Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

John Long

Male Bef 1645 - Bef 1674  (< 29 years)


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  • Name John Long 
    Born Bef 1645  King & Queen County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 1674  Sittingbourne Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I068647  Tree1
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2021 

    Father Virginia Long 
    Family ID F19635  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Catherine Morris,   b. Bef 1643, New Kent County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 10 Feb 1712/13, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 70 years) 
    Married Bef 1667  Sittingbourne Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Catherine Long,   b. 1668, Sittingbourne Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1728, St. Stephen's Parish, King & Queen County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 61 years)
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F19641  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Major George Morris and Mr. John Long received a land patent for 1600 acres on July 29, 1667 (Land Patent Book #6, page 158). On April 1, 1685 George Morris of New Kent county conveyed his half interest in this 1600 acres to "Thomas Pettit and unto his sister Mrs. Catherine Longe" (Rappahannock County Record Book #7, page 179).
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      1662-1664 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 1, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 265-267
      TO ALL TO WHOM I FRANCIS MORRYSON Esqr. Governour & Capt. Genl of Virga, send greeting Whereas by Instructions from the Kinge directed to me & the Councell of State his Maty was graciously pleased to authorize me the sd Goyenour & Councell to grant Pattents to all Adventurers & Planters as have been usual] heretofore in the like cases according to the Charter of Orders from the late Treasurer & Compa & that the same proportion of fifty acres of land granted for every person transported hither since Midsommer 1625 & that the same be continued to all Adventurers and Planters until] it shall be otherwise determined by his Maty Now know ye that I the sd FRANCIS MORRYSON Esqr, do with the consent of the Councell of State grant unto WILLIAM JOHNSON Five hundred fifty acres of land on the West side of PISCATTICOW CREEK alias COXEX CREEK begining at a white Oak standing under the Hills & runing parolell to the land of ROBERT YOUNG Southwest unto a marked white Oak by the Creek side & from the first menconed tree paralell with the aforesd YOUNGs land North East unto a marked Pocickery standing upon a level thence South East unto a Branch of Marsh which runneth unto a branch of PISCATICOW CREEK then bounded on the North & another part of the sd PISCATICOW CREEK to the first bounds the said land being formerly granted to the sd JOHNSON by Pattent dated the 6th of October 1656 & now renewed in his Matys name by Order of the Genll Courte To have and hold the sd land with his due share of all mines and mineral's therein contained withall rights of Hunting Hawking Fishing & Fowling withall woods waters & rivers withall proffitts & hereditamts whatseover belonging to the sd land to him the sd WILLIAM JOHNSON his heirs & assignes for ever in a large manner as is expressed in a Charter of Orders from the late Treasurer & Compa, dated the 18th of November 1618 or by consequence may be justly collected out of the same or out of the Lettrs. Pattent paying unto our sd Lord the King yearly at the Feast of St. Michael the archangel the Fee rent of One shilling which paymt is to be made seaven years after the first grant thereof & not before according to the sd Charter as also by Act of Assembly of the 2 of March 1642 provided that if sd JOHNSON his heirs or assignes do not plant or seat upon the said land within three years next ensuing that then it shall be lawful] for any Adventurer or Planter to make choice & seat thereupon Given at JAMES CITY under my hand & the Seal of the Collony this 28th July 1662 & in fourteenth year of the Reign of our Sovereign KING CHARLES the Second &c,
      FRANCIS MORRYSON
      THO: LUDWELL Sect.
      This Witnesseth that I WILLIAM JOHNSON do assign over unto THOMAS GAINES, JOHN
      LONG & JOHN MORRAINE all my right & title of this Pattent herein specified witness my hand this 14th of 8ber 1663
      Test WILLIAM KILLMAN. WILL JOHNSON
      RICHD. MACKNBY
      Recordat decimo die Jan 1663 ROBERT DAVIS Cl Cur prd
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      1662-1664 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 1, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 348-350
      TO ALL TO WHOM &c that I the sd FRANCIS MORRYSON Esqr. with the Consent of the Coun cell of State give & grant unto WM JOHNSON Five hundred & fifty acres of land on the N. West side of PISCATACON CREEK als COX CREEK beginning at a white Oak standing under the hills & tuning paralell to the land of ROBT. YOUNG SW unto a marked white Oak by the Creeks side & from the first mencioned tree parolel to the aforesaid YOUNGs land NE by N into a marked Pocickery standing upon a level thence SE unto a branch of Marsh which runneth into a branch of PISCATACON CREEK then bounded the NE with the sd Branch and PISCATACON CREEK & on the SW with the land granted to RANDOLPH CHAMBLET & another part of the sd PISCATACON CREEK to the first bounds the sd Land being formerly granted to the sd JOHNSON by Patent dated the 6th 8ber 1656 & now renewed in his Matys name by order of the Quarter Court To have & to hold &c. Given at JAMES CITY under my hand & the Seale of the Collony this 28th July 1662 & in the 14 year of the reigne of KING CHARLES the Second &c
      FRANCIS MORYSON
      THO. LUDWELL Secr
      THIS WITNESSETH that I WILLIAM JOHNSON do assigne over unto THOMAS GAINES, JOHN LONG & JOHN MURRAN(missing- ) all my right & title of this pattent heiren Specified Witness my hand this 14 October 1663
      Test WILLIAM KILLMAN, WILL JOHNSON
      RICHARD MACCEBY
      Recordat X die Jan 1663
      BE IT KNOWN unto all men that we THOMAS GAINES, JOHN MURRAINS & JOHN LONG in consideration us thereunto moveing do assigne over unto WILLIAM JOHNSON all our rights & interest of the land hereby Pattent specified unto WILLIAM JOHNSON his heir & assignes for ever with a unanimus consent of either party as witness our hands 29tk of June 1664 & do herein oblige ourselves to acknowledge it in Court upon demand
      Test CHRISTOPHER DAN, THOMAS GAINES
      WILLIAM ARAS JOHN MORAINE
      JOHN LONG
      BE IT KNOWN that I WILLIAM JOHNSON of PISCATACON in the County of Rappa. for con sideracion do by these presents with the Consent of CONSTANCE my Wife make sale unto THOMAS GAINES, JOHN LONG & JOHN MURRAINE all my right of a parcel! of land whereon I now live all rights & priviledges of Pattent thereunto belonging containing Five hundred & fifty acres of land & all the dwelling houses & Tobacco houses belonging to the foresaid land withal! Orchards & other trees thereunto belonging all lands that hath been granted out of this Patent herein men cioned by conveyance specified unto any person whatsoever that be now in actual possession Excepted & all the right as aforesd I the sd WILLIAM JOHNSON & CONSTANCE JOHNSON my Wife do by these present confirm unto the aforesd THOMAS GAINES, JOHN LONG & JOHN MORRAINE to them thei heirs for ever In Witness I the foresd WILLIAM JOHNSON have set my hand & seale this 14th of October 1663
      in presence of HENRY CREIGHTOUN WILL JOHNSON
      ROBERT ARMSTRONG CONSTANCE JOHNSON
      Recognt in Cur Rappa 6 die Junii 1663
      BE IT KNOWN unto all men that we THOMAS GAINES, JOHN MORAINE & JOHN LONG do assigne over unto WILLIAM JOHNSON his Exrs or assignes all our rights & interest of this conveyance of land therein specified with a unanimous consent of either party & do oblige ourselves to acknowledge it in Court upon demand. As Witness our hands thi!
      29th of June 1664
      Test CHRISTOPHER DANCEY, THOMAS GAINES
      WILLIAM ARAS JOHN LONG
      JOHN MORAINE
      Recogn in Cur Com Rappa 3 die Mai 1665
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      internet says s/o Walter Longe

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      Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 42
      GEORGE MORRIS & JOHN LONG, 1600 acs., upon branches of Major Andrew Gilson's Cr., 29 Sept. 1667, p. 158. Ad;. land formerly belonging to Mr. John Pate, & Mr. Tho. Button, an Indian path, &c. Trans. of 32 pers: Hen. Tirrell, Jonath. Morcott, Charles Man- ford. Wm. Tucker, Ann Green, Robt. Tirrell, Hen. Tirrell, Wm. Tirrell, Mary Wakeman Math. Bayer, Jno. Lane, Ed. Foster, Hen. Creyton, Tho. Button, Mary Gill, Jno. Owen, Jno. De Rouse, Roger Perry, WM. Warman, Jno. Dean, Xpo-; fer. Chant, Tho. Blunt, Mary Burges, Fliz. Pride, Francis Hunt, Tho, Long, Jno.' Davis, Wm.. Preckfield, Nich. Harding, Alice West, Ralp. Hopkins, Dennis Astris. (or Ascris).

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