Note: Sam Wonders, email@example.com. Jeannie Finch, firstname.lastname@example.org July 2001. "Lewis married Mary F. Havens, January 11, 1874 in Greenwood Co. Lewis and Mary Jane had four children. Lewis and Mary Havens had six children."
1880 Census Place: Benton, Linn, Missouri Source: FHL Film 1254700 National Archives Film T9-0700 Page 514D Lewis LONG Self M M W 40 IL Occ: Farmer Fa: CAN Mo: CAN Mary LONG Wife F M W 28 KY Occ: Keeps House Fa: KY Mo: OH Anna LONG Dau F S W 12 IL Occ: At School Fa: IL Mo: KY Laura LONG Dau F S W 10 KS Occ: At School Fa: IL Mo: KY Josie LONG Dau F S W 9 KS Occ: At School Fa: IL Mo: KY William LONG Son M S W 9 KS Occ: At School Fa: IL Mo: KY Harry LONG Son M S W 3 MO Fa: IL Mo: KY Minnie LONG Dau F S W 3 MO Fa: IL Mo: KY Lewis LONG Son M S W 3Mo MO
1900 US Census Missouri, Sullivan County, Pleasanthill. SD 2 ED 158 Sheet 10. 194 191 Long, Lewis head w m Dec 1839 60 m 26 IL Canada-French OH Farmer yes yes yes om. Mary F wife w f Mar 1851 49 m 26 9-7 KY KY KY yes yes yes. Hiram L. son w m Mar 1880 20 s MO IL KY Farm Labor yes yes yes. Emma L. dau w f Oct 1882 17 s MO IL KY at school yes yes yes. Maggie M. dau w f Jan 1885 15 s MO IL KY at school yes yes yes. Daniel I. son m Jul 1885 14 s MO IL KY at school yes yes yes.
1910 US Census Missouri, Sullivan, Duncan Twp. SD 2 ED 162 Sheet 2A Fourth Street. 28 28 Long, Lewis head m w 70 m2 36 IL Canada OH English farmer-farm work. Mary F. wife f w 59 m2 36 8-6 KY KY O. Taylor, Emma dau f w 28 D 6 1/1 MO IL KY. Taylor, Martha F. granddaughter f w 4 s OK MO MO. Long, Margaret M. dau f w 26 s MO IL KY housework.
1920 US Census Missouri, Sullivan Co., Browning. SD 2, ED 165, Sheet 2A. 6 January 1920. 34 37. Long, Louis (sic Lewis), hade, own home free, male, white, age 71, married, IL PA PA, janitor, high school. Mary Franicis, wife, female, white, age 68, married, KY KY IA. Margaret M., daughter, female, white, age 36, single, MO IL Ky, asst. janitor, high school.
Mary Frances Havens Long, daughter of Hiram and Rebecca (Hart) Havens, was born March 26, 1851, in Kenton Co., Kentucky, and departed this life at her home in Browning, Mo., Apr. 22, 1934. She was united in marriage to Joseph Davis in 1870, to this union one child was born, Josie Davis Havens, now of Bristow, Okla. She was later married to Lewis Long, Jan. 11, 1874. To this union eight children were born, two dying in infancy. Those surviving are Harry E. Long, Milan, Mo., Minnie Etta Haynes, of Larned, Kansas, H. Lewis Long, Linneus, Mo., Emma L. Peavler, North Salem, Mo., Margaret M. Hanson, Browning, Mo., and Daniel I. Long, Kansas City, Mo. She also helped to rear three children of her husband's by a former marriage, always saying, I loved them as my own. They are Anna Long Havens, who preceded her in death, Laura Long Havens, Browning, and William Long of Texas. She leaves two brothers, William Havens, Browning and Andrew Havens, Laclede, and two sisters, Mrs. T. J. Seaman and Mrs. Jas. E. Marvin, both of Browning. She also leaves a number of grandchildren and great grand- children to mourn her loss. She united with the Church of Christ early in life and lived a faithful Christian. She was a devoted wife, loving mother and kindly neighbor. Funeral services were conducted at the Christian Church at 10:30, Monday, by Rev. C. R. Luton, pastor of the M. E. C. south. Burial in the Knifong Cemetery. [Browning Leader-Record. Apr 26, 1934]
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