Biography of Aaron T. Long
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AARON T. LONG, butcher, Cambridgeboro, was born in Cambridge Township, this county, July 13, 1834; son of Jacob and Ann (Wolf) Long, who came from Lebanon County, Penn., and settled in this township about 1828. Jacob Long had eight children, three of whom are living, viz.: Harriet, wife of Frank Maxwell; Margaret M., wife of John Terrill; and Aaron T. Our subject was married November 26, 1863, to Lucretia, widow of Henry C. Long, by whom she had three children, two now living: Edward D., now in Wisconsin, and George C., of East Saginaw, Mich. (George C. was married September 24, 1884, at East Saginaw, Mich., by Rev. W. Spencer, to Miss Leona Zeron, of Port Dover, Ontario. She is a daughter of Zera and Phebe (Carter) Rockwell, who settled in Cambridge Township in 1817.) By this union there are two children: Clara E. and Flora A. Mr. Long had always followed agricultural pursuits until 1877, when he sold his farm and located in Cambridgeboro, and has since been engaged in butchering. He has been Supervisor of his township, Judge and Inspector of Election. In politics he is a Democrat. Mr. Long, wife and eldest daughter are members of the Presbyterian Church.

From:
History of Crewford County, Pennsylvania
Illustrated
Warner, Beers & Co.,
Chicago; 1895

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