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Johannes Lang arrived in America in 1733 on the Charming Betsy, with his son John. In 1758 he received a land grant in the Abbotts Creek area of Rowan County (now northeastern Davidson or southeastern Forsyth County). One family history (Craver, see below) names his wife as Anna. This history is probably in error however in attributing the children listed in the second generation here to Johannes Sr., who is far too old to be their father. They are presumably instead the children of Johannes or John Jr. and his wife Elizabeth, who married Felix Motsinger as her second husband in 1790. Felix Motsinger's will refers to Susannah, John, Jacob and Frederick Long, children of John Long and Elizabeth. We are assuming here that Elizabeth is the mother of all the children.
This text corrected April 3, 2002
Children of John and Elizabeth Long
Barnet Long m. Catherine Livengood (who were her parents?)
John Long (ca. 1774-aft. 1860) m. Elizabeth (b. ca. 1773 PA, d. aft. 1864 NC)
Children of Barnet Long and Catherine Livengood
Solomon Long (1812-1888) m. Mary M. Leonard
Probable children of John Long and Elizabeth
John Long (b. ca. 1795)
Samuel Long (1803-1886), a Methodist clergyman, m. Elizabeth Frey (1805-1885)
Children of Samuel Long and Elizabeth Frey
Lewis W. Long (1830-1864) m. Sarah Catherine Reich (1838-1875)
Are they also the parents of Ann C. Long (1835-1836)? and were there other children?
Children of Lewis W. Long and Sarah Catherine Reich
Eliza Long (ca. 1861-?) m. Thomas Swaim
Mary Elizabeth Long (1862-?) m. David Wilson
In 1870 the widowed Sarah Long is living with her father and her daughter Mary Elizabeth, age 8. Eliza Long, age 9, is living with Eliza Reich Hampton, Sarah's sister, and her husband Benjamin Hampton. In 1874, Sarah Long married Josiah Brewer. They don't appear to be in Forsyth County in 1880.
Craver, Kathleen M., Family Tree Stories, Davidson County North Carolina. 1986, printed by Lexington Speed Printing, Davidson Co. NC
Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, 12 volumes; Publications of the North Carolina Historical Commission
Death Notices from the People's Press (Salem, North Carolina) 1851-1892, An Indexed Abstract, compiled and edited by Robert M. Topkins, Forsyth Co. Genealogical Society, Winston-Salem, 1997
Forsyth Co. NC cemetery records
Forsyth Co. NC census records
Forsyth County Wills 1849-1917, An Indexed Abstract, published by the Forsyth County Genealogical Society; abstracted and transcribed by Jerry Sumner, indexed by Faye Jarvis Moran.
This page was created on May 6, 2001. Husbands of Eliza and Mary Elizabeth Long (fifth generation) were added on June 27, 2005.
©, 2001-2007 Faye Jarvis Moran
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