John, Mildred Brownlee's material was not a book but was type written by her with deed books numbers listed with her information on the various Adairs in Lrs. County, S.C. It is available at the Laurens library there. I don't know where you live but if you don't live in S.C. then, I would write or call & request a copy of it. (I have a copy of Mildred's material so I know it exists). Elaine Martin is head of the Genealogy dept. there but she only works 2 days a week. I live in Alabama. Another Adair descendant is looking over the land properties and grants at present time. Send me your email address at my email address: email@example.com and I'll send you some of her emails. Type in subject line: Adair Genealogy or Adair Family so I will know it is you because of spam blockers & such. They say that the famous James Adair did live in Laurens County at one time but I haven't seen anything to prove it. I'm not sure which John Adare (Adair's) land bounded James Adair, Sr.'s grant land. There was a deed transaction on 12 Feb. 1796 between John Adair & Wm. Holland involving 120 acres on a small branch of Duncan Creek, North on Jno. McCreary now John A. Elmore in which Sarah Adair (wife of John Adair) & Eleanor Adair (Widow of James Adair) had to sign for release of dower Lrs. Co.Deed Bk. F, p. 109. Mildred thought this suggested John Adair may have been James & her son. James & Hannah's son, James Jr. named sons Robert James, James Isaac & James Henry according to information I received from a descendant. Mildred also thought the land transaction between them, (James Adair, Sr. & Eleanor) with John Jones suggested that he was a possible son-in-law: Lrs. Co. Deed Bk. F, p. 10, 25 Feb. 1784 in which they deeded 120 acres of land to John Jones adj. SW on John Adair, NE on James Montgomery & SE on John MCCreary with witnesses: James Adair, Saddler, James Adair, Jr. James Miller. (Notice the names of the two James'). The Col. James Williams Petition shows the 3 James Adair men as James Adair,Senr., James Adair, Jr. and James Adair. (I have a copy of the Wms. Petition). Many other Adair men also signed the same petition. Now back to the above 120 acres must have been part of James Adair, Sr.'s land grant. The 120 acres mentioned above was deeded from Hannah Jones, widow of John Jones, to her son William Jones on 1 Aug. 1795 and this record mentions that it was part of the 200 acre grant, see Lrs. Co. Deed Bk. F, p. 8. Laurens County Court minutes of 1785, p. 165 mentions that James Adair, son of James was appointed road overseer, which I found in "Some S.C. Genealgical Records", by Janie Revill. On 6 Feb. 1792 William Price & wife Margaret to James Adair, son of James, 50 acres on Allisons Creek of Duncan Creek, adj. Thomas Allison, Sr. Witnesses were Eleanor Adair & Margaret Jewell, Lrs. Co. Deed Bk. D, p. 207. One deedafter that referd to him simply as James Adair in Deed Bk. H, p. 20 & James Adair, Sr. in 1807 Deed Bk. H, p. 249 & (Deed Bk. K, p. 65 & Deed Bk. M, p.77-78 where James died intestate).