Funeral Register of the First Presbyterian Church of Belfast, co. Antrim, N. Ireland. AD1712-1736(pr = preacher ?) Dec. 9, 1713. Mrs. Addair, at Loughan-More, (pr. Mr. Sam Smith, Senior) Apr 30 1714 child of James Adair, Mariner (??? was he in America c.1709) Apr 30 1714 child of Alexander Adair, Merchant June 1 1714 child of James Adair, Mariner. July 4 1714 child of James Adair, Mariner. Feb. 9 1715 child of James Adair, Mariner Nov. 2 1715 wife of James Adair, Shew-maker, (pr. John McConnall) Dec. 3 1715 wife of James Adair, Shew-maker, (pr. John McConnall) Nov. 1 1716...Alexander Adair, Merchant, (pr. James Adair) Dec 27 1716 child of widow Adair, (pr. James Adair) Mar 10 1717 child of Mrs. Adair, wide. (pr. David Forguson, Sexton) June 13 1717 Patterick aDair, Minister at Carrick forguss July 8 1717 dau John Kain, at Carrickforguss (pr. Mr. Adair) Sep 30 1717 child of widow Adair at Carrickforguss (pr. James Adair) Feb 8 1718 Mrs. Boyde, (pr. Sam Smith, jnr) Alex. Doliway, (pr. James Adair, merchant) 28 Dec 1718 child of James Adair, merchant. (2 entries?) May 9 1720 widow, dau, dau, Adaire, in Careforges whose boriel was in holewood, (pr. James Adaire, merchant , probably her bro-in-law) Jan 27 1722 child of James Adair April 8 1722 child of *Mr. Eddmeston / Edmonston, (pr. James Adair) Dec. 1 1723 child of James Adair, merchant Dec.30 1724 child of James Adair, merchant ------ Biographical notes (may or may not be correct) : Dec. 9 1713. probably widow of Ben Adair. She was Ann, dau. of Walterhouse/Waterhouse Crymble of Ballygalloch.
June 13 1717 bc1675, Presb, Minister at Carrickfergus from 1702, died 12 June 1717. (son of Wm Adair of Corgie, Wigtownshire & his wife Ann McDowell of Logan, Parish of Kirkmaiden.marr. contract 2 June 1660 or 1670)
May 9 1720 probably w. of Rev. Patrick. (They were cousins, and Isobella was apparently the only child of a Robert Adair and Rachel Forbes, and grand-dau. of Sir Robert Adair & his wife Jane (nee) Edmonston of Ballymena.) Rev. Patrick Adair of Carrickfergus was father ofWilliam Adair who was Sec. for the State of Virginia, America and first owner of Flixton, England.
Nov. 1 1716. Alexander Adair, his funeral paid by Mr. James Adair. ................. Would you know of any Adairs mentioned in the Clement of Straid files ?Thankyou.