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Brady/Bain family history

[Marjorie A. Renick, Robert E. Renick]
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Bend, Oregon : M.A. Renick, 1998
ca. 220 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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"This document supplements the Renick family history written by Robert E. Renick in 1995. It concerns its self [sic] with the Brady and Bain ancestors of record. This book was partially completed by Robert E. Renick prior to his death Nov. 27, 1996. It was completed by his wife, Marjorie A. Renick, in 1998" -- Opening Word.

Patrick Brady emigrated from Ireland to the colony of Georgia in 1766 where he settled in Warren County. He died in 1776 leaving a wife, Nancy, and four children, Mary, Samuel, William, and Thomas. Descendants moved to Alabama and Texas.

Thomas Bain was born in Rowan County, North Carolina, in 1805. He married Easter C. Eagle in 1829 and they moved on to Maury County, Tennessee. Descendants moved to Arkansas and Texas.

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