Nancy (Coker) Cain daughter of Rev. Brumbley Coker was first married to William Beeman he died in 1824 in Davie Co., Nancy married in 1828 and Thomas Cain died in 1832. there was soppose two be two sons and one daughter, to this union, John Linster Cain, Daniel J. Cain and Eliza Jane Cain. There were about 11 children born in the Beeman marriage. I don't have Nancy's will but hiere is Thomas Cain's;THOMAS H. CAIN WILL NOVEMBER 1832 ROWAN COUNTY NOVEMBER SESSION 1832
I hereby certify the within will was duly proven in open court by the oath of John Cheshire one of the subscribing witnesses and registered in Book H, page 556
November 1799: Deed from Henty Speer to Daniel Cain for 22 1/2 acres August 24, 1799 proven by Henry Speer. Book 17 page 40, August 24, 1799, Henry Speer of Surry Co., NC (no wife signs) lets Daniel Cain of Rowan County, North Carolina have 22 1/2 acres on the south bank of Dutchmans Creek, above the mill of Hendrick's, line of the 400 acres grant to said Speer, foot of the first hill, east side of Howards Branch & up it, for 50 pounds, witnessed by David Hendricks, Joshua Brown & Henry Hendricks & proved by the last named in November 1799. (This is part of the 400 acres granted by the state to Henry Speer on October 4, 1783.
Book 30 page 502; July 16 1828, Daniel Cain lets his son, Thomas H. Cain (both of Rowan County, North Carolina) have 91 1/2 acres on the south bank of Dutchmans Creek next to John Hendricks, near the spring & garden, on the road leading from the house to Barr? on original line (which was formerly Henry Speer's) next 22 1/2 acrre tract on up the creek, for love, witnessed by William Cain & John Little & proven by the latter in Feb 1829.
Book 30 page 799; July 16, 1828, Daniel Cain out of love for his son, William Cain , gives him 186 acres on both sides Dutchman Creek next John Cook, said Daniel Cain's original line up to the mouth of the spring branch, witnesses, by Thomas H. Cain & John Little & acknowledged in November 1829.
Book 30 page 798, July 16, 1828, Daniel Cain out of love for his son, Anderson Cain (both of Rowan) gives him 114 acres on both sides the north fork of Dutchmans Creek next to John Cook (being part of the same tract bequeathed to William Cain), William Cain, bank of a branch, old line, James Garner, Daniel Holman, mouth of spring branch on down the creek witnessed by Thomas H. Cain & John Little & proven by the latter in November 1829.