Note: Jeannie Finch email@example.com July 2001. b 1877 MO, twin, married Marinda Henthorn. 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 3M
1910 US Census Missouri, Sullivan, Pleasant Hill SD 2 ED 169 Sheet 8B. 147 149 Long, Harry head m w 31 m1 13 MO IL KY farmer general farm. Miranda wife f w 28 m1 13 6-5 MO OH MO. Walter son m w 12 s MO MO MO laborer-home farm. Nellie dau f w 9 s MO MO MO. Mabel dau f w 7 s MO MO MO. Bertha dau f w 5 s MO MO MO. Hazel dau f w 7/'12 s MO MO MO.
1920 US Census Missouri, Sullivan, Polk Twp SD 2 ED 975 Sheet 9B 216 217 Long, Harry E. head r x m w 41 m yes yes MO IL KY Electrician Electri Plant. Malinda wife f w 38 m yes yes MO MO MO. Mable dau f w 19 s yes yes yes MO MO MO. Bertha dau f w 15 s yes yes yes MO MO MO. Hazel dau f w 9 s yes yes yes MO MO MO. William son m w 7 s yes yes yes MO MO MO. Vera dau f w 5 s MO MO MO. Grace Alice dau f w 3 6/12 s MO MO MO.
1930 US Census Missouri, Sullivan, Polk Twp, Milan City. ED 106-19 SD 3 Sheet 9B. East 6th Street 229 250 255. Long, Harry E. head o $1000 m w 53 m 20 no yes MO KY KY laborer, City light plant. Marinda M. wife f w 50 m 17 no yes MO KY MO. Willia E. son m w 18 s no yes MO MO MO labor, odd jobs. Vera V. dau f w 15 s yes yes MO MO MO. Grace A. dau f w 13 s yes yes MO MO MO.
HARRY EDWARD LONG: Harry Edward Long, son of Lewis and Mary (Havens) Long, was born in Sullivan County, Missouri, near Browning, May 24, 1877, and passed away at his home in Milan, Missouri, Thursday evening, Sept. 15, 1938, at the age of 61 years, 3 months and 22 days. In the year 1897, he was united in marriage to Miss Marinda Mae Henthorne. To this union nine children were born, one dying in infancy and surviving are, Walter D. Long of Kirksville, Mo.; Mrs. Nellie D. Harris of Easton, Mo.; Mrs. Mable M. McKinney of De Kalb, Mo.; Mrs. Bertha Helms of Quincy, Ill.; Mrs. Vera V. Deeds of Harris, Mo., and Mrs. Hazel I. Frazier, William E. Long and Grace A. Barnett of Milan. He is survived by 15 grandchildren, one brother, Lewis Long of Colorado and one half-brother, William Long of Hereford, Texas; three sisters, Emma Peavler of North Salem, Mo.; Margaret Hansen of Browning, Mo.; and twin sister, Minnie Haynes of Larned, Kansas; two half-sisters, Mrs. William Havens of Browning, Mo., and Josie Havens of Oklahoma. Except for a few years spent in Colorado he has lived his entire life in this county, and for the last several years he had been employed at the Milan electric plant as an engineer. His life has been great as he has lived it. Death is sweet as he died; For 'twas God who called him from us; Now his soul in peace abides. In 1935 he confessed his faith in his Saviour during a revival meeting held at the Assembly of God Church. Funeral services were at the Christian Church in Milan, Saturday, Sept. 18th, at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by the Schoene Funeral Home. The sermon was delivered by Rev. C. L. Rowland of Milan, Mo. Interment was in the Oakwood Cemetery. [Milan Standard. Sept. 22, 1938]
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