|Event years 1773-1789|
|If you are interested in this profile,
please check out the 1776 Project!
- Service: NORTH CAROLINA
- Birth: 1730, IRELAND
- Death: POST 9-12-1789 WASHINGTON CO NORTH CAROLINA
- Service Source: NC REV ARMY ACCTS, VOL # 1, P 62, FOLIO 4, ROLL #S.115.57.1
- Service Description: 1) PAID FOR SERVICES RENDERED
Nicholas was born in Ireland abt. 1730. His ancestors had fled persecution in France in the late 1600s. Nicholas married Elizabeth Taylor about 1752. They emigrated to Pennsylvania and settled in Chester County where their children were born. They had seven sons and one daughter.
- Samuel Fain
- John Fain
- David Fain
- William Fain
- Thomas Fain
- Ebenezer Fain
- Reuben Fain
- Elizabeth Fain
Fain of Tennessee: Descendants of Nicholas Fain, By Bradford, Augusta, Chattanooga, Tenn.: Lookout Pub. Co., 1930, page 7. Paid Ancestry.com Link.
- Jan 30, 1774, Washington Co Virginia 130 acres on Wolfe Creek, south fork of the Holston River
- Oct 23, 1782, Washington Co, North Carolina (Pre-state TN), North Carolina Land Grant#87, 400 Acres on a branch of the Little Limestone
- Oct 24, 1782, Washington Co, North Carolina (Pre-state TN), North Carolina Land Grant#104, 200 Acres on a branch of the Little Limestone next to #87.
Adjacent to:Jacob Wamick, Abendnego Inman. 50 Shillings per 100 acres.
Washington County Tennessee Deeds, 1775-1800, By Loraine Rae, Southern Historical Press, Inc, 2001, page 30. Owned by Kari Lemons
Thank You to Ryan Oldigs for creating this page on 17 October 2010.
Searching for someone else?
Do you have a GEDCOM? Register as a guest to have every name in your tree searched. It's free (like everything on WikiTree).
No known carriers of Nicholas's Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA have taken yDNA or mtDNA tests.
- Login to edit this profile and add images.
- Private Messages: Send a private message to the Profile Manager. (Best when privacy is an issue.)
- Public Comments: Login to post comments. (Best for messages specifically directed to those editing this profile. Limit 20 per day.)
- Public Q&A: These will appear above and in the Genealogist-to-Genealogist (G2G) Forum. (Best for questions directed to the wider genealogy community.)
On July 8, 2014 at 13:04GMT Allan Thomas wrote: