Long Family Genealogy


RICHARD LONG OF SALISBURY, MA & KINGTON, NH

First Generation

Richard Long*
was born abt 1659 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA and died 4 Sep 1694 in Salisbury, Essex Co. MA. He married 21 Jul 1680 in Salisbury, Essex Co, MA to Ann French, daughter of Joseph & Susanna (Stacy) French. She was born 10 Jan 1658/59 in Salisbury, Essex Co., MA. She was admitted to Salisbury Church 18 Dec 1687. He signed petition of 1680; both he and wife signed Bradbury petition 1692. The following year he bought the Sheldon farm in Scarborough (Black Point) from the widow Rebecca Sheldon; the farm was sold by his heirs in 1720. He was killed by Indians in Amesbury on his way to Haverhill, 4 September 1694 with Joseph Pike.[
He and Deputy Sheriff Joseph-3 Pike (1638-1694) "were slain by Indians as they traveled the head of the further end of Pond Plain..the enemy lay in a deserted house by the way, or in a clump of bushes or both."]. (Journal of Rev. John Pike, Essex. Collections); Inventory of his estate on 24 September 1794. James Brown of Salisbury was appointed guardian for three minor children. His widow Ann married 2d) in 1695/6 to Thomas Mudgett (of Salisbury) and was living in Hampton NH after 1713. Ann married 3d) Alexander Magoon of Kingston NH and was again widowed in 1731 at Exeter NH.
Children of Richard & Ann French Long:
1. Elizabeth LONG b: 30 Oct 1680 in Salisbury, Essex Co, MA; baptized 29 July 1688; m. March 5, 1700-1[S] to John-3 CLOUGH; living in 1712. Children (CLOUGH): Tabitha, Ann, Susanna, Lydia, Sarah, John, Elizabeth, Eleanor, Richard, Elisha.
2. +William LONG b: 25 Jun 1682 in Salisbury, Essex Co, MA;; baptized 29 July 1688; living in 1712; married Ruth Eastman.
3. +Richard LONG b: 3 Jan 1683/4 in Salisbury, MA; baptized 29 July 1688; married Sarah Coker.
4. Susanna LONG b: 30 Nov 1685 in Salisbury, MA.; baptized 29 July 1688; admitted to Salisbury church Feb 25, 1704-5; living 1712; perhaps married (???) Eaton after 1712.
5. Joseph LONG b: 6 Jan 1687 in Salisbury, MA.; baptized 29 July 1688; died unmarried before 1712.
6. Sarah LONG b: 13 Oct 1689 in Salisbury, MA.; baptized 10 Nov 1689; died March 1691 in Salisbury MA.
7. Elenor/Eliner/Eleanor LONG b: 16 Jan 1690 in Salisbury, MA.; baptized 22 Feb 1690-1; living in 1712; She
married Nathaniel Mason of Hampton, 12 Jan 1716 (Gen. Reg., v. 104 p. 40).
8. Sarah 2d LONG b: 13 Jan 1692/3 in Salisbury, MA.; baptized 2 April 1693 ; living in 1712.She married 28 Nov 1715 to William RUSSELL who entered a claim for the homestead on behalf of his wife and the other children of Richard Long Sr. Children include: Mary, b. Nov 1717 in Newbury MA; and Joseph, b. 15 Oct 1721 in Hampton Falls, Rockingham Co. NH who m. Abigail Towle. After Mary's death, William Russell remarried (1726) to Elizabeth Chase and had several children.


Second Generation

William-2 LONG (Richard-1), husbandman was born 25 June 1682 in Salisbury, Essex Co. MA; moved to Kingston, Rockingham Co. NH about 1705 and died 1753 in Kingston NH.. He married 1 Jan 1713/14 to Ruth Eastman (1687-1718), daughter of Samuel Eastman of Salisbury. He married 2d) December 21, 1719 to Sarah Shepard, daughter of Solomon Shepard. Sarah died in 1721. Sarah was born 25 June 1686 in Salisbury MA. William married 3) 11 Jan 1722 to Deborah Tongue, daughter of Stephen Tongue. Deborah was born in 1689 and survived William. William Long signed a bond on 30 April 1705 to resettle in Kingston NH and died there in 1753, appointing his son Ebenezer administrator of his estate.
Children of William Long [there may be other children]:
1. Anne Long, born 1 Oct 1716 in Kingston, Rockingham Co, NH; died 17 NOV 1716 in Kingston NH
2. Richard Long, born 3 Dec 1717 in Kingston, NH; married 18 Aug 1743 in Kingston, Rockingham Co, New Hampshire to Alice/Ellis Moody.
3. Joseph Long, died in infancy
4. Ruth Long, b. 15 April 1725 in Kingston, NH and died 16 June 1816; married in 1744/45 to Benjamin SEVERANCE, son of Ephraim & Mary (Burnhorn) Severance. Benjamin and Ruth moved to Chester NH after their marriage. Children (Severance) included: Joseph Severance, b. March 1746 in Kingston NH who m. Ann Currier.
5. +Ebenezer-3 Long, born 23 Oct 1727; married Anna Towle
6. Stephen, married Judith Howell (or Rowell).

Richard-2 LONG (Richard-1) was born: 3 Jan 1683/4 in Salisbury, MA; baptized 29 July 1688; living in 1712. He married 30 Dec 1717 to Sarah Coker of Newbury MA and was living in Salisbury MA in 1712.
Children of Richard & Sarah (Coker) Long:
1. Sarah Long, b. Oct. 26, 1719 in Salisbury MA
2. Richard Long, b. Feb. 18, 1728 in Salisbury MA.


Third Generation

Ebenezer-3 LONG (William-2, Richard-1) husbandman and miller; born 23 Oct 1727; died 2 Apr 1808 in Kingston NH; He married 12 March 1752 in Kingston NH to Anna Towle, daughter of Caleb & Rebecca (Prescott) Towle of Hauke and Hampton NH. Anna was born in 26 May 1729 in Kingston NH and died in 26 April 1796 in Kingston NH. [See NEHGS Register 100:254 for more on this line]
Children of Ebenezer & Anna (Towle) Long:
1. Mary Long, m. Jonathan Leavitt
2. Mariah Long
3. Sarah Long
4. Anna Long
5. Abigail Long, m. Ephraim Flanders
6. +Ebenezer-4 Long, b. circa 1760 in Kingston NH; m. Hannah Sanborn
7. +Caleb Long, 1764-1843



Fourth Generation

Ebenezer-4 Long (Ebenezer-3, William-2, Richard-1) miller, b. circa 1760, Kingston NH, inherited from his father mill at Sandown NH and removed to Salisbury NH after 1805. He m. before 1781, Hannah (b 1761) dau of Lieut. Samuel and Hannah (Tucker) Sanborn of Kingston.
Children of Ebenezer & Hannah (Sanborn) Long [all b. in Sandown NH]:
1. Jonathan Long, b. 25 April 1782 Kingston NH
2. +Caleb-5 Long, b. 4 Apr 1784
3. Betsey Long, b. 5 Aug 1787 Sandown NH; m. William Clay
4. Mary Long, b. 20 Jan 1791 Sandown NH; m. Stephen Colby Jr.; resided in Hill, NH
5. Ebenezer Long, b. 3 Jan 1796 Sandown NH; m. Huldah Sweat(h)
6. Reuben S. Long, b. 11 Apr 1798 Sandown NH; m. Hannah J. Flanders
7. Ira Long, b. 12 Dec 1801 Sandown NH; resided in Andover for many years; d. in Grafton Co. NH
8. +Ruel Long, b. 31 March 1805 in Sandown NH, m. Sally Brown


Caleb-4 Long (Ebenezer-3, William-2, Richard-1), b. abt 1764 prob. in Kingston NH. He m. March 18, 1808 to Mary Clark, daughter of Nathaniel Clark of Brentwood NH, and grand-daughter of Daniel-4 & Sarah (Swain) Clark of Hampton Falls NH. She was b. abt 1782/83 and d. 15 Oct 1865, aged 82 yrs 8 months. He died 23 Sep 1843, aged 79 years and 8 months. Both are buried in Kingston NH (same tombstone). [some info from book, "The Descendants of Nathaniel Clarke and his wife Elizabeth Somerby of... by George Kuhn Clarke"]. [marriages below from the Caleb Long bible, auctioned on ebay in September of 2007]
Children of Caleb & Mary (Clark) Long:
1 [?Clarke Long who had a son Charles Long, per above book, but his name not found in family bible, possibly this refers to Caleb M. Long below who did have a son Charles]]
2. Betsey Long b. abt 1812 in Kingston NH; m. Edmund Dewhurst Feb 2, 1834
3. +Caleb Moody Long who m1) Martha Drown May 18, 1835; m2) Relief G. Stimson Nov 4, 1841
4. Sarah Jane Long who m. Joseph Webster July 3 1842
5. +Almira Moody Long, b. abt 1817-1818 in Kingston NH; who m. George Babson July 1843
6. Daniel C. Long who m. Mary E. Wiggin Nov 1842
7. Mary Ann Long who m. James Lane Nov 14, 1843 [she of Kingston NH]


Fifth Generation

Caleb-5 Long (Ebenezer-4, Ebenezer-3, William-2, Richard-1), mfg, stonemason, b. 4 Apr 1784 in Sandown NH, d. Dec 1825 in Roxbury MA; m. 22 March 1809 in Berkeley MA to Phebe Caswell (1790-1869), dau of William and Amy (Dean) Caswell of Taunton MA.
Children of Caleb & Phebe (Caswell) Long [all born in Roxbury MA]:
1. Almira D. Long, died unmarried
2. Caleb C. Long, m. Irene F. Wentworth
3. Phebe Stapes Long, died unmarried
4. +Jonathan Dean-6 Long, b 30 June 1819 at Roxbury MA; m. Mary H. Morgan

Ruel-5 Long (Ebenezer-4, Ebenezer-3, William-2, Richard-1) b. 31 March 1805 in Sandown NH; d. in Andover 13 July 1860; He resided in Andover after his marriage; m. 10 Nov 1835, Sally, daughter of Reuben and Lydia (Simonds) Brown; d. Ashland, 26 April 1892.
Children of Ruel and Sally (Brown) Long:
1. Lydia Long, b. 17 June 1838; m. 17 Dec 1859, James L. Wilson; resided Ashland; no children.
2. Charles B. Long, b. 13 July 1840; d. 3 Jan 1843
3. Georgia H. Long, b. 25 June 1850; m. Arthur S. Clark. He b. Holderness NH 16 April 1851 and d. Ashland 1883. They had six children: (CLARK) 1) Ernest, b. 12 Sep 1873; 2) Willis, b. 28 Aug 1875; 3) Sherman, b. 3 Nov 1877; 4) Ednah, b. 29 Jan 1878; 5) Maud, b. 17 July 1880; 6) Flora, b. 24 Dec 1882.

Betsey-5 Long (Caleb-4, Ebenzer-3, William-2, Richard-1) b. abt 1812 in Kingston NH; married 2 Feb 1834 to Edmund Dewhurst/Dewherst [marriage intentions 11 Jan 1834 in Amesbury MA]. He was b abt 1800/1801 in Lancashire England [per son's death rec, and prob had a brother Thomas] and m1) Hannah --. She d. 3 July 1832, age 29 years. From 1850-1870 living in Amesbury MA. He d. 8 Oct age 71 y 7m 13 d of heart disease at Amesbury MA [no parentage listed on death record].
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U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Amesbury
Edmund Dewhurst 49 M Spinner $1200 b. England
Betsy Dewhurst 38 F NH
Hannah Dewhurst 17 F Mass
Mariann Dewhurst 15 F Mass
George Dewhurst 13 M Mass
Albert Dewhurst 14 M Mass
William Dewhurst 9 M Mass
Henry Dewhurst 9 M Mass
Alice Dewhurst 7 F Mass
Martha Dewhurst 5 F Mass
Edmund Dewhurst 3 M Mass
Ella Dewhurst 1 F Mass
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U.S. Census > 1880 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Amesbury > District 151
Dewhurst, Betsy W F 69 Widow, Keeping House NH NH NH
Dewhurst, Mary A. W F 18 48? Dau at home Mass England NH
Dewhurst, Minnie C. W F 16 grand dau attending school Mass Mas Mass
Dewhurst, Lizzie W. F W 15 grand dau attends school Mass Mass Mass
---living next door---
Barnard, Isaac W F 73 farmer Mass Mass Mass
Barnard Mary A. W F 72 keeping house Mass Mass Mass
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Children of William & Hannah (?) DEWHURST:
1. Elizebeth Dewhurst, b. 11 Apr 1830 in Amesbury MA, d. 27 Feb 1849 age 18 yr 11 months
Children of William & Betsey (Long) DEWHURST:
2. Hannah Helen Dewhurst, b. 14 June 1834 Amesbury MA; m. 23 Aug 1858 to Thomas W. Webster of North Berwick ME, s. of Charles P & Catharine (Coffin) Webster.
3. Mary Anner "Marianne" "Mary A." Dewhurst, b. 25 Nov 1835 in Amesbury MA; in 1870 living in Amesbury MA with parents, single, "Tailoress."
4. +George Clark Dewhurst, b. abt 1837 MA [or Kensington NH per his marr rec]; He d. 8 Nov 1898 in Worcester MA.; m. 1 Jan 1860 to Elisabeth F. Hovey
5. Albert F. Dewhurst, b. 4 April 1839 in Amesbury MA
6. Henry William Harrison Dewhurst (twin), b. 6 March 1841 Amesbury MA; m. 5 Feb 1862 in Amesbury MA to Mary E. Campbell, she age 21, b. Taunton MA dau of Edward & Jane Campbell. His occupation at that time was painter.
7. William Henry Harrison Dewhurst (twin), b. 6 March 1841 Amesbury MA
8. Alice Dewhurst, b. abt 1843 MA; m. 14 May 1864 in Amesbury MA to Henry A. Worthen, a carriage worker. He b. abt 1840 in Amesbury MA, son of Joseph & Dolly Worthen.
9. Martha Jane Dewhurst, b. 31 July 1847 Mills Village, Amesbury MA; m. 23 July 1870 in Amesbury MA to Samuel True 3rd of Salisbury MA, son of Samuel & Mary A. True. He b. abt 1847/48 in Salisbury MA.
10. +Edmund K. Dewhurst, b. abt 1847 MA; in 1870 living in Amesbury MA, married to Mary E. (Sargent) and with children Mabelle, Effie May and Albert W. He m. 26 Nov 1865 in Amesbury MA to Mary E. Sargent, dau of Newell S. & Mary A. Sargent. Participated in Civil War, private, enlisted 23 Sep 1862 age 18, mustered out 23 Sep 1862; discharged 23 July 1863 by order of Maj. General Banks. MA recs also show Nina Estelle Dewhurst, dau of Edmund & Mary, b. 4 March 1878 in Amesbury MA, in that rec Edmund is shown as blacksmith. MA recs also show 13 Dec 1875 Edmong Long Dewhurst, b. Amesbury MA son of Edmond K & Mary E. Sargent Dewhurst.
11. Ella E. Dewhurst, b. abt 1849 Amesbury MA; m. 25 Dec 1869 to Benjamin Frank "B.F." Lowell, son of Hiram & Mary B.(Jones) Lowell. He b. 1 June 1848/49 in in Salisbury MA, a carriage worker.

Caleb Moody-5 Long, (Caleb-4, Ebenezer-3, William-2, Richard-1) b. abt 1815 who m1) Martha Drown May 18, 1835; m2) Relief Gertrude Stimson Nov 4, 1841. In 1860 US Census living in Charlestown, Middlesex Co MA, boarding, no spouse or ch, Custon House Officer, b. MA.
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Census > U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Lynn
Caleb M. Long 35 M City Marshal b. NH
Relief G. Long 33 F b. Maine
Charles M. Long 16 M b. Mass
George H. Long 8 M b. Mass
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Children of Caleb & Relief G. (Stimson) Long [may be more ch]:
1. Charles Moody Long, b abt 1834 Mass
2. +George Howard Long, b. 15 Aug 1842 in Lynn MA. m. 17 Apr 1866 at Charlestown MA to Isabel Washburn, dau of Silas D. & Nancy Brintnal (Gibbs) Washburn. She b. 19 Nov 1842 in Boston MA.
3. Caroline Porter Long


Almira Moody-5 Long (Caleb-4, Ebenzer-3, William-2, Richard-1) b. abt 1817-18 in Kingston NH, and d. 22 Apr 1866 in Newburyport MA. She m. 18 July 1843 to George W. Babson, so of Abraham/Abram & Lydia (Somersby) Babson. He b. 13 June 1818 in Sedgewick Maine, and d. 18 Feb 1896 in South Hampton NH, aged 77. He was buried in Newburyport MA He married 2nd, 17 Dec 1874 to Mary Ann Clark, dau of Allen & Rebecca Clark. She was b. abt 1831 in Nova Scotia.
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Census > U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Newbury
George Babson 31 M Ship-joiner Maine [b abt 1819] [prob son of John & Emma (Brown) and grandson of Joseph & Martha (Somes) Babson.
Almira Babson 31 F NH
Martha A. Babson 5 F Mass
Harriet A. Babson 2 Mass
Mary Long 67 F NH [b abt 1783 NH]
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U.S. Census > 1860 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Newburyport Ward 6
Geo W. Babson 43 M S Joiner Maine
Almira Babson 41 F NH
Martha Babson 15 F Mass [b abt 1845]
Harriet E. Babson 12 F Mass [b abt 1847]
George E. Babson 9 M Mass [b abt 1851]
Charles Babson 5 M Mass [b abt 1855]
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U.S. Census > 1870 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > West Newbury
Babson, George W. 52 M W Ship Carpenter 200 Maine
Gordon, Abby S. 49 F W House Keeper 1000 Mass
Babson, Charles H. 15 M W Attending School Mass
Huntress, Clara A. 10 F W Attending School Mass
Bayley, Hannah 31 F W No occupation Mass
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U.S. Census > 1880 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Newburyport > District 228
Babson, George W. W M 61 Ship Jointer Me Mass Mass
Babson, Mary A w F 48 wife Keeping House Nova Scotia NS NS
Wood, Mary L W F 69 boarder MA MA MA
Westem Rebecca W F 80 boarder paralyzed Mass Mass Mass
Babson, Charles W M 25 son in row house? Mass Mass Mass
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Children of George W. & Almira M. (Long) BABSON:
1. George Moody Babson, b. 19 July 1843, d. 21 June 1844
2. Martha Babson, b abt 1845 in MA
3. Harriet E. Babson, b. abt 1847 in MA
4. George E. Babson, b. abt 1851 in MA
5. Charles Babson b abt 1855 in MA; in 1880 found in the Newburyport MA Alms/Poor House, idiotic.


Sixth Generation

Jonathan Dean-6 Long, (Caleb-5, Ebenezer-4, Ebenezer-3, William-2, Richard-1) contractor, b 30 Jun3 1819 at Roxbury MA, d. 5 Feb 1889 Brookline MA. General Joseph Mansfield, killed at Antietam, August 1862, was instrumental in obtaining for him a government contract on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco in 1854, and on the death of the general, he gave his name to a son several months later. His diary of the trip to San Francisco over the Isthmus of Panama will be found in Vol. XCI, NHG Register, p 312; he married Brookline, 25 Nov 1846 to Mary H. "Polly" Morgan (1826-1892), dau of John Bickford and Hannah Colby (Hoyt) Morgan of Warner NH. She b. Warner NH. Occupation: carpenter
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U.S. Census > 1880 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Norfolk > Brookline > District 509
Long, Jonathan B. W M 61 carpenter Mass Mass Mass
Long, Mary H W F 53 wife keeping house NH NH NH
Long, Augustus R. W M 27 son carpenter Mass Mass NH
Long, John H. W M 22 son at home Mass Mass NH
Long, Joseph M. W M 14 son at school Mass Mass NH
Long, Eliza L. W F 14 dau at school Mass Mass NH
[boarding teacher and bookeeper]
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Children of Jonathan D. & Mary (Morgan) Long [all b Brookline]:
1. William Alvin Long, b. 28 Feb 1848 in Brookline MA; m. Addie A. Davis
2. Mary "Minnie" A.Long, b abt 1852 MA; died in infancy
3. Ivory Augustus Long, b. 16 June 1852 Brookline MA; m. 1 June 1881 Brookline MA to Caroline A. Rowe, dau of John G. & Sarah D. (Magoon) Rowe, she b. New Sharon Maine; He m2nd, Sarah "Sadie" Victoria Tory, dau of John William & Sarah (Hull) Tory). She b. 22 Dec 1861. They had a daughter Ruth Long.
4. John Henry Long, b. 10 Apr 1858 Brookline MA; m. 1885 Mary Louise Olin/Olen (Bacon), dau of John O. & Mary M., her 2nd marriage. She b. abt 1858, in Roxbury MA
5. +Joseph M-7 Long, b. 21 Nov 1862 at Brookline MA; m. Eliza C. Snell
6. Eliza L.Long, b. abt 1866 MA; died unmarried

George Clark-6 Dewhurst (Almira Moody-5 Long (Caleb-4, Ebenzer-3, William-2, Richard-1), b. abt 1837 MA [or Kensington NH per his marr rec]; He d. 8 Nov 1898 in Worcester MA.; m. 1 Jan 1860 to Elisabeth Follansbee Hovey, dau of Charles & Sarah J. Hovey. He was a carriage body maker (per his marriage record). The 1888-90 Worcester MA Directory shows George C. Dewhurst living at 22 and 24 Forster Street, 2nd location 22 Lincoln Square, carriage repository. He also had shop at 17 Park Street with house at 2 Wyman.
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U.S. Census > 1870 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Worcester > Worcester Ward 7
Dewhurst, Geo C. 33 M W Carriage Dealer 3000 NH
Dewhurst, Willie A. 9 M W at school Mass
Dewhurst, M--- F. 5 F W at home Mass
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Census > U.S. Census > 1880 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Worcester > Worcester > District 901
Dewhurst, Geo C. W M 43 Carriage Mft & Dealer NH Eng. NH
Dewhurst, Elisabeth F. W F 41 wife keeing house Mass Mas Mas
Dewhurst, Wm A. W M 19 son salesman and acct in carriage mft Mass NH Mass
Dewhurst, Susan F. W F 15 dau at school Mass NH Mass
Dewhurst Sarah E. W F 9 dau Mass NH Mass
Dewhurst Bessie L. W F 5 dau Mas NH Mass
Dewhurst, Hovey, Frank C. W M 30 brother-in-law carriage maker, wood work Mass Mass Mass
Scarlett, Adaline A. W F 34 servant Mass Mass Mass
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U.S. Census > 1900 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Worcester > Worcester Ward 1 > District 1715
Dewhurst L. Head W F Aug 1830 69 widow 4 ch 4 living MA NH MA
Dewhurst, William A. son W M June 1860 40 single MA MA MA Carriage Dealer
Dewhurst, Susan F. dau W F March 1865 35 single MA MA MA Dress Maker
Dewhurst, Sarah E. Dau W F Aug 1870 29 single MA MA MA Stenographer
Dewhurst, Bessy L. Dau W F Dec 1875 24 single MA MA MA
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1910 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Worcester > Worcester Ward 1 > District 1854
Dewhurst, Elizabeth F. Head F W 70 widow 6 ch 4 living MA NH MA
Dewhurst, William A. son M W 48 single MA NH MA salesman, carriage shop
Dewhurst, Susan F. dau F W 45 single MA NH MA Dressmaker
Dewhurst, Sarah E. daughter F W 39 single MA NH MA, stenographer, office
Bolivar, Beatrice B. servant F W 27 single Can-Eng Can-Eng Can-Eng, imm 1902
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Children of George C. & Elisabeth (Hovey) Dewhurts:
1. George H. Dewhurst, b. abt 1859 Amesbury MA; d. 13 Sep 1868 -- M S 9 yrs 16 days in Worcester MA.
2. William A. Dewhurst, b. June 1860 MA; in 1910 living in Worcester with mother, single.
3. Albert F. Dewhurst, b. 8 Apr 1863 in Amesbury MA, d. 19 Dec 1863, 8 months, 11 days of scarlet fever
4. Susan F., b. March 1865 MA; in 1910 living in Worcester MA with mother, single
5. Sarah E. Dewhurst, b. 12 Aug 1870 Worcester MA; in 1910 living in Worcester MA with mother, single.
6. Elizabeth "Bessie" Long Dewhurst, b. Dec 1875 ; m. 30 Oct 1905 Worcester MA to Benjamin Slade Treat Bishop, age 26, of Hopedale, Draughtsman, he b. in Lawrence MA, son of Nathan Allan & Flora Ann (Kendall) Bishop. In 1910 living in Worcester MA with husband, and 3 month old son Harold M.

Edmund K.-6 Dewhurst (Almira Moody-5 Long (Caleb-4, Ebenzer-3, William-2, Richard-1) b. abt 1847 MA; in 1870 living in Amesbury MA, married to Mary E. (Sargent) and with children Mabelle, Effie May and Albert W. He m. 26 Nov 1865 in Amesbury MA to Mary E. Sargent, dau of Newell S. & Mary A. Sargent. Participated in Civil War, private, enlisted 23 Sep 1862 age 18, mustered out 23 Sep 1862; discharged 23 July 1863 by order of Maj. General Banks. Profession: blacksmith
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U.S. Census > 1870 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Amesbury
Dewhurst, Edmund 24 M W Blacksmith 100 Mass
Dewhurst, Mary E. 24 F W Keeping House Mass
Dewhurst, Mabelle 4 F W at home Mass
Dewhurst, Effie May 5 F W at home Mass
Dewhurst, Albert W. 3/12 M W at home Mass
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U.S. Census > 1880 United States Federal Census > Massachusetts > Essex > Amesbury > District 151
Dewhurst Mary E. W F 35 wife [erased] Keeping House MA MA MA
Dewhurst, Mabel W F 14 dau at home MA MA MA
Dewhurst, Albert N. W M 10 son attending school MA MA MA
Dewhurst, Jesse E. W F 9 dau attending school MA MA MA
Dewhurst, Grace E W F 6 dau at home MA MA MA
Dewhurst, Edmund L. W M 3 son at home MA MA MA
Dewhurst, Nina E. W F 2 dau at home MA MA MA
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Children of Edmund K. & Mary A. (Sargent) Dewhurst:
1. Mabelle "Mabel" Dewhurst, b. abt 1864 Amesbury MA
2. Effie May Dewhurst, b. abt 1865 Amesbury MA
3. Albert W. Dewhurst, b. abt 1870 Amesbury MA
4. Jesse/Jessie E. Dewherst, b. abt 1871 Amesbury MA; NEHGS recs show a Jessie Dewhurst m. ?1888 to ?.
5. Grace Elizabeth Dewhurst, b. 27 June 1873 Amesbury MA
6. Edmond Long Dewhurst, b 13 Dec 1875 Amesbury MA; he boarded at 105 Friend Street in 1891; in 1910 living in Amesbury MA, single, wood chopper at a lumber camp; registered for WWI Draft, occupation farmer;
7. Nina Estelle Dewhurst, b. 4 March 1878 in Amesbury MA

George Howard-6 Long (Caleb Moody-5, Caleb-4, Ebenezer-3, William-2, Richard-1), b. 15 Aug 1842 in Lynn MA; m. 17 Apr 1866 at Charlestwon MA to Isabel Washburn, dau of Silas D. & Nancy Brintnal (Gibbs) Washburn. She b. 19 Nov 1842 in Boston MA.
Children of George H. & Isabel (Washburn) Long: [from "Genealogy of the Stimpson Family of Charlestown MA and Allied Line, by Charles Collyer Whiiter, 1907, page 109]:
1. George Edward Long, b. 25 Feb 1867 in Charlestown MA: d. Charlestown MA 15 Nov 1867
2. Gertrude Washburn Long, b. 26 Sep 1868 Somerville MA, d. at Waverly MA 28 Sep 1875
3. Blanch Howard Long, b. 12 July 1870 Charlestown MA; d. Charlestown MA 27 Feb 1874
4. Henry Long (twin) b. 28 May 1873 Charlestown MA and d. there 2 June 1873
5. Howard Stimpson Long (twin) b. 28 May 1873, Charlestown MA, d. there 5 Aug 1873
6. +Maxwell Washburn Long, b. 16 Oct 1878 Waverly MA;


Seventh Generation

Rev. Joseph Mansfield-7 Long, (Jonathan D.-6, Caleb-5, Ebenezer-4, William-2, Richard-1) clergyman, b 21 Nov 1862 at Brookline MA, d 23 May 1942 Washington D.C. Graduated Harvard University 1885, Newtown Baptist Theological Seminary 1888; had churches in Maine, Mass., Maryland and Washington D.C.; married 8 Oct 1888 at Washington D.C. to Eliza Carroll Snell (1868-1943), dau of Capt. Moses Porter and Mary C. (Hallock) Snell of North Brookfield, MA and Washington DC.
Children of Rev. Joseph M. & Eliza C. (Snell) Long [born ME, MA and DC]:
1. Dorothy M. Long,d. 11 Oct 1960 in Washington DC, unmarried; buried Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
2. Maj. Hallock P. Long, b. 14 Sep 1891/92 in Canton ME. Attended Georgetown University in Washington DC, receiving the degree of Bachelor of Laws in 1913, at the age of 21 years. Initially he was a law clerk with the food and drug activities of the Federal Govt, from which he resigned in 1915. In the same year he opened up his own practice. During WWI he served in the army, enlisting in July 1917, in Battery A., District of Columbia National Guard, being sent to Camp McClellan Alabama, where he was assigned to Battery A, 110th Field Artillery, US Army, 29th-or Blue and Gray-Division. From there he attended Officers' Training School and was commissioned June 1, 1918 a second lieutenant, National Army, at Camp Jackson, Columbia, SC. He completed the officer's course in the School of Fire for field artillery, and was assigned to the 54th Field Artillery Camp Travis, San Antonio, Texas, where he served until his discharge February 12, 1919. Then he resumed his legal practice, and had offices at No. 400 Fifth Street, Northwest in the Woodward Building. He was a member of the Reserve Officers' Association, Washington Canoe Club, American Legion, National Genealogy Society, Alden Kindred, Incorporated, and the Washington Chamber of Commerce. He was a communicant of the Baptist church, and lived at Hyattsville, Maryland. He was the author of several genealogy books including, "Alden-Snell-Long Ancestry," "A Long Genealogy," "Snell Genealogies," "Parentage of Anna Alden," and "The Virginia Snells." He died February 1965 in Washington D.C. He married in 12 Feb 1932 to Pauline Tisinger, [one source says Deisinger] dau of Joseph B. & Sarah C. (Bowman) Tisinger. She was born 1886 in Edinburg, Shenandoah Co, VA and d. 27 Feb 1953 in Washington DC. [bio from "Washington, past and present, a history," New York, Lewis Historical Pub Co, 1932, page 242-243. No children.
3. Gertrude E. Long, b. 29 Apr 1895; m. 18 Sep 1918 to Walter Ballard; Children [Ballard]: Dorothy Isabel, b. 16 Jan 1922, Arthur H. b. 5 July 1925, and Emily.
4. Carleton/Carlton Mansfield Long, b. 24 Oct 1897, Harrington Maine; d. Aug 1973 in Washington DC, He was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery; m. Dorothy M. Fisher; Served in the USMC during WWI, honorable discharge 3/5/19, had been living at Hyattsville, Prince Georges Co. MD. They had a daughter Margaret Freas Long, b. 8 July 1926 who married in 1952 to Walton M. May, son of James May. Margaret graduated from American University and George Washington University and was a teacher. Walton May graduated from the American University, attended George Washington University and was employed by the FBI.
5. Katharine/Catherine E. Long, b. 27 July 1899; m. 1 Sep 1923 to Bernard A. Bartoo, son of Elner C. & Elizabeth (Bush) Bartoo, as his 2nd wife. He m1) 18 Nov 1888 to Helen Lytle; res. Rockport TX; They had son, Glenn Carroll Bartoo, b. 10 January 1925, and d. 30 May 2002 in Saint Paul, Ramsey Co, MN; he married Carolyn A. --. She b. in 1927. [From his first wife Bernard had Robert John (b 26 March 1909), Donald Glenn ( b 6 Dec 1911), Edward Russell (b 5 Dec 1913) and Gordon Lytle (b 23 Jan 1916).
6. George A.Long, died unmarried
7. +Bryant A.-8 Long, b. 15 Oct 1911 Washington DC; grad Univ Maryland; m. 8 Aug 1942 Dorothy J. dau Arthur E. Lyons of Caldwell NJ

Maxwell "Max" Washburn-7 Long (George Howard-6, Caleb Moody-5, Caleb-4, Ebenezer-3, William-2, Richard-1), b. 16 Oct 1878 Waverly MA; WWI Draft card shows him living in Washington, Warren Co NJ, with wife Alice Curtis Long. WWI Registration card shows him living at 130 Broad St. Washington, Warren Co NJ, NOK: Mrs. Barbara Buffi. In 1930 living in Washington Borough, NJ with wife Alice, ch, Caroline, Helen, and Barbara. He was the owner and mechanice of an automotive garage
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U.S. Census > 1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Warren > Washington > District 180
Long, Maxwell W. Head M W 40 married Mass Mass Mass, mechanic garage
Long, Alice L. wife F W 37 M NY Mass NJ
Long, Carolyn M. dau F W 13 single NH Mass NY
Long, Helen S. dau F W 11 single NY Mass NY
Long, Barbara W. Dau F W 2/3-12 S NJ Mass NY
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Children of Maxwell W. & Alice (Curtis) Long:
1. Carolyn M. Long, b. abt 1908 NY
2. Helen S. Long, b. abt 1909 NY
3. Barbara W. Long, b abt 1917-18 NJ; m. -- Buffi


Bryant A.-8 Long (Rev. Joseph M-7, Jonathan D.-6, Caleb-5, Ebenezer-4, William-2, Richard-1) b 15 Oct 1911, Washington DC; graduated University of Maryland; married 8 Aug 1942, Dorothy J., dau of Arthur E. Lyons of Caldwell NJ.
Child of Bryant A. & Dorothy J. (Lyons) Long: [may be more]
1. Alden B. Long, b 31 May 1944, Caldwell NJ; res. MA 2007; married Mary Jeanne Overhiser of
Beverly, Massachusetts, only daughter of Garrett William and Norma Mae [Wells] Overhiser). Removed from NJ to MA. Alden graduated from Bethel College in St. Paul, Minn, was commissioned as a pilot in the USAF, serving during theVietnam war, and achieving the rank of Captain. He taught public school music in New Jersey and Massachusetts before his vocaiton of computer programmer. He is married with two sons: Paul Edmund and David James.
2. Gene S. Long, b. --; living in Virginia in 2007; married; one son, Alex

(*) Parentage unknown. There was a Philip Long of Ipswich, 1647-58, b. ab. 1618; also Sam. Long of Ip., 1648.

Resources include:
1. NEGHS Database: Vital Records of Salisbury, Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849; Published by the Topsfield Historical Society, Topsfield, Mass. 1915 Newcomb & Gauss, Printer; Salem, Massachusetts
2. Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury,Massachusetts, with some related Families of Newbury, Haverhill, Ipswich, and Hampton; by David W. Hoyt; Reprint from Picton Press Rockport, Maine 1996
3. NEGH Register, 100:254
4. History of the town of Andover, New Hampshire: 1751-1906, by John R. Eastman; Concord NH; Rumford Print Co., 1910, page 225.