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Joseph LANE
(1665-1758)
Julion
Barnabas McKINNE
(1685-1759)
Mary EXUM
Joseph LANE
(1710-1774)
Patience McKINNE
(1715-Abt 1755)
Jesse LANE
(1733-1806)

 

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Winifred AYCOCK

Jesse LANE

  • Born: Jul 3, 1733, , Halifax County, North Carolina
  • Marriage: Winifred AYCOCK on Dec 16, 1755 in , Halifax County, North Carolina
  • Died: Oct 28, 1806, Saint Louis, St. Louis City County, Missouri, USA at age 73
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bullet  General Notes:

From Southside Virginia Families
By John Bennett Boddie, pp 298-

Jesse Lane had a long and distinguished career in the Revolutionary Army. On March 1, 1777, he enlisted for three years service as a private in Captain Jacob Turner's company, 3rd N.C. Regiment, commanded by Col. Jethro Sumner. ... The 3rd N.C. Continental Line (the Regular Army soldiers of the Revolution), marched northward to join Washington's Army on March 15, 1777. ... The North Carolina Brigade spent the winter of 1777-1778 at Valley Forge enduring the terrible sufferings of that season.

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http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~bowers/lane/thomasl.htm:
21. Jesse LANE was born on 3 Jul 1733 in , (Halifax), NC. He was buried in 1806. He died on (28 Oct 1806 in St. Louis, MO.)
He was married to Winifred AYCOCK (daughter of William AYCOCK and Rebecca PACE) on 16 Dec 1755 in Halifax, NC, NC. Winifred AYCOCK was born on 11 Apr 1741 in , Wake, NC. She was buried in Dec 1794 in Athens, Clarke, GA. She died on 16 Dec 1794 in , Clark, GA. Jesse LANE and Winifred AYCOCK had the following children:
Charles LANE.
Richard LANE.
Henry LANE died in 1760. He was born on 28 Mar 1760 in , Wake, NC.
Caroline Aycock LANE.
Rhoda LANE.
Patience LANE.
Jonathon LANE.
John LANE.
Simeon LANE.
Rebecca LANE.
Joseph LANE.
Sarah (Sally) LANE.
Mary Jane (Polly) LANE <kirkp.htm> md. Thomas Newton Kirkpatrick.
Winifred LANE.
Jesse LANE.
Elizabeth LANE.
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http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mhmills/html-m/grpf376.html:
LANE:
Buried: 06 Nov 1806, Clarke County, Georgia 14 15
Alt. Birth: 03 Jul 1735, Alt. Birth 16
Alt. Death: 1804, Alt. Death; St. Louis, Missouri 17
Alt. Death: 18 Oct 1804, Alt. Death; Kentucky 18
Alt. Death: 28 Oct 1806, Alt. Death; Kentucky 19 20 21
Alt. Death: 28 Oct 1806, Alt. Death; Near St. Louis, Missouri 22
Military Service: 1776, during the Revolutionary War as officer in Third North Carolina Continentals (Halifax) 23 24
Military: 07 Oct 1780, fought in Battle of Kings Mountain, Revolutionary War 25 26
Residence: Jackson County, Georgia 27
Residence: Oglethorpe County, Georgia 28
Residence: 1782, North Carolina 29
Residence: 1784, Moved from Wake County, Noth Carolina, to Elberton County, Georgia, then to Oglethope County, then to Jackson County (now Clarke County), Georgia 30 31
Residence: after 1784, Georgia 32
Religion: 1787, "With his son Jonathan and son in law, David Lowry, he built first Methodist church in that part of Georgia..." 33
14 Revolutionary War Graves Register.
15 Woodward, Merle Kingsbery, General History of the Lanes of Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas (1961-1965, unpublished manuscript).
16 Pace, N. H., Sr., Pace, One of America's Earliest Emigrant Families (1962. Columbus, Mississippi), p. 8. Quality: 3.
17 Haywood, Marshall DeLancy, Joel Lane, Pioneer and Patriot (2nd edition, Raleigh, NC, Alfred Williams and Co., 1925), d. 1804 in St. Louis, Missouri. Quality: 3.
18 Maddox, J. T., and M. Carter, North Carolina Soldiers, Sailors, Patriots and Descendants. Vol. I (n.d., Georgia Pioneers Publications, Albany, Georgia), p. 124. Quality: 3.
19 Revolutionary War soldiers of Clarke County, Georgia (<http://www.rootsweb.com/~gaclarke/Military/ar/revolution.htm>).
20 Wright, Lin, from Georgia Revolutionay War Soldiers' Graves, compiled by H. Ross Arnold, Jr., and H. Clifton Burnham; Georgia Revolutionary Soldiers, Sailors, Patriots and Descendants, compiled by Mary Carter, and other sources, Clarke County, Georgia, Revolutionary War List (<http://www.rootsweb.com/~gaclarke/Military/Revolution.htm>).
21 Barnes, Robert and Catherine Barnes did index, Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly History and Genealogical Magazine. Vol. II (1981. Genealogical Publishing Company), p. 553. Quality: 3.
22 Aycock, J. E., B. W. Aycock, F. A. Bednar, James and Richard Aycock, Their Descendants, Earliest Settlers of Wilkes County, Georgia (1985. n.p), p. 7. Quality: 3.
23 Army Accounts, Vol. 13, Section AA, p. 50, 1782, also p. 175, 1793.
24 National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Patriot Index Database (Copyright 1995-1998).
25 Woodward, Merle Kingsbery, General History of the Lanes of Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas (1961-1965, unpublished manuscript).
26 Barnes, Robert and Catherine Barnes did index, Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly History and Genealogical Magazine. Vol. II (1981. Genealogical Publishing Company), p. 554. Quality: 3.
27 Austin, J. H., Georgia Pioneers and Their Times (CD-ROM, 1998, Fayetteville, GA).
28 Ibid.
29 Haun, W. P., North Carolina Revolutionary Army Accounts, Vo. II (1990), p. 261. Quality: 3.
30 Rogers, Loula Kendall. Historical Collections of the Joseph Habersham Chapter, DAR, Vo. II, General History of the Lanes, of North Carolina and Georgia (1902).
31 Barnes, Robert and Catherine Barnes did index, Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly History and Genealogical Magazine. Vol. II (1981. Genealogical Publishing Company), p. 554. Quality: 3.
32 Austin, J. H., Georgia Pioneers and Their Times (CD-ROM, 1998, Fayetteville, GA).
33 Barnes, Robert and Catherine Barnes did index, Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly History and Genealogical Magazine. Vol. II (1981. Genealogical Publishing Company), p. 554. Quality: 3.


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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Military: Battles fought in during Revolutionary War, 1777-1784. Battle of Germantown, Battle of Monmouth, Battle of Stono, Cowpens, Eutaw Springs, Guilford Courthouse.

Military: Served in Revolutionary War, enlistment date, Mar 1, 1777, , , North Carolina. On March 1, 1777, he enlisted for three years service as a private in Captain Jacob Turner's company, 3rd N.C. Regiment, commanded by Col. Jethro Sumner. ... The 3rd N.C. Continental Line (the Regular Army soldiers of the Revolution), marched northward to join Washington's Army on March 15, 1777. ... The North Carolina Brigade spent the winter of 1777-1778 at Valley Forge enduring the terrible sufferings of that season.


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Jesse married Winifred AYCOCK, daughter of William AYCOCK and Rebecca PACE, on Dec 16, 1755 in , Halifax County, North Carolina. (Winifred AYCOCK was born on Apr 11, 1741 in , Wake County, North Carolina and died on Dec 16, 1794 in , Clarke County, Georgia.)




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