Allan, You appear to be the closest Adair to the undermentioned.Would you have any idea if this Miss Adair is related to Dr. "Robin" Adair.Thankyou.
Sir Caesar Hawkins b. Jan 10 1711 (d. Feb 13 1786) m. Sarah Coxe.There is a letter in the Royal College of Surgeons from Caesar Hawkins to Dr. William Hunter (who may have taken over from Dr. "Robin" Adair 1790 when he died). Sir Caesar Hawkins had son,
Charles (or Caesar ?)Hawkins, Serjeant-Surgeon to King George III, who m. 1stly Miss ADAIR and had son Rev.Charles Hawkins, Canon - Residentiary of York d. April 11 1857. m. 2ndly Harriet TRUESDALE 25 Sep 1788.
Another source writes - Mr. Adair Hawkins, a distinguished London Surgeon, had son, Boase Hawkins b. 1796 St. James, Westminster, F.R.C.P. 1826.
Another source writes - Caesar Henry Hawkins, British physician, b. Sep 19 1798, Bisley in Gloucestershire, d. July 20 1884.He was the younger brother of the physician Francis Hawkins (1793-1877).His father, a clergyman, was the younger son of Sir Caesar Hawkins (1711-1786) SERGEANT SURGEON to the kings George II and II and surgeon at St. George's Hospital, in which position he was succeeded by his son.
KELSTON PARK, terraced garden and landscape park, c.75ha. The Park 1767-1768 by Capability Brown for Caesar Hawkins. Local authority -Bath and North East Somerset. Historic county - Somerset Parish - Kelston.
Would you know of any Adairs, perhaps of the Parish of Kelston please ?
Sorry these are jumbled, but have been trying to confirm names, dates and places.Any information most welcome.