Marty and Karla Grant

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Husband: Stephen Lane
Born: 07 OCT 1839 in Marion Dist, SC
Married: after 1860 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 09 MAR 1912 in Cartersville, Florence Co, SC
Father: Alexander Lane
Mother: Lucinda Blackman
Spouses:
Wife: Quincy Lee Hussey
Born: 1839/1840 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1880 in Darlington Co, SC
Father: Robert Hussey
Mother: Cinthia Lee
Spouses:
Additional Information

Stephen Lane:

Notes:

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


!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?;


!CENSUS:1860 Webster Co., GA Southern District, Preston PO, # 353/353
T. Turner 45 male, Farmer $1400/1000 SC
Martha 45 NC
David 18 Farm Labor SC
Stephen Lane 18 Farm Labor SC
John Parker 18 SC.

!CENSUS:1870;

!CENSUS:1880 * Darlington;


!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. ;

Quincy Lee Hussey:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1840;

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist, SC # 1248 Lincey (f) HUSSEY, 10 (1839/40) born Marion;

!CENSUS:1860;


!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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