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Randolph family

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Works: 549 works in 694 publications in 1 language and 5,466 library holdings
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Genealogy : of descendants of Sir John Randolph by Randolph family( )

2 editions published in 1889 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Genealogy, ca. 1889, of the descendants of Sir John Randolph, including the Preston family
Diary of Carter H. Harrison by Carter H Harrison( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Describes life at Dalmont plantation, Albemarle County, Va., upon Carter H. Harrison's move to the estate in 1834, including political discussions, church services, social activities with the members of the Jefferson and Randolph families and an account of his son Henry's horseback riding accident. Collection also includes an updated fragment of observations on Mississippi's right to regulate her slave trade
Autograph album by Lillie M Browne( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Commonplace book given to Browne, Edgehill, Albemarle Co., Va., by Gertrude E. Pond with entries by several members of the Randolph family
Papers by Randolph family( )

1 edition published in 1822 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection contains a letter, 1822 Sept. 4, from M. Randolph to Anne Payne Cutts regarding a job in the land office for a Beverley [Randolph?]; and a draft, n.d., in the hand of Thomas Mann Randolph, written on the verso of an address leaf from Thomas Jefferson to Randolph and franked by Jefferson. The draft concerns Richmond lawyers and merchants arousing dissension among the citizens over unpopular government measures
by Randolph family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bills, receipts, and other papers (1823, 1831-1884), of William Fitz Randolph (1801-1886) and his father, David Fitz Randolph (1772-1852); receipts concerning the estate of his father-in-law, Stelle Fitz Randolph (1761-1822); and other papers. Places represented include Edison Township, Metuchen, Plainfield, and New Brunswick, N.J
Howard, Comer, and Randolph families papers by Comer (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of nineteen cased images of various family members, one leather-bound, clasped album of photographs, 24 letters relating to the Howard-Comer-Randolph families, loose photographs of the Howard family, Comer family, Randolph family, and the Lyon-Devore-Boland and Whitehead families
Meeks-Randolph-Whitfield papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers deal with Bethel, Belvoir, and occasionally Falkland townships in the northwest corner of Pitt County, and pertain primarily to property along Grindle and Conetoe creeks. Papers from 1768-1849 belong to the Meeks and Randolph families. In addition to land documents, papers include a 1788 surveyor's map and an 1845 business letter and account statement with information on the sale of cotton, corn, and naval stores on the New York market. Post-Civil War documents pertain to the family of George B. Whitfield and are predominantly legal documents pertaining primarily to a 1902 lawsuit over the ownership of 5,000 acres of land. Other materials concern the creation of a public road from Conetoe Creek, the changing land prices from the 18th to the early 20th century, and mortgages and seizures of property for nonpayment of debts and taxes. Also discussed are crops, livestock, timber, and a bond issue for the Greenville Graded School
by John T Harris( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence from constituents, much of it expressing pro-Union sentiment in the period just prior to the outbreak of the Civil War, speeches delivered to Congress, election returns, political broadsides and handbills, as well as personal and family papers, deeds, will, genealogical material, clippings, photos, and other papers; together with papers of the Randolph family, consisting chiefly of letters (1844-1884) to Peyton Randolph (1833-1888), including those from his mother, Susan Armistead Randolph (1810-1884), giving detailed accounts of political and social life in Washington, D.C., in the 1850s, and letters (1850-1853) from Henry Force describing a surveying expedition to present-day New Mexico and Arizona; and papers (1771-1835) of James Clarkson, consisting chiefly of Albermarle County, Va., legal documents
Papers by Randolph family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection centers on Janet Cleland "Cle" (Horner) Weaver (1822- 1895) of Warrenton, Va., and her daughter, Janet Henderson (Weaver) Randolph (1848-1927) of Warrenton and Richmond, Va. Letters, ca. 1843- 1876, to "Cle" from female family members and others discuss family news, her work as a nurse during the Civil War, and the estates of her father and husband. Letters, 1860-1926, to Janet concern family matters and genealogy. A few papers pertain to other family members
by Randolph family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"Bills, receipts, etc., for taxes, medical care, tuition, newspaper subscriptions, etc., of William Fitz Randolph, 1823(1831)-1884. Bills, receipts, etc., of David Fitz Randolph (1772-1852), his father, for building supplies, etc., 1828(1834)-1852. Receipts concerning estate of Stelle Fitz Randolph (1761-1822), William's father-in-law, and other papers, 1796(1825)-1838. Miscellany, 1841-1871."
Randolph and Yates family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection is chiefly letters to and from members of Sarah Ann Yates Randolph Stewart's immediate family and members of the related French, Stewart, Thornton, and Ventress families, primarily at locations in Virginia, Mississippi, and Louisiana. The letters discuss family matters; school; legal affairs, particularly attendance at court in Mississippi; the weather; and other topics. There is one Civil War letter, 1864, about Confederate Army supplies at Natchitoches, La. Also included are a chart and accompanying note, dated June 1852, by George Edward French, Jr., which provide genealogical information and show French's line of descent from Peter Randolph
Papers of the Randolph family of Millwood by Randolph family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In addition to the correspondence there are some receipts and miscellaneous items including recipes, invitations, poems, a diagram of a property lot, a speech, and a sermon
Wood-Randolph family personal papers by Wood family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The letters of Richard D. Wood discuss business as well as family matters, especially as he begins training his sons to enter the family firms. He refers to many of his business ventures, including the Millville Furnace and the Millville Manufacturing Company cotton factory, his investments in the Allentown and Cambria Iron Companies, his directorships in the Schuylkill Navigation Company and Pennsylvania Railroad Company, the promotion of the Millville and Glassboro Railroad, and other investments. Many of the letters are written home while on trips that combined business and pleasure, including a cotton-buying journey through Tennessee and Alabama, and to Manchester, London, and Paris. Towards the end of his life, the Woods and their younger children took an extended trip to Egypt and the Holy Land, returning through Europe. Richard D. Wood also socialized with his extended family, especially with his brothers Dr. George Bacon Wood, an eminent physician and professor of medicine, and Horatio Curtis Wood
by Randolph family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Francis B. Harrison by Francis Burton Harrison( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

These include a copy of a 1735 letter from Colonel William Byrd to Sir John Randolph requesting Williamsburg news; a copy of a 1763 letter from Colonel Wilson Cary to his daugter Elizabeth Fairfax; letters, 1832-34, from John Harrison to Jesse B. Harrison re New Orleans friends; and letters, 1836-1843, from Archibald Cary to family describing trips to the north, mid-west and deep South, business, and the Panic of 1837
Randolph-de Potestad family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence between Mary G. Randolph and her sister Margaret H. Randolph, as well as personal letters and papers of Robert and Alice de Potestad. The bulk of undated materials relates to the Randolph sisters. The Randolph materials (1826-1830) relate to family matters and social events taking place at Tuckahoe Plantation (Goochland County), Prospect Hill, Richmond, and Williamsburg, Virginia. The de Potestad correspondence (1902-1913), between Robert and Alice, discusses family matters, events at "Dalton" (Ellicott City, Maryland), a business trip to Madrid and Lisbon by Robert, and the birth of a daughter to Alice's father
Randolph family papers by Randolph family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mainly correspondence of Thomas Lyman Randolph with other members of his family in Virginia and elsewhere
 
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Scandal at Bizarre : rumor and reputation in Jefferson's America
Alternative Names
Fitz Randolph family

Randelph family

Randolf family

Randolfe family

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English (119)