In a book on the County of Suffolk, England, vol. 1 1846 p.201 by Suckling, there is and Adair chart showing :
Sir Robert Adair of Ballymenagh in the co. of Antrim, b. Feb 1629, only son and heir of William, raised a regiment of foot, and a troop of horse for King Wm. III. Died at lodgings in College Greet, near Dublin, Feb. 1745 aged 86yrs.
married 1stly - Penelope Colville and had son Capt. William Robert Adair who d. 19 April 1762.
2ndly - Martha who died 1705, bur. in St. Bride's Church, Dublin 12 Aug. 1705.
3rdly - Anne, marriage settlement dated 22nd October 1705.
4thly - Arabella Richetts, married 9 Feb. 1720 died Oct. 1742 and they had son Alexander Adair, baptized 4 Sep. 1720. ..................................... In the Registry of Deeds, Dublin, Ireland, Vol. 17, page 89, number 8251. 30 Oct 1716 (refers to earlier deed 1715) Sir Robert and Dame Anne Adair of Ballymenagh, parties number 1 of the deed. Mathew Lafitt, Palmerstown, Dublin, party numbers 1 and 2. Edward Weir, Dublin City, party number 2. Edward Weir snr, mentioned Richard Weir, mentioned. Witnesses : Capt. Nicholas Cassell John Christell David Harvard Richard Jacob. Occupiers: John Clarke George Dillon James Dillon, deceased *** Penelope Dillon, widow Sir William Fowns, Dublin City Samuel Gamble, Westmeath Margery Gibton, Westmeath Thomas HALLAM, Westmeath** John Russell Nathaniel SHAW, Dublin City ** William Sherlock, Westmeath Edward Simpson, Westmeath William Smith, Westmeath Roger Webb, Westmeath .......................... refer Google book "Montgomery Manuscripts" p.112 - Sir Robert Adair m.1stly Penelope Colville m.2ndly Martha, (dc.1705 ?) m.3rdly October 1705 (shortly after the death of Martha), to Ann McAulay / Mcauly, (dau. of Alex. Mcauly of Dublin, friend of Swift ?) and had Robert who m. Catherine Smallman. m.4thly Arabella Ricketts
Are there any records of a marriage to Dame Anne ? Thankyou.