Randolph, Edward, 1632-1703
- Existence: 1632 - 1703
Edward Randolph was a colonial administrator of the Committee of the Privy Council for Trade and Plantations. Randolph played a major role in planning the Dominion of New England. He held several positions: secretary and register, collector of customs, surveyor of woods, and general auditor.
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Identifier: Mss 686190
Scope and Contents Excerpt of a town meeting [Salem?] run by Edward Randolph regarding land owned by Richard Wharton and Bartholomew Gedney.