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Birthplace: Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Death: Died in Baltimore, Maryland
Managed by: Stan Wolfe
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Immediate Family

About Dutton Lane

Dutton Lane, son of Major Samuel and Margaret Maulden Lane, was born in the 1670's in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland. Dutton was about ten years old when his father died. To Dutton, Major Samuel left 300 acres of "Browseley Hall." Dutton became a Quaker possibly through the influence of his step-father, Job Evans whom his mother married after Major Samuel's death.

Dutton Lane's name is preserved in the Quaker records of the West River Meeting. He was a witness to three marriages: Daniel Richardson and Elizabeth Welsh on 4 February 1691 being one of them.

Dutton Lane married 1690-1700 to Pretitia Tydings, a daughter of Richard Tydings. Pretitia was born abter 1671. Dutton Lane removed to Baltimore county in the 1690's. In 1694 Job Evans had surveyed in the woods southeast of present Towson, a 1,000 acre tract called "Friends Discovery," and five years later Dutton received a grant nearby of 300 acres which he named "Lane's Triangle." He became a deputy surveyor for Baltimore County, and an odd story is preserved in the county records telling how in May of 1700 Dutton Lane was one of a party of men surveying on Thomas Run and Deer Creek when John Howard killed a rattlesnake and then cut out its heart which he swallowed.

The year 1703 brought near ruin to Dutton Lane. The Annapoli records show the following suits against him: Dutton Lane vs Robert Bennett Dutton Lane deft vs The Crown Roger Roberts vs Dutton Lane Richard Bennett vs Dutton Lane Elizabeth Buckerfield vs Dutton Lane

It was during this time on 11 October 1703 that Dutton and Pretitia Lane deeded to his brother-in-law, Thomas Tench "Burrage" and "Burrage Blossom." (Ann Arundell County Land Records 1703, WT# 2; pp. 72-76) A year later Dutton Lane, Deputy Surveyor of Baltimore County, conveyed to Benjamin Hooker all his goods, chattels and effects. On 19 July 1702, Dutton Lane conveyed Browsley Hall to James Butler for 100 pounds sterling. His Baltimore tract "Triangle" was in the possession of the heirs of Samuel and "New Yeares Purchase" was in the possession of the heirs of Richard Tydings.

It was not long after this time that Dutton Lane fled to Carolina. However, he was back by 1708 when he sold part of "New Years Purchase" to Thomas Hooker. In 1709 he was a witness to the will of Teague Tracy. In 1712 he was a Deputy Sheriff.

Dutton Lane made out his will in 1716 but it was not probated until 1726. After his death, Pretitia married John Boreing (Boring.) He was still living in 1741 when he deeded 100 acres on the NE branch of Buck River to his step-son Dutton Lane.

Source: The Lane Family The Descendants of Maj. Samuel Lane Part 1 Complied by Larry A. James 1986

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:a30015&id=I1105

-------------------- found ancestry.com 12/21/2012:

D: I1105 Name: Dutton LANE 1 2 Sex: M Birth: ABT. 1674 in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Maryland 3 2 Death: 8 OCT 1726 in Baltimore, MD 4 2 Note:

   [lisabackup3b.FTW]
   [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 15, Ed. 1, Tree #1858, Date of Import: Feb 16, 1999]
   THE LANE FAMILY PART I BY LARRY A JAMES 1986 PG 6,10,11
   fATHER GAVE HIM 300 ACRES OF PLANTATION CALLED BROWSELY HALL WHICH WAS PURCHASED FROM FRANCIS HUSKINS
   MOVED TO BALTIMORE CO IN THE 1690
   QUAKER
   SURVEYOR 1700
   DEPUTY SHERIFF 1712
   in Brian J Deaver Compserve 102701.121 Lane ged.
   or called Lanes Triangle 1694 had 1000 acre "Friend Discovery"
   to the two youngest daughters will left new years -500 acre tract on gunpowder river balitimore co in 1703 lawsuits brought by his mothers relatives he lost all his propertiesto his 3 sons Dutton,Richard, Samuel left Lanes Triangle Margaret and Sarah Hampton Court Imn 1746 William and Margaret Meryman deeded Hampton Ct to Charles Ridgley[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 11, Ed. 1, Tree #2730, Date of Import: Mar 7, 1999]
   Dutton Lane, son of Major Samuel and Margaret Maulden Lane, was born in
   the 1670's in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland. Dutton was about ten years old
   when his father died. To Dutton, Major Samuel left 300 acres of
   "Browseley Hall." Dutton became a Quaker possibly through the influence
   of his step-father, Job Evans whom his mother married after Major
   Samuel's death.
   Dutton Lane's name is preserved in the Quaker records of the West River
   Meeting. He was a witness to three marriages: Daniel Richardson and
   Elizabeth Welsh on 4 February 1691 being one of them.
   Dutton Lane married 1690-1700 to Pretitia Tydings, a daughter of Richard
   Tydings. Pretitia was born abter 1671. Dutton Lane removed to Baltimore
   county in the 1690's. In 1694 Job Evans had surveyed in the woods
   southeast of present Towson, a 1,000 acre tract called "Friends
   Discovery," and five years later Dutton received a grant nearby of 300
   acres which he named "Lane's Triangle." He became a deputy surveyor for
   Baltimore County, and an odd story is preserved in the county records
   telling how in May of 1700 Dutton Lane was one of a party of men
   surveying on Thomas Run and Deer Creek when John Howard killed a
   rattlesnake and then cut out its heart which he swallowed.
   The year 1703 brought near ruin to Dutton Lane. The Annapoli records
   show the following suits against him:
   Dutton Lane vs Robert Bennett
   Dutton Lane deft vs The Crown
   Roger Roberts vs Dutton Lane
   Richard Bennett vs Dutton Lane
   Elizabeth Buckerfield vs Dutton Lane
   It was during this time on 11 October 1703 that Dutton and Pretitia Lane
   deeded to his brother-in-law, Thomas Tench "Burrage" and "Burrage
   Blossom." (Ann Arundell County Land Records 1703, WT# 2; pp. 72-76) A
   year later Dutton Lane, Deputy Surveyor of Baltimore County, conveyed to
   Benjamin Hooker all his goods, chattels and effects. On 19 July 1702,
   Dutton Lane conveyed Browsley Hall to James Butler for 100 pounds
   sterling. His Baltimore tract "Triangle" was in the possession of the
   heirs of Samuel and "New Yeares Purchase" was in the possession of the
   heirs of Richard Tydings.
   It was not long after this time that Dutton Lane fled to Carolina.
   However, he was back by 1708 when he sold part of "New Years Purchase" to
   Thomas Hooker. In 1709 he was a witness to the will of Teague Tracy. In
   1712 he was a Deputy Sheriff.
   Dutton Lane made out his will in 1716 but it was not probated until
   1726. After his death, Pretitia married John Boreing (Boring.) He was
   still living in 1741 when he deeded 100 acres on the NE branch of Buck
   River to his step-son Dutton Lane.
   Source:
   The Lane Family
   The Descendants of Maj. Samuel Lane
   Part 1
   Complied by Larry A. James
   1986 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Also: ID: I00615 Name: Dutton LANE 1 Sex: M Title: Rev. Birth: ABT 1670 in Anne Arundel, MD Death: ABT 1726 in Baltimore, MD Religion: Quaker

Father: Samuel LANE b: ABT 1628 in London, England Mother: Margaret MAULDEN b: ABT 1648 in Anne Arundel, MD

Marriage 1 Pretitia TYDINGS b: ABT 1680 in Anne Arundel, MD

   Married: ABT 1695 in Maryland

Children

   Has No Children Dutton LANE b: BET 1695 AND 1700
   Has Children Samuel LANE b: ABT 1700 in Baltimore, MD
   Has Children Richard LANE b: ABT 1702 in Maryland
   Has No Children Margaret LANE b: BET 1705 AND 1708
   Has No Children Sarah LANE b: BET 1710 AND 1715
   Has No Children John LANE b: BET 1716 AND 1726
   Has No Children Charity LANE b: BET 1716 AND 1726

Sources:

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Dutton Lane's Timeline

1670
1670
Anne Arundel County, Maryland
1693
1693
Age 23
Baltimore Co, Md
1700
October 4, 1700
Age 30
Baltimore, MD, USA
1700
Age 30
Baltimore, Baltimore, Md
1702
1702
Age 32
Baltimore, Baltimore Co, Md
1705
1705
Age 35
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
1708
1708
Age 38
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
1710
1710
Age 40
Baltimore, Md
1710
Age 40
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
1721
1721
Age 51
Baltimore, Baltimore, Md