LONG, Peter
(Abt 1665-Bef 1749)
STURGIS, Eleanor
(Abt 1685-1752)
LONG, Peter
(Abt 1700-1754)
(Abt 1710-1771)
LONG, Eleanor
(Abt 1720-After 1771)


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SHEPHERD, Dickason

LONG, Eleanor 1 2

  • Born: Abt 1720, Downe, Cumberland County, New Jersey
  • Marriage: SHEPHERD, Dickason before 1754 in New Jersey
  • Died: After 1771, New Jersey


Eleanor married Dickason SHEPHERD, son of Dickason SHEPHERD and Eve UNKNOWN, before 1754 in New Jersey. (Dickason SHEPHERD was born about 1720 in prob. New Jersey.)



1 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.

2 Ibid. 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.]

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