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Lane Family Cemetery 3
Jenkins County, Georgia

Lat: 32°47'10"N, Lon: 82°00'53"W, approx

Contributed by Larry L. Ketchum, Jan 23, 2003 [xgkids@maqs.net] Total records = 11.

From W. Old Savannah Rd, .9 northeast on Lane Landing Rd., right .45 mile on private dirt road, left .3 mile on private dirt road; left into woods 100 yards.

This cemetery was not maintained for many years and there are probably other unmarked graves within the area. A family descendant had recently cleaned it up and it was (at the time of the transcription) in very good condition.

Death date of Martha Wood Lane is according to her g-g-g-grandson. Given names of J.C.C. Lane, identity of Martha Ann Forehand Lane, and identity and dates of Drucilla Forehand, are according to Martha Ann's g-grandson (the same person who is the descendant of Martha Wood Lane).

I transcribed Jan 19, 1998 from all known tombstones.
- Larry L. Ketchum

Forehand, Drucilla, b. ca.1872. d. ca.1952, d/o Martha Ann Forehand Lane and A.D. "Perk" Kent, unmarked concrete slab
Lane, Abraham Shephard, b. 1757, d. 1848, and wife, s/w Martha W. Lane,
Lane, Ben Rush, d. 2 Aug 1854, about 3yr
Lane, J. C. C., b. 6 Mar 1820, d. 22 May 1854, given names: John Caldwell Calhoun,
Lane, John C., b. 1843, d. 1899
Lane, John McKinley, b. 4 Mar 1886, d. 5 Jan 1889, Son of Mr & Mrs. J.C. Lane,
Lane, Martha Ann Forehand, no dates, unmarked concrete slab
Lane, Martha Wood Lane, b. 1762, d. btwn 1827 and 1848, s/w A.S. Lane
Lane, Minnie Alice, b. 14 Jan 1844, d. 17 Aug 1901, Dau. of Mr. & Mrs. J.C. Lane,
Lane, Nora, b. 25 Mar 1895, d. 28 Aug 1904, Dau. of Mr. & Mrs. O.C. Lane,
Lane, Oscar C., b. 22 Feb 1871, d. 23 Aug 1917
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