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Loyalist Directory: John Lane (Lean)

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Surname : Lane (Lean)
Given name : John
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Where Resettled : New Carlisle, Chaleur, in the Gaspe region of Quebec
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Settled before war : Ballstown, New York
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Biography : A farmer of Ballstown, New York. Lane owned 100 acres, twenty of which were improved. He joined the British Army under Burgoyne on August 17, 1777, and served in the Loyal Rangers until the Peace, settling at New Carlisle, Chaleur after the Peace. Lane estimated his loss at £236 New York.
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Family History : May be the same person as John Lean listed with a woman and two children in the Brig St. Peter in the "Return of Loyalists and Discharged Soldiers embarked on Board the Province Vessels for Chaleur Bay, 9th June, 1784."
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Sources : Information submitted by Marilyn Astle
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