re: Andrew Adair b. before 1740 (or 1745 ?) d.1773, Williamsburg Co, SC. Andrew's (1st ?) son was James Adair b. before 1763. Andrew's (2nd ?) son Samuel Adair had father-in-law, Samuel Blackwell who served under Marion in the Rev. War. Samuel Adair d. 1794/1799, Williamsburg, SC( Samuel's widow remarried McCLAREY / McCLEARY) Andrew Adair's (3rd?) son WILLIAM ADAIR may have also served under Marion in the Rev. War. ................... Mecklenburg Deeds: Book 4, p. 519-520: James David of Tryon Co. planter to Arthur Patterson of Meclenburg for 200 As on waters of (SUGAR CREEK ?) between the lands of James Johnston and Robert McCLARY, formerly conveyed by John DAVIS to James DAVIS. Wit: John DAVIES and Samuel McCLEARY.
Vol 9, 30th book. P101: 23 April 1771 John DAVIS of Mecklenburg to Thomas Polk of same land on the waters of SUGAR CREEK adj. Elijah Alexander, Saml McCLERY 50 acres conveyed by deed 24 Feb 1767 from Henry McCULLOH (McCullough / McCulloch)… Wit: Adam Alexander, John SLOAN ................... Rev. John Rooker (d.1840), (bc.1755 Northumberland Co VA, son of Jennings Rooker & Betty DAVIS), m. 20 Nov 1780 Ann Hawkins bc.1755 Granville Co, NC. Children : Betty Rooker m. Mr. Reeves. Eleanor Harper Rooker m. Mr. Dickey. Mary Wyatt Rooker m. Mr. Spears. Susannah Davis Rooker, b. Oct 1800 York Co, SC, m. Wm Adair. Jennings Rooker, b.after 1785. Jacob Rooker. Joseph Davis Rooker. John Hawkins Rooker, b.1781NC.
Rev. John Rooker, a Revolutionary War veteran, from Warren Co, NC, was sought out by John Dinkins. Flint Hill Baptist Church , originally named "SUGAR CREEK CHURCH", was founded 1 May 1792 and was the mother church of all York Co and Mecklenburg Co, NC, Baptist churches.
The original members of the church were: John Rooker; John & Margaret Dinkins; (Duncans ?) John & Mary Smith; James & Ally Spears; William Pettus; Juba, the servant of M. Harris (relative of Nancy Harris m. Ben Jos Adair b. 1837 Henry Co GA ?); Celia & Alice Weathers and Mary Cooper. ...........