A resource for genealogists researching the LONG surname on the Internet. Please report broken links to the Administrator.
Long Family Progenitors (A listing of early Long immigrants that have living descendants for which we have a Y-DNA haplotype in the FamilyTreeDNA database)
Ancestry of Joseph Long of the Valley of Virginia is a paper describing Gerald Edward Jones’ research relating to the genealogy of Joseph Long (July 1770 – January 1837) of Botetourt, Wythe and Russell Counties, Virginia and Bedford County, Tennessee and his wife Catherine Foster (January 1770 – July 1811.) Electronic copies of this paper are available from Mr. Jones at email@example.com
Long Family Websites
Know of a “Long Family” website not listed below? If so, please forward the URL to the Administrator.
www.amazon.com/dp/1906978379 is Cheryl Long’s book “Inheriting the Earth: The Long family’s 500 year reign in Wiltshire” a fascinating glimpse into the often colorful, sometimes tragic history of an elite Wiltshire family.
No website, but contact info provided: In a message dated 8/4/06 1:08:12 AM Eastern Daylight Time, Frances62ok@aol.com wrote: My uncle was David Allison Long his son was David Allison Long, JR. b 31 Jan 1855 in Thomasville, Davidson, NC. His father was John Long/ wife Cathrine John Long b 1817 in PA. census place: South Hanover, Dauphin, PA. Catharine Long b 1823 in PA. I also have the descendants of Thomas Long, George Long/Catherine Myers, John Long/ Susannah Grimes, Rosanna Long m George Grimes, Mary Magdalena Long b1793 and m George Myers, Elizabeth Long m Valentine Sowers, Thomas Long b 1818, m Elizabeth Ferguson and a second wife, Amanda Berrier. Frances R. Draper . Bill, if you want to post this, you may. I have more ancestors if interested. My email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Long Family of North Georgia This website specifically researches the ancestry of members of a Long family that lived at various times in Fannin County, Gilmer County, and Union County Georgia. It also researches their relatives who lived primarily in Jackson and Graham County North Carolina as well as those who lived in Blount County Tennessee. Other miscellaneous Long families are also profiled.
The Descendants of John Long, Sr. of Maryland (1685-1746) Downloadable book, (Microsoft Word file) by Leroy F. Eastes,
The George Horace Long Family A Trinidad, Colorado Long Family. George Horace Long was the son of Benjamin Long and Sarah Eddins who were married on December 10, 1804 in Madison County, Virginia.
“The Long Journey West – The Long Family of Old Rappahannock,” by Janice Lee Brannon a descendant of Brumfield Long. This book is of interest to those researching early Virginia families. Click on link to download. See also “Brumfield Long, Sr of Virginia.”
Descendants of Edward and Jane Jones Long Edward Long was born about 1737 in Pennsylvania to Thomas and Martha Thatcher Long. He married Jane Jones January 17, 1762 in Augusta County Virginia. About 1767 the family had relocated to Loudoun County. From 1777 to 1781 Edward served with Capt Chrystie’s Co, 3rd PA Regt under Col. Craig. He was involved with the Pennsylvania Line mutiny. After the war the family relocated to Pittsylvania County where Edward died in 1806 and Jane in 1821.
Did William Henry Long Ride with The Sundance Kid and the Wild Bunch? See also:
The Long Family Tree, the family tree of Alan Long of Dublin, Cork, Ireland. Descendants of Nathaniel Long b. 1770, Cork City, Ireland
Philip Long of Germany Philipp Lange. Born in 1756-7. Lives in Wirmighausen in 1775 where he enlists in the 3rd Waldeck. Arrives in New York(1776). POW and deserts(1777). Deserts in August 1778. Deserts again from WFRF(1781), a Loyalist militia. Enlists in KAR from 1781-1783. Emigrates to Canada with Loyalists(1783). Marries Julie Couillard(1792). Courier from Quebec to Fredericton for 19 years. Moves from Lac Témiscouata to Clair NB in 1827. Dies in 1832. Since his enlistment in the WFRF, he became Philip Long.