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Nicholas Lanier
Birth: Jan. 5, 1760
Brunswick County
Virginia, USA
Death: Mar. 8, 1839
Williamson County
Tennessee, USA

Nicholas was married three or four times. He lived in va. then moved to Williamson Co. His parents were Benjamin B.Lanier 1711-1796, Elizabeth Warren 1715-1775. Nicholas was married to Martha 'Patsie' Malone in 1787. They had three children, George, Sallie, and Elizabeth. Then he married Sarah Bugg. She was born in 1763-1853. They were married in 1796. They had four children. Benjamin, Lucy, Nancy, and William.


Nicholas Lanier, born January 5, 1760, died March 8, 1839 in Williamson County, Tennessee. Married Patsy Malone and had seven children. Allen and Warren names continue to run through many generations.


Source: 1810 Brunswick Census, St. Andrews Parish

1810 Brunswick Co., St. Andrews Parish Census

The 1810 Brunswick County, Virginia census was transcribed from National Archives Microfilm Publication M252, roll 66. The enumerations are separated into two parishes, St. Andrews Parish, pages 702 to 740 and Meherrin Parish, pages 741 to 770 .

316 66 - 16 NICHOLAS LANIER 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

1 male 16-26

6 slaves

Source: Brunswick Co., Virginia.

This Indenture made this thirty first Day of October 1787 BETWEEN Fredrick Lucas of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Sterling Edmunds of the same County of the other part for and in consideration of the sum of nineteen pounds ten shillings doth bargain and sell alien release and confirm unto the said Sterling Edmunds a certain tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County aforesaid containing by Estimation thirty nine acres bounded as follows (to wit) BEGINNING near William Johnson's plantation at his and Edmund Harrison's corner red oak, thence N eighty nine degrees W one hundred and ninety eight poles to a corner possimmon in the dividing line between the said Fredrick Lucas and Sterling Edmunds, thence along the line N seventy four E one hundred and nine poles to a white oak corner, thence N sixty E eighty four poles to a corner shrub oak where the said Lucas's Edmunds's and Harrison's line meet, thence along Harrison's line S fifteen E seventy seven poles to the BEGINNING.

Signed by Fredrick Lucas and witnessed by John Flood Edmunds, Nicholas Lanier (his mark), John Lanier and Randol Hagood.

Brunswick County Court April 28th 1788. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of John Flood Edmunds, John Lanier and Randol Hagood witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded. Deed Book 14, page 349.
Family links: 
  Benjamin Bird Lanier (1711 - 1796)
  Elizabeth Warren Lanier (1719 - 1796)
  Martha Malone Lanier (1771 - 1795)*
  Sarah Bugg (1763 - 1853)*
  Sallie Bass Lanier (1791 - 1844)*
  Elizabeth Warren Lanier Bugg Tucker (1793 - 1860)*
  Lucy Lanier Andrews (1799 - 1860)*
*Calculated relationship
Created by: Susan Sullivan and John ...
Record added: Oct 27, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79373565

Nicholas Lanier servd his country as a Sergeant in the War of 1812 with Major Perkins' Command, Virginia Militia.
- James Theron Wells
 Added: Aug. 24, 2014
It is in dying that we are born to eternal life. ~~Nicholas Lanier was married to my fourth great grand aunt.
- James Theron Wells
 Added: Aug. 24, 2014

- Lanie
 Added: Jan. 18, 2013
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