Jane Randolph Jefferson (February 10, 1720 – March 31, 1776) was the wife of Peter Jefferson and the mother of US president Thomas Jefferson. Born in the parish of Shadwell , near London , she was the daughter of Isham Randolph , a ship's captain and a planter.
Virginia Jefferson Randolph (1801–1881), who married Nicholas Trist (1800–1874). Mary Jefferson Randolph (1803–1876). She lived at Edge Hill and helped her sister-in-law, Jane, supervise the household of her brother Thomas Jefferson Randolph. She and her sister Cornelia also visited the houses of their siblings during times of sickness.
His father Peter Jefferson was a planter and surveyor who died when Jefferson was fourteen; his mother was Jane Randolph. [b] Peter Jefferson moved his family to Tuckahoe Plantation in 1745 upon the death of William Randolph III , the plantation's owner and Jefferson's friend, who in his will had named Peter guardian of Randolph's children.
Thomas Jefferson Randolph (September 12, 1792 – October 7, 1875) of Albemarle County was a Virginia planter, soldier and politician who served multiple terms in the Virginia House of Delegates, as rector of the University of Virginia, and as a colonel in the Confederate army during the American Civil War.
Jane Randolph (born 1720), who married Peter Jefferson and had nine children, including Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States.  Mary Randolph (born October 1725 in Colonial Williamsburg ),  who married Colonel Charles Lewis of Buck Island and had eight children, including Charles Lilburn Lewis , one of the founders of Milton, Virginia .
Primeros años y educación Infancia. Thomas Jefferson nació en el lugar de Shadwell, Virginia el 13 de abril de 1743, en el seno de una familia acomodada. Fue el tercero de diez hijos (dos de los cuales nacieron muertos) del matrimonio formado por Peter Jefferson y Jane Randolph, dueños de una plantación que llevaba el nombre de la ciudad. 
Jane Randolph Jefferson (April 3, 1774 – September 1775) unnamed son (May 28 – June 14, 1777), lived for 17 days; Mary "Maria or Polly" Jefferson (August 1, 1778 – April 17, 1804) Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson (November 3, 1780 – April 15, 1781) Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson (May 8, 1782 – c. October 13, 1784)