Land Records [19 April 2009]
I've integrated the land record and inset property map provided by Delijim into the main text. The object here is to make the text of the overview a continuous narrative. There probably needs to be some additional work on David's land holdings, with additional reference to the Edmondson Notebook for Rockbridge county. probably also need an additional map showing the overall location of the Elk Creek property in relationship to larger scale county features--like proximity to Staunton, etc.Q 21:28, 19 April 2009 (EDT)
Importation [22 March 2009]
A key record for this David Edmiston of Augusta County, is his oath of importation.
This is partially (and inaccurrately) quoted by Source:Morton, 1920, but a more complete transcription is given in The Edmondson Family Association Bulletin. Published by M.P. Humphries, v.26-31 1993-1999, given in snippet view at Google Books
Source:Jones, 2005 Gives this slightly differently:
The substantive differences between these versions are that the Jones version
Jones also goes on to say that "Jesse" is given in various transcriptions (presumably Morton, 1920), but his reading of the original record is that it is clearly "James.