The Scotch-Irish in Kentucky Bozeman Adair settled in Georgia. There was a slew of Scotch-Irish settlers who migrated from Antrim, Ireland to America during the mid 18th century. One such young man was John Adair who came in 1772 when he was eighteen years of age. Although, tracing the voyages of the Irish is difficult, most emigrants departed the port at Antrim and landed in Pennsylvania where they joined other Irishmen in Bucks or Berks County. The many civil conflicts in the British isles virtually destroyed all ancient records.
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