In "The History of Queens County" by E. Stone Wiggins first published in 1876; edited by Richard and Sandra Thorne and published in 1993 by the Queens County Historical Society is the following information:
FAIRWEATHER. Thomas, Benjamin and Jedediah, U.E. Loyalists of Rhode Island, settled in New Brunswick in 1783. Thomas died at Norton in 1825, aged seventy-seven, and his widow, Elizabeth, in 1846, aged seventy-nine.
Jedediah's wife's maiden name was Martha Bairdsley. He settled at Pleasant Valley, King's County, where he died in 1831, aged ninety-six. He was able to ride his horse three days before his death. His children were: Samuel, who married Fanny Hughson; Lewis, Nancy Black; Mehetable, Robert Howe, who was a General in the rebel army; Benjamin, Martha Bairdsley. Benjamin was the only one that settled in Queen's County. He had fourteen children, of whom only three survive: William, who married Lucy Jane Sparks; Charles, Rachel Gray; Thomas, Susan White.