The example you use at the top of p. 141 (Section 3.26) is extremely useful on a number of fronts.
I feel the FS user, with their permission, deserves credit in the citation itself. Regardless, this is a head-scratcher because there are a great many layers involved in this one. Here's what I came up with:
Daughters of the American Revolution, Bible, family and miscellaneous records from New York state, vol. 1-3; database with images, FamilySearch (familysearch.org : accessed 2022), DGS no. 860276, image 751 (Skinner Family Bible); transcription by Mrs. Frederick R. Davis, n.d., for Daughters of the American Revolution chapter in Schenectady, New York. Mrs. Davis notes the Bible, dated 1718, was in possession of Louis Skinner of Schenectady, New York, when she transcribed the pages containing family records.
Is this general arrangement on the right track? ...or should I lead with Davis? Thanks as always!!