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Thomas Mann Randolph

Thomas Mann Randolph, American governor of Virginia, congressman. member Virginia Senate, 1793-1794; member United States House of Representatives from Virginia, 7th-9th congresses, 1803-1807; member Virginia House of Delegates, 1819, 20, 23-25.

Background

  • Randolph, Thomas Mann was born on October 1, 1768 in Tuckahoe, Virginia, United States. Son of Thomas Mann and Anne (Cary) Randolph.

  • Education

    • Attended College William and Mary, U: Edinburgh (Scotland), 1785-1788.

    Career

    • Thomas Jefferson), February 23, 1790, 10 children including Thomas Jefferson, George Wythe. Claimed to have originated practice of transverse rather than horizontal plowing on hillsides. Member Virginia Senate, 1793-1794.

      Member United States House of Representatives from Virginia, 7th-9th congresses, 1803-1807. Colonel 1st light corps of 20th United States Infantry, 1812. Member Virginia House of Delegates, 1819, 20, 23-25.

      Governor Virginia, 1819-1822. Noted botanist.

    Membership

    Member Virginia Senate, 1793-1794. Member United States House of Representatives from Virginia, 7th-9th congresses, 1803-1807. Member Virginia House of Delegates, 1819, 20, 23-25.

    Connections

    • Married Martha Jefferson (daughter.
    • father: Thomas Mann Randolph
    • mother: Anne (Cary) Randolph
    • spouse: Martha Jefferson
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    Born October 1, 1768
    Died June 20, 1828
    (aged 59)
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