[Thanks to Don Stanwyck for transcribing the Lane family]
of that year, mentions two sons and four dau's; all prob. b. in Eng., as foll.:
|i.||ELIZABETH, . m. Thomas Rider.|
|ii.||MARY, . m. (1) Joseph Long, and (2) Joseph Farnsworth.|
|iii.||ANIS, or AVITH, . m. Thomas Lincoln, afts. of Hing., Mass., who was kn. as "the Cooper."|
|v.||SARAH, . m. Nathaniel Baker, and d. at Hull, 19 Aug. 1695, at the house of her s. in law, John Loring|
NOTE. The Lanes are a very ancient family. As early as 1067, a person of this name came over to England with William the Conqueror.
2. GEORGE2 (William1), was one of the early planters of Hing., and at the first distribution of land on Town (North) St., Sept. 18, 1635, a house-lot of five acres was granted to him. He also had a grant of ten acres at "Nutty Hill," and thirteen shares in the common lands. The chris. name of his wife was Sarah. She d. in Hing. 26 March, 1694-95. He died 11 June, 1689. Will proved 20 Aug. foll. "Shoemaker." Selectman in 1669 and 1678. Resided on North, near Beal St.
Ch., all b. or bt. in Hing., were
|i.||SARAH, March, 1637-38. m. 1655, Lieut. James Lewis of Barnstable.|
|ii.||HANNAH, Feb. 24, 1638-39. m. Dec. 23, 1665, Thomas Humphrey.|
|4.||iii.||JOSIAH, May 23, 1641.|
|iv.||SUSANNA, June 23, 1644. m. Dec. 23, 1665, William Robbarts.|
|v.||ELIZABETH, 1646. m. Walter Poor.|
|5.||vi.||JOHN, Jan. 20, 1647-48.|
|6.||vii.||EBENEZER, Aug. 25, 1650.|
|viii.||MARY, Apr. 11, 1653. m. Ellis.|
|ix.||PETER, July 21, 1656.|
3. ANDREW2 (William1), had a grant of a house-lot containing five acres on Town (North) St., the same as did his bro. George, Sept. 18, 1635. He also had ten acres granted him at "Nutty Hill," and six shares in the common lands. Apr. 6, 1648, he purchased of Aaron Ludkin of Charlestown, a house-lot in Hing. containing five acres with a dwelling and buildings thereon. This lot had previously been granted by the town to George Ludkin, the fa. of Aaron, and was bounded by George Lane eastward, Nicholas Baker westward, and the town street southward. He also purchased of said Ludkin, land which had granted to his fa. George Ludkin, at Pleasant Hill, at the Great Lots, at Weir River, at Squirrel Hill, at the Plaine Neck, and at Broad Cove. The chris. name of his w. was Triphany. She d. in Hing. 2 Jan. 1706-7, æt. ab. 95 yrs. He d. 1 May, 1675. The inv. of his est. taken by Joshua Hobart and Nathaniel Beal, was appraised at £235, 3s., and inc. dw.-house, barn, salt meadow and other lands; 4 oxen, 4 cows, 2 yearlings, 2 calves, etc. "Felt-maker," and "farmer." Resided on North St., next west of the way leading to Squirrel Hill.
Ch., all bt. in Hing., were
|7.||i.||ANDREW, Aug. 16, 1646.|
|ii.||MARY, Aug. 16, 1646. m. Jan 24, 1663-64, William Orcutt.|
|iii.||ABIGAIL, Aug. 16, 1646. m. Dec. 27, 1665, Daniel Stodder.|
|8.||iv.||JOHN, Jan. 30, 1647-48.|
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