The source of my information comes from a relative of mine that has researched and compiled the Adams family history.The sources includes 3 different reports by several people, plus copies of marriage bonds, census entries, wills, and Civil War files for Anderson Adams. She explained the Revolutionary War service records are written in modern hand on a Civil War era ledger book.The reason for this is, by the early 20th century the original 1776 document was crumbling and so in the 30's a woman at the Pittsylvania City Courthouse in Chatham, VA. copied everything in the back of this 19th century ledger book.When my family received this copy, it came certified. We did not get a copy of the claims for Revolutinary Soldiers (Supplies) that these reports discuss.We do not know what became of the Oath of Allegiance documents that were falling apart.I don't know if the courthouse saved the parts. Maybe there is a County Historical Society there that would know. Apparently the courthouse in Chatham has quite a lot of data on our ancestors.
Also, there is an Adams Genealogical Society who publishes this Adams Family Addenda where Dr. Robert King has published and he has researched the Adams Family.The information seems to be very organized and well documented.
Please stay in touch and we all can contribute our Adams family history for generations to come.I have thought about contributing this Adams information to the Winchester, Ky. Public Library.