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The history of the Longest family

as compiled by H. Earl Longest and Gladys B. Longest
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St. Stephens Church, Virginia : H.E. Longest, c1992
vi, 435 p. : ill., facsims., coat of arms, ports., maps

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The Longest family originally of Gloucester Co., Virginia. This family began to disperse to Middlesex, King & Queen, Essex and Caroline Counties of Virginia by the late 1700's. Today this early Virginia family is principally separated to Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Oklahoma, California, Texas and Idaho branches. These branches can trace their ancestry to Richard Longest, who was one of the early settlers of Gloucester County, and one of a larger land owners in that county in 1653.

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