DeLong Family History

DeLong Family History

Book - 1997
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"The enclosed preliminary 'chapters' of a DeLong family history attempt to chronicle over 300 years of family history. The pages describe the relocation of the DeLong forebearers from Holland to New Amsterdam in America; up the Hudson River to settle in Ulster and Dutchess Countes of what had then become New York State; further north to Vermont; westward to seize the opportunites in the newly developing territory of Illinois; then on westward with the expanding lines of the Santa Fe Railroad; and finally to the San Fernando Valley in Southern California. This summary is intended to serve as a preface to the details contained in the genealogical records of several family groups ..." Family group records were submitted to the Ancestral File.
Arie Fransen Langet (1640-1698) was born at Amsterdam and immigrated to New Netherlands in 1659. He was living in Ulster County, New York, by 1670. He married Rachel Jansen Pier ca. 1679. They had ten children. Their son, Frans DeLang/DeLong (1681-1755), was born at Esopus (Ulster), New York. This booklet follows line of descent to Mary Emma DeLong (1876-1951). She was born at Galesburg, Illinois, the daughter of Jeremiah Francis DeLong (1848-1930). She married Fred Burt at Raton, New Mexico, in 1894. She and her family moved to Southern California from Kinsley, Kansas, in 1926.
Publisher: Wilton, Connecticut : R. & G. Burt, 1997
Branch Call Number: GEN REF 929.273 Burt 1997
Characteristics: 15 leaves : ill. (part col.), geneal. tables, col. maps, ports
Additional Contributors: Burt, Gary - Editor

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