John Thompson Adair, grandson of Edward's brother John Adair and Gahoga (his second wife was Jennie Kilgore, who was white) stated in a family history that Edward and John Adair had a brother James who came here with them from Antrim Co. Ireland, but their brother James returned to Ireland. Moravian mission records indicate that trader and royal agent of the English to the Cherokee, Walter Scott, and his Cherokee wife, Sarah Hicks, had three daughters: Margaret Ann, (also known as Peggy), Elizabeth (Betsy), and Sarah (Sally). Sarah (Sally) Scott married a McDonald.Probate records from Abbeville, SC list Edward Adair as the administrator of Walter Scott's estate in 1794, along with Wm. Dunlap and Saml. Houston. Edward Adair and Elizabeth Scott were the parents of Walter Scott Adair, born January 28, 1791, and were probably still married when her father died. Elizabeth Walker, Miller App. 2179, Tahlequah Dist., CN, Fort Gibson, IT, lists only her father under the listing of children of her grandparents, however since James died at an early age, she may not have known about her father's full sibling. A grandson, Hugh Montgomery Adair, states in his application that Edward also had a daughter by the name of Peggy, who married a Wilcox, But no records have been found in this regard. In "Springplace Diary", records of the Moravian mission, which was located near the James Vann home, missionary John Gambold to _____Reichel, March 27, 1808, stated information about the settling of the estate of James Vann, relating he had married two wives who were sisters and had two sets of children.The children of the wife who had left him were omitted from his will and so was she.His widow was Margaret Scott.Her son Joseph is known to have inherited a large portion of his father's estate.Elizabeth Scott's child by James Vann was Delilah Amelia Vann, born June 30, 1795, and Elizabeth Scott also had a son by John Shepherd, John Shepherd, Jr, born between 1797 and 1802. Also two children by William Springston; Jennie, born December 23, 1804, and Edley. Edward Adair had Edward Adair, Jr. by Elizabeth Gosaduisga.Emmett Starr lists Elizabeth and Nannie as the daughters of Gosaduisga, Elizabeth being the wife of Edward Adair, and Nannie marrying John Thornton. Edward was previously married to a Margaret in Philadelphia, PA April 7, 1784, who said Edward had a sister in Georgia. (June 11, 1791 Augusta Chronicle and Gazette).