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Mary Randolph, b. at Turkey Island, 1692. Married (1712) Capt. John Stith. Their only son, Rev. William Stith, was president of William and Mary College and historian of Va. He wrote his "History of Virginia" in 1740; died at William and Mary College, 1752. He married (Feb. 1744) Judith Randolph, of Tuckahoe. Mary Stith, daughter of Capt. John Stith and Mary, née Randolph, married Rev. William Dawson, D. D., second president of William and Mary College. Their daughter, Mary Dawson, married Ludwell Grymes. Their daughter, Mary, married Rev. Walker Maury, of Norfolk, Va. Their daughter, Anne, married Maj. Isaac Hite. 9. Elizabeth Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1695, youngest child of Col. William Randolph and Mary, née Isham, Married (1711) Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point on James River. She was his second wife and d. Jan. 22, 1720. Among other children they had: Mary Bland, b. 1712. Married (1728) Henry Lee, of Lee Hall. Their third son and fourth child was Henry Lee, Jr., b. 1733. Married (1755) Lucy Grymes (Washington's "Lowland Beauty"). Their son was Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee, father of the illustrious Gen. Robert E. Lee. Richard Bland, Jr., of Jordan's Point on James River, was member of the House of Burgesses; was in the Convention of 1775, and member of the first American Congress at Philadelphia. He married Anne Poythress. Theodoric Bland, youngest child of Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point, and Elizabeth, née Randolph, b. 1720, just before his mother died. II. William Randolph, known as Councillor Randolph of Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., eldest child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. 1681; d. Oct. 19, 1741. He inherited Turkey Island and was buried there. On the slab which covers his grave there is a lengthy inscription, which can be found in the Page Family History. Councillor William Randolph married (1705) Elizabeth Peyton Beverly, daughter of Peter Beverly and Eliza Peyton, his wife, of Gloucester Co., Va. Issue five children: 1. Beverly Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1706, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton. Married (1734) a Miss Lightfoot, and d. without issue. 2. Peter Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1708, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, lived at Chatsworth. Married (1733) Lucy Bolling, daughter of Robert Bolling, and had four children, viz.: William, Beverly, Robert and Ann. Beverly was b. at Chatsworth 1734, and married Martha Cooke. He died at his residence "Green Creek," in Feb. 1797. He succeeded Edmond Randolph as Gov. of Virginia, Dec. 1, 1788, and served until Dec. 1, 1791. He was succeeded by Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee. 3. William Randolph, b. 1710, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, settled at "Milton," Henrico Co., Va. Married (1735) Anne, daughter of Benj. Harrison, of Berkley on James River, Virginia, and Anne, née Carter. Issue: 1. William Randolph, b. 1736. 2. Peyton Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1763) his cousin, Lucy Harrison. They had three children: Betty Randolph, Kidder Randolph and Peyton Randolph, who married Anne, daughter of James Innes, Atty. Gen. of Va. His only son, James Innes Randolph, married Susan, daughter of Capt. Addison Armistead, U. S. Army. 3. Anne Randolph, b. 1740. Married (1760) Benj. Harrison, of Brandon, on James River, Va. No issue. 4. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1742. Married (1762) Philip Grymes, of Middlesex Co., Va. 5. Lucy Randolph, b. 1744. Married (1764) Lewis Burwell, of King's Mill, York Co., Va. 4. Daughter Randolph, daughter of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, b 1718. Married - Price. 5. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1725. Married (1745) Col. John Chiswell and had four children: 1. Lucy Chiswell, married (Nov. 24, 1770) Col. William Nelson of "The Dorrile," Hanover Co., Va.; 2. Susan R. Chiswell, married Speaker John Robinson, of the Virginia House of Burgesses, and had issue; 3. Daughter Chiswell, married Warren Lewis, 4. Elizabeth Chiswell, married Charles Carter, of Ludlow. Col. John Chiswell and Elizabeth, née Randolph, had no sons, so the name of Chiswell as a surname in Virginia is extinet. It is believed it was originally written De Choiseul. II. Thomas Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, Goochland Co., Va., second son and child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. at Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., 1683. He married (1710) Judith Churchill, of Middlesex Co., Va. There appears to be some uncertainty as to who Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe married. Rev. Philip Slaughter in his "History of Bristol Parish," p. 214, and Browning in his "Americans of Royal Deseent," both say she was a Miss Fleming. On the other hand, Mrs. Ellen Wayles Randolph Harrison, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., states her name was Judith Churchill, and that no marriage took place between Randolp and Fleming until a later period. Mr. Wilson M. Cary agrees with her. The children of Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe and Judith Churchill were three-namely: 1. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe in 1712. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, only daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, Gloucester Co., Va., and Judith Wormeley, his first wife. 2. Judith Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1724. Married (Feb. 1744) Rev. Wm. Stith, president of William and Mary College. 3. Mary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1726. Married (1746) William Keith. These were ancestors of Chief Justice John Marshall. III. William Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, eldest son of Thomas Randolph and Judith, née Churchill, b. 1712; d. 1745. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, and Judith, née Wormeley, his first wife. Issue four children: 1. Mary Judith Randolph, b. 1736. Married (1756) Edmond Berkeley, Jr., of Barn Elms, Middlesex Co., Va. (was his first wife). He was the eldest son of Col. Edmond Berkeley and Mary, née Nelson, daughter of Thomas Nelson, of Yorktown, Va., known as Scotch Tom, and Margaret, née Reid, his first wife, who married Joseph Clayton. Edmond Berkeley, Jr., married, secondly, Mary Burwell. Issue: Norbourn, Carter, William, Betsey, who married Churchill; Lucy, who married Hepanon; Alice, who married Fontaine; Sally, and Lewis. 2. Mary Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1758) Tarlton Fleming, of Rock Castle, Goochland Co., Va. This was the first connection between the Randolphs and Flemings. 3. Thomas Mann Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe on James River 1741, only son of William Randolph, of Tuckahoe. He married (1761) Anne Cary. 4. Priscilla Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, unmarried. IV. Thomas Mann Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, only son of William Randolph of Tuckahoe and Maria Judith, née Page, was b. 1741. Married, first (Nov. 18, 1761), Anne, eldest child of Col. Archibald Cary, of Ampthill, Chesterfield Co., Va., and Mary, née Randolph, of Curls Neck on James River, Henrico Co., Va. Issue, thirteen children: 1. Mary Randolph, b. Aug. 9, 1762. Married (1782) David Meade Randolph, of Presque Isle on James River, Va. She was known as "the Queen." Of their children, Beverly was a clerk in the United States Treasury, at Washington, D. C., and three of this sons, James, Maury and Richard, were in the employment of the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co. 2. Henry Cary Randolph, b. 1763; d. in infancy. 3. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1765. Married (1785) Robert Pleasants, of Filmer. 4. Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., Gov. of Va., b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., 1767; removed to Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va.Married (1790) Martha Jefferson, daughter of Thomas Jefferson, President of U. S. 5. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1769, Married (1794) Lucy Bolling Randolph, daughter of Beverly Randolph, of Cumberland Co., Va. Left two sons, viz.: 1. William Fitzhugh Randolph. Married Jane Cary Harrison, of Clifton, Cumberland Co., Va. She became entirely blind. Her two sons, Beverly Randolph and William Easton Randolph, resided near her at Millwood, Clarke Co., Va. William married Susan Randolph, daughter of Dr. Robert C. Randolph, of Newmarket, Clarke Co., Va. Her only daughter married George Tabb, of Gloucester Co., Va. 2. Beverly Randolph married Miss Mayor, of Pennsylvania. They left one son, William Mayor Randolph, who removed to St. Louis, Mo. 6. Archibald Cary Randolph, b. 1771; d. in infancy. 7. Judith Randolph, b. 1773. Married (1793) her cousin, Richard Randolph, of Bigarre, who was a brother of John Randolph of Roanoke. They had one son, who was a deaf mute; who left a large property to be divided among his heirs-at-law. Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., received forly dollars from the executors. 8. Anne Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1775. Married (1795) Gouverneur Morris, of Morrisania, N. Y., U. S. minister to France. 9. Jane Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1777. Married (1797) Thomas Eston Randolph, of Bristol, Eng., and had six children: 1. Mann Randolph, Capt. U. S. Navy. 2. Dr. James Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Heywood. 3. Lucy Randolph. Married Mr. Parkhill, of Jacksonville, Fla. 4. Harriet Randolph. Married Dr. Willis. No issue. 5. Elizabeth Randolph. Married Francis Wayles Eppes. 6. Dr. Arthur Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Duval, and left children. 10. Dr. John Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va. 1779; removed to Middle Quarter, in the same county. He married (1804) Judith Lewis, of Amelia Co., Va. Their eldest son, William Lewis Randolph, married Margaret, daughter of Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., and had issue: a. William L. Randolph, Jr. Married (1866) Agnes Dillon, of Savannah, Ga. They reside near Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., Va., and have five children. b. Margaret Randolph. Married Edward C. Randolph and left four children. 11. George Washington Randolph, b. 1781; d. an infant. 12. Harriet Randolph, b. 1783. Married (about 1803) H. Richard Harkley, of New York. Consul to Cadiz. He d. leaving two daughters-one of whom married Capt. Talcott and had several children. One son, Randolph Talcott, lived in Richmond. 13. Virginia Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., Jan. 31, 1786. She married at Monticello, Albemarle Co., Va. (Aug. 28, 1805), Wilson Jefferson Cary, of Carysbrooke, Fluvanna Co., Va. He was a great-nephew of Thomas Jefferson, President of United States. They had five children. -------------------- Mary Randolph, b. at Turkey Island, 1692. Married (1712) Capt. John Stith. Their only son, Rev. William Stith, was president of William and Mary College and historian of Va. He wrote his "History of Virginia" in 1740; died at William and Mary College, 1752. He married (Feb. 1744) Judith Randolph, of Tuckahoe. Mary Stith, daughter of Capt. John Stith and Mary, née Randolph, married Rev. William Dawson, D. D., second president of William and Mary College. Their daughter, Mary Dawson, married Ludwell Grymes. Their daughter, Mary, married Rev. Walker Maury, of Norfolk, Va. Their daughter, Anne, married Maj. Isaac Hite. 9. Elizabeth Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1695, youngest child of Col. William Randolph and Mary, née Isham, Married (1711) Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point on James River. She was his second wife and d. Jan. 22, 1720. Among other children they had: Mary Bland, b. 1712. Married (1728) Henry Lee, of Lee Hall. Their third son and fourth child was Henry Lee, Jr., b. 1733. Married (1755) Lucy Grymes (Washington's "Lowland Beauty"). Their son was Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee, father of the illustrious Gen. Robert E. Lee. Richard Bland, Jr., of Jordan's Point on James River, was member of the House of Burgesses; was in the Convention of 1775, and member of the first American Congress at Philadelphia. He married Anne Poythress. Theodoric Bland, youngest child of Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point, and Elizabeth, née Randolph, b. 1720, just before his mother died. II. William Randolph, known as Councillor Randolph of Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., eldest child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. 1681; d. Oct. 19, 1741. He inherited Turkey Island and was buried there. On the slab which covers his grave there is a lengthy inscription, which can be found in the Page Family History. Councillor William Randolph married (1705) Elizabeth Peyton Beverly, daughter of Peter Beverly and Eliza Peyton, his wife, of Gloucester Co., Va. Issue five children: 1. Beverly Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1706, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton. Married (1734) a Miss Lightfoot, and d. without issue. 2. Peter Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1708, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, lived at Chatsworth. Married (1733) Lucy Bolling, daughter of Robert Bolling, and had four children, viz.: William, Beverly, Robert and Ann. Beverly was b. at Chatsworth 1734, and married Martha Cooke. He died at his residence "Green Creek," in Feb. 1797. He succeeded Edmond Randolph as Gov. of Virginia, Dec. 1, 1788, and served until Dec. 1, 1791. He was succeeded by Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee. 3. William Randolph, b. 1710, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, settled at "Milton," Henrico Co., Va. Married (1735) Anne, daughter of Benj. Harrison, of Berkley on James River, Virginia, and Anne, née Carter. Issue: 1. William Randolph, b. 1736. 2. Peyton Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1763) his cousin, Lucy Harrison. They had three children: Betty Randolph, Kidder Randolph and Peyton Randolph, who married Anne, daughter of James Innes, Atty. Gen. of Va. His only son, James Innes Randolph, married Susan, daughter of Capt. Addison Armistead, U. S. Army. 3. Anne Randolph, b. 1740. Married (1760) Benj. Harrison, of Brandon, on James River, Va. No issue. 4. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1742. Married (1762) Philip Grymes, of Middlesex Co., Va. 5. Lucy Randolph, b. 1744. Married (1764) Lewis Burwell, of King's Mill, York Co., Va. 4. Daughter Randolph, daughter of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, b 1718. Married - Price. 5. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1725. Married (1745) Col. John Chiswell and had four children: 1. Lucy Chiswell, married (Nov. 24, 1770) Col. William Nelson of "The Dorrile," Hanover Co., Va.; 2. Susan R. Chiswell, married Speaker John Robinson, of the Virginia House of Burgesses, and had issue; 3. Daughter Chiswell, married Warren Lewis, 4. Elizabeth Chiswell, married Charles Carter, of Ludlow. Col. John Chiswell and Elizabeth, née Randolph, had no sons, so the name of Chiswell as a surname in Virginia is extinet. It is believed it was originally written De Choiseul. II. Thomas Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, Goochland Co., Va., second son and child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. at Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., 1683. He married (1710) Judith Churchill, of Middlesex Co., Va. There appears to be some uncertainty as to who Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe married. Rev. Philip Slaughter in his "History of Bristol Parish," p. 214, and Browning in his "Americans of Royal Deseent," both say she was a Miss Fleming. On the other hand, Mrs. Ellen Wayles Randolph Harrison, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., states her name was Judith Churchill, and that no marriage took place between Randolp and Fleming until a later period. Mr. Wilson M. Cary agrees with her. The children of Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe and Judith Churchill were three-namely: 1. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe in 1712. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, only daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, Gloucester Co., Va., and Judith Wormeley, his first wife. 2. Judith Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1724. Married (Feb. 1744) Rev. Wm. Stith, president of William and Mary College. 3. Mary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1726. Married (1746) William Keith. These were ancestors of Chief Justice John Marshall. III. William Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, eldest son of Thomas Randolph and Judith, née Churchill, b. 1712; d. 1745. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, and Judith, née Wormeley, his first wife. Issue four children: 1. Mary Judith Randolph, b. 1736. Married (1756) Edmond Berkeley, Jr., of Barn Elms, Middlesex Co., Va. (was his first wife). He was the eldest son of Col. Edmond Berkeley and Mary, née Nelson, daughter of Thomas Nelson, of Yorktown, Va., known as Scotch Tom, and Margaret, née Reid, his first wife, who married Joseph Clayton. Edmond Berkeley, Jr., married, secondly, Mary Burwell. Issue: Norbourn, Carter, William, Betsey, who married Churchill; Lucy, who married Hepanon; Alice, who married Fontaine; Sally, and Lewis. 2. Mary Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1758) Tarlton Fleming, of Rock Castle, Goochland Co., Va. This was the first connection between the Randolphs and Flemings. 3. Thomas Mann Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe on James River 1741, only son of William Randolph, of Tuckahoe. He married (1761) Anne Cary. 4. Priscilla Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, unmarried. IV. Thomas Mann Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, only son of William Randolph of Tuckahoe and Maria Judith, née Page, was b. 1741. Married, first (Nov. 18, 1761), Anne, eldest child of Col. Archibald Cary, of Ampthill, Chesterfield Co., Va., and Mary, née Randolph, of Curls Neck on James River, Henrico Co., Va. Issue, thirteen children: 1. Mary Randolph, b. Aug. 9, 1762. Married (1782) David Meade Randolph, of Presque Isle on James River, Va. She was known as "the Queen." Of their children, Beverly was a clerk in the United States Treasury, at Washington, D. C., and three of this sons, James, Maury and Richard, were in the employment of the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co. 2. Henry Cary Randolph, b. 1763; d. in infancy. 3. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1765. Married (1785) Robert Pleasants, of Filmer. 4. Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., Gov. of Va., b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., 1767; removed to Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va.Married (1790) Martha Jefferson, daughter of Thomas Jefferson, President of U. S. 5. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1769, Married (1794) Lucy Bolling Randolph, daughter of Beverly Randolph, of Cumberland Co., Va. Left two sons, viz.: 1. William Fitzhugh Randolph. Married Jane Cary Harrison, of Clifton, Cumberland Co., Va. She became entirely blind. Her two sons, Beverly Randolph and William Easton Randolph, resided near her at Millwood, Clarke Co., Va. William married Susan Randolph, daughter of Dr. Robert C. Randolph, of Newmarket, Clarke Co., Va. Her only daughter married George Tabb, of Gloucester Co., Va. 2. Beverly Randolph married Miss Mayor, of Pennsylvania. They left one son, William Mayor Randolph, who removed to St. Louis, Mo. 6. Archibald Cary Randolph, b. 1771; d. in infancy. 7. Judith Randolph, b. 1773. Married (1793) her cousin, Richard Randolph, of Bigarre, who was a brother of John Randolph of Roanoke. They had one son, who was a deaf mute; who left a large property to be divided among his heirs-at-law. Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., received forly dollars from the executors. 8. Anne Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1775. Married (1795) Gouverneur Morris, of Morrisania, N. Y., U. S. minister to France. 9. Jane Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1777. Married (1797) Thomas Eston Randolph, of Bristol, Eng., and had six children: 1. Mann Randolph, Capt. U. S. Navy. 2. Dr. James Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Heywood. 3. Lucy Randolph. Married Mr. Parkhill, of Jacksonville, Fla. 4. Harriet Randolph. Married Dr. Willis. No issue. 5. Elizabeth Randolph. Married Francis Wayles Eppes. 6. Dr. Arthur Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Duval, and left children. 10. Dr. John Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va. 1779; removed to Middle Quarter, in the same county. He married (1804) Judith Lewis, of Amelia Co., Va. Their eldest son, William Lewis Randolph, married Margaret, daughter of Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., and had issue: a. William L. Randolph, Jr. Married (1866) Agnes Dillon, of Savannah, Ga. They reside near Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., Va., and have five children. b. Margaret Randolph. Married Edward C. Randolph and left four children. 11. George Washington Randolph, b. 1781; d. an infant. 12. Harriet Randolph, b. 1783. Married (about 1803) H. Richard Harkley, of New York. Consul to Cadiz. He d. leaving two daughters-one of whom married Capt. Talcott and had several children. One son, Randolph Talcott, lived in Richmond. 13. Virginia Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., Jan. 31, 1786. She married at Monticello, Albemarle Co., Va. (Aug. 28, 1805), Wilson Jefferson Cary, of Carysbrooke, Fluvanna Co., Va. He was a great-nephew of Thomas Jefferson, President of United States. They had five children. -------------------- Mary Randolph, b. at Turkey Island, 1692. Married (1712) Capt. John Stith. Their only son, Rev. William Stith, was president of William and Mary College and historian of Va. He wrote his "History of Virginia" in 1740; died at William and Mary College, 1752. He married (Feb. 1744) Judith Randolph, of Tuckahoe. Mary Stith, daughter of Capt. John Stith and Mary, née Randolph, married Rev. William Dawson, D. D., second president of William and Mary College. Their daughter, Mary Dawson, married Ludwell Grymes. Their daughter, Mary, married Rev. Walker Maury, of Norfolk, Va. Their daughter, Anne, married Maj. Isaac Hite. 9. Elizabeth Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1695, youngest child of Col. William Randolph and Mary, née Isham, Married (1711) Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point on James River. She was his second wife and d. Jan. 22, 1720. Among other children they had: Mary Bland, b. 1712. Married (1728) Henry Lee, of Lee Hall. Their third son and fourth child was Henry Lee, Jr., b. 1733. Married (1755) Lucy Grymes (Washington's "Lowland Beauty"). Their son was Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee, father of the illustrious Gen. Robert E. Lee. Richard Bland, Jr., of Jordan's Point on James River, was member of the House of Burgesses; was in the Convention of 1775, and member of the first American Congress at Philadelphia. He married Anne Poythress. Theodoric Bland, youngest child of Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point, and Elizabeth, née Randolph, b. 1720, just before his mother died. II. William Randolph, known as Councillor Randolph of Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., eldest child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. 1681; d. Oct. 19, 1741. He inherited Turkey Island and was buried there. On the slab which covers his grave there is a lengthy inscription, which can be found in the Page Family History. Councillor William Randolph married (1705) Elizabeth Peyton Beverly, daughter of Peter Beverly and Eliza Peyton, his wife, of Gloucester Co., Va. Issue five children: 1. Beverly Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1706, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton. Married (1734) a Miss Lightfoot, and d. without issue. 2. Peter Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1708, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, lived at Chatsworth. Married (1733) Lucy Bolling, daughter of Robert Bolling, and had four children, viz.: William, Beverly, Robert and Ann. Beverly was b. at Chatsworth 1734, and married Martha Cooke. He died at his residence "Green Creek," in Feb. 1797. He succeeded Edmond Randolph as Gov. of Virginia, Dec. 1, 1788, and served until Dec. 1, 1791. He was succeeded by Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee. 3. William Randolph, b. 1710, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, settled at "Milton," Henrico Co., Va. Married (1735) Anne, daughter of Benj. Harrison, of Berkley on James River, Virginia, and Anne, née Carter. Issue: 1. William Randolph, b. 1736. 2. Peyton Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1763) his cousin, Lucy Harrison. They had three children: Betty Randolph, Kidder Randolph and Peyton Randolph, who married Anne, daughter of James Innes, Atty. Gen. of Va. His only son, James Innes Randolph, married Susan, daughter of Capt. Addison Armistead, U. S. Army. 3. Anne Randolph, b. 1740. Married (1760) Benj. Harrison, of Brandon, on James River, Va. No issue. 4. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1742. Married (1762) Philip Grymes, of Middlesex Co., Va. 5. Lucy Randolph, b. 1744. Married (1764) Lewis Burwell, of King's Mill, York Co., Va. 4. Daughter Randolph, daughter of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, b 1718. Married - Price. 5. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1725. Married (1745) Col. John Chiswell and had four children: 1. Lucy Chiswell, married (Nov. 24, 1770) Col. William Nelson of "The Dorrile," Hanover Co., Va.; 2. Susan R. Chiswell, married Speaker John Robinson, of the Virginia House of Burgesses, and had issue; 3. Daughter Chiswell, married Warren Lewis, 4. Elizabeth Chiswell, married Charles Carter, of Ludlow. Col. John Chiswell and Elizabeth, née Randolph, had no sons, so the name of Chiswell as a surname in Virginia is extinet. It is believed it was originally written De Choiseul. II. Thomas Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, Goochland Co., Va., second son and child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. at Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., 1683. He married (1710) Judith Churchill, of Middlesex Co., Va. There appears to be some uncertainty as to who Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe married. Rev. Philip Slaughter in his "History of Bristol Parish," p. 214, and Browning in his "Americans of Royal Deseent," both say she was a Miss Fleming. On the other hand, Mrs. Ellen Wayles Randolph Harrison, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., states her name was Judith Churchill, and that no marriage took place between Randolp and Fleming until a later period. Mr. Wilson M. Cary agrees with her. The children of Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe and Judith Churchill were three-namely: 1. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe in 1712. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, only daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, Gloucester Co., Va., and Judith Wormeley, his first wife. 2. Judith Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1724. Married (Feb. 1744) Rev. Wm. Stith, president of William and Mary College. 3. Mary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1726. Married (1746) William Keith. These were ancestors of Chief Justice John Marshall. III. William Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, eldest son of Thomas Randolph and Judith, née Churchill, b. 1712; d. 1745. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, and Judith, née Wormeley, his first wife. Issue four children: 1. Mary Judith Randolph, b. 1736. Married (1756) Edmond Berkeley, Jr., of Barn Elms, Middlesex Co., Va. (was his first wife). He was the eldest son of Col. Edmond Berkeley and Mary, née Nelson, daughter of Thomas Nelson, of Yorktown, Va., known as Scotch Tom, and Margaret, née Reid, his first wife, who married Joseph Clayton. Edmond Berkeley, Jr., married, secondly, Mary Burwell. Issue: Norbourn, Carter, William, Betsey, who married Churchill; Lucy, who married Hepanon; Alice, who married Fontaine; Sally, and Lewis. 2. Mary Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1758) Tarlton Fleming, of Rock Castle, Goochland Co., Va. This was the first connection between the Randolphs and Flemings. 3. Thomas Mann Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe on James River 1741, only son of William Randolph, of Tuckahoe. He married (1761) Anne Cary. 4. Priscilla Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, unmarried. IV. Thomas Mann Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, only son of William Randolph of Tuckahoe and Maria Judith, née Page, was b. 1741. Married, first (Nov. 18, 1761), Anne, eldest child of Col. Archibald Cary, of Ampthill, Chesterfield Co., Va., and Mary, née Randolph, of Curls Neck on James River, Henrico Co., Va. Issue, thirteen children: 1. Mary Randolph, b. Aug. 9, 1762. Married (1782) David Meade Randolph, of Presque Isle on James River, Va. She was known as "the Queen." Of their children, Beverly was a clerk in the United States Treasury, at Washington, D. C., and three of this sons, James, Maury and Richard, were in the employment of the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co. 2. Henry Cary Randolph, b. 1763; d. in infancy. 3. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1765. Married (1785) Robert Pleasants, of Filmer. 4. Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., Gov. of Va., b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., 1767; removed to Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va.Married (1790) Martha Jefferson, daughter of Thomas Jefferson, President of U. S. 5. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1769, Married (1794) Lucy Bolling Randolph, daughter of Beverly Randolph, of Cumberland Co., Va. Left two sons, viz.: 1. William Fitzhugh Randolph. Married Jane Cary Harrison, of Clifton, Cumberland Co., Va. She became entirely blind. Her two sons, Beverly Randolph and William Easton Randolph, resided near her at Millwood, Clarke Co., Va. William married Susan Randolph, daughter of Dr. Robert C. Randolph, of Newmarket, Clarke Co., Va. Her only daughter married George Tabb, of Gloucester Co., Va. 2. Beverly Randolph married Miss Mayor, of Pennsylvania. They left one son, William Mayor Randolph, who removed to St. Louis, Mo. 6. Archibald Cary Randolph, b. 1771; d. in infancy. 7. Judith Randolph, b. 1773. Married (1793) her cousin, Richard Randolph, of Bigarre, who was a brother of John Randolph of Roanoke. They had one son, who was a deaf mute; who left a large property to be divided among his heirs-at-law. Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., received forly dollars from the executors. 8. Anne Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1775. Married (1795) Gouverneur Morris, of Morrisania, N. Y., U. S. minister to France. 9. Jane Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1777. Married (1797) Thomas Eston Randolph, of Bristol, Eng., and had six children: 1. Mann Randolph, Capt. U. S. Navy. 2. Dr. James Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Heywood. 3. Lucy Randolph. Married Mr. Parkhill, of Jacksonville, Fla. 4. Harriet Randolph. Married Dr. Willis. No issue. 5. Elizabeth Randolph. Married Francis Wayles Eppes. 6. Dr. Arthur Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Duval, and left children. 10. Dr. John Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va. 1779; removed to Middle Quarter, in the same county. He married (1804) Judith Lewis, of Amelia Co., Va. Their eldest son, William Lewis Randolph, married Margaret, daughter of Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., and had issue: a. William L. Randolph, Jr. Married (1866) Agnes Dillon, of Savannah, Ga. They reside near Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., Va., and have five children. b. Margaret Randolph. Married Edward C. Randolph and left four children. 11. George Washington Randolph, b. 1781; d. an infant. 12. Harriet Randolph, b. 1783. Married (about 1803) H. Richard Harkley, of New York. Consul to Cadiz. He d. leaving two daughters-one of whom married Capt. Talcott and had several children. One son, Randolph Talcott, lived in Richmond. 13. Virginia Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., Jan. 31, 1786. She married at Monticello, Albemarle Co., Va. (Aug. 28, 1805), Wilson Jefferson Cary, of Carysbrooke, Fluvanna Co., Va. He was a great-nephew of Thomas Jefferson, President of United States. They had five children. -------------------- Mary Randolph, b. at Turkey Island, 1692. Married (1712) Capt. John Stith. Their only son, Rev. William Stith, was president of William and Mary College and historian of Va. He wrote his "History of Virginia" in 1740; died at William and Mary College, 1752. He married (Feb. 1744) Judith Randolph, of Tuckahoe. Mary Stith, daughter of Capt. John Stith and Mary, née Randolph, married Rev. William Dawson, D. D., second president of William and Mary College. Their daughter, Mary Dawson, married Ludwell Grymes. Their daughter, Mary, married Rev. Walker Maury, of Norfolk, Va. Their daughter, Anne, married Maj. Isaac Hite. 9. Elizabeth Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1695, youngest child of Col. William Randolph and Mary, née Isham, Married (1711) Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point on James River. She was his second wife and d. Jan. 22, 1720. Among other children they had: Mary Bland, b. 1712. Married (1728) Henry Lee, of Lee Hall. Their third son and fourth child was Henry Lee, Jr., b. 1733. Married (1755) Lucy Grymes (Washington's "Lowland Beauty"). Their son was Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee, father of the illustrious Gen. Robert E. Lee. Richard Bland, Jr., of Jordan's Point on James River, was member of the House of Burgesses; was in the Convention of 1775, and member of the first American Congress at Philadelphia. He married Anne Poythress. Theodoric Bland, youngest child of Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point, and Elizabeth, née Randolph, b. 1720, just before his mother died. II. William Randolph, known as Councillor Randolph of Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., eldest child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. 1681; d. Oct. 19, 1741. He inherited Turkey Island and was buried there. On the slab which covers his grave there is a lengthy inscription, which can be found in the Page Family History. Councillor William Randolph married (1705) Elizabeth Peyton Beverly, daughter of Peter Beverly and Eliza Peyton, his wife, of Gloucester Co., Va. Issue five children: 1. Beverly Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1706, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton. Married (1734) a Miss Lightfoot, and d. without issue. 2. Peter Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1708, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, lived at Chatsworth. Married (1733) Lucy Bolling, daughter of Robert Bolling, and had four children, viz.: William, Beverly, Robert and Ann. Beverly was b. at Chatsworth 1734, and married Martha Cooke. He died at his residence "Green Creek," in Feb. 1797. He succeeded Edmond Randolph as Gov. of Virginia, Dec. 1, 1788, and served until Dec. 1, 1791. He was succeeded by Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee. 3. William Randolph, b. 1710, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, settled at "Milton," Henrico Co., Va. Married (1735) Anne, daughter of Benj. Harrison, of Berkley on James River, Virginia, and Anne, née Carter. Issue: 1. William Randolph, b. 1736. 2. Peyton Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1763) his cousin, Lucy Harrison. They had three children: Betty Randolph, Kidder Randolph and Peyton Randolph, who married Anne, daughter of James Innes, Atty. Gen. of Va. His only son, James Innes Randolph, married Susan, daughter of Capt. Addison Armistead, U. S. Army. 3. Anne Randolph, b. 1740. Married (1760) Benj. Harrison, of Brandon, on James River, Va. No issue. 4. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1742. Married (1762) Philip Grymes, of Middlesex Co., Va. 5. Lucy Randolph, b. 1744. Married (1764) Lewis Burwell, of King's Mill, York Co., Va. 4. Daughter Randolph, daughter of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, b 1718. Married - Price. 5. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1725. Married (1745) Col. John Chiswell and had four children: 1. Lucy Chiswell, married (Nov. 24, 1770) Col. William Nelson of "The Dorrile," Hanover Co., Va.; 2. Susan R. Chiswell, married Speaker John Robinson, of the Virginia House of Burgesses, and had issue; 3. Daughter Chiswell, married Warren Lewis, 4. Elizabeth Chiswell, married Charles Carter, of Ludlow. Col. John Chiswell and Elizabeth, née Randolph, had no sons, so the name of Chiswell as a surname in Virginia is extinet. It is believed it was originally written De Choiseul. II. Thomas Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, Goochland Co., Va., second son and child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. at Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., 1683. He married (1710) Judith Churchill, of Middlesex Co., Va. There appears to be some uncertainty as to who Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe married. Rev. Philip Slaughter in his "History of Bristol Parish," p. 214, and Browning in his "Americans of Royal Deseent," both say she was a Miss Fleming. On the other hand, Mrs. Ellen Wayles Randolph Harrison, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., states her name was Judith Churchill, and that no marriage took place between Randolp and Fleming until a later period. Mr. Wilson M. Cary agrees with her. The children of Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe and Judith Churchill were three-namely: 1. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe in 1712. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, only daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, Gloucester Co., Va., and Judith Wormeley, his first wife. 2. Judith Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1724. Married (Feb. 1744) Rev. Wm. Stith, president of William and Mary College. 3. Mary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1726. Married (1746) William Keith. These were ancestors of Chief Justice John Marshall. III. William Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, eldest son of Thomas Randolph and Judith, née Churchill, b. 1712; d. 1745. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, and Judith, née Wormeley, his first wife. Issue four children: 1. Mary Judith Randolph, b. 1736. Married (1756) Edmond Berkeley, Jr., of Barn Elms, Middlesex Co., Va. (was his first wife). He was the eldest son of Col. Edmond Berkeley and Mary, née Nelson, daughter of Thomas Nelson, of Yorktown, Va., known as Scotch Tom, and Margaret, née Reid, his first wife, who married Joseph Clayton. Edmond Berkeley, Jr., married, secondly, Mary Burwell. Issue: Norbourn, Carter, William, Betsey, who married Churchill; Lucy, who married Hepanon; Alice, who married Fontaine; Sally, and Lewis. 2. Mary Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1758) Tarlton Fleming, of Rock Castle, Goochland Co., Va. This was the first connection between the Randolphs and Flemings. 3. Thomas Mann Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe on James River 1741, only son of William Randolph, of Tuckahoe. He married (1761) Anne Cary. 4. Priscilla Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, unmarried. IV. Thomas Mann Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, only son of William Randolph of Tuckahoe and Maria Judith, née Page, was b. 1741. Married, first (Nov. 18, 1761), Anne, eldest child of Col. Archibald Cary, of Ampthill, Chesterfield Co., Va., and Mary, née Randolph, of Curls Neck on James River, Henrico Co., Va. Issue, thirteen children: 1. Mary Randolph, b. Aug. 9, 1762. Married (1782) David Meade Randolph, of Presque Isle on James River, Va. She was known as "the Queen." Of their children, Beverly was a clerk in the United States Treasury, at Washington, D. C., and three of this sons, James, Maury and Richard, were in the employment of the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co. 2. Henry Cary Randolph, b. 1763; d. in infancy. 3. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1765. Married (1785) Robert Pleasants, of Filmer. 4. Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., Gov. of Va., b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., 1767; removed to Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va.Married (1790) Martha Jefferson, daughter of Thomas Jefferson, President of U. S. 5. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1769, Married (1794) Lucy Bolling Randolph, daughter of Beverly Randolph, of Cumberland Co., Va. Left two sons, viz.: 1. William Fitzhugh Randolph. Married Jane Cary Harrison, of Clifton, Cumberland Co., Va. She became entirely blind. Her two sons, Beverly Randolph and William Easton Randolph, resided near her at Millwood, Clarke Co., Va. William married Susan Randolph, daughter of Dr. Robert C. Randolph, of Newmarket, Clarke Co., Va. Her only daughter married George Tabb, of Gloucester Co., Va. 2. Beverly Randolph married Miss Mayor, of Pennsylvania. They left one son, William Mayor Randolph, who removed to St. Louis, Mo. 6. Archibald Cary Randolph, b. 1771; d. in infancy. 7. Judith Randolph, b. 1773. Married (1793) her cousin, Richard Randolph, of Bigarre, who was a brother of John Randolph of Roanoke. They had one son, who was a deaf mute; who left a large property to be divided among his heirs-at-law. Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., received forly dollars from the executors. 8. Anne Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1775. Married (1795) Gouverneur Morris, of Morrisania, N. Y., U. S. minister to France. 9. Jane Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1777. Married (1797) Thomas Eston Randolph, of Bristol, Eng., and had six children: 1. Mann Randolph, Capt. U. S. Navy. 2. Dr. James Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Heywood. 3. Lucy Randolph. Married Mr. Parkhill, of Jacksonville, Fla. 4. Harriet Randolph. Married Dr. Willis. No issue. 5. Elizabeth Randolph. Married Francis Wayles Eppes. 6. Dr. Arthur Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Duval, and left children. 10. Dr. John Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va. 1779; removed to Middle Quarter, in the same county. He married (1804) Judith Lewis, of Amelia Co., Va. Their eldest son, William Lewis Randolph, married Margaret, daughter of Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., and had issue: a. William L. Randolph, Jr. Married (1866) Agnes Dillon, of Savannah, Ga. They reside near Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., Va., and have five children. b. Margaret Randolph. Married Edward C. Randolph and left four children. 11. George Washington Randolph, b. 1781; d. an infant. 12. Harriet Randolph, b. 1783. Married (about 1803) H. Richard Harkley, of New York. Consul to Cadiz. He d. leaving two daughters-one of whom married Capt. Talcott and had several children. One son, Randolph Talcott, lived in Richmond. 13. Virginia Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., Jan. 31, 1786. She married at Monticello, Albemarle Co., Va. (Aug. 28, 1805), Wilson Jefferson Cary, of Carysbrooke, Fluvanna Co., Va. He was a great-nephew of Thomas Jefferson, President of United States. They had five children. -------------------- Mary Randolph, b. at Turkey Island, 1692. Married (1712) Capt. John Stith. Their only son, Rev. William Stith, was president of William and Mary College and historian of Va. He wrote his "History of Virginia" in 1740; died at William and Mary College, 1752. He married (Feb. 1744) Judith Randolph, of Tuckahoe. Mary Stith, daughter of Capt. John Stith and Mary, née Randolph, married Rev. William Dawson, D. D., second president of William and Mary College. Their daughter, Mary Dawson, married Ludwell Grymes. Their daughter, Mary, married Rev. Walker Maury, of Norfolk, Va. Their daughter, Anne, married Maj. Isaac Hite. 9. Elizabeth Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1695, youngest child of Col. William Randolph and Mary, née Isham, Married (1711) Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point on James River. She was his second wife and d. Jan. 22, 1720. Among other children they had: Mary Bland, b. 1712. Married (1728) Henry Lee, of Lee Hall. Their third son and fourth child was Henry Lee, Jr., b. 1733. Married (1755) Lucy Grymes (Washington's "Lowland Beauty"). Their son was Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee, father of the illustrious Gen. Robert E. Lee. Richard Bland, Jr., of Jordan's Point on James River, was member of the House of Burgesses; was in the Convention of 1775, and member of the first American Congress at Philadelphia. He married Anne Poythress. Theodoric Bland, youngest child of Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point, and Elizabeth, née Randolph, b. 1720, just before his mother died. II. William Randolph, known as Councillor Randolph of Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., eldest child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. 1681; d. Oct. 19, 1741. He inherited Turkey Island and was buried there. On the slab which covers his grave there is a lengthy inscription, which can be found in the Page Family History. Councillor William Randolph married (1705) Elizabeth Peyton Beverly, daughter of Peter Beverly and Eliza Peyton, his wife, of Gloucester Co., Va. Issue five children: 1. Beverly Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1706, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton. Married (1734) a Miss Lightfoot, and d. without issue. 2. Peter Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1708, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, lived at Chatsworth. Married (1733) Lucy Bolling, daughter of Robert Bolling, and had four children, viz.: William, Beverly, Robert and Ann. Beverly was b. at Chatsworth 1734, and married Martha Cooke. He died at his residence "Green Creek," in Feb. 1797. He succeeded Edmond Randolph as Gov. of Virginia, Dec. 1, 1788, and served until Dec. 1, 1791. He was succeeded by Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee. 3. William Randolph, b. 1710, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, settled at "Milton," Henrico Co., Va. Married (1735) Anne, daughter of Benj. Harrison, of Berkley on James River, Virginia, and Anne, née Carter. Issue: 1. William Randolph, b. 1736. 2. Peyton Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1763) his cousin, Lucy Harrison. They had three children: Betty Randolph, Kidder Randolph and Peyton Randolph, who married Anne, daughter of James Innes, Atty. Gen. of Va. His only son, James Innes Randolph, married Susan, daughter of Capt. Addison Armistead, U. S. Army. 3. Anne Randolph, b. 1740. Married (1760) Benj. Harrison, of Brandon, on James River, Va. No issue. 4. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1742. Married (1762) Philip Grymes, of Middlesex Co., Va. 5. Lucy Randolph, b. 1744. Married (1764) Lewis Burwell, of King's Mill, York Co., Va. 4. Daughter Randolph, daughter of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, b 1718. Married - Price. 5. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1725. Married (1745) Col. John Chiswell and had four children: 1. Lucy Chiswell, married (Nov. 24, 1770) Col. William Nelson of "The Dorrile," Hanover Co., Va.; 2. Susan R. Chiswell, married Speaker John Robinson, of the Virginia House of Burgesses, and had issue; 3. Daughter Chiswell, married Warren Lewis, 4. Elizabeth Chiswell, married Charles Carter, of Ludlow. Col. John Chiswell and Elizabeth, née Randolph, had no sons, so the name of Chiswell as a surname in Virginia is extinet. It is believed it was originally written De Choiseul. II. Thomas Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, Goochland Co., Va., second son and child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. at Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., 1683. He married (1710) Judith Churchill, of Middlesex Co., Va. There appears to be some uncertainty as to who Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe married. Rev. Philip Slaughter in his "History of Bristol Parish," p. 214, and Browning in his "Americans of Royal Deseent," both say she was a Miss Fleming. On the other hand, Mrs. Ellen Wayles Randolph Harrison, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., states her name was Judith Churchill, and that no marriage took place between Randolp and Fleming until a later period. Mr. Wilson M. Cary agrees with her. The children of Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe and Judith Churchill were three-namely: 1. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe in 1712. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, only daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, Gloucester Co., Va., and Judith Wormeley, his first wife. 2. Judith Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1724. Married (Feb. 1744) Rev. Wm. Stith, president of William and Mary College. 3. Mary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1726. Married (1746) William Keith. These were ancestors of Chief Justice John Marshall. III. William Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, eldest son of Thomas Randolph and Judith, née Churchill, b. 1712; d. 1745. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, and Judith, née Wormeley, his first wife. Issue four children: 1. Mary Judith Randolph, b. 1736. Married (1756) Edmond Berkeley, Jr., of Barn Elms, Middlesex Co., Va. (was his first wife). He was the eldest son of Col. Edmond Berkeley and Mary, née Nelson, daughter of Thomas Nelson, of Yorktown, Va., known as Scotch Tom, and Margaret, née Reid, his first wife, who married Joseph Clayton. Edmond Berkeley, Jr., married, secondly, Mary Burwell. Issue: Norbourn, Carter, William, Betsey, who married Churchill; Lucy, who married Hepanon; Alice, who married Fontaine; Sally, and Lewis. 2. Mary Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1758) Tarlton Fleming, of Rock Castle, Goochland Co., Va. This was the first connection between the Randolphs and Flemings. 3. Thomas Mann Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe on James River 1741, only son of William Randolph, of Tuckahoe. He married (1761) Anne Cary. 4. Priscilla Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, unmarried. IV. Thomas Mann Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, only son of William Randolph of Tuckahoe and Maria Judith, née Page, was b. 1741. Married, first (Nov. 18, 1761), Anne, eldest child of Col. Archibald Cary, of Ampthill, Chesterfield Co., Va., and Mary, née Randolph, of Curls Neck on James River, Henrico Co., Va. Issue, thirteen children: 1. Mary Randolph, b. Aug. 9, 1762. Married (1782) David Meade Randolph, of Presque Isle on James River, Va. She was known as "the Queen." Of their children, Beverly was a clerk in the United States Treasury, at Washington, D. C., and three of this sons, James, Maury and Richard, were in the employment of the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co. 2. Henry Cary Randolph, b. 1763; d. in infancy. 3. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1765. Married (1785) Robert Pleasants, of Filmer. 4. Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., Gov. of Va., b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., 1767; removed to Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va.Married (1790) Martha Jefferson, daughter of Thomas Jefferson, President of U. S. 5. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1769, Married (1794) Lucy Bolling Randolph, daughter of Beverly Randolph, of Cumberland Co., Va. Left two sons, viz.: 1. William Fitzhugh Randolph. Married Jane Cary Harrison, of Clifton, Cumberland Co., Va. She became entirely blind. Her two sons, Beverly Randolph and William Easton Randolph, resided near her at Millwood, Clarke Co., Va. William married Susan Randolph, daughter of Dr. Robert C. Randolph, of Newmarket, Clarke Co., Va. Her only daughter married George Tabb, of Gloucester Co., Va. 2. Beverly Randolph married Miss Mayor, of Pennsylvania. They left one son, William Mayor Randolph, who removed to St. Louis, Mo. 6. Archibald Cary Randolph, b. 1771; d. in infancy. 7. Judith Randolph, b. 1773. Married (1793) her cousin, Richard Randolph, of Bigarre, who was a brother of John Randolph of Roanoke. They had one son, who was a deaf mute; who left a large property to be divided among his heirs-at-law. Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., received forly dollars from the executors. 8. Anne Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1775. Married (1795) Gouverneur Morris, of Morrisania, N. Y., U. S. minister to France. 9. Jane Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1777. Married (1797) Thomas Eston Randolph, of Bristol, Eng., and had six children: 1. Mann Randolph, Capt. U. S. Navy. 2. Dr. James Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Heywood. 3. Lucy Randolph. Married Mr. Parkhill, of Jacksonville, Fla. 4. Harriet Randolph. Married Dr. Willis. No issue. 5. Elizabeth Randolph. Married Francis Wayles Eppes. 6. Dr. Arthur Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Duval, and left children. 10. Dr. John Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va. 1779; removed to Middle Quarter, in the same county. He married (1804) Judith Lewis, of Amelia Co., Va. Their eldest son, William Lewis Randolph, married Margaret, daughter of Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., and had issue: a. William L. Randolph, Jr. Married (1866) Agnes Dillon, of Savannah, Ga. They reside near Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., Va., and have five children. b. Margaret Randolph. Married Edward C. Randolph and left four children. 11. George Washington Randolph, b. 1781; d. an infant. 12. Harriet Randolph, b. 1783. Married (about 1803) H. Richard Harkley, of New York. Consul to Cadiz. He d. leaving two daughters-one of whom married Capt. Talcott and had several children. One son, Randolph Talcott, lived in Richmond. 13. Virginia Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., Jan. 31, 1786. She married at Monticello, Albemarle Co., Va. (Aug. 28, 1805), Wilson Jefferson Cary, of Carysbrooke, Fluvanna Co., Va. He was a great-nephew of Thomas Jefferson, President of United States. They had five children. -------------------- Mary Randolph, b. at Turkey Island, 1692. Married (1712) Capt. John Stith. Their only son, Rev. William Stith, was president of William and Mary College and historian of Va. He wrote his "History of Virginia" in 1740; died at William and Mary College, 1752. He married (Feb. 1744) Judith Randolph, of Tuckahoe. Mary Stith, daughter of Capt. John Stith and Mary, née Randolph, married Rev. William Dawson, D. D., second president of William and Mary College. Their daughter, Mary Dawson, married Ludwell Grymes. Their daughter, Mary, married Rev. Walker Maury, of Norfolk, Va. Their daughter, Anne, married Maj. Isaac Hite. 9. Elizabeth Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1695, youngest child of Col. William Randolph and Mary, née Isham, Married (1711) Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point on James River. She was his second wife and d. Jan. 22, 1720. Among other children they had: Mary Bland, b. 1712. Married (1728) Henry Lee, of Lee Hall. Their third son and fourth child was Henry Lee, Jr., b. 1733. Married (1755) Lucy Grymes (Washington's "Lowland Beauty"). Their son was Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee, father of the illustrious Gen. Robert E. Lee. Richard Bland, Jr., of Jordan's Point on James River, was member of the House of Burgesses; was in the Convention of 1775, and member of the first American Congress at Philadelphia. He married Anne Poythress. Theodoric Bland, youngest child of Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point, and Elizabeth, née Randolph, b. 1720, just before his mother died. II. William Randolph, known as Councillor Randolph of Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., eldest child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. 1681; d. Oct. 19, 1741. He inherited Turkey Island and was buried there. On the slab which covers his grave there is a lengthy inscription, which can be found in the Page Family History. Councillor William Randolph married (1705) Elizabeth Peyton Beverly, daughter of Peter Beverly and Eliza Peyton, his wife, of Gloucester Co., Va. Issue five children: 1. Beverly Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1706, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton. Married (1734) a Miss Lightfoot, and d. without issue. 2. Peter Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1708, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, lived at Chatsworth. Married (1733) Lucy Bolling, daughter of Robert Bolling, and had four children, viz.: William, Beverly, Robert and Ann. Beverly was b. at Chatsworth 1734, and married Martha Cooke. He died at his residence "Green Creek," in Feb. 1797. He succeeded Edmond Randolph as Gov. of Virginia, Dec. 1, 1788, and served until Dec. 1, 1791. He was succeeded by Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee. 3. William Randolph, b. 1710, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, settled at "Milton," Henrico Co., Va. Married (1735) Anne, daughter of Benj. Harrison, of Berkley on James River, Virginia, and Anne, née Carter. Issue: 1. William Randolph, b. 1736. 2. Peyton Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1763) his cousin, Lucy Harrison. They had three children: Betty Randolph, Kidder Randolph and Peyton Randolph, who married Anne, daughter of James Innes, Atty. Gen. of Va. His only son, James Innes Randolph, married Susan, daughter of Capt. Addison Armistead, U. S. Army. 3. Anne Randolph, b. 1740. Married (1760) Benj. Harrison, of Brandon, on James River, Va. No issue. 4. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1742. Married (1762) Philip Grymes, of Middlesex Co., Va. 5. Lucy Randolph, b. 1744. Married (1764) Lewis Burwell, of King's Mill, York Co., Va. 4. Daughter Randolph, daughter of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, b 1718. Married - Price. 5. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1725. Married (1745) Col. John Chiswell and had four children: 1. Lucy Chiswell, married (Nov. 24, 1770) Col. William Nelson of "The Dorrile," Hanover Co., Va.; 2. Susan R. Chiswell, married Speaker John Robinson, of the Virginia House of Burgesses, and had issue; 3. Daughter Chiswell, married Warren Lewis, 4. Elizabeth Chiswell, married Charles Carter, of Ludlow. Col. John Chiswell and Elizabeth, née Randolph, had no sons, so the name of Chiswell as a surname in Virginia is extinet. It is believed it was originally written De Choiseul. II. Thomas Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, Goochland Co., Va., second son and child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. at Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., 1683. He married (1710) Judith Churchill, of Middlesex Co., Va. There appears to be some uncertainty as to who Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe married. Rev. Philip Slaughter in his "History of Bristol Parish," p. 214, and Browning in his "Americans of Royal Deseent," both say she was a Miss Fleming. On the other hand, Mrs. Ellen Wayles Randolph Harrison, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., states her name was Judith Churchill, and that no marriage took place between Randolp and Fleming until a later period. Mr. Wilson M. Cary agrees with her. The children of Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe and Judith Churchill were three-namely: 1. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe in 1712. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, only daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, Gloucester Co., Va., and Judith Wormeley, his first wife. 2. Judith Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1724. Married (Feb. 1744) Rev. Wm. Stith, president of William and Mary College. 3. Mary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1726. Married (1746) William Keith. These were ancestors of Chief Justice John Marshall. III. William Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, eldest son of Thomas Randolph and Judith, née Churchill, b. 1712; d. 1745. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, and Judith, née Wormeley, his first wife. Issue four children: 1. Mary Judith Randolph, b. 1736. Married (1756) Edmond Berkeley, Jr., of Barn Elms, Middlesex Co., Va. (was his first wife). He was the eldest son of Col. Edmond Berkeley and Mary, née Nelson, daughter of Thomas Nelson, of Yorktown, Va., known as Scotch Tom, and Margaret, née Reid, his first wife, who married Joseph Clayton. Edmond Berkeley, Jr., married, secondly, Mary Burwell. Issue: Norbourn, Carter, William, Betsey, who married Churchill; Lucy, who married Hepanon; Alice, who married Fontaine; Sally, and Lewis. 2. Mary Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1758) Tarlton Fleming, of Rock Castle, Goochland Co., Va. This was the first connection between the Randolphs and Flemings. 3. Thomas Mann Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe on James River 1741, only son of William Randolph, of Tuckahoe. He married (1761) Anne Cary. 4. Priscilla Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, unmarried. IV. Thomas Mann Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, only son of William Randolph of Tuckahoe and Maria Judith, née Page, was b. 1741. Married, first (Nov. 18, 1761), Anne, eldest child of Col. Archibald Cary, of Ampthill, Chesterfield Co., Va., and Mary, née Randolph, of Curls Neck on James River, Henrico Co., Va. Issue, thirteen children: 1. Mary Randolph, b. Aug. 9, 1762. Married (1782) David Meade Randolph, of Presque Isle on James River, Va. She was known as "the Queen." Of their children, Beverly was a clerk in the United States Treasury, at Washington, D. C., and three of this sons, James, Maury and Richard, were in the employment of the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co. 2. Henry Cary Randolph, b. 1763; d. in infancy. 3. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1765. Married (1785) Robert Pleasants, of Filmer. 4. Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., Gov. of Va., b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., 1767; removed to Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va.Married (1790) Martha Jefferson, daughter of Thomas Jefferson, President of U. S. 5. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1769, Married (1794) Lucy Bolling Randolph, daughter of Beverly Randolph, of Cumberland Co., Va. Left two sons, viz.: 1. William Fitzhugh Randolph. Married Jane Cary Harrison, of Clifton, Cumberland Co., Va. She became entirely blind. Her two sons, Beverly Randolph and William Easton Randolph, resided near her at Millwood, Clarke Co., Va. William married Susan Randolph, daughter of Dr. Robert C. Randolph, of Newmarket, Clarke Co., Va. Her only daughter married George Tabb, of Gloucester Co., Va. 2. Beverly Randolph married Miss Mayor, of Pennsylvania. They left one son, William Mayor Randolph, who removed to St. Louis, Mo. 6. Archibald Cary Randolph, b. 1771; d. in infancy. 7. Judith Randolph, b. 1773. Married (1793) her cousin, Richard Randolph, of Bigarre, who was a brother of John Randolph of Roanoke. They had one son, who was a deaf mute; who left a large property to be divided among his heirs-at-law. Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., received forly dollars from the executors. 8. Anne Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1775. Married (1795) Gouverneur Morris, of Morrisania, N. Y., U. S. minister to France. 9. Jane Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1777. Married (1797) Thomas Eston Randolph, of Bristol, Eng., and had six children: 1. Mann Randolph, Capt. U. S. Navy. 2. Dr. James Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Heywood. 3. Lucy Randolph. Married Mr. Parkhill, of Jacksonville, Fla. 4. Harriet Randolph. Married Dr. Willis. No issue. 5. Elizabeth Randolph. Married Francis Wayles Eppes. 6. Dr. Arthur Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Duval, and left children. 10. Dr. John Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va. 1779; removed to Middle Quarter, in the same county. He married (1804) Judith Lewis, of Amelia Co., Va. Their eldest son, William Lewis Randolph, married Margaret, daughter of Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., and had issue: a. William L. Randolph, Jr. Married (1866) Agnes Dillon, of Savannah, Ga. They reside near Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., Va., and have five children. b. Margaret Randolph. Married Edward C. Randolph and left four children. 11. George Washington Randolph, b. 1781; d. an infant. 12. Harriet Randolph, b. 1783. Married (about 1803) H. Richard Harkley, of New York. Consul to Cadiz. He d. leaving two daughters-one of whom married Capt. Talcott and had several children. One son, Randolph Talcott, lived in Richmond. 13. Virginia Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., Jan. 31, 1786. She married at Monticello, Albemarle Co., Va. (Aug. 28, 1805), Wilson Jefferson Cary, of Carysbrooke, Fluvanna Co., Va. He was a great-nephew of Thomas Jefferson, President of United States. They had five children. -------------------- MARY RANDOLPH: Mary Randolph is identified as the daughter of William Randolph and Mary Isham, in the last will and testament of her maternal grandmother Katherine Banks Isham dated 1686. The Daughters of Colonel William Randolph of Turkey Island and two informative wills published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 5. It goes on to say that Mary Randolph, the elder daughter of her parents, named for her mother (and wrongly stated to have been born in 1682) married Captain William Stith (frequently given as John) and had issue:

Mary Randolph, seventh child and oldest daughter of William Randolph (1st) of Turkey Island (and Mary Isham) was born there about 1692 and married about 1712, Captain William Stith of Charles City County, a son of Captain John Stith, who was disfranchised by the Bacon Generl Assembly of 1676 on the charge of being one of the chief causes of all their greivances and had issue per Tuckahoe and the Tuckahoe Randolphs by Jefferson Randolph Anderson, Savannah, GA published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. The will of Henry Isham, establishes the fact that Mary and Elizabeth Randolph were born before 10 October 1686 and must now be the eldest children instead of they youngest as previously thought.

      

Children of WILLIAM STITH and MARY RANDOLPH are: 5. i. REVEREND WILLIAM3 STITH, JR., b. 1707; d. 19 September 1755. 6. ii. JOHN STITH, b. of Charles City County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1758. 7. iii. MARY RANDOLPH STITH.

Mary Randolph, b. at Turkey Island, 1692. Married (1712) Capt. John Stith. Their only son, Rev. William Stith, was president of William and Mary College and historian of Va. He wrote his "History of Virginia" in 1740; died at William and Mary College, 1752. He married (Feb. 1744) Judith Randolph, of Tuckahoe. Mary Stith, daughter of Capt. John Stith and Mary, née Randolph, married Rev. William Dawson, D. D., second president of William and Mary College. Their daughter, Mary Dawson, married Ludwell Grymes. Their daughter, Mary, married Rev. Walker Maury, of Norfolk, Va. Their daughter, Anne, married Maj. Isaac Hite. 9. Elizabeth Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1695, youngest child of Col. William Randolph and Mary, née Isham, Married (1711) Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point on James River. She was his second wife and d. Jan. 22, 1720. Among other children they had: Mary Bland, b. 1712. Married (1728) Henry Lee, of Lee Hall. Their third son and fourth child was Henry Lee, Jr., b. 1733. Married (1755) Lucy Grymes (Washington's "Lowland Beauty"). Their son was Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee, father of the illustrious Gen. Robert E. Lee. Richard Bland, Jr., of Jordan's Point on James River, was member of the House of Burgesses; was in the Convention of 1775, and member of the first American Congress at Philadelphia. He married Anne Poythress. Theodoric Bland, youngest child of Richard Bland, of Jordan's Point, and Elizabeth, née Randolph, b. 1720, just before his mother died. II. William Randolph, known as Councillor Randolph of Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., eldest child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. 1681; d. Oct. 19, 1741. He inherited Turkey Island and was buried there. On the slab which covers his grave there is a lengthy inscription, which can be found in the Page Family History. Councillor William Randolph married (1705) Elizabeth Peyton Beverly, daughter of Peter Beverly and Eliza Peyton, his wife, of Gloucester Co., Va. Issue five children: 1. Beverly Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1706, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton. Married (1734) a Miss Lightfoot, and d. without issue. 2. Peter Randolph, b. at Turkey Island 1708, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, lived at Chatsworth. Married (1733) Lucy Bolling, daughter of Robert Bolling, and had four children, viz.: William, Beverly, Robert and Ann. Beverly was b. at Chatsworth 1734, and married Martha Cooke. He died at his residence "Green Creek," in Feb. 1797. He succeeded Edmond Randolph as Gov. of Virginia, Dec. 1, 1788, and served until Dec. 1, 1791. He was succeeded by Gen. "Light Horse" Harry Lee. 3. William Randolph, b. 1710, son of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, settled at "Milton," Henrico Co., Va. Married (1735) Anne, daughter of Benj. Harrison, of Berkley on James River, Virginia, and Anne, née Carter. Issue: 1. William Randolph, b. 1736. 2. Peyton Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1763) his cousin, Lucy Harrison. They had three children: Betty Randolph, Kidder Randolph and Peyton Randolph, who married Anne, daughter of James Innes, Atty. Gen. of Va. His only son, James Innes Randolph, married Susan, daughter of Capt. Addison Armistead, U. S. Army. 3. Anne Randolph, b. 1740. Married (1760) Benj. Harrison, of Brandon, on James River, Va. No issue. 4. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1742. Married (1762) Philip Grymes, of Middlesex Co., Va. 5. Lucy Randolph, b. 1744. Married (1764) Lewis Burwell, of King's Mill, York Co., Va. 4. Daughter Randolph, daughter of Councillor Randolph and Eliza, née Peyton, b 1718. Married - Price. 5. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1725. Married (1745) Col. John Chiswell and had four children: 1. Lucy Chiswell, married (Nov. 24, 1770) Col. William Nelson of "The Dorrile," Hanover Co., Va.; 2. Susan R. Chiswell, married Speaker John Robinson, of the Virginia House of Burgesses, and had issue; 3. Daughter Chiswell, married Warren Lewis, 4. Elizabeth Chiswell, married Charles Carter, of Ludlow. Col. John Chiswell and Elizabeth, née Randolph, had no sons, so the name of Chiswell as a surname in Virginia is extinet. It is believed it was originally written De Choiseul. II. Thomas Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, Goochland Co., Va., second son and child of William Randolph, progenitor of the family in Virginia, and Mary, née Isham, was b. at Turkey Island, Henrico Co., Va., 1683. He married (1710) Judith Churchill, of Middlesex Co., Va. There appears to be some uncertainty as to who Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe married. Rev. Philip Slaughter in his "History of Bristol Parish," p. 214, and Browning in his "Americans of Royal Deseent," both say she was a Miss Fleming. On the other hand, Mrs. Ellen Wayles Randolph Harrison, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., states her name was Judith Churchill, and that no marriage took place between Randolp and Fleming until a later period. Mr. Wilson M. Cary agrees with her. The children of Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe and Judith Churchill were three-namely: 1. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe in 1712. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, only daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, Gloucester Co., Va., and Judith Wormeley, his first wife. 2. Judith Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1724. Married (Feb. 1744) Rev. Wm. Stith, president of William and Mary College. 3. Mary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1726. Married (1746) William Keith. These were ancestors of Chief Justice John Marshall. III. William Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, eldest son of Thomas Randolph and Judith, née Churchill, b. 1712; d. 1745. Married (1735) Maria Judith Page, daughter of Hon. Mann Page, of Rosewell, and Judith, née Wormeley, his first wife. Issue four children: 1. Mary Judith Randolph, b. 1736. Married (1756) Edmond Berkeley, Jr., of Barn Elms, Middlesex Co., Va. (was his first wife). He was the eldest son of Col. Edmond Berkeley and Mary, née Nelson, daughter of Thomas Nelson, of Yorktown, Va., known as Scotch Tom, and Margaret, née Reid, his first wife, who married Joseph Clayton. Edmond Berkeley, Jr., married, secondly, Mary Burwell. Issue: Norbourn, Carter, William, Betsey, who married Churchill; Lucy, who married Hepanon; Alice, who married Fontaine; Sally, and Lewis. 2. Mary Randolph, b. 1738. Married (1758) Tarlton Fleming, of Rock Castle, Goochland Co., Va. This was the first connection between the Randolphs and Flemings. 3. Thomas Mann Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe on James River 1741, only son of William Randolph, of Tuckahoe. He married (1761) Anne Cary. 4. Priscilla Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, unmarried. IV. Thomas Mann Randolph, of Tuckahoe on James River, only son of William Randolph of Tuckahoe and Maria Judith, née Page, was b. 1741. Married, first (Nov. 18, 1761), Anne, eldest child of Col. Archibald Cary, of Ampthill, Chesterfield Co., Va., and Mary, née Randolph, of Curls Neck on James River, Henrico Co., Va. Issue, thirteen children: 1. Mary Randolph, b. Aug. 9, 1762. Married (1782) David Meade Randolph, of Presque Isle on James River, Va. She was known as "the Queen." Of their children, Beverly was a clerk in the United States Treasury, at Washington, D. C., and three of this sons, James, Maury and Richard, were in the employment of the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co. 2. Henry Cary Randolph, b. 1763; d. in infancy. 3. Elizabeth Randolph, b. 1765. Married (1785) Robert Pleasants, of Filmer. 4. Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., Gov. of Va., b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., 1767; removed to Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va.Married (1790) Martha Jefferson, daughter of Thomas Jefferson, President of U. S. 5. William Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1769, Married (1794) Lucy Bolling Randolph, daughter of Beverly Randolph, of Cumberland Co., Va. Left two sons, viz.: 1. William Fitzhugh Randolph. Married Jane Cary Harrison, of Clifton, Cumberland Co., Va. She became entirely blind. Her two sons, Beverly Randolph and William Easton Randolph, resided near her at Millwood, Clarke Co., Va. William married Susan Randolph, daughter of Dr. Robert C. Randolph, of Newmarket, Clarke Co., Va. Her only daughter married George Tabb, of Gloucester Co., Va. 2. Beverly Randolph married Miss Mayor, of Pennsylvania. They left one son, William Mayor Randolph, who removed to St. Louis, Mo. 6. Archibald Cary Randolph, b. 1771; d. in infancy. 7. Judith Randolph, b. 1773. Married (1793) her cousin, Richard Randolph, of Bigarre, who was a brother of John Randolph of Roanoke. They had one son, who was a deaf mute; who left a large property to be divided among his heirs-at-law. Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., received forly dollars from the executors. 8. Anne Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1775. Married (1795) Gouverneur Morris, of Morrisania, N. Y., U. S. minister to France. 9. Jane Cary Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe 1777. Married (1797) Thomas Eston Randolph, of Bristol, Eng., and had six children: 1. Mann Randolph, Capt. U. S. Navy. 2. Dr. James Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Heywood. 3. Lucy Randolph. Married Mr. Parkhill, of Jacksonville, Fla. 4. Harriet Randolph. Married Dr. Willis. No issue. 5. Elizabeth Randolph. Married Francis Wayles Eppes. 6. Dr. Arthur Randolph, of Tallahassee, Fla. Married Miss Duval, and left children. 10. Dr. John Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va. 1779; removed to Middle Quarter, in the same county. He married (1804) Judith Lewis, of Amelia Co., Va. Their eldest son, William Lewis Randolph, married Margaret, daughter of Col. Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of Edge Hill, Albemarle Co., Va., and had issue: a. William L. Randolph, Jr. Married (1866) Agnes Dillon, of Savannah, Ga. They reside near Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., Va., and have five children. b. Margaret Randolph. Married Edward C. Randolph and left four children. 11. George Washington Randolph, b. 1781; d. an infant. 12. Harriet Randolph, b. 1783. Married (about 1803) H. Richard Harkley, of New York. Consul to Cadiz. He d. leaving two daughters-one of whom married Capt. Talcott and had several children. One son, Randolph Talcott, lived in Richmond. 13. Virginia Randolph, b. at Tuckahoe, Goochland Co., Va., Jan. 31, 1786. She married at Monticello, Albemarle Co., Va. (Aug. 28, 1805), Wilson Jefferson Cary, of Carysbrooke, Fluvanna Co., Va. He was a great-nephew of Thomas Jefferson, President of United States. They had five children. -------------------- Mary Randolph is identified as the daughter of William Randolph and Mary Isham, in the last will and testament of her maternal grandmother Katherine Banks Isham dated 1686. The Daughters of Colonel William Randolph of Turkey Island and two informative wills published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 5. It goes on to say that Mary Randolph, the elder daughter of her parents, named for her mother (and wrongly stated to have been born in 1682) married Captain William Stith (frequently given as John) and had issue:

Mary Randolph, seventh child and oldest daughter of William Randolph (1st) of Turkey Island (and Mary Isham) was born there about 1692 and married about 1712, Captain William Stith of Charles City County, a son of Captain John Stith, who was disfranchised by the Bacon Generl Assembly of 1676 on the charge of being one of the chief causes of all their greivances and had issue per Tuckahoe and the Tuckahoe Randolphs by Jefferson Randolph Anderson, Savannah, GA published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. The will of Henry Isham, establishes the fact that Mary and Elizabeth Randolph were born before 10 October 1686 and must now be the eldest children instead of they youngest as previously thought.

Children of WILLIAM STITH and MARY RANDOLPH are: 5. i. REVEREND WILLIAM3 STITH, JR., b. 1707; d. 19 September 1755. 6. ii. JOHN STITH, b. of Charles City County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1758. 7. iii. MARY RANDOLPH STITH. -------------------- Mary Randolph is identified as the daughter of William Randolph and Mary Isham, in the last will and testament of her maternal grandmother Katherine Banks Isham dated 1686. The Daughters of Colonel William Randolph of Turkey Island and two informative wills published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 5. It goes on to say that Mary Randolph, the elder daughter of her parents, named for her mother (and wrongly stated to have been born in 1682) married Captain William Stith (frequently given as John) and had issue:

Mary Randolph, seventh child and oldest daughter of William Randolph (1st) of Turkey Island (and Mary Isham) was born there about 1692 and married about 1712, Captain William Stith of Charles City County, a son of Captain John Stith, who was disfranchised by the Bacon Generl Assembly of 1676 on the charge of being one of the chief causes of all their greivances and had issue per Tuckahoe and the Tuckahoe Randolphs by Jefferson Randolph Anderson, Savannah, GA published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. The will of Henry Isham, establishes the fact that Mary and Elizabeth Randolph were born before 10 October 1686 and must now be the eldest children instead of they youngest as previously thought.

      

Children of WILLIAM STITH and MARY RANDOLPH are: 5. i. REVEREND WILLIAM3 STITH, JR., b. 1707; d. 19 September 1755. 6. ii. JOHN STITH, b. of Charles City County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1758. 7. iii. MARY RANDOLPH STITH. -------------------- http://www.jscott.tierranet.com/ancestry/stith/polly.htm

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1690
Bassett, Virginia
1698
1698
Age 8
Charles City, VA, USA
1707
1707
Age 17
Charles City, VA, USA
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Age 22
1712
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Henrico, Virginia
1719
January 22, 1719
Age 29
Prince George County, Virginia
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1727
Age 29
Charles City, VA, USA