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Nimrod LONG
Rosanna C. FOSTER
Husband:  Nimrod LONG
Birth:  1775 to 1790, Culpeper Co., VA
Death:  16 Jan 1815, Logan Co., KY
Father:  Maj. Gabriel LONG, Sr.
Mother:  (Nancy) Ann SLAUGHTER
Marriage:  17 Jan 1808, Nelson Co., KY
Wife:  Rosanna C. "Rosa" FOSTER
Father:  Anthony FOSTER III
Mother:  Virginia Rose "Rosa" COLEMAN
Children born in KY:
1.  Ann B. LONG, b. 1808-15; m. Davis HAMMOND
2.  Frances S. LONG, b. 1808-15; m. Solomon NEVILLE
3.  Adeline R. LONG, b. 1808-15; m. John CALDWELL
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Kentucky, Virginia

Sources:

1.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1993.  Kentucky Marriages:  Early to 1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-229):
Long, Nemrod Foster, Rosanna C. 17 Jan 1808 Nelson Co.

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


Comment: 

The Nimrod LONG who is the brother of Maj. Gabriel LONG, Sr., (i.e., uncle to the above Nimrod) is also said to have d. 16 Jan 1816 and to have married Rosa FOSTER.  Obviously, one of the entries is in error.  Given that Nimrod married Rosa in 1808, I'm inclined to believe that it is this Nimrod who married Rosa, not the older uncle, who would have been 40-60 years old in 1808. 

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