MSS. 257. 1813-1947. 0.02 cubic feet and 1 reel microfilm. Papers of Edward Brett Randolph, officer and sutler in the 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.
Mississippi State University Libraries, "Randolph-Sherman papers" (2019). Special Collections Finding Aids. 71.