|The Lane Crest was submitted by Philip Snow.|
Phillip states: The arms were found on several pieces of engraven plates presented by John Lane, double first cousin of Samuel Lane, to the Bread Street Ward Church in London. The plate has been seen by A. Russell Slagle, a noted Lane researcher. From his research, it was noted that the arms were first mentioned in the 1564 Visitation of Northampton.
When I visited London, last year I could find only one church even close to Bread Street. It was the one that, if you were born within hearing distance of the church bell, you automatically became and were called "Cockney".
issuant from a cresent or two Eagles' heads
the dexter gules the sinister azure."
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On 12, Jan 2000 a dear friend and cousin to many of us passed away. Barb Johnson, who is a descendant of Benjamin HART and Nancy MORGAN (Nancy being a Rev. War heroine), Barb was a loving Mother, Wife, friend and Cousin to us all. Benjamin and Nancy's son John HART, who md. Patience LANE, was the brother to Barb's ancestor. To view her Memorial Web Page I have created for her go to: Barbara Elizabeth Johnson; 1951-2000. My dear friend I will MISS you!
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