Sometimes named in deaf periodicals as St. George Tucker Randolph, but in legal documents of his time he is called John St. George Randolph. Born deaf at Bizarre, VA; student at the Braidwood (England) and Paris schools; after 1814, was in the Philadelphia Hospital for the Insane and in the Maryland Hospital (Baltimore). After 25 years, lived with Wyatt Cardwell in Charlottesville, VA; died either Dec. 4, 1857, or Jan.4, 1858.
Notable Deaf Persons, p.65-67; American Annals of the Deaf, vol.10, no1, Jan. 1858, p.51-53; American era, Dec. 1939, p26; The Frat, vol.37 no.10, May 1940, p.2-3.
ca. 1793-4 December 1857?