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The Lane family : the ancestry and descendants of General Jackson Lane and allied families : Crabtree, Estep, Hutchinson, Powers, Ritchie, Roberson, Russell

Country roads and lanes : the ancestry and descendants of General Jackson Lane
by Fannie Lane Steele
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Wise, Virginia : F.L. Steele, c1991
viii, 494, [52] p. : ill., facsims., coats of arms, ports.

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Cover and spine title: Country roads and lanes : the ancestry and descendants of General Jackson Lane.

Jackson Lane (1829-1908), son of John and Katherine Estep Lane, was born in Scott Co., Va. He came to Russell County with his mother and step-father, Reuben Powers. Russell County became Wise county in 1856 and later Dickenson County in 1880. He married 1852 in Russell County, Va. Sarah "Sally" Jane Ritchie (1836-1884), daughter of John and Kezia "Cassie" Hill Ritchie. She was born in Virginia. They settled on Lick Fork in Wise County. They were parents of twelve children born between 1853 and 1879. Descendants live in Virginia and elsewhere. Early Lane immigrants came to Virginia as early as 1635.

Includes allied families of Boggs, Cantrell, Dotson, Layne, Mullins, Powers, Roberson, Stallard, Stanley, Steele, Crabtree, Estep, Ritchie, etc.

Includes index.

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