The 1790 census in Washington County, Pennsylvania shows John Long with 4 males under 16 and 4 females in the household. It is possible that the eldest, Sarah was not living in the house at the time.
5 of the children were identified in Leckey's Ten Mile Country as Sarah, Dorcas, John, Elizabeth, and Rachel.
Therefore, the children of John Long and Grace appear to have included the following:
|Sarah Long||1771||Aft 1850||(1) Thomas Wilkerson; (2) Jacob Garrison|
|Noah Long||28 Nov 1778||Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA||18 Oct 1855||Pemberville, Wood, Ohio||Mary Elizabeth Burge|
|James Long||1779||Greene Co., PA||Aft 1860||OH||Mary Bearmore|
|Dorcas Long||1783||Greene Twp, Washington Co, PA||8 October 1853||Wetzel Co., West Virginia, USA||Henry Kellum Goddard|
|Jeremiah Long||1786||Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA||1838||Jane Jones|
|Rachel Long||Greene Twp, Washington Co, PA||John Phillips|
|John Long||Greene Twp, Washington Co, PA||Elizabeth ?|
|Elizabeth Long||Greene Twp, Washington Co, PA||20 Apr 1843||Greene, Greene, Pennsylvania, United States||George Garrison|
Apr 15, 1817 "John and Grace Long to James Long in consideration of $200 and also James Long agreeing to keep John and Grace during their natural lives in sufficient meat drink etc. therefore convey a certain tract of land wereon said John and wife Grace now live—150 acres—next to lands of John Miller—which had been warranted to said John Long…" John Miller’s tract bordered John and Grace’s share of the Mt. Joy tract that John had divided with his brother Jeremiah.