Randolph married Sarah Davis on November 9, 1809 in Warren Co., North Carolina. I believe they are listed in the November 15, 1810 Montgomery Co. Census under Randle Harris as head of the household.
Shortly after this they moved to Dickson Co., Tennessee where Randolph joined Capt. Michael Molton's Regiment in 1813 and fought in the Creek War.
They had several children, although, I know the name of only one for sure, who was born in 1815. He was John C. Harris who was born in Dickson Co., Tennessee.
The 1820 and 1830 census records indicate that Randolph and his family were still living in Dickson County.
In 1824, Randolph purchased goods at Drury Price's estate sale in Dickson County.
After 1830, I believe that Sarah died, for in 1840, the age of Randolph's wife, in the census record is recorded in the next age bracket down from Randolph's.
In February of 1839, a son Thomas H. Harris was born to Randolph and Molly his second wife. What Molly's last name was and when and where they were married is not known. It has been speculated that Mary was the daughter of former Guilford Co., North Carolina resident Thomas Archer who was a Tennessee land speculator in the early 1800s. This speculation is based on family papers that came down through the Harris line.
In 1840 Randolph R. Harris and his family are listed as living in Hardin Co., Tennessee.
By 1850, they are living in Fayette Co., TN and Randolph is just listed as R. R. Harris, his wife Molly is down as having been born in Tennessee circa 1797.
In 1856, Randolph was mentioned in the records as living in the Northeast corner of Fayette County.
Randolph is not listed in the Tennessee census for 1860, instead he and his wife Mary are listed in the 1860 Arkansas Census and are listed as living with T. A. Dixon and his wife Sarah J., who was their daughter, in Duncan Co., Arkansas. Their son Thomas H. Harris age 21 is also listed as living with them.
After this 1860 Census, Randolph disappears from the records. He must have died sometime after 1860.
In 1870 his widow Mary is living with her son Thomas H. Harris and his family in Fayette Co., Tennessee.
Thomas H. Harris was a soldier in the Civil War for the CSA from Fayette Co. later he removed back to Arkansas and died there in 1900.