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Re: Longs of Long's Gap in Grayson County, VA
Posted by: Dave Welch Date: January 31, 2002 at 04:35:17
In Reply to: Re: Longs of Long's Gap in Grayson County, VA by Roderick Coates of [an error occurred while processing this directive]

I wonder in passing re Capt. William Long of Elk Creek: Any connection of his father also named William (who died @1760) to the witness named William Long who appears in Joseph Long's will probated 1757 in Augusta Co?

If so, it would be helpful circumstantially to me. I have studied a possible connection of my Rock Creek, Grayson County ancestor named John Welsh (Welch), to several families of that name seen in the vicinity of modern-day city of Roanoke.



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