Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet

NameElizabeth LONGLEY 49
Death DateDec 1676
Death PlaceLynn, Massachusetts
FatherWilliam LONGLEY (1614-1680)
MotherJoanna GOFFE (~1619-1698)
Spouses
Death Date13 Sep 1692
Death PlaceGroton, Massachusetts
FatherRichard BLOOD (~1617-1683)
MotherIsabel WILKINSON? (1621-)
Misc. Notes
According to Shattuck’s Memorials241, “(3.) JAMES BLOOD, s. of Richard, above mentioned, settled upon the paternal estate, where he was killed by Indians, Sept. 13, 1692, as already [p. 370] stated, (p. 79.) He m. 1, Sept. 7, 1669, Elizabeth Longley, (p. 80,) who d. about 1677, having had 3 children. He m. 2, in Watertown, Dec. 20, 1686, Abigail Kemp of Groton. His estate, valued at £148. 3s. 8d., was divided in 1694 between the widow, his 2 daughters Mary and Elizabeth, by his first wife, and Jonathan Kemp, uncle and guardian to his 3 children by his second wife. (Prob. Rec., Vol. VIII., pp. 70, 243, 244.) His children were: --

“1. Richard, b. May 29, 1670, d. July 8, 1670; 2. Mary, b. Sept. 1, 1672, m. John Shattuck, (p. 80;) 3. Elizabeth, b. April 27, 1675, m. Samuel Shattuck, (p. 83;) 4. Hannah, d. Jan. 6, 1676; 5. James, b. Aug. 12, 1687; 6. John, b. March 16, 1689, both described below, family (4) and (5);) 7. Martha, b. Oct. 20, 1692, after her father’s death.”

Note that James and Elizabeth (Longley) Blood’s daughters, Mary and Elizabeth, married two Shattuck brothers, Samuel and John.
Marr Date7 Sep 1669
Marr PlaceGroton, Massachusetts
ChildrenRichard (Died as Infant) (1670-1670)
 Mary (1672-1756)
 Elizabeth (Twin) (1675-1759)
 Hannah (Twin) (1675-1676)
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