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Lane Genealogy & History

Lane is an English, French, and Irish surname. In Old English, lanu meant passageway and came to mean any narrow separation. For French, there is the Old French laine, meaning wool and used for people who made their living with it. Lastly, Irish has the Gaelic surnames O'Laighin, meaning son of the spear, and O'Luain, for son of the warrior, both of which were anglicized to Lane. Lane family history enters the books with Ralph de la Lane, noted on the Pipe Rolls of Kent in 1176. A few notable members of Lane genealogy are Confederate General James Lane, General and Oregon Senator Joseph Lane, and actor Nathan Lane.

Lane Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Bolen Lane-- --, 1921February 14,2003AL
B Dale Lane-- --, 1918August 14,2000IN
C Bronson Lane-- --, 1939August 24,1993NY
D Jack Lane-- --, 1922September 7,1992WV

Lane Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Eileen Lane-- --, 1922January ,1985Salt Lake City,UT
F Charlene Lane-- --, 1914January ,1982Chillicothe,OH
G Barker Lane-- --, 1926December 30,2004Raymore,MO
H Carroll Lane-- --, 1926December 18,2001Bacliff,TX

Lane Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Albert LaneGrace StephensonJanuary 22,1954Wake, NC
Bobby LaneEdith CannonNovember 13,1959Wake, NC
Curtis LaneEsther RobertsonSeptember 14,1938Wake, NC
Daniel LaneEstella SmithJanuary 24,1931Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Lane

171st: Burke172nd: Andrews
173rd: Cunningham174th: Jensen
175th: Armstrong176th: Duncan
177th: Ray178th: Berry
179th: Cohen180th: Richards

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