Martha (Jefferson) Randolph
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Martha (Jefferson) Randolph (1772 - 1836)

Martha "Patsy" Randolph formerly Jefferson
Born in Monticello, Albemarle County, Colony of Virginiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 23 Feb 1790 in Edgehill, Albemarle, Virginiamap
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Died in Edgehill, Albemarle County, Virginia, United Statesmap
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Thomas Jefferson's daughter.

Biography

Martha was born in 1772. She is the daughter of Thomas Jefferson and Martha Wayles. She passed away in 1836. [1] She was considered the First Lady during her father's time as President of the USA. Her mother had passed away, and Martha was the eldest of Thomas' daughters and lived in the White House.

27 Sep 1772

Martha "Patsy" Washington Jefferson was born in Monticello, Albemarle, Virginia, USA[2]

23 Feb 1790

Martha "Patsy" Washington Jefferson married her third cousin, Thomas Mann Randolph in Virginia, USA[2]

10 Oct 1836

Martha "Patsy" Washington Jefferson Randolph died in Edgehill, King George, Virginia, USA[1]


Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Find A Grave: Memorial #24322659
  2. 2.0 2.1 Yates U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900

See also:

  • Burke's Presidential Families of the United States of America / [Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, Editor]. - 2nd Ed. London: Burke's Peerage Limited, 1981. Print.
  • Virginia, Extracted Vital Records, 1660-1923 for Martha Randolph; Ancestry Record 61462 #12396; Name: Martha Randolph; [Martha Jefferson] ; Gender: Female; Death Age: 70; Death Date: 10 Oct; Death Place: Albemarle Co, VA; Father: Thomas Jefferson; Mother: Jefferson; Spouse: Thomas M Randolph. Image; Quote: Oct. 10 [1836] — In Albermarle Co., Va., aged upwards of 70, Mrs. Martha Randolph widow of Gov. Thomas M. Randolph, and the last surviving daughter of Thomas Jefferson; a lady distinguished for her talents and virtues.


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Jefferson-1617 and Jefferson-18 appear to represent the same person because: same husband and birth, clear duplicates, please merge
posted by Robin Lee
Jefferson-1207 and Jefferson-18 appear to represent the same person because: intended to be the same person
posted by Robin Lee
Martha and Norm are 4th cousins 7 times removed

To find the relationship we searched for an ancestor shared by both Martha Randolph and Norm Sykes.

Francis Eppes is the third great grandfather of Martha Jefferson Randolph

Francis Eppes is the tenth great grandfather of Norman Francis Sykes

posted by Norman Sykes