Marty and Karla Grant

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Husband: Alexander Lane
Born: 1789/90 in Georgetown Dist, SC (now Marion Co, SC)
Married: 1810/1813 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 1858 in Marion Dist, SC
Father: Osborne Lane
Mother: Hepsabeth Crawford
Spouses:
Wife: Lucinda Blackman
Born: 1794/05 in Marion Dist, SC (then Georgetown Dist, SC)
Died: 1860/1870 in Marion Dist, SC
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Children
01 (M): Samuel Lane
Born: APR 1813 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1900 in Marion Co, SC (now Dillon Co, SC)
Spouses: Sarah Ann Coward; Alma Hyatt
02 (M): Joseph Lane
Born: 1827/08 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 18 MAR 1888 in Marion Co, SC
Spouses: Sarah Jane Jones; Joanna Blackman
03 (M): Robert Lane
Born: 1828/09 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1880 in Marion Co, SC
Spouses: Annis Rogers
04 (M): John Osbourne Lane
Born: 07 NOV 1831 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 06 SEP 1918 in Dillon Co, SC
Spouses: Mary Jane Christmas
05 (F): Charlotte Lane
Born: 14 JUN 1833 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 21 MAY 1899 in Marion Co, SC
Spouses: Ebenezer Campbell

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06 (M): Stephen Lane
Born: 07 OCT 1839 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 09 MAR 1912 in Cartersville, Florence Co, SC
Spouses: Quincy Lee Hussey
07 (M): Leonard Lane
Born: 1841/02 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: APR 1864 in Civil War
Spouses:
Additional Information

Alexander Lane:

Notes:

!NOTES:Marty Grant's 4th Great Grand Father.;


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


!NOTES:Alexander is a proven son of Osborne Lane as named in Osborne's 1840 estate records. Sellers also listed him as a son and gave some information on his family.


!NOTES:B/D given as 2 Jun 1787, and D/D as -- --- 1858, shared with me by Helen Lane Wiggins. She got it from Ruth Harrison Lane (now deceased) and her husband Calvin Lane. Original source unknown. No T/S has been found, so perhaps it came from an old family record or bible, etc. We may never know.


!NOTES:Helen Lane Wiggins and Calvin G. Lane had a marker placed at Catfish Creek Baptist Church ca 2010, where they think Osborne and Hepsabeth, Alexander and Lucinda are buried (but not certain):
In Memory
Osborne Lane
1745-1840
Tory by birth not choice
Hepsabeth Crawford
1752-1825
(on same stone)
Alexander Lane
1787-1859
War of 1812 Vet
Lucinda Blackman
1795-1867
"Placed by Helen Lane Wiggins and Calvin G. Lane"


!CENSUS:1790 Georgetown Dist., SC, Prince George Parish, p. 507
Osborn Lane age 16+ (bef 1774) 3-4-3-0-0
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
3 males 16+ (bef 1774) = 1. Osborne Lane (1750/55)
" males 16+ (bef 1774) = 2. Joseph (c1770) son
" males 16+ (bef 1774) = 3. Thomas (c1770/74) son
4 males 0-15 (1774/1790) = 1. Robert Lane (c1780/84) son
" males 0-15 (1774/1790) = 2. Osborne Lane (1789) son
" males 0-15 (1774/1790) = 3. James Lane (c1784) son
" males 0-15 (1774/1790) = 4. Alexander Lane (1787) son
3 females (no ages) = 1. Hepsabeth Crawford Lane (1752) wife
" females (no ages) = 2. Elizabeth Lane (1755/74) dau
" females (no ages) = 3. Keziah Lane (c1784/90) dau;


!CENSUS:1800 Marion Dist., SC p. 459/803
Osborn Lane age 45+ (bef 1755) 23001-01001-0-0
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
1 male 45+ (bef 1755) = Osborne Lane (1750/55)
3 males 10-15 (1784/90) = 1. Osborne Lane (1789) son
" males 10-15 (1784/90) = 2. James Lane (c1784) son
" males 10-15 (1784/90) = 3. Alexander Lane (1787) son
2 males 0-9 (1790/1800) = 1. Stephen C. Lane (c1794/1800) son
" males 0-9 (1790/1800) = 2. David Lane (c1790/1800) son
1 female 45+ (bef 1755) = Hepsabeth Crawford Lane (1752) wife
1 female 10-15 (1784/90) = Keziah Lane (c1784/90) dau
*Some of Osborne's older sons don't appear to be at home, but aren't listed as heads of household either: Joseph (c1770), Robert (c1780/84).;


!CENSUS:1800 Marion Dist., SC p. 459/803
Osborn Lane age 45+ (bef 1755) 23001-01001-0-0
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
1 male 45+ (bef 1755) = Osborne Lane (1750/55)
3 males 10-15 (1784/90) = 1. Osborne Lane (1789) son
" males 10-15 (1784/90) = 2. James Lane (c1784) son
" males 10-15 (1784/90) = 3. Alexander Lane (1787) son
2 males 0-9 (1790/1800) = 1. Stephen C. Lane (c1794/1800) son
" males 0-9 (1790/1800) = 2. David Lane (c1790/1800) son
1 female 45+ (bef 1755) = Hepsabeth Crawford Lane (1752) wife
1 female 10-15 (1784/90) = Keziah Lane (c1784/90) dau
*Some of Osborne's older sons don't appear to be at home, but aren't listed as heads of household either: Joseph (c1770), Robert (c1780/84).;


!WAR OF 1812. (1812-1815):
Captain Elisha Bethea's Company 5th Regiment SC Militia
29 Jun to 29 Sep 1812 Marion Dist, SC ... Alexander Lane ...
(From Pee Dee Queue ... **don't have precise citation handy**);


!CENSUS:1820 Marion Dist., SC p. 62
Alexander Lane age 26-44 (1775/1794) 200010-20100-0-0.
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
1 male 26-44 (1775/1794) = Alexander Lane (c1790)
2 males 0-9 (1810/1820) = 1. Samuel Lane (1813) son
" males 0-9 (1810/1820) = 2. Son? (1815/20)
1 female 16-25 (1794/1804) = Lucinda Blackman Lane (c1795), wife
2 females 0-9 (1810/1820) = 1. Daughter?
" females 0-9 (1810/1820) = 2. Daughter?;


!NAMED:20 Nov 1821 Marion Dist, SC Inventory Book 1827-1836 pg 14 John HENRY Estate. Merchant. Notes & Accounts: ... Benjamin JOHNSON Sr ... Roger ROBERTS ... Richard JOHNSON son of Sam, ... Francis JOHNSON, James CAMPBELL ... Duncan CAMPBELL ... James JAMES ... Theophilus CAMPBELL ... Alexander LANE ... Carey JOHNSON, son of Lewis, ... Levy BLACKMAN ... Norton ROBERTS ... Elizabeth CRIB ... Lewis JOHNSON ... John BLACKMAN ... John TURNER, Samuel JOHNSON, Mrs. Kezia ROBERTS ... Cresse BARNES ... Scarce Book WATSON Jr ... James CRAWFORD ... Readon ROBERTS ... Jeremiah CAMPBELL ... Anthony CRIB ... James CRAWFORD ... David BLACKMAN ... Gadi CRAWFORD & James G. CRAWFORD ... Willis HUGGINS ... David EDWARDS ... Dempsy CRIBB ... Col. James JOHNSON ... Willis & James G. CRAWFORD ...;


!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist., SC p. 31
Alexander Lane age 30-39 (1790/1800) 102001-12001-0-0;
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
1 male 30-39 (1790/1800) = Alexander Lane (c1790)
2 males 10-14 (1815/1820) = 1. Samuel Lane (1813) son?
" males 10-14 (1815/1820) = 2. Son? (1815/20)
1 male 0-4 (1825/1830) = Son?*
1 female 20-29 (1800/1810) = Lucinda Blackman Lane (c1795) wife
2 females 5-9 (1820/1825) = 1. Daughter?
" females 5-9 (1820/1825) = 2. Daughter?
1 female 0-4 (1825/1830) = Daughter?
* Joseph (c1828) and Robert (c1829) both fit here, but only room for one.;


!NAMED: 4 Apr 1837 Marion Dist, SC Inventory Book 1827-1836 pg 96 James C. BELLUNE. Notes: Joel BARNES & E.B. WHEELER ... William CAMPBELL (Bare Swamp) ... Levi CAMPBELL ... John D. COLEMAN ...Anthony CRIBBS, Peter DOVE .... Book Accounts: Jamima BLACKMAN, Duncan CAMPBELL, James CAMPBELL Jr ... Gadi CRAWFORD, ... James G. CRAWFORD, David CAMPBELL ... William P. CAMPBELL, John COLEMAN Jr ... CRAWFORD & ERVIN, Chapman CRAWFORD ...Enos T. HUGGINS ... Evan HUGGINS ... Adwin W. JAMES ... William JOHNSON (Catfish) ... Archabald JOHNSON, Malichi JAMES ... Alexander LANE ... James LANE Jr, Osburn LANE ... Reddin ROBERTS ... John ROBERTS ... John L. SMITH ... Mrs. Susannah TART ... Isam WATSON ...;


!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist., SC p. 141
Alexander Lean age 50-59 (1780/90) 20200001-0111001-0-0
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
1 male 50-59 (1780/1790) = Alexander Lane (c1790)
2 males 10-14 (1825/1830) = 1. Joseph Lane (c1828) son
" males 10-14 (1825/1830) = 2. Robert Lane (c1829) son
2 males 0-4 (1835/1840) = 1. John Osborne Lane (1831) son*
" males 0-4 (1835/1840) = 2. Stephen Lane (1839) son
1 female 40-4 (1790/1800) = Lucinda Blackman Lane (c1795) wife
1 female 15-19 (1820/1825) = Daughter?
1 female 10-14 (1825/1830) = Daughter?
1 males 5-9 (1830/1835) = Charlotte Lane (1833) daughter
* Not a perfect fit, but he should be here.;


!NAMED-PROBATE ROLL # 426 Osburn Land (sic) 22 Jun 1840. James Lane.
...
10 Heirs $313.93 each up to Feb 1842.
In court of Ordinary James Lane, applicant, vs.
Jno Lane
Thos Lane
John Blackman
Joseph Lane
Robert Lane
Osborne Lane
Saml Smith
Alexd Lane
Stephen Lane
Saml Smith (sic)
Alexd Lane (sic).
Joseph Lane, Robert Lane, Osborne Lane, and Stephen Lane reside without the state.
...
* From "Marion County Probate Records" Volume 1, Lucille Utley, Danny Smith. Three Rivers Historical Society. 1985.


!NAMED:30 Jun 1840 Marion Dist, SC Ordinary's Real Estate Book 1826-1843 pg 119 Osborne LANE's Real Estate. Valuation: Joseph BASS, John BRYAN and Woodward MANNING recommend sale of land and value it at less than $1000. 30 Jun 1840. Summons: James LANE, applicant. Summons to John LANE, Robert LANE, Osborne LANE, Samuel SMITH, Alexander LANE, Stephen LANE, legal heirs and representatives, to appear in Court for division of land in Marion District on Buck Swamp, bounded by lands of estate of Daniel PLATT, John MANNING, John LEE, Barney WATSON, John TURBEVILLE and Joseph BASS, etc. James LANE Sr, John BLACKMAN andn Joseph LANE also in second list of heirs. Notice to absent defendants: Joseph, Robert, Osborne and Stephen LANE. 6 Jul 1840. John LANE Sr, Thomas LANE, John BLACKMAN, S. SMITH Jr and Alexander LANE consent to sale. 7 Jul 1840. Order of Sale Tract of 800 acres on Buck Swamp as previously described. 5 Nov 1840 sold to Samuel SMITH Jr for $2006. Decr 7 1840.;

!NAMED:18 Jul 1840 Marion Dist, SC Sales Book A-262 Osborn LANE Estate. Conditions of the sale of the personal property of Osborn LANE deceased are such all sums over five dollars credits until January next with note and approve Security and interest from date 18 Jul 1840. Purchaser: John TURBEVILLE, Samuel SMITH, James LANE Jr, John L. SMITH, John BLACKMAN Jr, Stephen SMITH, Alexander LANE, Kineon WATSON, Hugh SMITH, John G. LANE, James LANE Sr, Daniel PLATT. Sold 18 Jul 1840. Signed James (x) Lane, adm. Witness: William TURBEVILLE.;


!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 1069/1074
Alexander Lane 60 Farmer $500 Marion
Lucinda 40
Charlott 14
John 12
Stephen 10
Leonard 8
Robert Lane 21 Labourer*
* Since Robert was listed last, but older than the others, perhaps not a son, but a nephew instead?;


!DEED:3 Feb 1852 Marion Co., SC Deed Book V, p. 394
Alexander Lane and wife Cinthia Lane of Marion District, to Joseph R. Bass for $231.60. 152 2/3 acres ... Buck Swamp running old line near Emanuel Johnson's shop thence ...
S: Alexander Lane
S: Cynthia (her mark) Lane
Wit: Roebert A. Cox, Celia Parker.
26 Apr 1852 I do hereby assign all of my right and claim to the within deed to Alexander Lane and wife Cynthia Lane for value received of the same.
S: J. R. Bass.
Wit: David S. Bass.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books U and V 1846-1853", Lucille Utley, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!DEED:26 Apr 1852 Marion Co., SC Deed Book V, p. 394
Alexander Lane and wife Cinthia Lane of Marion District, to J. W. Moody for $600. 152 2/3 acres ... Buck Swamp running old line near Emanuel Johnson's shop thence ...
S: Alexander Lane
S: Cynthia (her mark) Lane
Wit: David S. Bass, E. T. Bass.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books U and V 1846-1853", Lucille Utley, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!CENSUS:1860 x
* Apparently dead, for not with wife on this census.
* No estate or probate records found for him. If the 1852 deed above was all the land he owned, that would explain why there are no probate records.;


!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 ...
...;


!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.
...
Alexander Lane, the third son of Osborne, I think, married a Miss Blackman (in this I may be mistaken) ; he lived and died on upper Buck Swamp, below Latta, and near where his father lived and died. Alexander Lane had and raised a numerous family of sons and daughters, only a few of whom are known to the writer. Samuel Lane, the oldest son, as I suppose, now a very old man, married, first, Sarah Coward, a daughter, of Wilson Coward, who owned the lands whereon Dillon now is situated, and by her had six or seven children, two of whom only were sons, William B. and Lane. One of these emigrated to Texas some years ago, having a family (increasing) when he left. Joseph Lane, another son of old Alexander, married twice (don't know to whom), and had several sons; those known are Alexander, William and Elisha—there are, perhaps, other sons and daughters ; he died some years ago ; was an honest, hard-working man, a good soldier in the war. Osborne Lane, another son of Alexander, married a Christmas, and lives near Mallory, on Little Reedy Creek ; he has several sons, the names of whom are unknown ; he is an honest, hard-working man and a good citizen. Another son of Alexander married a Miss Hensey, and has several sons—has removed to Florence County, and it is said is well to do. Another son of old Alexander, Robert Lane, married a Miss Rogers, and has a family, about whom the writer knows nothing. Another son of old Alexander, Leonard, was killed in the war. They were all good soldiers in the Confederate war. ;

Lucinda Blackman:

Notes:

!NOTES:Marty Grant's 4th Great Grand Mother.;


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


!NOTES:The only source we have for her maiden name is W. W. Sellers who said she was a Blackman. He wasn't sure if it was correct though, and as far as I know, to date, no one has found any proof one way or the other.;


!NOTES:Helen Lane Wiggins and Calvin G. Lane had a marker placed at Catfish Creek Baptist Church ca 2010, where they think Osborne and Hepsabeth, Alexander and Lucinda are buried (but not certain):
In Memory
Osborne Lane
1745-1840
Tory by birth not choice
Hepsabeth Crawford
1752-1825
(on same stone)
Alexander Lane
1787-1859
War of 1812 Vet
Lucinda Blackman
1795-1867
"Placed by Helen Lane Wiggins and Calvin G. Lane"


!CENSUS:1800;


!CENSUS:1810;


!CENSUS:1820 Marion Dist., SC p. 62
Alexander Lane age 26-44 (1775/1794) 200010-20100-0-0.
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
1 male 26-44 (1775/1794) = Alexander Lane (c1790)
2 males 0-9 (1810/1820) = 1. Samuel Lane (1813) son
" males 0-9 (1810/1820) = 2. Son? (1815/20)
1 female 16-25 (1794/1804) = Lucinda Blackman Lane (c1795), wife
2 females 0-9 (1810/1820) = 1. Daughter?
" females 0-9 (1810/1820) = 2. Daughter?;


!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist., SC p. 31
Alexander Lane age 30-39 (1790/1800) 102001-12001-0-0;
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
1 male 30-39 (1790/1800) = Alexander Lane (c1790)
2 males 10-14 (1815/1820) = 1. Samuel Lane (1813) son?
" males 10-14 (1815/1820) = 2. Son? (1815/20)
1 male 0-4 (1825/1830) = Son?*
1 female 20-29 (1800/1810) = Lucinda Blackman Lane (c1795) wife
2 females 5-9 (1820/1825) = 1. Daughter?
" females 5-9 (1820/1825) = 2. Daughter?
1 female 0-4 (1825/1830) = Daughter?
* Joseph (c1828) and Robert (c1829) both fit here, but only room for one.;


!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist., SC p. 141
Alexander Lean age 50-59 (1780/90) 20200001-0111001-0-0
My analysis (who each person *might* be)
1 male 50-59 (1780/1790) = Alexander Lane (c1790)
2 males 10-14 (1825/1830) = 1. Joseph Lane (c1828) son
" males 10-14 (1825/1830) = 2. Robert Lane (c1829) son
2 males 0-4 (1835/1840) = 1. John Osborne Lane (1831) son*
" males 0-4 (1835/1840) = 2. Stephen Lane (1839) son
1 female 40-4 (1790/1800) = Lucinda Blackman Lane (c1795) wife
1 female 15-19 (1820/1825) = Daughter?
1 female 10-14 (1825/1830) = Daughter?
1 males 5-9 (1830/1835) = Charlotte Lane (1833) daughter
* Not a perfect fit, but he should be here.;


!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 1069/1074
Alexander Lane 60 Farmer $500 Marion
Lucinda 40
Charlott 14
John 12
Stephen 10
Leonard 8
Robert Lane 21 Labourer*
* Since Robert was listed last, but older than the others, perhaps not a son, but a nephew instead?;


!DEED:3 Feb 1852 Marion Co., SC Deed Book V, p. 394
Alexander Lane and wife Cinthia Lane of Marion District, to Joseph R. Bass for $231.60. 152 2/3 acres ... Buck Swamp running old line near Emanuel Johnson's shop thence ...
S: Alexander Lane
S: Cynthia (her mark) Lane
Wit: Roebert A. Cox, Celia Parker.
26 Apr 1852 I do hereby assign all of my right and claim to the within deed to Alexander Lane and wife Cynthia Lane for value received of the same.
S: J. R. Bass.
Wit: David S. Bass.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books U and V 1846-1853", Lucille Utley, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!DEED:26 Apr 1852 Marion Co., SC Deed Book V, p. 394
Alexander Lane and wife Cinthia Lane of Marion District, to J. W. Moody for $600. 152 2/3 acres ... Buck Swamp running old line near Emanuel Johnson's shop thence ...
S: Alexander Lane
S: Cynthia (her mark) Lane
Wit: David S. Bass, E. T. Bass.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books U and V 1846-1853", Lucille Utley, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist., SC Marion, Reedy Creek PO # 1361/1348
Cyntha Lane 65 Farmer $-/50 SC
Leonard 19;


!CENSUS:1870 x


!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.
...
Alexander Lane, the third son of Osborne, I think, married a Miss Blackman (in this I may be mistaken) ; he lived and died on upper Buck Swamp, below Latta, and near where his father lived and died. Alexander Lane had and raised a numerous family of sons and daughters, only a few of whom are known to the writer. Samuel Lane, the oldest son, as I suppose, now a very old man, married, first, Sarah Coward, a daughter, of Wilson Coward, who owned the lands whereon Dillon now is situated, and by her had six or seven children, two of whom only were sons, William B. and Lane. One of these emigrated to Texas some years ago, having a family (increasing) when he left. Joseph Lane, another son of old Alexander, married twice (don't know to whom), and had several sons; those known are Alexander, William and Elisha-there are, perhaps, other sons and daughters ; he died some years ago ; was an honest, hard-working man, a good soldier in the war. Osborne Lane, another son of Alexander, married a Christmas, and lives near Mallory, on Little Reedy Creek ; he has several sons, the names of whom are unknown ; he is an honest, hard-working man and a good citizen. Another son of Alexander married a Miss Hensey, and has several sons-has removed to Florence County, and it is said is well to do. Another son of old Alexander, Robert Lane, married a Miss Rogers, and has a family, about whom the writer knows nothing. Another son of old Alexander, Leonard, was killed in the war. They were all good soldiers in the Confederate war. ;

(07) Leonard Lane:

Notes:

!NOTES:Marty Grant's 3rd Great Grand Uncle.;


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


!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 1069/1074
Alexander Lane 60 Farmer $500 Marion
Lucinda 40
Charlott 14
John 12
Stephen 10
Leonard 8
Robert Lane 21 Labourer*
* Since Robert was listed last, but older than the others, perhaps not a son, but a nephew instead?;


!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist., SC Marion, Reedy Creek PO # 1361/1348
Cyntha Lane 65 Farmer $-/50 SC
Leonard 19;


!CIVIL WAR:Roll of Company F, Gregg's First Regiment. LANE, Lemuel (sic), Pvt Aug 1, 1861. Died Apr 1864;


!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.
...
Alexander Lane, the third son of Osborne, I think, married a Miss Blackman (in this I may be mistaken) ; he lived and died on upper Buck Swamp, below Latta, and near where his father lived and died. Alexander Lane had and raised a numerous family of sons and daughters, only a few of whom are known to the writer. Samuel Lane, the oldest son, as I suppose, now a very old man, married, first, Sarah Coward, a daughter, of Wilson Coward, who owned the lands whereon Dillon now is situated, and by her had six or seven children, two of whom only were sons, William B. and Lane. One of these emigrated to Texas some years ago, having a family (increasing) when he left. Joseph Lane, another son of old Alexander, married twice (don't know to whom), and had several sons; those known are Alexander, William and Elisha-there are, perhaps, other sons and daughters ; he died some years ago ; was an honest, hard-working man, a good soldier in the war. Osborne Lane, another son of Alexander, married a Christmas, and lives near Mallory, on Little Reedy Creek ; he has several sons, the names of whom are unknown ; he is an honest, hard-working man and a good citizen. Another son of Alexander married a Miss Hensey, and has several sons-has removed to Florence County, and it is said is well to do. Another son of old Alexander, Robert Lane, married a Miss Rogers, and has a family, about whom the writer knows nothing. Another son of old Alexander, Leonard, was killed in the war. They were all good soldiers in the Confederate war. ;

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