Perhaps your Sarah Adair may have been relative of -
Mary Adair mc 1680/1700 (Antrim, Ireland ?) son John Young (b. Antrim, Ireland ?) d. 1747 Augusta, VA married Annie HOUSTON.
Children of John & Anne Young (nee Houston): Sarah Young John Young Hugh Young Robert Young, Snr. James Young Jane Young William Young.
There is an unexplained John Young in the court records in Augusta Co. VA (previous Rockbridge Co. ?) who died in 1747.His administrator was his brother, James Young, who died before he could take care of John's estate.His surities were placed by Robert Young and Partte Martin.It is probable that this is the same John Young as listed here, and that he moved to the colonies with some of his adult sons.If so, then James Young is a proven sibling from the statement of same in John's administration with Robert being John's son.
Ref: Chalkley: June 17, 1747 (216) Administration upon John Young granted to James Young (his brother). 1745-1748 Young's appraisment.James Young and John Young, deceased. 17 March 1741. 1747, James Young's petition to administer an estate of John Young, his brother and nearest heir, 17th June 1747... Wills Page 46. -- 17th June. 1747.James Young (1) qualifies administrator of John Young, with sureties Partt Martin, Robert Young... Pahge 76, -- 17 March,1747.John Young's appraisement ... page 32. --- 25 March, 1749.Youn Young's estate, Dr. to James C. Young, administrator: names mentioned; Capt. Daniel McAnare. Capt. John Brown Hugh Young Robert SCOTT Robert BOYD John DAVIS
There was a William Young living in Qugusta County, VA, that was born shortly after the year 1702 according to the following entry in Chalkley who may have been a brother or nephew of this John Young. William Anderson vs. William Young-O.S.; N.SD. 6 -- Answer filed 29 Nov. 1802 Augusta, VA.Wm. Young is near 100 yrs old.