Chart for Wm. Adare / Adair m. Mary Crawford below :
Starting with -
George MONTAGUE m. Jane HOWARD
17 Oct 1822 at St Pancras Old Church, Middlesex, England
and they had daughter, Sarah Ann MONTAGUE
Bap. 15 Jun 1823 at St Mary, St Marylebone Rd, London,
d.18 Apr 1898 at Unley Road, Unley, South Australia, 72 yrs
m. John Edward EBBS (b.1826 d.1852 )12 Jun 1847 at
Trinity Church, St Marylebone, London, England.
They had son Edward Montague EBBS b.16 Jun 1848 at
Middlesex Place, Christchurch, Marylebone, London. Died on 07 May 1904 at Salisbury, South Australia,55 years. Buried on 08 May 1904 at Primitive Methodist Cemetery, Salisbury, South Australia,grave no 169
m. Emily ADAIRdau of William ADAIR & Mary Anne Morrison ADAIR née CRAWFORD.
Born 23 Aug 1851 at Peachy Belt, South Australia.Married 11 Mar 1874 at Salisbury Primitive Methodist Chapel, Salisbury, South Australia. Died on: 19 Dec 1918 at Salisbury, South Australia,67 years. Buried on:20 Dec 1918 at Primitive Methodist Cemetery, Salisbury, South Australia.
Some newspaper entries for Adairs in South Australia were :
VIRGO - ADAIR
On the 20th March, 1866 at St. George's Church, Gawler, by the Rev. Canon Coombs, David, third son of Mr. James Virgo to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Adair, farmer, Peachey Belt.
HALL - ADAIR
On the 20th March, 1866 at St. George's Church, Gawler, by the Rev. Canon Coombs, George, third son of Mr. E. Hall to Jane, second daughter of Mr. W. Adair, farmer, Peachey Belt.
ADAIR - ATKINSON
On the 10th April, 1866 at St. George's Church, Gawler, by the Rev. Canon Coombs, John, eldest son of William Adair of Gawler Plains, to Deborah, third daughter of the late Mr. F. Atkinson, of Peachey Belt.
7 January 1867 - On 27th December, at the residence of her mother, Mrs. F. Atkinson, Peachey Belt, Mrs. John Adair, widow of the late Mr. John Adair, of a daughter.
OXFORD - ADAIR - On the 16th February, 1869 in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Salisbury, by licence, by the Rev. H. Cole, Mr. William Oxford, storekeeper, Salisbury, to Mrs. Deborah Adair, fourth daughter of the late Mr. Francis Atkinson, farmer, Gawler Plains.
NICKS - ADAIR.On the 29th April, 1869 at the Bible Christian Chapel, Gawler West, by the Rev. W. Richards, Mr. Philip Henry Nicks, to Elizabeth, fourth daughter of Mr. William Adair, both of Gawler Plains.