Facts and Events
William Long was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Note: This William Long predeceased his father who died about 1781.
Will and Estate Records of William Long
- Page 378.--16th April, 1760. William Long's will, of Staunton--Wife, Margaret; son, William, lands and lots in and about Staunton and Jackson's River; brothers, Thomas Lewis and Charles Lewis, to be executors. Teste: William Lewis, William Stewart. Proved, 20th May, 1760. Executors qualify, with Andrew and William Lewis.
- Page 432.--19th November, 1760. William Long's appraisement, by David Stewart, Robt. Breckinridge, Felix Gilbert.
- Page 353.--21st November, 1770. Thomas and Charles Lewis' bond (with John Bowyer, John Madison) as guardian to William Long, orphan of William Long.
- Page 143.--19th August, 1773. Recorded, viz: 1761--The estate of the late William Long, of Staunton, Dr.; paid Barnibas Hughes, Doctor Lyn, clothing Wm. Long nine years. 1760--Contra.