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Re: Masden --> PA and KY #17 Anne Masden Long
Posted by: Dave Hess (ID *****5689) Date: March 14, 2005 at 11:27:19
In Reply to: Re: Masden --> PA and KY #17 Anne Masden Long by Jason Long of 53

I have the whole line of Jacob Long documented in my records. the connection to Ann Masden is detailed in a message I sent to another researcher (see below) I have lots to share. just tell me how much detail and generations you want.

"Linda, We have corresponded in the past regarding the connection to Anne Masden (b. per your records of 15 Nov 1791) and my family- Long, with Jacob Long (b. about 1785) married to an “Anne”. I won’t go into all the details about Jacob and Anne unless you wish it, except it to say that they went to Lake Twp, Wayne Co (now Ashland Co), Ohio in April 1825) (I have the land purchase papers from the US Govt). My line is from John, s/o Jacob and Anne who from Ohio moved to Elkhart Co, Indiana.
I know your information was that Anne married a Jacob Long and moved to ohio, and I had a previous clue that my Jacob was married to an Anne “Sasden” (note there are not surnames sasden that I have ever found). However the key I believe is the birth/death dates of our Annes. According to your records, your Anne was born 15 Nov 1791. I’m not sure if you had a death date. My Anne is buried with our Long family in Elkhart County and is listed on her stone as Wife of Jacob. Her death date is 28 Sep 1875 with age listed as “83y. 10m 13d”. This works out by date calculator to 15 Nov 1791. My reference is
Cemeteries of Elkhart County, Indiana Volume I - III (1991), Brown Cemetery, page 23- row #5, grave 11."

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