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Longcor/Longcore Sussex County NJ 1749

Longcor/Longcore Sussex County NJ 1749

Posted: 1132272425000
Classification: Query
Greetings!
My Longcore line has remained in Sussex Co. NJ since Johnnes Willhelm Langhaar arrived through Philadelphia in 1749 on the ship Phoenix, relocated to Long Valley, NJ and then to the frontier of Wantage.

I am pursuing the possibility of starting a DNA project for this family. If you have interest, please contact me.

Thank you
Robert Longcore

Re: Longcor/Longcore Sussex County NJ 1749

Deborah Lewis Prodell (View posts)
Posted: 1138060524000
Classification: Query
Surnames: longcor dutko lewis
i am very interested in the longcors my grandmother was an longcor and i have a copy of the family tree my great aunt doth gave me please contact me / my mom was eleanor dutko her mom eleanor married a dutko john , the married a myslinski

Re: Longcor/Longcore Sussex County NJ 1749

Posted: 1138480405000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1156991153000
I am responding for Bob Longcore who does not have ready access to the Internet.

Are your Longcore ancestors from Sussex Co., New Jersey?

Re: Longcor/Longcore Sussex County NJ 1749

Posted: 1139374110000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1139544323000
hi my name is christine longcor. im so glad i found you . iv been lots of places iv hurd your name come up wonder so many times who you are. my gramfather lived in beemerville nj. i grow up with him i was the only girl in his family grand daughter that is. he told me many storys. one thing i no for sure is we have indain in us big time he told me my great gramfather was a shawman that must be why i play the drum and do so much art from the old ways. my gramfather said its a very special gift i was born with. but i feel so alone cause i dont understand it all. please i sure could use some help with all this.thay say im like a record keeper what ever that all means. my grampa use to say dont tell no one. but to late for that. i have powerfull dreams and so much more. please if you would call thank you 973 293 3353 christine longcor

Re: Longcor/Longcore Sussex County NJ 1749

Posted: 1229104690000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Longcor, Dickey, Newhouse, Whitney
Hello,

My Longcor relatives come from Sussex County, New Jersey. My 4x g-grandfather Peter Longcor married Abagail Haines on 16 Geb 1797 in Sussex County, New Jersey.

They had 13 children: Leonard, Margaret (my 3x great-grandmother); Nancy, Issac, Priscilla, Mercy, Silas, Salem, Peter Haines Longcor, John, Anthony, Washington, and George.

My 3x-great-grandmother married John Dickey on 3 Nov 1819 in Rome, Athens, Ohio and they had 5 children: Thurssia (Clarissa); Mary Saline (Salina) Newhouse Harris; Margaret, Lucrette (Lucretia); and Solomon S. (this is where my line continues.

The family stayed in Ohio I know from at least 1819 till 1840. By 1840, the family was living in Clinton Township, Elkhart County, Indiana, Margaret's husband John died 19 Apr 183 in Clinton Township and was buried there in Jackson Cemetery. By 1854 Margaret and her children move to Jasper County, Iowa where her son Solomon is now head of the household. Clarissa has passed and is buried in teh cemetery Mary Saline is married to Jonathan Newhouse, Martha is still single, and Lucretia has married a man named Thomas Whitney.

Re: Longcor/Longcore Sussex County NJ 1749

Posted: 1264975402000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Longcor, Longcore
Christine
I would sure like to tak to you about your line of Longcors and wonder if you have any, Peter, Peter Sylvester or Anthony Longcor.Longcore's in your tree. You can contact me at sandy@usafast.biz
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