LANE FAMILY_MD and PA
The Family of John LANE Sr.
From Frederick Co., MD to Washington Co., PA (and West)
(unknown where my LANE family was from)
John Lane b.ca. 1890 said to be Scots-Irish, and married a German Baptist girl.
John Lane, Sr. b. ca. 1780 where?
Apprenticed to Martin GARVER, a weaver,
in Frederick Co., MD in 1794 at age 14
Married Catherine BAKER Jan. 23,1805
Frederick Co., MD
Moved to Washington Co. PA with his
in-laws, Joseph and Mary _____ BAKER
(Is it possible she was a Haines? or a Bail?)
Children of John LANE Sr. and Catherine BAKER LANE
(Had 4 known children, maybe more?)
1. John Lane Jr. b. 1804 - m. Susannah McCLURE
Moved to Shelby Twp., Ripley Co., IN by early 1830's
2. Joseph Lane b. 1807 - m. Anna DAGER
Moved to Carroll Co., OH by early 1830's
3. Rev. Daniel Lane b. 1810 - m. Anna ENGLAND
Lived in South Strabane Twp., Washington Co., PA
Was an active Brethren Minister at the
Ten Mile Church of the Brethren
and the South Pigeon Creek Dunkard Church.
4. Mary A. LANE b. 1818-1820 - m. Samuel FLOWERS
Samuel was a Stagecoach Driver on the National Pike.
Lived near Daniel Lane until the 1870s.
Mary, a widow, moved to the City of Washington.
John LANE, Sr. died Dec. 22 or 24, 1844
in Washington Co., PA
Catherine BAKER LANE died
supposedly in 1822
in Washington Co., PA
This family is documented in the book -
Lane Family History: Descendants of
John Lane, Sr. by Ruth Lane McGary and Judith Ann Florian, 1990 (Includes 1794-1990.)
View the All-Name Index of this book.
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The ancestry of the LANE family were German Baptists (see maps). Known as the Fraternity of.. or Society of German Baptists, (or Dunkards / Tunkers in the community), the church adopted the official name of The Church of the Brethren in the early 1900s.
My branch of the LANE family:
Daniel and Anna England Lane, and family (photo)
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My Four Primary Families Include:
FLORIAN, HATFIELD, LANE, and McGARY
My collateral lines for these 4 main families include:
(in alphabetical order)
ANTHONY, BAIL, BAKER, DAGER, DEEMS, DENMAN, DONLEY (aka DENMAN),
ELLIOTT, ENGLAND, FLOWERS, FOX, GRAY, KNIGHT, KITE, KNITE,
LASH, LINN, LUTES, McCLELLAND, McCLURE,
MOORE, PEES, SEPTER, STATHERS, STROSNIDER, WALLER
My families were/are originally from these areas:
Frederick Co, MD, Washington Co., PA,
West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and west to California.
McGary lines were from West Virginia to PA.
Some families had ties to Greene County PA.
View the All-Name Index of the book, Lane Family History: Descendants of John Lane, Sr. by Ruth Lane McGary and Judith Ann Florian. Contact webmaster about availability of this book.
Special acknowledgement to my co-researcher and co-author of
our 2nd book,
and co-trouble-maker, my sister Cathy Caldwell (deceased).
Our John Lane Sr. (ca.1780-1844) was mistakenly (we think) included in a DAR Application, linking him to the wrong Revolutionary Soldier (although his father was supposedly in the Revolutionary War). Read the files disproving this DAR Application and see the actual documents. (DAR Application of Emma McKinley Nease for Record of John Lane, Bedford Co., PA) I welcome comments and any researcher's proof either way concerning this issue.
|DISPROVING THE DAR APPLICATION OF
MRS. EMMA McKILINLEY NEASE
ON THE MILITARY REV. WAR RECORD OF
JOHN LANE, SR. OF BEDFORD CO., PA. (son John Lane Jr.)
(different men from our John Lane Sr. & Jr. of Washington County PA)
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This page was last updated on Monday, December 23, 2013 00:18
Judith Ann Florian
Girard, Ohio 44420
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