|Birthplace:||London, Middlesex, England|
|Death:||Died in Bristol, City of Bristol, England|
Son of Richard Lain; Richard Lane; Alice Carter and Alice Lane
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About Capt. John Lane
John was named in the will of his cousin, also named John Lane: "to my said cozen Captain John Lane 1000£ if he returnes to England alive"
His uncle John's will, left " to John and Mary, children of my brother Richard Lane, deceased, 10£ each . . . to Alice Lane, late wife of my brother Richard Lane, deceased, all my lands in the parish of Kingston, Co. Hereford." Source: Slagle, A. Russell, Major Samuel Lane (1628-81): His Ancestry and Some American Descendants (http://search.ancestry.com/Browse/BookList.aspx?dbid=48199, Genealogical Publishing Co.), Vol. II, p. 135.
John Lane, a mariner of the city of Bristol (will drawn March 7, 1673; proved October 23, 1674) "To all other chattels, real and personal to my said wife Elizabeth. My brother-in-law, William Denn of London, grocer. To my honoured mother Mrs. Alice Lane and to my wife's mother Mrs. Alice Howell and to my said brother-in-law William Denn and to my sister, his wife 10£ each for mourning, and to their children 5£ apiece. My wife to have the use of my silver tankard, silver tumbler and twelve silver spoons during her life, thereafter my tumbler six spoons to her dear son Charles Saltonstall and the tankard and six spoons to her dear daughter Elizabeth Saltonstall." From the Vicar General of London we find the "Marriage license 5 April 1671 to John Lane of All Hallows Bread Street, London Bachelor, about 41 and Elizabeth Saltingstall of St. Botolph's, Aldgate, London, widow, about 34 to marry at White Chapel, Stepney or St. Paul's, Shadwell, Middlesex." Source: Slagle, A. Russell, Major Samuel Lane (1628-81): His Ancestry and Some American Descendants (http://search.ancestry.com/Browse/BookList.aspx?dbid=48199, Genealogical Publishing Co.), Vol. II, p. 135.