1800 - 1829 (~ 29 years)
||Miss Cain |
||(North Carolina) [1, 2]
|Also Known As
||?Elizabeth? Cain |
||Warren County, Tennessee 
||The Hennessee Family
||5 Nov 2013 |
||(James Cain), b. 0___ 1781, North Carolina , d. Abt 1860, Ozark County, Missouri (Age ~ 79 years) |
||(Ruth LNU) |
||Y  |
||Warren County, Tennessee 
||Thomas Hennessee, b. 0___ 1795, Burke County, North Carolina , d. 1861-1865, Warren County, Tennessee (Age ~ 70 years) |
||(Warren County, Tennessee)
||Warren County, Tennessee 
||Warren County, Tennessee [6, 7]
||(Hartville) Wright County, Missouri 
| ||1. Rebecca Ann Hennessee, b. 1 Aug 1818, Warren County, Tennessee , d. 3 Jul 1860, Hartville, Wright County, Missouri (Age 41 years)|
| ||2. Gideon C(ain) Hennessee, b. 5 Mar 1820, Warren County, Tennessee , d. 20 Jan 1880, (Walunt Ridge, Lawrence County) Arkansas (Age 59 years)|
| ||3. Catherine Hennessee, b. 28 Jul 1823, (Warren County) Tennessee , d. 2 Jul 1897, (Wright County) Missouri (Age 73 years)|
| ||4. Ailsey Hennessee, b. 9 Jun 1825, Warren County, Tennessee , d. 9 Sep 1913, White County, Tennessee (Age 88 years)|
| ||5. Elizabeth Hennessee, b. Abt 1826, Warren County, Tennessee |
||31 May 2016 |
- 3 Nov 2013: Found her cited as, "Sarah" ... http://www.geni.com/people/Sarah-Cain/165137
4 Jul 1998: Tantalizing data regarding Miss Cain's first name. "Ailsy" & "Rebecca" are re-occurring names of her grandchildren...DAH
"1830 Census - Middle Tennessee", Byron Sistler, 1971, p. 169:
Henisee, Abigail S. 12002-1101"
Conjecture: That Abigail could be Thomas' first wife, Miss Cain. Note that the ages & genders correlate with Thomas' children with his first wife.
Note: Christian name, "Abigail", does not appear in any subsequent progeny; more likely her name is "Rebecca Abigail/Abigail Rebecca"...DAH
Rebecca Ann Hennessee, m. Henry Yeager, second male child named, Wesley CAIN Yeager...could this be a clue to Miss Cain's father? One usually reads "John Wesley", often called "Wesley". Read further notes re CAIN...DAH
What is the relationship between Miss Cain and John CAIN listed in following complaint?
Abstracted from "The Upper Cumberland Researcher", Volume XXI, No.1, Spring 1996,article entitled, "The Sparta Recorder and Law Journal by Anderson and Long, July 31, 1830 Vol. 1, No. 13", p. 18
"CHANCERY of M'MINVILLE DECREES
Thomas Wilcher, administrator and legale of Archibald P. Wilchire, dec. and Leroy Hammans, guardian of Barto Vaughn, complaints vs. John Cain, Jesse Wooton, Jas. Henessee, Nancy Wilcher, Charles Colson**, Jonathan Wootton and Wm. Pragill*, defendants."
* 13 Jul 2008: Could not locate Wooton or Pragill in 1850 Warren or White County census...DAH
** 20 Aug 2009: Enumerated in the 1820 Warren Co. Census, page 11 is David COLSON cited as over 45...DAH [9, 10]
- Found in, "The Warren County, Tennessee Cemetery Book 4", p. 67;
"CAIN, Robert B. 25 Feb 1808 KY - 25 Feb 1889. Son of William and Hannah (now known, STANFIELD) Cain, husband of Mary L. Lawrence."
Have noted this as it is one of the few references to CAIN in early Warren County...DAH
Listed in the 1820 Warren County Jail Petition, abstracted by Wanda Gant, "...John Cain..."
Posted 4 sep 1999 on the Cain Family Genealogy Forum by Karen Brown, email address unknown,
I am seaching for information on my ggg grandfather, George W. CAIN. He was born in 1809 in Warren Co., TN. He married Rebecca STONE (descendent of Thomas STONE) in Sequatchie Co. TN. If you have any information regarding George's parents or siblings, I would appreciate your assistance."
6 Jan 2006: http://www.tngenweb.org/warren/webbbs/queries/index.cgi?read=2196
Posted By: Patricia Gausnell
Date: Thursday, 4 January 2007, at 11:51 p.m.
James CAIN b. 1781 in NC, lived in Warren Co, TN and then Marion Co, TN from about 1800-1840. 1842 went to Ozark co, MO, died there abt 1860. Wife possibly Ruth, children: Ruth (md Owen KERSEY), George W, (md Rebecca STONE, Sarah L. (md Andrew BRIGGS), James M (md Amanda STONE), John S. (md. Charlotte CANNON), Charles D (md Dorothy TEVERBAUGH), Eliza (md. Robert GILLILAND, Lucinda (md. Silvester EVANS), possibly Leward. Sons George W and John S. remained in Sequatchie Valley, TN, others went to Missouri with James. Would love to learn more and share.
CAIN, George W. b. April 9, 1809, d. July 3, 1889, h/o Rebecca Cain
CAIN, Rebecca (Stone) b. December 16, 1813, d. July 6, 1887, w/o G. W. Cain 
- bartlett cain
Posted By: ckanelong
Date: Sunday, 31 December 2000, at 4:56 p.m.
am looking for a connection for family of bartlett cain lived in warren co. TN 1830 on collins river, George cain wittnessed land transaction dated 1828
"Cains Cumberland Kentucky, Surry NC"
Submitted by Nancy Foster, firstname.lastname@example.org, offers more clues for our unknown Miss Cain who married Thomas HENNESSEE...DAH
Posted by: Nancy Foster (ID *****4803)
Date: August 07, 2003 at 05:19:18
I have found some more info that may help some of us figure out our Cains in Cumberland CO KY.
William Cain md Hannah Stanfield in 1790's in Surry NC, in 1800 census he had 1 male 0-10 2 males 26-45 , 1 female 0-10 and 1 female 26-45, this in Surry. In 1810 Cumberland Census he had 1 male 0-10, 2 males 16-26 and he was over 45, he had 1 female 0-10 and 1 26-45. So at this point he had 3 males in house and 1 daughter,
in 1815 Lucinda Cain md Joel Claywell,
in 1823 Thomas Cain md Margaret Claywell (siblings).
These 2 families left Cumberland after 1830 and went to Scott Co Illinois. Thomas died there 1833, leaving Margaret a widow. Lucinda lived a long time. So Thomas is still there in 1830 census also younger William Cain and a Rhoda Cain.
Also in Surry in 1800 was a Russell Cain and a Tice (Mathias) Cain.
In CC Ky 1810 is also a Ben(Benjamin) Cain, he md Rebekah Stanfield, Hanna Stanfield sister. They are only in CC Ky in 1810, they had 2 males 0-10, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 16-26 and one 45+, s females 0-10 and 2 10-16 and 1 45+.
A Benjamin Cain can be found in Warren Co Tn in 1820, he has 2 males 0-10, 1 16-18 and 1 45+, females 1 10-16, 1 16-26, 1 26-45 and 1 45+.
Also there is a John Cain who has 1 male 0-10, 1 18-26 and 1 26-45 and 1 female 10-16. I have found where he came there about 1815 and was in Tombstone and Bible records as being the son of William and Hannah Cain, he md Beersheba Porter Sullivan, John died in 1830's.
Robert B Cain is there 1850 census, he is reported to be son of William and Hannah Cain b 1808 Ky. He md first Mary Lawrence 1831 in Davidson Tn, she the dau of William Pitt Lawrence and Nancy Pomeroy. She died by 1836 and he md Tebitha C unknown. Robert died in McMinnville Tn 1889. Robert's dau Mary md James Camp, she was his second wife as had md Laura A Cain first she died and he md Mary. Laura was the dau of John and Beersheeba Cain.
So it looks as if Benjamin left CC Ky after 1810 and went to Warren Co Tn and Williams' possible sons Robert B and John went too. Since William's remaining children went to Scott Illinois after 1830, this appears to take this entire migration of Cains out of CC KY before 1840. The only questions remaining then are who is the Rhoda Cain in 1820 CC Ky, she has 3 males 0-10, 1 10-16 and 2 females 0-10,1 16-26 and 1 26-45. She is not there in 1830. I found this Mathias Cain md Rhoda Goodman (daughter of Ba(r)tlett Goodman) 1794 in Bedford Virginia, I do not know if this is the same Mathias in 1800 surry NC or the same Rhoda in 1820 CC Ky, but is worth looking into.
In addition in 1840 Scott Illinois is a Bartlett Cain who came there from McMinnville Tn about 1833, he had sons William Bartlett and Benjamin C Cain. He went on to Wisconsin after 1850.
I will continue this message on another message as I seem to be trying to get kicked off.
23 May 2005;
More fodder for the CAIN mystery as to who is the 'Miss Cain' who married Thomas HENNESSEE...DAH
Warren County Tennessee Records
Warren County Tennessee Soldiers
From Commissions of Officers
Tennessee Militia 1796-1815 - 29th Regiment
By Wanda Muncey Gant
Alexander, Silas Ensign 22 June 1810...
Kain, James 1811 - 2nd Maj. 1 July 1812
WARREN COUNTY, TN PETITION ca1830
To the Honorable General Assembly of the State of Tennessee Now in Session: We your Humble petitioners living at some distance from a Justice of the peace and there being only one in the Captain's Company in which we your petitioners reside, we therefore humbly pray that you will appoint Mr. John Foreman to the office of a Justice of the Peace for the County of Warren in Capt. Samuel Dial's Company, for which we your humble petitioners will forever pray. [Located at the TN State Archives and brought to attention by Coffee Countian Betty Bridgewater]
Cain, James 
- [S51868] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=43292472.
- [S51879] http://www.geni.com/people/Sarah-Cain/165137.
- [S45782] Patricia Gausnell | 1 Jan 2007 | email@example.com.
- [S49016] http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/tn/warren/tl12a.htm.
- [S16990] "1830 Census - Middle Tennessee", Byron Sistler, 1971., p. 165.
- [S18] 1840 Warren County Census, transcribed by Betty Anderson Bridgewater, 1985., p. 165.
- [S3051] "United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHZ2-GM8 : accessed 28 Sep 2014.
- [S22845] 1850 Wright Co.,MO Federal Census, abstracted by Mary Barnes.
- [S30] David A. Hennessee | HENNESSEE Researcher & Compiler | 626 Biscayne Drive,West Palm Beach,FL 33401 | 561.832.6612 | inf.
- [S51880] Nancy Foster | 7 Aug 2003 | firstname.lastname@example.org.