Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p110


Volume 3, Page 110

    LONGDON, ANDREW, New London, had been bef. 1643 on the riv.
Conn. d. a. 1680, without ch. ANTHONY, perhaps of Hartford 1647.
This is diverse from Langdon.

    LONGFELLOW, NATHAN, Newbury, s. of William, m. 28 May 1713,
Mary Green, liv. at Hampton Falls, had Jonathan, b. 1714; Samuel, 8
May 1717, d. soon; Ann, 2 Aug. 1719; Jacob, 20 July 1722; Sewall,
6 Oct. 1724, d. at 10 yrs.; Abigail, 5 Feb. 1728; Nathan, 8 June 1729;
and Green, 3 Apr. 1731, posthum. for f. d. 15 Jan. preced. STEPHEN,
Newbury, elder br. of the preced. m. 25 Mar. 1713, Abigail, d. of Rev.
Edward Tompson of Marshfield, wh. d. 10 Sept. 1778, had William, b.
Sept. 1714; Ann, 24 Apr. 1716; Edward, 29 Apr. 1718; Sarah, 8
Jan. 1721; Stephen, 7 Feb. 1723; Samuel, 12 Mar. 1725; Abigail, 23
May 1727, d. next yr.; Abigail, again, 10 Nov. 1729, d. at 21 yrs.;
Elizabeth 18 Aug. 1732, d. in few days; and Nathan, 17 Jan. 1736, d. in
10 mos. He was a lieut. and selectman, and d. 17 Nov. 1764, at Byfield.
WILLIAM, Newbury, b. a. 1651, in Co. Hants, came in youth to
N. m. 10 Nov. 1678, Ann, d. of Henry Sewall, then 16 yrs. old, had
William, b. 25 Nov. 1679; Stephen, 10 Jan. 1681, d. under 3 yrs.;
Ann, 3 Oct. 1683; Stephen, again, 22 Sept. 1685; Elizabeth 3 July 1688;
and Nathan, 5 Feb. 1690. He went, in 1687, Judge Sewall says, to
Eng. to obtain his patrimony in Yorksh. widely remote from his birthplace;
and aft. his return was ensign of the comp. emb. in the wild
project of Sir William Phips against Quebec, and with nine others perish.
by shipwreck, on the return in Oct. at Anticosti, as Coffin, 155,
takes from Sewall's Diary, whose first report was Cape Breton. His
wid. m. 11 May 1692, Henry Short. Five of this name had been, in
1834, gr. at Harv. and Bowd.

    LONGHORN. See Langhorn.

    LONGLEY, JOHN, Groton, s. of William, by w. Hannah had William,
b. 12 Mar. 1669; Margaret, 28 Oct. 1671; and Mary, 10 Jan. 1673;
fled in the Ind. war, I presume, to his native town, there had Nathaniel,
1 July 1676; and by w. Priscilla had John, b. 11 Jan. 1681, at Salem.
RICHARD, Lynn 1636, had William, and Jonathan. See Lewis,
Ed. 2d, p. 91. WILLIAM, Lynn, B. of the preced. from Eng.
perhaps; yet in 1661 he was able to prove there was no Richard, but
he was the person to wh. in the partition of lds. in 1638, was gr. by
name of Richard. See the blind story in Geneal. Reg. VIL 188. He
may be that freem. of 14 Mar. 1639 calL Langley, was clk. of the writs
1655, by w. Joanna (who soon aft. his d. m. Benjamin Crispe, outliv.
him, and by her will, of 1698, gave to two Shattuckis, her gr.ds.) had
Sarah, b. 15 Oct. 1660, but be had elder ch. John; Ann; Mary; Elizabeth
wh. m. James Blood, and d. bef. her f.; and William; beside Lydia,
wh. may have been younger. He rem. to Groton, there d. 29 Nov.
1680; in his will of 6 days bef. pro. Apr. foll. names four ds. Mary, w.