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Genealogy and History of the Family Randolph

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7 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD

1.  The Randolphs of Virginia : a compilation of the descendants of William Randolph of Turkey Island and his wife, Mary Isham of Bermuda Hundred, Chicago, abt 1936, Randolph, Robert Isham, 402  pgs. 
                  
2.  Henry Randolph I (1623-1773) of Henrico County, Virginia and his descendants : preceded by short review of the Randolph family in early England and elsewhere Memphis, Tenn.: Distributed by Cossitt Library, 1952, Randolph, Wassell, 111  pgs. 
                  
3.  William Randolph I of Turkey Island (Henrico County) Virginia and his immediate descendants, Memphis, Tenn.: Seebode Mimeo Service, Randolph, Wassell, 117  pgs. 
                  
4.  Pedigree of the descendants of Henry Randolph I (1623-1673) : of Henrico County, Virginia Memphis, Tenn.: Distributed by Memphis Public Library, Randolph, Wassell., 286  pgs. 
                  
5.  Daniel Fitz Randolph : his ancestry and descendents : an American branch of the Fitz Randolph family, Randolph, Oris Hugh Fitz, 68  pgs. 
                  
6.  Fitz Randolph traditions : a story of a thousand years,: Published under the auspices of the New Jersey Historical Society, 1907, Randolph, L. V. F, 150  pgs. 
                  
7.   The descendants of Edward Fitz Randolph and Elizabeth Blossom 1630-1950 East Orange, N.J.: Christian, Louise Aymar, 222  pgs. 

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