Long Family of Wiltshire

500 years of history

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New book now available on Amazon

Posted by Cheryl Nicol on August 25, 2016 at 7:55 AM


At last my book Inheriting the Earth: The Long family's 500 year reign in Wiltshire is published. It has been a long wait, but thanks to my publisher Hobnob Press it is now available for purchase on Amazon.

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6 Comments

Reply janet
3:40 PM on September 16, 2016 
Bought the book, love it!
Reply Cheryl Nicol
5:58 PM on September 16, 2016 
janet says...
Bought the book, love it!


Excellent Janet, thank you. I hope you will give it a good review on Amazon and help spread the word!
Reply Trevor Long of Penn
1:58 PM on October 15, 2016 
Fabulous book, can't put it down now I've started. So much detail. Regrettably no photos of me trying to read the gravestones in Wraxall Church this summer. A must read and Christmas present too.
Reply Cheryl Nicol
5:49 PM on October 15, 2016 
Trevor Long of Penn says...
Fabulous book, can't put it down now I've started. So much detail. Regrettably no photos of me trying to read the gravestones in Wraxall Church this summer. A must read and Christmas present too.


Ah, so that was you at the church..... Glad you're enjoying the book Trevor. Spread the word!
Reply Nancy Tremblay
6:52 PM on February 18, 2017 
My husband just ordered the book. I have traced my genealogy through DNA and professionals back to Sir. Henry Long through Jane's line which immigrated to Jamestown in 1637. I viewed the tomb of Sir Henry Long in Draycote Cerne's church this past weekend. I can't wait to get home and read my book.
Reply Cheryl Nicol
8:21 PM on February 18, 2017 
Well done on your research Nancy, I hope you enjoy the book.

Nancy Tremblay says...
My husband just ordered the book. I have traced my genealogy through DNA and professionals back to Sir. Henry Long through Jane's line which immigrated to Jamestown in 1637. I viewed the tomb of Sir Henry Long in Draycote Cerne's church this past weekend. I can't wait to get home and read my book.