Hello, Katherine. In reviewing my files, I have come up with the following information:
1.) 1860 Census for Longs Mill, Eastern Division, Randolph County, NC: J. W. Long, age 36, physician; wife, Nancy M., age 26; son, John W., age 1
2.) 1870 Census for Longs Mill, Liberty Twp., Randolph County, NC: Margaret Long, age 34, widow; son, John W., age 11; son, Osmond T., age 9
3.) 1920 Census for Johnson City, Washington County, Tenn: Osmond T. Long, age 59, born in North Carolina, policeman; Emma A., wife, age 49, born in Pennsylvania
4.) My new-found second cousins in Tulsa, Oklahoma (grandchildren of my grandmother's brother, George Robert Linde) have sent me pictures of my grandmother, Josephine Linde Brumley, her siblings and their spouses. Included is her sister, Emma, and her husband, who the cousins referred to as "O.T." Long.
My conclusions at this time are that Osmond T. Long, born in North Carolina about 1861 and married to Emma A. Linde, was the son of John Wesley Long and Margaret(aka Nancy Margaret Troy.
The Linde family lived in Loudon, Kingston, and then Harriman, Tenn. for quite a few years and George Robert Linde's wife, Jemima Ann Arney, was born in North Carolina. Please let me know what you think of my conclusions. Thanks. My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
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