Thank you Brian. Further to T.B.Adair of Loughanmore in the "Belfast News-Letter", re land dispute about George Shaw's estate with a son, Joseph Shaw. Undermentioned is a record of the 1739 transfer to T.B. Adair of Loughanmore, co Antrim, N.Ireland.The Houston cousins of Adair in Antrim possibly married Miss Shaw of this family tree ?
PRONID3919/A/1. 13 May 1700 Lease from Rt. Hon. Clotworthy Lord Viscount Massereene to George Shaw, Ballynasareene [sic], Co. Londonderry of 15 acres of land in Antrim, Co. Antrim for 3 lives. Yearly rent £3.10s.0d.
PRONID1242/27/1.8 July 1715. Lease from Clothworthy, Lord Viscount Massereene, of Massereene [?], Co. Londonderry to George Shaw of Ballynasereene [?] Co. Londonderry of land in Antrim for a yearly rent of 20s. for 3 lives renewable
PRONID3919/B/1.10 May 1739 Conveyance from George Shaw, Co. Antrim Thomas Benjamin Adair, Loghanmore, Co. Antrim of premises in Co. Antrim for consideration of £120.
D2977/3A/4/3/7.1 November 1777 Counterpart lease, Randall William Earl of Antrim to George Shaw, baker, of Larne, Co. Antrim, of 23A.3R.16P. of Antiville for 3 lives or 41 years. Rent £16.1s.11d.
PRONID2977/3A/4/1/83.11 October 1783 Counterpart lease, Randal William Earl of Antrim to George Shaw, Gentleman, of Mount Skeffington, Co. Antrim, of the corn and wheat mills of Larne and the corn mill of Kilwaughter with the hirlage of the mills and a corn kiln, tenements and 7A.1R.35P. of land belonging to the mills, for 3 lives or 31 years. Consideration £260. Rent £60.