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From: "Mark Wood" <>
Subject: Fw: researcher of John EDM m. Marg. Robinson
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 1998 19:10:30 -0500


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From: Mark Wood <>
To: K DORNEMAN <>;
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Cc: Bill McKinley <>; Charla Edmiston Manica
<>; Deborah (Berry) Niemeyer <>; Doris Wickard
<>; FayStengler <>; Jean
Edmiston <>; Larry Overbay <>; Linda
Garrison <>; Mark Wood <>;
Orvan Edmondson <>; Stephen King <>; Steve
Deitz <>; Theodore Burton Edmiston, Jr.
<>; Warren & Peggy King <>
Date: Thursday, July 09, 1998 7:09 PM
Subject: Re: researcher of John EDM m. Marg. Robinson

>John ROBINSON had a Rockbridge Co, VA will filed 7 Apr 1789, in which he
>named his wife, Sarah. Ch: John, David, Mary, Rebecca, Sarah, Jean, &
>Hannah ROBINSON & Isabella Kerr. He also named a gch, David EDMISTON. Was
>David EDMISTON the son of a Lt. David EDMISTON killed in 1813 at the battle
>of River Raisin? Was John ROBINSON'S dau, Mary, the wife of Lt. EDMISTON?
>Mary & her unnamed children in KY in 1819 rec'd a year's support, after her
>husband's death.
>
>Then, we have a John R. ROBINSON b. 2 Feb 1793 SC, who had brothers, Wm. b.
>1796 & Ths b. 1799/1800 SC. In 1806, the 13-yr-old John ROBINSON went from
>TN to Clark Co, OH with his brothers, Wm 11 & Ths 6, after the death of
>their parents. John m. Mary EDMISTON in Clark Co, OH & had 9 ch. He named
>his 1st son James W. ROBINSON. Can anyone fit these EDMs/Robs into
>families? I'm forwarding this to the ROBINSON list to see if they can help
>put this puzzle together. Nancy Wood
>-----Original Message-----
>From: K DORNEMAN <>
>To: <>
>Cc: Bill McKinley <>; Charla Edmiston Manica
><>; Deborah (Berry) Niemeyer <>; Doris Wickard
><>; FayStengler <>; Jean
>Edmiston <>; Larry Overbay <>; Linda
>Garrison <>; Mark Wood <>;
>Orvan Edmondson <>; Stephen King <>;
Steve
>Deitz <>; Theodore Burton Edmiston, Jr.
><>; Warren & Peggy King <>
>Date: Thursday, July 09, 1998 5:25 PM
>Subject: Re: researcher of John EDM m. Marg. Robinson
>
>
>>at Battle of RivThank you so very, very much for all this wondeful new
>>information on Margaret Robinson's husband and her in-laws!
>> Here is some more information to add:
>> In Glenn Cliff's 1977 book, "KY Obituaries 1787-1854" pg 97:
>>"Mrs. Margaret Edmiston, relict of Capt John Edmiston of Fayette County.
>>He fell at the Battle of River Raisin. She died October 8, 1834."
>> And in their son, Dr. Alexander's obituary, who died July 11, 1812,
>>it states he was their only son. He left a young wife and parents both
>>still alive. No children. He died Lancaster Garrard co., KY.
>> Their daugther, Mary md. 24 July 1805 to James Richardson.
>> Another daughter, Margaret Edmiston, md. Sept 13, 1809 to William C.
>>Pruitt/Prewitt. In her uncle Col. William Robinson's 1813 Clark Co., KY
>>will she got $200. For clues to more descendants see:
>> www.starbase21.com/kybiog/fayette/prewitt.1.txt
>> for biography on Levi Prewitt, their grandson and his children, in
>>the Fayette co., KY gen. web page.
>> Also John Montgomery Edm. and his father are both in the DAR PATRIOT
>>INDEX.
>> Margaret Robinson, his wife, was probably born in Lancaster County,
>>Pennsylvania, like her brothers. The family (parents unknown) moved in
>>mid-1700's to Augusta county, VA... the part that later became known as
>>BOTETOURT COUNTY, VA. Around 1883, some of the family started to move to
>>the Lexington, Fayette County, KY area, including Margaret. Her two
>>brothers- Col's David and William Robinson had gone there in 1775 to
>>survey and claim their military land grants. They left when they heard
>>about the Revolution and returned in 1883 after the War ended.
>> Washington county, VA and Montgomery Co., VA were once part of
>>Botetourt Co. as I understand it.
>> Hopefully, this can help add to your information.
>> Thank you for adding to my family history!
>>Katrina Dorneman
>>
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