Marty and Karla Grant

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Husband: Alexander "Sandy" Norton
Born: 1825/06 in Marion Dist, SC
Married: 1840/1849 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 1861/1865 in Civil War, Virginia
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Wife: Priscilla Lane
Born: 1827/08 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1880 in Marion Co, SC
Father: James Lane
Mother: Mary Lee
Spouses:
Children
01 (F): Margaret C Norton
Born: 1848/09 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1900 in Marion Co, SC
Spouses: William Blackman
02 (M): John Woodberry Norton
Born: 1849/50 in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Spouses: Laura Manship
03 (M): Houston Norton
Born: JUL 1853 in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Spouses: Mareally
04 (F): Mary A Norton
Born: 1853/04 in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Spouses:
05 (M): James Holland Norton
Born: AUG 1857 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1900 in Marion Co, SC
Spouses: Melissa Laura Lane
06 (M): Crawford Norton
Born: 1859/60 in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Spouses:
Additional Information

Alexander "Sandy" Norton:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist, SC # 1297 Alexander NORTON, 24 (1825/26) born Marion;

!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist, SC Marion Twp # 1334 Alex NORTON, 33 (1826/27) born SC;


!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 386-395
...
Osborne Lane married a Miss Crawford, a sister of old James Crawford, of Spring Branch-I suppose, older than her brother. The Crawfords were quite respectable in that day and have continued to be so down to the present time. The fruits of the marriage, as known, were eight sons, John, Thomas, Alexander, James, Robert, David, Stephen and William, and two daughters, Kesiah and Elizabeth.
...
James C. Lane, I think, the youngest son of old Osborne, was a most excellent man and a good citizen ; he married a Miss Lee, daughter of old John Lee, on the north side of Buck Swamp, and settled on Catfish, just opposite Latta ; he had and raised four sons, James C, Jr., Crawford, John O. and Stephen L. Lane, and four daughters, Hapsey, Sarah Anne, Orphea and Priscilla. Of the sons, James C, Jr., married a daughter of old William Bryant, a sister of the late John M. Bryant; he had and raised one son, David, and one daughter. The son married some one to the writer unknown ; he has a large family of sons and daughters, several grown; he lives in Kirby Township. The daughter married Peter McLellan, and had several children ; Peter and she (Rebecca, I think, was her name), are both dead; don't know what has become of the children - suppose they are all grown. Crawford Lane, second son of James C, Sr., married a Miss Perritt, daughter of David Perritt, and settled down on the Maiden Down and Ten Mile Bays ; he raised a large family of sons and daughters ; the names of two sons only are known-Addison and James. Addison married a daughter of John M. Bryant, and has several sons, two of whom are married, and several daughters, some grown. James Lane, son of Crawford Lane, married a daughter of the late Samuel Campbell, and has a family, how many are not known. Stephen L. Lane, tihe youngest son of James C, Sr., married Miss Flora Campbell, a daughter of the late William S. Campbell ; he was killed in the last battle of the war, just before Johnston's surrender, after having gone through the whole war ; he left his widow. Flora, and several sons and daughters, none of them personally known to the writer ; one son is named William, and one daughter became the second wife of Merideth Watson, There are several other children. Another son of James C. Lane, Sr., was John O. Lane ; he married a Miss Sweat, daughter of old George Sweat ; they had and raised a family, none of them known to the writer -both are dead. Of the daughters of James C, Sr., Hapsey married the late James Porter ; they had and raised a large family of sons and daugliters, none of wlhom are known to the writer, except Robert P. Porter, in Marion; he married a Miss Johnson, and has a family of several children, none grown. The second daughter of old James C, St., Sarah Ann, married a Mr. Jones, who either died or left the country, leaving her one child, a daughter -what has become of the daughter is unknown ; Mrs. Jones is long since dead. The third daughter of James C. Lane, St., Orphea, married a Mr. Turbeville; they had and raised a family, and have grand-children, but none of them are known. The youngest daughter of James, Sr., Priscilla, married "Sandy" Norton, who was killed or died in the war ; they had and raised three sons, Woodberry, Houston and Holland Norton, who are now among us and good citizens- especially Houston Norton, of Latta ; there may have been daughters- if any, they are unknown to the writer.;

Priscilla Lane:

Notes:

!NOTES:Marty Grant's 1st cousin, 5 times removed.;


!REFERENCE:
http://www.martygrant.com/
http://www.martygrant.com/genealogy/lane/


!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist., SC p. 31
James Lane age 40-49 (1780/90) 0112001-1210001-0. Slaves=100000-001000*
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
1 male 40-49 (1780/1790) = James Lane (c1784)
2 males 15-19 (1810/1815) = 1. Crawford Lane (1812) son
" males 15-19 (1810/1815) = 2. James C. Lane (c1815) son
1 male 10-14 (1815/1820) = Stephen L. Lane (c1817) son
1 male 5-9 (1820/1825) = John O. Lane (c1825) son
1 female 40-49 (1780/1790) = Mary Lee Lane (c1784/90) wife
2 females 5-9 (1820/1825) = 1. Hapsey Lane (c1820) dau
" females 5-9 (1820/1825) = 2. Ophelia Lane (c1824) dau
1 female 0-4 (1825/1830) = Priscilla Lane (c1828) dau;


!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist., SC p. 140
James Lean (sic) Sr. age 50-59 (1780/1790) 00011001-01111001-0. Slaves=210000-001000.
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
1 male 50-59 (1780/1790) = James Lane (c1784)
1 male 20-29 (1810/1820) = Stephen L. Lane (c1817) son
1 male 15-19 (1820/1825) = John O. Lane (c1825) son
1 female 50-59 (1780/1790) = Mary Lee Lane (c1784/90) wife
1 female 20-29 (1810/1820) = Sarah Ann Lane (c1810) dau
1 female 15-19 (1820/1825) = Ophelia Lane (c1824) dau
1 female 10-14 (1825/1830) = Priscilla Lane (c1828) dau
1 female 5-9 (1830/1835) = Jane Lane (c1834) dau/gr-dau?;


!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist, SC # 1297 Pricilla NORTON, 19 (1830/31) born Marion;

!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist, SC Marion Twp # 1334 P. (f) NORTON, 33 (1826/27) born SC;

!CENSUS:1870 Marion Co, SC Moody's Twp # 178 Prissy NORTON, 41 (1828/29) born SC;


!NAMED-PROBATE ROLL # 2485 Marion Co., SC James C. Lane Sr. 1872
<familysearch.org> see reference below:
South Carolina Probate Records, Files and Loose Papers, 1732-1964
Marion
Probate Court, Estate records
1900-1908
Rolls 2400-2498
begins at image 1784 of 1987
...
22 Jan 1872 Crawford Lane Adm of James Lane Sen. decd.
...
Crawford Lane of Reaves states that James Lane Sr of Moody's died on 17 Jan 1872 intestate ... leaving no widow
next of kin:
Your petitioner
Sarah Ann Jones of Marion dau of decd
Jaems C. Lane of Marion son of decd
Hapsey Porter of " dau of decd
Priscilla Norton of " dau of decd
...
2 Mar 1872 Account of Sale ... Crawford Lane, Adm.
... Priscilla Norton and Sarah Ann Jones, daughters of James Lane wish the estate divided ... regarding land Stephen Lane never fully paid for. Jack Lane (col) and Enos Lane (col) mentioned as knowning something about this matter.
... Joseph Lane, nephew of James, says the land belonged to his father Alexander Lane who fell into debt to Joe Moody and lost the land ...
...
2 Mar 1872 Account of Rent of Real Estate ...
To Priscilla Norton land where she lives ...
To David Lane, two pieces land ... on both sides of land where he lives
To Enos Lane dwelling house, two pieces land and garden ...
To Joseph Lane, 1 piece of land
To T. Christmas "
to James Lane Jr. "
...
Frances Leget wife of Levi Leget, who is dau of Penelope Turbeville ...
...
Telatha (her mark) Christmas 1873
...
James Lane War of 1812 Pensioner ...
...;

!CENSUS:1880 Marion Co, SC Moody # 77
James H. NORTON, 22
Pracilia, 52, mother, widow;


!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 386-395
...
Osborne Lane married a Miss Crawford, a sister of old James Crawford, of Spring Branch-I suppose, older than her brother. The Crawfords were quite respectable in that day and have continued to be so down to the present time. The fruits of the marriage, as known, were eight sons, John, Thomas, Alexander, James, Robert, David, Stephen and William, and two daughters, Kesiah and Elizabeth.
...
James C. Lane, I think, the youngest son of old Osborne, was a most excellent man and a good citizen ; he married a Miss Lee, daughter of old John Lee, on the north side of Buck Swamp, and settled on Catfish, just opposite Latta ; he had and raised four sons, James C, Jr., Crawford, John O. and Stephen L. Lane, and four daughters, Hapsey, Sarah Anne, Orphea and Priscilla. Of the sons, James C, Jr., married a daughter of old William Bryant, a sister of the late John M. Bryant; he had and raised one son, David, and one daughter. The son married some one to the writer unknown ; he has a large family of sons and daughters, several grown; he lives in Kirby Township. The daughter married Peter McLellan, and had several children ; Peter and she (Rebecca, I think, was her name), are both dead; don't know what has become of the children - suppose they are all grown. Crawford Lane, second son of James C, Sr., married a Miss Perritt, daughter of David Perritt, and settled down on the Maiden Down and Ten Mile Bays ; he raised a large family of sons and daughters ; the names of two sons only are known-Addison and James. Addison married a daughter of John M. Bryant, and has several sons, two of whom are married, and several daughters, some grown. James Lane, son of Crawford Lane, married a daughter of the late Samuel Campbell, and has a family, how many are not known. Stephen L. Lane, tihe youngest son of James C, Sr., married Miss Flora Campbell, a daughter of the late William S. Campbell ; he was killed in the last battle of the war, just before Johnston's surrender, after having gone through the whole war ; he left his widow. Flora, and several sons and daughters, none of them personally known to the writer ; one son is named William, and one daughter became the second wife of Merideth Watson, There are several other children. Another son of James C. Lane, Sr., was John O. Lane ; he married a Miss Sweat, daughter of old George Sweat ; they had and raised a family, none of them known to the writer -both are dead. Of the daughters of James C, Sr., Hapsey married the late James Porter ; they had and raised a large family of sons and daugliters, none of wlhom are known to the writer, except Robert P. Porter, in Marion; he married a Miss Johnson, and has a family of several children, none grown. The second daughter of old James C, St., Sarah Ann, married a Mr. Jones, who either died or left the country, leaving her one child, a daughter -what has become of the daughter is unknown ; Mrs. Jones is long since dead. The third daughter of James C. Lane, St., Orphea, married a Mr. Turbeville; they had and raised a family, and have grand-children, but none of them are known. The youngest daughter of James, Sr., Priscilla, married "Sandy" Norton, who was killed or died in the war ; they had and raised three sons, Woodberry, Houston and Holland Norton, who are now among us and good citizens- especially Houston Norton, of Latta ; there may have been daughters- if any, they are unknown to the writer.;

(04) Mary A Norton:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist, SC Marion Twp # 1334 M.A. (f) NORTON, 6 (1853/54)
born SC;
CENSUS:1870 Marion Co, SC Moody's Twp # 178 Mary NORTON, 15 (1854/55) born
SC;
CENSUS:1880;

(06) Crawford Norton:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1860;

!CENSUS:1870 Marion Co, SC Moody's Twp # 178 Crawford NORTON, 10 (1859/60) born SC;

!CENSUS:1880;

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