Person:Samuel Fain (8)

Sgt. Samuel Fain
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 Sgt. Samuel Fain
Gender Male
Birth? 1842 Tennessee, United States
Death? 1874 Tennessee, United States
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    Sgt Samuel A. “Sam” Fain
    Birth: 10 Jun 1842 Tennessee, USA
    Death: 26 Aug 1874 (aged 32) Rogersville, Hawkins County, Tennessee, USA
    Burial: Old Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Rogersville, Hawkins County, Tennessee, USA
    Memorial #: 68887245
    Bio: Grandson of Nicholas Fain and Sarah "Sallie" (Gammon) Fain; AND Audley "Andy" Anderson and Elizabeth (Rhea) [Anderson] Fain.Son of Col. Richard Gammon Fain, Sr. and Eliza Rhea (Anderson) Fain.Brother of Hiram Fain, Elizabeth A. "Lizzie" Fain, Sarah Gammon "Sallie" (Fain) Fain, Nicholas "Nick" Fain, Isaac Anderson "Ike" Fain, George Powell Fain, Frances Susan "Fannie" (Fain) [Smith] Campbell, Richard Gammon "Dick" Fain, Jr., John Lynn Fain, Nancy Anderson "Nannie" Fain, Ellen Rhea "Ella" Fain, and Eliza Ruth "Silla" "Lillie" Fain.He died of consumption.____________________________________________________________Samuel Fain Regiment Name 63 Tennessee Infantry. (Fain's Regiment. 74 Tenn. Inf.) Side Confederate Company C D Soldier's Rank In Private Soldier's Rank Out 1 Sergeant Alternate Name Samuel A./Fain Notes Film Number M231 roll 14CONFEDERATE TENNESSEE TROOPS63rd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (Fain's) (74th Infantry) 63rd Infantry Regiment [also called 74th Regiment] was organized in July, 1862. The men were from the counties of Claiborne, Roane, Washington, Knox, Hawkins, and Sullivan. It served in General Gracie's, B. R. Johnson's, and McComb's Brigade. The unit fought at Chickamauga and in the Knoxville Campaign, then joined the Army of Northern Virginia during the spring of 1864. It went on to participate in the conflict at Drewry's Bluff, the long Petersburg siege north of the James River, and the Appomattox Campaign. It lost more than fifty percent of the 404 engaged at Chickamauga, had 19 disabled at Bean's Station, and on April 8, 1864, totalled 405 men. At Drewry's Bluff the regiment reported 311 effectives and on April 9, 1865, surrendered 4 officers and 57 men. The field officers were Colonels Richard G. Fain and Abraham Fulkerson, and Lieutenant Colonels John A. Aiken and William H. Fulkerson.____________________________________________________________ Samuel A. Fain was my 2nd cousin 3 times removed through the Anderson families of Scott County, VA and Bledsoe County, TN.Updated April 9, 2014.
    Family Members
    Richard Gammon Fain 1811-1878
    Eliza Rhea Anderson Fain 1816-1892
    Hiram Fain 1834-1869
    Sarah Sallie Gammon Fain 1838-1912
    Nicholas Fain 1840-1900
    Isaac Anderson Fain 1844-1917
    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
    Created by: Sammy Boyd, Genealogist (46912507)
    Added: 25 Apr 2011
    Citation: Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed 30 September 2019), memorial page for Sgt Samuel A. “Sam” Fain (10 Jun 1842–26 Aug 1874), Find A Grave Memorial no. 68887245, citing Old Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Rogersville, Hawkins County, Tennessee, USA ; Maintained by Sammy Boyd, Genealogist (contributor 46912507) .