JAYNE, JAYNES, JEANE, JANE, DEJEANE RESEARCH PAGES
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The Surname of Jayne was a baptismal name, " The son of Jan, John., enormously popular in Europe. Variations of spelling: Jeane, Janes, Jaynes, Jane, DeJeane Arms-- Azure an Eagle Displayed OR Crest-- A swan wings endorsed devouring a trout all proper Motto-- Peace The Eagle depicted in the crest is emblematical of fortitude and magnanimity of mind. The Romans used the figure of and eagle for their ensign, and their example has been followed. It is the device of Russia, Austria, Germany and the United States.
Early History Source: Microfilm # 908660, Item 7
Book Call No 929.273 J337v (http://www.familysearch.org)
Jayne Family History, John L. Vinke Guido de Jeanne: a general is the French Confederation, in the year 1154 was assigned to escort Henry the second to England and to secure Henry 1st the throne. For his service Guido was knighted and given the Manor of Kirkling in Cambridgeshire, England Guido grandson was Geoffrey de Jeanne and he was with Baldwin, Court of Franders about 1200-1204 that successfully obtains Jerusalum and contributed to Baldwin becoming King of Jerusalum. Geoffrey later made three pilgrimages to the Holy Land with his son Guy. This is were the escallop shells in the Coat of Arms that commentorates those events. Before his death, Geoffrey acquired the lands of Botalock in Cornwell through his wife the heiress of Sir Richard Penruddock.
Early Records Microfilm # 908660, Item 7 Book Call No 929.273 J337v (http://www.familysearch.org)1327-1377 Robert Janes of Somerset, England 1499 Thomas Jane, Bishop of Norwich 1539 Baptized: Gabella, daughter of Robert Jan 1540 Emme, daughter of Robert Janer 1548 Baptized: William, son of John Jane at St Columb Major, 1555 John Janes 1606 Buried a servant of William Jan 1805 Married John Jaynes & Mary Cutts, St George's, HanoverMy Illusive Jayne AncestorsMy DATABASE check it out
Links to other Jayne Researchers
Register Report by Sam Behling DeJeanne
My Heritage William Scott Jayne
Jayne, Woodhull and Other Gravestones at Setauket Presbyterian Church
Thomas Clayton Watson Home Page
Descendants of William DeJeanne
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