Indiana Register, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Extracts MARRIED. On the 20th of March 1860 by Rev. James Bruce of Mercersburg, REV. J.M. ADAIR, (bc.1820 ?) of Stone Valley, Huntingdon county, PA, to Miss Sarah CUMMINS, (bc. 1824) daughter of Col. William CUMMINS of Kishacoquillas Valley, Mifflin county.
DIED. ADAIR. At McAlavey's Fort, Huntingdon county, Pa., on the 14th July 1866, Sarah C. ADAIR, wife of REV. J.M. ADAIR, formerly of Indiana county, PA in the 41st year of her age.
In 1858, Standing Stone Valley was made a separate pastoral charge, and the following year the Rev. J.M. Adair was installed pastor.
Jackson Township Schools Source: History of Huntingdon and Blair Counties – 1883 A private school by the name of Stone Valley Academy is maintained in the township. The board which controls the school was first organized September 9, 1873, and the members were Rev. J.M. ADAIR president, George M. McAlevy treasurer, William S. Smith secretary, James Magill and Samuel Morrison.