Just a little more on the residence of "Hollybrook" of Robert Adair d.1737. "Hollybrook House" was in Kilmacanogue Parish in the barony of Half-Rathdown, co. Wicklow, 2-1/2 miles s.s.w. from Bray on the road from Dublin to Wexford. It was near the house of "Wingfield" of Rev. T. Quin. I believe there was a house "Wingfield" in England belonging to an Adair family. There were Quins of Adare, Limerick. A book on Irish houses lists Holybrooke House, Bray and the estate coming into the Hodson family by inheritance from the Adairs, the most celebrated member of which was Robin Adair, the popular C18 doctor, hero of the song. Damaged by fire ca 1969 afterwards sold.I have not been able to prove that Robert Adair 1716-1790 was son of this Robert Adair, though historians said he was.I have papers which show Robert purchased "Woodville" in co. Longford in 1720 which was 18 years after his marriage when "Robin" would have been about 4 years of age. I would have to look up the wills of John and Foster Adair which are in the National Library, Dublin to see if they mention him, but that is difficult as I live in South Australia.Does anyone you know live near Dublinwho could look them up for you ?