Long Family of Wiltshire

500 years of history

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Adrianne Rumens
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73 years old

Amy Long Rudd
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The Long family of Ft. Thomas, KY.    I am in the center with my sisters, Suzannah and Ginger and my brother Dan. 

we have traced our Long family to 1790, the birth of John William Long in Delaware but do not know where in Delaware and have hit a wall. 

John W. moved from Delaware to Charlestown, Indiana about 1819 after the War of 1812.  We can find no more information about prior to that move.  Hope this connection helps.



Andy
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Angela Marks
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71 years old
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I am researching the Long family of Exmouth (my maternal maternal great grandmother's family) and have traced them back to Otterton, Devon at the beginning of the 17th century, where the line stops.  Having seen Dan Cruikshank's programme on South Wraxall and the connection with Sir Walter Raleigh, who came from the Exmouth area, I did wonder of there was some connection with the Longs of Wiltshire. The Longs of Exmouth had some connections with the Drake family, related to the Raleighs. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries they are mainly mariners. The probable ancestor I have reached is Nicholas Long, who fathered several children in Otterton in the first decade of the seventeenth century.



Bill Long
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76 years old
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 I am the Project Administrator of the Long Surname DNA Project  (www.longdna.com)



Brigitte
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68 years old

Carol (Long) Krieger
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61 years old
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Catherine Brown
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61 years old

Cheryl Nicol
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Chris Marron
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67 years old

Chris Murray
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72 years old

Christine Appleby (Murray)
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18 years old
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Decended from a branch of Wiltshire Longs and interested in digging deeper.



Christopher Melik Pease
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71 years old
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Christopher Melik Pease, son of Richard Hume Melik Pease, grandson of Herbert Ernest Pease, whose wife was Hon. Cynthia Frances Charlotte Chaloner daughter of Richard Godolphin Walmesley Chaloner, 1st Baron Gisborough, who was the second son of Richard Penruddocke Long, of Rood Ashton, Wiltshire

 

 

 



Craig Long
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53 years old
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Dave Annal
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58 years old

Deany70
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49 years old
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My Gx4 Great Grandmother was Eizabeth Morris - her ancestry takes us back to the Long family but via John Long who's step mother Catherine Thynne outdid him of his right to Wraxhall

Im constantly looking for more info on the Long line as its exciting to think Im related to 'royalty'

Would be happy to provide more info if anyone asks.




Debbie
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64 years old
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I am currently tracing my family history. My maiden name is Long



Debbie
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49 years old
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Love art craft and up cycling furniture



Dennis
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Derek William Long
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84 years old
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I was born in Bristol in 1935, my father William Herbert Long was born in Trowbridge. I have researched 'my Long Family' back to 1695 to William Long of Hilperton, he and his family were weavers; his grandson Robert Long died in 1812 aged 91 and his tomb is outside the parish church at Hilperton.

Now retired after 58 years in Banking and finance and I now live in Cornwall.



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