Parents: COL Archibald Thomas Edmonston (1670-1734), Jane (Beall) Edmonston (1674-1745).
Spouse of James Archibald Edmonston: His CousinMary Ann (Beall) Edmonston (1704-1767).
Margery Edmonston (1729-1801),
Archibald Edmonston Jr. (1734-1786),
Ninian Beall Edmonston (1735-1816),
Jane Edmonston (1734-1801),
Sarah Edmonston (1743-1826),
James Edmonston Jr. (1745-1793),
Margaret Smith Edmonston (1746-1747).
Captain of Colonial Militia.
Judge / Justice Montgomery County, Maryland.
29 July 1714 "EASY PURCHASE": Maryland and Virginia Colonials: Genealogies of some Colonial Families. by Sharon J. Doliante. Page: 51., Capt. Archibald Edmonston had due him 900 a. , by virtue of an assignement for 1000 a., from Mr. Henry Darnall. being a warant granted the said Henry for the said Quantity, Oct3 31, 1713. Capt. Edmonston was therefore granted 900 a. called "Easie Purchase", in Pr. Geo's Co. (Land Office, Liber PL#3, ff. 490-2). Mar. 3 1715 "THIS INDENTURE. . . Between Archibald Edmonston of Prince George's County, in the province of Maryland Carpenter . . . and James Beall of the County and Province aforesaid planter, Witnesseth, that the said Archibald Edmonston for and in Consideration of the sume of Seventy two pounds Sterl in hand paid . . . Hath granted bargained Sold, and Confirmed to said James Beall all that tract or parcell of Land Called Easie Purchase lying and being in prince George's County, Beginning, at a bounded White Oak Standing on the South Side of a Hill near a small branch, in the forke of the Eastern branch of Potmack River & running thence East . . . Containing nine Hundred Acres more or less, together with all buildings houses, Orchards, Gardens, ffences Improvements woods underwoods timber & timber Trees ways passages Easments, appurtenances benefitts profitts and commodityes wt soever . . ." (Pr. Geo's Co. Deeds, Liber E, ff. 512-14), (Wit: Thomas Sprigg, John Bradford. Jane, wife of Archibald Edmonston, acknowledged.). (The afore said land sold to James Archibald Edmonston is now present day Edmonston Maryland.). books.google.com Pages displayed by permission of Genealogical Publishing Com Genealogical.com Viewed by John P Vickery IV On:13 Aug 2016.
Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.Original data - Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970. Louisville, Kentucky: National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Microfilm, 508 rolls. Repository - Ancestry.com.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with James by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with James: