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(1655 - 1719)

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Lanier, Sr.

(1631 - ????)

Clement
Lanier

(1590 - 1661)

Nicholas
Laniere

(1542 - 1612)


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Clement Lanier

 

 

Born: Abt. 1590, ENGLAND
Died:  (Or was Buried) 06 Nov 1661 in East Greenwich, England

 
                                         
Clement Lanier was born about 1590 in England and was the son of Nicholas Laniere (the Elder) and Lucretia Bassano.
 
Clement was "Gentleman of the King's Chamber" to James I and Charles I - a title often given to musicians of the day.  Clement played the recorder (a type of flute) and other wind instruments.
 
Clement married Hannah Rebecca Collett in March of 1628 at St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.
 
When Charles I was executed, the Laniers suffered financial setbacks and hardships because they supported Charles II (the Prince of Wales) and his struggles to regain the throne.  After the English Restoration, the Laniers were able to regain some of their fortunes.
 
 
Clement and Hannah had eleven children.
 
Children of Clement Lanier and Hannah RebeccaCollet
Name Date of Birth Date of Death Spouse
Hannah Lanier Bapt. 13 Feb 1629/30   Thomas Swetnam
John Lanier Bapt. Oct 1631 Abt. 1683 Lucreece (Unknown)
Susanna Lanier Bapt. 10 Jun 1633   (died young)
Nicholas Lanier Bapt. 26 Mar 1635 1665  
Lucretia Lanier 17 Jan 1638 Bef. 1658  
Charles Lanier Abt. 1640 14 Jan 1651  
Robert Lanier Bapt. 22 May 1642   Rebecca (Unknown)
Lionel Lanier Bapt. 17 Feb 1643/44 Bur. 19 Sep 1665  
Frances Lanier 03 Apr 1646    
William Lanier 14 Oct 1647    
Elizabeth Lanier Abt. 1649    
 
 
Clement and Hannah are the progenitors of the American line of Laniers.
 
Clement Lanier was buried 06 Nov 1661, both in East Greenwich, England.  His will was proved 03 Dec 1661 and was registered 20 May 1662.
 
 

LANIER FAMILY HISTORY
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~fairbanks/lanier/history.htm

 
                                         
  In his will of February 1658/59, Clement leaves to his oldest daughter, Hannah, his house and 40 pounds.  Money was left outright to Nicholas, Lionel, William and Frances, and also to Elizabeth and Susanna when they became of age or married.  The will of Clement names Susanna and Elizabeth as not being of age in 1658, which would make them born after 1638; however, the baptism of Susanna is given as June 10, 1633.  Children Lucretia and Charles were dead.  But to John and Robert, who had already left home, he left money "when they shall come to demand the same of my Executrix".  Hannah's burial was recorded at St. Alphege as December 22, 1653.   
 
                                         
                                         
                                         
                                         
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CLEMENT LANIER
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clement_Lanier

 

LANIER FAMILY HISTORY
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~fairbanks/lanier/history.htm

             
    THE ANCESTRY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON
Sons of Liberty Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution
http://www.revolutionarywararchives.org/washancestry.html
   
             
    ROYAL DESCENT
The Lanier Family Connection the Washington Family
http://jimserver.net/genealogy/royal_desc.html
   
         
    THE LANIER HOMEPAGE
http://www.mindspring.com/~wdlanier/sampson.html
   
                                         
                                         
                                         
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