Yes it was common to see the same people registered in different places only because the county boundries changed. However, David Adkins left the Greenbrier Co., VA(WV) area around 1810 and moved to what is now Lawrence Co., KY. Since David was born (see below)in VA that was never a par of Kentucky no double bookkeeping is possible.
Regarding BFT Adkins I only know what the Ronnie Adkins and The Turner papers reported. As to the accuracy I know that both David Turner and his children are considered expert genealogist. Ronnie Adkins is a direct descendant of the William Adkins and Elizabeth Parker lieneage and lived in Wayne Co., WV until he joined the USAF. He had a lot of paper documents and family that helped put the story together.
The sources are
- Adkins, land of York, Surrey County, England, to Beech Fork, Wayne County, West Virginia book Turner papers by Ronnie Adkins, He can be contacted at 3540 S. Georgetown Drive, Montgomery, AL 36109-2232.
- Adkins, Families of the Virginias, Featuring Descendants of William and Elizabeth Parker Adkins, The Turner Papers, Vol 9. You can contact Ronnie Turner at 9901 Greenview Lane, Manassas, VA 20109. I do not have Ronnie’s email address but his brother Van Turner can help. He is at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is an overview of the lineage from William Adkins to BFT Adkins: William Adkins (1690-?) & Elizabeth Parker (1700-) to Mary Adkins(1735-1817) to David Adkins (1764 Va-1835 Lawrence Co., KY) to BFT Adkins (1831 KY). David Adkins m1 Judith ? and they had 7 children. Judith died ca 1806 in Greenbrier Co. VA(WV) She was born 1788 in Montgomery Co., VA. David married 2nd time Sylvia Ceclia Adkins (b 1788 Montomery Co., VA). Children of David and Sylvia were, Enoch, Fanny, Goldsberry, Martin, Nicalberry, Elliott, Green L , Lafayette and BFT.