There are Adair entries in Nick Reddan's Registry of Deeds Index Project, Dublin, Ireland, which he updates regularly. .............................. Robert Adair & Jane Forster, eldest daughter, Anne Adair (Adeare),m. 17 July 1707 at Saint Patricks, Dublin, Ireland (IGI C700271) to William Molesworth, son of Robert Molesworth 1st Visc. & Letitia Coote, and bro of the 2nd & 3rd Visc. Molesworth. .......................................... Calendar of Treasury books, Volume 31: 1717 'Treasury Warrants: August 1717, 1-5', Calendar of Treasury books, Volume 31: 1717 Aug. 1, 1717 Royal warrant dated Hampton Court to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal The present grant is in consideration of many good and acceptable services performed by him. King's Warrant Book XXVIII, pp. 409–10. Same to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland for a patent to pass the great seal of Ireland to grant to William Molesworth, his executors &c. the office and offices of Alnager and Collector of the Subsidies of Aulnage within the kingdom of Ireland and to grant and demise to him, his executors &c. all and every the Subsidies of Aulnage within the said kingdom: all for 31 years from date thereof: at the rent of 10l. per an. to the Crown: all in consideration of the good services performed to the Crown by the said Molesworth and in view of the letter of July 20 last from you, the Lord Lieutenant, enclosing the report from the Revenue Commissioners of Ireland relating to the Aulnage Office. Out Letters (Ireland) X, pp. 144–5. ..................................................... NATIONAL LIBRARY OF IRELAND Letter of R. Adair to Viscount Molesworth concerning estate matters, Wilson and West's map, and the Alnage. Dublin, May 2, 1721. Citation: , Vol. VIII, pp. 307-308, 1913 Collection: Clements Mss
Letter of W. Molesworth and R. Adair to Richard, 3rd Visct. Molesworth (aide-de-camp to the Duke of Marlborough, and commander-in-chief of his majesty’s forces in Ireland) concerning support for Will Smith in the election for the Borough of Swords and concerning the Borough of Phillipstown. Dublin, June 24, 1727. Citation: , Vol. VIII, p. 397, 1913 Collection: Clements Mss. Richard Molesworth (bro of John, 2nd Visc.)m.1stly Jane Lucas & 2ndly Mary Usher. Richard Molesworth’s younger bro, William Molesworth m. 1726 Anne Adair.
Three letters of W. Molesworth to his brother Visct. Molesworth concerning family matters, death and burial of their mother (nee Letitia Coote, dau of Lord Colooney). Dublin, March 17, 24, April 30, 1730. Citation: , Vol. VIII., pp. 404-405, 1913
(Not sure if a Houston relative of Charles Adair, father of Robert Adairm may have married a Miss Coote)