Note: Check Hancock Co,OH & Fairfield Co,OH & Chillicothe,Ross,OH 1830 Ohio, Miami Co., Bethel Twp 1840 Illinois, Macon Co. Jacob bought a farm in Macon Co., from Peter Long and later sold it to Fredrick Schwantes. 1850 Illinois DeWitt Co., 1860 Illinois, DeWitt Co., Clintonia 1862 Illinois Union Volunteers 1963 March 16 sold land in Macon Co., IL to F. W. Schwantes 1870 Illinois, DeWitt Co., Clintonia 1880 Missouri, Cass Co., Grand River 1895 Kansas, Cowley Co., Vernon
Marriage Book 1803-1835, page 166. The State of Ohio, Fairfield County. have copy of page. Long to Defenbaugh. I hereby Certify that on the 25day of November 1829 I Solomnized the marriage of Jacob Long and Sarah Defenbaugh. ? ?, J.P.
NOTE: There was a Thomas Long from County Limerick,Ireland who immigrated to the Township of Sidney, Hastings County,Ontario. Also a Joseph D. Long in the 1840 Census, Macon Co,IL. 1 male 15-19; 2 males 20-29, 1 male 40-49; 2 females 0-4, 3 females 5-9, 2 females 10-14 and 1 female 30-39.
NOTE: the 1830 census below may not be the same person. There were several Longs listed (page 49). Geo. D. Long Jr, Jos. D. Long Jr; Jos. D. Long Senior; Geo D Long SR; Geo. Long and Joseph Long.
A Partial History of the Jacob Long Family by Ralph Aubrey Long. "Jacob Long was born in Canada in the year 1815 of French Canadian parentage, and emigrated to Ohio and then to Illinois, settling in the vicinity of Clinton, where in the year 1835 he married Sarah Defabaugh, who was of Pennsylvania Dutch extraction and had moved to this section of the country from Eastern Pennsylvania. To this union there were eleven children born."
Have Copy. Warranty Deed. This Indenture, Made this 16 day of March in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-three between Jacob Long and Sarah Long of the first part, and F. W. Schwantes of the second part. Witnesseth, That the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of Nine hundred Dollars.....discription of land. section 6 township 19 N Range 2E
1830 Census, Miami,OH. Bethel Twp. p50. Jacob D. Long. 1 male 20-30; 1 female 10-15; 1 female 60-70.
1840 Census, Macon, IL. Film M704, roll #64. Long, Jacob, head of household. 1 male 20-30 yrs; 1 m under 5; 1 f 20-30; 1 f 15-20; 1 f 10-15; 1 f under 5.
1850 Census DeWitt IL 551/556. Received from DeWitt Co Gen So. Jul 1993. "Long, Jacob 41 farmer, Upper Canada; Sarah 38 OH; Mary A. 20 OH; Lucinda 18 OH; Lexina 17 OH; Corline 12 Oh; Martha 11 IL; Lewis 9 IL; Isabel 8 IL; Meclua 5 IL; Elen 7 IL; Minor 3 IL."
1860 Census Clintonia Twp DeWitt IL. 753/732. Long, Jacob 51 m 43 RP Canada; Sarah 48 f OH; Lewis 20 m IL; Isabella 18 f IL; Ellen 15 f IL; Malich 13 m IL; Minor 11 m IL; John 6 m IL.
1861 Census,DeWitt Co,IL, Texas Twp Sec 6, page 24. Federal Population Schedule. ID#, ILS7a3197236 and ILS7a3197323.
1870 US Census Illinois, Dewitt Co., Clintonia. page 15. 7 June 1870. 111 103. Neble, Henry J., age 50, male, white, farmer, RE $4000, $1100,Germany. Dora, age 42, female, white, keeping house, Germany. Henry, age 20, male, white, farm laborer, Germany. Sophia, age 13, female, white, IL. Willie, age 16, male, white, IL. Long, Jacob, age 61, male, white, farmer, RE $3200, $450, Canada. Long, Delia, age 61, female, white, keeping house, Kentucky. Hall, George, age 24, male, white, farm laborer, TN.
1880 Census Place: Grand River, Cass, Missouri Source: FHL Film 1254679 National Archives Film T9-0679 Page 64D J. P. GADBURRY Self M M W 37 IN. Occ: Farmer Fa: MD Mo: MD M. E. GADBURRY Wife F M W 40 IL Occ: Hsekpr Fa: IL Mo: IL J. M. GADBURRY Son M S W 18 AR Occ: Laborer Fa: IN Mo: IL H. O. GADBURRY Son M S W 15 IL Occ: Laborer Fa: IN Mo: IL Jesse GADBURRY Son M S S W 13 IL Fa: IN Mo: IL L. D. GADBURRY Dau F S W 10 IL Fa: IN Mo: IL N. O. GADBURRY Dau F S W 9 IL Fa: IN Mo: IL Nettie GADBURRY Dau F S W 7 KS Fa: IN Mo: IL E. E. GADBURRY Dau F S W 5 KS Fa: IN Mo: IL John A. GADBURRY Son M S W 3 KS Fa: IN Mo: IL Delila LONG Mother F M W 72 KY Fa: PA Mo: PA Jacob LONG Father M M W 71 CANADA Fa: CANADA Mo: CANADA
Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1915 Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1915 Name: Jacob Long Census Date: 1 Mar 1895 Residence County: Cowley Residence State: Kansas Locality: Vernon Birth Location: Canada Family Number: 1 Gender: Male Estimated birth year: abt 1810 Race: White Line: 6 Roll: v115_30
1895 Kansas Census, Cowley Co., Vernon. F. W. Schwantes, age 64, m w, born Prussia, came from IL, farmer. Carline (sic) , age 58, f w born OH, came from IL, housekeeper. John, age 20, m w , born KS, farmer. Ida, age 18, f w, born KS, housekeeper. Cora, age 16, f w, born KS. Jacob Long, age 85, m w, born Canada, came from IL.
2nd Marriage Illinois Statewide Marrige Index, 1763-1900. www.sos.state.il.us/depts/archives/marrcopy.html Jacob Long/Mrs Delilah Gadberry 10/09/1869 DeWitt Co,IL.
LDS IGI Delilah Gadberry and Jacob Long m 9 Oct 1869 DeWitt,IL. File 1312955.
Sam Wonders, firstname.lastname@example.org. Born on 20 Dec 1808 in Canada. He died on 4 Dec 1897 in Winfield,Osborne,KS. He served in the military 1 Aug 1862 to 23 Jan 1863 in Co D, 107th Illinois Inf, Union Army. Buried in Mount Vernon Cemetary, Winfield,KS. Divorced from Sarah Deffenbaugh about 1869 in DeWitt Co,IL Married Delilah Godberry on 9 Oct 1869 in DeWitt Co,IL.
Ancestry.com. American Civil War Soldiers. Jacob Long, Clinton, Illinois. Enlisted as a Private on 1 Aug 1862. Enlisted in Company D, 107th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 4 Sept 1862. Received a disability discharge on 23 Jan 1863. Illinois: Roster of Officers and Enlisted Men. (ILRoster) Published in 1900.
http://www.itd.nps.gov./cwss/soldiers.htm UNION ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS 107th Regiment, Illinois Infantry Organized at Camp Butler, Ill., and mustered in September 4, 1862. Moved to Jeffersonville, Ind., September 30-October 1, 1862, and to Louisville, Ky., October 12. Attached to railroad guard Louisville & Nashville R. R., Dept. of the Ohio, to November, 1862. District of West Kentucky, Dept. of the Ohio, to June, 1868. 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 23rd Army Corps, Army of the Ohio, to August, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, 23rd Army Corps, Army of the Ohio, to February, 1865; and Dept. of North Carolina to June, 1865.SERVICE.-Moved to Elizabethtown, Ky., October 18, 1862, and duty there till December, 1862. Moved to Mumfordsville, Ky., December 3, and duty there till March, 1863. Moved to Glasgow, Ky., and duty there till June 18. Pursuit of Morgan June 18July 26. Return to Lebanon, Ky. Burnside's Campaign in East Tennessee August 16-October 17. Knoxville Campaign November 4-December 23. Huff's Ferry November 14. Near Loudon November 15. Campbell's Station <http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/tn023.htm> November 16. Siege of Knoxville November 17-December 5. Pursuit of Longstreet December 5-22. At Knoxville till April, 1864. Expedition to Flat Creek February 1. March to Calhoun, Tenn., April 27-30. Atlanta (Ga.) Campaign May 1-September 8. Demonstration on Dalton May 8-13. Rocky Faced Ridge <http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga007.htm> May 8-11. Battle of Resaca <http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga008.htm>May 14-15. Operations on line of Pumpkin Vine Creek and battles about Dallas <http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga011.htm>, New Hope Church <http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga010.htm> and Allatoona Hills May 25-June 5. Operations about Marietta and against Kenesaw Mountain June 10-July 5. Lost Mountain June 15-17. Muddy Creek June 17. Noyes' Creek June 19. Kolb's Farm <http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga014.htm> June 22. Assault on Kenesaw <http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga015.htm> June 27. On line of the Nickajack Creek July 2-5. On line of the Chattahoochie July 5-17. Siege of Atlanta July 22-August 25. Utoy Creek <http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga019.htm> August 5-7. Flank movement on Jonesboro August 25-30. Lovejoy Station September 2-6. Operations in North Georgia and North Alabama against Hood September 29-November 3. Nashville, Tenn., Campaign November-December. Columbia, Duck River, November 24-27. Battle of Franklin <http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/tn036.htm> November 30. Battle of Nashville <http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/tn038.htm> December 15-16. Pursuit of Hood to the Tennessee River December 17-20. At Clifton, Tenn., till January 26, 1865. Moved to Washington, D.C., January 26-February 2, thence to Fort Fisher, N. C., February 11-15. Occupation of Wilmington, N. C., February 22. Campaign of the Carolinas March 1-April 26. Advance on Goldsboro, N.C., March 6-21. Occupation of Goldsboro March 21. Advance on Raleigh April 10-14. Occupation of Raleigh April 14. Bennett's House April 26. Surrender of Johnson and his army. Duty at Saulsbury, N. C., till June 21. Mustered out June 21, 1865.Regiment lost during service 3 Officers and 27 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 122 Enlisted men by disease. Total 152.
NOTE: Long list, July 1998. Rhonda Glofcheski, email@example.com. "After the American Revolution, Jacob LONG (b. PA) tried to get land in Upper Canada but because there were two other Jacob Longs in the area, the government was confused and in the end Jacob's son William Long had to get the land. In the application Jacob Long has several testimonials about his family and life during the American revolution. Here is one from William Hutchinson who was the Captain of the First Battalion of the New Jersey Volunteers. 14th day of June 1812. To whom it may concern: I do hereby certify that I was personally acquainted with the bearer of this Jacob Long before the American war and knew him and his fathers family to be loyal subjects. Also that he and his brother Elias with diverse others of their friends and relations being.....enlisted by Mr. James Moody and myself and being warned of the time and place met us on the 8th day of September in the year 1777 intending to march with us to the British army but being attacked by a party of Rebels on the way we were despersed and separated. I saw no more of Jacob in several months but was informed that he and several others were confined by the rebels in Morristown gaol and condemned to be hanged for high treason. Their lives were spared on condition they would enlist in the Rebellious Army which they accepted and took the first opportunity to leave them and returned to his majestys first Battalion New Jersey volunteers where I have seen him doing duty as a soldier times beyond recollection. Given under my hand, William Hutchinson, Late Captain of the 1 Battalion of NJV.(Anyone have a Jacob and Elias who disappeared after the revolution? If so they came to Canada with wives and children. Elias was married to Catherine Morden (daughter of Ralph Morden and Ann Durham). Ralph was executed in Easton PA for treason.)"
The following may not have anything to do with this Long. htt://www.tbaytel.net/bmartin/blacklst.htm "Black List. A list of those Tories who took part with Great Britain in the Revolutionary War and were attainted of High Treason. Commonly called the Black List, to which is prefixed the legal opinions of Attorneys-General McKean Dallas, etc of Philadelphia, printed for the proprietor. 1802. Copyright secured according to Law. Contributed by Mrs. J. Rose Holden, of Hamilton. "LONG, ABRAHAM"
Mary Lee Gentry, Eulaula,OK. "Winfield, Kansas Dec. 6, 1897. Died... Jacob Long, age 89, the father of Mrs. F.W. Schwantes, living north of Winfield, died Saturday night of old age and rheumatic afflictions. The funeral occurred Monday at 11 o'cock interment taking place at Fairview cemetery." Photo of stone. Jacob Long died Dec 4, 1897 88 ys 11 Mo 14 Days.
Ibid. Copy of Admin of the United States. Certificate of Disability for Discharge. Jacob Long Pvt. .....incapable of performing the duties of a soldier because of disease of the neck of the bladder with incontinence of.....He has also ....rheumatism which disables him so as to make it impossible for him to march and do the duties of a soldier. ...23rd day of January 1863.
Mary Lee Gentry. In an chancery index - Jacob Long VS Sarah Long divorce Box 82 No. 485. The clerks could not locate this case. On page 249 chancery book 2 Jacob Long VS Sarah Long divorce case continued. No further reference to the case in book 2 or 3.
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Jeannie Finch, email@example.com July 2001. "Jacob and Sarah Long moved to DeWitt County, Illinois, between 1836 and 1839. They owned a 20 acre farm in Section 6, Township 19N, Range 2E, which they sold March 15, 1866. A history of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in DeWitt County, IL, show that Jacob and Sarah were members of the church. The DeWitt County Militia Roll - 1861-62 had voluntary and reserves. Jacob Long and his oldest son Lewis were in the reserves in Clintonia Township. Each township was ordered to furnish a list of all free , white able-bodied male citizens between the ages of eighteen and forty-five who were subject to military duty. Jacob enlisted August 1, 1862, in Clinton, Illinois. He was in the union army, Co. D. 107 Ill. Inf. Per his military record, Jacob was forty five years old, five feet, ten inches, light complexion, blue eyes and gray hair. His occupation was a farmer and he was born in Upper Canada. He was discharged January 23, 1863, with a disability of a disease of the bladder and rheumatism, in Woodsonville, Kentucky. He returned to DeWitt County, Illinois. Records found in DeWitt County Circuit Court dated November 1, 1866, stated he had domestic misfortunes and for a considerable period of time was in a state of intoxication and under the influence of spirituous liquor. Sometime during this period Jacob and Sarah separated and Jacob went to live with his daughter and son-in-law, Marcellus and Lucinda (Lucy) Sessions. Per the clairm, Marcellus talked Jacob into buying a tract of land and this was the dispute. Jacob and Sarah filed for divorce in November 1867 but the date when it was granted was not found. Jacob and Delilah Godberry were married October 9, 1869 in DeWitt County. No further records found on Sarah but she may have moved to Macon County with her children. Jacob and Sarah's daughter Caroline Schwantes and family moved to Cowley County, Kansas, in 1869, but I don't know when Jacob moved there. He was living with the Schwantes family in 1890 when he filed for a civil war pension. August and Kate Kadau signed an affidavit stating he was very hard of hearing, almost blind and confined to bed most of the time with rheumatism. Jacob died December 4, 1897, in Winfield, Kansas, and is buried in Mt. Vernon Cemetery."
Ibid. Per an article written by Ralph Aubrey Long, Jacob and Sarah had another son named Lemuel who died young.
Per an article written by Ralph Aubrey Long, Jacob and Sarah had another son named Lemuel who died young. This same article states Sarah Defabaugh, who was of Pennsylvania Dutch extraction was from Eastern Pennsylvania. All information from Jeannie (Laura Jean Long) Finch, July 2001.
Article submitted by Mary Lee Gentry: Jacob Long was born in Canada, Dec. 20, 1808. I am not sure when he moved to Miami Co., Ohio, where he married Sarah Defabaugh. Sarah was born in Pennsylvania in 1812, and died near Madison, Greenwood Co., Kansas, in 1895. They moved to DeWitt county, Illinois, between 1836 and 1839. they owned a 20 acre farm in Section 6, Township 19N, Range 2E, which they sold March 15, 1866. A history of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in DeWitt County, Illinois, show that Jacob and Sarah were members of the church. The DeWitt County Militia roll-1861/62 had voluntary reserves. Jacob Long and his oldest son Lewis were in the reserves in Clintonia Township. Each township was ordered to furnish a list of all free, white able- bodied male citizens between the ages of eighteen and forty-five who were subject to military duty. Jacob enlisted August 1, 1862, in Clinton, Illinois. He was in the union army, Co. D 107 ILL. Inf. Per his military record, Jacob was fourty five years old, 5' 10", light complexion, blue eyes and gray hair. His occupation was a farmer, and he was born in upper Canada. He was discharged January 23, 1863, with a disability of a disease of the bladder and rheumatism, in Woodsonville, Kentucky. He returned to DeWitt County, Illinois. records found in DeWitt Co. Circuit Court dated November 1, 1866, stated he had domestic misfortunes and for a considerable period of time was in a state of intoxication and under the influence of spirituous liquor. Sometime during this period Jacob and Sarah seperated and Jacob went to live with his daughter and son-in-law, Marcellus and Lucinda (Lucy) Sessions. Per the claim, Marcellus talked Jacob into buying a tract of land, and this was the dispute. Jacob and Sarah filed for divorce in November 1867, but the date when it was granted was not found. Jacob and Delilah Godberry were married October 9, 1869, DeWitt Co. No further records found on Sarah, but she may have moved to Macon County with her children. Jacob and Sarah's daughter Caroline Schwantes and family moved to Cowley County, Kansas, in 1869, but I don't know when Jacob moved there. He was living with the Schwantes family in 1890 when he filed for a civil war pension. (see copy) August and Kate Kadau signed an affidavit stating he was very hard of hearing, almost blind, and confined to bed most of the time with rhuematism. Jacob died December 4, 1897, in Winfield, Kansas, and is buried in Mt. Vernon Cemetary. Sarah, Lewis, Malichi, Minor, and John Long moved to Greenwood County, Kansas, in 1870. Karl and Ellen Long Schwantes settled in Coffey County, near Burlington, Kansas. I believe Minor died because his wife remarried in 1872 in Greenwood Co., Kansas. I do not know when Martha Long Coffman died but her oldest child, Elizabeth (age14) was living with Karl and Ellen, and her son George (age 10) was living with Lewis in the 1870 census. Lewis moved to Linn County, Missouri, around 1880, and Malichi moved to Sullivan Co., Missouri, about the same time. John stayed on a farm in Greenwood Co. about five miles southeast of Madison until 1895 or 1896. John and family were living in Cowley Co., Kansas, in the 1900 census, near the Schwantes family. John and Sarah had twelve (12) children. Centennial History of Decatur and Macon County p. 429 excerpts from Friend's Creek | The Pettyjohns, the Wilsons, Nathaniel Brown, John and Joseph Long, Jacob Snyder, John Lowrie, David Chapman, Israel Fout, George Carver, the Jimison brothers, Andrew Corn, the Beebees and the Robinsons were among the arrivals in the '30's. Later came Alexander Greenfield, George S. Young, James Querrey, Joseph G. Kile, Hugh O'Neil, John A. Scott, David Troxell, the Brennans and numerous others. | John and Joseph Long, who were cousins, invested all their money in land. The continued to add to their holdings until they had as much as 2,000 acres each.
Ancestry.com History of De Witt County, Illinois With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches, 1882 Chapter XIII History of De Witt County, Illinois page128. Long, Jacob disch'd Jan 23, (18) 63 disability. Muster Roll Co. D. Privates.
Mary Lee Gentry, firstname.lastname@example.org Macon Co, IL. "Jacob Long sold a farm to his son-in-law Karl/Carl Schwantes and Karl later sold it to his brother Fredrick Schwantes. In the land records it states there was a civil suit between J.Peter Long and Jacob Long concerning this farm. I believe the date was 1867."
Obituary. Died. Jacob Long, aged 89, the father of Mrs. F. W. Swantes living north of Winfield, died Saturday night of old age and rheumatic afflictions. The funeral occurred Monday at 11 o'clock, interment taking place at Fairfiew cemetery. Dec. 6. 1897.
www.findagrave.com d Dec 4, 1897, aged 88 yrs 11 months 14 days, Civil War: Company D, 107th Regiment Illinois Infantry. picture of stone.
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