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Patricia Adkins-Rochette
Edward Long (1842-1906)
Edward Long (1842-1906)
Birth: Jun., 1842
Mississippi, USA
Death: Apr. 27, 1906
Denton (Denton County)
Denton County
Texas, USA
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Co G 18th TX Cavalry C.S.A.
Proud Confederate Soldier
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Family links:
Children:
John R. Long (1848 - 1889)*
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Immediately below is my entry fro Ed Long in my 200-page Name Index in the 6th edition of my 1,046-page book that is from handwritten records.
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LONG, Edward Long (1842 MS-1906) m-M. White; Darnell's 18th Cav, Co G (Denton Co, TST)
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Notice that under FAMILY LINKS is listed a child that is only 6 yrs younger than "father" Edward Long.
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Patricia Adkins-Rochette
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
www.bourlandcivilwar.com
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BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS
Added by Patricia Adkins-Rochette on Mar 13, 2014 1:28 AM
Eileen Wood
Fetzer
Thank you for getting the pictures of the headstones.
Eileen Wood
Added by Eileen Wood on Mar 12, 2014 6:17 PM
Toltecia
Ansteys at Exwick
I hope you will accept all the edits?
I quote from the cemetery description; - "Exwick Cemetery was opened in 1877."
I have previously suggested changes which you've ignored, you must see that you have most of your dates 100 years too early!
Added by Toltecia on Mar 04, 2014 4:40 AM
Anita Newton McKinney
Pearl Jameson-Frazier-Mathis
You mentioned that Pearl was your grand aunt. Is your connection through the Frazier line? She was a step-mom to my grandmother, Erma Frazier-Mickelson.
Anita
Added by Anita Newton McKinney on Feb 23, 2014 6:26 PM
Jerry H.
RE: Mrs Kirby McChesney Fitzpatrick
That would be very kind. Thank you.
Added by Jerry H. on Nov 22, 2013 7:11 AM
Marie Lee Long
Edward Long
You have the wrong Edward Long for the information you listed. This Edward Long was married to Mary Caroline "Mollie" White. From Census records, his birth date is June 1842, born in Mississippi. His wife Mollie C. Long received a widow's pension for his service in the C.S.A. during the Civil War. In the pension application she states the date of his death as 27 April 1906 in Montague County. She also states the date of their marriage as 17 Nov 1867 in Denton, Texas. Mollie is also buried in Long Branch Cemetery. They had a son John William [1869-1947] not the John that you have listed. Edward was a brother of my husband's Great Grandfather, William Bartley Long.
Please correct the information of this Edward Long.
Thank you
Marie Lee Long
Added by Marie Lee Long on Oct 30, 2013 8:02 PM
John Bauer
Hines Transfers
Michael, many thanks for these kind transfers! -- John
Added by John Bauer on Oct 09, 2013 8:18 PM
Beth H
RE: Alabama Carroll Wingfield
That would be great! Thank you.
Beth
Added by Beth H on Oct 06, 2013 3:44 PM
Judy Gautier
Edward Long's Grave
The Eighteenth Texas Cavalry, also known as Darnell's Cavalry Regiment, was organized at Dallas, Texas, on March 15, 1862.

If the Edward Long described on this stone died in 1859, before the Civil War began, I don't see how this could be the same person as Edward the son of John Long.

Please enlighten me. Edward Long is in our direct line, too and we have been trying to make some headway with info on him and his wife.

Thanks so much. Judy Gautier

Added by Judy Gautier on Oct 04, 2013 10:56 AM
Jacquie Truax
RE: Willoughby's
Lillie Spangler was the daughter of John Spangler (your Nathaniel's brother). John and Nathaniels parents were Nathaniel and Sarah Scott. It's amazing how many connections there are lol!
Added by Jacquie Truax on Sep 29, 2013 10:24 AM
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