Long Family Collection, 1782-1855, MS. 1643

Long Family Collection, 1782-1855


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Long Family Collection, 1782-1855
Maryland Historical Society

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Long Family Collection, 1782-1855

MS. 1643

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

 


Scope and Content

Accession #57071

MS 1643

 

1. Deed dated January 9, 1782, Henry Dennis to David Long, for a part of a tract six hundred forty acres of land in Worcester County, Md., Piney Point which begins at marked pine on East side of Pocomoke at its edge at landing called deep landing, about one mile from Steven's Ferry. Begin at the first bounder of tract, North 76° East 34 perches (561 feet) North 58° East 60 perches (990 ft.) North 51° E, 52 perches (858 ft.) N. 40° 30[prime], E. 59 perches (973.5 ft.) S. 14° E. 14 perches (231 ft.) S. 56° E. 18 perches (297 ft.) S. 79° E. 14 perches (231 ft.) S. 35° E. 318 perches (5247 ft.) S. 56° W. 66 perches (1089 ft.) S. 22° 30[prime] E. 82 perches (1353 ft.) S. 56° W. 194 perches (3231) N. 26° W. 112 perches (1848 ft.) N. 66° E. 12 perches (198 ft.) S. 86° E. 150 perches (2475 ft.) N. 38 perches (627 ft.) N. 86° W. 32 perches (528 ft.) N. 60° W. 48 perches (798 ft.) N. 41° 30 W. 56 perches (924 ft.) S.W. 95 perches (1572 ft.) N. 26° W. 97 perches (1605.5 ft.) N. 88° E. 43 perches (709.5 ft.) N. 22° 30[prime] W. 97 perches (1605.5 ft.) then to beginning containing 500 acres more or less. Recorded Lib K f 401.

 

 

 

1a. Certified copies of courcesof next above deed certified to by John [UNK] Handy, Clk.

 

 

 

2. Certified copy of deed dated March 19, 1784 from David Long to Jesse Long (both of Worcester County, Md.) for 180 acres of land part of Piney Point, Worcester County, Md. out of tract of 500 acres acquired by David Long from Henry Dennis which was devised to him by his father Littleton Dennis, the original patentee from Lord Propriotary as a part of the original grant of 645 acres, on the Eastermost side of Pocomoke River, about one mile from Steven's Ferry. Beginning at first Bounder of tract Hap. Hazzard belonging to Benjamin Henderson then with a line N. 86° W. 32 poles (528 ft.) N. 60° W. 48 poles (792 ft.) N. 41° 30[prime] W. 56 poles (924 ft.) N. 51° 30[prime] E. 160 poles (2640 ft.) S. 35° E. 101 poles (1666.5 ft.) S. 56° W. 66 poles (1089 ft.) S. 22° 30[prime] E. 83 poles (1369.5 ft.) S. 56° W. 194 poles (3201 ft.) N. 26° W. 113 poles (1864.5 ft.) N. 66° E. 13 poles (214.5 ft.) S. 86° E. 150 poles (2475 ft.) then to beginning. (See below)

 

 

 

3. Deed dated June 18, 1807, David Long to Jesse Long, son of David Long for twenty-four acres of land in Piney Point, Worcester County, Md. Begin at first bounder of Piney Point at edge of Pocomoke River, N. 65° E. with river 34 poles (561 ft.) to marked Bauld Cypress at edge of river, S. 40° E. 110 poles (1815 ft.) to Marked Black Gum in glade, S. 34° W. with middle of glade 30 poles (495 ft.) then with right line to beginning. Recorded Lib. Z. f 40. Witnesses Edward Stevenson and James Tilghman.

 

 

 

4. Deed of gift dated June, 1809, David Long to beloved children David Long, Levi Long, Samuel Long and Elijah B. Long:

 

 

 

To my son David Long, one negro (boy) child named Handy

 

To my son Levi Long, one negro woman named Leah

 

To my son Samuel Long one negro woman named Vilet and the first child she may have from this date

 

To my won Samuel Long one bed and furniture formerly the property of wife Sally Long, also one hair trunk

 

To my son Elijah B. Long one negro man named Jenkins, one leather covered trunk.

 

Recorded Lib. A.A. f 222 and 233.

 

 

 

5. Deed dated February 14th, 1810, David Long Sr. to David Long son of said David Long, Sr., both of Worcester County, Md. natural love and affection for three acres of land in Worcester County, Md. Beginning at a stone bounder it being the westernmost corner of a piece of land that Jesse Henderson purchased from David Long, Sr. as will shew per deed from thence South 41° E. by and with said Henderson's line 40 poles (660 ft.) to a post standing at the S.E. corner of said Henderson's line, South 1° W. 12 poles (198 ft.) N. 45° W. 40 poles (660 ft.) to side of County Road, thence a rite line to beginning. Witnessed by James Tilghman and Wm. Schoolfield. Recorded Lib A.A. f 486 and 487.

 

 

 

5a. Bond dated June 21, 1809 by David Long Sr. to David Long, Jr. to convey property above in this item described.

 

 

 

6. Deed dated May 12, 1810, Joseph Young, Constable of Pitts Creek Hundred Worcester County, Md. under an execution to David Long, Jr. under judgments against David Long, Sr. in favor of John Taylor, 11 pounds 1 shilling and 10 pence and 8 shillings 9 pence costs and in favor Stephen Redden 4 pounds 11 shillings and 10 pence for land known as Piney Point in Worcester County. Beginning at stone bounder standing by the side of the county road S.W. along road 54 poles (891 ft.) to a bridge, S. 60° E. with line of marked trees 116 poles (1914 ft.) to a marked post N. 56° E. 32 poles (528 ft.) to Edward Stevenson'sline N. 36° W. with Stevenson's line 88 poles (1452 ft.) to Jesse Henderson's line S. 46° W. 25 poles (412-1/2 ft.) thence with rite line to beginning. Witnessed by Edward Stevenson and James Tilghman. Recorded Lib. A.B. f. 31, 32 and 33.

 

 

 

7. Deed dated December 18, 1810, Joseph Young, Constable of Worcester County, in the Pitts Creek Hundred, to Henry Long of Worcester County, Md. under execution to satisfy judgments against David Long as follows:

 

 

 

Levi Henderson for $9.90 against James Merrill, 11/11/1810

 

Michael Murray for $7.70 against James Merrill, 11/13/1810

 

George Houston for $14.32 against David Long, 4/2/1810

 

Ann Furniss for $8.22 against David Long, 4/2/1810

 

Total of judgments and costs $45.73 and $5.50 for surveying for land of David Long in Worcester County, [UNK] Beginning at bridge on County Road a little below Newtown, down and with road to stone by side of road S. 73° E. by a line of marked trees 48 poles (792 ft.) to Jesse Long's line N. 50° E. with Jesse Long's line to Edward Stevenson's line N. 28° W. with Stevenson's line to David Long Junior's line S. 50° W. with David Long Junior's line 31 poles (511-1/2 ft.) thence with right line to beginning. Witnesses J. Hubbell and Jas. Tilghman. Recorded Lib A.B. f 256, 257 and 258.

 

 

 

8. Deed dated March [UNK], 1811, David Long, Senr. to Samuel Long and Elijah B. Long for all my land in Worcester County in Pitts Creek Hundred on Pocomoke River, or all that part of my land that lays between said river and County Road leading from New Town to Sedar Hall landing that has not been deeded heretofore, to be divided equally between my two sons, except a piece at the S.E. corner I gave Sally Doeg a conveyance bond (The above taken from Extract certified by Gordon M. Handy, Ck.) Probably deed recorded Worcester County Lib. A.B. f 33.

 

 

 

9. Deed dated April 27, 1811, Joseph Young, Constable of Pitts Creek Hundred in Worcester County, Md.. to Michael Murray. Fieri Facias issued by James Tilghman, Justice of Peace for Worcester County, levied on chattels and lands of Thomas Whatton to satisfy judgment as follows:

 

 

 

Somerset Handy, $15.00 debt and $.70-1/2 costs - 3/23/1811

 

Joshua Sturgia, $9.97 debt and $.25 costs - 4/8/1811

 

William Catlin, $6.87-1/2 debt and $.70-1/2 costs - 4/9/1811

 

Bennett H. Clarvoe, $45.17-1/2 debt and $.25 costs - 4/4/1811

 

Bennett H. Clarvoe (for use Ralph Himmon) $5.55 debt $.37-1/2 costs - 3/29/1811

 

Bailey Young, $1.75 debt and $.25 costs - 3/29/1811

 

Ralph Himmon, $1.53-1/2 debt and $70-1/2 costs - 3/29/1811

 

Joseph Stevenson, $15.73-1/2 debt and $.70-1/2 costs - 4/4/1811

 

Levin Pollitt (for use of John Hargis), $21.44 debt and $.25 costs - 4/15/1811

 

John F. Atkinson, $13.27 debt and $.25 costs - 3/26/1811

 

Michael Murray, $16.37-1/2 debt and $.25 costs - 4/11/1811

 

John Stevenson, $10.25 debt and $.25 costs - 3/23/1811

 

and sold a lot of Thomas Wheelton, being part of Cowley in the village of Newtown beginning on public road leading from Steven's Ferry to Cedar Hall Landing at Southeast corner of lot of Littleton Furniss South 50° East with road to another lot by Littleton Furniss of Joseph Richards then to beginning 1/8 of an acre. Recorded Lib A.B. f 413, 414 and 415.

 

 

 

10. Copy of deed dated July 20, 1811, Jesse Sturgis, Sheriff of Worcester County, Md. to David Long, sale under execution to satisfy judgments, obtained before James Tilghman, Justice of Peace, Worcester County, Md., against David Long, Senr. as follows:

 

 

 

Joseph Young for Nine Dollars Twenty-five cents and Eighty-two cents costs, dated March 28, 1811

 

Joshua Sturgis, Eight Dollars eighty-four cents and Eighty-one cents, dated April 8, 1811

 

for land known as Piney Point in Worcester County, described as follows:

Beginning at a marked Bal Cypress standing in the edge of the Pocomoke River and at the mouth of Ditch and running from said cypress up with river 26 poles (429 ft.) to a marked pine, thence S.E. parallel with home line of original tract to intersection with Henry Long's line down and with H.L. line to intersection to Jesse Long, Junior's line, down with Jesse's line to beginning, containing 11 acres. Witnessed by Wm. Schoolfield and James Tilghman. Recorded Worcester County Lib A.B. f 485 and 486.

 

 

 

11. Deed dated October 23, 1819, Sarah Long to David Long, Junr. (both of Worcester County, Md.) for land in Piney Point Worcester County, Md. which was deeded by David Long, Senr. to David Long, Junr., containing about three acres and also forty-five acres bought by David Long, Junr. at sheriff's sale. Witnessed by J. L. Patterson and Wm. Schoolfield, Justices of the Peace of Worcester County, Maryland. Recorded Lib A.H. [UNK] 75 and 76.

 

 

 

12. Deed dated March 10, 1821, Fleet Chelton to David Long, Junr. (both of Worcester County, Md.) for tract of land in Somerset County, Md. lying on Pocomoke River, known as Puncheon Landing, adjoining lands of Littleton Dennis and on Northeast side of River formerly property of Moses Wingate whose heirs conveyed to Fleet Chelton. Also acknowledged by Frances Chelton, wife of Fleet Chelton, before John B.H.W. Clarvoe and Levin Merrill, Justices of Peace for Worcester County, Md. Recorded in Lib. I.D. f 33, 34, 35, 36 and 37 (Somerset County).

 

 

 

13. Deed dated January 3, 1823 from David Long, Senr. Samuel Long and Elijah Long to David Long, Junr. (all of Worcester County, Md.) for tract of land in Worcester County, Md. part of Piney Point described as, Beginning at a marked pine standing near the edge of the river on the line between David Long and Jesse Tapman, thence S. 12° E. 20-1/4 poles (334-1/8 ft.) with Tapman's line to two small marked pines, thence N. 67° E. 32 poles (528 ft.) with Stephen Kitchen's line, thence N. 19° W. 23-3/4 poles (391-7/8 ft.) to the old ship yard and to the River, thence with a right line with River to beginning, containing 4 acres two Rood and twenty-two poles. Acknowledged before Levin Merrill and John Aydelott, Justices of the Peace, Worcester County, Md. by Grantors and Sally Long, wife of David Long, Senr. Recorded Lib A.O. f 292, 293 and 294.

 

 

 

14. Deed dated August 28, 1823, from Levin Long to negro, George Stevenson, (both of Worcester County, Md.) for part of Piney Point, consisting of one acre described as, Beginning at a marked White Gumb standing near the River at a Branch, thence running North 70-1/2° W. 12.67 poles (209.055 ft.) to county road, thence with County Road 12.66 poles (208.99 ft.), thence S. 73° E. 12.66 poles (208.99 ft.) thence with a right line to the beginning. Acknowledged before Saml E. Carey and Levin Merrill, two Justices of the Peace, by Levin Long and Maria Long, his wife. Recorded Worcester County, Lib. A.P. f 206, 207 and 208.

 

 

 

15. Deed dated February 28, 1824 from David Long, Senr. to David Long, Junr. (both of Worcester County, Md.) for 14 acres more or less of Piney Point, Worcester County, Md., formerly property of Jesse Long, Decd., son of David Long, Senr. Acknowledged before Saml. T. Carey and Levin Merrill, two Justices of the Peace for Worcester County, Md. by David Long, Senr. Recorded Worcester County, Lib. A.P. f 678 and 679.

 

 

 

16. Deed dated October 9, 1824, Jesse Henderson to David Long (both of Worcester County, Md.) for 5 acres 19 poles part of Piney Point, Worcester County, Md., described as beginning at a stone bounder on Eastermost side of the County Road leading from New Town to Cedar Hall at corner of David Long's land S. 41° E. 40 poles (660 ft.) N. 52° E. 13 poles (214.5 ft.) N. 34° W. 60 poles (990 ft.) then with a right line to beginning. Acknowledged before John P. Shaackay and Saml. T. Carey, two Justices of the Peace for Worcester County, Md. by Jesse Henderson and Polly Henderson (Polly Long Henderson). Recorded Worcester County, Lib. A.I. f 206, 207 and 208.

 

 

 

17. Deed dated June 2, 1825 from James W. Stevenson to David Long, Junr. (both of Worcester County, Md.) for 20 acres part of Piney Point, Worcester County, Md. Begin at marked Red Oak standing at corner of Edwd. Stevensons heirs, it being corner bounder of Jesse Henderson's line, S. 36° E. with Stevenson's heirs and James Milbourn's line, [UNK] poles (1831.5 ft.) to a large Pine, a corner tree between James Milbourn and Levin Long's heirs, S. 49-1/2° W. 29 poles (478.5 ft.) with Long's heirs line to a marked Oak N. 36° W. 110-1/2 poles (1822.25 ft.) with David Long's line till it intersects Jesse Henderson's line, H. 46-1/2° with Henderson's line to beginning. Acknowledged before Jno. B.H.W. Clarvoe and Samuel T. Carey by James W. Stevenson and Elizabeth, his wife. Recorded Worcester County, Md. in Lib. A.R. f 25, 26 and 27.

 

 

 

18. Deed dated Feb. 9, 1826 from Zadock W. Hall to Stephen Long (both of Worcester County, Md.) for 11 acres 2 Roods and 18 poles adjacent to New Town, beginning at the S.E. of a lot belonging to heirs of Joseph Young with County Road leading from New Town to Virginia S. 47° E. 40 poles (660 ft.) N. 46° E. 46-3/4 poles (771-3/8 ft.) to line of Townsends heirs then with line N. 45-1/2° W. 40 poles (660 ft.) then S. 46° W. 46-3/4 poles (771-3/8 ft.) to beginning. Acknowledged before Jno. B.H.W. Clarvoe and Saml. T. Carey, two Justices of the Peace of State of Maryland, Worcester County. Recorded Lib. A.R. f 298, 299 and 300.

 

 

 

19. Deed dated May 10, 1826, John B.H.W. Clarvoe to David Long and Henry Long for Lott in Worcester County, Md. containing 3 acres more or less, bounded by County Road (Newtown to New Church), street called New Street, County Road (Newtown to Snow Hill) and Second Street, recorded in Lib. A.R. f 536, 537, 538 and 539.

 

 

 

20. Deed dated January 17, 1827 from George Stevenson, free man of coulour, and David Long (both of Worcester County, Md.) for part of Piney Point consisting of one acre, lying about one mile from New Town on Eastermost side of County Road leading from New Town to Cedar Hall, acquired by Stevenson from Levin Long (No. 14 above). Acknowledged before Avra Melvin and Saml. T. Carey, two Justices of the Peace of Maryland, Worcester County, Recorded Worcester County, Md. Lib. A.S. f 284, 285 and 286.

 

 

 

21. Deed dated Sept. 13, 1827 from Jesse Long to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland) for the houses and Lott in New Town where Jesse Long lives, formerly the property of Bennett H. Clarvoe's heirs and sold to Jesse Long by Robert Cluff and Jane Clarvoe, adjoining the main road leading from New Town to Virginia on one side two cross streets and a lot of ground belonging to heirs of John Hall, dec'd. Acknowledged before Jno. B.H.W. Clarvoe and Saml. T. Carey, two Justices of the Peace of Maryland for Worcester County, by Jesse Long. Recorded Worcester County, Lib A.T. f 304, 305 and 306.

 

 

 

21a. Copy of above deed.

 

 

 

22. Deed dated September 27, 1827, Samuel Fields to David Long for house and lott in Newtown, Worcester County, Md. bought by Fields from Jno. Stevenson (now dec'd.) bounded South by County Road (New Town to Cedar Hall) and the Methodist Meeting House Lott, West by Lott on Stephen Hard, on North and East by Lott of Wm. Wheeler, recorded in Lib A.T. f 300, 301 and 302.

 

 

 

23. Deed dated November 13, 1827 from Zadock W. Hall to Stephen Long (both of Worcester County, Md.) for Lot adjacent to New Town pt of Cowley bounding on Lots of Eli Mathews, Stephen Long, the Lot of the heirs of Joseph Young, a certain lane between Littleton Cottingham and the Lot, being a lot on co sold by Hall to Alse Mills and supposed to contain 2 acres. Acknowledged before Jno. B.H.W. Clarvoe and Saml. T. Carey, Justices of the Peace, by Z. W. Hall and Rosina Hall, his wife. Recorded Worcester County, Md. Lib. A.T. f 230, 231, 232 and 233.

 

 

 

24. Deed dated December 29, 1828 from John Burnett and Gatty Henderson to David Long (all of Worcester County) for part of a lot called Cowley, described as beginning at the County Road leading from New Town to Snow Hill S. 58° E. 5-1/4 poles (86-5/8 ft.) S. 40° W. 6-1/2 poles (119-1/4 ft.) N. 48° W. 5-1/8 poles (84-9/16 ft.) then in a straight line N. 43° E. 5-1/2 poles (90-3/4 ft.) to beginning, containing 1/8 of an acre. Acknowledged before Jno. B.H.W. Clarvoe and Avra Melvin, two Justices of the Peace for Worcester County, Md. by John Burnett and Elizabeth Burnett, his wife, and Gatty Henderson. Recorded Lib. A.V. f 106, 107, 108, 109 and 110. (Gatty apparently an unmarried woman).

 

 

 

25. Deed dated March 28, 1829 from Michael Murray to David Long (both of Worcester County, Md.) for Lot in New Town, Worcester County, Md. described as Beginning on edge of Public Road leading from New Town to Cedar Hall at the S.E. corner of a lot belonging to Littleton Furniss then with road S. 50° E. to another lot by Richard Furniss by Joseph Richard then its boundry to beginning containing 1/8 acre. Acknowledged Jno. B.H.W. Clarvoe and Avra Melvin, Justices of the Peace, by Michael Murray and Ann Murray his wife. Recorded Worcester County Lib. A.V. f 116, 117, 118, 119 and 120.

 

 

 

26. Deed dated May 4, 1831 Stephen Long to David Long (both of Worcester County, Md.) for part of Cowley in Worcester County, Md. lying on N. side of County road leading from New Town to sea side, beginning at a stone bounder on the S. corner of Nancy Young or Edw. S. Young Lot, then with County Road to its intersection of African Meeting House Lot Harold Scott bought of Zadock W. Hall, part of Cowley then with Scott's line N.E. to Rev. Avra Melvin's land then N.W. to Littleton Cottingham lot, S.W. the width of Cottingham Lot then N.W. to Ely Matthews Lot S.W. to Nancy Young Lot, then back to 1st named lot, containing 13 acres shown by two deeds from Zadock W. Hall to Stephen Long. Acknowledged before Avra Melvin and Jos. Stevenson, Justices of the Peace for Worcester County, Md. Recorded Worcester County Lib. A.X. f 242, 243 and 244.

 

 

 

27. Deed dated Jan. 19, 1839, Jesse Long and Mary Ann, his wife, to Henry Long (both of Worcester County, Md.) for Lot on the East side of the County Road leading from New Town to Cedar Hall, one mile from New Town and part of Piney Point, bounded North by Henry Long East by William Quinn, South by said Quinn and Powell, containing six and one-fourth acres, more or less, formerly belonged to Josiah Long sold by Doct. John Stevenson, Trustee to Levin Long, purchased by Jesse Long from heirs of Levin. Recorded Lib. G.M.N. No. 2, fol, 160, 161, 162.

 

 

 

28. Lease dated October 7th, 1841, Catherine Redden to Jesse L. Long for part of lot in New Town adjoining Jesse Long's lot to front on Main Street 32 feet and run back 20 ft. for a term of 6 years from January 1, 1842. Witnessed by James Stevenson and James Murray. Assigned by endorsement on back by Jesse L. Long to William I. Long, Jan. 5th, 1844.

 

 

 

29. Copy of Deed dated July 9, 1845 from Harriet Clarvoe, William J.S. Clarke and Amanda C. Clarke, his wife, to William J. Long (all of Worcester County, Md.) for Pt. of Piney Point, Worcester County, Md., a little below New Town on S.E. side of County Road leading to Cedar Hall, beginning at the corner of Lot No. 3 (being part of Piney Point) sold off by Jesse Henderson at a stone in the edge of County Road S. 2° E. with road 7 poles (115-1/2 ft.) S. 63° E. 17-3/4 poles (292-7/8 ft.) to another stone W. 15° E. 12-1/2 poles (206-1/4 ft.) to S.E. corner of Lot No.3 then in straight line to beginning, containing 1 acre. Acknowledged before Francis Muzick and Wm. J. Aydelott, Justices of Peace for Worcester County, Md. Recording not shown.

 

 

 

30. Deed dated October 24, 1845 from Henry Long to William J. Long (both of Worcester County, Md.) for 20 acres part of Piney Point, Worcester County, Md. about 1/2 mile or more below New Town on the East side of County Road, leading from New Town to Cedar Hall, beginning at bridge in County Road on S.W. side of a hill and which is on divisional line between Henry Long and William J. Long S. 27° W. 29 poles (478-1/2 ft.) to a stone bounder on W. side of County Road, S. 60° E. until it intersects lands formerly of Levin Long, now of William Quinn, N.E. with Quinn lands until it intersects William J. Long land, which formerly belonged to David Long, Junr., the father of said William J. Long, North 58-1/2° W. with a ditch to beginning. Acknowledged before Francis Muzick and James Murray, Justices of Peace for Worcester County, Md. by Henry Long. Recorded Worcester County, Md. Lib. G.M.H. No. 8 f. 577 and 578 (Feb. 3, 1846).

 

 

 

30a. Copy of above deed without certification of recording by Gordon M. Handy, Clk.

 

 

 

31. Deed dated November 29, 1854 from John S. Stevenson and Elizabeth E. Stevenson, his wife, Edward W. Stevenson and Sarah M. Stevenson, his wife, James D. Sturgis and Sarah A. Sturgis, his wife, and John T.B. McMaster and Elizabeth G. McMaster, his wife, to William J. Long (all of Worcester County, Md.) for Lot in Vilage of New Town called Cowley within following metes and bounds. Beginning at corner of Centre or Main Street and street leading to Tanyard N. 34-3/4° E. 86 yards till it intersects tanyard lot (belonging to the heirs of Gen. Ebenezer Hearn) S. 47-1/4° E. 60 yards with Hearn lot to ditch to land formerly of Lewis A. Jones with center of ditch S. 41° W. 85 yards to Main or Centre Street, then with Main Street N. 48-3/4° W. 52 yds to beginning, containing one acre. Acknowledged before Henry Murray Justice of Peace for Worcester County, Md. by all above named grantors. Recorded Worcester County, Md. Lib. E.D.M. No. 6 f. 502, 503, 504.

 

 

 

31a. Copy of above without recording certificate.

 

 

 

32. Lease dated December 25, 1855 Harriet H. Clarvoe to William J. Long for dower interest in property in New Town, formerly sold by Dr. Clarvoe to David and Henry Long as tenants-in-common and sold by Capt. Henry Longs Executors subject to dower of Harriet H. Clarvoe for period of Harriet H. Clarvoe's natural life. Witnessed by Henry Murray (Appears to be a copy although not so indicated on document, bears notation Lece from Harriet H. Clarvoe to William J. Long for her thirds in the lots near the Church Dec. 25th, 1855).

 

 

 

2 Contd. Acknowledged before James Selby and Isaac Layfield, Justices of Peace for Worcester County, Md. by David Long and Eleanor Long, wife to said David, Recorded Worcester County, Md., Lib. K f. 591 and 592.

 

 

 

1. Bill of Sale, Henry Henderson to Joseph Henderson, dated January 6, 1826, for negro girl Elizza, aged 8 years. (Worcester County, Maryland)

 

 

 

2. Bill of Sale, James Roberts, Accomack County, Virginia, to David Long, Worcester County, Maryland, dated June 6, 1820, for negro slave Steven. (Stephen Purnell)

 

 

 

3. Bill of Sale, William Benson to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland) dated Jan. 8, 1825, for negro girl, Mary, aged about 8 years.

 

 

 

4. Bill of Sale, David Long, Sr., to David Long, Jr. (both of Worcester County, Maryland) dated January 1, 1813, for one negro child named Lotty.

 

 

 

5. Bond for Bill of Sale, David Long to Matt Clarvoe, dated January 7, 1827, for negro man named Thomas Jackson, bought by David Long at sale of Flint Chilton, upon payment of note for four hundred seven dollars.

 

 

 

6. Bill of Sale, Joseph Henderson to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated Sept. 15, 1828 for one bed and furniture, one negro girl named Lizza, three hogs, one chest, one gun and coopers tools.

 

 

 

6a. Certified copy of #6.

 

 

 

7. Bill of Sale, Elijah Benson to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated October 18, 1823 for one negro girl, aged about ten years, named Charlotte.

 

 

 

8. Bill of Sale, Stephen P. Long to David Long, Jr. (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated March 23, 1822, for one negro woman named Hannah, aged about twenty years.

 

 

 

9. Bill of Sale, Benjamin Woodard to David Long and Hezekiah Dorman (All of Worcester County, Maryland), dated May 8, 1829, for schooner Commerce fifty-three 55/95 tons, no figurehead, of Oxford.

 

 

 

10. Bill of Sale, Joshua Tull, of Somerset County, Maryland, to David Long of Worcester County, Maryland, dated October 3, 1827, for schooner, Alfred of Snow Hill, thirty-seven 6/95 tons, together with her rigging, teakle (tackle) and apparel.

 

 

 

11. Bill of Sale, David Long and Stephen Long, (Worcester County, Maryland) to James Tilghman, Josiah Tilghman, Henry Tull and John Dryden, Somerset County, Maryland, dated June 28, 1830, for schooner Rosana Jane of Snow Hill, together with her rigin, teaklen and apparel.

 

 

 

12. Bill of Sale, Samuel Fields to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated Sept. 27, 1827, for schooner Alfred of Snow Hill, thirty-seven 6/95 tons, together with her rigging, tackle and apparel.

 

 

 

13. Bill of Sale, James Hooper, City of Baltimore, Maryland, and James and Jeremiah L. Pattison, of Dorchester County, Maryland, to David and Henry Long of Worcester County, Maryland, dated November 30, 1827, for schooner Hope of Baltimore, fifty and 86/95 tons Round Tuck, no galleries and no figure heade.

 

 

 

14. Bill of Sale, George Stevenson to David Long, dated January 17, 1827 for one ox wain, one pair of oxen, one cow and yerling (sic), two feather beds with their slids and furniture, one broad axe, two spads.

 

 

 

15. Bill of Sale, Jesse Long to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated September 13, 1827 for four feather beds and furniture, four bed steads, mats and cords, one doz. Winsor chairs, half doz. Flag chairs, one walnut table, one walnut desk, one clock and case, two iron pots, one dutch owen, one tea kettle, one wash stand, five head of hogs, three pair and irons, two and a half doz. china dining plates, half doz. dishes, one mahognay flame looking glass, one trunk, together with the whole of my household and kitchen furniture.

 

 

 

15a. Extract from above describing the articles covered by Bill of Sale.

 

 

 

16. Bill of Sale, Peter Coston to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated January 5, 1827, for one mare, three oxen, one cow and calf, six hogs, four feather beds, steads, mats, cords and furniture, one wain, one half of seive and canoe and six stacks of fodder.

 

 

 

17. Bill of Sale, Isaac Ballard, to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated April 27, 1832, for household furniture in his possession consisting of beds and furniture, tables, chairs, chests, cupboard and pot mettals, crockery ware, etc.

 

 

 

18. Bill of Sale, Samuel Fields to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated September 27, 1827, for five feather beds and furniture, five bedsteads, mats and cords, one walnut table, one mahogany bureau, one small mahogany table, two dozen Windsor Chairs, six Flag d chairs, one small gun, two trunks, one chest, two pr and irons, three iron pots, one iron oven, one spider, one tea kettle, one frying pan, four hogs, one cow and two yearlings, one looking glass, thirteen liverpool dishes, two doz. plates and the rest of my crockery, one tea board and four glass pitchers, one crib, one stock of fodder, the corn standing on my lott, my crop of potatoes.

 

 

 

19. Bill of Sale, Stephan Collins to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated July 21, 1827 for two beds and furniture, one iron pot, one tea kettle, two ball kettles, two chests, four chairs, four jugs, two fat pots, two axes, one cross cut saw, one weeding hoe, 8 barrels, six tubs, two trays, one peck measure, four small jars, one pair winding blades, one wheel, one dutch oven, one spider, one half bushel measure, one pr wedges, two hoes, one hammer, two chests, one table, all the crockery ware in my house, 12 doz. spoons, three bedsteads, mats and cords, one coffee mill, all my garden and potatoe patches, all the crop of corn growing on my lotts, the haved cypress house logs laying on my lotts.

 

 

 

20. Bill of Sale, Handy Beauchamp and John Beauchamp (both of Somerset County, Maryland) to David Long (Worcester County, Maryland), dated April 18, 1822, for one yolk oxen.

 

 

 

21. Bill of Sale, Levi Long and David and Henry Long (all of Worcester County, Maryland), dated December 4, 1827, for one horse, four hogs, one bureau, half dozen Windsor chairs, one walnut table, one stand, one trunk, two feather beds and furniture.

 

 

 

22. Bill of Sale, Beverly Copes and David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated August 18, 1828, for three beds and furniture, six Flag chairs, six Windsor chairs, one walnut table, one pine table, three pine chests, one walnut stand, one pine safe and all my crockery ware, three iron pots, one dutch oven, one spider, one tea kettle, one loom, six hogs, one spinning wheel and two cows and calves.

 

 

 

23. Mortgage Bill ofSale, Jno. B.H.W. Clarvoe to David Long (both of Worcester County, Maryland), dated May 10, 1826, for six half gallon R. bottles, six ditto S.P.M.D. bottles, nine quart R. bottles, nine ditto S.P.M.D. bottles, nine salt Mo. bottles, nine ditto R ditto, twelve half pint R. bottles, twelve salt Mo. ditto, nine four ounce R. bottles, nine four ounce salt Mo. ditto, six ointment pots, one quart syringe, one quarter pound musk, one set of scales and weights, one dozen small syringes, six gum elastic bougies, one pound turkey opium, one pound gum camphor, half pound kino, half pound gum gamboge, half pound gum myrrh, one pound gum geraiacum, one pound gum aloes, three pound lima bark, two pound cautharides, two pound calomel, one pound iahap, one pound tartar, together with the rest of my medicines and shop furniture and one Parrs Medical Dictionary in two Vol., Cullens Pradice, Dorsey's Surgery, Rashs works, Denmanss works, one book case and all the books therein contained, one small house at present occupied as a drug shop, one small stove, three feather beds and furniture and three bed steads, mats and cords, one set of china containing fifty two pieces, two mahogany dining tables, one ditto bureau, one ditto side board, one pine table, one clock and case, one half dozen Windsor chairs, one half dozen flagged chairs, three looking glasses, one dozen knives and forks, one dozen common cups and saucers, half dozen dining plates, half doz. breakfast ditto, half dozen goblets, half dozen wine glasses, one dozen tumbler glasses, one large waiter, four small ditto, two brass candle sticks, three pitchers, together with all my glass and crockery in the house, three trunks, two chests with all the rest of my household furniture, one pair of and irons, one pair fire tongs and shovel, one oven, two pots, one kettle, one spider, one grid iron, one griddle, one pair wafle irons, one frying pan, together with all the rest of my kitchen furniture, two barrels pork, thirty pound hog lard, two hundred pounds bacon, one hundred pound dried beef, together with all the rest of my provisions now in the smoke house, one colt, four shoats, the crops growing on my lot. Sale to become void if consideration ($400.00) was repaid with interest on or before May 12, 1830.

 

 

 

24. Bond to abide by award in arbitration by Jacob Boston and William Wheeler Arbitrators. John Henderson to David Long and Henry Long, date January 19th, 1828.

 

 

 

24a Award in arbitration by Jacob Boston and William Wheeler Arbitrators between John Henderson and David Long and Henry Long, dated January 19th, 1828, that John Henderson give up all claims he has against Doctor John H.B.W. Clarvoe for and David Long and Henry Long give John Henderson a deed for one-half of lots in dispute and include old house, line of division to be drawn as Longs think proper.

 

 

 

25. Notice dated Sept. 27, 1825 by David Long to Major Pilchard or Stephen Pilchard to vacate property near Mr. Powell's Mills or arrange to rent on or before Jan. 1, 1826.

 

 

 

26. Notice dated Sept. 15, 1828, David Long to Mr. Isaac Layfield to vacate Mills Lotts on or before Jan. 1, 1829.

 

 

 

27. Certificate of Levin Conner that he relinquishes his right to rent on land he sold to David Long, dated May 2, 1827.

 

 

 

28. Certificate dated May 2, 1827 of John Williams that he claims no privileges on acct of levy made on tract of land on Carey's Creek which Levin Conner bought of Ricksom Payn.

 

 

 

29. Notice dated Newtown, Sept. 28, 1824, David Long to Stephen Pilchard to vacate house and lot near Powells Mill on or before January 1, 1825, or arrange for rent.

 

 

 

30. Certificate of D. L. renting house and lot to Major Pilchard was formerly rented to Stephen Pilchard (see 29) near Powell Mills for the year 1825 (undated).

 

 

 

31. Power of Attorney Michael Murray to David Long, dated December, 1827, to collect 1828 rents (witnessed by Jno. B.H.W. Clarvoe).

 

 

 

32. Letter dated April 17, 1830, Hester Redden to David Long, consenting that Joseph, a negro man sold by Hester Redden to David Long for a term of years, could go to Philadelphia or New York. Witness James Willis.