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Another LANE family

DaveHam9

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Hello,

Richard LANE married Elizabeth GEAKE in 1826 ???

I can't find the marriage.

Children born St Clether Cornwall:

Thomas 1827
Catherine 1829
Elizabeth 1830
William Henry 1832
Selina 1835
William 1939 **


Family arrived in Australia ???

Birth reg or baptisms in NSW:

V1839270 155/1839 LANE WILLIAM G - RICHARD - ELIZABETH
V18392021 162A/1839 LANE WILLIAM G - RICHARD - ELIZABETH

V1845396 159/1845 LANE JANE J W - RICHARD - ELIZABETH

Both parents arrived:

Deaths
5044/1865 LANE ELIZABETH - THOMAS - PEGGY - ORANGE
8847/1876 LANE RICHARD - JAMES - JOHANNA - ORANGE

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This one can probably be ruled out and matched to this marriage:

LANE Selina 21 Bolton 1853 Sydney and/or Newcastle Reel 2136, [4/4790]; Reel 2464, [4/4930]
Bolton - Arrived 23 Jun 1853

Selina 21 Waistcoat Maker Exeter Devonshire Indepent. Both

32/1857 SMITH JAMES - LANE SELINA - SYDNEY
 

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Some submitted and extracted IGI records:

Selena
Birth: 23 Jul 1835
Christening: 21 Sep 1835 Mary Magdalene-Wesleyan, Launceston, Cornwall
Richard LANE & Elizabeth ...


I can't see one for William G in England so it's possible he was born on vessel or in NSW. You can't tell from the NSW V (= Volume) reg if it is a birth or baptism record or both.
 
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Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal (NSW : 1851 - 1904) - Wednesday 18 February 1857 p.3
MARRIED
At Bathurst, by special license, on Tuesday the 17th instant, by the Rev. Joseph Oram, Wesleyan Minister, Charles Wesley, son of the late W. Lane, Esq., of Orton Park, to Selina, fourth daughter of Richard Lane, Esq., Russell-street, Bathurst.

Says fourth but I count her as third from the extracted IGI records.

Wesleyan fits too with the IGI record.

Death 16144/1921 LANE SELINA - RICHARD (-GEAKE) - GLEBE

Mother's maiden name GEAKE.

Yes, married a LANE. :)
 
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Thanks gibbo. :) Very interesting.

I have others in my tree connected to Byng besides LANE - I have TOM and GLASSON.

I'm still trying to prove that the parents of Selina's spouse are William LANE & Catherine TOM.

I have some marriages at Springfield.
 
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Again a large article so just posting some of it.


Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser (Grafton, NSW : 1859 - 1889)
Tuesday 25 July 1871

..........The deceased lady was tho eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Lane, of Cornish Settlement ; she was a native of Cornwall, and come to this colony with her father and family about thirty-three years ago..................
 

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Thanks gibbo.

So 1837 or 1838 or 1839.

The other family were already here in 1828. :eek:

1828 New South Wales Census - BATHURST
William Lane 35
Catherine Lane 28 (nee TOM)
Mary Tom Lane 8
John Tom Lane 6
Thos. Tom Lane 3
William H Lane 8 mths

No sign of a birth/baptism reg around 1834 to prove Charles Wesley is a son.
 

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http://www.zentus.com/tomlister/parsontomframe.htm

A daughter of 'Parson' TOM. And Catherine TOM is a sister. Catherine's spouse William LANE is a brother of 'Parson' TOM's spouse Ann.

Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal (NSW : 1851 - 1904) - Saturday 1 July 1854 p.3
Married
At Springfield, Cornish Settlement, June 20th, by the Rev. S. Wilkinson, Wesleyan Minister, George Henry Tempest, of Sydney, to Helen Wesley, second daughter of W. Tom Esq.

George Henry Tempest of Sydney
Helen Wesley Tom of Springfield
Twentyeth June 1854 at Springfield
Samuel Wilkinson Minister of the Wesleyan Church
Both signed
Witnesses: Nicholas Tom, Charles Tom, Wesley Tom, all of Springfield
 

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Got their arrival Dave :biggrin: Please dont go and tell me its not them:rolleyes: :2fun::2fun:

The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842)
Monday 23 April 1838

From Plymouth via the Cape of Good Hope, same day, having sailed from the former port the 2nd of December, and the latter the 4th of March, the ship Duchess of Northumberland, Captain Roxburgh, with 217 steerage passengers, princi- pally mechanics and agricullural labourers with their wives and families. Passengers in the cabin, Mr Verner, Mrs Verner and 2 children, Mr W H Barnes, Mr S J Usher, Mr J Power, Mr Lane, Mrs Lane, Miss Geake. Mr G Ashe, Mr T Wilson, Mrs Wilson and 5 children, Mr Clarke, Mrs Clarke and 2 children, Miss Lane, Thomas, Elisabeth, Catharine, and Selina Lane, W Ronald, Esq. (surgeon) Intermediate pas- sengers, Dr Carter, Mr Abbot, Mr Hensley, Mrs Hensley and 2 children, Mr E Mogride, Mr H Milford, Mr James Lane, and Mr John Lane.
 

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It is a Bounty vessel. Selina listed just as an unmarried female - no age just name of vessel.

Yes. Case closed for this topic. Thanks. :)
 

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This one can probably be ruled out and matched to this marriage:

LANE Selina 21 Bolton 1853 Sydney and/or Newcastle Reel 2136, [4/4790]; Reel 2464, [4/4930]
Bolton - Arrived 23 Jun 1853

Selina 21 Waistcoat Maker Exeter Devonshire Indepent. Both

32/1857 SMITH JAMES - LANE SELINA - SYDNEY
Parents Henry & Selina living at Exeter - No relations in colony.
 

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Hello and welcome to the Forum.

I have four different Lane families in my large tree but I'm not a direct descendant of any of them.

Dave
 

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