He moved to Halifax County near Danville, then to the Church Hill neighborhood in Richmond before he moved back to Albemarle County. Dr. Randolph courted Sally Champe Carter, and they were married on November 13, 1834. They received 642 acres of land adjacent to Redlands, the estate of Sally's parents. It was here on the side of a small mountain near Carter's bridge where they built their estate named "Sharon," later renamed "Round Top." Dr. Randolph was a physician and farmer and interested himself in public affairs. He became a magistrate in 1846 and served for eighteen years. He was also a state senator from 1853-1856. Dr. Randolph and Sally had three children: Isaetta (March 24, 1836), Lewis (June 13, 1838), and Robert (April 15, 1851).
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