The Robert Adair deeds mentioned on page 1586 related to Kingsale / Kinsale, co. Cork (14 miles south of Cork), not Wexford.
Starting from 1609 the deeds were -
1) Matthew Butler, (Searcher, Gauger and Packer, this may have been like a Customs Collector / Agent ?) Patent June 30, 1609.
2) Chas Grimesditch,vice Butler, Patent July 8, 1612.
3) John Daniell, Grimesditch dec'd, Patent March 8, 1633
4) Mounterfort Westhroppe, Daniell dec'd, Patent Jan 20, 1660.
5)Thos. Buxton, Westhroppe dec'd, patent Feb 3, 1692.
6)John Smyth, Buxton surrendered 19th. Patent March 21 1697.
7) Charles Coolinge (Colinge), vice Smith, patent Aug 8, 1702
8) Geo. Higgins Nov 16, 1705 and Jan 17, 1714.
9) Robert Adaire, Higgins removed, Patent March 21, 1714, and Oct 26, 1727.
10) John Adaire, his father deceased, Patent, Sep. 22 1737.
11) Henry Keppel,John Adaire deceased, Patent Sep. 30, 1761.
I am not sure if this ties in with the Adairs of "Litter".i.e.
page 854 LITTER -
Litter, alias Templeogan, alias Templekeogane, alias Carrickkenedy, alias CASTLEHYDE, had 2 Rectors, but the successions were so irregular to one of these rectories that it is now difficult to trace them.
1622 Oct. 4; Nicholas Saunders admissus ad Rectoriam dimidiatem de Templeogan, Cloyne;
Arthurus HYDE, patronus.
1638 Feb. 7, Thomas Smith, R.; R. & V., 1661 - 1665;P. Coolins in 1663.
One wonders if, when Bishop Archibald Adair had to flee in 1641, whether he had had or/and still retained the "livings" of these parishes.
However, Kinsale is also mentioned in volume VII, p. 1788 -
Dublin, 9 Oct 1725. Dr. Coghill to Rt.Hon. Edw. Southwell. "My Lord-Lieut. gave the living of your town of Kinsale (Rincorran) to Mr. Sheridan, and he being at Cork, on 1 Aug. preached, and took for his text, "Sufficient to the day is the evil thereof;" this was immediately brought to town, and Mr. Tighe mentioned it to my Lieut., much to the prejudice of Sheridan, upon which he was forbid the Castle."
Any information on Adairs from Cork appreciated.Thankyou.