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Joel Lane’s Siblings:
Joseph Lane & Patience McKinnie had six sons:
1. John (circa 1730 - d. ?) - Married a Mary (last name unknown, date of marriage unknown). He lived in Georgia in 1755 and in 1760 was in South Carolina. Had at least 3 children, Anne, Mary, and Patience.
2. Joseph Sr. (b. Apr 15, 1731 - d. 1798) - Married Sarah Bradford in 1755 or 1760 and died in Wake County in 1798. His house built in 1773 is still standing and is privately owned. They had at least two children: Sarah Lane (m. married Matthew McCullers) and Joseph Lane Jr. (1761-1825, m. Ferribee/Pherebe Hunter).
Joseph Lane Jr. & Pherebe Hunter's Children
The list of children from Joseph Lane’s Will:
Jane High (b.?-d.?)
Delilah (“Delsie”?) Burt (nee Lane) (b.1785-d.? ) - Married a William Burt
Isaac Lane (b.1787-d.1862) - Married a Mary (Polly) Pride (b.1788-1862).
Patsy Burt (nee Lane) (b.1789-d.?) - Married a Mr. Burt (unknown relation to above William Burt who married Delilah)
Joseph Lane (b.1792-d.?) (This is Joseph Lane, III)
Jonathan Lane (b.1794-d.?)
Rebecca Davis (nee Lane) (b.1803-d.1846) - Married Jessie H. Davis
Jesse A. Lane (b.1808-d.1856) - Married Sarah Fennel
Phereba (sic) Lane (b.?-d.?) - Married Henry Davis
There are 3 generations of Joseph Lanes in this line.
3. Jesse (b. Jul 3, 1733 - possibly 1806) - Married Winifred Aycock (Apr 11, 1741 - Dec 16,1794) on Dec 16, 1755. Jesse had 16 children. His grandson Joseph Lane was a hero during the Mexican War and was later appointed first territorial governor of Oregon. He was elected as Oregon’s first senator. Lane County, Oregon is named after him. David Swain, governor of NC and president of UNC during the 19th century, is also a grandson of Jesse
Children of Jesse Lane & Winifred Aycock
Charles LANE (Oct 2, 1756 - Apr 9, 1836) - M. Elizabeth Mallory (1774)
Richard LANE (Feb 9, 1759 - Jul 6, 1793) - M. Mary Flint (1779)
Henry LANE (Mar 28, 1760 - 1760)
Caroline Aycock LANE (May 26, 1761 - Dec 25, 1812) - M. David Lowry (1781) and George Swain (1788)
Patience LANE (Mar 28, 1765 -d. ?) - M. John Hart (1785)
Jonathon LANE (Apr 3, 1767 - May 12, 1837) - M. Patience Rogers (1787) and Mary Polly Colley (1795)
John LANE (Dec 25, 1769 - cir 1822-1828) - M. Elizabeth Street (1798)
Simeon LANE (Mar 10, 1771 - 1853) - M. Judith Humphry (1792)
Rebecca LANE (Mar 5, 1773 - abt. 1820) - M. James Luckie (1790)
Joseph LANE (Mar 28, 1775 - d. bef Jan 14, 1828) - M. Elizabeth Hill (1798)
Sarah (Sally) LANE (Dec 18, 1777 - 1825) - M. John Kirkpatrick (1799)
Mary Jane (Polly) LANE (Dec 18, 1777 - Jan 29, 1839) - M. Thomas Newton Kirkpatrick (1797)
Winifred LANE (Oct 11, 1780 - May 11, 1872) - M. James Peleg Rogers (1799)
Jesse LANE Jr. (Jun 12, 1772 - d. ?) - M. Rhoda Jolly (1
Elizabeth LANE (Sept 6, 1786 - bef. 1832-1840) - M. Rev. William Montgomery (1803)
4. Barnabas (b. 1735) m. Sara Martin. They had three children: Martin, Barnabas, Jr., and a daughter, Jean. Barnabas Lane of Edgecombe Co. died in 1762. There is some evidence that Joel Lane adopted Jean. After Joel and his wife Mary died in 1795, their son Thomas lived with his cousin Martin Lane.
5.James (b. 1737 or 39) m. Lydia Speight c.1760, d. 1805 in Wake County. Will probated in Wake County in February 1805. It mentions the following children: Edmund, Caroline, Polly, Betsy Christophers, Penny Atkins, Joel, and Nathaniel M.
6. Joel (b. 1739 d. 3/29/1795) m. Martha Hinton (1745-1771) in 1762. Together they had 3 sons. In 1772, married her sister, Mary (1755-1795). Together they had 9 children. For more information on their children, see the page on Joel Lane’s descendants.
Joseph Lane Will (1825): From the Valley Leaves Quarterly, vol 13, nr 2, Dec 1978. Last Will of Joseph Lane, Sr. of Morgan County, Ala 1825. Link here.