Ann Cary Randolph Bankhead

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-'''Ann Cary Randolph Bankhead''' (1791–1826), Thomas Jefferson’s eldest grandchild and the daughter of [[Martha Jefferson Randolph]] and [[Thomas Mann Randolph]], was born at Monticello. On 19 Sept. 1808 she married [[Charles Lewis Bankhead]], the son of Mary Warner Lewis Bankhead and one of her grandfather’s closest friends, John Bankhead. Three sons and a daughter from this union reached adulthood. In 1811 the Bankheads purchased Carlton, an 800-acre farm adjacent to Monticello. Charles Bankhead proved to be alcoholic, abusive, and improvident. Trustees managed his estate after 1815, when Jefferson sought to ease a financial crisis by adding 130 acres to the couple’s holdings. Ann Bankhead died of complications following childbirth five months before her grandfather and was buried in the family graveyard at Monticello. <ref> Shackelford, Descendants, 67–75; John Vogt and T. William Kethley Jr., Albemarle County Marriages, 1780–1853 [1991], 2:602; Elizabeth Trist to Catharine Wistar Bache, 7 May 1811 [PPAmP: Catharine Wistar Bache Papers]; MB, 2:1269–70; TJ to Thomas Jefferson Randolph, 11 Feb. 1826; Richmond Enquirer, 23 Feb. 1826 </ref>+'''Ann Cary Randolph Bankhead''' (1791–1826), Thomas Jefferson’s eldest grandchild and the daughter of [[Martha Jefferson Randolph]] and [[Thomas Mann Randolph]], was born at Monticello. On 19 Sept. 1808 she married [[Charles Lewis Bankhead]], the son of Mary Warner Lewis Bankhead and one of her grandfather’s closest friends, John Bankhead. Three sons and a daughter from this union reached adulthood. In 1811 the Bankheads purchased Carlton, an 800-acre farm adjacent to Monticello. Charles Bankhead proved to be alcoholic, abusive, and improvident. Trustees managed his estate after 1815, when Jefferson sought to ease a financial crisis by adding 130 acres to the couple’s holdings. Ann Bankhead died of complications following childbirth five months before her grandfather and was buried in the family graveyard at Monticello.
-== Footnotes == 
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==Further Sources== ==Further Sources==
-**Family Letters Project: http://familyletters.dataformat.com+*Elizabeth Trist to Catharine Wistar Bache, 7 May 1811 [PPAmP: Catharine Wistar Bache Papers]
 +*Family Letters Project: http://familyletters.dataformat.com
 +*MB, 2:1269–70; TJ to Thomas Jefferson Randolph, 11 Feb. 1826
 +*Richmond Enquirer, 23 Feb. 1826
 +*Shackelford, Descendants, 67–75
 +*Vogt, John and T. William Kethley Jr., Albemarle County Marriages, 1780–1853 [1991], 2:602
[[Category:People|Bankhead, Ann Cary Randolph]] [[Category:People|Bankhead, Ann Cary Randolph]]

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Ann Cary Randolph Bankhead (1791–1826), Thomas Jefferson’s eldest grandchild and the daughter of Martha Jefferson Randolph and Thomas Mann Randolph, was born at Monticello. On 19 Sept. 1808 she married Charles Lewis Bankhead, the son of Mary Warner Lewis Bankhead and one of her grandfather’s closest friends, John Bankhead. Three sons and a daughter from this union reached adulthood. In 1811 the Bankheads purchased Carlton, an 800-acre farm adjacent to Monticello. Charles Bankhead proved to be alcoholic, abusive, and improvident. Trustees managed his estate after 1815, when Jefferson sought to ease a financial crisis by adding 130 acres to the couple’s holdings. Ann Bankhead died of complications following childbirth five months before her grandfather and was buried in the family graveyard at Monticello.


Further Sources

  • Elizabeth Trist to Catharine Wistar Bache, 7 May 1811 [PPAmP: Catharine Wistar Bache Papers]
  • Family Letters Project: http://familyletters.dataformat.com
  • MB, 2:1269–70; TJ to Thomas Jefferson Randolph, 11 Feb. 1826
  • Richmond Enquirer, 23 Feb. 1826
  • Shackelford, Descendants, 67–75
  • Vogt, John and T. William Kethley Jr., Albemarle County Marriages, 1780–1853 [1991], 2:602