Also knighted by Charles II on his restoration in 1660 were:
James Butler who was created 20 July 1660 baron Butler and Earl of Brecknock of G.B. and in the following year Duke of Ormond of Ireland.In 1663 he was Ld.Lt. of Ireland.
George Monk, commander in chief of the English forces in the kingdom of Scotland who was the most considerable instrument of the restoration of King Charles II and was created by that monarch baron Monk and Duke of Albemarle.These titles became extinct in 1687 on the death of his son the 2nd Duke. Monk raised a Regiment of Coldstream guards in 1650 for Cromwell's army.
Some Adair correspondence around this period were :
Appointment by Col. George Monck (signature) Commander in Chief British Forces in the Province of Ulster of Sir Robert Adair as Colonel of Sir Patrick Weames' Regiment of Horse. dated 22 September 1648.
Petition from Sir Robert Adair, Kinhilt, to the Commissioners of Parliament of the Commonwealth of England (Cromwell's Parliament) for the affairs of Ireland, for the restoration of his Irish estate, sequestered for his part in the battle of Dunbar. dated 1652.
Case and opinion of Maurice Eustace, whether or not the heirs of Sir Robert Adair are liable to any kind of forfeiture for his part in the battle of Dunbar.dated 28 October 1658.
Petition from Archibald and Alexander Adair, sons and executors of Sir Robert Adair, deceased, for the recovery of losses incurred by Sir Robert Adair in reaising and maintaining a troop of horse in Ireland to assist General Monck.no date.