Longs of the DAR

This list is the product of a search for the name "Long" in the membership records of the Daughters of the American Revolution.    It is intended for use by members of the Long Surname DNA Project as an aid in finding proven genealogies of colonial period Longs.  The record search was performed by project co-administrator Barbara Long and is not guaranteed to be up-to-date, complete or accurate. 

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Mrs. Lizzie Long Crandall.
DAR ID Number: 36157
Born in Jacksonville, Illinois.
Wife of Chester Delos Crandall.
Descendant of Capt. Gabriel Long, of Virginia.
Daughter of Owen Moxley Long and Elizabeth, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Stubblefield Long (b. 1771) and Bathsheba Moxley, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Gabriel Long and Anne Slaughter, his 2d wife.
Gabriel Long, (1751-1827), was captain of the Eleventh Virginia 1776; resigned 1779 and received a lang grant for three years' service. When Lafayette visited America in 1825 he acted as his escort in Culpeper county, where he died.
Also No. 20362.



Mrs. Susan Van Valkenburg Long Webster.
DAR ID Number: 45879
Born in Concord, N. H.
Wife of William Webster.
Descendant of Lieut. George Hubbard.
Daughter of Frances Long and Lucia Jane Phillips, his wife.
Granddaughter of Simeon Long and Chloe Steele, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Stephen Steele and Chloe Hubbard, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Hubbard and Thankful Hatch, his wife.
George Hubbard enlisted in the Continental army 1776, and was made ensign in Captain Jonathan Birge's Company, Col. Comfort Sage's Battalion, Wadsworth's Brigade. He was commissioned lieutenant in the second regiment under Col. Chas. Webb, 1777. He was born in Ellington, Conn.; died in Claremont, N. H.



Mrs. Frances Long Gilliland.
DAR ID Number: 49312
Born in Jackson, Ohio.
Wife of George Edward Gilliland.
Descendant of Sergt. John James, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Elias Long and Emily Carrick, his wife.
Granddaughter of Andrew Long and Eliza James, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John James (b. 1772) and Nancy Cook, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John James and Esther Dennison (b. 1746), his wife, m. 1763.
John James served as corporal from Preston at the Lexington Alarm and as sergeant, 1776, under Capt. Edward Mott. He was born about 1745 at Preston.
Also No. 28222.



Miss Bessie Emma Long.
DAR ID Number: 51675
Born in Coffeeville, Ala.
Descendant of Robert Long.
Daughter of Thomas Augustus Long and Jessie Scruggs, his wife.
Granddaughter of Robert Long and Sarah Underwood, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Long and Mary Billingsley, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Robert Long and Elizabeth (Ralston) Finney, his wife.
Robert Long (1761-1840), was placed on the pension roll, 1831, for service as private in the South Carolina militia. He was born in Ireland; died in Laurens County, S. C.
Also No. 21943.



Mrs. Mamie Long Williams Gates.
DAR ID Number: 53506
Born in Memphis, Tenn.
Wife of William B. Gates.
Descendant of Col. Nicholas Long and of William Lyne.
Daughter of John Joseph Williams (d. 1873) and Anna Martin Lyne Sneed (b. 1831), his wife, m. 1851.
Granddaughter of Duke Williams and Mary Martha Long, his wife; Stephen Kutosoff Sneed (d. 1841) and Anna Martin Lyne (1796-1860), his wife, m. 1817.
Gr-granddaughter of John Jackson Long, M. D., and Frances Quinland, his wife; Henry Lyne (1774-1839) and Lucy Martin (1777-1811), his wife, m. 1790.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nicholas Long and Mary McKinney, his 2nd wife; William Lyne and Lucy Foster, his wife.
Nicholas Long was a member of the Provincial Congress, and State Commissary to the close of the war. He was born in Halifax, N. C.; died in 1791.
William Lyne (1740-1808) was a member of the House of Burgesses, 1771; Committee of Safety, 1774-75, and of Convention, 1776. He was born and died in King and Queen County, Va. 



Mrs. Alberta Long Fisher.
DAR ID Number: 56290
Born in Louisville, Ky.
Wife of John B. Fisher.
Descendant of Col. Burgess Ball.
Daughter of Albert K. Long and Mary E. Porter, his wife.
Granddaughter of Albert G. Long and Marion Crawley, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Armistead Long and Eliza Burgess Ball, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Burgess Ball and Mary Chichester, his wife.
Burgess Ball (1749-1800) was captain of infantry and equipped and commanded a regiment of the Virginia Line. He served as volunteer aid to Washington and was an original member of the Cincinnati. He died, 1800, aged fifty-one.
Also No. 12256.


Mrs. Caroline N. Long Benedict.
DAR ID Number: 58635
Born in Aurora, Ill.
Wife of William H. Benedict.
Descendant of John Long, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Orpheus Alphonzo Long and Hannah Phelps Runnell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Silas Long, M. D., and Matilda Stratton, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Long and Esther Hows (d. 1844), his wife, m. 1775.
John Long enlisted as surgeon from Shelburn, Mass., under Colonels Wells and Western, and served, 1775-77. His widow applied for a pension, 1837; residence, Shelburn. He died, 1805.
 


Mrs. Jessie Long Graham.
DAR ID Number: 62640
Born in Allegheny, Pa.
Wife of G. S. Graham.
Descendant of Capt. William Long, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Henry Martin Long and Emily Brackbill, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Long and Sarah Miller, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William Long and Hannah Young, his wife.
William Long (1740-1800) commanded the 4th company, 8th battalion, Cumberland County Associators, 1777. He was born and died in Chambersburg, Pa.



Mrs. Frances Elizabeth Long Franklin.
DAR ID Number: 62787
Born in Elm Grove, W. Va.
Wife of Benjamin Franklin.
Descendant of Corp. John Henderson, of Virginia.
Daughter of James Washington Long (b. 1833) and Catherine Ann Hannan (b. 1839), his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Hannan (1796-1852) and Rhoda Henderson (1800-79), his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Henderson, Jr. (1768-1824), and Elizabeth Stodghill (1776-1846), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Henderson and Anne Givens (d. 1817), his wife, m. 1765.
John Henderson (1739-87) served at the battle of Point Pleasant, 1774, and later as corporal in Capt. John Gregory's company, Col. Daniel Morgan's regiment. He was born in Augusta County; died in Greenbrier County.
Also Nos. 37526, 45205, 48830.



Mrs. Eloise Compton Long Wells.
DAR ID Number: 65674
Born in Madison County, Ill.
Wife of George E. Wells.
Descendant of Moses Long and of Corp. Gardner Cleveland.
Daughter of Jesse Willis Long (b. 1840) and Lillian Compton (b. 1855), his wife, m. 1873.
Granddaughter of George Washington Long (1799-1881) and Marie North Moale (1804-79), his wife, m. 1833; Richard Jordan Compton (1832-99) and Ella Louise Cleveland (b. 1834), his wife, m. 1853.
Gr-granddaughter of Moses Long and Lucy Heniman (1764-1837), his wife, m. 1783; Palmer Cleveland (1794-1873) and Seraptha Swan (1806-69), his wife, m. 1832.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Gardner Cleveland and Annis Durkee (1772-1871), his wife, m. 1788.
Moses Long (1760-1848) enlisted, 1777, in a Massachusetts regiment, which was transferred to New York and stationed at Fort Stanwix. In 1778 he participated in the battle of Monmouth. He was born and died in Hopkinton, N. H.
Gardner Cleveland (1764-1826) served as corporal in the Vermont militia and was at Bennington. He was born in Kingston, R. I.; died in Duansburg, N. Y.
Also No. 52050.



Mrs. Annie Long Crutcher.
DAR ID Number: 66884
Born in Columbus, Miss.
Wife of Eugene Crutcher.
Descendant of Sergt. Lawrence Long.
Daughter of John Richard Long (1839-95) and Henrietta Austin Timberlake (b. 1842), his wife, m. 1865.
Granddaughter of Alston Long (1811-65) and Sarah Caulk, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Gabriel Long and Elizabeth Lewis (1794-1868), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Lawrence Long and Priscilla Cogswell, his wife.
Lawrence Long (1756-1803) served as sergeant in Col. Charles Lewis' 14th Virginia regiment, 1777, and later was appointed quartermaster-sergeant. He was born in Virginia; died in Missouri.
Also No. 46034.


Mrs. Nellie Long Foster.
DAR ID Number: 67613
Born in Natchitoches Parish, La.
Wife of J. M. Foster.
Descendant of Col. Ellis Cook.
Daughter of William Long (d. 1869) and Emily Boggs (d. 1845), his wife, m. 1839.
Granddaughter of John Boggs and Maria Cook, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ambrose Cook and Sarah Wheeler, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ellis Cook and Margaret Griswold Cocker (1735-77), his wife.
Ellis Cook (1732-97) was lieutenant colonel of detailed Morris County militia, 1776, and was promoted colonel, 1777. He also served in the legislature. He was born in Southampton, L. I.; died in Hanover, N. J.
Also Nos. 8557, 12095, 19758, 25583.
 



Miss Ethel E. Long.
DAR ID Number: 68297
Born in Livingston Co., N. Y.
Descendant of Adonijah Day, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Benjamin Long (1834-91) and Lydia J. Gage (1846-1900), his wife, m. 1874.
Granddaughter of Abiel D. Gage (1802-65) and Eliza Chamberlin (1808-88), his wife, m. 1838.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Chamberlin (1786-1879) and Sarah (Chamberlin) (b. 1786), his wife, m. 1807.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Chamberlin and Lucy Day, his wife (parents of Sarah).
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Adonijah Day and Sarah Loomis, his wife, m. 1752.
Adonijah Day (1733-99) responded to the Lexington Alarm from Colchester, Conn., where he was born. He died in Ellington, Conn.
 


Mrs. Nelwyn Long Stephens.
DAR ID Number: 68526
Born in Caddo, La.
Wife of Jesse B. Stephens.
Descendant of Col. Ellis Cooke.
Daughter of John J. Long and Alice Long, his wife.
Granddaughter of Dr. William Long (d. 1867) and Emily Boggs, his wife, m. 1839.
Gr-granddaughter of John Boggs and Maria Cooke, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ambrose Cooke and Sarah Wheeler, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ellis Cooke and Margaret Griswold Cocker (1735-77), his wife.
Ellis Cooke (1732-97) was lieutenant colonel of detailed Morris County militia, 1776, and was promoted colonel, 1777. He also served in the legislature. He was born in Southampton, L. I.; died in Hanover, N. J.
Also Nos. 8557, 12095, 19758, 25583.
 



Miss Sarah Louise Long.
DAR ID Number: 68641
Born in Prescott, Wis.
Descendant of Capt. William Long, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Henry Marlyn Long (b. 1836) and Emily Brackbill (b. 1840), his wife, m. 1858.
Granddaughter of Joseph Long (1790-1861) and Sarah Miller (1800-63), his wife, m. 1816.
Gr-granddaughter of William Long and Hannah Young (1755-1850), his wife.
William Long (1740-1800) commanded the 4th company, 8th battalion, Cumberland County Associators, 1777. He was born and died in Chambersburg, Pa.
Also No. 62640.
 



Mrs. Alice Long Jones.
DAR ID Number: 68645
Born in Rutland, Vt.
Wife of J. C. Jones.
Descendant of Levi Long and of Capt. Jonathan Giddings.
Daughter of Levi Clark Long (b. 1831) and Martha Eliza Merriam (b. 1834), his wife, m. 1837.
Granddaughter of Jared Long and Martha Barr, his wife; William P. Merriam (1801-86) and Armenia Giddings (1804-91), his wife, m. 1829.
Gr-granddaughter of Levi Long and Abigail Baker, his 1st wife; Solomon Giddings (b. 1775) and Patty Paine (b. 1781), his wife, m. 1801.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Giddings and Mary Baldwin (1748-1824), his wife, m. 1766.
Levi Long (1758-1849) was placed on the pension roll, 1832, of Rutland County, N. Y., for service as private, 1776, in Captain Wilson's company, Connecticut Line, and, 1778-82, served several enlistments in New York and Vermont. He was born in Coventry, Conn.; died in Rutland, Vt.
Jonathan Giddings (1711-1817) enlisted as a private and was promoted captain of a scouting company. He was born in Lyme, Conn.



Mrs. Alice Long Means.
DAR ID Number: 69526
Born in De Soto County, La.
Wife of W. B. Means.
Descendant of Col. Ellis Cook, of New Jersey.
Daughter of John J. Long and Alice W. Logan, his wife.
Granddaughter of Dr. William Long (d. 1867) and Emily Boggs, his wife, m. 1840.
Gr-granddaughter of Rev. John Boggs and Maria Cook, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Dr. Ambrose Cook and Sarah Wheeler, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ellis Cook and Margaret Griswold Cocker (1735-77), his wife.
Ellis Cook (1732-97) was lieutenant-colonel of detailed Morris County militia, 1776, and was promoted colonel, 1777. He also served in the Legislature. He was born in Southampton, L. I.; died in Hanover, N. J.
Also No. 25583.


Mrs. Julia James Long Knapp.
DAR ID Number: 69681
Born in St. Augustine, Fla.
Wife of Arnold Knapp, M. D.
Descendant of John James, Sr.
Daughter of Robert Long (b. 1857) and Mary Elise Wiley (b. 1866), his wife, m. 1885.
See No. 69680.



Mrs. Sarah Long Daggett.
DAR ID Number: 71567
Born in Shelburne Falls, Mass.
Wife of Byron H. Daggett.
Descendant of Stephen Long, and of Joseph Allen.
Daughter of Lawson Long (1798-1882) and Louisa L. Allen (1803-64), his wife, m. 1824.
Granddaughter of Stephen Long and Nancy Lawson (1758-1842), his wife, m. 1778; Joseph Allen, Jr. (1764-1823) and Lucrctia Stebbins Smead (1776-1839), his wife, m. 1800.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Allen and Hepzibah Coffin (1736-69), his wife, m. 1753.
Stephen Long (1738-1816) enlisted, 1775, from Taunton. In 1838 his widow was allowed a pension for eight months' actual service as private, Massachusetts line. He was born in Taunton; died in Shelburne Falls.
Joseph Allen (1737-1804) served in Capt. John Topham's company of Newport, R. I., 1779. He was born in Nantucket, Mass. In 1767 he removed to Newport, R. I.; died in Shutesbury, Mass.
Also No. 40039.
 



Mrs. Etta J. Cuthbertson Long.
DAR ID Number: 71657
Born in Cabarrus County, N. C.
Wife of Henry Cyrus Long.
Descendant of Joseph Howell.
Daughter of William F. Cuthbertson (1836-86) and Jane M. Kiser (b. 1840), his wife, m. 1859.
Granddaughter of Marcus Kiser (1787-1872) and Mary Howell (1796-1884), his wife, m. 1810.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Howell, Jr. (1764-1866), and Sylva Robison (1773-1853), his wife, m. 1789.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Howell and Eleanor Garmon, his wife.
Joseph Howell (1731-1835) served as private in Capt. Adam Alexander's company, 1776; was at the battles of Guildford Court House and Kings Mountain. He was born in Anson County; died in Cabarrus County, N. C.
 



Miss Grace Long.
DAR ID Number: 72049
Born in Findlay, Ohio.
Descendant of Spencer Lacy.
Daughter of William Henry Long (b. 1865) and Martha Florence McAdoo (b. 1867), his wife.
Granddaughter of William McAdoo and Hannah Hillegas, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Tunis Newkirk Hillegas and Nancy Lacy, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Mills Lacy and Mary Hurley Clifton, his 2nd wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Spencer Lacy and Sarah Fletcher, his 2nd wife.
Spencer Lacy (1742-1824) served as a drummer, 1780, in Capt. George Smith's company, 2nd battalion, Col. Henry Neill's regiment of Delaware militia. He was born in Norfolk, Va.
Also No. 39711.

 



Mrs. Ella Shields De Long.
DAR ID Number: 74407
Born in Boston, Mass.
Wife of Archibald Z. D. De Long.
Descendant of Sergt. Johnathan Clark, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of William Shields (1831-1900) and Jane Fennell (1835-86), his wife, m. 1866.
Granddaughter of John Shields (1806-59) and Maria Louise Adams (1810-99), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Lemuel Adams (1775-1863) and Hannah Clark (1786-1866), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Clark and Hannah Gloyd, his wife, m. 1769.
Johnathan Clark (1746-1827) served several short enlistments at the alarms from Abington. He was placed on the pension roll of Plymouth County, 1818, for service as private, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Braintree; died in Abington.
Also No. 44401.
 



Mrs. Anne De Long Warren.
DAR ID Number: 74877
Born in Glens Falls, N. Y.
Wife of James Henry Warren.
Descendant of Jesse Barker, Jr.
Daughter of Cutler J. De Long (b. 1846) and Mary Clendon (b. 1849), his wife, m. 1871.
Granddaughter of Zopher I. De Long (1815-1906) and Catherine Scott (1819-91), his wife, m. 1838.
Gr-granddaughter of Simon Scott (1796-1850) and Lydia Barker (1795-1846), his wife, m. 1819.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Barker, Jr., and Prudence Paine (1765-1848), his wife, m. 1794.
Jesse Barker, Jr. (1761-1804), enlisted from Brimfield, 1777, serving several enlistments until 1781, Mass. troops. He was born in Cambridge, Mass.; died in Edinburgh, N. Y.
 



Miss E. Carrie Long.
DAR ID Number: 75432
Born in White Plains, N. Y.
Descendant of Sergt. Ebenezer McKenzie.
Daughter of Edward B. Long and Sarah Thiell, his wife, m. 1867.
Granddaughter of John Thiell, Jr. (1807-88), and Sarah Van Orden (1811-89), his wife, m. 1829.
Gr-granddaughter of John Thiell (1770-1851) and Mary McKenzie (1785-1828), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer McKenzie and Elizabeth Brown (1755-1844), his wife, m. 1781.
Ebenezer McKenzie (1751-1812) enlisted in the Continental Army, 1777, under Capt. Abraham Hunt, Col. Joseph Vose, and, 1779, appointed sergeant, serving in the same regiment. He died in Haverstraw, N. Y.
Also No. 52182.
 



Mrs. Helen De Long Bush.
DAR ID Number: 75636
Born in Glens Falls, N. Y.
Wife of Howard John Bush.
Descendant of Jesse Barker.
Daughter of Cutler J. De Long (b. 1848) and Mary Clendon (b. 1849), his wife, m. 1871.
Granddaughter of Zopher I. De Long (1815-1901) and Katherine Scott (1819-91), his wife, m. 1838.
Gr-granddaughter of Simon Scott (1796-1850) and Lydia Barker (1795-1846), his wife, m. 1819.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Barker and Prudence Paine (1765-1848), his wife.
Jesse Barker (1761-1804) enlisted from Brimfield, 1777, serving several enlistments until 1781. In 1778, he was in Capt. Isaac Warren's (6th) company, Col. John Bailey's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Cambridge, Mass.; died in Edinburgh, N. Y.
Also No. 74877.



Mrs. Katherine De Long Carter.
DAR ID Number: 75637
Born in Buckner's Station, Va.
Wife of Robert Cameron Carter.
Descendant of Jesse Barker.
Daughter of Cutler J. De Long (b. 1848) and Mary Clendon (b. 1849), his wife, m. 1871.
See No. 75636.



Mrs. Louise Dean De Long.
DAR ID Number: 76958
Born in Cornwall, Vt.
Wife of William H. De Long.
Descendant of Ashbel Dean.
Daughter of Franklin H. Dean (1810-95) and Tamar Field (1811-44), his wife, m. 1832.
Granddaughter of Ashbel Dean and Rachel Barnum (1772-1842), his wife.
Ashbel Dean (1764-1823) served as private in Capt. Peter Mills' company, Colonel Baldwin's New Jersey regiment of artificers. He was born in New Jersey; died in Monkton, Vt.



Mrs. Vilera De Long Weed.
DAR ID Number: 77186
Born in Bangor, N. Y.
Wife of Rev. Charles Albert Weed.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Joseph Senter, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Edgor Lawrence De Long (1844-77) and Elizabeth Senter Walker (b. 1848), his wife, m. 1868.
Granddaughter of Benjamin Walker (1808-84) and Vilera Warren (1816-60), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William Warren (d. 1863) and Priscilla Kelsey Senter, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Senter, Jr., and Mary Kelsey, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Senter and Elizabeth Johnson, his wife.
Joseph Senter (1722-98), who had served in the early wars, was at Fort Independence, 1776, in command of four companies and in the Rhode Island expedition, 1777. In 1779 he was a member of the Provincial Congress. He was born in Londonderry; died in Holderness, N. H.
Also Nos. 19406, 43630, 56528.
 



Mrs. Emma H. Long Goodner.
DAR ID Number: 77342
Born in Athens, Tenn.
Wife of John Goodner.
Descendant of William Augustus Atlee, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of William R. Long (1819-1906) and Sarah Elizabeth Atlee (1829-89), his wife, m. 1847.
Granddaughter of William Lewis Atlee (1803-80) and Sarah Gilbert (1807-91), his wife, m. 1828.
Gr-granddaughter of William Pitt Atlee (1772-1815) and Sarah Light (1782-1850), his wife, m. 1798.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Augustus Atlee and Esther Bowes Sayre (d. 1790), his wife, m. 1763.
William Augustus Atlee (1735-93) was chairman of the Committee of Safety and superintendent of the barracks at Lancaster, where British prisoners were confined. He was born in Philadelphia; died in Lancaster.
Also No. 74473.
 



Mrs. Elitha Long Chamberlain.
DAR ID Number: 78284
Born in Adams County, Ill.
Wife of Loraine A. Chamberlain.
Descendant of Andrew Kennedy.
Daughter of James Hutton Long (1809-94) and Eliza Jane Noyes (1821-63), his wife, m. 1848.
Granddaughter of Kennedy Long (1763-1821) and Elizabeth Kennedy (1779-1850), his wife, m. 1797.
Gr-granddaughter of Andrew Kennedy and Elizabeth Potts (1753-1820), his wife, m. 1774.
Andrew Kennedy (1751-1811) served, 1777, as a private in the 4th regiment, Pennsylvania Continental Line, under Col. Lambert Cadwallader. He was born in Ireland; died in Philadelphia, Pa.



Mrs. Caroline Long Brown.
DAR ID Number: 78579
Born in London, Ohio.
Wife of Albert G. Brown.
Descendant of Ensign Samuel Brewer Magruder.
Daughter of Benjamin Caselman Long (1823-1904) and Virginia Catherine Mayne, his wife.
Granddaughter of Emanuel Mayne (1805-62) and Grace Magruder (1802-70), his wife, m. 1826.
Gr-granddaughter of Ninian Magruder (1772-1830) and Grace Townsend (1779-1813), his wife, m. 1795.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Brewer Magruder and Rebecca Magruder (1746-1805), his 1st wife.
Samuel Brewer Magruder (1744-1818) was commissioned ensign, 1777, in the 29th battalion, Montgomery County, Maryland militia. He was born and died in Maryland.
Also No. 74942.



Mrs. Charlotte Burr Long.
DAR ID Number: 78978
Born in Bridgeport, Conn.
Wife of Jesse W. Long.
Descendant of Ebenezer Burr.
Daughter of Timothy Edwin Burr (1834-86) and Charlotta Thompson (1845-71), his wife, m. 1862.
Granddaughter of Timothy Burr (1788-1858) and Sarah Taylor (1789-1858), his wife, m. 1807.
Gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Burr and Amelia Goodsell, his wife, m. 1786.
Ebenezer Burr (1761-1819) served as private in Capt. Ebenezer Hills' company, Col. Waterbury's Connecticut regiment. He was born and died in Fairfield, Conn.
 


Mrs. Elizabeth Ballard Long.
DAR ID Number: 79025
Born in Nicholasville, Ky.
Wife of W. D. Long.
Descendant of Capt. James Hord and of Capt. John Curd.
Daughter of John W. Ballard (1831-1909) and Mary Brent Metcalf (b. 1836), his wife, m. 1863.
Granddaughter of Henry Metcalf (1800-79) and Elizabeth Fishback (1805-85), his wife, m. 1825.
Gr-granddaughter of John Fishback (1774-1851) and Lucy Hord (d. 1833), his wife, m. 1801.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Hord and Nancy Curd (b. 1764), his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Curd and Lucy Brent, his wife, m. 1758.
James Hord served as ensign in the 7th Virginia regiment, Continental Line, and subsequently commanded a company in the Virginia militia. He was born in Caroline County, Va.; died in Jessamine County, Ky.
Also No. 37905.
John Curd (1726-85) was captain of a company of militia from Goochland County, Va., where he was born. He died in Garrard County, Ky.



Mrs. Stella Long Duckwell.
DAR ID Number: 79411
Born in California, Ohio.
Wife of E. W. Duckwell.
Descendant of Francis McCormick.
Daughter of Alexander Long (b. 1840) and Mary Frances Ross (b. 1843), his wife, m. 1866.
Granddaughter of Jacob Ross (1802-54) and Rebecca Gregg (1814-66), his wife, m. 1837.
Gr-granddaughter of James Gregg and Nancy McCormick, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Francis McCormick and Rebecca McCormick (1767-1840), his wife.
Francis McCormick (1764-1836) was placed on the pension roll, 1832, of Hamilton County, Ohio, for service as private in the Virginia militia. He was born in Frederick County, Va.; died in Salem, Ohio.
 



Mrs. Estella R. Long Mock.
DAR ID Number: 79461
Born in Keokuk County, Iowa.
Wife of Edgar J. Mock.
Descendant of Sergt. Christopher Long.
Daughter of Anderson H. Long (1830-98) and Anna Briggs (1834-1901), his wife, m. 1852.
Granddaughter of Jesse W. Long (1799-1863) and Hannah Hegler, his wife, m. 1825.
Gr-granddaughter of Reuben Long (1773-1838) and Martha Witt, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Christopher Long and Sarah Turner (d. 1822), his wife, m. 1773.
Christopher Long (1746-1829) served as color sergeant of Culpeper militia, under General Washington at Yorktown. He was born in Culpeper County, Va.; died in Henry County, Ind.
Also No. 77653.



Miss Michi Geraldine Long.
DAR ID Number: 79529
Born in Yokohama, Japan.
Descendant of William Augustus Atlee.
Daughter of Carroll Summerfield Long (1850-90) and Flora Smith (b. 1861), his wife, m. 1879.
Granddaughter of William Reynolds Long (1819-1907) and Sarah Gilbert (d. 1891), his wife, m. 1847.
Gr-granddaughter of William Lewis Atlee (1803-80) and Sarah Gilbert (d. 1891), his wife, m. 1828.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Pitt Atlee (1772-1815) and Sarah Light (1782-1850), his wife, m. 1798.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Augustus Atlee and Esther Bowes Sayers (1747-90), his wife, m. 1763.
William Augustus Atlee (1735-95) was chairman of the Committee of Safety and superintendent of the barracks at Lancaster, where British prisoners were confined. He was born in Philadelphia; died in Lancaster, Pa.



Mrs. Isabel Scott Long.
DAR ID Number: 79675
Born in Warrenton, Va.
Wife of Zeb Vance Long.
Descendant of William Cabell.
Daughter of John Allison Scott (b. 1852) and Lucy Waddell (b. 1858), his wife, m. 1880.
Granddaughter of John A. Scott (1820-95) and Mary Carter McClelland (1824-90), his wife, m. 1847.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas S. McClelland (1774-1835) and Margaret Cabell (1785-1863), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Cabell (1759-1822) and Anne Carrington (1760-1828), his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Cabell and Margaret Jordan (d. 1812), his wife, m. 1756.
William Cabell (1730-98) was a member of the Committee of Safety and a delegate to the State Convention. He was born and died in Virginia.
Also No. 78911.



Mrs. Elizabeth A. De Long Stoudt.
DAR ID Number: 81428
Born in Berks County, Pa.
Wife of Rev. John Baer Stoudt.
Descendant of Johannes De Long, Lieut. George Schaeffer, Daniel Peters, Daniel Schneider, and Peter Fetterolf.
Daughter of Joseph S. De Long (1837-96) and Mary H. Yoder (b. 1845), his wife, m. 1869.
Granddaughter of Jacob De Long (1803-51) and Sarah Schaeffer (1803-96), his wife, m. 1869; Martin Yoder, Jr. (1819-88), and Catherine Hoch (1821-79), his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Joseph De Long (b. 1764) and Susannah Webber (1775-1808), his 1st wife, m. 1795; Philip Schaeffer (1770-1851) and Elizabeth Fetterolf, his wife; Martin Yoder (1780-1837) and Susanna Peters (1783-1844), his wife; Gideon Hoch (1796-1865) and Susanna Weidner (1797-1881), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Johannes De Long and Mary Catherine Dussinger, his wife, m. 1754; George Schaeffer and Katharine Reib, his wife, m. 1750; Peter Fetterolf, Jr., and Elizabeth Seitz, his wife; Daniel Peters and Magdalena Romig (1750-1820), his wife, m. 1776; Abraham Hoch (1771-1838) and Susanna Schneider (1772-1836), his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Fetterolf and Anna Maria Rothermel (1712-83), his wife, m. 1729; Daniel Schneider and Barbara Schenkel (1751-1823), his wife.
Johannes De Long (1723-1813) took the Oath of Allegiance, 1777. He was born in New York; died in Pennsylvania.
George Schaeffer served as lieutenant in Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Germany; died, 1792, in Richmond Township, Pa.
Daniel Peters (1747-1816) served as private, 1777, in Capt. Daniel Reiff's company, Pennsylvania militia. He was born and died in Berks County, Pa.
Daniel Schneider (1749-1804) served as private, 1777, in Capt. Daniel Reiff's company, Pennsylvania militia. He was born and died in Berks County, Pa.
Peter Fetterolf (1699-1784) took the Oath of Allegiance, 1777, in Berks County, Pa. He was born in Germany; died in Pennsylvania.



Mrs. Rosalie Nickerson Long.
DAR ID Number: 83095
Born in Lewiston, Me.
Wife of Jesse R. Long.
Descendant of Capt. John Wentworth, Foster Wentworth, Edward Doan, and Prince Strout, as follows:
1. Charles F. Nickerson (b. 1853), m. 1871, Josephine B. Churchill (b. 1855).
2. Elijah Nickerson (1825-68), m. 1851, Nancy Wentworth (1829-72); Joseph Warren Churchill (d. 1899), m. 1849, Mary Johnythena Doan (b. 1833).
3. William Wentworth (1798-1847), m. 1824, Mehitable Storer (b. 1799); John Randall Doan (1799-1834), m. 1832, Lucy Strout (1809-95).
4. Foster Wentworth, m. 1788, Catherine Jordan (1767-1850); Richard Doan (1772-1848), m. 1793, Mary Randall (1775-1829); Prince Strout, Jr. (1777-1867), m. 1805, Rachel Strout (d. 1869),
5. John Wentworth, m. 1762, Sarah Bartlet (1740-1827); Edward Doan, m. 2nd, 1766, Sarah McDougle (d. 1817); Prince Strout, m. 1775, Christiana Dyer (b. 1756).
John Wentworth (1736-81) commanded a company, 1776, at Fort Edward; served in the Coast Guards, and, 1778, guarded the captive prisoners of Burgoyne. He was born in Kittery, Me.; died in Chillicothe, Ohio.
Also No. 74178.
Foster Wentworth (1765-1861) served as private in Capt. John Wentworth's company, Colonel Jordan's regiment, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Kittery; died in Webster, Me.
Edward Doan (1741-1817) served, 1775, as private in Capt. David Strout's company and, 1776, in Capt. Benjamin Hooper's company for seacoast defense. He was born and died in Cape Elizabeth, Me.
Prince Strout (1754-1834) received a pension for service as private, 1776-77, under Captains Stewart and Sawyer, Colonel Phinney's regiment, Massachusetts Continental Line. He was born in Cape Elizabeth; died in Raymond, Me.



Miss Dora Long.
DAR ID Number: 83399
Born in Grainger County, Tenn.
Descendant of James Shields, as follows:
1. William H. Long (b. 1840), m. 1868, Priscilla Shields (1844-1900).
2. James Shields (1797-1882), m. 1826, Mary Cobb (1802-63).
2. James Shields, Jr. (1797-1882), m. 1826, Jane Gilliland (1764-1849).
See No. 83385.



Mrs. Martha Florence Mcadoo Long.
DAR ID Number: 83427
Born in Uhrichsville, Ohio.
Wife of William Henry Long.
Descendant of Spencer Lacy, as follows:
1. William McAdoo (1824-1902), m. 1864, Hannah Hillegas (1843-83).
2. Tunis Newkirk Hillegas (1807-84), m. 1831, Nancy Lacy.
3. John Mills Lacy (1772-1870), m., 2nd, Mary Hurley Clifton (1797-1843).
4. Spencer Lacy, m., 2nd, Sarah Fletcher.
Spencer Lacy (1743-1824) served as a drummer, 1780, in Capt. George Smith's company, 2nd battalion, Col. Henry Neill's regiment, Delaware militia. He was born in Norfolk, Va.
Also No. 72049.



Miss Bertie Helms Long.
DAR ID Number: 83545
Born in Jefferson County, Tenn.
Descendant of James Shields, as follows:
1. William H. Long (b. 1840), m. 1868, Amanda Priscilla Shields (1844-1900).
2. James Shields (1797-1882), m. 1826, Mary Cobb (1802-63).
See No. 83385.



Mrs. Adda Long Nichols.
DAR ID Number: 84464
Born in Genesee, Ill.
Wife of Lorenzo Daw Nichols.
Descendant of Jotham Hunt, Ensign James Gilchrist, Charles Harah, and John Long, as follows:
1. James Porter Long, M. D. (1822-80), m. 1850, Editha Ann Hunt (b. 1827).
2. Robert Long (1774-1848), m. 1802, Jean Harah (1782-1830); Lewis Hunt (1799-1876), m. 1826, Phebe Denman (1806-84).
3. Jotham Hunt, m. Elizabeth Prey; Charles Harah, m. 1764, Margaret Gilchrist (b. 1743); John Long, m. 1760, Mary Helm (1735-1832);
4. James Gilchrist, m. Sarah —.
Jotham Hunt (1755-1832) was a private in Capt. William Pearce's company, Col. Morris Graham's New York regiment of militia. He was born and died in Dutchess County, N. Y.
James Gilchrist was commissioned ensign, 1779, serving in the 5th Pennsylvania Continental Line. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa., where, in 1782, his will was probated.
Charles Harah served in Capt. Robert Campbell's company, Col. Thomas Porter's battalion, 1776, Pennsylvania troops. He was born, 1744, in Little Britain, Lancaster County; died in West Newton, Pa.
John Long (1726-83) served in Capt. William Steele's company, Col. Thomas Porter's battalion of Pennsylvania Associators, 1776. He died in Drumore, Pa.
 



Mrs. Nelle B. Long Harriman.
DAR ID Number: 85610
Born in Jackson, Ohio.
Wife of John Clifton Harriman.
Descendant of Sergt. John James, as follows:
1. Elias Long (b. 1836), m. 1861, Emily Carrick (b. 1840).
2. Andrew Long (1810-69), m. 1832, Eliza James.
3. John James, Jr. (1771-1854), m. 1798, Nancy Cook (1775-1849).
4. John James, m. 1764, Esther Dennison (1746-85).
John James served as corporal from Preston on the Lexington Alarm and as sergeant, 1776, under Capt. Edward Mott. He was born about 1745 in Preston, Conn.; died, 1799, in Wood County, W. Va.
Also No. 58843.


 Mrs. Alice Long Speelman.
DAR ID Number: 85878
Born in Jackson, Ohio.
Wife of Harley Vance Speelman.
Descendant of Sergt. John James, as follows:
1. Elias Long (b. 1836), m. 1861, Emily Carrick (b. 1840).
2. Andrew Long (1810-69), m. 1832, Eliza James.
See No. 85610.



Mrs. Grace Whitson Long.
DAR ID Number: 85967
Born in Clinton, Iowa.
Wife of Walter Mears Long.
Descendant of Brig.-Gen. Mathias Williamson, and of John Piatt, as follows:
1. John Thomas Whitson (1845-1904), m. 1872, Ida Cordelia Dietz (b. 1854).
2. James Whitson (b. 1813), m. Catherine Piatt (1818-86).
3. John Piatt (1793-1828), m. Mary Foresman (1793-1853).
4. John Piatt (1768-1823), m. Elizabeth Kline (1773-1834).
5. John Piatt, m. 1763, Jane Williamson.
6. Mathias Williamson, m. Susannah Halstead.
Mathias Williamson (1716-1807) was colonel of Essex County Light Horse, 1775, and commanded a brigade, 1777. He served as quartermaster general and his son Matthias was his assistant. He was born in Elizabethtown; died in Elizabeth, N. J.
John Piatt (1740-1819) served as minute man in the Middlesex County, New Jersey militia. He removed to Somerset County, Pa., where he died.
 



Mrs. Mary Ann Downs Long.
DAR ID Number: 86581
Born in Marshall, Mo.
Wife of David Franklin Long.
Descendant of Ensign Joseph Bowen, as follows:
1. Thomas Jefferson Downs (1814-87) m., 1837, Nancy Current Bowen (1818-60).
2. Joseph Bowen, Jr. (1777-1839), m., 1798, Nancy Current (1780-1858).
3. Joseph Bowen m. Anne Reeves.
Joseph Bowen (1755-79) served as an ensign in Capt. Nathaniel Blackmore's company, Colonel Lippitts's regiment, Rhode Island militia. He died in Rhode Island.
Also No. 67678.


Mrs. Mary Downs Long Coram.
DAR ID Number: 86582
Born in Columbus, Ind.
Wife of James Albert Coram.
Descendant of Ensign Joseph Bowen, as follows:
1. David Franklin Long (1833-1910) m., 1864, Mary Ann Downs (b. 1845).
See No. 86581.



Mrs. Sue Long Pearson.
DAR ID Number: 86994
Born in Mississippi.
Wife of Richmond N. Pearson.
Descendant of Col. Nicholas Long, as follows:
1. Benjamin S. Long (1804-76) m., 1825, Elizabeth Ashe Brownrigg (1839-68).
2. Lunsford Long (d. 1809) m. 2nd, 1799, Mary Copeland (d. 1811).
3. Nicholas Long m. 2nd, 1761, Mary McKinnie.
Nicholas Long served as colonel of infantry and quartermaster-general, 1776, in tthe Continental Army. He was born in North Carolina, where, in 1797, he died.
 



Mrs. Elizabeth Long Taylor.
DAR ID Number: 87269
Born in Jackson, Ohio.
Wife of George Hubbard Taylor.
Descendant of Sergt. John James, as follows:
1. Elias Long (b. 1836) m., 1861, Emily Carrick (b. 1840).
2. Andrew Long (1810-69) m., 1832, Eliza James.
3. John James, Jr. (1771-1854) m., 1798, Nancy Cook (1775-1849).
4. John James m., 1764, Esther Dennison (1746-85).
John James served as corporal from Preston at the Lexington Alarm and as sergeant, 1776, under Capt. Edward Mott. He was born about 1745 in Exeter, R. I.; died, 1799, in Wood County, W. Va.
Also No. 28222.
 


Mrs. Adda Long Harper.
DAR ID Number: 87373
Born in Harrison, Iowa.
Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Ferris, as follows:
1. Joel J. Long (1828-1902) m., 1853, Susan E. Snell (b. 1831).
2. Michael C. Snell (1803-73) m. Ann D. Ferris (1806-94).
3. Frederick Ferris (1784-1845) m., 1810, Susan Nichols (1791-1832).
4. Samuel Ferris m. Susan Peck.
Samuel Ferris served as sergeant in Capt. George Peck's company, 9th regiment, Connecticut militia. He was born in Connecticut; died in Greenwich or Stamford, Conn.
Also No. 72631.



Mrs. Mary Frances Hogg Long.
DAR ID Number: 88179
Born in Mason County, W. Va.
Wife of Morgan Long.
Descendant of Peter Hog, as follows:
1. John Thomas Hogg (1831-91) m. 1852 Margaret McKown McGuffin.
2. Thomas Gary Hogg (1800-73) m. Lucy Ball (b. 1809).
3. Peter Hogg, Jr., m. Patsey Abney.
4. Peter Hog m. Elizabeth Taylor.
Peter Hog (1703-82) served as the first clerk of the Augusta County Court, 1778. He was born in Scotland; died in Augusta County, Va.
Also No. 63873.


 

Mrs. Jessie Downs Long Stillinger.
DAR ID Number: 88848
Born in Columbus, Ind.
Descendant of Ensign Joseph Bowen, as follows:
1. David Franklin Long (1833-1910) m. 1864 Mary Ann Downs (1845-1911).
2. Thomas Jefferson Downs (1814-87) m. 1st, 1837 Nancy Current Bowen (1818-60).
3. Joseph Bowen, Jr. (1777-1839) m. 1798 Nancy Current (1780-1858).
4. Joseph Bowen m. Anne Reeves.
Joseph Bowen (1755-79) served as an ensign in Capt. Nathaniel Blackmore's company, Colonel Lippitt's regiment, Rhode Island militia. He died in Rhode Island.
Also No. 86581.



Miss Lucy Camilla De Long.
DAR ID Number: 89149
Born in Bellefonte, Pa.
Descendant of Johannes De Long, Lieut. George Schaeffer, Michael Newhard, Michael Newhard, Jr., and Peter Fetterolf, as follows:
1. John Francis De Long (b. 1847) m. 1882 Amanda E. Laubach (b. 1855).
2. Francis De Long (1815-80) m. 1837 Esther Schaeffer (1816-95); Samuel Laubach (1821-63) m. 1846 Lucy Hess (1823-1907).
3. Joseph De Long (1764-1947) m. 2nd 1809 Susanna Butz (1782-1874); Philip Schaeffer (1770-1853) m. Elizabeth Fetterolf (1776-1849); Peter Laubach (1788-1857) m. Elizabeth Neligh (1789-1871).
4. Johannes De Long m. 1754 Catherine Dussinger; George Schaeffer m. 1750 Catherine Reib; Peter Fetterolf, Jr. (b. 1730), m. Elizabeth Seitz; Adam Laubach m. 1788 Margaret Newhard (1769-1846).
5. Peter Fetterolf m. 1729 Anna Maria Rothermel (1712-83); Michael Newhard, Jr., m. Maria Barbara —.
6. Michael Newhard m. Barbara — (1716-92).
Johannes De Long (1723-1813) took the Oath of Allegiance, 1777. He was born in New York; died in Pennsylvania.
George Schaeffer served as lieutenant in Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Germany; died, 1792, in Richmond Township, Pa.
Also No. 81428.
Michael Newhard (1713-93) was a private in the Northampton County, Pennsylvania militia, 1781. He was born in Switzerland; died in Northampton County, Pa.
Also No. 77312.
Michael Newhard, Jr. (1742-1815), served as private in Capt. George Train's company, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Bucks County; died in Lehigh County, Pa.
Peter Fetterolf (1699-1784) took the Oath of Allegiance, 1777, in Berks County, Pa. He was born in Germany; died in Pennsylvania.
Also No. 81428.



Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Long Logan.
DAR ID Number: 90719
Born in Harrison, Iowa.
Wife of Strand M. Logan.
Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Ferris, as follows:
1. Joel J. Long (1828-1903) m. 1853 Susan E. Snell (1831-1911).
2. Michael C. Snell (1803-72) m. Ann D. Ferris (1806-94).
3. Frederick Ferris (1784-1845) m. Susanna Nichols (1791-1832).
4. Samuel Ferris m. Susan Peck (b. 1739).
Samuel Ferris served as sergeant in Capt. George Peck's company, 9th regiment, Connecticut militia. He was born in Connecticut; died in Greenwich (or Stamford) Conn.
Also No. 72631.
 



Mrs. Ella Holman Long.
DAR ID Number: 91628
Born in Madison, Wis.
Wife of Lorin I. Long.
Descendant of Capt. Timothy Lockwood and of Capt. Jonathan Birge, as follows:
1. Frank Rockwell Holman (1835-65) m. 1858 Melinda Lockwood Newton (1834-1921).
2. Joel Davis Holman (1806-78) m. Amelia L. Rockwell (b. 1806).
3. Daniel R. Newton m. Maria Lockwood; Noah Rockwell (1775-1855) m. Anna Birge (1775-1848).
4. Jonathan Birge m. 1763 Priscilla Hammond; Ebenezer Lockwood m. Betsey Seymour.
5. Timothy Lockwood m. Abigail Mead.
Timothy Lockwood (1735-82) was captain of a train band before the war and commanded a company of coast guards during the Revolution. He was born and died in Greenwich, Conn.
Also No. 69770.
Jonathan Birge (1734-76) responded to the Lexington Alarm and commanded a company at the battle of White Plains, where he was mortally wounded. He was born in Windsor, Conn.
Also No. 69013.



Mrs. Harriet Long Nichols.
DAR ID Number: 91631
Born in Lansing, Mich.
Wife of Willard S. Nichols.
Descendant of Samuel Longgon (Long), as follows:
1. John Rogers Long (1814-86) m. 1836 Martha Marilla Hurd (1818-1905).
2. Samuel Long (1779-1860) m. 1801 Lydia Farmer (1781-1862).
3. Samuel Longgon (or Long) m. Abigail Chandler (b. 1758).
Samuel Longgon served as private in Capt. Jonathan Brown's company, Col. David Green's regiment, Massachusetts Line. He was born, 1752, in Tewksbury, Mass.
 



Miss Sally Griggs Long.
DAR ID Number: 91685
Born in La Grange, Ga.
Descendant of William Sumner Battle, as follows:
1. Dr. James Alfred Long (1827-79) m. 1851 Sarah Curtis Griggs (1835-1902).
2. William Henry Long (1798-1866) m. 1821 Susan Fawcette Battle (1803-57).
3. William Sumner Battle m. 1783 Sally Whitehead.
William Sumner Battle (1761-1803) was a private from Georgia in the War of Independence. He was born in Nansamond County, Va.; died in Hancock County, Ga.
 



Mrs. Sarah Mott Long Taylor.
DAR ID Number: 91687
Born in Lee County, Ga.
Wife of William Reid Taylor.
Descendant of William Sumner Battle, as follows:
1. William Henry Long, Jr. (b. 1822), m. 1841 Sarah Mott Taylor (1826-1906).
2. William Henry Long (1798-1866) m. 1821 Susan Fawcette Battle (1803-57).
See No. 91685.


Mrs. Marian Long Rodgers.
DAR ID Number: 8796
Born in Illinois.
Wife of Thomas Blockwood Rodgers.
Descendant of Capt. Andrew Long and of Andrew Kennedy, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Capt. Andrew Kennedy Long, U. S. N., and Marian Lowry Donaldson, his wife.
Granddaughter of Col. Kennedy Long and Elizabeth Kennedy, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Kennedy and Elizabeth Potts, his wife; and of Andrew Long.
Andrew Long commanded a company in Col. Samuel Miles' rifle regiment at the battle of Long Island. Ill health compelled him to resign and he died soon after.
Andrew Kennedy, who was born in Ireland, enlisted in the Continental Line, and was at Brandywine, Germantown, Valley Forge, Monmouth and served until the surrender at Yorktown. He died in Philadelphia in 1811.
 
 


Mrs. Jennie Long Bouscaren.
DAR ID Number: 12256
Born in Kentucky.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Burgess Ball and of Armistead Long, of Virginia.
Daughter of Albert K. Long and Mary E. Porter, his wife.
Granddaughter of Albert G. Long and Maria Cralle, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Armistead Long and Elizabeth Burgess Ball, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Burgess Ball and Mary Chichester, his first wife.
Burgess Ball was captain of Infantry and equipped and commanded a regiment of the Virginia Line. He served as volunteer aid to Washington and was an original member of the Cincinnati. He died, 1800, aged fifty-one.
Armistead Long at sixteen enlisted in Lee's Light Horse and served in the Legion during the Revolution.
Also Nos. 44, 1157, 4863.
 


Miss Elizabeth Virginia Long.
DAR ID Number: 16081
Born in Boston, Massachusetts.
Descendant of John Long and of Elnathan Sawtell.
Daughter of John James Long and Cordelia Ruth Sawtell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Long and Eliza Shewell, his wife; Elnathan Sawtell and Milly Woods Pitts, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Long and Ann Scott, his wife; Elnathan Sawtell and Ruth Patch, his wife.
John Long served as a private. He was born in Harford county, Md., and died in 1818. His wife received a pension for two years' actual service of her husband.
Elnathan Sawtell, (1753-1836), was placed on the pension roll of Middlsex county, Mass., 1833, for ten months' service as a private in the Mass. militia. He died in Groton, Mass.
 


Mrs. Lulu Long Goodier.
DAR ID Number: 17746
Born in Muncie, Indiana.
Wife of Wadsworth L. Goodier.
Descendant of Corp. James Long, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of James H. Long and Mary V. Foster, his wife.
Granddaughter of Stephen Long and Susanna Leas, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of James Long and Elizabeth Douglass, his wife.
James Long, (1758-1841), served as corporal in Capt. Persifor Frazer's company, Col. Anthony Wayne's regiment, 1776-7. He was born in Lancaster county, Pa., and died in Warren county, Ohio.
 


Mrs. Lida May Long Mahony.
DAR ID Number: 17932
Born in Hillsdale, Michigan.
Wife of James M. Mahony.
Descendant of John Long, of Maryland; Elnathan Sawtell, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of John James Long and Cornelia Ruth Sawtell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Long and Eliza Shewell, his wife; Elnathan Sawtell and Mary Woods Pitts, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Long and Ann Scott, his wife; Elnathan Sawtell and Ruth Patch, his wife.
John Long was a private from Harford Co., Md., where he died in 1818. His widow received a pension for two years' actual service of her husband in the Maryland Line.
Elnathan Sawtell, (1753-1836), served in the Massachusetts militia. He received a pension at the age of eighty in Middlesex county for ten months' actual service as a private. He died in Groton, Mass.
Also No. 16081.
 


Miss Mary Chichester Long.
DAR ID Number: 18214
Born in Amherst County, Virginia.
Descendant of Col. Burgess Ball and of Sergt. Armistead Long, of Virginia.
Daughter of Col. Armistead Long (1801-75) and Elizabeth R. Curle, his wife.
Granddaughter of Armistead Long and Elizabeth Burgess Ball (1772-1806), his wife (m. 1793).
Gr.-granddaughter of Burgess Ball and Mary Chichester, his first wife.
Burgess Ball, (1749-1800), equipped and commanded a regiment in the Virginia Line. He was an original member of the Society of the Cincinnati.
Armistead Long enlisted 1779 at the age of sixteen as a private in Lee's Light Dragoons and served three years in the South, as he said “without money and almost without clothes.”
Also Nos. 44, 1157, 4863, 12256.
 


Mrs. Amanda Long Messenger.
DAR ID Number: 28222
Born in Jackson, Ohio.
Wife of Asa Clay Messenger.
Descendant of Sergt. John James, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Elias L. Long and Emily Carrick, his wife.
Granddaughter of Andrew Long and Eliza James, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. John James (b.1772) and Nancy Cook, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John James and Esther Dennison (b. 1746), his wife, m. 1763.
John James served as corporal from Preston at the Lexington Alarm and as sergeant, 1776, under Capt. Edward Mott. He was born about 1745 at Preston, Conn.
 


Mrs. Eugenia Long Harper.
DAR ID Number: 33257
Born in Athens, Georgia.
Wife of Alexander Omer Harper.
Descendant of Jesse Lane, Sergt. Edward Ware and Samuel Long.
Daughter of Dr. Cranford Williamson Long and Mary Caroline Swain, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Long and Elizabeth Ware (1789-1856), his wife; George D. Swain and Francis Taylor, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Long and Ann Williamson, his wife; Edward Ware and Sallie Thurmond (1764-1812), his wife, m. 1781; George Charles Swain and Caroline Lane (1761-1824), his wife, m. 1782.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Lane and Winnifred Aycock (1741-94), his wife.
Jesse Lane, (1733-1806), served as a private in the North Carolina line. He was born in Halifax, N. C.; died in St. Louis, Mo.
Edward Ware, (1760-1836), volunteered from Amherst county, Va., under Capt. James Higginbothan. In 1778 he joined the State Legion of Virginia under Capt. Rucker, and 1781 served under Capt. Dillard and Capt. John Loving. He was sergeant at the battle of Guilford. His pension was allowed for over twelve months actual service as private and sergeant in the Virginia line. He removed to Georgia, 1791 where he died in Madison county.
Samuel Long, (1753-1822), served in the Cumberland county, Pennsylvania militia, 1781. He was born in Ireland; located in Pennsylvania, 1769; removed to Georgia, 1792 where he died at Paoli.


Mrs. Marian Long Rodgers.
DAR ID Number: 8796
Born in Illinois.
Wife of Thomas Blockwood Rodgers.
Descendant of Capt. Andrew Long and of Andrew Kennedy, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Capt. Andrew Kennedy Long, U. S. N., and Marian Lowry Donaldson, his wife.
Granddaughter of Col. Kennedy Long and Elizabeth Kennedy, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Kennedy and Elizabeth Potts, his wife; and of Andrew Long.
Andrew Long commanded a company in Col. Samuel Miles' rifle regiment at the battle of Long Island. Ill health compelled him to resign and he died soon after.
Andrew Kennedy, who was born in Ireland, enlisted in the Continental Line, and was at Brandywine, Germantown, Valley Forge, Monmouth and served until the surrender at Yorktown. He died in Philadelphia in 1811.
 
 


Mrs. Jennie Long Bouscaren.
DAR ID Number: 12256
Born in Kentucky.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Burgess Ball and of Armistead Long, of Virginia.
Daughter of Albert K. Long and Mary E. Porter, his wife.
Granddaughter of Albert G. Long and Maria Cralle, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Armistead Long and Elizabeth Burgess Ball, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Burgess Ball and Mary Chichester, his first wife.
Burgess Ball was captain of Infantry and equipped and commanded a regiment of the Virginia Line. He served as volunteer aid to Washington and was an original member of the Cincinnati. He died, 1800, aged fifty-one.
Armistead Long at sixteen enlisted in Lee's Light Horse and served in the Legion during the Revolution.
Also Nos. 44, 1157, 4863.
 


Miss Elizabeth Virginia Long.
DAR ID Number: 16081
Born in Boston, Massachusetts.
Descendant of John Long and of Elnathan Sawtell.
Daughter of John James Long and Cordelia Ruth Sawtell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Long and Eliza Shewell, his wife; Elnathan Sawtell and Milly Woods Pitts, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Long and Ann Scott, his wife; Elnathan Sawtell and Ruth Patch, his wife.
John Long served as a private. He was born in Harford county, Md., and died in 1818. His wife received a pension for two years' actual service of her husband.
Elnathan Sawtell, (1753-1836), was placed on the pension roll of Middlsex county, Mass., 1833, for ten months' service as a private in the Mass. militia. He died in Groton, Mass.
 


Mrs. Lulu Long Goodier.
DAR ID Number: 17746
Born in Muncie, Indiana.
Wife of Wadsworth L. Goodier.
Descendant of Corp. James Long, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of James H. Long and Mary V. Foster, his wife.
Granddaughter of Stephen Long and Susanna Leas, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of James Long and Elizabeth Douglass, his wife.
James Long, (1758-1841), served as corporal in Capt. Persifor Frazer's company, Col. Anthony Wayne's regiment, 1776-7. He was born in Lancaster county, Pa., and died in Warren county, Ohio.
 


Mrs. Lida May Long Mahony.
DAR ID Number: 17932
Born in Hillsdale, Michigan.
Wife of James M. Mahony.
Descendant of John Long, of Maryland; Elnathan Sawtell, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of John James Long and Cornelia Ruth Sawtell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Long and Eliza Shewell, his wife; Elnathan Sawtell and Mary Woods Pitts, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Long and Ann Scott, his wife; Elnathan Sawtell and Ruth Patch, his wife.
John Long was a private from Harford Co., Md., where he died in 1818. His widow received a pension for two years' actual service of her husband in the Maryland Line.
Elnathan Sawtell, (1753-1836), served in the Massachusetts militia. He received a pension at the age of eighty in Middlesex county for ten months' actual service as a private. He died in Groton, Mass.
Also No. 16081.
 


Miss Mary Chichester Long.
DAR ID Number: 18214
Born in Amherst County, Virginia.
Descendant of Col. Burgess Ball and of Sergt. Armistead Long, of Virginia.
Daughter of Col. Armistead Long (1801-75) and Elizabeth R. Curle, his wife.
Granddaughter of Armistead Long and Elizabeth Burgess Ball (1772-1806), his wife (m. 1793).
Gr.-granddaughter of Burgess Ball and Mary Chichester, his first wife.
Burgess Ball, (1749-1800), equipped and commanded a regiment in the Virginia Line. He was an original member of the Society of the Cincinnati.
Armistead Long enlisted 1779 at the age of sixteen as a private in Lee's Light Dragoons and served three years in the South, as he said “without money and almost without clothes.”
Also Nos. 44, 1157, 4863, 12256.
 


Mrs. Amanda Long Messenger.
DAR ID Number: 28222
Born in Jackson, Ohio.
Wife of Asa Clay Messenger.
Descendant of Sergt. John James, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Elias L. Long and Emily Carrick, his wife.
Granddaughter of Andrew Long and Eliza James, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. John James (b.1772) and Nancy Cook, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John James and Esther Dennison (b. 1746), his wife, m. 1763.
John James served as corporal from Preston at the Lexington Alarm and as sergeant, 1776, under Capt. Edward Mott. He was born about 1745 at Preston, Conn.
 


Mrs. Eugenia Long Harper.
DAR ID Number: 33257
Born in Athens, Georgia.
Wife of Alexander Omer Harper.
Descendant of Jesse Lane, Sergt. Edward Ware and Samuel Long.
Daughter of Dr. Cranford Williamson Long and Mary Caroline Swain, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Long and Elizabeth Ware (1789-1856), his wife; George D. Swain and Francis Taylor, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Long and Ann Williamson, his wife; Edward Ware and Sallie Thurmond (1764-1812), his wife, m. 1781; George Charles Swain and Caroline Lane (1761-1824), his wife, m. 1782.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Lane and Winnifred Aycock (1741-94), his wife.
Jesse Lane, (1733-1806), served as a private in the North Carolina line. He was born in Halifax, N. C.; died in St. Louis, Mo.
Edward Ware, (1760-1836), volunteered from Amherst county, Va., under Capt. James Higginbothan. In 1778 he joined the State Legion of Virginia under Capt. Rucker, and 1781 served under Capt. Dillard and Capt. John Loving. He was sergeant at the battle of Guilford. His pension was allowed for over twelve months actual service as private and sergeant in the Virginia line. He removed to Georgia, 1791 where he died in Madison county.
Samuel Long, (1753-1822), served in the Cumberland county, Pennsylvania militia, 1781. He was born in Ireland; located in Pennsylvania, 1769; removed to Georgia, 1792 where he died at Paoli.
 


Mrs. Lyda Long Brown.
DAR ID Number: 92183
Born in Jackson, Ohio.
Descendant of Sergt. John James, as follows:
1. Elias Long (b. 1836) m. 1861 Emily Carrick (b. 1840).
2. Andrew Long (1810-69) m. 1832 Eliza James.
3. John James, Jr. (1771-1854), m. 1798 Nancy Cook (1775-1849).
4. John James m. 1764 Esther Dennison (b. 1746).
John James (1745-99) served as corporal from Preston at the Lexington Alarm and as sergeant, 1776, under Capt. Edward Mott. He was born in Exeter, R. I.; died in Wood County, W. Va.
Also No. 87269.

 


Miss Ruth Long.
DAR ID Number: 92217
Born in Newark, Ohio.
Descendant of Spencer Lacey, as follows:
1. William Henry Long (b. 1865) m. 1888 Martha Florence McAdoo (b. 1867).
2. William McAdoo (1824-1902) m. 2nd 1864 Hannah Hillegas (1843-83).
3. Tunis Newkirk Hillegas (1807-84) m. 1831 Nancy Lacey (1810-76).
4. John Mills Lacey (1772-1870) m. 3rd Mary Hurley Clyton (1797-1843).
5. Spencer Lacey m. Sarah Fletcher.
Spencer Lacey (1742-1824) served as a drummer, 1780, in Capt. George Smith's company, 2nd battalion, Col. Henry Neill's regiment, Delaware militia. He was born near Norfolk, Va.
Also No. 72049.


Miss Lena Long.
DAR ID Number: 92396
Born in La Grange, Ga.
Descendant of William Sumner Battle, as follows:
1. Dr. James Alfred Long (1827-79) m. 1851 Sarah Curtis Griggs (1835-1902).
2. William Henry Long (1798-1866) m. 1st 1821 Susan Fawcette Battle
(1803-57).
3. William Summer Battle m. 1783 Sally Whitehead.
William Sumner Battle (1761-1803) was a private from Georgia in the war of Independence. He was born in Nansamond County, Va.; died in Hancock County, Ga.
 


Miss Margaret B. Long.
DAR ID Number: 92668
Born in Scott County, Ky.
Descendant of John Suggett, as follows:
1. William Lawrence Long (1838-1904) m. 1860 Marion Wallace Peak (b.
1841).
2. Jordan J. Peak (1800-73) m. 1831 Eliza Ann Bradley (1813-82).
3. John Wickliffe Bradley (1786-1867) m. 1806 Sallie Suggett (1789-1857).
4. John Suggett m. 1772 Mildred Davis (1758-1834).
John Suggett (1751-1834) was among those who first made public resistance to the Stamp Act, and he with his wife Mildred Davis Suggett, 1782, assisted in the defense of Bryant Station. He was born in Virginia; died in Kentucky.
Also Nos. 79499, 81353.
 


Mrs. Mary Rebecca Long Mclaughlin.
DAR ID Number: 94167
Born in London, Ohio.
Wife of Rev. William Patterson McLaughlin.
Descendant of Ensign Samuel Brewer Magruder, as follows:
1. Benjamin Long (1825-1904) m. 1844 Virginia Catherine Wayne (1827-97).
2. Emanuel Wayne (1805-62) m. 1826 Grace Magruder (1802-70).
3. Ninian Magruder (1772-1830) m. 1795 Grace Townsend (1779-1813).
4. Samuel Brewer Magruder m. Rebecca Magruder (1746-1805).
Samuel Brewer Magruder (1744-1818) was commissioned ensign, 1777, in the lower battalion, Montgomery County, Maryland militia. He was born in Prince Georges County; died in Montgomery County, Md.
Also No. 74942.


Mrs. Nellie Long Blackburn.
DAR ID Number: 95493
Born in Georgetown, Ky.
Wife of Henry Churchill Blackburn.
Descendant of Capt. Gabriel Long, Rev. John Gano, and John Curd, as follows:
1. Spencer Curd Long (b. 1838) m. 1856 Cornelia Gano (1836-1912).
2. Nimrod Long (b. 1814) m. 1833 Elizabeth Curd (b. 1815); Stephen Gano (b.
1816) m. 1831 Mary Jane Gano (b. 1816).
3. John Slaughter Long m. Elizabeth Foster; Richard Gano m. Elizabeth Ewing
(parents of Stephen); Spencer Curd m. Polly (Curd).
4. Gabriel Long m. Ann Slaughter; John Gano m. 1754 Sarah Stites; John Curd
m. 1787 Nancy W. Curd (b. 1762) (parents of Polly).
Gabriel Long (1751-1827) was commissioned captain, 1776, serving in the 11th Virginia regiment. Resigned, 1779, and received a land grant for three years' actual service. He was born in Culpeper; died in Bloomsberry, Va.
Also No. 73138.
John Gano (1727-1804) served as chaplain in the New York Continental Infantry, 1778. He was pastor of the First Baptist Church, New York City, 1762-88, when he removed to Kentucky, where he died. He was born in Hopewell, N. J.
Also No. 80170.
John Curd (1760-1838) enlisted, 1776, as private under Capt. Samuel Woodson, Col. George Matthews' Virginia regiment. In 1818 he applied for a pension. His claim was allowed. He was born in Goochland County, Va.; died in Russellville, Ky.


Mrs. Anna W. Hills Long.
DAR ID Number: 95904
Born in Adel, Iowa.
Wife of A. F. Long.
Descendant of Reuben Hills, as follows:
1. George S. Hills (1823-1907) m. 1846 Minerva Hills (1829-1909).
2. Josiah Hills (1788-1875) m. 1815 Mehitable Peabody (1793-1868) (parents
of George).
3. Reuben Hills m. 1778 Sarah Currier (1759-1835). Reuben Hills (1752-1828) was engaged in the battle of Bunker Hill in Capt. Hezekiah Hutchin's company, Col. James Reed's regiment. He was born in Chester, N. H.; died in Union, Me.
Also No. 60341.


Mrs. Burda Long Wise.
DAR ID Number: 97224
Wife of Walter M. Wise.
Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Abney, as follows:
1. James M. Long (1847-91) m. 1882 Myra Rhoden (1861-1909).
2. Micheal Long (1820-76) m. 1848 Jane C. Black (b. 1828).
3. Mark Black (1800-70) m. 1822 Lydia Carson (1803-43).
4. Charles Carson m. Lydia Abney.
5. Nathaniel Abney m. 1758 Isabella Madison (b. 1740). Nathaniel Abney (1734-90) commanded a company under Maj. Andrew Williamson at Ninety-Six, in the South Carolina militia. He was born in Virginia; died in Edgefield County, S. C.
Also No. 68814.


Miss Kathryn Marie Long.
DAR ID Number: 97704
Born in Manchester, Kans.
Descendant of Capt. Hugh Peden, as follows:
1. Washington C. Long (b. 1849) m. 1874 Julia Kimberly (b. 1853).
2. Hugh S. Long (1809-81) m. 1844 Sarah Thompson (1825-83).
3. Aaron Thompson m. 1821 Elizabeth Peden (1791-1880).
4. Hugh Peden m. Sarah Boggs. Hugh Peden (1725-1800) commanded a company in the 3rd battalion, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia, 1775, and, 1777, was in Col. Alexander Lowrey's company at the battle of Brandywine. He was born and died in Lancaster County, Pa.
Also No. 49709.


Mrs. Margaret Long Welch.
DAR ID Number: 98249
Born in Elsberry, Mo.
Wife of James Castleman Welch.
Descendant of Col. John Coles, as follows:
1. James Long (1838-1907) m. 2nd 1875 Isaetta Carter Long (b. 1842).
2. John Coles Carter (1800-76) m. 2nd 1840 Margaret R. H. Coleman
(1818-72).
3. Robert H. Carter (1774-1810) m. 1st Mary Eliza Coles (1772-1856).
4. John Coles m. 1769 Mary E. Tucker (d. 1826).
John Coles (1745-1808) served 1781 as county lieutenant of Albemarle County, Va., where he was born.


Mrs. Mary Long Meier.
DAR ID Number: 99186
Born in St. Louis County, Mo.
Wife of Albert John Meier.
[p.58] Descendant of Capt. John Long, Sergt. John Sappington and Lester Morris, as follows:
1. John Fielding Long (1847-93) m. 1872 Emma Steinhauer.
2. John Foster Long (1816-88) m. 1836 Fannie Elizabeth Pipkin (1820-63);
Henry Fenton Steinhauer (1823-1908) m. Jemima Sappington (1823-1908).
3. William Linsay Long (1789-1848) m. 1808 Elizabeth Sappington
(1789-1849); John Sappington, Jr., m. 1815 Sarah Wells (1790-1861); Phillips
Pipkin (1770-1841) m. 2nd 1810 Susannah Morris (1786-1851).
4. John Long m. 1781 elizabeth Bennett; John Sappington m. 1781 Jemima Fowler (1760-1814); Lester Morris m. 1784 Frances Brown (1761-1839).
John Long (1755-1826) commanded a company from Caroline County, Va., during the Revolution. He was born in Port Royal, Caroline County, Va.; died in St. Louis County, Mo.
John Sappington (1750-1815) served as sergeant in Capt. David Steele's company, Col. William Russell's Virginia regiment. He was born in Maryland; died in St. Louis County, Mo.
Lester Morris (1759-1853) enlisted, 1779, in Capt. Benjamin Talliaferro's company, Col. Richard Parker's regiment, Virginia Line.


Mrs. Carrie Elizabeth Long Callan.
DAR ID Number: 101457
Born in India.
Wife of James E. Callan.
Descendant of Jacob Dietrich, as follows:
1. Rev. Adam Long (1825-66) m. 1857 Mary Jane Deatrich (1832-1912).
2. John Jacob Nicholas Deatrich (1799-1887) m. 1823 Elizabeth Boyer (1804-80).
3. Jacob Dietrich m. Gertrude Gretchen Wynard.
Jacob Dietrich (1753-1801) served, 1778, as private in Capt. Jacob Dietrich's company, 6th regiment, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Lancaster; died in Adams County, Pa.
Also No. 69883.


Mrs. Vyvian Long Glassell.
DAR ID Number: ****
Born in De Soto, La.
Wife of Ruben L. Glassell.
Descendant of Col. Ellis Cooke, as follows:
1. John J. Long m. 1870 Alice Logan.
2. Dr. William Long (d. 1867) m. 1839 Emily Boggs.
3. John Boggs m. Maria Cooke.
4. Ambrose Cooke m. Sarah Wheeler.
5. Ellis Cooke m. Margaret Griswold Cocker (1735-77).
Ellis Cooke (1732-97) was lieutenant-colonel of Morris Cou**** Jersey militia, 1776, and was promoted colonel, 1777. served in the legislature. He was born in Southampton died in Hanover, N. J.
Also No. 26391.


Miss Ella Caldwell Long.
DAR ID Number: 103943
Born in Haddonfield, N. J.
Descendant of Lieut. Henry Roe, Judge Michael Fisher, Capt. Stephen Beasley, John Caldwell, Lieut. Joseph Grier, Henry Tudor, James Moore, Elizabeth Whitehill, Capt. James McClure, Ensign William Moore, William Long, and John Grier, as follows:
1. William Sumner Long, M. D. (b. 1855), m. 1890 Florence Roe (b. 1864).
2. Matthew Alexander Long, M. D. (1817-91), m. 1841 Rachel McClure (1818-91; David Roe, Jr. (1834-1910), m. 1862 Ella Caldwell (1841-1908).
3. James Long (1783-1823) m. 1808 Mary Grier (1781-1866); Silas McClure (1783-1837) m. Margaret Moore (1788-1861); Thomas Caldwell, Jr. (1815-90), m. 1835 Rachel Jane Kay (1816-88); David Roe (1800-55) m. 1825 Rebecca Say Bispham (1797-1877).
4. William Long m. 1770 Elizabeth Templeton (1746-1802); Joseph Grier m. Ann Walker (1750-1826); William Moore m. Mary Henderson (1757-1827);  James McClure m. 1772 Esther McClure (1751-1814); Thomas Caldwell (1781-1835) m. 1807 Jane Beasley (1784-1862); Aaron Kay m. 2nd Esther (Tudor) Knowles (b. 1777); Henry Roe m. Anne Jaggard (1760-1828).
5. John Grier m. Agnes Caldwell (1724-1812); James Moore m. 1752 Elizabeth Whitehill; Stephen Beasley m. 1765 Abigail Harrison (1743-1825); John Caldwell m. 1778 Rebecca Bird; Henry Tudor m. Eleanor Dushane (1743-90); Abraham Roe (d. 1775) m. 1753 Christian Fisher (1732-99).
6. Michael Fisher m. 1730 Charity Chew (1711-68). Elizabeth Whitehill Moore (1733-1815) assisted the poor and wounded soldiers at Valley Forge. She was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Chester County. Henry Roe (1754-1834) served, 1777, as lieutenant in Capt. George Pierce's Company, New Jersey militia. He was born in Gloucester; died in Woodbury, N. J. Michael Fisher (1704-84) served, 1777, as judge of the Court of Common Pleas for Gloucester County, N. J. He was born in Scotland; died in Gloucester County, N. J. Stephen Beasley (1742-1814) was captain of the gunboat “Viper” of Pennsylvania State Navy. He was born and died in Philadelphia, Pa. Henry Tudor (1733-87) served as pilot on a vessel of the Pennsylvania State Navy. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa.; died in Delaware.
Also No. 82617.
John Caldwell (1754-1834) served as private, 1777, in Capt. Gilbert Gibbs' company. He was born and died in Chester, Pa. Joseph Grier (1750-1830) served as lieutenant in Capt. Henry Darrah's company, Bucks County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Bucks County; died in Chester County, Pa. James Moore (1730-1802) was a member of the Committee of Observation and member of the General Assembly in 1781. He was born in Ireland; died in Chester County, Pa. William Moore (1753-1807) served as ensign in the 7th company, 7th battalion, Chester County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born and died in Chester County, Pa. James McClure (1746-1821) commanded a company in Col. William Montgomery's regiment of Flying Camp. He was born and died in Chester County, Pa. William Long (1739-1806) served, 1781, as private in Capt. Lockhart's company, 1st battalion, Chester County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born and died in Chester County. John Grier (1714-84) was a member of the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention, 1776. He was born in Ireland; died in Bucks County, Pa.


Mrs. Cora Malinda Long Livingston.
DAR ID Number: 104592
Born in Madison County, Ill.
Wife of Frederick Chandler Livingston.
Descendant of John Long, as follows:
1. Elliott Commodore Long (1834-1908) m. Nancy Jane Jackson (1840-70).
2. David Long (1786-1868) m. Mary Gletner (1798-1870).
3. John Long m. 1783 Elizabeth Shafer.
John Long was a private with the recruits from Washington County, Maryland.


Mrs. Susie Battle Long Robertson.
DAR ID Number: 105372
Born in La Grange, Ga.
Wife of Louis Pyron Robertson.
Descendant of William Sumner Battle, as follows:
1. Dr. James Alfred Long (1827-79) m. 1851 Sarah Curtis Griggs (1835-1902).
2. William Henry Long (1798-1866) m. 1st 1821 Susan Fawcett Battle
(1803-57).
3. William Sumner Battle m. 1783 Sally Whitehead.
William Sumner Battle (1761-1803) was a private from Georgia in the Revolution. He was born in Nansemond County, Va.; died in Hancock County, Ga.
Also No. 92396.


Mrs. Lillie E. Long Roan.
DAR ID Number: 105861
Born in Guthrie County, Iowa.
[p.277] Wife of Hans J. Roan.
Descendant of Capt. George Wendell Wolfe, as follows:
1. Daniel Parker Long (1829-95) m. 1854 Sarah Saloma Wolfe (1832-1912).
2. Henry Huff Wolfe (b. 1789) m. 1812 Sophia Zilhart (b. 1792).
3. George Washington Wolfe m. 1st Mary Margaret Conrad.
4. John Wolfe m. Ann Aurand.
5. George Wendell Wolfe m. 2nd Anne Elizabeth Reid.
George Wendell Wolfe (1740-1826) served as private in Capt. George Clark's company, 1776, and subsequently commanded the 5th company,
Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Associators. He was born in Germany; died in Union County, Pa.
Also No. 84735.


Mrs. Laura Alice Long Wells.
DAR ID Number: 105862
Born in Cass, Iowa.
Wife of Edward Lansing Wells.
Descendant of Capt. George Wendell Wolfe, as follows:
1. Daniel Parker Long (1829-95) m. 1854 Sarah Saloma Wolfe (1832-1912).
See No. 105861.


Mrs. Fannie B. Long Wiedman.
DAR ID Number: 105863
Born in Knoxville, Iowa.
Wife of John P. Wiedman.
Descendant of Capt. George Wendell Wolfe, as follows:
1. Daniel Parker Long (1829-95) m. 1854 Sarah Saloma Wolfe (1832-1912).
See No. 105861.


Mrs. Lissie De Long Russell.
DAR ID Number: 105990
Born in Hartford, Mich.
Wife of M. F. Russell.
Descendant of Francis De Long, as follows:
1. Henry De Long (b. 1843) m. 1871 Eliza J. Carter (b. 1850).
2. Allen De Long (1801-91) m. 1838 Lydia Boynton (1817-94).
3. Francis De Long m. Mary Polly Doody (1774-1858).
Francis De Long (1759-1862) enlisted, 1777; was taken prisoner at Charleston, S. C., and held by the British for five months, then sent as a prisoner to Jamaica, where he was held five years. He was born in North Carolina; died in Hartford, Mich.


Edward Long, Patriot Number A210666
Children of Edward include:
938872 Hanna (m. Reuben Herndon)
944040 Isaac (m. Nancy Boulton)
945173 James (m. Priscilla Laswell)