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The Long Tree and others : Longs, Davises, Thompsons, Cratins and Slatons

by Margaret Thompson Winkler ; assisted by Carolina Nigg; William Frazer, editor
Books/Monographs
English
Montgomery, Alabama : Uchee Publications, c1995
xvii, 347, [2], [49] p., [40] p. of plates. : ill.,geneal. tables, map, ports.

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Gabriel Long was the son of Jeremiah and Frances Long. He married Margaret Harrison, the daughter of Andrew Harrison. Gabriel lived in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia in 1678. His brother Richard married Elizabeth. Richard's will was filed in Spotsylvania County in 1762. His children listed in the will were Gabriel, James, William, Andrew and Reuben. James Davis was born in 1722 and married Catherine Wendell. Their children included Wendell, Jane, Rachel, Elizabeth, Ann, Alcy, Nancy, Catherine, Zachariah and Malachi. They lived in North Carolina. William Thompson married Anne. In 1634 he migrated to another part of England. He died in 1649/50. He had one son named William. Descendants immigrated to Maryland. John Cratin was born in 1752 and lived in Georgia and married Marcia Ann Lanham. His dauther Louisa Sophia married Henry Bradford Thompson. William Presley Slaton was born in 1816 in South Carolina. He married Thurza Rawls Hunter. Their children were William, Francis, Sarah, Mary, Martha, John, Amanda, Russell, Samuel and Emma.

Includes index.

References: p. TP 48-49.

Includes some historical information.

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