man Beverly Randolph‏‎, son of William Jr "Col, William Jr Randolph" Randolph, Chancellor Randolph and Elizabeth Peyton "Elizabeth Beverly" Beverly‏.
Born ‎ 1706 at Turkey Island, Henrico Co., VA, died ‎ 1750 at VA‎, 43 or 44 years
Virginia Prominent Families Vol 1-4
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.
3› Beverley Randolph [RA.1.1] (c.1706-1750) married Elizabeth Lightfoot, daughter of Francis Lightfoot, in December 1737, leaving no children. He represented the College of William and Mary in the Virginia House of Burgesses (1742-49). His will provided for his wife, Elizabeth, and mentioned brothers Peter and William (will dated 22 Sept. 1750, recorded Dec. 1750).
Colonial Virginia Source Records 1600s-1700s
Beverley of Turkey Island, b 1710, son of William and Elizabeth(Beverely); m Elizabeth Lightofft, dau of Francis and niece of Philip. Marriage notice was in the Virginia Gazette, 30 Dec 1737.

Beverly Randolph, born 12 Nov. 1713, Turkey Island, Henrico County VA,
Married 1st Elizabeth Lightfoot and 2nd Agatha Wormley. Does anyone have a
list of his children?
I, too, am interested in Beverly Randolph as Collier Barksdale of Va. is said
to have m. a Sarah Randolph. One of their sons (maybe more than one) moved
to Ga. and had sons named Beverly Randolph Barksdale and Collier Barksdale.
Sarah is said to be a dau. of another Randolph (Robert or Henry?, not
looking) but would seem to me that Beverly fills the bill. Any clues
Bebe in NC
Beverley Randolph
son of William Randolph, of "Turkey Island," and Elizabeth Beverley, his wife, was justice of Henrico for 1741; succeeded Edward Barradall as burgess for the college in 1744-1747 and was burgess for it again in 1748-1749. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Lightfoot, but left no issue.

Married ‎ Dec 1734 at VA (15 or 16 years married) to:

woman Elizabeth Lightfoot‏‎, daughter of Francis Lightfoot and N.N.‏.
LIGHTFOOT.--(See Vol. II, p. 205). The will of John Lightfoot,
referred to in the note, names his father, Goodrich, who died in
*These extracts from records in Surry were kindly furnished by A. S.
Edwards, Clerk.

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1738; brothers, Goodrich Lightfoot, Jr., and William; and sisters,
Elizabeth and Mary; and bequeaths to Martha Chew a horse colt. Wit-
nesses: Thos. Chew, John Howard, and Isaac Smith. Proved June 17,
1735. On April 27, 1738, Col. Goodrich Lightfoot, the father, executor
of John Lightfoot, deceased, and Mary, his wife, sold land formerly
belonging to John Lightfoot. Col. Goodrich Lightfoot died in 1738. The
will of his son Goodrich, Jr., was proved in Culpeper county June 15,
1778; dated April 24, 1778. It names daughters Elizabeth James, Ann
Grasty(?), Mary Hubbard, Fanny Hackly, Susanna Brooks, Priscilla, and
Martha; sons John, Philip, and Goodrich -- the last two under age; wife,
Susanna. Witnesses: Daniel Grinna, John Grinnan, and Jane Grinnan.

Randolph, Beverly, Esq., eldest son of the Hon William Randolph Esq., Married Miss Betty Lightfoot, neice of the Hon Philip Lightfoot Esq., yesterday sennight ( Virginia Gazette 30 Dec 1737)


woman no children Randolph‏‎