Edward Adair, Scots-Irish trader with the Cherokee people in the late 1700's and early 1800's, had two children by wife Betsy Hicks, a half Cherokee.The Moravian Diaries state that Betsy had a severe hearing problem. Edward and Betsy were the parents of Walter Scott Adair (b. 1791) and James Adair bc 1793.This James Adair died as a young man as the result of serving in the Andrew Jackson led war with the Creeks. Betsy married James Vann, half Cherokee planter, and had a daughter, Delilah, b.1795 later named Delilah Amelia (who married Capt. David McNair, a Scots-Irish planter) when she was converted by the Moravian missionaries.Betsy also had sons Charles Vogt, Tighman Rose, and John Shepherd, Jr., also another son and daughter, Jennie b. 1804 and Edley Springston, for a total of at least eight children by six husbands. A sister of Betsy also had a child by James Vann, and another sister, Margaret (Peggy), ten years younger than Betsy, was married to James Vann at the time of his death. Peggy and James Vann had no children together, nor did Peggy have any children by her second husband, however she raised and taught a number of children, and served as an interpreter, especially after becoming a convert and closely attached to the Moravian mission at Springplace, now in Georgia.