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Re: RANDOLPH, 56 Slaves, c1795, Chesterfield Co,VA

I have a william randolph
(his parents were richard & elizabeth ryland)

married to mary isham
in 1676?
they have offspring
William
Thomas
Richard
Henry & Isham

(related somehow to the surnames vanns, aytoun, kuykendall /vankuykendall
,to the rolls / lord of rollo ( scotland), joseph royall, katherine royall, col. john west, vezey, watts,
petitt, oulette, dit raymond/raimond, a lot of bouchers from quebec, hatcher ( see my inquiry
about my connection to slavetraders hatcher /gower )

http://www.afrigeneas.com/forum-fpoc/index.cgi/md/read/id/11991/sbj/redman-warrick-of-loudoun-co-va/

these names repeat in some of my other dna matches.
I am trying to find out who some of their
enslaved were. It's Probably how they are DNA matches to me.

I found this.

https://www.jstor.org/stable/1919859?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

I match to 20 different Bolling Families & 8 Kuykendalls &
7 Kennon families.

It's probably a slavery era connection thing/ they probably shared
& inherited generations of my enslaved ancestors.

I was busy working on another side of my ancestry but I probably need to research the bermuda hundred, soon -it's like opening pandora's box.

8) _ t.b.


18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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