Some info: 1850 Census - Dist. #2 - Williamson Co., TN
Family #111 John Ragsdale - Age 45 Sally Ragsdale - Age 23 (Married 5-2-1849 Wm. TN) Solomon Ragsdale - Age 5 (born approx. 1845) Martha Ragsdale - Age 4/12
Family #112 Thomas Ragsdale - age 35 Dicy Ragsdale- Age 25 (Daughter of Daniel Ragsdale and Margaret Hewston (Houston) Ragsdale) Mary J. - Age 7 William H. Ragsdale - Age 5 George W. - Age 2 Sarah A. - Age 1/12
Family #113 Margarett Ragsdale - Age 50 (Widow of Daniel Ragsdale) Daniel Ragsdale's will was written in 1840 John B. Ragsdale signed as a witness. Daniel Ragsdale's estate was probated in 1843. Daniel is a son of Benjamin Ragsdale. The children listed in the probate file were: Mary Ragsdale, Jane Ragsdale, Dicey (Mrs. Thomas) Ragsdale, William J. Ragsdale, Harvy H. Ragsdale, George Ragsdale, Malinda B. Robinson and Neredith M. Ragsdale.
The children still living with her in 1850 were: Mary, age 33, Jane, age 29, William, Age 24, Harvey, Age 19 and George age 14.
Bondsman 1st Marriage: The bondsman for John C. Randolph and Dicy Ragsdale was John Lunn. John Lunn is the father of Nicholas Green Lunn who married Soloman Jenkins Ragsdale's sister in-law Lucinda Bradley.
Solomon Jenkins Ragsdale married Parthenia Josephine Bradley 25 Dec. 1867. He went by the nickname Jinks.
He lived with John B. Ragsdale until his death you can find them in the census records. 1860 - Hickman Co., TN John B. Ragsdale 1870 - Hickman Co., TN J. B. Raggsdell
I did not find John B. Ragsdale in the 1880 Census. There is no evidence that he ever left the Williamson and Hickman County, TN area so it appears that he has died between 1870 and 1880. Wife #2 Sarah is living with one of her children, not with Jinks. Jinks is living next door to Nick Lunn in Maury Co., TN.
Bondsman 2nd Marriage of John B. Ragsdale: Porter Montgomery was the bondsman for the marriage of John Ragsdale and Sarah Dowdy. Porter Montgomery was married to John B. Ragsdale's sister Rhoda. Porter Montgomery also gave a deposition for Benjamin Ragsdale when he was applying for his Rev. War Pension.
There is more info, not sure that you are interested but you might check out the Lunn connection there had to be some reason that John Lunn was the bondsman for John C. Randolph.