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Long: Origin and places
This name may be derived from the same roots as Gairden. It is probably, however, the same as Gardener, the orthography having been changed. Camden says, Wise was the man that told my Lord Bishop (Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester) that his name was not Gardener as the English pronounce it, but Gardiner, with the French accent, and therefore a gentleman. The principal family of the Gardiners in this country derive their descent from Lion Gardiner, a native of Scotland, who served under General Fairfax in the Low Countries as an engineer. He was sent to this country in 1635, by Lords Say and Sele, Brooke, and others, to build a fort, and make a settlement on their grant at the mouth of the Connecticut river. He built the fort at Saybrook, which name he gave to it after the names of his patrons Lords Say and Brooke. His eldest son, David, born at Fort Saybrook, in 1636, was the first white child born in Connecticut He afterward bought from the Indians the island in Long Island Sound, called by them Monchonack, and by the English the Isle of Wight, paying for it. as the old records say, a black dog, a gun, and some Dutch blankets. He removed there with his family, and gave it the name of Gardiner's Island. The island still remains in the possession of the family, having descended in a direct line from Lion Gardiner.
Origin of the Last Name Long
Spelling Variations : LELONG | LELON | LELLONG | LELLON | LE LON | LE LONG | LE LONGT | LELONGT | LONG | LONGT | LUNG | LESLONG | VUILLERMET DIT LONG
Long: Place of Origin :  London (United Kingdom) |  Gloucestershire (United Kingdom) |  Lancashire (United Kingdom) |  Norfolk (United Kingdom) |  Hampshire (United Kingdom) |  Wiltshire (United Kingdom)
Long: Family Trees of the Longs
LONG Bedminster (Somerset, England, United Kingdom) 1859 - 1869
LONG Tiverton (Devon, England, United Kingdom) 1828 - 1854
LONG Eastling (Kent, England, United Kingdom) 1868 - 1902
LONG Holloway (London, England, United Kingdom) 1893 - 1895
LONG Barham (Kent, England, United Kingdom) 1827 - 1867
LONG Darlaston, Walsall (Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom) 1897 - 1901
LONG Walsall (Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom) 1872 - 1904
LONG Wiltshire (Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom) 1690 - 1778
LONG Oxfordshire (Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom) 1801 - 1847
LONG Cheltenham (Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom) 1893 - 1978

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Long: Famous Genealogies
LONG Armistead Lindsay
LONG Armistead Lindsay (1825 - 1891)
Brigadier general for the Confederate States of America, and the author of the 1886 book Memoirs of Robert E. Lee
LONG Crawford
LONG Crawford born LONG Crawford Williamson (1815 - 1878)
American surgeon and pharmacist best known for his first use of inhaled diethyl ether as an anesthetic
Long: Famous People
 The last name Long is related to the following famous family trees :
        GARAIX Victor born GARAIX Victorin Mary Ernest (1890 - 1914)
        GAUDIN Jean-Claude (1939 - )
        REID Harry born REID Harry Mason (1939 - )
        HART Bobby born HARSHMAN Robert Luke (1939 - )
        HICKOK Lorena born HICKOK Lorena Alice (1893 - 1968)


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