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I am looking for any lanes from Grant county area Indiana, Gas City, Jonesboro, Marion, and Martinsville areas. I have a few names Margaret L Lane born 1920, Alice L Lane 1916, John Lane, Glendora, Eva or Ava, Hazel are a few. I know Alice married a Horton Mcquithy of Salt lick kentucky. My Grandmother Margaret whom I am desperate to find anything on married a Anthony Black of New Jersey, and also a Lynn Hutchison of Michigan posssibly. She is deceased and burried in Fairburn Georgia Death was april 1963. I think maybe these Lanes parents where an Agnes and John, Also found Agnes under last name Stewart, and a lentz.
Anything at all would be so greatfully appreciated. Thank-You
Karen Black, Mayer
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Sep 12, 2014 · Reply
Soloman Lane b. 21 Feb 1818 Ohio married Rhuana Alkire

Virgil Lane b 18 Nov 1845 Ohio married Sarah Etta Van Meter

Ralph Van Meter Lane b. 31 Oct 1881 married Bessie Rich

Donald Virgil Lane b. 17 Jan 1912 Independence, Mo. d. 10 Dec 1999 Warsaw, MO
married Bessie E. Boyer.

I am looking for Soloman parents and the generations before. Don was my great grandfather. He and Bessie had two daughters born in KCMO.
Apr 26, 2010 · Reply
My name is Terry Lane. I am the grandson of the late Charles Richard Lane, of Culpeper, Virginia. I started this journey of searching for my ancestors, first hearing some old stories from my grandmother, Mary Lane. I was intrigued to find out that we were related to people I went to school with, people I worked with, and people I saw around town. My grandfather always made it a purpose to tell us who we were related to, so I guess that's what made me look deeper. In turn, I started visiting the library, going to the courthouse, searching the web, running into something new every time. I was even introduced to Zanon Miner, a local historian, who assisted/assists me for no charge. How wonderful is that! I also was helped by my cousin Hortense, who knew a lot and actually gave me a head start. I am only 28, but I've been trying to find some of this stuff for a couple of years now. Forgot to mention... My great uncle Johnson Lane is also helping me to recall some of his past. I have found a Lane family coat of arms. A marriage certificate of an Elizabeth Lane, circa 1800's, and a photograph of an unknown person( maybe I'll post a little later). I am related to the White, Williams, Young, Washington, and Shanks families. This isn't much of a story, but I hope it encourages somebody who is reading this to come forth and share what they may know about the Layne, Lane family. Mostly in Culpeper, Virginia. I will post more, the more contacts and visits this story attracts. I may be [contact link]--if you have any questions or anything interesting to show. Thank you for taking your time to read. GOD bless.
Nov 22, 2009 · Reply
My great great great grandfather was Phineas Lane.He served in the Civil War,1861-1864. He died during the Battle of Bulls Gap.His wife was Jane Scott.They married in 1851,in Jefferson County,Tennessee.Phineas' parents were William and Mary ??.Anyone with information on either of them,please let me know..THANK YOU
May 06, 2009 · Reply
Found my missing ancestor.
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Aug 21, 2005 · Reply