Long Of Bromley Hill And Hurts Hall
The following data is extracted from Long Family Records.
This family is of Wiltshire origin, where various branches of that name have been established for several centuries.
B111 JOHN LONGS, of Netheravon: d. 1630.
B112 Timothy Longe: 1610-1691.
Timothy, Rector of St. Alphage: d. unm. 1665.
B113 Samuel: b. 1638; accompanied expedition under Penn and Venables, which conquered Jamaica, 1655; received large grants of land in that island, where he became a Col. of Horse; Chief Justice; Speaker of the Assembly; one of the
Council; d. 1683.
B114 Charles, of Longville, Jamaica, and of Hurts Hall, Saxmundham, Suffolk: b. 1679; M. P. for Dunwich 1716; d. 1723.
Elizabeth: b. 1701; m. John Homerton, Esq. (Sect'. to South Carolina) ; d. s. p. 1772.
Samuel: b. 1700, Capt. in Queen Caroline's Dragoons; keeper of the King's Palace at Newmarket; d. 1757, and had, with three daus.
Catherine Maria: b. 1727; (m. Sir Henry Moore, Baronet; Governor of New York);
Susannah Charlotte: b. 1733;
Amelia Elizabeth: b. 1740, three sons.
Robert: b. 1729; Gentleman-Usher to George 11 and George III.
Jane Catherine Sarah: Issues
Mary Charlotte. Issue.
Lucy Ann: m. 1790. Issue.
(E) Charles: Lieut. 49th foot; d. s. p. 1756.
(F) Edward : b. 1734; Chief Justice of the Vice-Admiralty Court, Jamaica; d. 1813.
Edward Beeston: heir. Edward Beeston, Esq., of Hampton Lodge: d. 1825.
Edward Noel, Ensign Coldstream regt. of Foot Guards: lost on his passage to Spain, 1809.
Henry Lawes, Esq.: heir, of Hampton Lodge and East Barnet: J. P., d. 1868. Henry Charles Dudley, of Hampton Lodge: (d. s. p. 1870); Charlotte Caroline Georgiana, Catharine Beatrice, Emma Sophia, Mary Elizabeth, Florence Louisa Jane, Sophia Horatia Churchill, Isabella Henrietta Theodora.
Frederick Beckford: Inspector-Gen. of Prisons in Ireland.
Mary: m. and has issue.
Charlotte: d. s. p. 1823.
Robert Ballard: Lieut.-Col. 15th Hussars; d. umn. 1825.
Charles Beckford : d. 1836
Caroline Elizabeth, issue.
Catharine: d. 1826, Issue.
Charlotte: m. 1791, Sir George Pococke, Baronet.
Elizabeth: m. Lord Henry Molyneux Howard.
Charles Long: b. 1705; of Hurts Hall; d. 1778.
Charles, of Hurts Hall: b. 1748; m. his cousin Jane (dau. of Beeston Long, Esq.); d. 1813.
Dudley Long of Glenham Hall and Hurts Hall: M. P., assumed the name of North; b. 1749, d. s. p. 1829.
William: b. 1706, d. unm.
Jane: b. 1709.
Anne: b. 1713.
Susannah: d. unm. 1820, aged 103.
B117 Beeston, of Carshalton Park, Surrey: 1710-1785.
(1) Samuel, his heir, of Carshalton: High Sheriff for Surrey 1790; d. 1807, leaving issue, two sons and a dau.
Samuel: late of Bromley Hill, Kent; J. P. and D. L.; High Sheriff, 1863; 1799-1881.
Jane Emily: b. 1855.
Mary Euphemia: b. 1856.
Susan Martha: 1859-1884.
Rev. Charles Maitland, Archdeacon of East Riding, Co. York: 1803-1875.
Samuel, Rear-Adm., R. N.: b. 1840. Samuel Charles: Ch. (served in S. Africa, and wounded), at the relief of Ladysmith (1900; b. 1869); Wilfrid James: served in S. Africa and in Great War, b. 1871).; Bernard: (b. 1872); George Edward Long: (b. 1873); Clement Loftus: Lieut. R. N. (b. 1880); A. Richard Samuel: (b. 1908); Hubert Arthur Maitland: (1884-1896); Mary Katharine: (m. 1905; issue); Anna Margaret.
Charles Wigram: M. P. for Evesham Div. of Worcestershire, 1895-1910; b. 1842; d. 1911.
William Houstoun: 1843-1912.
Edward Maitland : b. 1848.
George Boswall: b. 1849; lost at sea, 1873.
Loftus Sidney: b. 1854.
Eleanor: d. 1880.
Mary Turner: d. 1858.
Richard: d. unm.
Sir Charles: G. C. B.; P. C.; b. 1760; created, 1826, Baron Farnborough; d. s. p. 1838, when title became extinct.
George: 1st Lieut. of the Superbe, killed at the storming of Trincomalee, 1782; unm.
William: Canon of Windsor; d. s. p. 1835.
Richard: d. unm.
Sarah: died 1817.
Jane: m. Charles Long, of Hurts Hall.
B118 Beeston, of Combe House, Surrey: a Bank Director; d. 1820, left issue:
Caroline (d. 1824);
Amelia Ann (d. s. p.);
Maria (d. 1832);
William Long of Hurts Hall; J. P. and D. L.; High Sheriff, 1843;
William Beeston- B119.
Charles Poore: Major 14th Foot; d. 1871.
William Evelyn: now of Hurts Hall-13120.
Mary Eleanora: m. John Longe.
A. H. M.: d. 1920. (4) Annette Long: d. unm., 1886.
B119 William Beeston, of Hurts Hall, Suffolk: High Sheriff, 1879; Col. 1st Suffolk Rifle Volunteers; b. 1833; d. s. p. 1892, and was s. by his nephew.
B120 William Evelyn, of Hurts Hall, Suffolk: High Sheriff, 1914; b. 1871; ch:
George: (b. 1899);
Aline Hester: (b. 1906);
Moyra Evelyn: (b. 1908);
Louise : (b.1909).
Source: Long Family Records