Deacon Robert LONG of Newbury MA

First Generation

Deacon Robert-1 LONG was born 1621 in/of Newbury, Essex Co. MA and died 27 Dec 1690, aged 69 at Newbury, Mass of smallpox. He is said to have been in Charlestown, 1637-1642, and he was in Newbury by 1645, the first of several Longs to appear in Essex (Old Norfolk) County around this time. Estate administered 31 March 1691. He married Alice Short, (dau of Henry Short 1647 in Newbury MA) from Coventry, Wiltshire, and there are indications that he had first married a Stevens. Alice was born abt 1620 and died 17 January 1690/91 in Newbury MA. Deacon Robert Long took oath of allegiance 1678. Occupation: weaver

Children of Dea. Robert & Alice (Short) Long:
1. Mary Long, b. 24 Feb 1646-7 in Newbury MA; she married 1) 25 OCT 1678 in Sudbury, Middlesex, MA to John/Jonathan GRIFFEN/GRIFFIN. He was born 22 June 1647 in Sudbury, Middlesex, MA and died 2 Feb 1685/86 in Sudbury, Middlesex, MA; She married 2) 7 SEP 1687 in Salisbury or Newbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts to Daniel Mussiloway as his 2nd wife [some sources state that she married 1664 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts John Cloyes. He b: 26 Aug 1638 in Watertown, Suffolk Co., MA]. Had issue.
2. +Abiell Long, b. 19 Feb 1648 in Newbury MA; married Hannah Hill.
3. Rebecca Long, b 17 Nov 1658 in Newbury MA; married 1) 31 Oct 1679 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts to Nicholas Rawlins. He b. 1654 in Newbury, Essex County, MA and died June 1693 in Newbury, Essex County, MA ; 2) She married 5 Nov 1700 in Newbury, Essex, Mass to Richard Ormes
4. Susanna Long, b. 14 Nov 1656 in Newbury MA; m. 1674 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co. MA to Stephen BLANDFORD; She was living 1691
5. a daughter Long, b. 26 March 1659 in Newbury MA; d. 4 April 1659 Newbury
6. +Shubaal/Shubael/Shubal Long, b. 14 April 1661 in Newbury MA; d. 26 Aug 1695 in Newbury MA; m. Hannah-3 (Abraham-2, Nathaniel-1) Merrill; 4 children

7. John Long, b. 16 April 1664 or 18 March 1664/65 at Newbury MA;



Second Generation

Abiell-2 LONG (Robert-1) was born 19 Feb 1648-9 in Newbury, Essex. Co. MA; he was living in 1691; he married 27 Oct 1682/92 in Newbury MA to Hannah Hill(s), dau of Joseph Hill(s) and Hannah Smith. She b. Jan 1655 in Malden, Middlesex Co. MA; He took oath of allegiance at Newbury 1678; three children born in Newbury MA.
Children of Abiel & Hannah (Hills) Long:
1. Abiel Long, b. 24 Jul 1683 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA; d. 7 Aug 1683 in Newbury MA
2. Hannah Long, b. 6 Nov 1684 in Newbury MA; m 18 Aug 1702 to Thomas Rogers
3. +Benjamin Long, b. 1 Sept 1691 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA

Shubael-2 LONG (Robert-1) was b. 14 April 1661 in Newbury MA; d. 12 Aug 1731 in Newbury MA; married 26 Aug 1695 in Newbury, Essex Co MA to Hannah Merrill, dau of Abraham & Abigail (Webster) Merrill. She b. 9 Jan 1669/71 and died aft 1712. Following Shubael's death Hannah married 2d) Benoni Clough son of John III & Mercy (Page) Clough. Benoni was born 23 May 1675 in Salisbury, Essex, MA and died 22 Feb 1757 in Kingston, NH
Children of Shubael & Hannah (Merrill) Long:
1. Robert Long, b. 26 May 1695 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA.
2. +Robert Long 2d, b. 20 May 1696 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA; married Ellenor Annis
3. Abigail Long, b: 3 Jan 1697 in Newbury, Essex Co, MA; d.y.
4. Abigail Long 2d, b: 31 Jan 1698-9 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA; d. 18 Jan 1776 in Pembroke NH; m 17 Aug 1738 Newbury or Andover MA to Joseph EMERY, son of John Jr. & Mary (Webster) Emery. He b. 23 Mar 1662 and died 22 Sep 1721, both in Andover MA. Joseph Emery's first wife was Elizabeth Merrill who he married 2 OCT 1693 in Newbury MA; issue from 1st wife Elizabeth (Emery): Joseph, b. 29 Apr 1696 and Elizabeth, b. 28 Sep 1698, both in Andover MA.
5. Abiel Long, b. 31 Jan 1699 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA
6. +John Long, b: 2 Nov 1701 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA; married Sarah Rawlings
7. Hannah Long, b. 9 Nov 1703 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA
8. Alice Long, b. 30 Nov 1705 in Newbury MA
9. Mary Long, b 9 July 1707 in Newbury MA; m. 15 June 1736 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA to Benjamin PETTINGELL/PETTINGALE. He b. 10 SEP 1707 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA
10. Elizabeth Long, b 21 Jan 1709 in Newbury MA; m 25 SEP 1730 Newbury MA to John BROCK
11. Samuel Long, b. 3 Apr 1711 in Newbury MA; died between 1712-1801
12. Rebecca Long, b. 14 July 1713 in Newbury MA
13. Tabitha Long, b. 12 June 1715 in Newbury MA



Third Generation

Benjamin-3 LONG (Abiel-2, Robert-1), b. 1 September 1691 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA and died 13 Apr 1743; he married abt 1716 in Newbury MA to Sarah Sawyer, dau. of Stephen Sawyer and Ann Titcomb. She born 20 May 1681 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA and died 4 Jan 1760 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA.
Children of Abiel & Sarah (Sawyer) Long:
1. +Nathan Long, b. 11 Sep 1717 in Newbury MA; married Naomi Eastman
2. Sarah Long, b. 2 Oct 1719 in Newbury MA; m. 19 May 1750 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA to Enoch MERRILL, son of Daniel and Esther (Chase) Merrill; Enoch was born 29 Dec 1712 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA and died before Nov 1762 in Newbury, Essex. Co MA.
3. Benjamin Long, b. 10 Dec 1721 in Newbury MA; d. 1760.
4. Mary Long , b 19/29 Jan 1723 in Newbury MA; she married Stephen LITTLE, son of Moses Jr. & Sarah (Jaques) Little after 1764. He was born 5 Aug 1719 and died 3 Aug 1793. Stephen Little also married Judith Bailey (his first wife) who he married 5 June 1743 in Newbury MA; issue from his 1st wife Judith (Little): Judith, b. 17 Nov 1753 and David, b. 6 Apr 1760 both in Newbury MA.
5. Hannah Long, b. 24 Feb 1725 in Newbury MA; d, 22 May1802 in Newburyport MA; m. 7 Jan 1751/52 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA to Moses SAWYER. Moses was born 21 Feb 1720/21 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA. Children (Sawyer): Moses, b. 23 Nov 1765 and Matthias Plant, b. 28 Jan 1754, both in Newbury MA.
6. Joseph Long, b. 20 Oct 1728 in Newbury MA

Robert-3 LONG (Shubael-2, Robert-1) was born 20 May 1696; died 19 May 1724; married 19 May 1724 to Ellenor Annis. She was born 24 Jan 1700/01 and died 14 May 1774.
Children of Robert & Ellenor (Annis) Long:
1. Enoch Long, b. 18 July 1725 [probably d.y. as there is a 2nd Enoch]
2. +Enoch Long 2d 14 May 1727 [twin] in Newbury MA; married Abigail Bailey
3. +Robert Long, b. 14 May 1727 [twin] in Newbury MA; m. Sarah Haggitt

John-3 LONG (Shubael-2, Robert -1) was born: 2 Nov 1701 in Newbury MA; died est 1752-1793; married 27 Oct 1727 in Newbury, MA to Sarah Rawlings/Rawlins, dau of Daniel Rawlings and Sarah Barton. She b. 2 Nov 1701 in Newbury MA.
Children of John & Sarah (Rawlings) Long:
1. Prudence Long b: 19 FEB 1727 in Newbury, MA; m. 23 Nov 1758 in Andover, MA to Robert David.
2. Sarah Long b: 6 FEB 1730 in Newbury, MA; d. 1 Dec 1762 in Methuen, MA; married 18 Mar 1756 in Andover, MA to James Messer, son of Richard & Mehitable (Smith) Messer. James died 18 Mar 1756 in Andover, MA. Had issue
3. John Long b: 23 JAN 1732 in Newbury, MA
4. Ruth Long b: 18 APR 1735 in Newbury, MA
5. +Josiah Long b: 28 SEP 1737 in Newbury, MA
6. Hannah Long b: 28 MAY 1740 in Newbury, MA
7. +Daniel Long b: 21 JUN 1743 in Newbury, MA; m. 31 Oct. 31 1765 in Middleton MA to Hannah Marstin/Marston. Samuel Long, son of Daniel & Hannah, baptized in Andover MA, Sept. 18, 1774.
8. Stephen Long b: 18 SEP 1751 in Andover, MA; Andover MA recs state: "Stephen [Revolutionary soldier, C.R.1.], died Sept. 9, 1832, a 71 y in Andover MA."



Fourth Generation

Nathan-4 LONG (Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert -1) b. 11 September 1717 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA; died 6 Jan 1768 age 52 in Chester NH; He was surveyor of highways in 1747 in Chester NH and settled on Add. lot No. 99. He married 19 Sep 1748 to Naomi Eastman daughter of Joseph & Dorothy (Lindsay-Quimby) Eastman [per NEHGS Register 21:229 and History and Genealogy of the Eastman Family of America: Containing Biographical Sketches By Guy Scoby Rix says she was "Mrs. Dorothy (Linsday) Quimby at the time of her marriage, so widow of Mr. ---- Quimby; this second source incorrectly attributes her marriage to "Joseph" Long rather than Nathan]; She b. 17 Dec 1728. The widow, Naomi (Eastman) Long, married John Robie "but soon left him." She died July 19, 1821, a. 94 y.
Children of Nathan and Naomi (Eastman) Long:
1. +Benjamin Long, b. 10 April 1750 in Chester NH; m. Mary, dau. of Enoch Colby and went to Schenectady, New York.
2. +Joseph Long, b. 19 Sept 1752 in Chester NH; m. Judith Colby
3. Nathan Long, b. 3 June 1756 in Chester NH; (third s. of Nathan and Naomi) d. Dec. 21, 1760, a. 5 y.
4. Sarah Long, b. 19 December 1761 in Chester NH
5. +Nathan Long 2d, b. 19 November 1764 in Chester NH; married Mary Blaisdell
NOTE: The "Old Chester" town list of those who participated in the Revolutionary War include: Benjamin Long and Joseph Long. I suspect that they were the two brothers shown above.

Enoch-4 LONG (Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) was born 14 May 1727 in Newbury, Essex. Co MA and died 29 Nov 1812. He married 2/22 Dec 1755 in Newbury MA to Abigail Bayley/Bailey. She was born 1731. Military Service: Revolutionary War Veteran in Capt. John Hale's company, enlisting in August 1777; From Richard Stout and Some Descendants:"...served as a Lieutenant in the Revolutionary War, in response to the alarm of 4-19-1775, at Cambridge, MA."Sources: Richard Stout and Some Descendants-National Genealogical Society Quarterly. A tombstone in Old Cemetery of Hopkinton NH reads: "This humble stone was erected by Isaac Long in memory of his honored father Enoch Long who d. Nov. 29, 1812 in the 84th year of his age."
Children of Enoch & Abigail (Bailey) Long:
1. +Enoch Long, b. 14 April 1758 in Newbury MA; lived on Jewett Road in Hopkinton NH; m. Mary Kimball.
2. +Moses Long, b. 16 Oct 1760 in Newbury MA married Lucy Harriman
3. +Isaac Long, b. 1 Nov 1764 in Newbury MA; married Susanna Kimball
4. Eleanor Long, b. 30 March 1767 in Newbury MA
5. Hannah Long, b. 23 Oct 1769 in Newbury MA
6. David Long, b 3. Feb 1772 in Newbury MA [possibly the David found in Milford MA, 1810-1840 census].
7. Samuel Long, b. 22 July 1774 in Newbury MA
8. Robert Long, b. 1780/81 in Newbury MA

Robert-4 LONG (Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b. 18 July 1725 in Newbury MA. He married 25 May 1748 in Andover, Essex Co MA to Sarah Haggitt.
Children of Robert & Sarah (Haggitt) Long: [there may be other children]

1. +Frederic Richard Long, b. 23 Dec 1749 in Concord, Merrimack Co. NH; married Sarah Gross

Josiah-4 LONG (John-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) was born 28 SEP 1737 in Newbury, MA; died 31 Dec 1822 in Almshouse, Andover, Essex Co MA; Married 27 Sep 1759 in Andover, MA to Mary/Molley Carlton. She was born 27 Sep 1749 and d. 26 July 1841 in Reading, Middlesex Co. MA.
Children of Josiah & Mary (Carlton) Long:
1. Joshua Long b: 24 Jul 1760 in Andover MA;
2. Sally Long b: 24 May 1763
3. Josiah Long b: 24 Apr 1766 in Andover MA; m. 28 Oct 1779 in Hingham MA to Rachel Hobart, dau of Japhet & Hannah (Humphrey) Hobart. She born 12 Aug 1758 in Hingham, Plymouth Co., MA and died 7 Jun 1846 in Hingham, MA. She m2d, 15 Apr 1784 to James Dawson, and m3d) 6 Nov 1791 Jairus Lincoln. No issue by Josiah Long.
4. Benjamin Long b: 5 Aug 1771 in Andover MA; m. 2 May 1795 Elizabeth Bennett.
5. +Darius Long b: 31 Mar 1776 in Andover MA; married 1) Sarah Tarbox; 2) Polly Emerson
6. Hannah Long b: 1 Oct 1778 in Andover MA

Daniel-4 LONG (John-3, Shubael-2, Robert -1) b: 21 JUN 1743 in Newbury, MA; m. 31 Oct. 31 1765 in Middleton MA to Hannah Marstin/Marston.
Children of Daniel & Hannah (Marstin) Long:
1. Samuel Long, baptized in Andover MA, Sept. 18, 1774
2. Hannah Long, baptized in Andover MA, Sept 18, 1774
3. Daniel Long, baptized in Andover MA, Sept 18, 1774
4. Jedediah Long, baptized in Andover MA, Sept. 18, 1774; m. Susan Warren, daughter of Ichbod Warren and Hannah Cook. She died "widow of Jedediah Long" 1 Dec 1855 Lynn MA. [My thanks to Dr. Ken Lavelle a distant relative from the Warren line for providing info on Susan].
5. Ruth Long, baptized in Andover MA, Sept 18 1774


Fifth Generation

Benjamin-5 LONG (Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) was born 10 April 1750 in Chester NH, d. in Schenectady NY. He married Mary Colby, dau of Enoch Colby and Sarah Sargent; She b. 9 Nov 1756 in Chester NH.
Children of Benjamin Long & Mary Colby:
1. Moses Long, married 6 Feb 1811 in Troy NY to Grace Carson; she b. 1791 in Albany, Albany Co. NY. They had a daughter Elida Yates Long who m. Daniel Francis
2. Mary Long, b. 9 Nov 1782 in Newbury MA; she d. 15 Nov 1870 in Amesbury MA; married 5 July 1805 in Amesbury MA to Capt. William Colby as his 2nd wife [his first wife being Molly Currier].

Joseph-5 LONG (Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) was b. 19 Sept 1752 in Chester NH; he died 26 Nov 1836 in Chester NH; married abt 1788 to Judith Colby, dau of Enoch Colby; She b. 10 Aug 1760 in Chester NH and d. Apr. 17, 1833, a. 73 y. "They lived on the (Long) homestead and in the Greenough house."
Children of Joseph & Judith (Colby) Long:
1. +Nathan Eastman Long, b. abt 1780 in Chester NH; married Hannah Stevens Hill, [?dau of Capt. Stephen Hills]
2. +Enoch Colby Long, b. May 1790 in Chester NH; married Mary (Polly) Moore, dau of James Moore.
3. Sally/Sarah Long, b. abt 1792 in MA; died d. May 1, 1805, a. 23, unmarried.
[Important, please note. I have seen some genealogies that state this Joseph Long married Phebe Hill. That genealogy is INCORRECT and some of the correct info can be found at this link.That line is probably connected to Robert Emmet Long of Ireland line OR Joseph Longe of Dorchester MA who settled in CT and RI]

Nathan-5 LONG (Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) was b. 19 November 1764 in Chester NH; he married 1/7 January 1788 in Amesbury, Essex Co. MA to Mary/Molly Blaisdell. She b. 25 July 1766 in Amesbury MA and died 22 Feb 1805 in Amesbury MA. (From the book, "The Flanders Family From Europe to America, compiled by Edith Flanders Dunbar, 1935). He married 2nd, 1 Feb 1810 in Amesbury MA to Mrs. Nancy (Flanders) Lurvey, daughter of Jacob & Hannah (Greenfield) Flanders. She b. March 4, 1783 at Salisbury MA and d. 7 March 1871 at Salisbury MA ae 88 yr. She had married 1st (intentions 23 July 1803) 11 Dec 1803 at Salisbury MA to Capt. John Lurvey. After his death she married Capt. Nathan Long. [Note: a widowed Nancy Flanders Long, dau of Nathaniel & Hannah Flanders, b. abt 1782 in Salisbury MA, died in Salisbury 6 Jun 1870 per Salisbury records].
Children of Nathan & Mary (Blaisdell) LONG:
1. Ebenezer Long, b. 29 August 1788 in Amesbury MA; baptized 9 June 1789 in Amesbury MA
2. John Long, b. 14 March 1790; baptized 23 Aug 1791 in Amesbury MA
3. Mary/Molly/Polly Long, b. 26 May 1792; baptized 13 May 1794 in Amesbury MA
4. Rev. Joseph Augustus E. Long, b. 8 Nov 1794; baptized 11 Jan 1798 in Amesbury MA; The "History of Chester NH states he d. at Hooksett, NH 3 May 1846 (probably typo 64 not 46), age 65, but he is listed in the 1850 U.S. Census of Hooksett, NH, age 50 as a Congregational Clergyman, with wife Ami (age 45) and daughter Mary J., age 15. In the 1840 U.S. Census two children are shown, in addition to daughter Mary J. there is a son, between ages of 5-10. Nothing more is known of this son. From 1821-1832 he was the stated preacher Hampton Falls/Kensington NH, at a later period he returned for a short time; in 1834, "Lists of Marriages" were recorded by Revd. Joseph A.C. Long of Lyman, Maine.
The history of Hillsborough County, page 335 shows, "In April 1822 Joseph Augustus Long was ordained as an evangelist in Kensington, but preached only a year. Mr. Long was the son of Nathan Long, of Amesbury, Mass., graduated at Harvard College in 1818, graduated at the Cambridge Divinity School, was settled in Hooksett NH where he died."
5. Charlotte Augusta Long, b. 10 Nov 1797; baptized 11 Jan 1798 in Amesbury MA; married Rev. Benjamin Sawyer
6. +Nathan Long, b. 22 June 1799; baptized 2 Oct 1801 in Amesbury MA; married Sally Ordway
?Children of Nathan & Nancy (Flanders-Lurvey) Long:
7. Benjamin B. Long, b. 7 Sep 1810 in Amesbury MA
8. Sarah Ann Long, b. 1 Sep 1812 Amesbury MA; m. 10 Sep 1835 in Amesbury MA to Isaac Johnson
9. +William L. Long, b. 28 Apr 1814; m. 4 Jan 1844 in Salisbury MA to Elisabeth A. Hilton.
10. Susan [or Susannah] Lurvey Long, b. 15 Feb 1815 in Amesbury MA.

Enoch-5 LONG (Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b. 14 April 1758 in Newbury MA; lived on Jewett Road in Hopkinton NH; m. Mary Kimball, daughter of Abel & Mary (Chandler) Kimball. She was b. 4 Apr 1764 in Hopkinton, Merrimack County, NH and d. 1 Sep 1846. He was a cooper. Tombstones: "Mr. Enoch Long Jr. d. 16 Jan 1817 ae 59, buried Old Cemetery, Hopkinton NH AND Mary K. Long wife of Enoch Long Jr. d. 1 Sep 1846, ae 84 yrs, 4-1/2 months," both buried Old Cemetery, Hopkinton NH.
Children of Enoch & Mary (Kimball) Long [may be more ch]:
1. +Isaac Long, b. abt 1789 in Hopkinton NH; m. Abigail Hilton.

Moses-5 LONG (Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) was born 16 Oct 1760 in Newbury MA and died 3 March 1848 in Hopkinton NH. He married 17 July 1783 to Lucy Harriman, daughter of Stephen Jr. & Sarah (Mascraft) Harriman . She was born 1764 in Plaistow, Rockingham Co, NH and died 10 June 1837 in Hopkinton, NH.[Source: Richard Stout and Some Descendants-National Genealogical Society Quarterly: "Moses Long enlisted at the age of 16 years, in a Massachusetts regiment in the spring of 1777, and served three years to 1780. His regiment was sent to New York and was stationed for a time at Fort Stanwix. He was at the surrender of Burgoyne the October following and passed the terrible winter at Valley Forge. In June 1778, he participated in the Battle of Monmouth, NJ. His regiment was known as the "Cape Ann Regiment" and was in the division of General Charles Lee. He was one of the 16 men who acted as Washington's body guard the night after the battle of Monmouth."
Children of Moses & Lucy (Harriman) LONG:
1. Sarah Long, b. 25 Feb 1784 in Hopkinton NH; d. 25 FEB 1784
2. +Stephen Harriman Long, b. 30 Dec 1784 in Hopkinton, Merrimack Co. NH; married Martha Hodgkiss
3. +Moses Long, b. 26 Oct 1786 in Hopkinton NH - physician - married Rebecca Bordman.
4. Sarah Long 2d, b. 22 Sep 1788 in Hopkinton NH; married Harry/Henry Lyman, M.D. in 1808/09, a surgeon. H was a surgeon during the war of 1812. He died at Warner NH in 1829, aged 44 yrs. She d. at Lawrence MA Sept 1859. Children (LYMAN): Stephen Henry, Moses L. , Joseph Warren. [Warren was b. 1808 in Hanover NH and became a physician], Sarah and Lucy L. (not in order of birth).
5.+Deacon Enoch Long, b. 16 Oct 1790 in Hopkinton NH; m. Mary Hastings
6. Isaac Long, b. 11 July 1792 in Hopkinton NH; d. abt 1795 in Hopkinton when 3 years old, was choked to death by a bean which he drew into his windpipe.
7. +Abigail Bailey Long, b. 11 May 1794 in Hopkinton NH; died 19 Feb 1849 in Upper Alton, Madison Co IL; married 15 Feb 1826 in Hopkinton, Merrimack Co, NH to James COLBY.

8. Lucy Long, b. 24 MAR 1798 in Hopkinton NH
9. +George Washington Long, b. 21 NOV 1799 in Hopkinton NH; died in Madison Co, IL
10. Samuel Long, b. 29 AUG 1801 in Hopkinton NH; d. 26 Oct 1802 Hopkinton NH
11. Caroline Long, b. 4 NOV 1803 in Hopkinton NH; d. abt 1883 in Lawrence, Essex Co, MA; m. Bailey Bartlett, Esq. and resided in Lawrence MA.
12. +Benjamin Franklin Long, b. 1 AUG 1805 in Hopkinton NH; d. 1888 North Alton, Madison Co. IL; physician in the 1850 U.S. Census, Upper Alton IL.
13. Edward Prebble Long, b. 25 DEC 1807 in Hopkinton NH; d. 30 Nov 1847 in Alton, Madison Co, IL; m. Marcia Wells, dau of Dr. Wells of Hopkinton NH; had children, 4 boys.

Isaac-5 LONG (Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1), b. 1 Nov 1764 in Newbury MA; He removed from West Newbury MA to Hopkinton NH and resided in a home where Joseph L. Hagar later lived. He was a teacher of vocal music and was prominent in the Congregational Church, being a deacon there for many years. On 17 Dec 1793 he married Susanna Kimball, dau of Abel & Mary (Chandler) Kimball of Hopkinton NH. Dea. Isaac Long d. 10 Jan 1840, and Susanna(h) died 29 October 1855. [This biography, list of children and some further info of this life taken from "Life and Times of Hopkinton NH," by Charles Chase Lord]
Children of Isaac & Susanna (Kimball) Long [all b. in Hopkinton NH]:
1. John Cleveland Long, b. 6 October 1794; d. 11 May 1872 age 77 in Manchester MA; cabinet maker. His wife died January 2, 1874, Elsey/Elsie O. Long widow d. age 71y, 7m 19 d of consumption in Manchester MA. He married m. 6 Feb 1823 in Beverly MA to [int. 15 Dec 1822] Elsie Ober; She b. Beverly MA dau of Isaac & Anna Ober of Beverly. In 1870 census, John & wife Elsie living in Manchester MA. Only one known child, Helen Maria Long, b. 14 May 1825 [recorded both Beverly & Manchester MA].
2. Mary R. Long, b. 17 March 1796
3. +Rufus W. Long, b. 28 Dec 1797 Hopkinton NH
4. Nancy H. Long, b. 17 October 1799
5. David C. Long, b. 19 Dec 1801
6. Laura Smith Long, b. 10 Aug 1803 in Hopkinton NH; m. Joshua Morse, son of Joshua & Phoebe (Farnum) Morse. He was b. 5 July 1804 in Boscawen NH. Except for 10 yrs in Boston MA they lived in Hopkinton NH. He was a carpenter and farmer. For 4 yrs he was orderly sergeant of the Hopkinton Light Brigade. They had one ch, Helen Bruce Morse. He died 26 Dec 1883; she d. 7 Apr 1885.
7. Sally K. Long, b. 15 July 1805
8. +Edward J. Long, b. 22 Aug 1807 Hopkinton NH
9. +Isaac C. Long, b. 19 Sep 1809 Hopkinton NH
10. Charles E. Long, b. 6 July 1811
11. William Harrison Long, b: 18 SEP 1813 in Hopkinton NH. He died Nov 5, 1886 in Boston MA, age 73 yrs 1 mo 26 days of apoplexy. Had resided 479 Warren St. Boston MA. In 1850, 1870 and 1880 he is found in Boston, Suffolk Co MA (in 1860 Roxbury, Norfolk Co MA). He was fitted for college at Hopkinton Academy and entered Yale College where he graduated in 1840 (A.M.) He began a theological course, graduating in 1844. He taught at Utica NY and went to Boston MA where he was appointed sub-master of the old Washington School at Roxbury. He later became headmaster of the Dearborn School (1846-1882). He m. 25 Dec 1845 to Lucia A.D. Rollins, dau of Dea. Benajmin & Martha W. (Nevens) Rollins of Hopkinton. She was b. abt 1814 in Antrim NH, and died 24 Jan 1897 in Boston MA from Cancer of Stomach. He was a school teacher/school master. No children shown in any census, so probably no issue. The New Hampshire Antiquarian Society building in Hopkinton NH was the gift of Mrs. Long ($10,000) to honor her husband William H. Long. The building occupies the old site of the residence of the Timothy Chandler.
12. Enoch H. Long, b. 18 Dec 1815

Frederic(k) Richard-5 LONG (Robert-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1), b. 23 Dec 1749 in Concord, Merrimack Co. NH; married 7 Jan 1770 in Lancaster, Lancaster Co PA to Sarah Gross. She b. Feb 1748/49 in Conestoga, Lancaster Co. PA
Children of Frederick R. & Sarah (Gross) Long:
1. Sarah LONG, b. 11 Feb 1771 in Salem, Surry Co. North Carolina; married 8 August 1790 in Salem NC to Joseph SPACH

Darius-5 LONG (Josiah-4, John-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) was born 31 Mar 1776, d. .21 Feb 1833;
He married 1) abt 1795 to Sarah Tarbox. Sarah died Dec 1798. He married 2d) 19 Feb 1801 in Bridgton, Cumberland ME to Polly Emerson, dau. of Theodore & Lydia (Carlton) Emerson. She b. 26 Aug 1783 in Bridgton, Cumberland, ME.
Children of Darius & Sarah (Tarbox) Long:
1. Darius LONG b: 27 Mar 1796
2. Isabella LONG b: 22 Sep 1798
Children of Darius & Polly (Emerson) LONG
3. Sarah Long b: 3 Feb 1803
4. +Eliakim Long b: 30 Oct 1804 in Bridgton, Cumberland, ME; m. Jane Bisbee
5. Theodore Emerson Long b: 19 Nov 1806; m. July 1834 in Bridgton Me to Susan M Newcomb; joiner and clergyman; living in Bridgton ME in 1850 and 1870. Probably no children.
6. Benjamin Long b: 5 Jan 1809; m. Sophia --. She b. Maine abt 1804. Clergyman; In 1870 US Census living in Bridgton ME with son, Frank age 22 a carriage maker.
7. Rachel Long b: 16 Jun 1811 in Bridgton ME; m1) abt 1830 to Samuel Warren Newcomb; had children (NEWCOMB): Sarah Abbie (b 9 Aug 1832), Levi Sawyer (b 18 Jan 1834), and Andrew Rollins (b 1 Nov 1835).
Rachel Long m2) --- Barker and had issue (BARKER): Larkin.
8. Mary M. Long b: 6 Jul 1813
9. +Robert A. Long b: 26 Feb 1816; married Nancy Barker
10. +Thomas M. Long b: 8 Sep 1818; married Phebe S. --
11. +Larkin Long b: 27 Feb 1821; m. Harriet --
12. Laura Elira Long b: 30 Sep 1824
13. Charles C. Long b: 14 May 1827


Sixth Generation

Nathan-6 LONG (Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) was b. 22 June 1799 in Amesbury MA; died between 1850-1860; married 20 Oct 1832 in Amesbury MA to Sally Ordway, dau of Samuel and Sally Ordway. She b. 13 Sept 1814 in Warner NH and died after 1870.
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The 1850 U.S. Census of Hopkinton NH shows:
Nathan Long, 51, M. Shoemaker, b. MA
Sally Long, 44, F, b. NH
Samuel L., 17, M, b. MA [b. abt. 1833]
Benjamin L, 15, M, b. MA [b. abt 1835/36
Mary, 5, F, b. NH [b. abt 1845]
Charlotte, 2, F, b. NH [b. abt 1848]
Note: Moses is not shown in this census; possibly he was apprenticing with another family.
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1870 U.S. Census, New Hampshire,Merrimack, Hopkinton
Long, Salley, 64 F W [Head of Household], Keeping House, 1200/160 b NH
Long, Etta, 8 F W At Home b NH
Long, Nettie, 7 F W At Home b NH
Hook, James M. 32, M W, Farmer 1200/462 b NH
Hook Mary M, 25, F W House Keeping b NH
Hook, Lizzy C, 5 F W At Home b NH
Hook, Nathan J., 4 M W b NH
Hook, Clara B., 2 F W b NH
Hook, Charles E. 3/12 M W b NH
[Note: Mary M. Hook is wife of James M. & dau of Sally]
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Children of Nathan & Sally (Ordway) Long: [may be other children]
1. Samuel L. Long, b. 19 Apr 1833 in Amesbury MA; d. 12 Feb 1891in Southborough MA. He married Sarah Jennie --. She b. 1840 and d. 1920. Both are buried at Southborough (MA) Rural Cemetery.
2. Benjamin S. Long, b. 16 Aug 1835 in Amesbury MA; living in Hopkinton NH in 1860 census with mother Sally, age 54; and his sister, Mary, age 15; d. 27 May 1862 at sea. He m. 29 Nov 1860 at Warner NH to Firlinda/Philinda/Belinda "Melindy" Bartlett, dau of Jasper Hazen & Lucinda (Clark) Bartlett. She was b. 6 Apr 1844 in Warner NH.
Daughter, Antoinette "Netty" Ben Long b. 10 Sep 1862 at Hopkinton NH, m. 1 Apr 1876 in Hopkinton NH to Joseph H. Smart, son of George W. & Esther (Hardy) Smart.
3. +Moses Edwin Long, b. 6 April 1837 in Amesbury MA; married Almira Runnels* [Moses E. Long's parentage is verified by a copy of his birth certificate, listing Nathan & Sally (Ordway) Long as his parents].
4. +Mary Long, b. abt 1845 in NH; married James M. Hook
5. Charlotte Long, b. abt 1848


William L.-6 Long,(Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) b. 28 Apr 1814; m. 4 Jan 1844 in Salisbury MA to Elisabeth A. Hilton/Tilton. Elizabeth b. abt 1815 in MA. In 1880 they were living in Salisbury MA, owner of a livery stable, with unmarried daughter Susan living with them. Occupation: house carpenter per his son's birth record in 1846. His death record states he was a retired carriage manufacturer. He was buried at Mount Prospect Cemetery, Salisbury MA.
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1850 US Census > MA > Essex Co. > Salisbury
William Long 27 M Carpenter $1800
Elizabeth Long 27 F b NH
Charles Long 4 M b NH
Abby Shaw 21 F b NH
Nancy Long 63 F b NH
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1870 US Census > Maine > York > York
Varrell, Oliver 52 M W Farm Laborer 300 Maine
Varrell, Abby 57 F Keeping House Maine
Varrell, George 23 M Fisherman Maine
Varrell, Lizzie 20 F at school Maine [b abt 1850]
Varrell, Mary 19 F at school Maine
Varrell, Albert 17 M at school Maine
Varrell, Bradford 14 M W at schol Maine
Jenkins, Martha 86 F home 300 Maine
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1870 US Census > MA > Essex > Salisbury
Long, William L. 53 M W Stable Keeper 4000/3000 MA
Long, Elisabeth 52 F W Keeping House MA
Long, Charles W. 24 M W Wool Sorter MA
Long, Susan L. 15 F W attending School MA
Long, Nancy 88 F W no occupation MA
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1880 US Census > MA > Essex > Salisbury
Long, Wm L. W M 66 Keeps Livery MA MA MA
Long, Elisabeth A. W F 64 Wife Keeping House MA Maine MA
Long, Susan E. W F 25 daughter at home MA MA MA
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1880 US Census > MA > Essex > Salisbury
Long, Chas W. M W 34 carriage manufacturer MA MA MA
Long, Lizzie M. W F 3 wife Keeping House Maine Maine Maine
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1900 US Census > MA > Essex > Salisbury
Long, Charles W. Head W M Apr 1856 44 married 23 yrs MA MA MA
Long, Elizabeth M. wife W F Aug 1859 40 married 23 yrs 0 ch 0 living Maine Maine Maine
O'Flaherty B. Agnes servant W F June 1876 24 single Ire
Pecke, Henry B. H. Gardener W M Apr 1866 34 single Ireland
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Children of William L. & Elizabeth A. (Hilton/Tilton) Long:
1. Charles William Long, b. 14 Apr 1846 Salisbury MA, d. 19 Nov 1906 Amesbury MA; married 13 Jan 1877 in Salisbury MA to Elizabeth "Lizzie" Varrell, dau of Oliver & Abigail (Junkins) Varrell. She was born Aug 1859 in York, Maine. He was a carriage manufacturer (per his marriage record). No children.
2. Susan Elizabeth "Susie E." Long, b. 15 March 1855 Salisbury MA; m. 10 Oct 1881 in Salisbury MA to Joseph B. Willis, son of Joseph & Elizabeth Willis, a merchant, as his second wife. He was b abt 1844 in Exeter NH. He m1) Eliza M. Atwell. In 1880 Joseph is a widow, flour dealer, living in Wakefield MA with dau Gracillah and son Leon. [CHILDREN by 1st wife Eliza M. Atwell: Gracillah Maude Willis, b. 3 Dec 1871 in Boston MA; she m. 15 Jul 1896 in Boston MA to James W. Conner, son of John & Mary E. (Farnham) Conner// SON: Leon Richard Willis b. 14 Aug 1876 in Chelsea MA, d. 29 Aug 1947 in Exeter NH, who m. 9 Feb 1898 at Exeter NH to Eunice J. Blaisdell, dau of Edmund P. & Ada Etta M. (Eastman) Blaisdell.]


Isaac-6 LONG (Enoch-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b. abt 1789 in Hopkinton NH. He followed the same calling as his father, being a book-binder and farmer. For years his book-bindery and book-store stood just east of the Congregational vestry, his residence being the same building. He married abt 1813 in Concord NH to Abigail "Nabby" Hilton, dau of Aaron & Abigail "Nabby" (Ober) Hilton. She was b. 8 Feb 1788 in Manchester MA. He died 18 Sep 1861. She d. 20 July 1870 in Concord NH
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1850 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Merrimack > Hopkinton
Isaac Long 61 M Farmer 1800 NH
Abigail H. Long 61 F Mass
Harriet L. Childs 32 F NH
Enoch L. Childs 36 M Farmer NH
Hannah L. Richards 15 F Mass
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Children of Isaac & Abigail (Hilton) Long:
1. Harriet Long, b. 24 June 1816 Hopkinton NH; She m. 6 OCT 1840 to Enoch L. Childs, son of Solomon & Mary (Long) Childs. He b. 6 Oct 1808 prb in Henniker NH. No children. [from "The Rice Family," 1858 by Andrew H. Ward.
2. +Horatio H. Long, b. 25 March 1819 in Hopkinton NH
3. +Enoch Long, b. 10 Dec 1823 Hopkinton NH

Stephen Harriman-6 LONG (Moses-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) was born 30 Dec 1784 in Hopkinton, Merrimack Co. NH and died 4 Sep 1864 in Alton, Madison Co. IL. He married 3 March 1819 in Philadelphia PA to Martha Hotchkiss/Hodgkiss. She b. was born at Philadelphia PA 23 March 1800 and died at Alton IL (9 yrs after her husband) on 11 Sep 1873. [1850 US census states she was born in PA;1860 US Census states she born in NH]. Her mother was Sarah Dewces, sister of William Dewces MD an eminent physician of Philadelphia. From 1835 to 1838 Colonel Long resided in Hopkinton NH, living in the house later owned by Robert R. Kimball. He was the principal mover in the local attempt at successful silk manufacture. The draining of the village Frog-pond was also a special result of his energy and enterprise.
Biography of Stephen Harriman Long:
Long, Stephen Harriman, 1784-1864, American explorer, b. Hopkinton, N.H. As an army engineer, Long was sent on several exploring and surveying expeditions. The first in 1817 was to the region of the upper Mississippi and the Fox-Wisconsin portage; it is recorded in his Voyage in a Six-oared Skiff to the Falls of St. Anthony (1860). A journey to the Rocky Mts. in 1819-20 provided much new knowledge of the mountains. He climbed several peaks, including Long's Peak, and explored the regions of the Platte and Arkansas rivers. Edwin James's Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains (2 vol. and an atlas, 1822-23) tells of that journey. In 1823, Long led an expedition to determine the source of the Minnesota River and to study the United States-Canadian boundary W of the Great Lakes. Some of his notes were used in W. H. Keating's Narrative of an Expedition to the Source of the St. Peter's River (1824). Chosen to select a route for the Baltimore and Ohio RR, he made a survey that resulted in an authoritative railroad manual, with tables of grades and curves [from Infoplease.com]
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Longs Peak, in northern Colorado, one of the tallest of the Rocky Mountains, was first sighted (1820) and named by the American explorer Stephen Harriman Long. Long became a U.S. Army engineer in 1814 and 3 years later was sent to explore the upper Mississippi and the portage of the Fox and Wisconsin rivers. In 1820 he headed a Rocky Mountains expedition and, like Zebulon Montgomery Pike before him, reported that the area that is now Colorado was uninhabitable. This view influenced U.S. expansion for almost 4 decades. Long examined the sources of the Minnesota River and the adjacent northern boundary of the United States in 1823. He subsequently was an advisor to various railroad companies.
Bibliography: Nichols, R., and Halley, P. L., Stephen Long and American Frontier Expedition (1980). (c) 1996 Grolier, Inc.
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A second documentary, no source listed:
Stephen Harriman Long was one of many great explorers found in America history, from whom all other Americans have benefited . Stephen Long was born in Hopkinton, New Hampshire, on December 30, 1784. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1809 at the age of twenty-five. After spending a few years as a public school principal, in 1814, he became a professor of mathematics at the United States Military Academy (West Point). The following year he first became a member of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Stephen Long taught mathematics at West Point until 1816, when he was promoted to second lieutenant and one of the first officers in the newly established group of Topographical Engineers. (This corps created during the War of 1812, later became known as the Army Corps of Engineers, and eventually, in 1823, it became the United States Army corps of Topographical Engineers). As a member of the corps, he was chosen to lead major explorations to two different areas o f the United States. One of his explorations was to the area just west o f the upper portion of the Mississippi river, and his other major exploration was to the Rocky Mountain range, in the states of Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Long was chosen to lead his first expedition in 1817, to search out possible sites for army forts west of the Mississippi river. He helped find the ideal location where two major forts w ere set up, and even helped in the construction process of one of them. I n 1823 he was chosen to lead a second expedition to the area in and around Minnesota. This time he was asked to search out the sources of three major rivers. In Long's other major expedition he was chosen to lead a group of engineers to the Rocky Mountain range. Here he was given a couple of assignments. He was unsuccessful in one aspect, but overall a great deal of information was learned from this exploration. In fact, th e amount learned was compared even to that of Lewis and Clark's expedition to the area bought by the United States in the Louisiana Purchase. It was on this expedition that he and his crew are well known for initiating the use of the steamboat on the Missouri river. At the age of 40, Long was through with his explorations. He spent many of his later y ears helping to route railroads, and to guide other civil engineer projects given to him through the army corps, and with his knowledge of the geography of the United States, he was able to be of great help. Stephen Long continued to work for the corps, eventually presiding over it, until 1863, when he retired. Major Long was chosen to lead two expeditions to the upper Midwest, in and just south of the state of Minnesota. Long was chosen by the war department of the government to lead his first expedition in 1817, at the age of thirty-three. The purpose of this expedition was to search out possible areas for future army forts, or other "military installations," in the state of Minnesota, and the states along the Mississippi south of Minnesota (Bonlander, 1992; pp. 288). He was to collect both topographical and scientific information. He was also told to report on the presence of any British traders on the upper Mississippi frontier. The government hoped that Long could find areas for army forts needed not only to protect the United States fur traders from the "incursions" of the British and its traders. They also in hope that t hey could subjugate the hostile Indians of that area, that were causing problems for the United States (Bonlander, 1992; pp. 288). Long and his s mall party started their journey in early July, and first arrived in a place called Prairie du Chien. The small group traveled along the Arkansas River, and eventually up the Mississippi River as far north as the Falls of St. Anthony, in an area known today as the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
- In the 1850 U.S. Census, Stephen, wife Martha, sons William G., Henry C., and daughter Lucy are living in Louisville (Ward 7) Jefferson Co., KY.
- In the 1860 U.S. Census, Stephen and his wife Martha and son William were living in Upper Alton, Madison Co. IL.
Children of Stephen Harriman & Martha (Hotchkiss) Long:
1. William Dewees/Dewces Long b at Philadelphia Oct 11, 1820 (living with Stephen in 1850 &1860 US Census)
2. Henry Clay Long b 18 Feb 1822; became a civil engineer and died while in employ of US govt aboard the US Steamer "Montana" at LaCrosse Wis 10 Apr 1871
3. Richard Harlan Long b at Phil 3 Oct 1824; graduated West Point Military Academy, commissioned lieut in 5th infantry, died in service at Fort Gibson Ark 30 Jan 1849
4. Edwin James Long, b Baltimore 11 June 1829, died there 30 Apr 1830
5. Mary Long b: 1828 in Philadelphia, PA
6. +Lucy Leonis Long b. 13 OCT 1832 in Philadelphia, Montgomery Co., PA; died 17 Oct 1917 in Middletown, Logan, IL; married Marcus Prevost Breckenridge at Alton IL; had issue.

Dr. Moses-6 LONG (Moses-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1), b. 26 Oct 1786 in Hopkinton NH - physician - , died at Rochester NY 8 March 1858; graduated Dartmouth College, commenced practice in Concord, east village in 1813; removed from Concord in 1824; practiced 3-4 years in Hopkinton and Goffstown; went to Warner NH and from thence in 1835 to Rochester NY where he practised his profession to a limited extended but was principally engaged in the construction of bridges (the style was the invention of his brother, Col. Stephen H. Long].

Dr. Long married at South Reading MA 18 Oct 1818 to Rebecca Bordman/Boardman who was b at S. Reading MA March 1786. She died at Concord NH 14 Jan 1823 from the effects of lead poisoning accidentally mixed in the sugar used by the family. He m2) May 1826 to Mrs. Sarah Gardner Marshall who was b. at Nantucket MA in 1792 and d at Rochester NY 12 July 1860.

"Dr. Moses Long was born in Hopkinton, NH; from "Concord History" at [http://www.usgennet.org/usa/nh/county/hillsborough/goffstown/book/chap35.html] we learn the following: Commenced practice in Concord, 1813, where he resided until 1824; practiced three or four years in Hopkinton and Goffstown, and in 1829 removed from Goffstown to Warner; afterwards to Rochester, N. Y., where he was engaged with his brother in bridge construction. His wife, Rebecca, died January 20, 1823, aged 36 years, accidentally poisoned by white lead being used in the family." [from the History of Goffstown NH]. Stephen Harriman Long, brother to the Moses Long above, designed and patented a build "truss' ["The 1830 Long truss design used by Robert Murray to build the Hamden Covered Bridge in Hamden NY, Catskill Mountains, was patented by Colonel Stephen H. Long of Hopkinton, N.H." - http://www.vermontbridges.com/hamden.announce.htm]
Children of Dr. Moses & Rebecca (Boardman) Long:
1. Rebecca Boardman-7 Long, b. Concord NH 23 Aug 1819; in 1881 living in Rochester NY
2. Martha Hodgkiss-7 Long, b Concord NH 20 Nov 1820; m. Rev. K.P. Jervis of the M.E. Church on 25 Jan 1853; living in 1881
3. Nancy Ambrose-7 Long, b. 3 Nov 1822 in Concord, Merrimack Co, NH
Children of Dr. Moses & Sarah G.M. Long:
4. Sarah Gardner Long, b Warner NH 12 Feb 1830; m. Charles F. Smith at Rochester NY on 31 Oct 1850; residing in 1881 in Rochester NY

Abigail Bailey-6 LONG, (Moses-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Schubael-2, Robert-1) b. at Hopkinton NH 11 May 1794; married 15 Feb 1826 to James Colby by Rev. Mr. Hatch. They resided in Warner NH for about 10 years, then moved to Hopkinton NH, to the old Long homestead where they lived until 1850. In 1850 Mr. Colby and his family moved west with his family, settling in Alton IL. James Colby died 19 Jan 1852, aged 54 years. Abigail B. (Long) Colby died 19 Feb 1859.
Children of James & Abigail B. (Long) Colby:
1. infant son, b. abt 1828 Hopkinton NH; died in infancy
2. Lucy Long Colby, b. 21 Apr 1829 Hopkinton NH; m. 12 Nov 1849 to Theodore Alexander Stout; res. Princeton NJ
2. George H. Colby, b. 31 March 1831 Hopkinton NH; res. Alton IL
3. Sarah Lyman Colby, b. 11 Aug 1832 Hopkinton NH; teacher in the Missouri School for the Blind, St. Louis MO
4. Caroline Maria Colby, b. 14 Aug 1834 Hopkinton NH; m. 1856 to Charles H. Thomas; died at Alton IL Dec 1864
5. Carlos William Colby; b. 15 May 1837 Hopkinton NH; res. North Alton IL, soldier during the war of the Rebellion (Civil War); Medal of Honor Recipient.

Deacon Enoch-6. Long (Moses-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b. 16 Oct 1790 in Hopkinton NH, died 19 Jul 1881 in Sabula, Jackson Co, IA; He m. 29 Feb 1816 to Mary A. Hastings, dau of Moses & Miriam Hastings of Hopkington NH. She was b 17 Apr 1791 in Hopkinton NH. For more information about this line see: "Biographical sketch of Enoch Long, an Illinois pioneer" by Harvey Reid; Chicago: Fergus Print. Co., 1884, 127 pgs.
Children of Enoch C. & Mary A. (Hastings) Long:
1. Lucia Maria-7 Long, b Concord NH 24 Nov 1816; m. at Alton IL 14 May 1834 to Dr. P.W. Randle; died there 31 May 1836
2. +Moses Hastings-7 Long, b 29 Aug 1824 at Upper Alton IL, lived in Sabula Iowa
3. Stephen Henry-7 Long, b. 30 May 1831 at Upper Alton IL; died in Galena, March 15, 1848 in the 17th year of his age.

Major George Washington-6 Long (Moses-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1), b. 21 NOV 1799 in Hopkinton NH; died in Madison Co, IL; m. Maria(h) W. --- (she b in MD abt 1805 and died February 1879). Residing in Madison IL in the 1850 & 1860 census where his occupation is given as civil engineer [1850]. He graduated from West Point Military Academy in 1824, and appointed Brevet Second Lieut of the First Artillery in July of the same year, and soon after 2d Lieut. in the Fourth Artillery. During 1825-26 he was instructor in mathematics in the school for practice at Fortress Monroe, and acting-assistant professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy at West Point from Aug 31 1828-Feb 1 1829. He was commissioned First Lieutenant in 1832. He resided his army commission in 1835 and accepted the position of chief engineer of the State of Louisiana. He had many other positions and titles. He died 8 July 1880 in Alton IL.
Children of George W. & Maria W. Long:
1.Thomas S/M., b abt 1836 in MD; in 1860 US census, age 24 single living in his father's household, occupation: U.S. deputy marshall.
2. Jesse Willis, b abt 1840 in IL; in 1860 U.S. census, age 20 single living in his father's household, farmer.
3. Stephen H., b. abt 1845 in IL, later resided in Chicago IL

Rufus W.-6 LONG (Isaac-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1), b. 28 Dec 1797 Hopkinton NH; He m1) 5 Sep 1826 to Mary B. Danforth, dau of Jeremiah & Lydia Danforth. She died 28 Sep 1848, age 41y 2m 4d of consumption in Manchester MA. He m2nd) Martha M. Rollins. Tombstone: "Martha M. Rollins, wife of Rufus W. Long, b. Dec. 3, 1811, d. Sept 2, 1888, Old Cemetery, Hopkinton NH." He died 19 Feb 1887 in Boston MA, recorded and buried in Manchester MA.
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U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Manchester
Rufus W. Long 52 M Cabinet Maker 2000 NH
Martha M. Long 38 F Mass
Rufus D. Long 21 M Carver Mass
Stephen Danforth 50 M -- 800 Mass
Rebecca Danforth 49 F VA Mass
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Census > U.S. Census > 1860 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Manchester
Rufus W. Long 62 M Cabinet Maker 2000/3000 NH
Martha M. Long 49 F Massachusetts
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1870 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Manchester
Long, Rufus W. 72 M W Cabinet Maker 3000/6000 NH
Long, Martha M. 58 F W Keeping House Mass
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1880 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Manchester > District 139
Long, Rufus W. M W 82 NH Mass NH
Long, Martha M. W F 67 wife keeping house Mass Mass Mass
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1880 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Manchester > District 139
Long, Rufus D. W M 49 Carver Mass NH Mass
Long, Elisa A. W F 41 wife keeping house Mass Maine Mass
Long, Thomas W. W M 17 son attending school Mass Mass Mass
Long, Merritt A. W M 2 son Mass Mass Mass
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Children of Rufus W. & Mary (Danforth) Long:
1. +Rufus Danforth Long, b. 12 July 1829 in Manchester MA; [rec shows Westford MA marriage intentions of Rufus Long & Lucy C. Wheeler, no more info]. He married 30 November 1856 to Elisa A. Lennon, dau of Marrit & Abigail Lennon, first marriage for both (She is age 16). He d. 28 Nov 1887 in Boston MA, buried Manchester MA.
2. Mary Abba/Abby Long, b. 16 Oct 1834 in Manchester MA; d. 25 May 1847, age 12y 7m 9d of scarlet fever
3. child, died 25 March 1842 age 3 weeks, Manchester MA

Edward J.-6 LONG (Isaac-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b. 22 Aug 1807 in Hopkinton NH, and d. 29 Nov 1835 in Boston, Suffolk Co MA. He married by 1836 to Lucy A. Elliot. She b. abt. 1811 in Boston MA. He was an insurance agent/salesman.
U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Suffolk > Boston Ward 10
Edwd J. Long 43 M Merchant b NH
Lucy A. Long 39 F Mass
Edward A. Long 14 M Mass
Frederick E. Long 12 M Mass
Wm H. Long 38 Teacher NH
Lucia A. Long 34 F NH
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U.S. Census > 1860 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Suffolk > Boston Ward 10
Edward J. Long 52 Salesman 1000 NH
Lucy A. Long 49 F Mass
Fred E. Long 21 M Mass accountant
Anna M. Elliot 42 F Mass
Margaret Haynes 26 F Domestic Ireland
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1870 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Suffolk > Boston Ward 8
Long, Edward J. 62 M W Insurance Agent 1000 NH
Long, Lucy A. 62 F Keeping House Mass
Long, Frederick 32 M W clerk in store Mass
Elliott, Anna M. 54 F W no occupation
Clancey Sarah 30 F W domestic servant Ireland
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Children of Edward J. & Lucy A. (Elliot) Long:
1. Edward A. Long, b. abt 1836 MA; m. 22 Nov 1859 to Ann Jeanette Marble. On marriage record he is age 23, clerk, residing Boston MA. She is age 22, b. Charlestown, dau of Solomon & Mary Ann Marble. He died 12 March 1901 in Boston MA.
2. Frederick/Frederick "Fred" E. Long, b. abt 1838 MA; m. 19 Sep 1878 to Mahala (Swan) Barry. At the time of his marriage he was 40, clerk in Boston MA. She was 32 resident of Boston MA, dau of Daniel & Betsey Swan. First marriage for him, third for her. She died in Templeton MA in 1893. In 1880 Edward & Mahala living in Boston MA, with Anna Eliot his aunt living with them. No children in that census

Isaac C.-6 LONG (Isaac-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1)b. 19 Sep 1809 in Hopkinton NH. He m. 9 May 1839 to W. Amiada Everett, dau of Linus Smith-7 & Sophia (Moore) Everett. She b. 9 May 1819. Residing in Somerville MA in 1892. [from Everett Family Genealogy, NEGHS]. He d. 8 May 1873 of Phthisis in Somerville, Worcester Co MA.
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U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > New York > Kings > Williamsburg
Isaac C. Long 40 M Merchant NH
Ormida Long 30 F N.S. [?Nova Scotia]
Annette Long 4 F Massachusetts
Edith Long 1 M [?] N.Y.
Cornelia Everitt 20 F Massachusetts
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U.S. Census > 1860 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Middlesex > Somerville
Isaac C. Long 50 M Bookkeeper 500 NH
Armida Long 40 F NY
Annette Long 40 F Mass
Edith Long 11 F NY
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U.S. Census > 1880 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Middlesex > Somerville > District 489
Long, Armida E., W F 60 keeping house NY VT Mass
Long, Annette E. W F 33 dau school teacher Mass NH NY
Long, Edith E. W F 29 dau at home NY NH NY
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Children of Isaac C. & W. Amiada (Everett) Long:
1. Annette Long, b. abt 1846 MA
2. Edith Long, b. abt 1849 NY
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Benjamin Franklin-6 Long (Moses-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1), b. Hopkinton NH 1 Aug 1805; d. 1888 North Alton, Madison Co. IL; in 1882 living at N. Alton IL; physician. His studies were pursued in the office of his brother-in-law, Dr. Henry Lyman and in the Medical Institutions at Pittsfield MA and Hanover NH (Dartmouth College). From the latter he obtained his diploma as MD about 1829 or 1830. After practising about a year in Warner NH, he planed to move to St. Martin's Parish LA on 1 Oct 1831 where his brother Major George W. Long was stationed. Upon arriving at Upper Alton IL where his brother's Col. S.H. and Enoch were living he was persuaded to live there instead.; physician in the 1850 U.S. Census, Upper Alton IL.; married Hannah -- (she b abt 1815 in Maine); In the 1860 US Census this family is living in Madison IL next door to his brother George W. and is listed as the president of an insurance company.
Children of Benjamin F. & Hannah Long: (may be more children)
1. James S., b abt 1840 in IL; single in 1860 census, living with parents, occupation farmer
2.
George F, b. abt 1845 in IL; single in 1860 census, living with parents.

Nathan Eastman-6 LONG (Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), was b. abt. 1780 in Chester NH; married 1801 in Chester NH to Hannah Stevens Hill(s), dau of Capt. Stephen & Anna (Stevens) Hills of Brentwood NH. She b. abt 1780 in NH:
Children of Nathan Eastman & Hannah (Hill) Long:
1. Nancy Long, b. 29 April 1802 in Newburyport MA [twin]
2. Nathan Eastman Long, b. 29 April 1802 in Newburyport MA [twin]; [?d.y. as 2nd son named Nathan]
3. Joseph Long, b. 20 January 1804 in Newburyport MA
4. Charles Long b: 8 May 1806 in Newburyport, MA
5. Sally,
b 17 Apr 1808
6. +Nathan Enoch Long, b. 26 June 1810 in Newburyport MA; married Nancy Jane Lewis.

Enoch Colby-6 LONG (Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), b. May 1790 in Chester NH; died 18 March 1863 in Chester NH; married 1825 in Chester NH to Mary/Polly Moore, dau of James Moore. She b. Sep 1804 in Chester, Rockingham Co, NH, and died 21 March 1892, a. 87 y. 6 m.
Children of Enoch C. & Mary (Moore) Long:

1. Sarah, b. 27 Jan 1826 in Chester NH
2. Judith Colby, b. 19 Feb 1828 in Chester NH; married bef 1851 to William P WHITTEMORE. He b. about 1819.
3. Nancy Young, b. 20 Jan 1830 in Chester NH
4. Maria Lydia, b. 29 Aug 1832 in Chester NH; She married Horace Warren at Ludlow, VT, Sept. 6, 1858. In 1861 they removed to Michigan and settled in Chikaming township and in 1881 they removed to section 23 in Three Oaks township where they resided at the time of her death. Her children, Emma M. (Mrs. Walter L. Phillips), Adelia C., Eva Belle (Mrs. John Henry Barnes), May [Mae] Flower, and Patty (Mrs. Guy Carleton Love), all survived her "and resided in this and adjoining townships." She was buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Another daughter Nellie, b 1869 died at age 3, and a son, Horace F Warren, born 29 Sept 1870 and died of diarrhea at the age of 3 months 25 days in Chickaming MI.
5. Elizabeth W., b. 17 Nov 1834 in Chester NH
6. Mary W., b. 22 Mar 1837 in Chester NH
7. Page T., b. 9 Nov 1840 in Chester NH; d. Apr. 5, 1909; in 1900 single and living in Chester, Rockingham Co NH
8. +Joseph E.-7 Long, b. 30 Sep 1843 in Chester NH
; m Martha Wheeler


Eliakim-6 LONG (Darius-5, Josiah-4, John-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) was born 30 Oct 1804 in Bridgton, Cumberland, ME; he married 27 May 1827 in Bridgton, Cumberland ME to Jane Bisbee, dau of Moses Bisbee and Ellen Buck. She b. 3 Aug 1803 in Buckfield ME
Children of Eliakim & Jane (Bisbee) Long:
1. Thursia Jane Long, b. 27 May 1828 in Portland, ME; m. 26 Nov 1843 in Bridgton, Cumberland, ME to Frederick Greenleaf Emerson
2. Celia A. Long b: 5 Aug 1831 in Bridgton, Cumberland, ME
3. Charles Darius Long b: 5 Dec 1835 in Bridgton, Cumberland, ME
4. Alonzo E. Long b: 11 Aug 1836; married 31 Dec 1856 in Portland, ME to Rachel D. Gribbon

Robert A.-6 LONG (Darius-5, Josiah-4, John-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) [Robert Andrews] was born 26 Feb 1816; he married Nancy Barker. Joiner; in 1850 residing in Bridgton, Cumberland Co Maine. Blacksmith.
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U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Maine > Cumberland > Bridgton
Robert A. Long 35 M Joiner 500 Maine
Nancy Long 37 F Maine
George M. Long 11 M Maine
Lora E. Long 8 F Maine
Sybel A. Long 6 F
Victoria Long 4 F
Sarah A. Long 3 F
Allice J. Long 1 F
Mary Long 67 F
Theodore E. Long 40 M Joiner
Susan M. Long 38 F
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Children of Robert A. & Nancy (Barker) Long:
1. George M. Long b: 16 Nov 1839
2. Laury/Lora E. Long b: 24 Jul 1841
3. Sibel/Sybel Ann Long b: 24 Aug 1843
4. Victoria Jennett Long b: 13 Sep 1845
5. Sarah Eldora Long b: 18 May 1847
6. Alice/Allice Jane Long b: 20 May 1849
7. John Mitte Long b: 4 Oct 1852
8. Darling Long b: 26 Jul 1854

Thomas M.-6 LONG (Darius-5, Josiah-4, John-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) was born 8 Sep 1818. He married Phebe S. --.
Children of Thomas M. & Phebe S. Long
1. Franklin Long b: 14 May 1848
2. Harriet N. Long b: 22 May 1851

Larkin-6 LONG (Darius-5, Josiah-4, John-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b: 27 Feb 1821 in Bridgton, Cumberland Co ME and d. 23 Jun 1894 in Lynn Essex MA; m. 9 Oct 1849 in Conway Carroll NH to Harriet Leavitt, dau of Jonathan & Elizabeth (Hutchins) Leavitt. She b. 12 Sep 1819 in Conway NH and d. 23 Nov 1885 in Lynn MA. He was a clergyman. In 1860 living in Hiram, Oxford Co ME
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U.S. Census > 1860 United States Federal Census > Maine > Oxford > Hiram
Larkin A. Long 38 M Clergyman 150 b Maine
Harriet Long 39 F b NH
David Long 10 M b Maine
Helene Long 8 F b Maine
Mary Long 5 F b Maine
Hattie Long 1 F b Maine
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Children of Larkin & Harriet (?) LONG:
1. Eugene David Long, b. 17 Feb 1850 in Bridgton Cumberland Maine; m. 1872 to Ann "Annie" Brown. She was b. 14 Sep 1849 in Maine. Had children: Rosa H. Long, b. abt 1873 in NH and Sarah L. Long, b. abt 1878 in MA
2. Helene/Helena Long, b abt 1852 in Maine
3. Mary Long, b. Jan 1855 in Maine; she m. 23 Dec 1873 in Lynn, Essex Co., MA to George Desnoyes. He was b. 15 Jun 1852 in Lynn, Essex Co., MA.
4. Hattie, b. Jun 1858 in Maine
5. +Lillian Long, b. 4 Sep 1860 in Hiram, Oxford Co. Maine
6. Laura B. Long, b. 26 Nov 1863 in Eaton, Carroll Co. NH; d. 1946 in Lynn Essex Co. MA; she m. 1886 in Eaton, Carroll Co NH to Frank Russell. He b. 5 May 1857 in Ipswich MA, and d. 1941 in Lynn MA.


Seventh Generation

Benjamin S-7. Long, (Nathan-6, Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) b. 16 Aug 1835 in Amesbury MA; living in Hopkinton NH in 1860 census with mother Sally, age 54; and his sister, Mary, age 15; d. 27 May 1862 at sea. He m. 29 Nov 1860 at Warner NH to Firlinda/Philinda/Belinda "Melindy" Bartlett, dau of Jasper Hazen & Lucinda (Clark) Bartlett. She was b. 6 Apr 1844 in Warner NH.
Children of Benjamin S. & Philinda (Bartlett) Long:
1. Etta Mary Long, b. 2 Sep 1861in Hopkinton NH; m. 29 Sep 1878 in Hopkinton NH to Oscar N. Chase, son of Nathaniel C. & Nancy F. (Currier) Long.
2. Antoinette "Netty" Ben Long b. 10 Sep 1862 at Hopkinton NH, m. 1 Apr 1876 in Hopkinton NH to Joseph H. Smart, son of George W. & Esther (Hardy) Smart.



Moses Edwin Long
Moses Edwin Long

Moses Edwin-7 LONG
(Nathan-6, Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), b. 6 April 1837 in Amesbury MA; died 15 March 1890 in "Mast Yard" Concord NH; he married 20 Oct 1859 to Almira Runnels, dau of Samuel Runnels and Anner Abbott. She b. 16 May 1841 in Concord NH and died 6 Feb 1919 in "Penacook" Concord NH. In the 1860 census he is shown living with his wife Almira and his in-laws, Samuel and Anna Runnels. In the 1870 census of Concord (1st ward), Merrimack Co. NH, Moses Edwin Long is living with his wife Almira R. and children, John E., Herbert I., Minnie A., Frank G. and Emma J.F.
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1860 US Census of NH; Merrimack Co; Concord
Runnels, Samuel, 63, 900/275, farmer, b. Mass
Runnels, Anna, 59, F. b NH
Runnels, Louiza I., 25, teacher, b. NH
Runnels, Emily, 22, weaver, b NH
Runnels, Anna A., 16, b. NH
Long, Moses E, 23, 300/400 farmer b. Mass.
Long, Almira R, 19, b. NH
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Children of Moses Edwin & Almira (Runnels) LONG:
1. John Edwin Long, b. 5 Jan 1861; d. 7 Aug 1939 Tilton NH; married 16 April 1894 to Nancy J. McAllister, dau of Alexander & Rhoda J. (Bean) McAllister. Nancy was b. 11 Sep 1864 in Salisbury NH. She married 1st) 23 June 1885 to Fred Tucker; living in Franklin, Merrimack Co NH in 1910, he was a machinist.
2. +Herbert Ira Long, b. 1 June 1864; married Elizabeth Porter .
3. +Minnie Almira Long, b. 16 March 1866; married Charles Albert Kilborn
4. Frank Gilman Long, b. 23 June 1868; d. 26 April 1948; married 25 Dec 1893 in W. Concord NH to Bertha M. Morse, dau of Austin & Eliza Ann (Barney) Morse. She was b 15 Oct 1874 in Grafton NH, d. 5 Nov 1900 at Pillsbury Hospital in Concord NH
5. +Emma Jane Frances Long, b. 14 Feb 1870; married Walter Provo.
6. George Peter Cyrus Long, b. 11 April 1872; d. 11 Jul 1880
7. +Anna Long, b. 28 July 1874; married Thomas Spaulding
8. Ellen Long, b. 8 July 1879 in Concord NH; married 5 JUL 1898 in NH to Joseph H. Besette. He b. Nov 1871 in Boscawen, NH
9. +Addie Long, b. after 1879; m. Otis Starkweather, had 4 children.

Mary-7 Long (Nathan-6, Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), b. abt 1845 in NH; married James M. HOOK who was born abt. 1838. In 1870 US Census living with Mary's mother Salley [sic] Long in Hopkinton NH.
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1870 U.S. Census, New Hampshire,Merrimack, Hopkinton
Long, Salley, 64 F W [Head of Household], Keeping House, 1200/160 b NH
Long, Etta, 8 F W At Home b NH
Long, Nettie, 7 F W At Home b NH
Hook, James M. 32, M W, Farmer 1200/462 b NH
Hook Mary M, 25, F W House Keeping b NH
Hook, Lizzy C, 5 F W At Home b NH
Hook, Nathan J., 4 M W b NH
Hook, Clara B., 2 F W b NH
Hook, Charles E. 3/12 M W b NH
[Note: not sure whose children the above Etta and Nettie belong to, as Sally was probably too old to be their mother, but its not impossible].
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Known children of James M. & Mary (Long) HOOK:
1. Elizabeth/Lizzy Hook, b. abt 1865 NH
2. +Nathan J. Hook, b. abt 1866-7 NH; married Grace Elizabeth Steele
3. Clara B. Hook, b.abt 1868 NH
4. Charles E Hook, b. abt1870
NH

Lucy Leonis-7 LONG (Stephen-6, Moses-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b. 31 Oct 1832 in Philadelphia, Montgomery, PA; died 17 Oct 1917 in Middletown, Logan, IL; married Marcus Stanhope Prevost BRECKINRIDGE, son of William Lewis & Frances Caroline (Prevost) Breckinridge in Louisville, Jefferson Co KY 22/23 Jan 1853 . Marcus was born born 17 Oct 1830 in Cabell's Dale, Fayette County, KY. The family migrated to Alton IL along with the Long family in 1858.
Known children of Marcus P. & Lucy L. (Long) BRECKENRIDGE:
1. Stephen Long BRECKINRIDGE b: 4 Jul 1854 in Kentucky; in 1900 a physician, single, living in Riverside, Cook Co. IL
2. +William Lewis BRECKINRIDGE b: 27 Jun 1857 in Kentucky
3. Theodosia ("Theo") Provost BRECKINRIDGE b: 27 Feb 1860
4. Lucy Long BRECKINRIDGE b: 15 Oct 1862; IL,; married Truman Ashly Taylor about 1888 in or near Alton, Madison Co., Illinois. Refer to the 1900 census of Truman Taylor who resided at 805 Franklin Street, Alton, Madison Co., IL, 1900. His mother-in-law, Lucy L. Breckenridge, b. Oct 1835 Penn lived in his household in 1900. Truman and Lucy Taylor were the parents of five children: Ashley Breckinridge, Marcus Prevost, Lucian, Theodosia, and William.
5. Marcus Prevost BRECKINRIDGE b: 28 Nov 1865 [in 1880 15 yr old Marcus is not in the household of his mother, so either he had died, or left home early]
6. Richard BRECKINRIDGE b: 22 Jan 1869 [in 1880 US Census of Alton IL living with his mother and sister Lucy]
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1860 US Census, Upper Alton, Madison Co IL shows:
Breckenridge, WILLIAM, 29, Doctor, b NY
", Lucy, 27, b. PA
", Stephen, 5, b. KY
", William, 3, b. KY

Horatio H.-7 Long (Isaac-6, Enoch-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b. 25 March 1819 in Hopkinton NH; m. 25 Sep 1847 in NH to Mary Jane Bailey. He resided in St. Louise, MO but died in Hopkinton NH 21 Sept 1851 while visiting there. He was a pioneer photographer of St. Louis as early as 1850. At a special meeting held at the gallery of John H. Fitzgibbon on 7 October 1851 the daguerreians of St. Louis passed several resolutions honoring him. "In 1844-1845 he was listed at 96 Washington Street, Boston, Mass., in partnership with E. Long. Stamped on brass mat of sixth plate daguerreotype, "H. Long"; written on reverse of image, "March 13th, 1844. H.H. Long/ 96 Washington St." From 1848 to 1851 he was listed in St. Louis, Mo., at the southeast corner of Third and Market Streets, probably in partnership with E.E. Long that entire time"[Info Source]
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1850 US Census > Missouri > St. Louis > Ward 3
H.H. Long 30 M Daguerrea Typist New Hampshire
M.J. Long 28 F New Hampshire
Frederick C. Long 1 M Missouri
Catharine White 24 F Ireland
Enoch Long 26 M. Daguerrea Typist NH
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Children of Horatio H & Mary J. (Bailey) Long:
1. Frederick H. Long, b. 7 July 1849 Hopkinton NH [1850 census stats Missouri]; d. 20 Nov 1928 in Chicago, Cook Co. NH, buried 22 Nov 1928 in Graceland Cemetery, occupation Mining Engineer. resided 1617 Fargo Avenue. He m Anna G. "Ann" Vandorn, dau of John K. & Maria (Miller) Vandorn She b. 1 Dec 1848 in Quincy IL and d. 3 Nov 1931 in Chicago, Cook IL. She is buried in Graceland Cemetery, Chicago IL.


Enoch-7 LONG
(Isaac-6, Enoch-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) was b. 10 Dec 1823 in Hopkinton NH. In early life he attended Hopkinton Academy, and became a photographer. He lived in Hopkinton until 1842, then travelled 4 years and then lived in St. Louis MO until 1866, then in Quincy, Adams Co IL where he died January, 1898. He was many years a deacon of the Congregational Church. On 21 Sep 1853 he married Sarah C. Miller, dau of Joseph & Sarah M. (Burnham) Miller of Quincy MA. She was b. abt 1829 in CT.
Children of Enoch & Sarah C. (Miller) Long:
1. Arthur H. Long
2. Harriet E. Long
3. Ella M. Long, b. abt 1859 in MO
4. George E. Long, b. abt 1862 in IL


Moses Hastings-7 LONG (Deacon Enoch-6, Moses-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b 29 Aug 1824 at Upper Alton IL, lived in Sabula Iowa. He married 5 Nov 1847 in Sangamon Co IL to Hannah E. Archer. She b. 20 March 1827 in Salem, Essex, MA. In 1860 living in Galena IL with parents living next door.

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U.S. Census > 1860 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Jo Daviess > Galena Ward 3
Moses H. Long 34 M lumber merchant 1000/1000 Ills
Hannah E. Long 33 F Mass
Lucia M. Long 10 F Ills
Henry P. Long 8 M Ills
Cornelia A. Long 6 F NH
--living next door--
Enoc Long 68 M lumber merchant 1000/2000 NH
Mary H. Long 68 F New Hampshire
W.H. Payne 19 M Laborer Lumber Yard Ills
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1880 United States Federal Census > Iowa > Jackson > Sabula > District 317
Long, Moses H. W M 54 lumber merchant IL NH NH
Long, Hannah E. W F 53 wife keeping house MA MA MA
Long, Willie E. W M 18 son IL IL Mass
Long, Jessie H. W F 13 dau Iowa IL Mass
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Children of Moses H. & Hannah E. (Archer) Long:
1. Lucia Maria Long, b. 10 Oct 1849 in Illinois; married Joseph T. Cook.
2. Henry Bradley Long, b. 11 Apr 1851 in Illinois; died 9 Sep 1871.
3. Cornelia Archer Long, b. 18 Sep 1853 in Illinois; m. 18 Sep 1879 to George F. Kimball. Had issue [Kimball]: Lathy Archer and Merl Hastings.
4. +William Ellsworth "Willie" Long, b. 24 Apr 1862 in Illinois
5. Jessie Hastings Long, b. abt 1867 in Illinois

Rufus Danforth-7 LONG, (Rufus W.-6, Isaac-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b. 12 July 1829 in Manchester MA. He married 30 November 1856 to Elisa/Eliza A. Lennon, dau of Marrit & Abigail Lennon, first marriage for both (She is age 16). He d. 28 Nov 1887 in Boston MA, buried Manchester MA. In 1910 she is living with her son Thomas W. in Manchester MA. That same census states she had 3 children and 2 were living in 1910.
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U.S. Census > 1870 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Manchester
Long, Rufus D. 41 M W Cabinet Maker $800 MA
Long, Eliza A. 32 F W Keeping House MA
Long, Freddie J. 8 M Attending School MA
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U.S. Census > 1880 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Manchester > District 139
Long, Rufus D. M W 49 carver Mass NH Mass
Long, Elisa A. W F 41 wife keeping house Mass Maine Mass
Long, Thomas W. W M 17 son attending school Mass Mass Mass
Long, Merritt A. W M 2 son Mass Mass Mass
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Children of Rufus D. & Eliza A. (Lennon) Long:
1. Freddie J., b. abt 1861 prob Manchester MA; prob died young
2. +Thomas W. Long, b. 11 July 1862/64 Manchester MA
3. Merritt A. Long, b. June 1877 prob. Manchester MA; in 1900 living with his brother Thomas in Manchester MA, single then the proprietor of a laundry; in 1910 boarding in Lowell MA, his occupation shown as physician, general practice. In 1913 the Lowell MA directory shows him as assistant physician at the Ayer Home for Young Women and Children, and rooming at 226 Merrimack St., Room 7.

Nathan Enoch-7 Long, (Nathan Eastman-6, Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) b. 26 June 1810 in Newburyport MA, and died 15 Oct 1872 in Marion County, Arkansas, and is buried in Hart Co MO; He married 1st) 26 Jan 1842 to Nancy Jane Lewis. Nancy was born 27 May 1814 in Edinboro PA and died 16 July 1866. Nathan Enoch Long left Mass. in search of his brother, who was killed at the Battle of Pea Ridge. He apparently did return, only to sell off his previous wife's estate.
He married 2d) Malinda/Melinda Friend. [Reportedly Nathan Enoch met Hallie (last name unknown) in Lebanon Missouri and had a son with her, George E. Long, b.1865]. In 1860 living in Cussewago, Crawford Co PA with wife Nancy, and children Mary (12), Josephine (10), Eber (8) and Enoch (5).In 1870 US Census living in North Folk, Marion Co., AK with wife Malinda, and children Eber L. (18), Enoch (16) and Hannah (1).
Children of Nathan Enoch & Nancy J. (Lewis) Long: [may be other children]:
1. Sarah Anne Long, b 1842; m. James Payne
2. Mary Jane Long, b. 1847, m. Isaac Payne
3. Josephine "Josi" Long, b. 1850
4. +Eber Lewis Long, b. 22 Apr 1852 in PA, married Sarah Jane Bias, and had children
5. +Enoch Eastman ["Dean"] Long, b. 11 Aug 1854 in Cussewago Twp. Crawford Co. PA; He married Mary Herron/Herrin/Herrean
Children of Nathan Enoch Long & Hallie (?)
6. George E. Long, b. 1865
Children of Nathan Enoch & Malinda (Friend) Long:
7. Hannah Long b 1869 in AK, m. Nathan Henderson abt 1889
8. unidentified Long

Joseph E.-7 Long (Enoch C.-6, Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), b: 30 Sep 1843 in Chester, NH; married by 1870 to Mrs. Martha A. Wheeler. She b. abt 1843 in NH. Children by her first husband, ---- Wheeler include Thirsa M. (b abt 1871) and Samuel/Sumner A (b abt 1873).
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1870 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Rockingham > Chester
Long, Joseph E. 27 M W Farmer b NH
Long, Martha A. 27 F W Keeping House b NH
Wheeler, Thirsa M 9 M W
Wheeler, Samuel A 7 W M
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1880 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Rockingham > Salem > District 232
Long, Joseph E. M W 37 works in mill b NH
Long, Martha A. W F 38 wife Keeping House b NH
Wheeler, Thursa M. W F 18 stepdaughter works in shoe shop
Wheeler, Sumner A W M 16 step son at school b NH
Long, Herbert W W M 10 son at home b NH
Long, Jennie E W F 7 dau at home b NH
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Children of Joseph E. & Martha (Mrs. Wheeler) Long:
1. +Herbert W. Long, b abt 1870 in NH
2. Jennie E. Long, b abt 1873 in NH

Lillian-7 Long, (Larkin-6, Darius-5, Josiah-4, John-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b. 4 Sep 1860 in Hiram, Oxford Co. Maine, and d. 26 July 1922 in Lynn, Essex Co MA. She married 26 Apr 1880 in Lynn MA to Sumner Bartlett Brackett. He b. 11 Apr 1858 in Lynn, MA.
Child of Sumner Bartlett & Lillian (Long) Brackett:
1. Frederick Herbert Brackett, b. 26 May 1884 in Lynn, Essex Co. MA, and d. 26 May 1959 in Livinston, Suffolk Co., MA. He was buried in Everett, Middlesex Co MA. He married 19 Apr 1913 in Livingston MA to Jenny Margaret Haslam. Had children: Harold Frederick, Charles Oliver, Marjorie Lillian and Francis Irving.


Eighth Generation

Herbert Ira-8 LONG (Moses Edwin-7, Nathan-6, Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), b. 1 June 1864 in Concord NH; married 15 Nov 1893 in Boscawen NH to Elizabeth "Lizzie" B. Porter, daughter of Charles & Susan B. (Ladd) Porter. She was born March 1875 in NH.
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1930 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Merrimack > Concord > District 9
LONG, Herbert I, Head $1700 M W 65 married at age 28, NH MA NH Blacksmith
Long, Elizabeth B., Wife F W 55 married at age 18, NH VT NH
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LONG, Harry D Head M W 30 married at age 23, NH woodworker lumber co
LONG, Laura G, wife F W 26 married at age 19, NH Canada-French, Canada-French spooler in woolen mill
LONG, Arline E, dau F W 6 single born NH
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Children of Herbert Ira & Elizabeth (?) Long:
1. Hazel Irene Long, b. 9 January 1895 in Webster, Merrimack Co. NH; she married 21 Sep 1914 to Frank John Kenney. He b. 6 Nov 1899 in NH. He was an overseer of the state prison. They had one child, Paul Herbert Kenney who was b. 22 Nov 1915 and died 19 Dec 1937 in Concord NH, from a skull fracture, the result of an automobile accident where the vehicle skidded into a pole.
2. Harry D. Long, born 18 August 1899 in NH and d. May 1980 in Concord NH. He m. 7 Oct 1922 in Penacook, NH to Laura G. Grenier, dau of Peter & Mary (Dionne) Grenier. She b. 11 may 1902 in Hooksett NH, and d. April 1995. Known child: Arlene Elizabeth Long, b 1923 in NH. She m. 11 Aug 1945 in Concord NH to Richard Willis Atkinson, son of Clinton H. & Hattie (Garland) Atkinson.

Minnie A. Long & Charles A. Kilborn
Minnie A. Long
& her husband Charles A. Kilborn

Minnie Almira-8 LONG (Moses Edwin-7, Nathan-6, Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), was born 16 March 1866 in Boscawen/Concord NH; died 27 Sep 1890 in Webster NH; married 6 Sep 1882 in Webster NH to Charles Albert Kilborn, son of Albert Plummer & Abigail (Tuttle) Kilborn. Charles A. was born 16 Dec 1857 in Boscawen NH and died between 1912/1914. After Minnie's death, Charles A. Kilborn married 2) Emma J. Fretts
Children of Charles Albert & Minnie Almira (Long) KILBORN:
1. Mattie Almira KILBORN, b. 17 Apr 1885 in Webster NH; married Clarence Leroy WEBSTER
2. Albert Plummer KILBORN, b. 10 Apr 1887 in Webster NH; married Grace ROCK
3. Vina KILBORN, b. 1889; died 7 July 1890 in Webster NH
Children of Charles Albert & Emma J. (Fretts) KILBORN:
4. Henry Richard KILBORN, b. 28 July 1898 in Merrimack NH; died July 1997 in Sacramento California; never married, no children.

Emma Jane Frances-8 LONG (Moses Edwin-7, Nathan-6, Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), b. 14 Feb 1870 in Webster NH; She married 1st) 15 Jan 1896 to Walter Edwin Gilman; she married 2nd) 21 April 1908 to Walter Provo, son of Alfred & Betsey (Perry) Provo. He had m1st) 6 Nov 1879 to Ida M. Currier, dau of Charles Currier
Child of Walter Edwin & Emma J.F. (Long) Gilman:
1. Madeline Bell Gilman, b. 18 Nov 1896 in Boscawen NH; d. 5 Apr 1951; She m 1 Sep 1915 to Philip James Doherty, son of James C. & Mary Jane (Phillips) Doherty.
Children of Walter & Emma J. F. (Long) PROVO:
1. Walter PROVO, b. 16 April 1908, d. 8 June 1991
2. Lillian V. PROVO, b. 21 Jan 1916 Concord NH; d. 13 Oct 1934 at the NH State Hospital, an inmate there 3 years 2 months, formerly from Penacook NH, single. Her death records state her parents were Lubert Bugbee and Nettie Peterson, however Concord NH records state the "Lillian Viola Bugbee" was the 4th child of Lubert E. & Meta (Perkins) Bugbee, her father a carpenter b. in Lebanon NH, her mother b. in Tilton NH. NH records also show that Lubert Earl Bugbee, son of Horace L. & Minnie (Butterfield) Bugbee m. 1 June 1911 in Concord NH to Metta Ethel Perkins, dau of Elmer S. & Annie E. (Senter) Perkins.

Anna Louise-8 LONG (Moses Edwin-7, Nathan-6, Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), b. 28 July 1874, d. 4 June 1946 at Hopkinton, NH; married 22 Nov 1899 at Concord NH to Thomas Spaulding, son of Thomas & Margaret (Hinds) Spaulding. He was b. July 1874 in NH and d. 30 March 1940 in Concord NH.
Children of Thomas & Anna (Long) SPAULDING:
1. Robert Thomas SPAULDING, b. 20 Apr 1900
2. Mary Louisa SPAULDING, b. 10 Nov 1902; married Joseph Edward A. MEE
3. Emeline Elizabeth SPAULDING, b. 16 June 1909 in NH; married Lorenzo DANE
4. Dorothy Mae SPAULDING, b. 8 March 1912 in NH; married 8 Oct 1944 to Harrison WALKER, son of Abraham and Mabel (Bradbury) Walker.

Addie-8 LONG (Moses Edwin-7, Nathan-6, Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), b. between 1879-1881; m.1) - - Littlefield; m2) Otis Starkweather
Children of Addie Long & - - LITTLEFIELD:
1. Ernest A. LITTLEFIELD, b. abt. 1900; married Flora A. -- and had daughter, Eva.
Children of Otis & Addie (Long) Starkweather:
2. Louise/Louisa STARKWEATHER, b. about 1903; married -- Boullard
3. Cyrus STARKWEATHER, b. 11 Oct 1904 NH; d. Dec 1985 Wilmot, Merrimack Co NH
4. Jennie STARKWEATHER
, b. about 1918

Nathan J.-8 HOOK (Mary-7 Long, Nathan-6, Nathan-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) was born abt 1866-7 NH; married Grace Elizabeth Steele. Living in Deerfield IL in 1920; living in Warner NH in 1930.
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1920 U.S. Census, Illinois, Lake Co. Deerfield, ED# 246
Hook, Nathan, Head, M W 52 Married, born NH, fa born NH, mo born NH; farmer
Hook, Grace, wife, W F 42 Married, born Michigan, fa born IL, mo born Michigan
Hook, Arthur, son, W M 23 single, born IL, fa born NH, mo born Michigan
Hook, Nathan, son, W M 22 single, born IL, etc.
Hook, Stewart, son W M 19 single born IL, etc.
Hook, Grace, dau, W F 21 single born IL etc
Hook, Ruth, dau, W F 18 single born IL etc
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1930 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Merrimack Co, Warner, District 54
174 Pleasant Pond Road
Hook, Nathan J., Head, $2500, M W 63 Married at age 28, b NH, father b NH, mother born NH; Farmer
Hook, Grace E., wife, F W 52, married age 17, b. Michigan, Fa b. IL, mo born Canada
Hook, Nathan W., son, M W 32 b Illinois, fa b Michigan, mo b. Illinois; farm laborer
Atwood, Nathan J, grandson, 4-1/2, b. IL, fa b Missouri, mo born IL
Atwood, Milton C., grandson, 7, b. IL, fa b Missouri, mo born IL
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Known children of Nathan J. & Grace E. HOOK:
1. Arthur Hook, born abt 1897 in IL
2.
Nathan W. Hook, born abt 1898 in IL
3. Grace Hook, born abt 1899 in IL
4. Stewart Hook, born abt 1901 in IL
5. Ruth Hook, born abt 1902 in IL
[one of these daughters probably married -- Atwood]

William Lewis-8 BRECKINRIDGE (Lucy Leonis-7 LONG, Stephen-6, Moses-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b: 27 Jun 1857 in Kentucky; he married about 1890 to Irene --. She b. Feb 1869 in Alton, Illinois. In July 1936 she is found on a New York Passenger List on the ship Pilsudski from Copehagen, with her son Frank P. At the time her address is Hyde Park Hotel, Chicago IL, and her sons is 1122 East 52nd Street, Chicago IL.
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U.S. Census > 1900 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Cook > Chicago Ward 32 > District 1019
Wm L Breckinridge 43 M W June 1857 43 married 10 yrs KY KY KY Civil Engineer
Irene Breckinridge 36 F W Feb 1869 36 married 10 yrs 2 ch 2 living IL NY NY
Wm L Breckinridge 8 W M Sep 1882 8 single Iowa KY IL at school
Frank P Breckinridge 2 W M May 1898 2 single Iowa KY IL
Tina Jarl 22 servant W F May 1878 22 single Sweden Sweden Sweden imm 1888, 12 yrs
Lena Hendrickson 19 servant W F Feb 1881 19 single Iowa Sweden Sweden
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Children of William L. & Irene (?) Breckinridge:
1. William L. Breckinridge, b. Sep 1882 Iowa
2. Frank Prevost Breckinridge, b. 5 May 1898, Burlington Iowa; in 1918 a student at the University of Chicago when he completed his WWI Registration Card.

William Ellsworth-8 "Willie" Long, (Moses Hastings-7, Deacon Enoch-6, Moses-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1) b. 24 Apr 1862 in Illinois. He married 8 Oct 1885 to Hetty Bell Marr. She was born June 1866 in Iowa. In 1900 living in Union, Jackson Co., Iowa.
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U.S. Census > 1900 United States Federal Census > Iowa > Jackson > Union > District 70
Long, William E. Head W M Apr 1862 38 married 15 yrs IL IL Mass RR machinist
Long, Bell wife W F June 1866 43 married 15 yrs 3 ch 2 living Iowa Canada Canada
Long, Oly dau W F Sep 1888 11 single Iowa IL Iowa
Long, Rex M. son W M Nov 1891 8 single Iowa IL Iowa
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Children of William E. & Hetty B. (Marr) Long:
1. Enoch Long, died young.
2. Olive Bernice "Oly" Long, born September 1888 in Iowa
3. Rex Marr Long, b. November 1891 in Sabula, Iowa; in 1920 boarding in Clinton Iowa, single, tractor mechanic. Abt 1925 he married Katherine H. Goodwin, dau of Fannie M. Goodwin. She b. abt 1899 in Iowa. In 1930 living in Detroit, Wayne Co. Michigan, he is a dept. store salesman.

Thomas W.-8 LONG (Rufus Danforth-7, Rufus W.-6, Isaac-5, Enoch-4, Robert-3, Shubael-2, Robert-1), b. 11 January 1862 in Manchester MA, and d. bef 1930. He m. 12 Feb 1891 at Exeter NH [recorded at Manchester MA] at 2nd Congregational Church by Rev. George E. Street to Gertrude A. Green, dau of Nelson & Emma (Harvey) Green(e). She was 21 yrs old at the time of her marriage, a milliner, b. Willimantic CT. 1900 census says she was b. Sept 1892. In 1894 at his son's birth, his occupation is listed as a Drummer. In 1930 Gertrude was living with dau Beatrice L. & her husband Merton Ward in Beverly MA, a widow. He was a concert violinist, and his wife a concert pianist.
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1910 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Manchester > District 416
Long, T. Winfred, Head M W 47 m1x 19 yrs MA MA MA violinist, orchestra
Long, Gertrude A. wife F W 41 m1x 19 yrs 2 ch 2 living CT CT CT pianist, orchestra
Long, Beatrice L. dau F W 17 single MA MA CT
Long, Rufus W. son M W 16 single MA MA MA
Long, Eliza A. mother F W 71 widow 3 ch 2 living MA Maine MA
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1920 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Manchester > District 203
Long, Thomas W. Head M W 55 married MA MA MA, clerk, Water Board
Long, Gertrude A. wife F W 49 married CT CT CT
Long, Beatrice L. dau F W 27 single MA MA CT
Long, Rufus W. son M W 26 single MA MA CT
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Children of Thomas W. & Gertrude A. (Greene) Long:
1. Beatrice Lennon Long, b. 4 Jan 1893 /or Sep 1892 per census in Manchester MA; She married abt 1920 to Merton Standley Ward and resided in Beverly MA. He b. 1892 in Beverly MA Had ch [WARD]: Merton S. Jr., Evelyn G., Diane A., Thomas W., Joanne.
2. Rufus Wilfred Long, b. 12 Jan 1894 in Manchester MA; in 1930 living in Lowell MA, a physician, general practice, single. He registered for both WWI and WWII drafts, being single. WWI Draft shows next of kin, Mrs. B.L. Ward [his sister].

Eber Lewis-8 Long (Nathan Enoch-7, Nathan Eastman-6, Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) b. 22 Apr 1852 in PA, possibly Cussawago Twp., Crawford Co., PA and died February 11, 1929 in Dugginsville, Ozark Co., MO and buried Hart Cemetery, Dugginsville, Ozark Co., MO ; he married Sarah Jane Bias in Ozark Co., MO on August 26, 1875. See this link for photographs and more genealogy of this line plus the Bias genealogy.
Children of Eber L. & Sarah J. (Bias) Long:
1. Silas Eastman Long, b. 4 July 1876 in Ozark County, Missouri; died 3 Aug 1902; buried in Hart Cemetery, Theodosia, Ozark Co., MO; married abt 1895 to Mary Frances Henderson. Children of Silas & Mary (LONG): Dean, Lura Elsie, James Eber and William Simon Long (born July 6, 1901).
2. +George Edward Long, b. 24 May 1885 in Lebanon MO, d. 4 Apr 1931; m. 23 Dec 1908 to Ollie Dora Bell Garrison. Had 8 children.
3. Sophia Josephine "Josie" Long, b. 16 Aug 1887 in Peel, Marion Co. Arkansas, d. 22 Oct 1952 in Dugginsville MO, and is buried in Hart Cemetery, Theodosia, Ozark Co MO; she m. 16 Aug 1903 to Henry Isaac Jones and had issue. He b. 23 March 1887. Had issue.
4. Charles Jackson "Charley" "Jack" Long, b. 4 May 1890 and d. 18 Feb 1899 in Dugginsville MO, buried Hart Cemetery, Theodosia, Ozark County, MO; killed when a large rock fell on him when
trying to dig out a squirrel when he was young.
5. +Josiah "Joe" Long, b. 10 Sep 1892 in Dugginsville MO; m. 5 Feb 1921 to Della Flora Evans. Had seven children; died Nov 8, 1975 in probably Arkansas and is buried in Peel Cemetery, Marion County, AR.
6. Porter Ewing "Port" Long, b. 16 March 1896 Dugginsville MO, d. 8 Feb 1980 Dugginsville MO; m. 11 Feb 1923 in Fairview MO to Dorothy Jane McBride. Had seven children: Nathan Ewing, Beulah Blanche, Sie Easmon, Hurble Delong, Daniel Dean, a son, and Lola Augusta.

Enoch Eastman-8 Long (Nathan Enoch-7, Nathan Eastman-6, Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), aka "Dean" b. 11 Aug 1854 in Cussewago Twp. Crawford Co. PA and died 14 Dec 1934 in Wagoner OK, , buried at Cloud Creek Cemetery, Delware County, Oklahoma; He married in 1879 to Mary Herron/Herrin in Marion Co AR; . Mary was born 1854/57 in Taney Co MO; and died in 1920. [A 2nd account states that he married 1) Mary Herrin and 2) Lucinda/Cindy Herrin/Herrean but in 1910 he was still married to Mary. Living in Vian Township, Sequoyah Co. OK in 1910. Therefore I have not been able to verify this second marriage].
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1910 United States Federal Census > Oklahoma > Sequoyah > Vian twp > District 211
Long, Enoch E., Head M W 55 m1x 32 yrs b. PA fa b IL; farmer
Long, Mary wife F W 53 m1x 32 yrs b. MO
Long, Payton son M W 22 single born MO [b abt 1889]
Long, Sullivan, son M W 20 single b MO [b abt 1890]
Long, Charley M W 18 s b MO [b abt 1892]
Long, Florida dau F W 16 single b MO [b abt 1894]
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Children of Enoch Eastman & Mary (Herron) Long: [there may be other children]
1. William, b. abt 1878 AK (in 1880 U.S. Census, age 2)
2. Nathan Eber Long, b. 29 Sep 1880 in Marion Co. AR and died 12 May 1951 in Wagoner OK. He married Eliza Effie Coffey.
3. Sarah Belle, b. 12 MAY 1882 in Houston, Texas, d. 24 DEC 1949 in Jay, Delware County, OK; married 30 OCT 1901 in Ozark County, Missouri to Aaron Tennen QUICK.
4. ?
Hattie Long, born Abt. October 1886
4. Payton Virgil "Pate", b. born September 30, 1887, SS Death index shows a Payton V. Long b. Born: 30 Sep 1887 Missouri, Died: Nov 1974 in California; California death index states born in AK
5. +John L. Sullivan Long, born May 07, 1889 Missouri
6. Charlie/Charley Long, born September 20, 1891 Missouri
7. Florida/Florinda Long, born September 13, 1893 Missouri
8. Nellie Long, born Abt. September 1896 ; died Abt. 1908 in Vian, OK
Children of Enoch Long and Lucinda Herrean are:
9. Douler Long
10. Loura Long

Herbert W.-8 Long, Joseph E.-7, Enoch C.-6, Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) b. June 1870. He m. about 1897 to Mary A. --. She b. March 1876 in MA. He was a cloth finisher, and she was a weaver.
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1900 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Rockingham > Salem > District 215
Long, Herbert W. Head W M June 1870 29 m1x NH NH NH Cloth Finisher
Long, Mary A> wife W F March 1876 24 m1x MA MA England Weaver
Long, Harry son W M July 1897 2 single MA MA MA
Long, Carl H. son W M May 1900 1/12 single NH NH MA
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Children of Herbert W. & Mary A. (?) Long:
1. Harry Long, b. July 1897 in MA
2. +Carl H. Long, b. 1 May 1900 in NH


Ninth Generation

George Edward-9 Long (Eber Lewis-8, Nathan Enoch-7, Nathan Eastman-6, Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) b. 24 May 1885 in Lebanon MO, d. 4 Apr 1931; m. 23 Dec 1908 to Ollie Dora Bell Garrison, daughter of HENRY GARRISON and HULDA MARTIN. She was born January 12, 1892, and died October 24, 1970 in AR.
Children of George E. & Ollie D.B. (Garrison) Long:
1. Perry Manford Long, b. December 31, 1909, AR?; d. May 09, 1989, AR.
2. Charley Jackson Long, b. December 09, 1911, Peel, AR; d. September 08, 1967, Marion Co., AR.
3. Aulsa Long, b. January 31, 1914; d. August 1985.
4. Eva Marie Long b. February 15, 1919; d. November 11, 1996.
5. Stella Josephine "Josie" Long b. October 29, 1921.
6. John Henry Lewis Long b. February 21, 1926.
7. Edward Owsul Long, b. October 23, 1927.
8. Manford Long, m1st, RUBY MCBRIDE; m2nd, _____ PILGRIM.

Josiah "Joe" Long, (Eber Lewis-8, Nathan Enoch-7, Nathan Eastman-6, Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) b. 10 Sep 1892 in Dugginsville MO; m. 5 Feb 1921 to Della Flora Evans. Had seven children; died Nov 8, 1975 in probably Arkansas and is buried in Peel Cemetery, Marion County, AR.
Children of Josiah & Della F. (Evans) Long:
1. Charles Long
2. Joe Bill Long, b. May 28, 1922; d. November 10, 1975.
3. Allen Walker Long, b. February 03, 1924; d. April 09, 1994.
4. Sarah Odell Long, b. March 04, 1926.
5. Albert Dink Long, b. January 01, 1930.
6. Mary Ozella Long, b. November 22, 1932; d. December 08, 1932.
7. Laura Rae Long, b. October 27, 1933.
8. Donna Faye Long, b. December 20, 1936.

John L. Sullivan-9 Long, (Enoch Eastman-8, Nathan Enoch-7, Nathan Eastman-6, Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1), born May 07, 1889 at Dugginsville, Ozark, County Missouri and died September 25, 1967 in Jay, OK. He married SINDA MARIE ALLEN November 25, 1922 in Row, OK. She was born December 22, 1898 in Seligman, Berry County, Missouri to Hosea "Hosie" "Hode" Bencan Allen and Loreanna, and died June 26, 1974 in near Jay, OK. Sullivan and Marie are buried at Blackfox Cemetery, Delaware County, Oklahoma.
Children of John L.S. & Sinda M. (Allen) Long:
1. Leona Long born August 23, 1923 and was born dead. She is buried at Beck Cemetery at Colcord, Oklahoma.
2. Lester Lee Long, born December 29, 1924 at Delaware County, Sid, Oklahoma. He married April 11, 1953 at Jay, Oklahoma to Barbara Jean Armstrong. She born June 7, 1935 at Delaware County, Oklahoma, and died July 3, 1998 and is buried at Maysville, Ark Cemetery.Children of Lester and Barbara include Tony Lee and Lori Ann.
3. George Hubert Long, born February 22, 1927 in Delaware County, OK, and d. 6 July 2006 at his home in Prairie Grove AK. He is buried at Prairie Grove AK. He married 15 Dec 1957 at Weddington AK to Agnes Arline Maberry. She b. 2 Jan 1935 at St. Helens, OR. Children include: Anna Marie and Alan Benson.
4. Manford Ray Long, born April 20, 1930 Delaware County, Sid, Oklahoma; he married 28 July 1953 at Jay, OK to Wilmuth Yvonne Link. She b. 24 Nov 1936 at Delaware Co OK. Children: Cynthia Rae and Troy Kent.
5. Delwin Sullivan Long, born July 25, 1932 at Delaware County, Sid, Oklahoma; he married 18 June 1955 at Jay OK to Flossie Yvonne Briggs. She b. 20 Aug 1936 at Langley OK. Children: Curtis Delwin and Crista Marie
6. Dale Lawrence Long born Feb. 25, 1936 in Delaware County, Oklahoma. He married on 26 Apr 1957 at Row OK to Ida Belle Crank. She b. 5 Apr 1938 in Delaware Co., OK. Children: Ivan Leo, Tina Dail.

Carl H.-9 Long (Herbert W.-8, Joseph E.-7, Enoch C.-6, Joseph-5, Nathan-4, Benjamin-3, Abiel-2, Robert-1) was b. 1 May 1900 in New Hampshire (possibly Salem), and died 25 Aug 1996 in North Andover NH. He married Bertha E. --. She b. abt 1900 in MA.
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1930 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > North Andover > District 225
Long, Carl H. Head M W 29 married at age 21 NH NH NH Weaver
Long, Bertha E. wife F W 29 married at age 20 MA MA MA
Long, Kathleen, dau F W 7 single MA
Long, Carl H. son M W 4-6/12 single MA
Long, Philip son M W 1-10/12 single MA
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Children of Carl H. & Bertha E. (?) Long:
1. Kathleen Long, b. abt 1923 in MA
2. Carl H. Long, b. 14 Sep 1925 in MA and d. 26 Feb 1994 in Orlando FL
3. Philip Long, b. abt 1928 in MA


Resources:

1- New England Historic & Genealogical Society - Database: Vital Records in Massachusetts to 1850
2- Town Records of Newbury, Cambridge, Nantucket, Salisbury, and other towns in Massachusetts
3- Family Trees of various descendants

4- "Biographical sketch of Enoch Long, an Illinois pioneer" by Harvey Reid; Chicago: Fergus Print. Co., 1884, 127 pgs.

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