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Sarah GAINES

ABT 1805 - ____

ID Number: I105023

  • RESIDENCE: Shenandoah and Rockingham Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1805
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2569]
Father: Aaron GAINES Sr.
Mother: Jane GOODLOE


Notes


Aaron Neff (Husband) Marriage: 8 AUG 1820 in Shenandoah Co.,Virginia


                                                    _William Henry GAINES _+
                                                   | (1705 - 1796) m 1727  
                       _Benjamin GAINES ___________|
                      | (1731 - 1818) m 1753       |
                      |                            |_Isabella PENDLETON ___+
                      |                              (1712 - 1781) m 1727  
 _Aaron GAINES Sr.____|
| (1763 - 1818) m 1784|
|                     |                             _Aaron BOTTS __________+
|                     |                            | (1709 - 1778)         
|                     |_Elizabeth Claiborne BOTTS _|
|                       (1741 - 1830) m 1753       |
|                                                  |_Margaret WIGGINTON ___
|                                                    (1711 - ....)         
|
|--Sarah GAINES 
|  (1805 - ....)
|                                                   _George GOODLOE _______+
|                                                  | (1701 - 1741) m 1728  
|                      _Henry GOODLOE _____________|
|                     | (1730 - 1820) m 1751       |
|                     |                            |_Diana MINOR __________+
|                     |                              (1710 - 1755) m 1728  
|_Jane GOODLOE _______|
  (1767 - 1805) m 1784|
                      |                             _______________________
                      |                            |                       
                      |_Frances Diana KEMP ________|
                        (1734 - ....) m 1751       |
                                                   |_______________________
                                                                           

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R. B. GOSNEY

____ - ____

ID Number: I11678

  • RESIDENCE: Jackson Co. AR
  • RESOURCES: See: [S353]

Family 1 : Iris ALVIS

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James Commodore HODGES

1881 - ____

ID Number: I78516

  • RESIDENCE: MS
  • BIRTH: 1881
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2987]
Father: John HODGES
Mother: Deliah M. BROWN


Notes


Spouse: Anne Brown Disc #19 Pin #485909

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _Amos HODGES ________|
                      | (1814 - 1892)       |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _John HODGES ________|
| (1838 - ....)       |
|                     |                      _Samuel PRESTRIDGE __+
|                     |                     | (1788 - ....)       
|                     |_Delaney PRESTRIDGE _|
|                       (1814 - ....)       |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--James Commodore HODGES 
|  (1881 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Deliah M. BROWN ____|
                      |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Hon. Joseph LANE Gov. Terr. of Oregon

14 Dec 1801 - 19 Apr 1881

ID Number: I69233

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: Gen; Gov; vice-pres.nominee 1860 headed by John C. Breckinridge
  • RESIDENCE: Buncombe Co. NC; 1804 Henderson Co. KY; 1816 Warwick Co. IN; 1849 Territory of Oregon.
  • BIRTH: 14 Dec 1801, Ashville, Buncombe Co., North Carolina
  • DEATH: 19 Apr 1881, Roseburg, Douglas Co. Oregon
  • BURIAL: Memorial Garden Cemetery, Roseburg, Douglas, Oregon
  • RESOURCES: See: Bio [S2644]
Father: John LANE
Mother: Elizabeth STREET


Family 1 : Polly Pierce (Pierre) HART
  1.  Lafayette LANE
  2.  Daughter LANE
  3. + LANE

Notes


"they had 10 children. BIOGRAPHY OF JOSEPH LANE (1801-1881): Written by James Meehan in William S. Powell, Ed. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, Vol. 4. Chapel Hill NC: The University of North Carolina Press, pp. 13-14.


Lane, Joseph (14 Dec. 1801-19 Apr. 1881), soldier, U.S. senator, governor of Oregon, and vice-presidential candidate, was born in a double log cabin on Beaverdam Creek, four miles north of Asheville. During the same year his cousin, David Lowry Swain, destined to become a North Carolina governor and president of the University of North Carolina, was born in the same cabin. Lane was a descendant of members of the noted Lane family, originally of Halifax County, who were pioneer settlers of Raleigh and Wake County. His grandfather was Jesse Lane; Jesse's brothers were Joseph and Joel, the latter of whom provided the land on which Raleigh was established. His father, John Lane, fought at the Battle of Kings Mountain and after the Revolution, in 1795, settled with his brother Charles in Buncombe County and established an ironworks. His mother was Elizabeth Street, daughter of an early sheriff of Buncombe County. Joseph was the second son of John and Elizabeth Lane.


In 1804 the family moved to Henderson County, Ky., where he attended common schools. In 1816 he moved to Warrick County, Ind., and clerked in a store. He married Mary (Polly) Pierre Hart in 1820 and settled on a riverbank farm in Vanderburgh County. Lane was a successful farmer and also bought produce and conducted a flatboat trade with New Orleans. He continued these operations for twenty-four years, becoming a prominent tradesman and community leader. In 1822 he held his first public office when he served in the Indiana legislature; he won reelection several times. During the Mexican War Lane received national attention after leading his brigade with distinction at Huamantla and in other battles. Entering as a private, he merged as a hero with the rank of major general. At the close of the war in 1848, President James K. Polk named him governor of the new and virtually unexplored Territory of Oregon.


After a rigorous winter journey, Lane proclaimed the new government on 3 Mar. 1849. Many of his duties involved pacifying the region's Indian tribes, a task in which he was notably successful. He resigned the governorship on 18 June 1850 and was subsequently named a delegate to the U.S. Congress; he was reelected three times. When Oregon joined the Union on 14 Feb. 1859, he was chosen as its first U.S. senator, serving until 3 Mar. 1861.


In 1860 Lane was named vice-presidential nominee on the Democratic ticket headed by John C. Breckinridge. In this four-way campaign, one faction of the Democrats split in an effort to prevent the election of Stephen A. Douglas. It was thought that Lane--a native Southerner, considered pro secession, and popular in all parts of the country--in combination with Breckinridge could defeat both the Douglas forces and the strong Republican ticket of Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin. But the Republicans won with 180 electoral votes; Breckinridge and Lane came in second with 71.


It was during this unsuccessful bid for the nation's second highest office that Lane returned to North Carolina, his first visit since childhood. He went to see his father's birthplace near Raleigh and the Joel Lane House, the city's oldest. He viewed the deed of conveyance by which Joel Lane in 1792 sold the state one thousand acres on which the capital city was founded. He also was reunited with his cousin, David Lowry Swain, then president of the University of North Carolina, with whom he had corresponded over the years. He learned much about the fortunes of the Lane family during the intervening years.


Oregon had become Republican in the 1860 election. Thus, after his Senate term expired, Lane retired from public life to his farm near Roseburg, Oreg., where he died. Lane and his wife were the parents of ten children who lived to maturity: Ratliffe B., Malissa, Joseph, Simon, John, Lafayette, Roseburg, Mary, Emily, and Winifred. In 1867 Lane, his wife, and three of their children (Simon, Lafayette, and Winifred) were baptized and confirmed into the Roman Catholic faith. At his own request, however, following his death nearly fifteen years later, Lane was buried in the Masonic Cemetery at Roseburg without religious ceremony.


He is recognized as one of Oregon's leading historical figures, and two thousand of his letters as well as several portraits and sketches of him are in the archives of the Oregon Historical Society. Lane County, site of the city of Eugene and the University of Oregon, is named for him.


SEE: Asheville Citizen, 30 Dec. 1951, 31 Oct. 1959; Biog. Dir. Am. Cong.(1971); Biographical Directory of the Indiana General Assembly (1980); DAB, vol. 5 (1932); James E. Hendrickson, Joe Lane of Oregon (1967); M. Margaret Jean Kelly, The Career of Joseph Lane: Frontier Politician (1942); Raleigh News and Observer, 6 Nov. 1960, 16 May 1965; John Savage, Our Living Representative Men (1860).
The above Biography was submitted and transcribed by Susan T. Meier, email- SusanM1215@aol.com .


Editors Notes- Joseph LANE and his wife Polly are buried at the Memorial Garden Cemetery in a above the ground tomb. Which was restored in the 1970's by the Lane Association which no longer exists."


Plaque at General Joseph Lane's Tomb
(See a close ups below) 1801-1888
First Territorial Governor Of Oregon.
Deligate To Congress And U.S. Senator.
Mexican & Rogue River Indian Wars Officer.
Pioneer Settler Of Douglas County.
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~bowers/lane/mgcem.htm


Lane, Joseph (1801-1881) Grandnephew of Joel Lane; first cousin by marriage of Walter Terry Colquitt; cousin of David Lowry Swain; father-in-law of Lafayette Mosher; father of La Fayette Lane; grandfather of Harry Lane. Born in a log cabin near Asheville, Buncombe County, N.C., December 14, 1801. Member of Indiana state house of representatives, 1822-23, 1830-33, 1838-39; member of Indiana state senate, 1839-40, 1844-46; general in the U.S. Army during the Mexican War; Governor of Oregon Territory, 1849-50, 1853; Delegate to U.S. Congress from Oregon Territory, 1851-59; candidate for Democratic nomination for President, 1852; U.S. Senator from Oregon, 1859-61; Southern Democratic candidate for Vice President of the United States, 1860; candidate for Oregon state senate, 1880. Catholic. Member, Freemasons. Died in Roseburg, Douglas County, Ore., April 19, 1881. Original interment at Masonic Cemetery, Roseburg, Ore.; reinterment at Memorial Garden Cemetery, Roseburg, Ore.; cenotaph at Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland, Ore. Lane County, Ore. is named for him. See also: congressional biography.


LANE, Joseph, 1801-1881
Senate Years of Service: 1859-1861
Party: Democrat


LANE, Joseph, (father of La Fayette Lane and grandfather of Harry Lane), a Delegate and a Senator from Oregon; born in Buncombe County, N.C., December 14, 1801; moved with his parents to Henderson, Ky., in 1810; attended the common schools; worked in a general store; moved to Vanderburg County, Ind., in 1821 and farmed; elected to the first of several terms in the State house of representatives in 1822; member, State senate 1844-1846; during the Mexican War, led a brigade in several battles; brevetted major general in 1847; appointed by President James Polk to be governor of the Territory of Oregon 1849-1850, when he resigned; unsuccessful candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1852; elected as a Delegate from the Territory to the Thirty-second and to the three succeeding Congresses and served from June 21, 1851, until February 14, 1859, when the Territory became a State; upon the admission of Oregon as a State into the Union in 1859 was elected as a Democrat to the United States Senate and served from February 14, 1859, to March 3, 1861; did not seek reelection in 1860, having become a candidate for Vice President; chairman, Committee on Engrossed Bills (Thirty-sixth Congress), Committee on Revolutionary Claims (Thirty-sixth Congress); unsuccessful candidate for Vice President of the United States on the Democratic ticket in 1860; died in Roseburg, Oreg., April 19, 1881; interment in the Masonic Cemetery.


Bibliography


Dictionary of American Biography; Hendrickson, James. Joe Lane of Oregon. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1967; Kelley, Margaret Jean. ‘The Career of Joseph Lane, Frontier Politician.’ Ph.D. dissertation, Catholic University of America, 1941.
http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/lane.html#RKY0KNI9W


Lane, Joseph (14 Dec. 1801-19 Apr. 1881), soldier, U.S. senator, governor of Oregon, and vice-presidential candidate, was born in a double log cabin on Beaverdam Creek, four miles north of Asheville. During the same year his cousin, David Lowry Swain, destined to become a North Carolina governor and president of the University of North Carolina, was born in the same cabin. Lane was a descendant of members of the noted Lane family, originally of Halifax County, who were pioneer settlers of Raleigh and Wake County. His grandfather was Jesse Lane; Jesse's brothers were Joseph and Joel, the latter of whom provided the land on which Raleigh was established. His father, John Lane, fought at the Battle of Kings Mountain and after the Revolution, in 1795, settled with his brother Charles in Buncombe County and established an ironworks. His mother was Elizabeth Street, daughter of an early sheriff of Buncombe County. Joseph was the second son of John and Elizabeth Lane.


In 1804 the family moved to Henderson County, Ky., where he attended common schools. In 1816 he moved to Warrick County, Ind., and clerked in a store. He married Mary (Polly) Pierre Hart in 1820 and settled on a riverbank farm in Vanderburgh County. Lane was a successful farmer and also bought produce and conducted a flatboat trade with New Orleans. He continued these operations for twenty-four years, becoming a prominent tradesman and community leader. In 1822 he held his first public office when he served in the Indiana legislature; he won reelection several times. During the Mexican War Lane received national attention after leading his brigade with distinction at Huamantla and in other battles. Entering as a private, he merged as a hero with the rank of major general. At the close of the war in 1848, President James K. Polk named him governor of the new and virtually unexplored Territory of Oregon.


After a rigorous winter journey, Lane proclaimed the new government on 3 Mar. 1849. Many of his duties involved pacifying the region's Indian tribes, a task in which he was notably successful. He resigned the governorship on 18 June 1850 and was subsequently named a delegate to the U.S. Congress; he was reelected three times. When Oregon joined the Union on 14 Feb. 1859, he was chosen as its first U.S. senator, serving until 3 Mar. 1861.


In 1860 Lane was named vice-presidential nominee on the Democratic ticket headed by John C. Breckinridge. In this four-way campaign, one faction of the Democrats split in an effort to prevent the election of Stephen A. Douglas. It was thought that Lane--a native Southerner, considered pro secession, and popular in all parts of the country--in combination with Breckinridge could defeat both the Douglas forces and the strong Republican ticket of Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin. But the Republicans won with 180 electoral votes; Breckinridge and Lane came in second with 71.


It was during this unsuccessful bid for the nation's second highest office that Lane returned to North Carolina, his first visit since childhood. He went to see his father's birthplace near Raleigh and the Joel Lane House, the city's oldest. He viewed the deed of conveyance by which Joel Lane in 1792 sold the state one thousand acres on which the capital city was founded. He also was reunited with his cousin, David Lowry Swain, then president of the University of North Carolina, with whom he had corresponded over the years. He learned much about the fortunes of the Lane family during the intervening years.


Oregon had become Republican in the 1860 election. Thus, after his Senate term expired, Lane retired from public life to his farm near Roseburg, Oreg., where he died. Lane and his wife were the parents of ten children who lived to maturity: Ratliffe B., Malissa, Joseph, Simon, John, Lafayette, Roseburg, Mary, Emily, and Winifred. In 1867 Lane, his wife, and three of their children (Simon, Lafayette, and Winifred) were baptized and confirmed into the Roman Catholic faith. At his own request, however, following his death nearly fifteen years later, Lane was buried in the Masonic Cemetery at Roseburg without religious ceremony.


He is recognized as one of Oregon's leading historical figures, and two thousand of his letters as well as several portraits and sketches of him are in the archives of the Oregon Historical Society. Lane County, site of the city of Eugene and the University of Oregon, is named for him.


SEE: Asheville Citizen, 30 Dec. 1951, 31 Oct. 1959; Biog. Dir. Am. Cong.(1971); Biographical Directory of the Indiana General Assembly (1980); DAB, vol. 5 (1932); James E. Hendrickson, Joe Lane of Oregon (1967); M. Margaret Jean Kelly, The Career of Joseph Lane: Frontier Politician (1942); Raleigh News and Observer, 6 Nov. 1960, 16 May 1965; John Savage, Our Living Representative Men (1860).


The above Biography was submitted and transcribed by Susan T. Meier, email- SusanM1215@aol.com .


Editors Notes- Joseph LANE and his wife Polly are buried at the Memorial Garden Cemetery in a above the ground tomb. Which was restored in the 1970's by the Lane Association which no longer exists.
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~bowers/lane/biojoe.htm.








[S2644]


                                             _Joseph LANE Jr._________+
                                            | (1700 - 1776) m 1730    
                       _Jesse LANE _________|
                      | (1733 - 1806) m 1755|
                      |                     |_Patience MCKINNE _______+
                      |                       (1715 - 1759) m 1730    
 _John LANE __________|
| (1769 - 1798)       |
|                     |                      _William AYCOCK _________
|                     |                     | (1705 - 1765) m 1736    
|                     |_Winifred AYCOCK ____|
|                       (1741 - 1794) m 1755|
|                                           |_Rebecca Poythress PACE _+
|                                             (1706 - 1760) m 1736    
|
|--Joseph LANE Gov. Terr. of Oregon
|  (1801 - 1881)
|                                            _________________________
|                                           |                         
|                      _James STREET _______|
|                     | (1745 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_________________________
|                     |                                               
|_Elizabeth STREET ___|
  (1772 - ....)       |
                      |                      _________________________
                      |                     |                         
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_________________________
                                                                      

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Rita Claire LINDSAY


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Marie LUTER

11 Jan 1904 - ____

ID Number: I17933

  • RESIDENCE: Tylertown, & 1953 Madison, MS
  • BIRTH: 11 Jan 1904
  • RESOURCES: See: [S478] [S2138]
Father: Hosea Davis LUTER
Mother: Rosa Belle GINN


Family 1 : Robert Chester UPTON

Notes


Bible records copied and submitted in 1953. [S2138]

                                                    _______________________
                                                   |                       
                       _James Monroe LUTER ________|
                      | (1860 - ....)              |
                      |                            |_______________________
                      |                                                    
 _Hosea Davis LUTER __|
| (1877 - 1918) m 1900|
|                     |                             _______________________
|                     |                            |                       
|                     |_Elnora DAVIS ______________|
|                       (1860 - ....)              |
|                                                  |_______________________
|                                                                          
|
|--Marie LUTER 
|  (1904 - ....)
|                                                   _Newland Jack GINN ____+
|                                                  | (1827 - 1862) m 1854  
|                      _Lemuel Hugh GINN __________|
|                     | (1857 - 1918) m 1878       |
|                     |                            |_Louisa BULLOCK _______+
|                     |                              (1832 - 1925) m 1854  
|_Rosa Belle GINN ____|
  (1881 - 1956) m 1900|
                      |                             _Morgan Jackson CONEY _+
                      |                            | (1828 - 1870) m 1852  
                      |_Mary Eliza "Mollie" CONEY _|
                        (1859 - 1936) m 1878       |
                                                   |_Harriett A. ELLZEY ___+
                                                     (1831 - 1920) m 1852  

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Celeste Noel REPPOND


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Eveline Simpson SEAMANDS

23 Sep 1832 - 27 Sep 1903

ID Number: I25170

  • RESIDENCE: Fleming Co. KY & East Sound, Orcas Island, WA
  • BIRTH: 23 Sep 1832, KY
  • DEATH: 27 Sep 1903, WA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S553]

Family 1 : Joseph Patton HARRISON
  1. +Mary Louise HARRISON
  2. +Isaac Marion HARRISON
  3.  Elbert White HARRISON
  4.  William Wesley HARRISON

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Edward TINSLEY

1842 - ____

ID Number: I50374

  • RESIDENCE: Ohio Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 1842, Ohio Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1308] [S2468]
Father: Joshua TINSLEY
Mother: Martha "Patsy" SLEDD


Notes


Dedwood was the first name sent to me by another researcher.

                                                  _Joshua TINSLEY _____+
                                                 | (1750 - 1822)       
                         _Banister TINSLEY ______|
                        | (1775 - 1828) m 1801   |
                        |                        |_Sarah MCDANIEL _____+
                        |                          (1750 - 1818)       
 _Joshua TINSLEY _______|
| (1810 - 1842) m 1835  |
|                       |                         _____________________
|                       |                        |                     
|                       |_Mildred "Milly" SHORE _|
|                         (1777 - 1866) m 1801   |
|                                                |_____________________
|                                                                      
|
|--Edward TINSLEY 
|  (1842 - ....)
|                                                 _John SLEDD _________+
|                                                | (1735 - 1811)       
|                        _John SLEDD ____________|
|                       | (1765 - 1847)          |
|                       |                        |_Anne________________
|                       |                          (1740 - 1812)       
|_Martha "Patsy" SLEDD _|
  (1813 - ....) m 1835  |
                        |                         _____________________
                        |                        |                     
                        |_Elizabeth DAVIS _______|
                          (1780 - ....)          |
                                                 |_____________________
                                                                       

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Mathilda Jane VAUGHN

28 Nov 1825 - 19 Jan 1899

ID Number: I94437

  • RESIDENCE: Natchitoches and New Orleans, LA
  • BIRTH: 28 Nov 1825, Natchitoches, Louisiana
  • DEATH: 19 Jan 1899, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S3477]
Father: Robert VAUGHN
Mother: Mary Garner HILLHOUSE


Family 1 : Theodore Sydney MOISE

Notes



                             __
                            |  
                          __|
                         |  |
                         |  |__
                         |     
 _Robert VAUGHN _________|
| (1790 - ....)          |
|                        |   __
|                        |  |  
|                        |__|
|                           |
|                           |__
|                              
|
|--Mathilda Jane VAUGHN 
|  (1825 - 1899)
|                            __
|                           |  
|                         __|
|                        |  |
|                        |  |__
|                        |     
|_Mary Garner HILLHOUSE _|
  (1800 - ....)          |
                         |   __
                         |  |  
                         |__|
                            |
                            |__
                               

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