( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Collection includes Jefferson to Martha Jefferson Randolph 1787 June 14; Jefferson to Edmund Genet 1793 August 16; Edmund Genet to Jefferson 1797; Jefferson to Thomas Paine, 1808 July 17, commenting on the Embargo; and Jefferson's first inaugural speech, 1801 March 4
Randolph-Meikleham family papers by Septimia Randolph Meikleham( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Of particular note are letters from Meriwether Lewis Randolph concerning life in the frontier town of Little Rock, Ark., including fighting off wolves; a letter, 28 August 1825, from John Hemings, a slave, to Septimia Randolph pertaining to the grounds at Poplar Forest; a letter, ca. 1829, from Martha Jefferson Randolph, Lynchburg, Va., to Septimia Randolph, Edgehill, Va., providing an account of her trip to Lynchburg, sewing; and a letter from George Wythe Randolph, 1860 October 14, speculating on the effect of Lincoln's election on the South
Jefferson family receipt and letter( )

1 edition published in 1817 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The letter is accompanied by a signed note of Martha Jefferson Randolph giving direrctions for preparing the charcoal remedy and noting its efficacy for sick headache, acidity of the stomach, dyspepsia and billious[ness]
Papers of the Randolph family of Edgehill and Wilson Cary Nicholas( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The collection also contains an announcement of the first session of the University of Virginia; a photostat of a list in Jefferson's hand [1811?] of current prices for tobacco from Virginia, Maryland and Kentucy, cotton and rice found with a John Barnes letter; an undated petition to the General Assembly for education slaves before manumission; draft articles/ notes on military bounties and presidential pardons; a Jefferson lottery ticket; and a ghost story
List of her schoolmates at the Abbaye Royale de Panthemont, Paris, together with a later memorandum on one of the girls by Martha Jefferson Trist Burke by Martha Jefferson Randolph( )

1 edition published in 1787 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers of Thomas Jefferson and the Jefferson and Randolph families by Thomas Jefferson( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers of the Jefferson and Randolph families include letters, copies of Jefferson family indentures, 1736 and 1741; between William Randolph and Peter Jefferson; a $30.00 Continental note, issued in Baltimore, 1777; and a receipt signed by Thomas Jefferson
 
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Alternative Names
Jefferson, Martha

Jefferson, Martha 1772-1836

Jefferson, Patsy

Jefferson, Patsy 1772-1836

Marta Cefferson Rendolf

Martha Jefferson Randolph Acting First Lady of the United States

Martha Jefferson Randolph Amerikaans politicus

Martha Jefferson Randolph first lady statunitense

Martha Jefferson Randolph personnalité politique américaine

Martha Jefferson Randolph político estadounidense

Martha Jefferson Randolph US-amerikanesch Politikerin

Martha Jefferson Randolph US-amerikanische First Lady (1801–1809)

Martha Jeffersonius Randolphius

Martha Jeffersonová Randolphová

Martha Washington Jefferson Randolph

Randolph, Martha

Randolph, Patsy

Randolph, Patsy 1772-1836

Randolph, Thomas Mann 1772-1836 Mrs

Randolph, Thomas Mann, Mrs., 1772-1836

Марта Джеферсън

Марта Джефферсон

Марта Джефферсон Рендольф

Марта Джэферсан Рэндальф

Рендольф, Марта Джефферсон

מרתה ג'פרסון רנדולף

مارتا جفرسن رندولف سیاست‌مدار آمریکایی

مارتھا جیفرسن رانڈلف

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