It becomes increasingly difficult to imagine that our Cadwallader (JO-1) could be involved in any additional exploits during the year 1682. It was not until John Taliaferro(TA-4) testified in court many years later (yet to come) stating that he was with Cadwallader Jones(JO-1) in the summer of 1682 exploring the mountains and rivers toward what is now called The Blue Ridge. It would appear that it was during this time  that Cadwallader explored the headwaters of the Rapidan River leading to the discovery of what was to become the Shenandoah River. The following figure is a scan of his map published in the early 1690s, but marks the geographic positions he claims to have visited.
Much, much more will be presented from this map as the chronology evolves. But for now, give it a view, and see for yourself what was behind the Blue Ridge in 1682..