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War of 1812 Search Results for ADAIR

CliffordHunter71 (View posts)
Posted: 29 Oct 2000 2:24PM GMT
Classification: Military
Edited: 17 Mar 2005 3:38AM GMT
War of 1812 Search Results
Showing all 38 records.

Name, Additional Info.

ALEXANDER ADAIR
4 REGIMENT (EWING'S), MOUNTED, KENTUCKY VOLS.

BENJAMIN ADAIR
16 REG'T (PORTER'S) KENTUCKY MILITIA.

ELISHA ADAIR
TUCKER'S REG'T, SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA.

GEORGE ADAIR
19 REG'T (BLOOM'S), NEW YORK MILITIA.

HUGH ADAIR
KEY'S REGIMENT, OHIO MILITIA.

ISAAC ADAIR
10 REG'T (BOSWELL'S) KENTUCKY MILITIA.

JACOB ADAIR
BROWN'S REG'T, EAST TENNESSEE VOLS.

JAMES ADAIR
BUNCH'S REG'T (1814), E. TENNESSEE MIL.

JAMES ADAIR
CLARK'S BATTALION, EAST TENNESSEE MILITIA.

JAMES ADAIR
COL. MORGAN, JR.'S' REG'T CHEROKEE INDIANS.

JAMES ADAIR
COL. MORGAN, JR'S, REG'T CHEROKEE INDIANS.

JAMES ADAIR
WHITE'S BRIGADE, EAST TENNESSE VOLS.

JAMES ADAIR
2 REG'T (LILLARD'S) EAST TENNESSEE VOLS.

JAMES ADAIR
2 REGIMENT W. TENNESSEE MILITIA.

JAMES ADAIR
2 REG'T (THOMAS'), GEORGIA MILITIA.

JAN ADAIR
2 REGIMENT (MAPES'), NEW YORK MILITIA.

JOHN ADAIR
GOVERNOR SHELBY AND STAFF, KENTUCKY VOLS.

JOHN ADAIR
GENERAL THOMAS' DETACHMENT, KENTUCKY MILITIA.

JOHN ADAIR
VANCE'S ODD BATTALION, OHIO MILITIA.

JOHN ADAIR
1 REG'T MOUNTED GUNMEN (DYER'S), TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS.

JOHN ADAIR
1 REG'T (MEANS') SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA.

JOHN ADAIR
3 REG'T (LEFEVRE'S) PENNSYLVANIA MIL.

JOSEPH ADAIR
71 REG'T MAY-JULY, 1814, KENTUCKY MIL.

PATRICK ADAIR
2 REG'T (PATTERSON'S) PENNSYVANIA MIL.

PATRICK ADAIR
2 REG'T (PATTERSON'S) PENNSYLVANIA MIL.

SAMUEL ADAIR
1 REG'T (MCARTHUR'S), OHIO VOLS. AND MIL.

THEODORE W. ADAIR
2 REG'T (BAYLY'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA.

THEODORE W. ADAIR
2 REG'T (BAYLY'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA.

WALTER ADAIR
COL. MORGAN, JR.'S, REG'T CHEROKEE INDIANS.

WILLIAM ADAIR
CAPT. JURNEY'S CO., MOUNTED, ILLINOIS MIL.

WILLIAM ADAIR
RANGERS, UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS.

WILLIAM ADAIR
THOMPSON'S REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MIL.

WILLIAM ADAIR
1 REG'T (MEANS') SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA.

WILLIAM ADAIR
4 REGIMENT (JONES'), GEORGIA MILITIA.

WILLIAM ADAIR
5 REG'T (FENTON'S) PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA.

WILLIAM ADAIR
5 REG'T (MCDOWELL'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA.

WILLIAM ADAIR
BATT'N REG'T (PERKINS') MISSISSIPPI MIL.

WURNAL H. ADAIR
4 REG'T (BOOTH'S), GEORGIA MILITIA.


Thanks!

grtnewt (View posts)
Posted: 24 Jan 2001 11:39AM GMT
Edited: 28 Nov 2005 4:55PM GMT
Cliff,
Thank you so much for taking the time to post so much info!
Also searching Adair,
Gail

war of 1812

vanhoutann (View posts)
Posted: 1 Feb 2001 2:25PM GMT
Edited: 31 Dec 2001 12:49AM GMT
I just recieved a pension on the war of 1812 for John Adair in s.c. Lots of info.Are you researching any of these?
norma

Re: war of 1812

Carol Lang (View posts)
Posted: 14 Nov 2001 4:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Adair/Wilson/Rucker/Phillips/Story/Jones
Can anyone identify the William Adair in the SC Militia, 1st Reg. Mean's Div.?
Also in SC Militia 1st Reg. Means' Division is John Adair, wife, Margaret received pension in KY 1883. Another entry for John: WC-24613 SC-24504. Married Jan 27, 1820 Laurens Co, SC. Died June 4, 1878 Graves Co, KY. Served in B. Lewis' SC Militia. Both of these entries are, I believe for the same person, the 2nd being definitely my gg-grandfather, John Adair, wife Margaret Wilson. If John was an only child and orphaned, then was William an uncle or cousin??

Re: war of 1812

vanhoutann (View posts)
Posted: 14 Nov 2001 5:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 31 Dec 2001 12:49AM GMT
My John Adair was in Chester Co. S.C.
email me at vanhoutann@aol.com
norma

Re: war of 1812

Steve Adair (View posts)
Posted: 13 Dec 2001 7:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Adair, Prather (Prater), Steele
Carol,
I have a John Adair, son of Alexander Adair, Laurens County, SC. His apx date of birth would have been correct for the War of 1812. Unfortunately, I just told you everything that I know about him. Is it possible that we have the same John ?
Steve

War of 1812 - ADAIR

Shirley (View posts)
Posted: 30 Oct 2003 9:34PM GMT
Classification: Military
Edited: 27 Jan 2004 2:39PM GMT
Surnames: Adair, Pinney
SAMUEL ADAIR
1 REG'T (MCARTHUR'S), OHIO VOLS. AND MIL.
May be :
Ohio Soldiers in war of 1812
Roster,
Roll of Capt. Levi Pinney's Company,
Private Samuel ADAIR

War of 1812, ADAIR Patrick, Whaley's Co. 2nd Regt.

swresearch (View posts)
Posted: 2 Jan 2005 10:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Mar 2005 10:00PM GMT
Surnames: Adair, Stewarte, Stuart, Smiley, Rea, Rhea, Whaley, Whylie, Wyley
ADAIR, Patrick, no pension,
srv Whaley's PA Mil,
Bounty Land Warrants #s 809-80-50 & 3903-80-55

Refer Pennsylvania Archives
Series 2, Vol. XII, pp 533, 534, 535
War of 1812-1814
Muster Rolls of the Pennsylvania Volunteers by
Captain James WHALEY
(Whaley's Company, 2nd Regiment) (at Brownsville OH ?).
Some on list were :
Sergeant Patrick ADAIR (Killbuck Cemetery, OH ?)
Robert STEWARTE
Robert SMILEY discharged Dec 9 1812
Sergeant Andrew REA

Did this Patrick ADAIR marry Miss STUART / STEWARTE ?
Was there another Patrick ADAIR who d. 8 Dec 1865 Wayne Co, Ohio ?

War of 1812, ADAIR Patrick, Connelsville

swresearch (View posts)
Posted: 2 Jan 2005 11:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Mar 2005 10:00PM GMT
Surnames: Adair, Whaley
re: ADAIR, Patrick, no pension,
served Whaley's PA Mil,
Bounty Land Warrants #s 809-80-50 & 3903-80-55.

Major James WHALEY of Connelsville raised and commanded a company which left the county (Fayette Co PA ?) in September of the same year. On the day of their departure from Connelsville they were entertained in the public house of David Barnes (afterward the Page House) where they were addressed in a patriotic strain by Father Connelly, and after the conclusion of these ceremonies moved across the river to a camp (Brownsville ?) in the limits of the present borough of New Haven.

Thence they marched to Pittsburgh where they were mustered into the service on 2 October 1812.

The company being assigned to duty under Col. Robert PATTERSON moved from Pittsburgh to Fort Meigs, and was incorporated with the forces that fought in the campaign under General William H. HARRISON, afterward President of the United States.

War of 1812, Patrick ADAIR & Robert SMILEY

swresearch (View posts)
Posted: 2 Jan 2005 11:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Mar 2005 10:00PM GMT
Surnames: Adair, Smiley, Smillie
re: Pennsylvania Archives
Series 2, Vol. XII, pp 533, 534, 535
War of 1812-1814
Muster Rolls of the Pennsylvania Volunteers by
Captain James WHALEY
(Whaley's Company, 2nd Regiment) (at Brownsville OH ?).
Some on list were :
Sergeant Patrick ADAIR (Killbuck Cemetery, OH ?)
Robert STEWARTE
Robert SMILEY discharged Dec 9 1812
Sergeant Andrew REA.

Would Patrick ADAIR's mother (Esther Smillie / Smilley / Smiley m. William ADAIR) be related to :
The SMILEYs of Uniontown, were descendants of William SMILEY (d. 8 Aug 1820), who was brought by his parents from Ireland when a child, and settled in Georges township, Fayette county, Pennsylvania. Children:
1. Harriet SMILEY, m. Horatio Griffith, of Georges township, Fayette county.
2. Jane SMILEY m. William Humbert, Vance's Mills, North Union township, Fayette county.
3. James SMILEY bc.1820 Georges twp, Fayette Co PA.
Thankyou.

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