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Person: LANE, J.J., F.R.S.L.  (1852- after 1911)

Biographical summary of this person
Full name
Joseph John LANE  F.R.S.L.
Gender
male
Relevance of this person
author of poems used with slide sets
Main period of activity
1890s-1900s
Chronology
Date
Age
Event/activity
31 March 1901
~49
census record
1901 Census of England and Wales, RG13/4115.133.37
– occupation “Borough Rate Collector”
2 April 1911
~59
census record
1911 Census of England and Wales, RG14/26383
– occupation “Collector of Corporation Rates”
in or after 1911
~58+
died at
unknown location
Texts linked to this person
Poems (8)

J.J. Lane, ‘I never thanked Him: or the dying gipsy lad’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

J.J. Lane, ‘The idol of Britain’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

J.J. Lane, ‘Jessie's last request: a homely ballad for Band of Hope children’ in several compilations

J.J. Lane, ‘The quarryman's resolve’ in Short lantern readings 29 (1900)

J.J. Lane, ‘Rags and tatters’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

J.J. Lane, ‘Saved at last’ in Short lantern readings 33 (1902)

J.J. Lane, ‘The tale of a flea’ in several compilations

J.J. Lane, ‘That heathen Chinee’ in Miscellaneous tales 10

Lucerna ID  6001429

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 22 September 2019

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