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Husband: James Lane
Born: 1790/1794 in Cheraws Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Married: 1810/1815 in Darlington Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: 21 AUG 1844 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Father: James Lane
Mother: Rachel
Spouses:
Wife: Martha E
Born: 1794/05 in Cheraws Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: after 1860 in Putnam Co, FL
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Children
01 (F): Martha A Lane
Born: 1815/06 in Darlington Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: after 1850 in Dallas Co, AL
Spouses: Jesse H Lide
02 (F): Elizabeth B Lane
Born: 1816/07 in Darlington Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: 1850/1860 in Marion Co, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Spouses: Rev Robert Napier
03 (M): Dr James H Lane
Born: 1819/20 in Darlington Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: after 1850 in Marlboro Dist, SC
Spouses: Maria T Gause
04 (M): Samuel A Lane
Born: 23 JUL 1823 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: 10 AUG 1868 in Melrose, Alachua Co, FL
Spouses: Laura O
05 (M): Thomas M Lane
Born: 1827/08 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: in FL
Spouses: Martha A Timmons
06 (F): Rachel Louisa Lane
Born: 1825/1830 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: 1840/1844 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Spouses:
07 (F): Mary Eleanor Lane
Born: 1825/1830 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: 1840/1844 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Spouses:
08 (F): Olivia Angeline Lane
Born: 1830/01 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: after 1850 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Spouses:
09 (F): Amelia J Lane
Born: 1832/03 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: after 1850 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Spouses:
10 (M): Edmund B Lane
Born: SEP 1835 in Marion Dist, SC (now Florence Co, SC)
Died: 1900/1910 in Putnam Co, FL
Spouses: Roxana P Long; Sallie Kennedy
Additional Information

James Lane:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1800;


!WITNESS-DEED:15 Feb 1806 Marion Co., SC Deed Book C, p. 233
Henry Culpepper of Marion Dist to Joseph Causick of Darlington Dist, for $900, two tracts containing 411a, one containing 300a ... bounding N on Jeffers Creek, W on Richard Green ...
S: Henry Culpepper
Wit: Saml Blackwell*, John McCown, James Lane
Prov before Timothy Dargan, JQ Darlington Dist 6 Mar 1806.
* From "Marion County South Carolina Abstracts of Deeds Volume One Books A - E 1800-1811", Lucille Utley, Alita White Sutcliffe, 1996.
** It is possible this is his father instead.;


!CENSUS:1810;

!CENSUS:1820 Darlington Dist, SC pg 71 James LANE age 26-44 (1775/94) "100110-20010-0-0";

!TAXLIST:1824 Marion Dist, SC James LAIN $33.45;


!TAX LIST:1824 Marion Dist., SC
The format is: Name, and Taxes owed (in dollars and cents).
Ausburn Lain, 5.11
James Lain, 1.80
James Lain, 33.45
Thomas Lain, 0.99
From: "Some South Carolina County Records", Vol. 2 by The Reverend Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr. Editor. 1989.;


!DEED: 2 Jun 1828 Marion Co., SC Deed Book M, p. 179
Darlington District Mortgage
James Lane of Marion Dist., SC for $2000 to be paid by Isaiah Dubose, William Wingate, Alexander Gregg and Timothy D. Pettigrew of SC, release unto (them) tract of land in Marion District, 1840a bounded on E William S. Wilson's land, N on Estate of Robert Hinds, decd, S and SE by Jeremiah H. Brown and Freeman's land. W & NW by Jeremiah H. Brown and Samuel R. Pate's land, it being the land on which I now live ... conveyance become void if paid within 90 days ...
S: James Lane
Wit: S. C. Muldrow, James A. Pettigrew
Pr by S. C. Muldrow before Geo. W. Dargan, QU 3 Jun 1828 Darlington Dist.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books L - M - N 1824-1831", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, Billie Eaddy Cribb. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!WITNESS-DEED: 9 Jan 1830 Marion Co., SC Deed Book R, p. 414
John Gregg of Marion District to Winston Garland of same place for $235, 102a ...
S: John Gregg
Wit: William T. Wilson, James Lane.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books Q and R 1836-1842", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist., SC p. 31
James Lane age 30-39 (1790/1800) 111011-202001-0. Slaves=751210-543200.;


!NAMED: 1832 Darlington Dist, SC Will 1-21 of Rachel LANE as "son James LANE";


!WITNESS-DEED:20 Dec 1833 Marion Co., SC Deed Book P, p. 59
James H. Pearce of Marion Dist, to John McInnis of same place, for $700, upper tract 225a ssd Black Creek, bounded N by Black Creek, E by James Lane, S by James Lane on W by Samuel R. Pate. Lower tract S sd Black Creek 125a. Bounded N & NE by James Lane and Samuel Broaches land on E and SE by M. Pippens and Samuel R. Pates on S and SW by James Lane.
S: James H. Pearce
Wit: James Lane, John McKessack, James Moody
Pr by James Lane before Edward B. Wheeler, 1 Sep 1834.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books O and P 1831-1835", Lucille Utley, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!WITNESS-DEED:20 Dec 1833 Marion Co., SC Deed Book P, p. 70
James H. Pearce of Marion Dist, to Samuel R. Pate and wife Martha Pate for $600, 112a where Pate and wife now dwell and 50 a ...
S: James H. Pearce
Wit: James Lane, John McKessack, James Moody
Pr by James Lane before Edward B. Wheeler, 1 Sep 1834.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books O and P 1831-1835", Lucille Utley, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!DEED: 2 Jan 1834 Marion Co., SC Deed Book R, p. 407
William Woodberry, Sheriff of Marion Dist, SC. Writ of Fieri Facias issued our of Court of Common Please 1 Oct 1829 at suit of David Gregg to me commanding me to attach chattels, lands and tenements of James Lane to levy sum of $2,218.24 damages and costs I have seized and taken the lands ... certain tract containing 340a NE side of Jeffreys Cr bounded SE by the est of R. Howard, NE by D. Bigham's land, N and NW by lands with said mcCall purchased from Col. Saml. Bigham and on the SW by the run of Jeffreys Creek... Exposed to sale at public vendue (sic) and purchased by D. Gregg who transferred the bid to Thos. McCall for sum of $5.00 that being the highest bid.
S: William Woodberry, Shff, M.D.
Wit: Wililam B. Rowell, David Gibson, John Gregg.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books Q and R 1836-1842", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!DEED:27 Nov 1838 Marion Co., SC Deed Book S, p. 173
James Lane of Marion Dist to Robt Napier of same place for $1.00, all that parcel of land in Marion Dist whereon Robert Napier now lives and will more fully appear by the annexed plat.
S: James Lane
Wit: Alex. H. David, James Moody.
p. 174 Plat 209a bounded by lands of James Lane, Mrs. Thompson, Wm T. Wilson's land.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books S and T 1842-1846", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!DEED: 9 Apr 1839 Marion Co., SC Deed Book R, p. 423
James Lane of Marion Dist, to Thos McCall of same place for $100, 340a being part of two tracts, the first granted unto Anthony Turner and certified 29 Nov 1794 for 550a, other tract granted to George Myers 7 Oct 1755 for 300a N sd Jeffreys Creek and waters of Great Pee Dee River. Bounded on SE by estate of Howard land, SW by run of Jeffreys Creek, and all other sides by Thos McCall.
S: James Lane
Wit: John Gregg, Sarah A. Bigham
Dower renounced by Martha E. Lane, wife of James Lane before Robt. T. Askin QU 15 Jun 1839.
(p. 426)
Pursuant to the request of Mr. James Lane, I have resurveyed and laid out to him ... 340a being part of two tracts... first granted to Anthoney Tann? (Turner) 29 Nov 1749 (note different year from above) for 550a, and other granted unto George Myers 7 Oct 1755 for 300a ... 24 Oct 1831 Thos. Eaddy, DS.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books Q and R 1836-1842", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!DEED:14 Feb 1840 Marion Co., SC Deed Book R, p. 228
Articles of Agreement
Eli M. Bostick, Wm T. Wilson & James Lane of Marion Dist,. SC bind ourselves together ... I, Eli M. Bostick do hereby agree not to fill up or anywise obstruct so as to prevent a free passage of the water the alrge ditch running from Asa Hinds line thru my land to William T. Wilson's line to permit Wilson and Lane to join their ditches to it and to pass their water thro it provided they do not turn the waters of the Back Swamp run .... penal sum of $500 for 99 years ...
I, William T. Wilson .... pay 1/3 expenses of keeping the large ditch open ... $300 penal sum ...
I, James Lane ... pay 1/3 ... $300 penal sum ...
S: E. M. Bostick
S: Wm T. Wilson
S: James Lane
Wit: A. L. Gregg, James Moody.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books Q and R 1836-1842", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist., SC p. 146
James Lane age 40-49 (1790/1800) 1011101-0220001-0.
Slaves=17.6.4.1.4.0 - 10.6.6.0.1.0.


!NAMED-DEED:-- --- 1842 Marion Co., SC Deed Book S, p. 18
David Gregg of Darlington District to Alison H. Brown of Marion Dist, for $2000, all my right and title to plantation of several tracts in Marion District on both sides of the Pee Dee River and at and near Mars Bluff ... being all the land purchased at Sheriff's sale of Samuel Muldrow by James Lane and David Gregg, and afterwards by them divided, James Lane to own all thel and on the west side of Pee Dee and David Gregg all on the east side, and afterwards James Lane's part was purchased by David Gregg at Sheriff's Sale.
S: David Gregg
Wit: A. D. Simms, Caleb Coker
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books S and T 1842-1846", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!DEED:20 Mar 1843 Marion Co., SC Deed Book S, p. 202 (also in Book V, p. 80)
By virtue of Writ of Fieri Facias issued out of Court of Common Pleas held at Marion District 30 Oct 1840 at suit of Horatio McCleneghan and others to me directed to levy on lands, houses, etc. and real estate of James Lane to levy sum of $402.73 I have seized and taken lands and tenements of James Lane all that certain tract of land containing 1,631a more or less bounded on the N by Black Creek, NE by John Johnston & by Peppins land. E by Wm T. Wilson's land, S & SE by Robt Napier & Jno McCleneghan land.
Exposed at public sale 7 Mar 1843 purchased by Will R. Johnson for $50 and by him transferred to J. Eli Gregg, being the highest bid.
S: Archd. Carmichael, Shff, M.D.
Wit: C. Hunter, Jno. McMillan.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books S and T 1842-1846", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!NAMED-DEED:22 Jan 1844 Marion Co., SC Deed Book V, p. 148
Listed as a Magistrate
Charles E. Vause of Marion Dist, to Richard White for $1350 ... 150a ... 330a ...
S: C. E. Vause
Wit: S. A. Campbell & B. Wallace
Probated by S. A. Campbell before James Lane, Magst 1 Mar 1844.
Dower renounced by Sarah (her mark) Vause, wife of Charles E. Vause 1 Mar 1844 before James Lane, Magst.
* 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:13 Feb 1844 Marion Co., SC Deed Book S, p. 399
James Lane of Marion Dist, to William R. Johnson of same place, for $8000, sold all that tract of land containing 1,631a on south side of Great Pee Dee River on the Back Swamp near the Duck Ponds ... 670a agreeable to a plat attached to the deed of John Wright to Micijah Pippens dated 10 May 1809 ... Also 600a lying in the Black Creek ... plat of original grant to John Elemore 26 Jul 1774, bounded E by Robert W. Napier's land, S. by Hannah Thompson, W by estate of John McCleneghan & James H. Pearce land. N by Black Creek & Pippens land.
S: James Lane
Wit: J. Eli Gregg, Nat H. McCall
Dower renounced by Martha E. Lane, wife of Jaems Lane 11 Apr 1844 before A. L. Gregg, Magst.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books S and T 1842-1846", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


!PROBATE ROLL # 456 Marion Co., SC 1844. James Lane of Great Pee Dee.
7 Oct 1844 Petition of J. Eli Gregg and W. T. Wilson for letters of Administration.
J. Eli Gregg, Robert Napier, James H. Lane, bondsmen
Wit: A. Carmichael, O. P. Wheeler
... no heirs named ...
* From "Marion County Probate Records" Volume 1, Lucille Utley, Danny Smith. Three Rivers Historical Society. 1985.;


!EQUITY ROLL # 199 Marion Co., SC. 1844. Jesse H. Lide and wife vs Robert Napier and wife, Samuel A. Lane, James H. Lane and others.
Bill for Partition. Filed 25 Oct 1844.
Jesse H.Lide and Martha A. Lide his wife show that Rachel Lane late of Darlington Dist, died March 1832 with Will executed and admitted to probate 8 Mar 1832 (copy of Will missing from roll). Rachel Lane devised as follows:
To Edmond Gee and John B. Bruce certain named negroes ... to hold for my son James Lane, to hold for James Lane children to be dived among them at his death.
James Lane died 21 Aug 1844 leaving the following children:
the oratrix Martha A. Lide
Elizabeth B. Napier who as married Robert Napier
James H. Lane
Samuel A. Lane
Thomas M. Lane
Olivia A. Lane
Amelia J. Lane
Edmond B. Lane
James Lane had at the death of Rachel Lane twh other children:
Rachel Louisa Lane
Mary Eleanor Lane, both of whom have died underage without leaving issue.
Edmond Gee died before Rachel Lane.
John B. Bruce sued for letters testamentary. In 1835 Bruce abandoned trust and removed from state leaving negroes in possession of James Lane who continued to possess them until his death.
* From "Marion County South Carolina Extracts from Equity Rolls", Lucille Utley. Three Rivers Historical Society.;


!CENSUS:1850 x (deceased)


!DEED:24 Mar 1852 Marion Co., SC Deed Book V, p. 413
By virtue of a writ of fiera facias issued out of Court of Common Pleas for Marion District 3 Apr 1842 suit of George W. Dargan directed to Sheriff that the goods and lands etc of James Lane the deft to levy the sum of $1502.05 and also int. on $1485 from 1 Apr 1842. Whereas on on 12 Jun 1845 Elly Godbold then being Sheriff did levy on a tract of land on WIllow Creek on which Mrs.Lane then lived containing 1000a ... James Lane was seized at time of his death, ... exposed to sale at public auction 7 Jul 1845 and purchased by George W. Dargan for $1237.27 highest bid. Whereas Archibald Carmichael now successor of said E. Godbold and duly commissoned Sheriff.
S: A. Carmichael, Sheriff M.D.
Wit: A. E. Grice, G. Bailey.
* 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.;

Martha E:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1820 Darlington Dist, SC pg 71 w/James LANE age 26-44 (1775/94);

!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist, SC pg 30 w/James LANE age 30-39 (1790/1800);


!DEED: 9 Apr 1839 Marion Co., SC Deed Book R, p. 423
James Lane of Marion Dist, to Thos McCall of same place for $100, 340a being part of two tracts, the first granted unto Anthony Turner and certified 29 Nov 1794 for 550a, other tract granted to George Myers 7 Oct 1755 for 300a N sd Jeffreys Creek and waters of Great Pee Dee River. Bounded on SE by estate of Howard land, SW by run of Jeffreys Creek, and all other sides by Thos McCall.
S: James Lane
Wit: John Gregg, Sarah A. Bigham
Dower renounced by Martha E. Lane, wife of James Lane before Robt. T. Askin QU 15 Jun 1839.
(p. 426)
Pursuant to the request of Mr. James Lane, I have resurveyed and laid out to him ... 340a being part of two tracts... first granted to Anthoney Tann? (Turner) 29 Nov 1749 (note different year from above) for 550a, and other granted unto George Myers 7 Oct 1755 for 300a ... 24 Oct 1831 Thos. Eaddy, DS.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books Q and R 1836-1842", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 146 w/James LANE age 40-49 (1790/1800);


!DEED:13 Feb 1844 Marion Co., SC Deed Book S, p. 399
James Lane of Marion Dist, to William R. Johnson of same place, for $8000, sold all that tract of land containing 1,631a on south side of Great Pee Dee River on the Back Swamp near the Duck Ponds ... 670a agreeable to a plat attached to the deed of John Wright to Micijah Pippens dated 10 May 1809 ... Also 600a lying in the Black Creek ... plat of original grant to John Elemore 26 Jul 1774, bounded E by Robert W. Napier's land, S. by Hannah Thompson, W by estate of John McCleneghan & James H. Pearce land. N by Black Creek & Pippens land.
S: James Lane
Wit: J. Eli Gregg, Nat H. McCall
Dower renounced by Martha E. Lane, wife of Jaems Lane 11 Apr 1844 before A. L. Gregg, Magst.
* From "Abstracts of Marion County [SC] Deed Books S and T 1842-1846", Lucille Utley, Angela Turner, Kathy Loyd, John M. Gregg. Three Rivers Historical Society, 2003.;


CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist, SC # 469 Martha E. LANE, 55 (1794/95) born Marion;

!CENSUS:1860 Putnam Co., FL 20th Division (no PO) # 241/241
M. E. Lane 65 f $3000/- SC;

(06) Rachel Louisa Lane:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist, SC pg 30 w/James LANE age 0-4 (1825/30);

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 146 w/James LANE age 10-14 (1825/30);


!NAMED-EQUITY ROLL # 199 Marion Co., SC. 1844. Jesse H. Lide and wife vs Robert Napier and wife, Samuel A. Lane, James H. Lane and others.
Bill for Partition. Filed 25 Oct 1844.
Jesse H.Lide and Martha A. Lide his wife show that Rachel Lane late of Darlington Dist, died March 1832 with Will executed and admitted to probate 8 Mar 1832 (copy of Will missing from roll). Rachel Lane devised as follows:
To Edmond Gee and John B. Bruce certain named negroes ... to hold for my son James Lane, to hold for James Lane children to be dived among them at his death.
James Lane died 21 Aug 1844 leaving the following children:
the oratrix Martha A. Lide
Elizabeth B. Napier who as married Robert Napier
James H. Lane
Samuel A. Lane
Thomas M. Lane
Olivia A. Lane
Amelia J. Lane
Edmond B. Lane
James Lane had at the death of Rachel Lane twh other children:
Rachel Louisa Lane
Mary Eleanor Lane, both of whom have died underage without leaving issue.
Edmond Gee died before Rachel Lane.
John B. Bruce sued for letters testamentary. In 1835 Bruce abandoned trust and removed from state leaving negroes in possession of James Lane who continued to possess them until his death.
* From "Marion County South Carolina Extracts from Equity Rolls", Lucille Utley. Three Rivers Historical Society.;

(07) Mary Eleanor Lane:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist, SC pg 30 w/James LANE age 0-4 (1825/30);

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 146 w/James LANE age 10-14 (1825/30);


!NAMED-EQUITY ROLL # 199 Marion Co., SC. 1844. Jesse H. Lide and wife vs Robert Napier and wife, Samuel A. Lane, James H. Lane and others.
Bill for Partition. Filed 25 Oct 1844.
Jesse H.Lide and Martha A. Lide his wife show that Rachel Lane late of Darlington Dist, died March 1832 with Will executed and admitted to probate 8 Mar 1832 (copy of Will missing from roll). Rachel Lane devised as follows:
To Edmond Gee and John B. Bruce certain named negroes ... to hold for my son James Lane, to hold for James Lane children to be dived among them at his death.
James Lane died 21 Aug 1844 leaving the following children:
the oratrix Martha A. Lide
Elizabeth B. Napier who as married Robert Napier
James H. Lane
Samuel A. Lane
Thomas M. Lane
Olivia A. Lane
Amelia J. Lane
Edmond B. Lane
James Lane had at the death of Rachel Lane twh other children:
Rachel Louisa Lane
Mary Eleanor Lane, both of whom have died underage without leaving issue.
Edmond Gee died before Rachel Lane.
John B. Bruce sued for letters testamentary. In 1835 Bruce abandoned trust and removed from state leaving negroes in possession of James Lane who continued to possess them until his death.
* From "Marion County South Carolina Extracts from Equity Rolls", Lucille Utley. Three Rivers Historical Society.;

(08) Olivia Angeline Lane:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 146 w/James LANE age 5-9 (1830/35);


!NAMED-EQUITY ROLL # 199 Marion Co., SC. 1844. Jesse H. Lide and wife vs Robert Napier and wife, Samuel A. Lane, James H. Lane and others.
Bill for Partition. Filed 25 Oct 1844.
Jesse H.Lide and Martha A. Lide his wife show that Rachel Lane late of Darlington Dist, died March 1832 with Will executed and admitted to probate 8 Mar 1832 (copy of Will missing from roll). Rachel Lane devised as follows:
To Edmond Gee and John B. Bruce certain named negroes ... to hold for my son James Lane, to hold for James Lane children to be dived among them at his death.
James Lane died 21 Aug 1844 leaving the following children:
the oratrix Martha A. Lide
Elizabeth B. Napier who as married Robert Napier
James H. Lane
Samuel A. Lane
Thomas M. Lane
Olivia A. Lane
Amelia J. Lane
Edmond B. Lane
James Lane had at the death of Rachel Lane twh other children:
Rachel Louisa Lane
Mary Eleanor Lane, both of whom have died underage without leaving issue.
Edmond Gee died before Rachel Lane.
John B. Bruce sued for letters testamentary. In 1835 Bruce abandoned trust and removed from state leaving negroes in possession of James Lane who continued to possess them until his death.
* From "Marion County South Carolina Extracts from Equity Rolls", Lucille Utley. Three Rivers Historical Society.;


!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 469/472
Martha E. Lane 55 $2200 Marion
Thomas 22 Farmer
Angeline 19
Amelia 17;

(09) Amelia J Lane:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 146 w/James LANE age 5-9 (1830/35);


!NAMED-EQUITY ROLL # 199 Marion Co., SC. 1844. Jesse H. Lide and wife vs Robert Napier and wife, Samuel A. Lane, James H. Lane and others.
Bill for Partition. Filed 25 Oct 1844.
Jesse H.Lide and Martha A. Lide his wife show that Rachel Lane late of Darlington Dist, died March 1832 with Will executed and admitted to probate 8 Mar 1832 (copy of Will missing from roll). Rachel Lane devised as follows:
To Edmond Gee and John B. Bruce certain named negroes ... to hold for my son James Lane, to hold for James Lane children to be dived among them at his death.
James Lane died 21 Aug 1844 leaving the following children:
the oratrix Martha A. Lide
Elizabeth B. Napier who as married Robert Napier
James H. Lane
Samuel A. Lane
Thomas M. Lane
Olivia A. Lane
Amelia J. Lane
Edmond B. Lane
James Lane had at the death of Rachel Lane twh other children:
Rachel Louisa Lane
Mary Eleanor Lane, both of whom have died underage without leaving issue.
Edmond Gee died before Rachel Lane.
John B. Bruce sued for letters testamentary. In 1835 Bruce abandoned trust and removed from state leaving negroes in possession of James Lane who continued to possess them until his death.
* From "Marion County South Carolina Extracts from Equity Rolls", Lucille Utley. Three Rivers Historical Society.;


!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 469/472
Martha E. Lane 55 $2200 Marion
Thomas 22 Farmer
Angeline 19
Amelia 17;

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