FANDOM


This text is collapsible.

Thomas Jefferson Adair was born 31 May 1814 in Indiana to Thomas Adair (1774-1858) and Rebecca Brown (1776-1846) and died 19 September 1890 in Show Low, Apache County, Arizona of unspecified causes. He married Frances Rogers (1818-1847) 26 January 1836 in Pickens County, Alabama. He married Mary Vance (1820-1918) 1846 in Mount Pisgah, Harrison County, Iowa. Ancestors are from the United States.
",34.244" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 34.244.
",-110.048" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value -110.048.


Biography

Shortly after his birth, the Adair Family settled with many of their extended family in Pickens County, Alabama. There Thomas was married to his first wife, Frances Rogers (1818-1847). Circa 1840 they moved for Chickasaw County, Mississippi and by 1844 had joined the Chickasaw 1845 LDS Branch there along with other members of the extended Richey/Adair/Mangum family clan.




Children


Offspring of Thomas Jefferson Adair and Frances Rogers (1818-1847)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Ann Adair (1836-1861) 13 June 1837 Pickens County, Alabama 27 April 1861 Washington, Washington County, Utah Valentine Carson (1831-1898)

Adair (1839-)
James Wesley Adair (1841-1865) 1 January 1841 Itawamba County, Mississippi 11 January 1865 Elizabeth Thornton (1841-)

Samuel Adair (1843-1844) 23 August 1843 Chickasaw County, Mississippi 3 October 1844
Emma Smith Adair (1845-1876) 11 January 1845 Chickasaw County, Mississippi 24 March 1876 Kane County, Utah Hans Peter Mortensen (1844-1890)

Offspring of Thomas Jefferson Adair and Mary Vance (1820-1918)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Frances Myrah Adair (1853-1928) 6 March 1853 Nephi, Juab County, Utah 18 September 1928 Pine, Gila County, Arizona Alfred Bryan Peach (1832-1926)

Siblings


Offspring of Thomas Jefferson Adair and Rebecca Brown (1776-1846)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Margaret Ann Adair (1804-1852) 7 February 1804 Laurens County, South Carolina 10 February 1852 Manti, Sanpete County, Utah William Richey (1796-1879)

Samuel Jefferson Adair (1806-1889) 28 March 1806 Laurens County, South Carolina 6 July 1889 Nutrioso, Apache County, Arizona Jemima Catherina Mangum (1809-1848)

Fairby Adair (1809-1836) 1809 Tennessee 1836 Pickens County, Alabama Daniel Clark (1800-1832)

Eliza Jane Adair (1811-1892) 11 November 1811 Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee 16 August 1892 Washington, Washington County, Utah Samuel Carson (1805-1836)
Moses Pearson (1810-)
John Buren Price (1815-1893)

Sophia Adair (1812-1877) 1812 Tennessee Joseph Allison (1801-1852)

Thomas Jefferson Adair (1814-1895) 31 May 1814 Indiana 19 September 1890 Show Low, Apache County, Arizona Frances Rogers (1818-1847)
Mary Vance (1820-1918)

Sarah Ada Adair (1815-1852) 27 December 1815 Tennessee 3 July 1852 Loup Fork, Platte County, Nebraska William Mangum (1811-1888)

George Washington Adair (1818-1897) 18 March 1818 West Carthage, Smith County, Tennessee 26 August 1897 Orderville, Kane County, Utah Miriam Jane Billingsley (1829-1912)
Johanna Freestone (1849-1903)

John Wesley Adair (1820-1903) 18 February 1820 Greene County, Alabama 5 May 1903 Nutrioso, Apache County, Arizona Rebecca Frances Mangum (1814-1894)
Harriett Cordelia Williams (1829-1907)

Mary Ann Adair (1822-1892) 5 July 1822 Pickens County, Alabama, United States 9 May 1892 Georgetown, Kane County, Utah, United States John Mangum (1817-1881)

Laney Ann Adair (1824-1881) 2 July 1824 Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States 29 June 1881 Johnson County, Texas, United States John Ellis Ewing (1822-1905)

Residences

Footnotes (including sources)

Contributors

  MainTour