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Richard Randolph + Jane Bolling
David Meade + Susanna Everard
William Randolph + Marie Judith Page
Archibald "Old Man" Cary + Mary Randolph
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Richard Randolph, jr.01/17/1725 -- 06/06/1786avatar
Anne Nancy Meade1731 -- 12/09/1814avatar
Col. Thomas Mann Randolph, I12/21/1741 -- 11/19/1793avatar
Anne Cary1745 -- 03/06/1789avatar
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ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
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William Beverley 

11 JUN 179015 MAY 1868  VA Sarah Lingan 
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Burwell Starke 

180022 OCT 1854  VA, Henrico Co, Tuckahoe  
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  • Other, : Mary Randolph, a native of Chesterfield County and author of the first American regional cookbook, lived nearby at Presquile Plantation during the last two decades of the 18th century after her marriage to David Meade Randolph in 1782. The couple then moved to Richmond, where Mary Randolph's reputation as cook, hostess and entrepreneur flourished. They later moved to Washington, D.C. In 1824, she published The Virginia Housewife, an important collection of recipes and advice that has been reprinted many times since. In her book, Mary Randolph revealed not only her own culinary genius, but also the rich and diverse heritage of early American cuisine.
    Department of Historic Resources, 1999
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  1. Findagrave David Meade Randolph
  2. Website:Orr Family;
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  2. Findagrave Mary Randolph
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