Person:Isham Randolph (4)

m. 1677
  1. Elizabeth Randolph1678/79 - 1719/20
  2. William Randolph1681 - 1742
  3. Colonel Thomas Randolph1683 - ABT 1729
  4. Isham Randolph1683/84 - 1742
  5. Mary Isham RandolphBEF 1686 - 1742
  6. Col. Richard Randolph, "of Curles"1686 - 1748
  7. Henry RandolphABT 1687 -
  8. Edward Randolphabt 1690 - aft 1756
  9. John Randolph1693 - 1737
  • HIsham Randolph1683/84 - 1742
  • WJane RogersBEF 1699 - bet 1760
m. 25 JUL 1717
  1. William Randolph1718-1735 -
  2. Jane Randolph1718/19 - 1776
  3. Isham RandolphABT 1725 -
  4. Mary Randolph1725 -
  5. Elizabeth Randolph1728 -
  6. Thomas Isham Randolph, of "Dungeness", Goochland Co., VAABT 1728 -
  7. Anne Randolph1732 -
  8. Dorothea Randolph1732 -
  9. Susannah Randolph1738 -
Facts and Events
Name Isham Randolph
Gender Male
Birth? 24 Feb 1683/84 "Turkey Island" - Henrico County, VA
Marriage 25 JUL 1717 to Jane Rogers
Death? 2 Nov 1742 Dungeness, Goochland County, Virginia
Reference Number? Q16738492?
Burial? Henrico, Virginia, United StatesTurkey Island

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Isham Randolph (December 1684 – November 1742), sometimes referred to as Isham Randolph of Dungeness, was the maternal grandfather of United States President Thomas Jefferson. Randolph was a planter, a merchant, a public official, and a shipmaster.

The third son of William Randolph and Mary Isham, he was born on the Turkey Island plantation in Henrico County, Virginia. In 1717, Randolph married Jane Lilburne Susan Rogers in London[1] at St. Paul's Church in the Shadwell parish (today east London). Isham and Jane Randolph moved to Virginia.

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  1.   Isham Randolph of Dungeness, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2.   Epitaph.

    Sacred to the Memory of Colonel Isham Randolph of "Dungeness" in Goochland County, Adjutant General of this Colony, Adjutant General of this Colony. He was the third son of William Randolph and Mary his wife. The distinguishing qualities of the Gentlemen he possessed in an eminent degree: To justice probity & honour so firmly attached That no view of secular interest or Worldly advantage, no discouraging frowns of fortune could alter his steady purpose of heart. By an easy compliance and obliging deportment he knew no enmey, but gained Many friends, thus in his life meriting an universal esteem. He died as universally lamented Nov'r, 1742, age 57 Gentle Reader go & do likewise.