m. abt. 1741 Prob. Virginia
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Genealogy Report and Notes for James Robinson and Hannah Robinson:
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1. JAMES3 ROBINSON (JAMES2, JAMES1)1 was born Abt. 1717 in Of Augusta County, Virginia1. He married HANNAH ROBINSON Abt. 1741, daughter of JOHN ROBINSON and SARAH ???. She was born Abt. 1724.
Notes for JAMES ROBINSON: From Chalkley's Augusta County, Virginia Court Records:
Page 152 - - 7th April, 1768. James robinson's will, weaver - - to son, James Robinson, Jr. ; to sons, John and David, 200 Acres on North River; to son, Samuel, 60 acres on North River; to daughters, Rachel, Hanna and Jane. "I give to my dearly beloved wife Hanna, Isabella, Margaret, each 1/3 of the remainder of my estate after the above is paid off." Executors, wife Hanna and James Edmiston Miller. Teste: Saml. Moore, Jas. Welsh, Wm. Napier. Proved, 15th November, 1768, by Moore and Welsh. Edmiston qualifies, with James Trimble and Robt. Thompson.
Re: John and James Robinson - Augusta Co. VA Posted by: vawimer Date: June 27, 2001 at 20:12:57 In Reply to: John and James Robinson - Augusta Co. VA by James A. Veregge of 9075
Notes for HANNAH ROBINSON: Clue to the identitiy of the husband of Hannah Robinson:
Subj: Re: Other Robinson family in Augusta County Date: 12/24/2004 2:11:10 PM Pacific Standard Time From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: Delijim@aol.com Sent from the Internet (Details)
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It dawned on me (duh!) a few weeks ago that Rebecca Robinson Hay's sister, Hannah Robinson, married a Robinson (a cousin, perhaps?)
Upon reading your data on the two Hay families of Augusta, VA, it was obvious that my Charles Hay was not directly connected to those families, yet........lingering questions remained in my mind.
The Chalkley Chronicles referred to a James and Hannah Robinson dated 1769. And I have the record from GreenvilleCo, SC where in 1772 James and Hannah Robinson sell land to Jameston Hatcher, bro-in-law of Charles and Rebecca, who are also there in GreenvilleCo.
When I read your 2nd Robinson file, I was looking for a James who could have been Hannah's husband and there it was!!
4. JAMES3 ROBINSON (JAMES2, JAMES1)6 was born Abt. 1717 in Of Augusta County, Virginia6. He married HANNAH ???.
I'd bet the ranch this is Rebecca Robinson Hay's sister, Hannah.
I have no clue yet where Charles Hay met and married Rebecca, nor do I know where his sister, Sarah, married an unknown Bowling before she married Jameston Hatcher, but I really do believe Charles Hay/Rebecca, James Robinson/Hannah, and Sarah Hay/Bolding were in GreenvilleCo, SC in 1772. For many reasons, our research indicates that it was likely that Sarah Hay Bolding's husband died in SC c1775 and shortly thereafter she married Jameston. I believe Sarah and Jameston had not known each other earlier. By 1780 Charles and Jameston were in WashingtonCo, VA/TN. I don't know if James/Hannah returned with them.
Children of JAMES ROBINSON and HANNAH ROBINSON are:
Notes for RACHEL ROBINSON: WILL OF RACHEL EDMONDSON - Will book 3, Page 293, Washington County, Virginia
In God's Great Name Amen. I, Rachel Edmondson, of the County of Washington, and State of Virginia, being weak in body but sound mind and disposing memory, for which I thank God, calling to mind the uncertaintyof human life and being desirous to dispose of all sutch wordly Estate as it has pleased God to bless me with after the payment of my debts and Funeral Expence, I give and bequeth the same in the manner following: that is to say:
I give to my daughter, Hannah Kerr, one negro girl named Rose. She is to stay with her mother, Polly, one year after my death gut the said Hannah Kerr shall pay to my son David Edmiston in property one year after she received said girl, one third part of the value of said Rose, and said Girl shall be said Hannah Kerrs during her natural life time, and if her husband James Kerr, survives after the death of Hannah, he is to keep said Rose untill his death and after his death I allow said Negro girl, with her issue, to my grandson, Moses Kerr and his heirs forever. I give to my son William Edmiston three dollars. I give to my son Moses Edmondson two dollars. I give to my daughter Nancy Robinson my sadle and one bed. I give to my daughter Rachel Robinson one bed tick. I leave my body clothes to be equally divided among my daughters Gean, Betsy, Nancy and Rachel. I give to my son David's daughter, Rachel, my spinning wheel. I give to my son John one other Negro boy named Jacob. I likewise give to my son John one negro woman named Poly to be his while he remains unmarried, but if he marries I qllow said Polly to choose her master among the six hereafter named shall if she will take choice, if not Executors hereafter named shall make the right of her to any one of the six they shall think proper, to wit: my son David, my son John, my son-in-law Alexander Robinson, David Robinson, Mitchell robinson, but he that gits said Poly in two years after shall pay to each of the other five one-sixth part of her value in good merchantable property. I do not alow said Polly to be taken away from her husband entirely. All my other property not before particularly mentioned I give to my son John, and lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my two sons, David and John Edmiston. Executors of this my last Will & Testament, hereby revolking all other and former Wills or Testaments heretofore made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this forth day of May in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twelve.
Signed, sealed, published and declared as for the Last Will and Testament of the above named Rachel Edmiston in the presence of us:
David Kerr David Robinson
Notes for MOSES EDMONDSON: From Family Tree Maker site of Claude Dwight Drew:
224. Moses Edmiston, born 1740 in Ireland; died in Washington Co., VA. He was the son of 448. David "Turk" Edmiston and 449. Isabella. He married 225. Rachel Robinson 1764 in Washington Co., VA.
225. Rachel Robinson, born 1744; died May 1812 in Washington Co., VA. She was the daughter of 450. John Robinson and 451. Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson.
Children of Moses Edmiston and Rachel Robinson are: i. Jean Edmiston. ii. Elizabeth Edmiston. iii. Hanna Edmiston. iv. Agnes Edmiston. v. Rachael Edmiston. vi. John Edmiston. vii. Moses Edmiston. viii. Nancy Edmiston. ix. Betsy Edmiston. x. David Edmiston, born 1765. 112 xi. William Edmiston, born 1773 in Augusta Co., Va.; died 1847 in Washington Co., Va.; married Martha Edmiston July 07, 1795 in Washington Co., VA.
The following establishes a close proximity of the Edmondsons and Robinsons, mentions William Edmondson (Moses' father), Moses Edmondson, Thomas Edmondson (not sure of relationship), and James Robinson, possibly the brother of Moses' wife:
The Washington County VA Surveyors Record 1781-1797 © by Rhonda Robertson, 1998; presented by permission. Many Thanks! http://www.ls.net/~newriver/va/washsurv.htm
Page 229 - James Robinson...180 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holston River...Beginning corner to patrick Watsons land...crossing the branch at the mouth...on Col. William Edmonsons line...on Moses Edmonsons line...March 14, 1783 - James Robinson, assignee of William Edmondson...300 ac...on the south side of the Middle Fork bounded by Major Edmonson, Thomas Edmonson, Patrick Watson, & Moses Edmonson...actual settlement made in 1776...August 17, 1781
Page 259 - James Robinson...215 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River...Beginning corner to Patrick Watsons line...on Moses Edmondsons line...March 14, 1783 - James Robinson, assignee of William Edmondson...300 ac...on the south side of the Middle Fork bounded by major Edmondson, Thomas Edmondson, Patrick Watson, Moses Edmondson, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776...August 17, 1781
Page 458 - John Robinson, assignee of Moses Edmondson - 50 ac - treasury warrant #8184 dated February 2, 1782 - on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River - corner in Samuel Edmondson's land - June 27, 1796
Page 458 - James Robinson, assignee of Moses Edmondson - 100 ac - treasury warrant #8184 dated February 2, 1782 - on a branch of the middle fork of Holstein River - line of Thomas Edmondson, Sr.'s land - corner to David Snodgrass - line of James Robinson's land - corner to David Martins land - corner to John Kelley's land - corner to Andrew McKee's land - June 27, 1796
1. robnsn-ancestry.com.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 17, 1999. 2. Wilson, Howard McKnight, The Tinkling Spring, Headwater of Freedom, (Privatetly published by The Tinkiling Spring and Hermitage Presbyterian Churches, pub. Fishersville, Virginia), pg. 481. 3. Wilson, Howard McKnight, The Tinkling Spring, Headwater of Freedom, (Privatetly published by The Tinkiling Spring and Hermitage Presbyterian Churches, pub. Fishersville, Virginia), pg. 480. 4. Family Tree Maker site - The Karen Lewis Paramore Home Page, Karen Marie Paramore, 6915 Rash Court, Granbury, TX 76049, (817) 326-2135. 5. Murfin, Ed (e-mail: email@example.com) GEDCOM received 4/18/98, Moses Edmondson died bef June 17, 1806, Washington County, Virginia. 6. Frances Cooke Chan, Ancestors of Edna Katherine & Pearl May Barlow, with Allied families of Robinson, Edmiston, Wilcox, Alton, Farwell, Welby, Harwick & Martz, (Langford Publications, P.O. Box 68, Hervey Bay, Queensland 4655, Australia, pub. 1998), pg. 46, Moses Edmiston's will is dated 12 April 1806 and he had died my 17 June, 1806, on which day his will was proven. Moses left his plantation for life to his wife, Rachel, and to go to his son, Moses on her death. Three negro slaves were also willed to family members.