Squirrel 'Red' Adair's father was listed as We-lee on the Chapman Roll # 854.AKA William Wasp. I think I should have written it Adair/Wasp instead of Adair/We-lee.I was thinking that the We-lee was English for Wasp. but looking further, that is not a translation of Wasp.William's Cherokee name is 'Sah-le-goo-gih', which is a rough translations for Squirrel.On a website I found it (Squirrel) spelled several ways, 'Sa-la-li' and 'Sa-lo-li'.You know how the spellings were in the records.No one really knew how to spell the names back then, they just took a guess at it. I'm not real sure about the surname of Adair though. Not sure if there is a Connection to the other Adair lines or not. On the 1880 Census I have found the family of Nancy Adair, nee ?, in Flint District, with her and her children using the surname of Adair, while on the Dawes they use the surname of Owl.I know Owl is either a brother or son of Squirrel.This Nancy I just mentioned, i think was married to Owl.There may be in fact two Owls.I don't know at this point.Could you maybe shed some light on this?Thank you for the information on the Asbill's and Johnson's. I had not obtained the miller app's or census cards for them yet.