Would William ADAIR and Catherine JANES have lived near :
Deed, 8 March 1781 John Buis of Craven County, to Malcomb HENRY of Lincoln Co. NC 500 acres on headwaters of Allison's Creek, being part of three surveys lying on the Great Road and waters of Bullock's Creek. Witnesses: William MOORE, Thomas JANES, a member of 2nd Provincial Congress of SC 1775-1776, William HENRY.
Deed 1786 : Malcomb HENRY of York Co. SC to John GORDON of York Co.SC 500a on headwaters of Allison's Creek and Bullock's Creek on both sides of the Wagon Road including the plantation wheron EZEKIEL POLK lived, "conveyed Ezekiel POLK to Henry WILLIAMS, to Thomas Roden, to John Buis and to Malcomb Henry". Wit: John Lesly, John Gordon.... Bullock's Creek begins at King's Mountain with Clark's Fork and goes south and is entirely in York SC, but early on the border was vague and this "no man's land" had the name of "The New Acquisition" and which state it belonged to was not clear.