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'''Edward Adair''' was born in the [[Chickasaw Nation]] (upstate [[Mississippi]] near the headwaters of the Yazoo River) say about 1756. His father [[James Adair (1714-1796)]] was an indian trader famously known for writing a book "History of the American Indians". His mother [[Eleanor Adair (1726-1803)]], was a native of the [[Chickasaw Nation]].
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'''Edward Adair''' was born in the [[Chickasaw Nation]] (upstate [[Mississippi]] near the headwaters of the Yazoo River) say about 1754. His father [[James Adair (1714-1796)]] was an indian trader famously known for writing a book "History of the American Indians". His mother [[Eleanor Adair (1726-1803)]], was a native of the [[Chickasaw Nation]].
   
He married first Margaret in Philadelphia on 7 Apr 1784 (?)
 
   
Edward married second Elizabeth Martin of the Cherokee Nation probably in the Cherokee Nation say about 1789. Elizabeth was born probably in the Cherokee Nation say about 1769. Edward died probably in present-day Oconee County after 3 Nov 1800. Elizabeth died probably in the Cherokee Nation after 13 Jul 1816.
 
   
 
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== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
 
* ''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 - unpublished work by Shawn Potter Aug 2015.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.
* [https://www.chickasaw.net/Our-Nation/History/Historical-Articles/Culture/James-Adair-and-the-Chickasaws,-Part-II-The-Way-of-the-Warriors.aspx James Adair and Chickasaws, Part II] - The Way of the Warriors (2004) - Chickasaw.net.
 
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* ''Early Adairs of Laurens County'' - compiled by Mildred Brownlee.
* ''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 - unpublished work by Shawn Potter Aug 2015.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. This analysis purportedly shows that John and Edward were sons of Historian [[James Adair (1714-1796)]] and his Chickasaw wife and that they both married Cherokee brides, thus confirming John Adair as patriarch of the "Cherokee Adair" branch of the Adair Family.
 
* "Early Adairs of Laurens County, South Carolina," compiled by Mildred Brownlee, 1990, copy at the Laurens County Library; Source Records: Wills; Intestate Estates; Deeds; Court Records; Cemetery Inscriptions. Some dates of birth and death obtained from Lineage Charts. Dates of birth and death subject to correction. Spelling of names subject to correction.".
 
 
* [[Edward Adair]]
 
* [[Edward Adair]]
 
* [[James Adair in the Ninety-Six District]]
 
* [[James Adair in the Ninety-Six District]]

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