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Cain beginnings in US

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Cain beginnings in US

kbwimbush (View posts)
Posted: 16 Oct 2012 5:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
Does anyone know how many individual Cain/Caine males there were in the Colonial to Revolutionary Era?

I'm sure most of us have heard some variant of the Seven Cain brothers legend; has anything been proven of this?

I told my best friend from high school that I would work on her genealogy for her - I enjoy doing it. Her family is from Orange County, NC; mine is from Bladen County, NC. We were both raised in Greensboro. My mother was a Cain; my friend's 3ggrandmother was a Cain, one of Hugh Cain's granddaughters.

I'm just looking to see what is out there. I haven't been able to get far in my Cain history - Evan Cain, Bladen County, 1790's. So I'm also hoping to figure out more for my family at the same time.

Thanks,

Kristen
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
kbwimbush 16 Oct 2012 11:59PM GMT 
Flcape46 17 Oct 2012 2:03AM GMT 
kbwimbush 17 Oct 2012 2:20AM GMT 
earlcain 17 Oct 2012 2:29AM GMT 
earlcain 20 Oct 2012 5:12PM GMT 
jecain33 18 Oct 2012 12:36AM GMT 
rorycain1 4 Nov 2012 11:49PM GMT 
kbwimbush 5 Nov 2012 3:37AM GMT 
rorycain1 5 Nov 2012 4:06AM GMT 
kerrysccpl138 18 Feb 2013 10:55PM GMT 
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