- For the Indian Historian, see James Adair (1714-1796)
Robert (James) Adair was born circa 1709 in Ulster, County Antrim, Ireland and died circa 1783 Bladen County, North Carolina of unspecified causes. He married Clark Hobson (1715-1763) 1744 in South Carolina.
|Offspring of Robert (James) Adair and Clark Hobson (1715-1763)|
Ashpole Church Memorial
Located in front of Ashpole Presbyterian Church in Rowland, North Carolina is a large memorial stone tribute to James Robert Adair, listing his exploits as pioneer physician, patriot of the revolutionary war and indian historian. No information on who put this stone here or why. FindAGrave attempts to link him to immigrant Thomas Adair, but GENI.com gives many reasons to thoroughly dispute this association. This spot is most likely the final grave of Robert Adair, no relation to our James Adair (1714-1796), but frequently confused with him.
- wikipedia:en:James Adair (historian) - Wikipedia
- James Adair, Indian Trader - GENI (Note: Historical background for Robert Adair, but all is mislabeled as James Robert Adair).
- Chickasaw Wife and Family of James Adair, Author of the History of the American Indians. - unpublished work by Shawn Potter Aug 2015. Shawn and his wife Lois are the authors of a book to be published sometime in the future entitiled. The book uses extensive historical documentation and modern DNA analysis to assemble his family history.
- Early Adairs of Laurens County - compiled by Mildred Brownlee.
- Robert Adair
- James Adair in the Ninety-Six District
- Adair in Bladen County, North Carolina
- Adair in Laurens County, South Carolina
- Adair in County Antrim
- Adair's History of American Indians - Mormon Wikia analysis of the James Adair history book.
- FamilySearch Profile on James Adair - While the article in general is about James Adair (1714-1796), the Indian Historian, Section #19 discusses this Dr. Robert Adair in great detail about his life history.