GEORGE W. LONG
George W. Long was born May 1850 in New York. His parents were both born in Pennsylvania.
In 1896, George owned and operated 80 acres of land which was located in Section 10 on the east side of Fenmore Road between Swan Creek and Roosevelt Roads. George's neighbors were: John Downing, Charles Wittenbert, E. Gazette, George Rigg, Louis Baker, Edmund Lux, R. Case, C.V. Johnson, John Byrne and George Trudgeon.
In 1900, George is still living in Lakefield Township and is single.
By 1910, George W. Long is living in Ward 1, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan and is 60 years old. He is living with Frank and Edith Pellow.
In 1916, George's property is owned by John Shannon.
SOURCES: 1900 and 1910 U.S. Census; 1916 Lakefield Township Plat Map
Pioneers of Lakefield Township - Left to Right: Jacob Brown, Lawrence Dubay, Alva Hinterman, David Dubay, Mr. Harris, George Easlick, Calvin Harris; Ray Rowell standing towards the top of photo and his daughters, Mildred, Dorothy, and Carrie Rowell, sitting on the wood pile. Carry Rowell later married Fred Honaman. photo from John and Linda Honaman Johnson.
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