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J.B. Randolph James Banton Randolph
Full Name: James Banton Randolph
Date of birth: May 21, 1874
Date of death: March 15, 1950

Terms of Service top
Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 98 Jan 10, 1911 - Jan 14, 1913 32nd   Democrat Junction / Kimble   Bandera, Edwards, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble
Biographical Notes and Resources top
Biographical Sketches
  • Obituary and photo, "Death Closes Career of J.B. Randolph, Judge of 112th District; Junction Burial," 3/17/1950, p. 1. John Banton Randolph. Fort Stockton Pioneer.
  • Obituary and photo, "District Judge J.B. Randolph Is Buried Last Week: Casebier Named to Succeed Late Jurist, Former Kimble Official Dies in Fort Stockton," 3/23/1950, p. 1. Junction Eagle.
  • Obituary, "Judge Randolph Dies Wednesday," The Texas Mohair Weekly (Rocksprings, Texas), 3/24/1950, p. 1. District Judge J.B. Randolph, born 5/21/1874 in Madisonville, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Randolph, marriage to Mamie Terry 6/23/1895, died at his home in Fort Stockton. "Judge Randolph began his legal career in Kimble County. He was Kimble County judge for 19 years. He served one term in the Texas legislature as representative from Kimble County." Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
  • Other Resources
  • James Banton Randolph, birth date 5/21/1874 in Madisonville, Madison County, Texas, parents John Warren Randolph and Dora Connor; marriage to Mamie Willie Terry 6/21/1894 in San Saba County, children Lillian, Clyde, and Hazel; death date 3/15/1950 in Fort Stockton, Pecos County. Groesser Family Tree. Ancestry.com.
  • Census of 1880 - James B. Randolph, Coleman County, age 6, born circa 1874 in Texas, father John W. Randolph, brother John H. Randolph.
    Census of 1900 - Banton Randolph, Kimble County, Junction, Kimble County, age 26, born May 1874 in Texas, attorney, spouse Mamie.
    Census of 1910 - J. Benton Randolph, Kimble County, age 36, born circa 1874 in Texas, lawyer, spouse Mamie W.
    Census of 1920 - James B. Randolph, Kimble County, age 45, born circa 1875 in Texas, lawyer, spouse Mamie.
    Census of 1930 - James B. Randolph, Kimble County, age 56, born circa 1874 in Texas, County Judge and stockman, spouse Marie W. [Mamie].
    Census of 1940 - J.B. Randolf, Kimble County, age 65, born circa 1875 in Texas, lawyer, County Judge, spouse Mamie. FamilySearch. 1880 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940
  • John Banton Randolph, death date 3/15/1950 in Pecos County. FamilySearch Texas Death Index, 1903-2000.
  • John Banton Randolph, birth date 5/21/1874, death date 3/15/1950 in Fort Stockton, Pecos County, lawyer, District Judge. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
  • James Banton Randolph, home address in Junction, Kimble County, birth date 5/21/1874, Kimble County Judge, draft registration in Kimble County 9/12/1918. FamilySearch United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
  • Judge J.B. Randolph, birth date 5/21/1874, death date 3/15/1950, burial with spouse Mamie Terry Randolph in Junction Cemetery, Junction, Kimble County. Find a Grave.
  • 32nd Legislature (1911) - J.B. Randolph, postoffice Junction, nativity Texas, lawyer, age 36 (born circa 1875), Democrat. Texas Legislative Manual.
  • Photographs
  • Photograph. J.B. Randolph, 32nd Legislature, State Preservation Board
  • Composite Photographs on Display in the Capitol
  • 32nd session composite photo of House members (House chamber gallery, west wall. 3W.2). State Preservation Board.
  • Committee Informationtop
    32nd R.S. - 1911
    Civil and Criminal Procedure  
    Judicial Districts  
    Public Lands and Land Office (Chair) 
    Stock and Stock Raising  

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