Note H00232 Index
Buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Urbana, Illinois.
Per Sharon Inskip notes...certified record of birth - information may be incorrect and might be either Paxton, IL or Hoopeston, IL.
Mabel was a wall paper hanger.
Note H00233 Index
Buried at Mt. Hope Cemetery in Urbana, Illinois and living at 1304 W. Beslin Street, Urbana, Illinois at the time of his death.
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Most common date (in Baptist Encyclopedia and others) state Rev Dutton's birth as Nov 11, 1732....Frank Hussung's file says 7-15-1730
REF: WILL OF FATHER DUTTON LANE HENRY COUNTY VA. BOOK II PAGE 43 PROBATE DATE
30 NOV. 1801.
REF: DEED BOOK 6 PAGE 602 HENRY COUNTY VA.
30 JAN. 1805 PR: 29 APR. 1805
DUTTON LANE OF HENRY COUNTY TO WINNEY ROCK FOR THE SUM OF FORTY FIVE POUNDS SELLS AND CONVEYS A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING 65 ACRES JOINS MORGAN'S ROAD, STEWART'S CREEK, LANCY COX... SEE DEED OF JACOB CAYTON TO DUTTON LANE FOR MORE DETAILS.
WIT: ARCHIBALD MURPHY
REF: DEED BOOK 6 PAGES 567-568 HENRY COUNTY VA.
23 FEB 1805 PR: 25 FEB 1805
ELIZABETH LANE, DUTTON LANE, THOMAS NICHOLS, MOLLY LANE TO WILLIAM NORMAN FOR THE SUM OF THREE HUNDRED SIXTY POUNDS SELLS 200 ACRES ON SMITH RIVER ONE THE LINES IS "INGIN RIGE RIDGE" BEING THE DIVIDING LINE BETWEEN WILLIAM, THOMAS AND JAMES EDWARDS. THE LANE'S ARE LEGATEES OF DUTTON LANE, DECEASED.
WIT: JAMES OAKES ELIZABETH (X) LANE
JAMES HOPPER DUTTON LANE
WILLIAM PULLAM THOMAS NICHOLS
MOLLY (X) LANE
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Sharon Inskips note - adopted?
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8/99 Christened about 1724 in St. Paul's Parish, Baltimore, MD (age 0)
Emigration bet 1743 and 1772 in Yadkin River, NC (age 19)
Ordained bef 1772 in NC (age 48)
Misc. Executor for will of Stubal Sterns (Feb 1772) (age 47)
Emigration 1778 in Boone's Creek, Washington Co., TN (age 54)
Religion Baptist (1779) (age 55)
Military 1780 in North Carolina (age 56)
Will 2 Jul 1795 in Jefferson Co., TN (age 70)
Death 30 Jan 1806 in Whitesburg, Hamblen Co., TN (age 81)
Chr: He was christened "Tidings" according to the registry.
Misc1: Stubal Sterns was the preacher, who so impressed Tidence in his
Religion: He established this church as "the first pastor of the first
permanent church organization of any denomination in the Tennessee
Military: He was a chaplain in the Revolutionary War at the Battle of
Death: Now Hamblen Co. TN, near Whitesburg.
1. The will of Stubal Sterns, dated 10-24-1771.
2. Larry A. James. The Lane Family, Maj. Samuel Lane and his Descendants.
Larry A. James, Neosho, MO, 1997. Pages 31 - 40.
Some Tidence Lane websites:
http://220.127.116.11:80/cgi-bin/linkrd?_lang=EN&lah=203a76c618742568da3e4 bfefb615fdd&lat=1011636512&hm___action=http%3a%2f%2fmembers%2eaol%2ecom%2f LSyselt%2findex3%2ehtml
http://18.104.22.168:80/cgi-bin/linkrd?_lang=EN&lah=af3faf142ac9e0e0cab4b 70f0e1240bc&lat=1011636450&hm___action=http%3a%2f%2fladytuffie%2etripod%2e com%2fLaneFamilyTree%2fid4%2ehtml
http://22.214.171.124:80/cgi-bin/linkrd?_lang=EN&lah=25a51ba84569e0f48b767 e9fc665e4a2&lat=1011636214&hm___action=http%3a%2f%2fwww%2eblessedhopeminis tries%2enet%2fbhisv212%2ehtm
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12/98 Reverend title comes from WFT #2 (family 3507)
Note H00238 Index
The following three sets of notes were taken from WFT #3929, 946 and are separate notes...
Nicholas Noyes was a representative to the Great and General Court of the king after 1660. Deacon
He, His brother James and cousin Thomas Parker and others embarked for Salem on the Mary and John, Robert Sayres, Master. The ship was detained in the Thames
Nicholas was born in England, 1615-6. He came to this country in 1633. He walked forty miles to Cambridge to qualify as a voter when he was made a freeman, May 17, 1637. About 1640 married Mary Cutting, daughter of Captain John Cutting (a shipmaster, formerly of London), and Mary, his
wife. John Cutting in his will mentions Mary, wife of Nicholas Noyes. Nicholas Noyes was a deputy to the General Court at Boston, from Newbury, Dec. 19, 1660, May 28, 1679, May 19, 1680, and Jan. 4, 1680-1. He was chosen deacon of the First Parish, March 20, 1633-4, and died Nov. 23, 1701, at Newbury. His will was made July 4, 1700, and proved Dec. 29, 1701; in it he mentions sons John, late of Newbury, deceased; Nicholas, of Salem; Cutting; Timothy; Thomas, deceased and daughters Mary, wife of John French of Salisbury; Hannah, wife of John Atkinson, Sr., of Newbury; Sarah, wife of Matthew Pettingell of Newbury; Rachel, wife of James Jackman of Newbury; and Abigail, unmarried; also Mary, the widow of his son John. His son James was made executor. The personal estate was 1531pounds, and the real estate was 1160pounds (307, 233, and 307; 236, at Salem). In deed 15:41, at Salem, he conveys property to his grandson Nicholas, son of his son John, April 19, 1698; and deed 27:8, at Salem, April 1, 1673, is an agreement between Nicholas Noyes, his wife Mary, and their son Cutting. The homestead of Nicholas Noyes is owned and occupied by the heirs of Nathaniel Little (1903).
"In 1652 many were brought before the court for not observing the Sumptuary laws of 1651. The records say, "Nicholas Noyes' wife, Hugh March's wife, and William Chandler's wife were each presented for wearing a silk hood and scarf; but were discharged on proof that their husbands were worth two hundred pounds each. John Hutchins' wife was also discharged upon testifying that she was brought up above the ordinary rank."
Nicholas b. 1615-6 d. Nov. 3, 1701
Mary Cutting m. 1640
Lived at Newbury, Massachusetts; fourteen children born in Newbury, Mass.
A. Mary b. Oct. 15, 1641
John French m.
B. Hannah b. Oct. 13, 1643
Peter Cheney m. 1663
John Atkinson m. 1700
C. John b. Jan. 20, 1646
Mary Poore m. Nov 13, 1668 d. after 1716
D. Rev. Nicholas b. Dec. 22, 1647 d. Dec. 13, 1717
E. Cutting b. Sep. 23, 1649
Elizabeth Knight m. 1675
F. Sarah b. Aug. 22, 1653
Matthew Pettingill m. 1674
G. Timothy b. June 23, 1655
Mary Knight m. 1680
H. James b. May 16, 1657
Hannah Knight m. 1684
I. Abigail b. April 11, 1659
Simeon French m. 1707
J. Rachel b. March 20, 1661
James Jackman m. 1682
K. Thomas b. June 20, 1663
Sarah Knight m. 1685
Three children died young.
In March 1633, Nicholas, his brother James and sister-in-law Sarah, and cousin Thomas Parker, with others took the oath of supremacy and allegiance, to pass for new England, in the "Mary and John" of London, Robert Sayres, master. In May, 1634-5, they were among the first settlers of Newbury, MA. (source: the Noyes Descendants, vol. 1)