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LONG, Ansell 3 4
- Born: 1725, Gloucester, Salem County, New Jersey
- Marriage: FINLAW, Margaret on 10 Dec 1750 in Cumberland, Cumberland County, New Jersey 1 2
- Died: 27 May 1762 at age 37
Ansell married Margaret FINLAW, daughter of John FINLAW and Rebecca McKNIGHT, on 10 Dec 1750 in Cumberland, Cumberland County, New Jersey.1 2 (Margaret FINLAW was born in 1729 in Cumberland, Cumberland County, New Jersey and died before 1762 in prob. New Jersey.)
New Jersey Index to Marriage Records, 1666-1799 (New Jersey Department of State: http://www.state.nj.us/cgi-bin/state/dbcolmarriage.pl). Surety: 4. Groom: Long, Ansell
Groom Residence: Cumberland
Bride: Finlaw, Margaret
Date: 10 Dec 1750
Page: L (Part 1 : 1739-1763) : Page/Item 55
Compiled from New Jersey State Library Archives by Patricia M. Bergener, Early New Jersey Marriages (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nj/statewide/vitals/marriages/njmarl02.txt), FHLC 0888705; Vol. L; 1739-1794 (420 bonds) #051-#100. Surety: 4. #055; Ansel LONG and Dann SIMPKINS (Dan SIMKINS), both of the Township of Stow Creek in the County of Cumberland, yeomans... [bound to]... Jonathan BELCHER, Governor... 500 pounds... 10 Dec 1750. ... Ansell LONG... obtained license of marriage for himself and for Margaret FINLAW, spinster, of the same place... [w] Elias COTTING.
New Jersey Colonial Documents, Calendar of Wills 1751-1760 (New Jersey). Surety: 4. 1754, Aug. 25. Long, Peter, of Stoe Creek, Cumberland Co., weaver; will of. Wife, Grace. Children - Ansell, David, Nathan, Eleonor Shipard, and Pleasant. Real and personal estate. Executors - the wife and son, Ansell. Witnesses - Dan Simkins, James MecFerson, Josep Simkins. Proved March 26, 1755. Lib. 8, p. 143.
1755, Apr. 11. Inventory, 408.2.3 [Crowns], incl. bills, bonds, book debts and library, 130.7.3 [Crowns]; a negro man, wheat and corn, 35.8 [Crowns]; made by John Rementon and John Finlaw.
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