Person:Isaac Fain (3)

m. 17 December 1833
  1. Captain Hiram Fain1834 - 1869
  2. Sarah Gammon Fain1838 - 1912
  3. Lt. Nicholas Fain1840 - 1900
  4. Sgt. Samuel Fain1842 - 1874
  5. Isaac Fain1844 - 1917
  6. George Fain1846 -
  7. Frances Fain1848 - 1914
  8. Richard Gammon Fain, Jr.1852 - 1922
  9. Nancy Fain1854 - 1876
  10. Ellen Fain1856 - 1879
  11. Eliza Fain1858 - 1882
  12. Bettie Fain
Facts and Events
Name Isaac Fain
Gender Male
Birth? 1844 Tennessee, United States
Death? 1917 Iowa, United States
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    Isaac Anderson “Ike” Fain
    Birth: 12 Jul 1844 Rogersville, Hawkins County, Tennessee, USA
    Death: 9 Jan 1917 (aged 72) Lucas County, Iowa, USA
    Burial: Chariton Cemetery, Chariton, Lucas County, Iowa, USA
    Plot: Section B Row 6 Grave 11
    Memorial #: 53957438
    Bio: Husband of Martha Victoria James. Son of Richard Gammon Fain and Eliza Rhea AndersonOBITUARYTHE CHARITON LEADERChariton, IowaThursday, January 18, 1917ISAAC A. FAINIsaac Anderson Fain was born in Rogersville, East Tennessee, July 12, 1844, and passed away at his home in Whitebreast township, January 9, 1917, at 10 o'clock a.m. He was a son of Richard G. and Eliza Anderson Fain and was one of thirteen children. The father, mother and all the brothers and sisters have passed away, but one brother, R. C. Fain, of Carrollton, Ill., who was not able to be present.He joined the first Cavalry raised in Hawkins county, East Tenn., and served four years in the Confederate army. He was under generals Bragg and Longstreet and was in the battle of Chickamauga and other noted battles and was famous for his bravery. He came to Lucas county, Iowa, in the spring of 1874.He was married to Martha Victoria James Nov. 23, 1876, who passed away, Sept. 3, 1902. To this union were born four children, Mrs. Lillie Bonnett of Chariton, Iowa, Rhea Fain, of Junction City, Kansas; Mrs. Olive Egloff, of Cedar Rapids, Mich.; and Jessie, who died Jan. 1, 1886. He also leaves three grandchildren, Isaac A. and Margaret Fain, and Martha V. Bonnett.He was known to most everyone in this county, and it might be said that his friends were numbered by the score. He was a man of sterling qualities and noted for his cheerfulness, kindness, generosity and hospitality. He was a friend to the G.A.R. Iseminger Post, and as a token of love and esteem they placed a silk flag in his casket, the last act of kindness it was their privilege to do.He was a member of the Presbyterian church at Rogersville, Tenn., and never transferred his membership from that organization. He was a great student of the Bible. He was also a member of the Masonic and Knights of Pythias fraternities of this city.Funeral services were conducted from the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. R. Bonnett, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. J. W. Goodsell, pastor of the M. E. church of Chariton, and the remains were laid to rest in the Chariton cemetery. The children have the deepest sympathy of the community in their bereavement.Obituary courtesy of Darlene Arnold, Lucas County Genealogical Society
    Family Members
    Richard Gammon Fain 1811-1878
    Eliza Rhea Anderson Fain 1816-1892
    Martha Victoria James Fain 1853-1902
    Hiram Fain 1834-1869
    Sarah Sallie Gammon Fain 1838-1912
    Nicholas Fain 1840-1900
    Samuel A. Fain 1842-1874
    Frances Susan Fain Campbell 1848-1914
    Richard G. Fain 1852-1922
    Nancy Anderson Fain 1854-1876
    Ellen Rhea Fain 1856-1879
    Eliza Ruth Fain 1858-1882
    Lillian Belle Fain Bonnett 1878-1961
    Richard Rhea Fain 1880-1969
    Jesse Lockwood Fain 1881-1886
    Olive Earnestine Fain Egloff 1889-1961
    Created by: Skip (46976613)
    Added: 21 Jun 2010
    Citation: Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed 30 September 2019), memorial page for Isaac Anderson “Ike” Fain (12 Jul 1844–9 Jan 1917), Find A Grave Memorial no. 53957438, citing Chariton Cemetery, Chariton, Lucas County, Iowa, USA ; Maintained by Skip (contributor 46976613) .