The information I have is that Edward Adair was married to a Margaret in Philadelphia, PA in 1791. His second wife was Elizabeth Gosaduisga, daughter of Cherokee Nation citizen Gosaduisga, about 1787, and his third wife was Elizabeth Scott, daughter of trader Walter Scott and Cherokee Nation citizen Sarah Hicks, about 1790.I have no information about a relationship between Sarah Hicks and Gosaduisga, other than they both had daughters named Elizabeth. I have not found any descendants of Margaret and Edward Adair.They apparently divorced.Elizabeth Gosaduisga and Edward Adair had a son, Edward Adair, Jr., born abt. 1789.Elizabeth Scott and Edward Adair had two sons, Walter Scott Adair, born January 28, 1791, and James, born in 1793.James died at about age 21, see the letter in post 4394. James is also listed as a son of Edward while attending mission school.Edward Adair was the administrator of his father-in-law Walter Scott's estate in 1794.Wonder if this had anything to do with their separation? Elizabeth Scott and Edward Adair divorced, and she married James Vann, who was also the husband of her sister, and they had a daughter, Delilah Amelia, born June 30, 1795, then they divorced, and she married John Shepherd, father of John, Jr., born between 1797 and 1802, she then marred William Springston and had children Jennie, born December 23, 1804, and Edley. James Vann disinherited Delilah Amelia and other family from his estate, leaving his holdings to his son by Elizabeth's sister Margaret, but the Cherokee Nation allowed his other children to also share in his estate. Elizabeth Gosaduisga and Elizabeth Scott have been confused over the years, with some, including myself, believing they were one and the same, however in the Cherokee Nation applications of their grandchildren, indication is they were different wives.