PRONOUNS, RELATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE. That, when separated from antecedentThat is sometimes, but seldom, separated from the antecedent, like who. (See 263.)
It is perhaps not uncommon after the possessive case of nouns and pronouns. (See 218.) The antecedent pronoun is probably to be repeated immediately before the relative.
“As if it were Cain's jawbone that did the first murder.
Cain's jawbone, (him) that did, &c.Less commonly as in
The use of that for who = "and they" is archaic. Acts xiii. 43: "They sueden Paul and Barnabas that spakun and counceileden hym." Tyndale, Cranmer, and Geneva have which; Rheims and A. V. who.
“They know the corn
Was not our recompense, resting well assured
That ne'er did service for it.