John was born in 1809. He married Hannah Hawkins in 1836. He passed away in 1879.
Remembered History of John lane, 2019, by Lawrence Bennett..
There are a few note's. Concerning our John, which are written about
in the ( Richmond Chronicle ) writing's of an Old Richmondite,
by Mr Alfred Smith..
John was apparently a good singer, it is noted that he sang at __ Smith's
I have read that John Lane was for a time in an Orphanage,
and sang with the church choir, In the time of Reverend Marsden..
John's legacy of Music seem's to have come down the family, as Myself
have been a vocalist with a couple of ( Group's ) ( Band's ) over the year's,
This is remembered by Lawrence Arthur Bennett, today February 14 2019..
↑ "Australia, Birth Index, 1788-1922"; Ancestry.com [database on-line]; V18091928 1A, John Enis, 1809; Sydney, New South Wales; F=John Enis M=Ann Lane.
↑ "Australia, Marriage Index, 1788-1950"; Ancestry.com [database on-line]; Hannah Hawkins and John Lane, 1836; Windsor, New South Wales.
↑ "Australia, Death Index, 1787-1985"; Ancestry.com [database on-line]; John Lane, 1879; Orange, New South Wales.
NSW BDM birth 258/1809 V1809258 6, and 1928/1809 V18091928 1A, in the name ‘John Enis’ to parents John and Ann (Lane)
NSW BDM marriage 231/1836 V1836231 20 at St Matthews Church of England, Windsor, in the name John Lane to Hannah Hawkins
NSW BDM death 7919/1879 in the name ‘John Lane’ and showing ‘age 72 years’
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