Notes for James Adair, Sr.: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 89 James Adair (1752-1818) served as wagon master in Col. James Williams' regiment, South Carolina Militia. He was born in Ireland; died in Laurens County, S. C.
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 16 Mrs. Sallie Adair Pitts. DAR ID Number: 155033 Born in Clinton, S. C. Wife of James Milton Pitts. Descendant of James Adair, as follows: 1. Robert President Adair (b. 1841) m. Usila Frances Jacks (1844-76). 2. Robert J. Adair (1807-64) m. Sallie Jacks (1808-97). 3. James Adair, Jr. (1785-1862) m. Delilah Holland (1783-1864). 4. James Adair m. Hannah — (1750-1826). James Adair (1752-1818) was wagon-master in Col. James Williams' company, South Carolina militia. He was born in Ireland; died in Laurens County, S. C. Also No. 89355.
---------------------- RWS JAMES ADAIR, (S9264) born 15 Aug 1752 in Bucks Co,PA. Married Hannah ____. Served from York Co,SC in 1776-1782. Died 18 Aug 1818.
If the above is true, WHO is JAMES ADAIR, age 82 on 1832 pension roll of Chester Co, SC???
Signers of the "Williams Petition" included: Alexander Adair, Isaac Adair, James Adair, James Adair Sr. Joseph Adair Jr. Joseph Adair Benjamin Adair Joseph Adair Sr. James Adair Jr, son of James William Adair John Adair John Adair Sr. ===============================================
More About James Adair, Sr.: Burial: Unknown, Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church. Fact 1: Revolutionary War.53, 53 Fact 2: wagon master in Col. James Williams' regiment, South.54