Heathcock Genealogy Database - Person Sheet
Heathcock Genealogy Database - Person Sheet
NameSenith Dianah Huff 306,1203,1204,1205,1206, GGG Aunt
Birth15 Nov 1834, Glover, Iron Co MO
Death15 Dec 1898, Ellington, Reynolds Co MO Age: 64
BurialLogan Valley, Reynolds Co Mo
Burial1944, Emma Glover Baptist Church Cemetery, Iron Co MO
FatherJoseph Curran Huff III (1809-1882)
MotherLouvina Kear (1808-1901)
Birth15 Jun 1835, Union Co TN
Death28 Jun 1900, Glover, Iron Co MO Age: 65
BurialEmma Glover Baptist Church Cemetery, Iron Co MO
Marriage15 Mar 1854, MO
ChildrenJoseph Lafayette (1855-1912)
Notes for Senith Dianah Huff
Senith Diannah was the 4th daughter of Joseph Curran HUFF and Louvina KEAR. Her older sister, Mary "Polly" HUFF married Isaac's brother Elias Lane. According to census information the HUFF & LANE families traveled from TN (possibly together or in short succession) to Madison Co., Missouri.

Dianna died in Ellington, Carter Co., MO & buried in Logan Valley but due to flooding arrangements were made to exhume her body in April 1944. She was moved to Emma Glover Baptist Church Cemetery to rest beside her husband, Isaac Lane. [Some may spell last name as Hough as her family was from England.]

Her tombstone in the Glover Baptist Church Cemetery reads:

Dianah LANE, 15 Nov 1834 - 13 March 1898 w/o Rev. Isaac
Notes for Isaac Randolph (Spouse 1)
1840 (Liberty Twp), Madison Co., MO
Isaac is enumerated in the house of his father, Randolph Lane.

1850 (August 28) 54th District Madison Co., MO Federal Census, page 230A;lines 7-14.
Isaac is listed, on line 9, as being 15 years old born in Tennessee.

15 Mar 1854 - ISAAC LANE marries DIANNA HUFF in Missouri

1 Jan 1855 - Isaac & Diannah have son Joseph Lafayette born in Big Creek,Iron Co., MO

Isaac was a minister. He was ordained by the Church of Big Creek in Madison Co., MO on Oct. 16 1856 signed by David B. Breiven & Andrew J.Vance ministers of the gospel.

Reverend Isaac Lane married Tabitha Lane to Benjamin F. VANCE on 12thNov 1856 in Madison Co., MO (Tabitha, his sister)

8 July 1860 PO Rainsville, Logan's Twp., Reynolds Co., MO Federal Census(M653-643) page 385A Dwelling # 481/Family #474:
LANE, Isaac - 25y - Minister - TN
LANE, Dianna - 25 - MO
LANE, Joseph - 5 - MO

(Note: most of Isaac's family have moved to Randolph Co., AR sometimearound 1865)

"Civil War Soldiers of Madison CO., MO" (and surrounding counties)
ISAAC LANE born 15 June 1835 son of Randolph Lane; enrollment list ofIron Co., Missouri; Militia Co. Exempt - Teacher; description: 30 years,5 ft 6 in, light hair & eyes & complexion; married; died: 28 June 1900.buried Glover Cemetery, Iron Co., MO

8 July 1870 PO Ironton, Iron Co., MO (M593-780) pg 537A, family#6:
LANE, Isaac - 35y - working on farm - TN
LANE, Diana - 36 - keeping house - MO
LANE, Joseph - 14 - at home - TN

1900 Liberty Twp., Iron Co., Census; Isaac is listed as living in the home of George W. SCOGGINS & Caroline HUFF SCOGGINS. Caroline was Isaac's wife, Dianna's, younger sister.

'History of Southeast Missouri embracing an Historical Account of the Counties of St. Genevieve, St. Francois, Perry, Cape Girardeau, Bollinger, Madison, New Madrid, Pemiscott, Dunklin, Scott, Mississippi, Stoddard, Butler, Wayne and Iron' by The Goodspeed Publishing Company -1888
Chapter XXXV Religious History,
pages 474-475:

In 1858 the Concord Association met at Pilgrims Rest church in Iron County and received the following new churches: New Prospect, PleasantExchange, Mount Gilead and Sugar Tree Grove. The ministers at thismeeting were ISAAC LANE, R. Seal, and D. Warren; ISAAC LANE was moderator again and Thomas Dickson was chosen clerk.

Bethel Association was continually sending off groups of churches for the establishment of other association. In 1860 a group of churches inIron County consisting of Mount Pleasant, Big Creek, Pilgrims Rest, White Oak Grove, Sugar Tree Grove, Mount Gilead, Mount Zion and Locust Grove organized an association called the Central Missouri Association. The ministers concerned in this organization were William Polk, Harry Young and James Ritter. All of these churches had been members of Bethel Association and were dismissed from that organization in 1859. This association met in 1860 at Mount Zion in Washington County; at that time ISAAC LANE was moderator and David Adams was clerk. There were 13 churches in the association at this time, 8 of which were represented at the meeting reporting a total membership of 367. The ministers were N.Adams, ISAAC LANE, G. W. Bay and P. McCracken.

page 559:
Wayne county Association was organized at McKenzie Creek Church on October 16, 1875, with the following churches, representing an aggregate membership of 444: McKenzie Creek, Phillipi, Oak Grove, Good Hope, Black River, Bethel, Lebanon, Logan's Creek, Big Lake Creek, Mount Pleasant, Liberty Hill and Pleasant Grove. The ministers present were ISAAC LANE, A. R. L. Meador, J. W. Wilson, J. B. Wallace, M. A. Taylor and Daniel Sheets. ...

Emma Glover Baptist Church Cemetery established 1854, located Hwy 49,Glover, Iron CO., MO
Isaac's headstone reads:
REV. ISAAC LANE born June 15, 1835 died June 28 1900
"We will miss thee from our church dear brother. We will miss thee from thy place. We miss thy kind and willing hand. Thy fervent earnest prayer, our church is dark without thee. We miss thee everywhere."
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