Gaines Family Part 1

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T1110 (JAIFNEY LKDUtilt, (jrAFFNEY, S. 0. Ap- The Gaines Family The following nistory of the Gaines family was published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch Times-Dispatch Times-Dispatch September 11, 1904: One result of our recent unhappy unhappy sectional conflict was the destruction of our social system. The Times-Despatch Times-Despatch Times-Despatch has done a good . work in opening its columns to family sketches, thus giving a stimulus to genealogical investigations, family, Mr. Jones makes this im- im- portint statement: j "From this David Gain or Sir David Gam, knight, all ye Games of Brecknegshire and elsewhere are descended, and from Gladys, the daughter of David Gam, all yo Vaughr.ns and all the Herberts . of South Wales are descended,! and yc most part of all the no-1 no-1 no-1 bility of England. (P. 56). . David Gaines was knighted by j Henry V on the field of Agin-1 Agin-1 Agin-1 court (1415, just before he died.) I William Herbert, Earl of Pern - broke and Phillip, Earl of Mont gomery, were the descendants of Gladis, the daughter of Sir David Gam. They were the friends and patrons of William Shakespeare, and it was at the former's house, Wilton, that King James for the first time, witnessed a performance performance of one of Shakespeare's plays. Further proof of the friendship which existed between Shakespeare and the Herberts u. found in the fact that Ileminge and Condell dedicated to them the first folio edition of his plays. It should be mentioned here that various members of the Gaines family, both in Wales and England were knighted by different 1

Clipped from The Gaffney Ledger23 May 1931, SatPage 6

The Gaffney Ledger (Gaffney, South Carolina)23 May 1931, SatPage 6
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