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From: "Jimmy Kerr" <>
Subject: Re: Longley
Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 22:42:44 -0600
This Caldwell County material is provided by Happy Greer,
who transcribed and abstracted it from microfilmed
copies of the original Court Order Book.
Extracts Caldwell Co,KY,Court Order Bk.A, 1819:
Caldwell County, Kentucky, Court Order Book A, 1819:
JAN. 25, 1819, Monday
Robt. LONGLEY apptd. Svyr road from FREEMANs Mill to Centre-
ville beginning at said mill to Jesse COBBs & he & Jno LAMB,
Jesse F. LAMB, Jonathan LONGLEY, Jno. BERNARD, Isaac REID,
David SCOTT, Saml. BRADSHAW, David F. BIGHAM & Jas. YOUNG
[p. 59] open & keep in repair 15' wide.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Linda Longley" <>
To: "Jimmy Kerr" <>
Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2000 11:39 PM
Subject: Re: Longley
> Jimmy, this is the family I think my Robert Longley is from but cannot
> Yes all of these Longley connect. Bill Longley (William Preston Longley)
> was the son of Campbell Longley. Campbell was the son of Joseph Longley.
> Joseph was the son of William Longley b NH moved to VA. Okay, I'd have to
> check it to be sure this is the line where they connect but Robert Longley
> wife Anna Whitcomb and William were brothers. Jonathan and Joseph were
> cousins I believe, Campbell and my Robert (wife Hester) would be 2nd
> cousins. That's how I think it is. They all came from Mass. and were
> children and grandchildren of John Longley the only survivor of the indian
> massicare of the Longleys in Grouton Mass.
> All of these Longleys are from Mass originally and the grandchildren of
> the Indian survivor who went in different directions (ME, Nova Scotia, NH,
> VA) then most of them went to TN then Missouri and on to Texas. They all
> hung around together.
> Is this confusing enough? I'm sure all of these Longleys are the ones
> landed in Lynn, Mass in 1630s. It's a matter of finding or tracing your
> through which grandson of John the captive.
> Also these are the ones from Rev John Longley of Lincolnshire England
> on the Marsh) and descended from the 6th son of King Edward the II.
> Are you throughly confused now? HA. Linda
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jimmy Kerr <>
> To: Linda Longley <>
> Cc: <>
> Date: Sunday, March 19, 2000 9:34 PM
> Subject: Longley
> >Jonathan LONGLEY, b. 24 Nov. 1774, Bolton, Worcester
> >Co., Mass., m. Susan BARKER. He is the son of
> >Robert LONGLEY and Anna WHITCOMB of Bolton, Mass.
> >Does this family connect to the Outlaw Bill Longley in Texas ?
> >Anyone know this family?
> >Jimmy Kerr
> >8227 N. Lamar Blvd.
> >Austin, Texas 78753
> >I think my ancestors must have been in the witness protection program!!
> >Ector County, Texas