Facts and Events
Paul Long was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 12--Deed, 25th April, 1796, by Paul Long of Greenbrier to Mathias Long of Rockingham, his interest in 127 acres. Recorded, April, 1796.
Records of Paul Long in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 2 - Page 6--Patent to Henry Lung for 100 acres in Augusta on Shenando, 20th September, 1768. Will of Henry Long, Sr., former of Rockingham. Wife, Barbara; infant children; eldest son, Henry Long; sons, Paul, Mathias, Nicholas. Dated 6th January, 1779. Recorded in Rockingham, 27th April, 1779.
Records in Greenbrier County, VA:
- 1787 - Land Grant to James Miller, 337 acres on Indian River, adj. Paul Long. [A History of Monroe County, West Virginiam by Oren Frederic Morton, pg. 86.]
- January 1796 "Case of Paul Long against Bradley Dotton". p. 107 Greenbrier Co W. Va. Minutes.
- May 31, 1796 - "Case of Paul Long vs Bradley Dolton--dismissed." p. 109 Greenbrier Co W Va. Minutes March 1798.
- 1796 p 107 Paul Long against Bradley Dotton, Greenbrier W VA Church Records 1790-1899 FHC Film 0464939.
- April 1796, p. 109, Paul Long vs. Bradly Dolton-dismissed. 1797 Land Tax levy Year 1797
Paul Long was married and lived in Greenbrier County, in an area that became Monroe County in 1799. Additional research is needed on this family.
- United States. 1790 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
Heads of Families - Virginia, 1783-1786.