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Children:

1.
woman Margaret Harvie Randolph‏
Died ‎ UNKNOWN
American beacon and Norfolk and Portsmouth daily advertiser (Norfolk, Va. : 1827)
Title Married- At Richmond, at the residence of Dr. Brockenbrough on Tuesday, Apr. 23, by Rt. Rev. Bishop Moore, Francis Asbury Dickens, of Washington City, to Margaret Harvie Randolph, daughter of Thomas Mann Randolph, of Tuckahoe, Goochland County. (p. 2, c. 4)
Publication Monday, April 29, 1839.
Gen. note From the marriage and obituary citations compiled by Bernard J. Henley from Virginia newspapers on microfilm at the Library of Virginia.
2.
woman Louisa Gabrilla Randolph‏‎
Died ‎ Jan 21, 1838 at Bellona Aresanal,Chesterfield Co., VA
3.
woman Anne Valentine Randolph‏‎
Died ‎ Jan 20, 1828 at Powells Tavern, Goochland Co., VA
Richmond Whig & public advertiser (Richmond, Va. : 1833 : Semiweekly)
Title Died- At Powel’s Tavern, Goochland County, on Jan. 20, Anne Valentine Randolph aged one year and three months, dau. of Thomas Mann Randolph of Tuckahoe. (p. 4, c. 6)
Publication Friday, January 26, 1838.
Gen. note From the marriage and obituary citations compiled by Bernard J. Henley from Virginia newspapers on microfilm at the Library of Virginia.
4.
woman Mary Randolph, The Queen‏
Born ‎ Aug 9, 1762 at Tuckahoe, Goochland, VA, USA, died ‎ Jan 28, 1828 at Arlington, VA, USA‎, 65 years, buried ‎ 1828 at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington Co., VA
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

Randolph, Mary b. August 9, 1762 d. January 28, 1828
Author. Best known today for being the first person buried on the grounds that would become Arlington National Cemetery.
Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, USA
Plot: Section 45 Lot Beside the Custis Walk near Arlington House
Adopted child: woman Mary Randolph, The Queen‏