It does appear that the Edward Adair in Pendleton District may have been brother of John Adair who m. Lightfoot/Litefoot/Foster.
Betsey / Elizabeth Scott (bc................... ?) daughter of Walter Scott, British Agent to Cherokees and Sarah (Gosaduisga ?) Hicks, sister of Principal Chief Charles Renatus Hicks. Betsey had 6 or 7 husbands and died 5 Nov 1825. m1stly. Edward Adair, Sr. ( brother ofJohn Adair, m. Gahoga Lightfoot / Litefoot) and had : Edward Adair, Jnr. (bc.1789 ?) James (Jim) Adair (ref: Moravian Diary,Spring Place, Georgia ?). Walter Scott Adair "Red Watt",b. 28 Jan 1791(Cherokee Supreme Court justice) m. Nancy Harris. (It was noted that Edward Adair took his baby son away from his mother and reared him.One wonders if Edward Adair Jnr. b. 1791 was reared by Margaret if they had settled their tiff ? )
Walter Scott was Scottish, an Indian trader, and the sub-agent for the British colonial government to the Cherokee Indians at the end of the American Revolution.
Walter Scott had at least two wives, one being Sarah Hicks who was the mother of : Elizabeth, (m. Edward Adair)Mary, Margaret Ann, and Sallie Scott.
Sarah Hicks (Scott) later married Robert Brown (an employee of James Vann).
Walter Scott died in 1796 in the Pendelton District, SC, the administrator of his estate was Edward Adair (his son-in-law). Would there be anything in the will of Walter Scott mentioning where his son-in-law lived ?
According to the Moravian Diaries, Peggie (Margaret) Scott had a Cherokee half brother, Richard Scott, who she had not seen for over a decade. Richard's Scott's mother, the second wife of Walter Scott, may have been named "Gosaduisga", and also the mother of Nancy Scott who married John Thornton [Emmet Starr, p. 417].
Listed by Starr (p.417) as her full sister was Elizabeth Scott, but who was instead a full sister of Peggy (Margaret), Polly, and Sally Scott;
Betsey Scott was the mother of children by hubands : James Vann, Edward Springston, John Shepherd, Edward Adair ( see Pendleton Dist. reference above), Pleasant Rose, and Vogt (who may have built "The Vann House" for James Vann at Spring Place, GA).