Robin Adair's harp, Hollybrook, co. Wicklow, Ire.
John St Leger wrote a song to commemorate the visit of "Robin" Adair, M.P. (for Wicklow, Ireland, ?) to Puckstown, near Artane, co. Dublin Ireland (c.1734 or c.1754 ?)
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Sir John Leger, Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland was father of *John St Leger and of General Anthony St Leger who founded the St. Leger Stakes at Doncaster in 1776.
*John St. Leger m. Mary Butler, dau and heir of Colonel, the Hon. Thomas Butler, bro to the first Earl of Lanesborough.
Forster Adair of Hollybrook, was M.P. for Co Wicklow, Ireland
and his bro, John Adair of Kilternan, was M.P. for Co. Cavan,
both sons of Robert Adair, M.P. who d.1737.
Robert Adair was possibly of the wine firm of
Butler, Adair and Aldridge in Dublin, Ireland.
There are snippets in a search in google books on the Adair harp.
Robert, have you compiled any Adair notes from your visit to Ireland ?Thankyou.