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Oscar Dewolf Randolph

Clergyman

Oscar Dewolf Randolph, American clergyman. Served as captain Infantry, United States Army, later mai. Machine Gun Batn., Camp Funston, Ardmore, Pennsylvania *.

Background

Randolph, Oscar Dewolf was born on September 28, 1884 in Englewood, Illinois, United States. Son of Isham and Mary Henry (Taylor) Randolph.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia, 1907. Graduate Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, 1910. Doctor of Divinity, Washington and Lee University, 1929, College of William and Mary, 1941.

Career

Deacon, 1910, priest, 1911, Protestant Episcopal Church. Rector Luray Parish, Page and Shenandoah counties, Virginia, 1910-1911, R. E. Lee Memorial Church, Lexington, Virginia, 1911-1917, St. Marys-on-the-Highlands, Birmingham, Alabama, 1919-1928, Virginia Episcopal School, Lynchburg, 1928-1943. Civilian service, Naval Torpedo Station, Alexandria, Virginia, 1943-1944.

Rector Zion Church, Rome, New York, 1945-1946, assistant St. John’s Church, Washington, District of Columbia, 1944-1948. Assistant, Church Holy Apostles and The Mediator, Philadelphia, since 1948.

Membership

Served as captain Infantry, United States Army, later mai. Machine Gun Batn., Camp Funston, Ardmore, Pennsylvania *.

Connections

Married Alice Lawrie Crawford, June 19, 1911. Children: Oscar deWolf (deceased), Angus Crawford, Mary Isham (Mistress James E. Poindexter).

father:
Isham Randolph

mother:
Mary Henry (Taylor) Randolph

spouse:
Alice Lawrie Crawford

child:
Oscar deWolf Randolph (deceased)

child:
Angus Crawford Randolph

child:
Mary Isham Randolph (Mistress James E. Poindexter)