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John Slaughter LONG
Nancy GILKEY
WARNING:  I have no proof that the John Slaughter LONG who was son of Gabriel and Lucinda is the same John LONG who married Nancy GILKEY (see Comment below).  Consider this family group sheet a "working hypothesis."
Husband:  John Slaughter LONG
Birth:  18 Oct 1806, KY
Death:  1855
Father:  Gabriel LONG, Jr.
Mother:  Lucinda SLAUGHTER
Marriage:  6 May 1828, Christian Co., KY
Wife:  Nancy GILKEY
Birth:  1810/11, KY
Children presumably born in Christian Co., KY:
  1.  H. LONG (male), b. 1828/9
  2.  James R. LONG, b. 1830/1
  3.  Isaac [A. or N.] LONG, b. 1832/3
  4.  Mary J. LONG, b. 1833/4
  5.  Martha A. LONG, b. 1835/6
  6.  Aquilla LONG, b. 1837/8
  7.  Cordelia B. LONG, b. 1840/1
  8.  Melerian? LONG (female), b. 1841/2
  9.  Nancy E. LONG, b. 1843/4
10.  Charles Y. LONG, b. 1845/6
11.  Dobson?? M. LONG, b. 1847/8
12.  Susan A. LONG, b. 1849/50
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Sources:

1. Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1993.  Kentucky Marriages:  Early to 1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-229):
Long, John Gilkey, Nancy 6 May 1828 Christian Co.

2.  1830 KY Census Index (online at GenealogyLibrary.com):
Lung, John Christian Co. Hopkinsville p. 6
Same page as Lucinda (SLAUGHTER) LONG

3.  1850 KY Census (online at GenealogyLibrary.com):  Dist. No. 1, Christian Co., KY, p. 482, 752/809, enumerated 27 Sep 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen this record was very difficult to read).
John Long 43 M Farmer $2000 Ky
Nancy Long 39 F     Ky
H___? Long 21 M Farmer   Ky
Jas. R. Long 19 M Farmer   Ky
Isaac [A. or N.] Long 17 M Farmer   Ky
Mary J. Long 16 F     Ky
Martha A. Long 14 F     Ky
Aquilla Long 12 M     Ky
Cordelia B. Long  9 F     Ky
Melerian? Long  8 F     Ky
Nancy E. Long  6 F     Ky
Chas Y. Long  4 M     Ky
Dobson? M. Long  2 M     Ky
Susan A. Long ?/12 F     Ky
Based on an age of 43 in 1850, the John in the 1850 census was born in either 1806 or 1807 depending on whether or not he had had his birthday yet that year.  As the census enumeration was in September and John Slaughter Long was born in October of 1806, he would have been 43 at the time of the census and 44 in another month, so the John in the census could well be John Slaughter Long.

4.  Messages in the Long Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

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