I have a piece of paper - "There has been no minister, at any period in the history of Irish presbyterians, engaged in such a continued series of important transactions as Patrick Adair (Armstrong). I assume this was written by said Armstrong. Late in life he drew up 'A true Narrative of the Rise and Progress of the Presbyterian Government in the North of Ireland', extending from 1623 to 1670. He d. in 1694, will proved 6 July 1695. He m. first his cousing Jean who d. 1675 2nd dau. of Sir Robert Adair of Ballymena; m. 2ndly a widow, Elizabeth Anderson, nee Martin. He left 4 sons, Rev.Wm. who was ordained at Ballyeaston 1681, removed to Antrim 1690 & died 1698, Archibald, Alexander & Rev. Patrick (minister at Carrickfergus d. June 1717) and a dau. Helen. sources: (amongst others) Reid's History of Presb.Ch.in Ireland 2nd edit 1867. Witherow's list & Mem.of Presb. in Ireland, 1st ser. 1879. Funeral Register (Presbyterian) at Belfast. Other sources I will post if requested.