He served under Captain James Murray and Major Gilchrist.
Initially a pension request was denied for Ichabod Randolph due to his short time of service, but then a pension was approved after his wife fought the decision.
Ichabod Randolph was born on July 19, 1760, in New Brunswick Township, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He married Margaret Liggett in 1802 and they had eight children. They resided in Paxton, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, during the American Revolution. Ichabod died in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, on August 29, 1840. Ichabod and Margaret are buried in Prospect Cemetery in Brackenridge, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. At the grave of Private Ichabod Randolph, there is a marker indicating “Revolutionary Soldier,” placed by Fort Hand Chapter, NSDAR.