Candy and James Candy: I got the info in the mail.Thanks!I especially found the part on John Adair very interesting.I thought you might like to know all that was printed in the McMinn Co. Century Edition of the Semi-weekly Post De. 16, 1922. J. C. Adair J. C. Adair and Mary Clark were married on board ship as they came from Scotland 95 years ago, and settled where Ondus Burke now owns, near the "Narrows".They had a hause and seven acre lot with a fine orchard.They were the maternal grandparents of T.M. Frye, our County Court Clerk.They are Buried in the Cunningham Cemetary.
Tom M. Frye Tom M. Frye was born a few years ago on a farm in the sixth district, and is the son of Harvey Frye, who came from Virginia ninety years ago with his parents and settled where Sweetwater (Monroe Co.) is now located.
The subject of our sketch was twice crippled, once at four and again at fifteen years of age.He was educated by the assistance of Dr. J.R. Leonard, H. P. Williams, J. H. Curd, J. M. Irwin andPrf Charles F. Kelley.By the assistance of these men he was able to complete the high school course.His almost miraculous election to the office of County Court Clerk, the party of his opponent having over 600 majority, is well- known.
Also if you go to the www.family search.org and print out the family sheet for Julia Frye (daughter of Mary Adair and Harvey Frye) #6 - my grandfather- spelled his name Malcomb Cantrell McDonald and d. May 4, 1981, buried McMinn Memorial Gardens.#7 is Ernie Clyde McDonald b. June 6, 1903, d. Nov. 13, 1989, buried Etowah City Cemetary.#8 is Bob McDonald b. Nov. 22, 1907, d. May 1986, buried Cedar Grove Cemetary, Athens.
Also do you know which county the Adairs lived in PA?