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2. GLASPY, Elizabeth
1. UNKNOWN, Mary
LONG, Jonathon 1 2 3
- Born: 9 Dec 1748, New Jersey 4
- Marriage (1): UNKNOWN, Mary on 6 Sep 1769 in Cumberland, New Jersey
- Marriage (2): GLASPY, Elizabeth after 1784 in New Jersey
- Died: 22 Dec 1815, Pilesgrove, Salem County, New Jersey at age 67
- Buried: Dec 1815, Pilesgrove Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, Pilesgrove, Salem County, New Jersey
Jonathon married Mary UNKNOWN on 6 Sep 1769 in Cumberland, New Jersey. (Mary UNKNOWN was born about 1750 in prob. New Jersey and died before 1784 in prob. Pilesgrove, Salem County, New Jersey.)
Jonathon next married Elizabeth GLASPY after 1784 in New Jersey. (Elizabeth GLASPY was born about 1750 in prob. New Jersey and died before 1815 in Salem County, New Jersey.)
Craig, H. Stanley, Salem County Wills 1804-1830, page 74. Surety: 4. Will of Jonathan Long of Pilesgrove, Dec. 22, 1815. To heirs of son David Long, $1 equally. To sons Thomas and Jonathan Long, $1 each. To daus. Elizabeth Shoemaker, Sarah Haines, Priscilla Layton, Mary Long and Anna Long, $1 each after debts are paid. To dau Jane Long the residue of estate. Exec. dau Jane Long. Wit. James Newell, William Nelson and Henry Riley. Proved Dec. 30, 1815. B-267.
New Jersey Colonial Documents, Calendar of Wills 1751-1760 (New Jersey). Surety: 4. 1771, July 19. Long, Grace, of Stow Creek Township, Cumberland Co., widow of Peter Long; will of. Grandson, Jonathon Long, 5 shillings. Grandson Uriah Long, 16 [Crowns], to give him schooling. Grandson, Peter Long, 5 shillings. Granddaughter, Lyda Gilman, 5 shillings. Daughters, Elenor Shepherd and Pleasant Newcomb, rest of my estate. Executor - son-in-law, William Newcomb. Witnesses - Robert Kelsay, Miriam Kelsay. Proved Dec 21, 1775.
1775, Dec. 18. Inventory, 38.7.3 [Crowns], made by Silas Newcomb and David Page.
Lib. 16, p. 478.
[Note: Robert Kelsay was the minister of Grace's church, the Cohansey Baptist, and Miram was his wife.]
Ibid. Surety: 4. 1762, May 27. Long, Ansell, of Gloucester Co., yeoman; will of. Brother, David Long, to be Guardian of my three sons, Jonathon, Constantine and Uriah. Lands may be sold for the benefit of my sons. Executors - my said brother and my cousin, Joseph Paullin. Witnesses - Andrew Long, Alexander Randall, Silas Randall. Proved June 22, 1762.
1762, June 21. Inventory, 146.15.10 [Crowns], made by Abraham Long and Andrew Long.
1770, April 18. Account of Lucy Long, Executrix of David Long (who was one of the Executors of Ansel Long), and Joseph Paullin.
Lib. 11, p. 265
Lib. 15, p. 15
New Jersey Calendar of Wills. Surety: 4. Jonathon Long release of Ward [see will of father, Ansell Long] age 21, 9 Dec 1769.