The article and photo I have on Robert Adair's harp is from the book "The Irish Harp" by Hayward. A787.5 2.
"The Hollybrook Harp circa 1720. This harp, made in the County Wicklow about 1720, is the only known specimen of an old Irish harp with a built-up box.This circumstance may be due to the fact that there is no suitable willow in the greatly elevated Wicklow bogs.There are holes for 38 strings."
In "The life and times of Fr. James Healy" it mentions:
"When the young priest passed Hollybrook, en route to say his morning Mass, visions of its former occupant, Robin Adair, so famed in song, would rise."
Robert Adair's son John Adair of Kiltiernan Parish, Barony of Rathdown, co. Dublin had the demesne of Kiltiernan. In Griffiths Valuation c.mid 1800's it was owned or lived on by Richard Anderson and Miss Sarah Anderson.
He is also famed in verse in "The Kilruddery Hunt" to be found on the internet.