Catahoula Parish, LA Joseph Adair settled in East Carroll Parish where Joe's Bayou flowed into Bayou Macon. At one time, Joseph also lived in Concordia Parish. His children were : (a female, eldest ?) John, David, Martha, Sidney, Sarah.
John Adair's children were : Johnathan Marion Adair, Mary Malinda Adair, James Adair, Richard Harding Adair, Thomas Adair, William Adair.
Johnathan Adair's children were : Martha Euretta Adair, Marshall Newman Adair, Richard Randolph Adair, Johnathan F. Adair, Mary Malinda Adair. ................................. Conveyance Records Catahoula Parish, LA Book A 1808-1839 627C4 March 1826 – James Sharp sold land to James Corbit on Bayou Mason bound on south by lands of Joseph Beiller, on east by Bayou Mason and on north by Joseph Adair’s mill and on west by Congress lands. James Sharp James Corbit Witness: Z.T. Kirkland, Sam Gordon .............................. Concordia Parish or Washita Parish, LA 471CJan 1816 Isaac Adair sold to Jacob Bieller all his right, title, claim and interest to two improvements and settlements on Bayou Macon at a place called Yellow Bluff, including the grave where my brother, Hezekill Adair lies buried, the one improvement being made by me in February 1813, and the other improvement and settlement made in Aug 1813 by Charles McKenzie including buildings, fences, orchard and garden McKenzie improvement being assigned to me January 1816 Isaac Adair Witness: Joseph Adair 471CIt is believed that the said premises above alluded to are situated in Range 9, east and Township 13 and supposed to lie in the Parish of Washita ...
472C 10 Dec 1823 Joseph Adair appeared and acknowledged that he witnessed the above document and that Isaac Adair signed the within document.