|Birth: ||Apr. 24, 1770|
|Death: ||Apr. 14, 1840|
John was a son of George & Elizabeth Jane (Ward) DeLong, Sr.
Following from the research of the late John D. Baldwin III:
*3-1-1 JOHN FRANCIS DeLONG b. 1770; md. Sarah Winteringer.
JOHN FRANCIS (3-1-1) b. Apr. 24, 1770, possibly in Fannett Twp., Cumberland (now Franklin) Co., Pa where his maternal grandparents had taken land in 1766. It is possible that his father was in Northumberland Co., Pa (in the part which is now Centre Co.) but I find nothing to support that possibility. And nothing to support the tradition that he was born in the vicinity of Baltimore (nor for that matter, than his son Dr. John was).
1790 - living in his parents' home in that area of the recently formed Mifflin Co. which is now Centre Co.
1791 - Married about this time Sarah Winterringer, daughter of Barnett and Sarah (Chatwin). They were Quakers from Northampton Co., Pa. He appears as Bernard Winteringer on the passenger list of the ship "Pegg" 1753, age 21. They married at Old Swede's Church, Phila., Dec. 6, 1760. Winteringer's Will, Steubenville, Ohio 1810 includes mention of dau. Sarah and her husband John F. Sarah was born 1780 or later per both 1830 and 1840 censuses. This seems very late since three children were born by 1786. She was probably closer to J. F.'s age. Family records indicate she was born in Pa. but attended school in Culpepper Co., Md., and that she had a brother Jesse born in Md.
1795 - taxed Bald Eagle Twp., Mifflin Co., probably in that portion which today is Howard, Centre Co., PA.
1797 - the census records of 1850, 60, 70 for daughter Effey should be checked to determine her birthdate. Until that is done, I will question the tradition she was born in Md.(YES- censuses say born Maryland.../rwd)
1799 - it is not known whether he was with his father's family in Ohio Co., (W) Va. There is supposedly a land grant in Guernsey Co., Ohio which says he was late of Shenandoah Co., Va. Perhaps he was there while his father was in the NW Va. panhandle but I am disinclined to accept it without better documentation.
1802 - He probably arrived in Ohio at the same time as his father. His son John in 1850, 1860 and 1870 reported himself of Ohio this same year. This evidence certainly overrides an untraced tradition he was born near Baltimore, and son Jerome's 1880 census records claiming a Pa. father.
18__ - I have a note that John F. received a 100 acres tract during this period in the Duck Creek Donation Tract in Washington Co. This is most likely a misreading of the entry for his uncle Jonathan (3-6) who did receive 100 acres there and who was a settler there.
1810 - little survives of this Ohio census.
1811 - bought land May 29 at Dille's Bottom, still Belmont Co. from David Lockwood.
1812 - settled by this date in Beaver Twp., Guernsey (now Noble) Co. Note his father bought in Wayne Twp., now Noble Co. in 1811.
1812 - Colonel, 1st Regt., Ohio Militia, War of 1812.
1815 - On Oct. 11, John and Sarah sold Belmont Co. land, witnessed by Edward Carpenter.(See disc. for marr. of dau Sarah).
1815 - On Dec. 19, he purchased 160 acres in Belmont-? from David and Elizabeth Lockwood for $317, sold it same day to Fish Benjamin.
1819 - an original member of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Beaver Twp.
1820 - Beaver Twp., still Guernsey 210110/02010. This erroneously puts him under 45.
1826 - Land grant Guernsey Co. Range 7, Twp 8, Sect. 3.
1830 - ditto
1830 - Guernsey census 000210001/000l00l. He had just turned 60.
1835 - he was a delegate to the Democratic Convention Aug 22 (Guernsey Times), resident of Beaver Twp. The same paper (same edition?) mentions John Delong living on the road from Barnesville, Belmont Co., to Monroe Co. This could be subject, his son or his nephew.
1840 - His will March 30, proved Cambridge, Guernsey Co. Apr 4. He was buried Catholic Cem., Batesville, now Noble Co., OH.
3-1-1-1 SARAH DeLONG born prob. Pa. prob. ca 1792 (no room in family to be much younger yet md in 1812). She md. June 2, 1812 Edward Carpenter per K. Lingenfelter who says the original. The transcript in the WRHS Library Cleveland says Richard Carpenter and Mar. 23, 1812. Perhaps the transcriber inadvertently telescoped two marriages. Note Edward Carpenter was witness to an 1815 land sale by Sarah's father. K.L. said Edward and Sarah were of Leneca Twp, Guernsey Co. I do not know the connection if any between this Edward and the older Edward of Londonderry, Guernsey Co. b. 1761 who married Catherine (4-1-1) Delong of an entirely different Delong family. Edward of Seneca Co. was not Edw. & Catherine's son Edward Jr. who was born 1802.
3-1-1-1-1 John Carpenter
3-1-1-1-2 Sarah Carpenter; md. William Arich who d. by 1840.
*3-1-1-2 GEORGE b. prob. 1794; md. Rachel _____.
3-1-1-3 ELIZABETH DeLONG b. Pa. Mar 15, 1796; d. Taylorsville, Noble Co., Ohio May 21, 1880. She md. Guernsey Co., Feb 2, 1819, David Cline b. Shenandoah Co., Va. May 20, 1796 d. Batesville, Noble Co. Jun 9, 1857, son of John and Catherine (Black). David and Elizabeth resided Batesville 1846-9.
3-1-1-3-1 John Cline b. Dec 4, 1819; d. Pike Co., OH, May 26, 1885; md Isabel Layman b. Dec 6, 1823; d. Pike Co., Dec 12, 1906.
3-1-1-3-2 Abraham Cline b. Oct 22, 1821; d. 1906; md. 1848, Rebecca Gibson b.1829; d. 1865. Moved to Coffeyville, Ia.
3-1-1-3-3 Sarah Elizabeth Cline b. Jan 7, 1824; d. May 17, 1874 at New Holland, Ill; md. Cambridge Oh., Mar 23, 1845, John F. Lingerfelter b. Baltimore, Aug. 14, 1823; d. Douglas, Kan., June 7, 1904.
3-1-1-3-4 Thomas Cline b. Dec 25, 1825 will proved Dec 3, 1873. Md. May 31, 1849 Mary Jane Denoon b. 1832. Res. Wash Ct. Hs.
3-1-1-3-5 George Cline b. Mar 1, 1827; md. Rebecca Wells b. 1836.
3-1-1-3-6 William Cline b. July 12, 1830; d. 1899; md. Matilda ______.
3-1-1-3-7 Mary Cline b. Feb 1, 1833; d. 1892; md. Samuel W. Gibson.
3-1-1-3-8 Isaac Cline b. Aug 8, 1835; d. 1902; md. Sarah Ann Matson.
3-1-1-3-9 Effie Cline b. Mar 23, 1838; d. Noble Co.; md. David Mummu.
3-1-1-3-10 David Cline b. Aug 2, 1840; d July 25, 1916, Batesville. Md. June 8, 1863, Eleanor Jane Gregg d. 1893.
3-1-1-4 EFFY M. DeLONG b. Sep 13, 1797, Md. (source? the 1850, 60, 70 censuses should be checked); d. Mason Co., Ill, Sept 21, 1876. Md. Guernsey Co. July 15, 1817, William D. Wendell b. Va., Apr 22, 1793; d. Mason Co., Sept 9, 1876. Both bur. St. Mary's Church., Lincoln, Logan Co., Ill. They had settled in Ill. 1859. They apparently had an earlier stay in Ill. as son Thomas was born there 1820. All others born Guernsey Co. and all d. in Ill.
3-1-1-4-1 Elizabeth Wendell b. June 22, 1818; d. Aug 26, 1873; md. 1839 Lemuel Warren.
3-1-1-4-2 Thomas Wendell b. Pike Co., Ill, Feb 2, 1820; d. June 11, 1908; md. Apr 23, 1841 Frances Warren.
3-1-1-4-3 Phi1ip Wendell b. 1823 or 1825; d. 1905; md. Sarah Ann Warren.
3-1-1-4-4 Nathan Wendell b. 1829; md. Susan Randall.
3-1-1-4-5 William Lawrence Wendell b. July 8, 1831; md. 1st Jan 31, 1857 Lydia Bevens, md. 2nd Feb 14, 1872 Katherine Bolinger.
3-1-1-4-6 John Wendell b. Jan 22, 1833; d. Dec 17, 1898; md. Jan 30 1867 Mary Jane Keller.
3-1-1-4-7 Daniel Wendell b. 183_; md. Hannah Hagen.
3-1-1-4-8 Barbara Wendell b. June 20, 1836; d. Dec 28, 1921; md 1st 1868, William Toberman, 2nd Wylie Horn. No ch.
Desc. of Effie: Joy (Mrs. Benj.) Warren; 1237 Hyatt Ave., Wilmington, CA 90744 (1969)
Desc. of Effie's son Wil1iam and 2nd wife: Mrs. Edgar Conklin, RR 2 Box 167, New Holland, Ill. 62671 (1977)
3-1-1-5 ANN DeLONG b. prob. ca 1799 (Pa.? [W] Va.? other?) md. 1st Guernsey Co., Sept 15, 1818 Laurence Wendell, 2nd George Morgan b. 1754 and considerably older who d. Nov 2, 1850, age 96, buried Beaver Cem., Rev. War soldier. But might really have been an older George Morgan, and not Ann's husband? The 1850 census would solve the question. George and Ann were in Pike Co., Oh. 1846-49 quit-claim deeds.
*3-1-1-6 JOHN DeLONG b. PA, 1802; md. 1st Elizabeth Jones, 2nd Juliana Turner.
3-1-1-7 MARY DeLONG b. Guernsey Co., OH, Feb 14, 1806; d. Beaver Twp., Noble Co., OH, Aug 14, 1899. Md. Guernsey Co., Nov 25, 1825 Christopher Gallagher b Chester Co., PA, Sept 21, 1802; d. Noble Co., OH., Oct 21, 1881. He was son of Edmund of Co. Meath, Ire. and first wife Anna (Dorsey) who was still living 1806 but by 1817 Edmund's wife was named Lydia (McGinnis of NH per ASDeL). Chris and Mary were in Temperenceville, Belmont Co., 1860 57 b. Pa and 57 b. O. Children home were:
Lydia 23, Wm. 20, Eliz 18, Mary Ellen 16, Angeline 13, Chris 11, Martha 8. He in Somerset Twp. 1880, 77 b. Pa of Ire. Parents.
3-1-1-7-1 Sarah Gallagher b. Sept 1, 1826; d. Apr 17, 1851; md July 29, 1849 Michael Slevin.
3-1-1-7-2 Ann Gallagher b. Mar 27, 1828; d May 14, 1902; md Jan 13, 1848 Jacob Heed.
3-1-1-7-3 John A. Gallagher b. Nov 6, 1829; d. July 14, 1901; md Nov 18, 1854 Sarah A. Mayberry.
3-1-1-7-4 Thomas Gallagher b. Sept 2, 1832; d. 1900 Texarkana, Ark.; md Mary Slaven.
3-1-1-7-5 Edmund Gallagher b. June 27, 1834; d. Jan 18, 1898 (exact day from Aileen D); md Aug 5, 1856 (from Aileen) Margaret Conner (surname from Aileen).
3-1-1-7-6 Lydia Gallagher b. Feb 6, 1836; d. Apr 12, 1881; md Sept 18, 1866 James F. Gallagher.
3-1-1-7-7 Robert Gallagher b. Mar 14, 1838; d. Oct 21, 1922; md 1862 Bridget A. Creighton.
3-1-1-7-8 William Gallagher b. Nov 28, 1839; d. Little Rock; md Barbara Reasback.
3-1-1-7-9 Elizabeth Gallagher b. Aug 5, 1841; d. Dec 21, 1897; md Gregory Mayer.
3-1-1-7-10 Mary E. Gallagher b. July 26, 1843; d. Feb 21, 1920; md Michael Schumacher.
3-1-1-7-11 Angelina Gallagher b. June 26, 1846; d. July 10, 1875; md Adam Haren.
3-1-1-7-12 Christopher Gallagher b. Sept 20, 1848;d. Mar 28, 1922; md. Jennie Armsy.
3-1-1-7-13 Martha Gallagher b. Apr 13, 1842; d. New Castle Colo., Aug 16, 1908; md Jan 13, 1874 Charles Schnueser.
3-1-1-8 NANCY "AGNES" DeLONG b. prob. ca 1807; md Guernsey Co., OH, Apr 29, 1827 Jared Jones. Called Agnes in marriage record but Nancy in 1849 quit claim.
*3-1-1-9 WILLIAM DeLONG b. 1808-9; md Catherine Ensley.
*3-1-1-10 THOMAS DeLONG b. 1810; md Catherine ______.
*3-1-1-11 NATHAN DeLONG b. 1813-4; md 1st Isabella Enslow, 2nd Elizabeth Allender.
* - I have additional info on these individuals.
The Will of Col. John Francis DeLong, Sr.
In the name of God, Amen, I, John DeLong of Beaver Township, Guernsey County, State of Ohio, being weak of body, but sound of mind and memory, blessed be God for his mercies. bearing in mind, that it is appointed unto all men once to die and the time being uncertain. I therefore do make, ordain, establish and declare, this my last will and testament.
Principally and first of all, I command my soul to God, who gave it, and my body to be buried in a decent and Christian manner, at the discretion of my executors. And after paying my lawful debts and defraying my funeral expenses I will and dispose of any worldly effects as follows. Viz: I will and bequeath unto my beloved wife Sarah DeLong, East half of the North East quarter in Section nine, in Township eight, of Range _____ seven, together with the West half of the North East quarter of Section three, in Township and Range aforesaid, to have and to hold, occupy and continue and enjoy during her Natural life and at her demise, to be sold and equally divided among any children now living.
Viz: John DeLong, William DeLong, Nathan DeLong, Thomas DeLong, Elizabeth, wife of David Cline, Effy, wife of William Windal, Mary, wife of Christopher Gallagher, Ann, wife of George Morgan and Nancy, wife of Jared Jones. Likewise I will and bequeth to my beloved wife aforesaid, such of my personal property as she may wish to keep, for her own proper use and the balance to be sold and assets to be disposed as my Executors may think proper.
I likewise will and bequeth unto my beloved Grand-children - - John Carpenter and Sarah, widow of William Arich deceased, each the sum of one dollar. I likewise will and bequeth unto my beloved grand-children, William DeLong, Jane DeLong, Sarah DeLong, Avarilla DeLong, Delilah DeLong, children of my son George DeLong deceased, each the sum of one dollar. And I do hereby ordain and appoint my beloved wife Sarah DeLong, Executrix and my beloved son Thomas DeLong Executor of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void and to all intents and purposes of no effect, all gifts, grants, wills and bequests by me heretofore made. In testimony, whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this Thirteenth day of March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and forty.
John DeLong. [ Signed ]
Signed and acknowledged in presence of us, year and day above written.
Elizabeth Jane Ward DeLong
Sarah Winteringer DeLong (1776 - 1849)
Elizabeth DeLong Cline (1796 - 1880)*
Effey Margaret DeLong Wendell (1797 - 1876)*
John Francis DeLong (1802 - 1873)*
Mary DeLong Gallagher (1806 - 1899)*
William DeLong (1808 - ____)*
Nathaniel DeLong (1813 - ____)*
Joseph DeLong (____ - 1831)*
John Francis DeLong (1770 - 1840)
James DeLong (1772 - 1840)*
George DeLong (1776 - 1849)*
Isaac DeLong (1779 - 1842)*
David DeLong (1786 - 1860)*
Edward DeLong (1790 - 1848)*
Elizabeth DeLong Hite (1796 - 1853)*
Saint Mary Catholic Cemetery
Created by: Roy Delong
Record added: Jun 29, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 92771539