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Randolph-Sherman papers
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Repository
Mississippi State University Libraries
Title
Randolph-Sherman papers
ID
MSS.257
Date [inclusive]
1813-1947
Extent
0.034 Cubic feet : 1 reel microfilm
Language
English

Preferred Citation

Randolph-Sherman papers, Special Collections Department, Mississippi State University Libraries.

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Scope and Contents

Papers of Edward Brett Randolph, officer and sutler in War of 1812, participant in the Seminole campaign, planter of Lowndes County, Mississippi, and Receiver of Public Moneys for District Lands, Columbus, Mississippi. Correspondence (1813-1947) for Randolph, his wife, relatives, and friends; his account of his part in the War of 1812; his protests against the Methodist Episcopal Church schism; genealogical and family papers; papers of the family of his daughter, Virginia, who married George W. Sherman; accounts, statements, deeds, wills, bills and other business and legal papers; and copies of Randolph's will, autobiography, inventory of estates, and Mrs. Randolph's will. Correspondents include Harriet B. Beverly, Peter R. Beverly, Marcus C. Buck, Richard Keith Call, Edward P. Gaines, Eleanor Meade, John E. Meade, Reba W. Meade, James Patton, LeRoy Percy, R.C. Randolph, and John S. Williams. The letters were written from Virginia, from the southeastern States during the Indian War, and from Columbus, Mississippi.

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Arrangement

I. Randolph papers, 1813-1877.

A. Edward Brett Randolph:

1. Letters to, 1813-1848.

2. Letters and papers of, 1825-1848.

B. Elizabeth Bland Beverley Randolph (Mrs. Edward B.):

1. Letters to, 1845-1859?

2. Accounts and will, 1852-1877.

II. Sherman papers, 1850-1913.

III. Other letters, 1815-1947.

IV. Legal papers, statements, and similar documents: Randolphs.

V. Genealogical and family papers.

VI. Miscellaneous.

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Administrative Information

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Publication date: June 2012

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Calendar

Randolph papers, 1813-1877.

Letters to Edward Brett Randolph, 1813-1848:

June 30, 1813. R.R. Randolph, Washington D.C. to Edward B. Randolph. Written on page of following letter.

1813. Jno. E. Meade, n.p., to Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

May 17, 1814. James Brown, Dq Qr Mast. Genl’s office, Sackett’s Harbour, to Capt. Edward Randolph, A.D.Q.M.G.

Oct. 2, 1814. Ryland Randolph, Camp Holly, to Lieut. Edward B. Randolph, Alexandria, D.C. (sic)

Feb. 5, 1815. John Benfort, Richmond, Va., to Edward B. Randolph, Alexandria.

Apr. 14, 1817. James Hook (?), Cap’n Inf., Fort Hawkins, Ga., to Lt. Edward B. Randolph, Paymaster 4th Infantry, Fort Montgomery, Mississippi Territory

May 2, 1817. R.K. Call, Nashville, Tenn., to Capt. Edward B. Randolph, Tensaw, Ala.

May 2, 1817. Nashville, Tenn., to Lt. Edward B. Randolph, Ft. Montgomery

June 11, 1817. Marcus C. Buck, Mount Royal, Va., to Lieut. Edward B. Randolph, Paymaster 4th Inf., Ft. Montgomery, Mississippi Territory

Aug. 30, 1817. Edmund P. Gaines, Hd Qrs., Camp Montgomery, Mississippi Territory, to Edward B. Randolph, Paymaster 4th Infantry

Sept. 14, 1817. Marcus C. Buck, Culpepper Court House, Va., to Lieut. Edward B. Randolph, 4th U.S. Infy, Tensaw, Mobile Territory

Sept. 23, 1817. Edmund P. Gaines, Camp Montgomery, to Edward B. Randolph, Paymaster at Camp Montgomery

June 21, 1818. Marcus C. Buck, Culpepper Court House, Va., to Lieut. Edward B. Randolph “with Genl Jackson’s Army via Fort Hawkins, Georgia”

July 4, 1818. Cummings, Fort Hawkins, to Edward B. Randolph, 4th Regt. Inf.

July 13, 1818. J.M. Glassell, St. Stephens, to Edward B. Randolph, Pensacola

Jan. 2, 1819. V. Cutler, Madison Barracks, Sackets Harbour, to Edward B. Randolph, Tensaw, Alabama Territory

Jan. 21, 1819. Marcus C. Buck, Culpepper Court House, Va., to Lieut. Edward B. Randolph, Late Paymaster 4th Inf., Fort Scott, via Fort Hawkins, Ga.

Jan. 24, 1819. V.B.B., n.p., to Edward B. Randolph, Washington, D.C.

July 28, 1819. H.R. Dulany, Montpellier, A.T., to Edward B. Randolph.

Aug. 7, 1819. James E. Dinkins, Major, U.S. Army, Montpellier, to “Mssrs. Neilson & Randolph, Sutlers of the 4th Infty.” Quotes exact from Col. King on inside page.

Aug. 7, 1819. Note from James E. Dinkins, Major, Montpellier, to ? regarding settlers

Dec. 9, 1819. R.K. Call, Hermitage, to Capt. Edward B. Randolph, Ft. Montgomery, Ala.

Jan. 18, 1820. James Patton, Alexandria, D.C., to Edward B. Randolph, Tensaw, Alabama

Mar. 7, 1821. Robert Neilson, Gainestown, to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper Court House, Va.

Jan. 18, 1822. Robert Neilson, Baltimore, Md., to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper Court House, Va.

Feb. 14, 1822. John E. Meade, Petersburg, Va., to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper Court House, Va.

Apr. 23, 1822. Peter R. Beverly, Alexandria, Va., to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper Court House, Va.

June 7, 1822. Peter R. Beverly, Alexandria, Va., to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper Court House, Va.

Jan. 19, 1823. A.R. Taylor, New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph

Feb. 3, 1823. A.R. Taylor, New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph, Mobile, Ala.

Feb. 7, 1823. R.C. Randolph, New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Mar. 11, 1823. Marcus C. Buck, Culpepper Court House, Va., to Edward B. Randolph, Mobile, Ala.

Mar. 26, 1823. A.R. Taylor, New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph, Mobile, Ala. On back page is account of their joint business enterprise.

Apr. 26, 1823. A.R. Taylor, New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

May 15, 1823. J.B. Hogan, Mobile, Ala., to Edward B. Randolph

June 10, 1823. R.C. Randolph, New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph

June 11, 1823. A.R. Taylor, New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Aug. 3, 1823. John. E. Meade, Washington, D.C., to Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Nov. 6, 1823. Marcus C. Buck, Culpepper Court House, Va., to Edward V. Randolph, “Columbus, Alabama”

Dec. 4, 1823. R. Randolph, New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph, Mobile, Ala.

Apr. 16, 1824. Mordecai, Mobile, Ala., to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper Court House, Va.

Apr. 21, 1824. J.B. Hogan, Mobile, Ala., to Edward B. Randolph

Oct. 1, 1824. Mordecai, Mobile, Ala., to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper Court House, Va.

Dec. 20, 1824. Mordecai, Mobile, Ala., to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper Court House, Va.

Feb. 15, 1825. Mordecai, Mobile, Ala., to Dr. Randolph, New Orleans, La. Written on back is letter below.

Feb. 20, 1825. R. Randolph, New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph

Mar. 4, 1825. Mordecai, Mobile, Ala., to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper Court House, Va.

June 18, 1825. R.C. Randolph, New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper County, Va.

July 21, 1825. Beverly, n.p., to Edward B. Randolph, Culpepper, Va.

May 22, 1833. Ryland Randolph, The Asylum of Kentucky, to Capt. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Dec. 12, 1835. R.E. Meade, (Greene?), to Capt. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Nov. 19, 1841. Jno. Davis, Macon, Miss., to Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Sept. 19, 1844. B.F. Randolph, Tuscaloosa, Ala., to Capt. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Nov. 2, 1847. David Davis, Wheeling, Holmes County, Miss., to Capt. E.B. Randolph, Receiver of the Land Office, Columbus, Miss.

Jan. 10, 1848. R.C. Randolph, Greensboro, Ala., to Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

May 11, 1848. Elisa Thilman (former slave), Greenville, Liberia, to Capt. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

June 8, 1848. John W. Napier, Bois d’Arc, to Edward B. Randolph. Typed copy.

June 24, 1848. John W. Napier, Bois d’Arc, (post marked Dayton, Ala.), to Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Jan. 26, ?. Byrd C. Willis, Willis, Va., to Lieut. Edward B. Randolph, Fort Montgomery, Mississippi Territory

Feb. 9, ?. J.M. Glassell, Pensacola, Fla., to Capt. Edward B. Randolph, Mobile, Ala.

June, ?. Dabney Lipscomb, Columbus, Miss., to Capt. Edward B. Randolph and wife

n.d. J.B. Hogan, to Edward B. Randolph

n.d. Large envelope, “E.B. Randolph”

Apr. ?. Envelope addressed to “Edward B. Randolph, Late Receiver of the Land Office, Columbus, Miss.”

Letters and papers of Edward Brett Randolph, 1825-1848:

1825 (prior to). Edward B. Randolph to Elizabeth Bland Beverley

Oct. 7, 1837. Edward B. Randolph’s obituary of Mrs. Augusta Randolph, wife of Victor M. Randolph

1844. Envelope. “Communications on Church Affairs”

1844. Edward B. Randolph’s conclusions (3) on the church schism

1844. Edward B. Randolph “to the Preacher in Charge and to the members of the M.E. Church in Columbus”

July 6, 1844. Edward B. Randolph, n.p., to “Dear Brother.” Note says it was not sent.

June 19, 1845. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss., to Rev. G.P. Sparks.

June 26, 1845. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss., to Rev. G.P. Sparks.

July 16, 1845. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss., to Rev. G.P. Sparks.

n.d. Edward B. Randolph’s statement of his conversion

May 9, 1846. Will of Edward B. Randolph. Typed.

June 23, 1846. Autobiography of Edward B. Randolph. Typed. (Of War of 1812).

October 1848. Inventory of the estate of Edward B. Randolph. Typed.

Letters to Elizabeth Bland Beverley Randolph (Mrs. Edward B.), 1845-1859?:

(Some of these letters have been copied in a notebook and are more legible than the originals. Where this has been done, a note has been made following each entry.)

Aug. 17, 1845. M, Tuscaloosa, Ala., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

Oct. 16, 1846. Harriotte B. Beverley, Elizabethtown, to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Mar. 30, 1847. Harriotte B. Beverley, Cedar Level, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss. Note added at end from E.R. Meade.

May 18, 1847. Reba W. Meade, Prince George Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss. Copy in notebook

July 23, 1848. Reba W. Meade, City Point, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss. Copy in notebook

Aug. 26, 1848. W.H. Williams to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

Feb. 17, 1850. Reba W. Meade, Prince George, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss. Copy in notebook.

June 13, 1851. Ann?, Ruthven, to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph. Copy in notebook

Feb. 9, 1852. George W. Sherman, Wilmington, N.C., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

May 10, 1852. Eleanor Meade, Oakleigh, Greensboro, Ala., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph. Copy in notebook.

Sept. 9, 1852. V.M. Randolph, Natural Bridge, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Sept. 11, 1852. Eleanor Meade, Cedar Level, Petersburg, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph. Copy in notebook.

Dec. 6, 1852. Eleanor Meade, Bolling Hall, Lock Lomond, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph. Envelope. Copy in notebook

Feb. 28, 1853. George W. Sherman, Philadelphia, Pa., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Apr. 11, 1853. Reba W. Meade, Prince George Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph. Copy in notebook.

June 2, 1853. Reba W. Meade, City Point Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

Nov. 4, 1853. A.T.R., Oakleigh, Greensboro, Ala., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss. Envelope

Feb. 1854. Set Woodville to “My dear friend” (Mrs. Edward B. Randolph)

Mar. 17, 1854. Jenney R. Sherman, Walnut Grove, Greensboro, Ala., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss. Envelope

Apr. 10, 1854. Jenney R. Sherman, Columbus, Miss., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

Apr. 10, 1854. Reba W. Meade, Petersburg, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

May 7, 1854. Lucie Tayloe, Oakleigh, Greensboro, Ala., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

May 27, 1854. Ann T. Randolph, Oakleigh, Greensboro, Ala., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss. Envelope

July 8, 1854. Reba W. Meade, Prince George, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

July 10, 1854. Reba W. Meade, Prince George, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

Dec. 30, 1854. Bessie R. Meade, Cedar Level, Petersburg, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

? 29, 1854. Reba W. Meade, Prince George, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Jan. 22, 1855. Same to same

Jan, 1855. Same to same. Also clipping concerning sale of land

Mar. 8, 1855. George W. Sherman, New York, N.Y., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

July 4, 1855. Same to same

Sept. 7, 1855. Sarah W. Powell, Brunswick Co., Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

Sept. 13, 1855. R.D. Powell, Alegana Springs, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

Sept. 21, 1855. Reba W. Meade, Cedar Level, Petersburg, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Columbus, Miss.

Nov. 12, 1855. Nell, Cedar Level, Petersburg, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

Dec. 10, 1855. Jenney Randolph Sherman, Eutaw, Ala., to Mrs. E.B.R

Aug. 15, 1856. Reba W. Meade, Ruthven, Prince George County, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

Sept. 27, 1855. Same to same with envelope.

Nov. 13, 1855. Eleanor Meade, Petersburg, Va., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

Jan. 1, 1857. Reba W. Meade, Ruthven, Prince George County, Va., to Mrs. E.B.R.

Apr. 21, 1857. Eleanor Meade, Petersburg, Va., to Mrs. E.B.R. Envelope

May 29, 1857. Reba W. Meade, Petersburg, Va., to Mrs. E.B.R. Addition by Eleanor Meade.

June 3, 1857. Marcia B. Thompson, New Orleans, La., to Mrs. E.B.R.

Aug. 22, 1857. Meade, Ruthven, Prince George County, Va., to Mrs. E.B.R.

Oct. 10, 1857. Jno. E. Meade, Greenwood Depot, Va., to Mrs. E.B.R.

Jan. 4, 1858. Reba W. Meade, Ruthven, Prince George County, Va., to Mrs. E.B.R.

June 25, 1858. Jenney R. Sherman, Old Point, Va., to Mrs. E.B.R., Columbus, Miss. Envelope

Aug. 13, 1858. Jenney R. Sherman, Petersburg, Va., to Mrs. E.B.R., Columbus, Miss. Envelope

Oct. 8, 185?. Maria B. Thompson, near Pass Christian, Miss., to Mrs. E.B.R.

Mar. 14, ?. Beth Randolph, Eutaw, Ala., to Mrs. E.B.R. , Columbus, Miss. Clipping enclosed. Envelope

Apr. 7. George W. Sherman, Columbus, Miss., to Mrs. E.B.R.

Apr. 9. Jenney R. Sherman, Columbus, Miss., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Oakleigh, Greensboro, Ala. Envelope

May 7. R.W.? Meade, Eleanor Meade, Petersburg, Va., to Mrs. E.B.R, Columbus, Miss.

June 8. R.W.? Meade, Prince George County, Va., to “dear friends all”

Sept. 4. George W. Sherman, New York, N.Y., to Mrs. E.B.R.

Sept. 30. Eleanor Meade, Marlbourne, to Mrs. E.B.R.

Nov. 20. Ann T. Randolph, Oakleigh, Greensboro, Ala., to Mrs. EBR, Columbus, Miss.

Dec. 2. Same to same

n.d. Lottie Meade, n.p., to Mrs. EBR

n.d. Jenney R. Sherman, n.p., to Mrs. EBR. Enclosed is a part of Lucie’s letter.

n.d. Jenney R. Sherman, n.p., to Mrs. EBR.

n.d. George W. Sherman, n.p., to Mrs. Edward B. Randolph

n.d. Envelopes (4). Addressed to Mrs. EBR, Columbus, Miss.

Elizabeth Bland Beverley Randolph (Mrs. Edward B.) accounts and will, 1852-1877:

Due 1852 Jan. 1. Account of Mrs. Edward B. Randolph made in 1851 with J.J. Sherman and Co., Columbus, Miss.

Due 1858 Jan. 1. Account of Mrs. Edward B. Randolph made in 1857 with Sherman and Ramsey, Columbus, Miss.

Due 1861 Jan. 1. Account of Mrs. Edward B. Randolph made in 1860 with Sherman & Ramsey, Columbus Miss.

1866 June 23. Account of Mrs. Edward B. Randolph made on this date by J.J. Sherman with Baskeville, Sherman & Co., New York, N.Y.

1877 Sept. 12. Will of Elizabeth Bland Randolph. Typed copy

Sherman papers, 1850-1913:

? 9, 1850. Virginia Randolph Sherman, Columbus, Miss., to husband George W. Sherman.

Dec. 14, 1861. George W. Sherman, Greensboro, Ala., to sons, Edward and Hugh

Apr. 22, 1865. George W. Sherman, ?, to E.R. Sherman (son), Columbus, Miss.

Mar. 6, 1885. R.F. Howard, to E.R. Sherman, Columbus, Miss.

Dec. 6, 1912. John S. Williams, U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C., to E.R. Sherman, Columbus, Miss. TLS

Jan. 5, 1913. LeRoy Percy, Greenville, Miss., to E.R. Sherman, Columbus, Miss. TLS

Feb. 18, 1938. E.R. Sherman to Mrs. Thomas Bailey Hardy. Envelope only

n.d. George W. Sherman, n.p., to wife

n.d. George W. Sherman, n.p., to Randolph (son). Enclosed in letter to wife

n.d. George W. Sherman, n.p., to Mary Ita (daughter). Enclosed in letter to wife

n.d. Envelope. Greensboro, Ala., to Mrs. Virginia Sherman, care of Mr. George Sherman, Columbus, Miss.

n.d. Envelope. To Mr. E.R. Sherman, Columbus, Miss.

n.d. “The Estate of George W. Sherman, Deceased.” Copy

Other letters, 1815-1947:

Jan. 16, 1815. W.H. Crawford to John Randolph, M.C., Washington, D.C.

Nov. 10, 1833. H. Craft, Holly Springs, Miss., to Jno. E. Meade

Dec. 10, 1844. Minge & Russell to J.E. Meade, Columbus, Miss. Re shipment on boat

Mar. 2, 1854. Jenney R. Sherman, Oakleigh, Greensboro, Ala., to Mrs. Cathy Hopkins, Columbus, Miss.

Apr. 20, 1854. V.M. Randolph, Navy Yard, Pensacola, Fla., to Mrs. L.B. Tayloe.

May 17, 1857. N. H. Cobb, Montgomery, Ala., to “Dear Madam”

Aug. 31, 1878. M.E.H. Bowen, Aberdeen, Miss., to “My dear children”

Sept. 9, 1916. Lethia Ann Tucker, Crawford, Miss., to Mrs. Mary Ita Hardy

Jan. 14, 1947. Mollie Sharp, West Point, Miss., to “Mr. and Mrs. Hardy”

n.d. Harris Dickson, Buchanan, Va., to Mrs. T.B. Hardy. Only the concluding page is here.

n.d. Note to “My dr Cousin” signed W. Braxton, Columbus, Miss.

Legal papers, statements, and similar documents: Randolphs:

Mar. 17, 1818. Two notes of money exchange

Jan. 28, 1819. Statement that account of Edward B. Randolph, late Paymaster of the 4th Infy. Is correct.

Nov. 26, 1819. Statement by John B. Hogan

Apr. 14, 182?. New Orleans, La., to Edward B. Randolph, Mobile, Ala. Mutilated

Sept. 24, 1835. Memo of agreement: Edward B. Randolph and R.E. Meade

Nov. 19, 1835. Deed: Victor M. Randolph, Greene Co., Ala., to Edward B. Randolph, land in Lowndes Co., Miss.

1838-39. Receipt: Capt. Edward B. Randolph for African Repository $3

May 1, 1839. Deed: Victor M. Randolph to Wm. N. Heslep

Jan. 18, 1839. Deed: John H. Irby, Adm. of Estate of Hardy Smith, to Edward B. Randolph. Sale of land

March 1840. Will: Written and signed by Richard Randolph, Columbus, Miss. Copy

Mar. 15 1841. Bond: Joseph Toland, Guardian, sells land to Edward B. Randolph

Nov. 3, 1842. Quit claim deed: Mary Smith to Edward B. Randolph

1843-1846. Expense accounts: members of the Randolph family

Apr. 1, 1844. Deed: R.W. Clement, Marshall Co., Miss. To Edward B. Randolph

Apr. 7, 1845. Deed: Green Spurlin & wife, and Admiral Warren & wife to Edward B. Randolph, Lowndes Co., Miss.

May 5, 1846. Deed of Conveyance: William Ezell, guardian, to Edward B. Randolph

1848. Bill for Medical services: Dr. Dabney Lipscomb to Capt. Edward B. Randolph

n.d. Bank Statement

1849. Constitution of the Parsonage Society

Feb. 14, 1850. Account: Mrs. Randolph to L. Green. (For work done on house.) Receipted 2-14-1850

Mar. 31, 1852. Circular advertisement: George T. Metcalfe, Washington, D.C. offers his services

June 19, 1852. Receipt: Mrs. Edward B. Randolph paid to T.C. Billups $50

1853-1855. Receipt: Mrs. Edward B. Randolph to the American Colonization Society for African Repository $2

Jan. 1, 1860. Reciept: Mrs. Edward B. Randolph, Harper’s Magazine $2

Feb. 21, 1866. Mrs. Edward B. Randolph paid to Ellen $5

Oct. 22, 1869. Account: Mrs. Edward B. Randolph in account with R.D. Powell. Receipted Feb. 17, 1870

Aug. 12, 18?. Legal document in Spanish

n.d. Receipt: Mrs. Edward B. Randolph to Sears Gayden (?)

Genealogical and family papers:

Article: The Religious Life of Capt. E.B. Randolph, A Methodist Church Leader. Typed.

Article: Families of Randolph and Sherman. Typed.

Article: “The Cedars” The Second House Built in Columbus. Typed

Obituary: Capt. Edward B. Randolph. Sept. 4, 1848. Written by George Shaffer. Copied from Pioneer Society Annals, Columbus, Miss. V.2. Typed

Letter: Mary Randolph, Cameron, Texas, to Mrs. Bailey Hardy, Columbus, Miss. May 31, 1952

Letter: Ewing R. Howard (Mrs. Willis M.) Houston, Texas to ?

Chart: Randolph Family 1618-1948 (handwritten – poor quality)

Chart: Randolph Family 782-1929 (handwritten – poor quality)

Miscellaneous:

Clippings.

Pamphlet: In Memoriam: Bolivar A. Vaughan

Poem (typed): Brer Rabbit

Essays: Procrastination, Idleness

Ms. Speech to Board of Engineers concerning the development of Selma chalk or cement beds in the Tombigbee Valley

Autograph of S.L. Clemens

Card: Mrs. Lila Colyer Thompson

U.S. Paper Money: 25 cents, 10 cents (2)

Wedding Announcement: Mary Ita Sherman to Thomas Bailey Hardy

A list of guests

Page from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Program

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