An American Family History

Joseph Long

Bedford County, Pennsylvania was created on March 9, 1771 from part of Cumberland County.

Joseph Long married Elizabeth.

Joseph Long (married Elizabeth)
Abraham Long

First wife Mary
Anny Long
Barbara Long
Eve Long
Mary Long

In 1781 a tax assesment was made in Barree Township which was then in Bedford County. Joseph Long appeared on that list.

On November 2, 1784, the Long family had their land surveyed in Bedford County.

Joseph Long applied for a warrant for 250 acres and for 150 acres. The application is too faded to read.

In 1788, Joseph Long had 148 acres in Barree Township.

In 1798, Joseph Long had 48 acres next to Charles Green.

Will Joseph Long 1803-Huntingdon County.


executors Jacob Lutz and Adam Sharrah

partnership with Adam Fockler- Morrison's grove

Barree Township, Pennsylvania was formed in 1767 and was originally part of of Cumberland County, then it became part of Bedford County until 1787 when it became part of Huntingdon County.

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania was established on September 20, 1787 as a large region of Central Pennsylvania. It was previously part of Bedford County and the earlier Cumberland Region.


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