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Also had death date as abt 1716.....think definite date may be more accurate

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5/99 Infor from Genforum, Jay 74547.340@compuserve.com

8/99 Info on childrens names comes from:

http://www.genweb.net/~bowers/lane/queries.htm

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5/99 Info from Genforum, Jay 74547.340@compuserve.com

8/99 Middle name "Elizabeth" comes from
http://www.genweb.net/~bowers/lane/queries.htm

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5/99 Info from Genforum, Jay 74547.340@compuserve.com - said to be the grandson of William McCubbin, 4th child of John McCubbin, Sr. and his wife Ann Howard. It is probably that Zachariah was the son of Zachariah and Sarah Norwood who were married in Baltimore County, MD November 7, 1745.

John McCubbin, Sr., b 1666 was s/o John and Susan [Howard] McCubbin of Scotland and Anne Arundel Co., MD. William McCubbin m. Nellie Griffith and had a son named William McCubbin, Jr., who m. Eleanor [Unknown] and moved to Pittsylvania Co., VA before the Rev. War. They settled near Rutledge Creek on the Dan River. Two of their sons, Zachariah and James, visited them there while serving in the VA Militia during the war.

After the war, Zachariah and Sarah [Lane] McCubbin moved to Claiborne Co., TN, where he died 1 July 1834. She died there 26 Oct 1854. Their children were:

1] Dorcas, b 6 June 1773, d 25 Oct 1845 married John Carr
2] John
3] Sallie; m. John Hodges
4] Elizabeth "Betsy"; m. Reuben Rose
5] Ellen; m. Nath. McNabb
6] Leah; m. Tom Armstrong
7] Lela; m. Peter Neil
8] Mary "Polly"; m. Henry Baker
9] William

I have a little more info on 1] Dorcas and 4]Betsy, but nothing else on the other children.

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Reverend William Worcester, came from England and was settled pastor of the church first gathered in Salisbury, Massachusetts sometime between the years 1638 and 1640. Until this is disproved we assume that he was the son of Willyam Woster of Chedington, Buckingharmshire, England and was born about 1602. By his father's will, he with his brothers Thomas and Edward, were cut off with only 10 #'s, while younger brothers received the family estate.

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Reverend William Worcester, came from England and was settled pastor of the church first gathered in Salisbury, Massachusetts sometime between the years 1638 and 1640. Until this is disproved we assume that he was the son of Willyam Woster of Chedington, Buckingharmshire, England and
was born about 1602. By his father's will, he with his brothers Thomas and Edward, were cut off with only 10 #'s, while younger brothers received the family estate.

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From Worcester book, from William Worcester's will "To Mary, my eldest daughter 100...

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From Worcester book, from Willyam Worcester's will "To Rebecca my younger daughter 100...

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Spelling of last name in Willyam Worcester's will is KINGE

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I have Senea Lane, daughter of Tidence Lane and Ester Van Bibbin, in my file, presumably from Leih Heiden who is a direct descendant of Tidence Lane....Will leave her in my file

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8/99 Phillip Snow is descendant of Samuel Lane - he has put together web
page
http://www.genweb.net/~bowers/lane/

Great page - wonderful info including documentation as to where it came
from.

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8/99 Editor's NOTES: From my research I have found that Maj. Samuel LANE'S father, Richard LANE had two other children, a Jo (Joseph) and a Oziel LANE Richard LANE first came to VA. We find the following: "1635, Apr. 16 - These p'ties hereafter expresses are to be transported to the Island of Providence imbarqued in the Expectation , having taken the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacie; As likewise being comformable to the Church of England whereof they brought testimonie from the Ministers and justices of peace, of their abodes: Richard Lane, 38; Alice Lane, 30; Samuel Lane, 7; Jo: Lane, 4; Oziell Lane, 3. " This is in "Musters of the Inhabitants in VA. pg. 67 In another refrence it states it was the year 1641, I am not sure which is the correct year, 1635 or 1641. Richard LANE died at Sea in the Bahama's.

Check out this web site I have on Richard LANE, father of Maj. Samuel LANE. Richard LANE

Many have thought that Joseph Lane of JAMESTOWN was the son of this Richard, however after doing much research, I have found, the Joseph LANE that was born in 1665 and md. to Julian, who is to have been the grandson of Richard LANE is actually the son of Thomas LANE who md. Elizabeth JONES in 1661(Jamestown, VA), thus cannot be descended from Richard LANE. For Richard did not have a son by the name of Thomas. See the following: Thomas LANE of Jamestown Email me if you have any questions on the Jamestown Lanes at Heather W. Bowers her GREAT web site on the descendants of Samuel Lane, son of Richard LANE

Dave McCutchan at: dagmac@bellatlantic.net descends as follows:

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Drowned in a storm at Eleuthera, Bahamas.