From Proni records--
Hugh Adair, d. 1900; of Arthur Street and Malone Rd.; stationer and printer; probate granted to Hugh Ainsworth Adair, Esq.
Hugh Ainsworth Adair of Arthur St. and Moorma, Cultra, Co. Down; d. 1912; probate granted to Bessie Adair, widow and Hugh Adair, printer.
Adair family of 6 Malone Rd., Cromac
Hugh A. Adair, Church of Ireland, head
Elizabeth Adair, wife, aged 49
Ainsworth Adair, aged 17
Mary H. Adair, 20
William T. Adair, aged 15
Harrison Adair, aged 13
1911 census record
Now living at 27 Ballycultra, Hollywood Urban, Co. Down
Hugh Ainsworth Adair, aged 55, master printer and stationery
Bessie Harrison Adair, 60, wife
Mary Harrison Adair, 30, dau
William Thomas Adair, 26, son
Harrison Adair, 24, son
Catherine Macredy Adair, 22, dau
Hanna McCutcheon Jeffern, 85, aunt
Living at 10 Desmesne Rd., Hollywood, Co. Down
Hugh Adair, aged 32, stationer
Margaret, wife, aged 31
Eileen Adair, 10, dau
Hugh Adair, 9, son
Bessie Adair, 4, dau
1 April 1950 at Brighton Rd., Methodist Church,
Hugh Ainsworth Adair, only son of H. H. Adair of Hollywood, Co. Down married to Vera Elizabeth Macauley, dau of H. T. B. Macauley of 10 Clareville, Rd., Rathgar, Dublin; son born Oct. 28, 1952.
(RE:Macauley family--On 6 Nov. 1948 Olive M. Macauley, dau of H. T. B. Macauley married at Rathgar Methodist Church to Cecil Montgomery, only son of R. Montgomery of Dublin).
Belfast Cathedral makes a mention of H. H. Adair and H. Q. V. Adair who served in W. W. I.
Also from Roll of Book Collectors
no date--W. Harrison Ainsworth, solicitor and novelist of Manchester, afterwards of London.Connected?