re: 1851 census from Killead Parish Co Antrim, Northern Ireland.
ROBERT ADAIR, 40 (Head) [Married 1839] - FARMER (Antrim) (R) JANE ADAIR, 37 (Wife) [Married 1839] - FLOWERER (Antrim) (R) MARY ADAIR, 11 (Daughter) [Unmarried] - FLOWERER (Antrim) (R/W) WILLIAM ADAIR, 9 (Son) [Unmarried] - AT MR. DUFFY'S SCHOOL (Antrim) (R) ROBERT ADAIR, 2 (Son) [Unmarried] - NONE (Antrim) * HENERY ADAIR, 5 months (Son) [Unmarried] - NONE (Antrim) DAVID ADAIR, 77 (Father) [Widower - Married 1799] - LABOURER (Antrim) (R) Died Since 6th June 1841: MARGRET ADAIR, 2 (Daughter) - NONE - Decline - Autumn 1847 NANSEY ADAIR, 79 (Mother) - NONE - Decay - Summer 1849 ............................ Just above the Civil Parish of Killead was the Civil Parish of Grange of Muckamore containing the townland of "Muckamore" of *Henry Adair and "Balloo" of William Adair. (Were they connected to this Henry ?)
Just to the right of Civil Parish of Grange of Muckamore was Civil Parish of Grange of Nilteen. I had marked on the map townland of "Loughermore" - Mr. Blair, and townland of "Dunadry" of Blair who m. Adair. This may have been of the Blair-Shaw family who purchased Dunskey Estate, Wigtownshire, Scotland from the widow of Hugh Montgomery of Ards (and Portpatrick), who remarried a famous Rev............, and sold Dunskey Estate to Blair.