Person:Isaac Lane (13)

m. 5 Nov 1669
  1. Hannah Lane1671 - 1734
  2. Elizabeth Lane1672/73 - 1708
  3. Eleanor Lane1674 -
  4. Isaac Lane1675 - 1675
  5. John Lane1675 - 1675
  6. John Lane1676/77 - 1677
  7. Sarah Lane1676/77 - 1677
  8. Sarah Lane1678 - 1737
  9. Samuel Lane1679 - 1679
  10. John Lane1680/81 - Bef 1716
  11. Nathaniel Lane1682 - 1682
  12. Isaac Lane1683 - 1744/45
  13. Benoni Lane1684/85 - 1688
  14. Mary Lane1687 - 1687
  15. Mary Lane1688 - 1688
  16. Abigail Lane1690 - 1690
  17. Nathaniel Lane1694 - 1702
m. 17 Dec 1708
m. 22 Nov 1733
m. 23 Oct 1736
Facts and Events
Name[1] Isaac Lane
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 5 Nov 1683 Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 17 Dec 1708 Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United Statesto Mindwell Merry
Marriage 22 Nov 1733 Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United Statesto Isabel Whitmore
Marriage 23 Oct 1736 Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United Statesto Elizabeth Cornwall
Will[4] 15 Dec 1744 Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Death[1][2][3][5][6] 21 Feb 1744/45 Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Burial[5][6] Washington Street Cemetery, Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Estate Inventory[4] 28 Feb 1744/45 £1880-09-02. Taken by Nathaniel Gilbert, Jonathan Allin and William Rockwell.
Probate[4] 5 Mar 1744/45 Will proved.
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 4. Isaac Lane3, in Fitts, James Hill, and Jacob Chapman. Lane Genealogies. (Exeter, NH: News-Letter Press, 1891)

    4. Isaac Lane3 (Isaac2, John1), 1683-1745, was b. in Middletown, Ct., 5 Nov., 1683, a resident and land proprietor of Middletown; was constable of Middletown May, 1706, and earlier; administered on his father's estate 1711-1716, and that of his brother John 1716-1725; m. first, 7 Dec, 1708, Mindwell Merry of Hartford, Ct, who d. 3 Nov., 1732; m. second [third], 23 Oct., 1736, Elizabeth, widow of Jacob Dowd. …

    'Isaac Lane of Middletown for the Love and Paternal affection which I bear unto my son Nathaniel Lane and as a part of his portion of my Estate to be valued after my Decease as Rough Land, give him land in the Newfield Quarter bounded easterly on my own land.' Signed and acknowledged July 16, 1739.

    Isaac Lane, 'In Consideration of the Paternal Love and affection I have for my son Cornelius Lane, as part of his portion of my estate, give him lands on West side of Connecticut River and East side of the highway against my Dwelling house, nine acres and an half; at Boggy meadow, at Lane's Point 4 acres more or less, and piece at Hornet bay.' Signed and acknowledged June 6, 1744.

    Isaac Lane d. Feb., 1745. His will and the inventory of his estate taken Feb. 28, 1744-5, by Samuel Peck and Joseph Hopkins, amounting to £417-9-9, were exhibited in court Mar. 5, 1744-5, by Cornelius Lane, one of the sons of said deceased and one of the executors of said will, who accepted the trust thereof.

    At the same court, Zacheus Lane a minor, aged 20 years, and Ashbill Lane aged 16 years, sons of Isaac Lane, made choice of Jonathan Allyn of Middletown to be their guardian."

  2. 2.0 2.1 Middletown Vital Records [NEHGS], in Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records
    277, 78.

    'Isaac [Lane],s.Isaac & Hannah,b.Nov.5,1683'
    'Isaac [Lane], d. Feb. [__], 1745 [LR2:4]'

  3. 3.0 3.1 Rumsey, Jean. Two John-and-Rebecca Doudes in Connecticut. American Genealogist (D.L. Jacobus). (1970).
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Lane, Isaac, Middletown, in Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records. (Hartford, Conn.: R. S. Peck & Co., 1904-06)

    "Probate Records. Vol. XIV, 1742 to 1745. Page 169-70-71.

    Lane, Isaac, Middletown. Invt. £1880-09-02. Taken 28 February, 1745, by Nathaniel Gilbert, Jonathan Allin and William Rockwell. Will dated 15 December, 1744.

    I, Isaac Lane of Middletown, in the County of Hartford, do make this my last will and testament: Imprimis: I give to my wife Elizabeth Lane 1-3 part of all my personal estate (except my apparrel) after my just debts and funeral charges are paid out of it, to be at her dispose; and the improvement of 1-3 part of my buildings and half an acre of land adjoining, to lye in convenient form, so long as she continues my widow and see cause to dwell in my house; but if she shall marry after my decease or shall leave my house, my will is that she then quit her right to any of my real estate. I give to my four sons, Nathaniel, Cornelius, Zacheus and Ashbell, all my lands, part whereof I have already given by deed of gift to two of my sons, namely, Nathaniel and Cornelius, which shall be accounted to them as so much of their part of my estate. I give to my youngest son Ashbell all my buildings and all my apparrel more than to my other children. I give to my three daughters, Mary, Mindwell and Hannah, the other 2-3 of all my personal estate (except my apparrel). And further, my will is that my two daughters, Mindwell and Hannah, shall have liberty to dwell in my house so long as they shall remain single. And I appoint my two eldest sons, Nathaniel Lane and Cornelius Lane, executors.

    ISAAC Lane LS.

    Witness: Jonathan Doolittle, William Rockwell, Jonathan Doolittle, Jr.

    Court Record, Page 55—5 March, 1744-5: Will proven.

    Zacheus Lane, a minor, 20 years of age, and Ashbell Lane, age 16 years, chose Jonathan Allyn of Middletown to be their guardian. Recog., £600."

  5. 5.0 5.1 Isaac Lane, in Find A Grave.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Connecticut Headstone Inscriptions 711-12 Washington Street Cemetery, Middletown, in Hale, Charles R. Hale Collection of Connecticut Cemetery Inscriptions. (Connecticut, United States: Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, 1934)

    "Lane, Isaac, died Feb. 21, 1745, age 61 yrs."