Person:George Kane (4)

Watchers
George V. Kane
b.8 Oct 1850 , , MI
d.2 Jul 1918 Houston, Harris, TX
m. 6 Aug 1836
  1. Eva Kane
  2. Ann E. KaneAbt 1838 -
  3. Catharine KaneAbt 1843 -
  4. Wilson F. Kane1843 -
  5. Mary KaneAbt 1845 -
  6. Joshua KaneAbt 1846 -
  7. George V. Kane1850 - 1918
  8. John V. Kane1852 -
  9. Emiline Kane1854 -
m. 3 Feb 1886
  1. Maude Kane1886 -
  2. Sara Kane1890 -
  3. Helen Kane1892 -
  4. Mary Kane1894 -
  5. George V. Kane1897 -
Facts and Events
Name George V. Kane
Gender Male
Birth? 8 Oct 1850 , , MI
Marriage 3 Feb 1886 Aurora, Wise, TXto Gabrella Carney
Death? 2 Jul 1918 Houston, Harris, TX
Burial? Honey Grove, Fannin, TX

ANCESTRY WORLD TREE: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=dbrewer1838&id=I4611 Davis Brewer's Family Tree Contact: dbrewer@magicsweep.com Pedigree chart for Sarah Voorhis.

    /John VOORHIS

Sarah VOORHIS b: 1815

    \Sarah LAMBERTSON

http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dbrewer1838&id=I4611#s1

  1. ID: I4611 View Post-em!
  2. Name: Sarah VOORHIS 1
  3. Sex: F
  4. Birth: 1815 in NJ 2 1
  5. Reference Number: 4611

Father: John VOORHIS Mother: Sarah LAMBERTSON Marriage 1 David KANE b: ABT 1810 in NJ Children

  1. W F KANE b: ABT 1840 in MI
  2. Mary KANE b: 18 NOV 1846 in Pontiac, MI
  3. J V KANE b: ABT 1852 in MI
  4. George V KANE b: 8 OCT 1850 in Pontiac, MI
  5. Eva KANE b: 1854 in Pontiac, MI

Sources:

  1. Title: Nunn, Ann, by Post-em to World Connect 7 Apr 07
     Note: She is Sarah Voorhis born 1815 NJ, dtr of John Voorhis and Sarah Lambertson
  2. Title: 1880 Census, Fannin county, TX
     Repository:
     Media: Census
     Page: P12, H102 

Copied data 22 May 2008, Howard Johnston

BURIAL: Birth & death dates determined from tombstone inscription. Buried at Oakwood cemetery, Honey Grove, Tx. Picture of tombstone in my possession. TOMBSTONE: GEORGE V. KANE 8 OCT. 1850 - 2 JUL 1918.

LAND: 3 Oct 1885. DAVID KANE, ANN E. LAMERSON, F. B. LAMERSON, JOHN V. KANE, EVA KANE, & G. V. KANE of said Fannin Co. & W. F. KANE & MARY KANE of Tuscola Co., MI....in consideration of promissory notes from L. J. Massengale of Fannin Co. payable to DAVID KANE: 1st note, $334., due Dec 25, 1886; 2nd note $333., due Dec 25, 1887; 3rd note, $333. due Dec 25, 1888 all bearing interest 10% p/a fromthis date. 100 acres 18 miles from Bonham. DAVID KANE, G. V. KANE, ANN E. LAMERSON, EVA KANE, JOHN V. KANE, all appeared before me 3 Oct 1885, Fannin Co., Tx, W. E. Lemons, JP & Notary Public. F. B. LAMERSON appeared before me Nov 26 1885, Lamar Co., Tx, E. W. Fagan, notary public. MARY KANE & W. F. KANE appeared before me 9 Oct 1885 Tuscola Co., MI, S. E. Armstrong, Notary Public, Tuscola Co., MI. SOURCE: FANNIN CO, TX, DEEDS, BOOK 33, pages 32, 33, 34.

LAND: 3 Oct 1885. DAVID KANE, ANN E. LAMERSON, F. B. LAMERSON, JOHN V. KANE, EVA KANE, & G. V. KANE of said Fannin Co. & W. F. KANE & MARY KANE of Tuscola Co., MI....in consideration of promissory notes from L. J. Massengale of Fannin Co. payable to DAVID KANE: 1st note, $334., due Dec 25, 1886; 2nd note $333., due Dec 25, 1887; 3rd note, $333. due Dec 25, 1888 all bearing interest 10% p/a fromthis date. 100 acres 18 miles from Bonham. DAVID KANE, G. V. KANE, ANN E. LAMERSON, EVA KANE, JOHN V. KANE, all appeared before me 3 Oct 1885, Fannin Co., Tx, W. E. Lemons, JP & Notary Public. F. B. LAMERSON appeared before me Nov 26 1885, Lamar Co., Tx, E. W. Fagan, notary public. MARY KANE & W. F. KANE appeared before me 9 Oct 1885 Tuscola Co., MI, S. E. Armstrong, Notary Public, Tuscola Co., MI. SOURCE: FANNIN CO, TX, DEEDS, BOOK 29, Pages 494, 495, 496.

MARRIAGE: 30 Jan 1886: Wise Co., Tx Messenger Abstracts, from Tyler's News of Aurora. "Invitations are out for the marriage of G. V. Kane of Denton & Miss Gabe Carney of Aurora. The ceremony will take place at the Union Church in Aurora on next Wednesday." Footprints, vol 28, p154. G. V. KANE mar. GABRILLA CORNEY Feb. 3, 1886. [from Wise Co., TX Marriage Records, Vol 1. Footprints, vol. 19. 13 Feb 1886: "The following are Wise County marriage licenses returned since our last report:...... G. V. Kane to Miss Gabrella Carney." SOURCE: Wise Co., Tx Messenger abstracts, from Tyler's News of Aurora. Footprints, vol 28, p154.

LAND: 4 Apr 1887: DEED: DAVID KANE, J. V. KANE, G. V. KANE, EVA KANE, of Denton Co., Tx, and Fred Lamerson & wife, W. E. Lamerson of Denton Co., Tx, & W. F. Kane & Mary Kane of Tuscola Co., MI...for $1450., paid by J. R. Gauldin, 204 acres about 6 mi. north of Honey Grove, Tx...Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of L. A. DeWitt & Homer Weydemeyer. Before me personally appeared: David Kane, J. V. Kane, G. V. Kane, Eva Kane, and A. E. Lamerson, wife of Fred Lamerson, 4 Apr 1887, J. A. Withers, JP, Denton Co., TX. Before me personally appeared: W. F. Kane & Mary Kane, 12 Apr 1877, L. A. DeWitt, notary public, Tuscola Co., MI. Before me appeared Fred Lamerson, Apr 22, 1887, Blossom Prairie, TX, J. W. Mosely, notary public. SOURCE: FANNIN CO., TX, DEEDS, BOOK 26, pages 508, 9, 10.

LAND: 6 Sep 1888. HEIRS OF DAVID KANE, AFFIDAVIT OF J. J. SAYLOR. J. J. Saylor of Fannin Co., TX appeared & says he has been personally acquainted with DAVID KANE & his family who formerly resided in Fannin Co and that the only children and heirs of DAVID KANE are:

    Mrs. ANN LAMBERSON, wife of F. B. Lamberson, reside at Blossom Prairie, 
    Lamar Co., TX. 
    JOHN KANE, GEORGE KANE, & EVA KANE, all of whom reside at Denton, Denton 
    Co., TX. 
    DAVID KANE, the father,also lives at the last mentioned place. 
    WILLIAM (should be Wilson) F. KANE  & MARY KANE who resided at Cass City, 
    MI until a short time ago.  Don't know where they now reside. 

G. W. Wells, Notary Public, Fannin Co., TX. SOURCE: FANNIN CO., TX DEED BOOKS, , BOOK 31, PAGE 404, 405.

LAND: 24 Dec 1888. AFFIDAVIT, KINSHIP OF SARAH KANE, DEED. Appeared J. J. Saylor, citizen of Fannin Co., Tx for many years acquainted with DAVID KANE & family, formerly of Fannin Co. Mr. Saylor knew SARAH KANE & she died in Fannin Co. about the year 1882 and she left surviving as her only heirs her husband, DAVID KANE, and the following children:

    ANN E. LOMERSON & her husband, F. B. Lomerson. 
    GEORGE KANE, JOHN KANE, EVA KANE, MARY KANE, WILSON F. KANE and no other heirs living at the time of her death.  W. U. Gross, Notary Public.  SOURCE: FANNIN CO., TX DEEDS; BOOK 33, page 260, 261. 

CENSUS: 1880 FEDERAL US CENSUS: Household:

Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace 
David KANE   Self   M   Male   W   70   NJ   Farmer   NJ   NJ  
S. B. KANE   Wife   M   Female   W   65   NJ   Keep House   NJ   NJ  
W. F. KANE   Son   S   Male   W   40   MI   Farm Hand   NJ   NJ  
M. KANE   Dau   S   Female   W   30   MI   At Home   NJ   NJ  
J. V. KANE   Son   S   Male   W   28   MI   Farm Hand   NJ   NJ  
George KANE   Son   S   Male   W   25   MI   Farm Hand   NJ   NJ  
Emaline KANE   Dau   S   Female   W   21   MI   At Home   NJ   NJ  

Source Information:

 Census Place Precinct 5, Fannin, Texas 
 Family History Library Film   1255303 
 NA Film Number   T9-1303 
 Page Number   559D 

1900 FEDERAL CENSUS, TAYLOR CO., TX; Enumeration Dist 150, vol 101, sheet 8, line 30: Hickory Street, Dwelling #137, House #143. Film SLC 1241672. George Kane, head of household, white, male, b. Oct 1852, age 47, married 14 yrs, born TX (apparently mistake of census taker as he was b. MI), both parents b. MI. Implement dealer. Reads, writes, & speaks English. Rents farm. 1910 SOUNDEX, K500, FILM SLC 1373218, TX FEDERAL CENSUS; Houston, Harris Co., Enumeration dist 79, sheet 70, vol 66. George V. Kane, age 47, b. MI.

BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH: BURIAL: OBITUARY:

                            KANE 
    George V. Kane, Sr., aged 68, died Tuesday morning at 5:30 o'clock at his home, 4019 La Branch St., as the result of an apoplectic seizure Sunday night. The body will be forwarded tonight by Wall & Stabe to Honey Grove, his former home.  Mr. Kane was born Oct. 3, 1850, in Pontiac, MI, and for many years was in the hardware business at Abilene.  He moved to Houston 10 years ago, engaging in the oil business.  He is survived by his wife, one son, George V. Kane, Jr., and 4 daughters, Mrs. L. B. Jeffries of Des Moines, IA; Mrs. R. B. Bowen , Misses Maud and Mary Kane of Houston. 

Source: Houston Chronicle, July 2, 1918, page 13.