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-Need Help- Charles Long b1804,OH - d1882,AL - OH>MS>AL
Posted by: Pete (ID *****9071) Date: October 27, 2010 at 09:13:02
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-Need Help- Charles Long b1804,OH - d1882,AL - OH>MS>AL

1 Charles Long b: 24 Sep 1804 in Ohio d: 14 Apr 1882 in Mobile, Alabama

Charles Long born Ohio in 1804. He spent time between 1841 and 1854 in Southeastern Mississippi (Harrison Co, Jackson Co, Clark Co). He and his wife purchased land in Woolmarket, Mississippi near the Biloxi River. He married a Henrietta Clark in Mississippi around 1840, he might have been married earlier. Henrietta's parents were Archibald Clarke and Elizabeth Neely. Charles died in Mobile Alabama in 1882.

There is possibly a loose family connection to
James Long born 04/24/1790 in Baltimore that married Mary Ann Kirkman and John Long of Delaware born circa 1796 that married Esther Odgen.

The oldest son, Thomas and the one that seemed to follow Charles around always listed his father's place of birth as Ohio. Charles himself listed his place of birth as Ohio. The youngest son, Robert listed his father's place of birth as Louisiana in 1900.

Charles Long and Henrietta had the following children:
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**Thomas Archibald Long b: 23 Jul 1840 in Mississippi d: 01 Feb 1905 in Mobile, Mobile, AL
-His Wife Cinderella E Collins b: 01 Jan 1841 in ,,AL d:01 Jul 1907 in Mobile, Mobile, AL Married: 22 Mar 1860 in Mobile, Mobile, AL-

**John W Long b: 24 Nov 1841 in Clark, MS d: 12 May 1862 in Shiloh, MS
-His wife Nancy R Jackson (widow Jackson) Married: 14 Dec 1860 in Mobile, Mobile, AL

**William Jonus Long b: Jul 1843 in Mississippi

**Mary Elizabeth Long b: 02 Sep 1846 in Mississippi d: 1931
-Her husband Roland Dees
-Her second husband Jackson Lewis b: Abt. 1833 in Georgia d: Aft. 1880 Married: Abt. 1866 in Mobile, Mobile, Alabama

**Samuel Wesley Long b: 06 Jun 1851 in Alabama d: Abt. Apr 1890
-His wife Eliza Caroline Lyons b: 20 May 1852 in Three Rivers, MS d: 12 Jul 1934 Married: 10 Nov 1869 in Mobile, Mobile, AL (wife and children lived near Van Cleave, MS)

**Harriet Adeline Long b: Abt. 1854 in Alabama d: 28 Mar 1890 in Mobile, Alabama
-Her husband Reuben Sims b: Abt. 1847 in Alabama d: Abt. 1885 Married: 05 Dec 1869 in Mobile, Mobile, AL
-Her second husband George Washington Lundy b: Mar 1841 in ,Greene, Mississippi d: 22 Nov 1910 in Mobile, Mobile, Alabama Married: 18 Mar 1886 in Mobile, Mobile, AL

**Charles Doss Long b: 30 Nov 1857 in Mobile, Alabama d: 05 Jun 1926 in Mobile, Alabama (middle name sometimes spelled "Dass")
-His wife Margaret O Murray b: 11 Apr 1860 in Alabama d: 06 Sep 1919 in Mobile, Alabama Married: 15 Mar 1877 in Mobile, Mobile, AL

**Robert Luther Long b: 09 Feb 1860 in Mobile, AL d: 07 Sep 1902 in Mobile, AL
-His wife Polly Goff b: Mar 1859 in Mississippi d: 30 Apr 1902 Married: 12 Jun 1881 in Mobile, Mobile, AL
(There may be evidence that he married previously to Jenny but it hasn't been proven)

**Missouri I Long b: 23 Apr 1862 in Alabama
-Her husband Eli Waltman b: Abt. 1864 Married: Abt. 1880 in Mobile, Mobile, AL

If any of this looks familiar or if you have information that may help with Charles Long, my brick wall, please let me know.

Thanks,
Pete


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