Thomas Charles John Bain, b7 (1830 - 1893)

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Nicknames: "A.M.I.C.E."
Birthplace: Graaff-Reinet, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Death: Died in Rondebosch
Occupation: Assistant in the construction of Michell's Pass; first in the Government examinations in 1854; Road
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About Thomas Charles John Bain, b7

Thomas Charles Bain (29 September 1830–1893) became an even more famous road builder than his father and is the best known of the 19th century road builders. Famous for his 24 mountain passes. He was born in Graaff-Reinet; the second son and seventh child of Andrew Geddes Bain. -------------------- Thomas Charles Bain (29 September 1830–1893) became an even more famous road builder than his father and is the best known of the 19th century road builders. Famous for his 24 mountain passes. He was born in Graaff-Reinet; the second son and seventh child of Andrew Geddes Bain.

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Thomas Charles John Bain, b7's Timeline

1830
September 29, 1830
Graaff-Reinet, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1831
January 31, 1831
January 31, 1831
Graaff-Reinett, Cape, South Africa
1856
June 26, 1856
Age 25
Cape, South Africa
1857
March 17, 1857
Age 26
1858
March 11, 1858
Age 27
Cape, South Africa
March 11, 1858
Age 27
1859
October 13, 1859
Age 29
Knysna, South Cape DC, Western Cape, South Africa
October 13, 1859
Age 29
1860
November 16, 1860
Age 30
Knysna, South Cape DC, Western Cape, South Africa