Bain Cemetery, Fannin County, Texas

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Bain Cemetery, Fannin County, Texas

The Bains settled west of Allens Chapel the 1840′s. Two of the men were shot to death on what was later the Bantom gin lot. They had returned from selling some horses. The money for the sale was never found so it was believed they were robbed and shot.

BAIN
Hugh, 1821 – 1853. Born in Robertson Co. NC. Married Mary Bowls 1849.
John A., 1823 – 1862. Born in Nc. Married Anna Hicks 1853.

GAMBELL
Catherine Bain, 1825 – 1848. Born in NC. Married Wm. Gambell 1847.

MCGRAW
Mary A., 1846 – 1862. Dau. of T. B. & Nancy M. Bain.



MLA Source Citation:

AccessGenealogy.com. Cemetery Collection. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 17 July 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/texas/bain-cemetery-fannin-county-texas.htm - Last updated on Oct 26th, 2012


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