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Who's Who 4

The Long Family – C19-20th

An attempt to identify who's who among a vast quantity of C19th and C20th photographs (the majority of which have yet to be located and processed) while there are still people who remember what's what...

For further information on these individuals, see:

A Vlasto Family Genealogy

A Long Family Genealogy

A Croil Family Genealogy

A Zarifi Family Genealogy

Vlasto Family Related Publications

Who's Who Index

Some images on this page have been reduced from their original sizes and some may not always be available.

The Long Family
in the early 1900s


Left: Seated centre are the Rev'd David Long and his wife Clara Elisabeth Poole. With them are their seven sons: Frank, Bertram, David, Guy, Basil, Wilfred, Eustace and one daughter Margaret standing centre right. Other women are young wives, e.g.: Ivy Marion Gilson standing centre left next to her husband Guy Stephenson Long. The children may be Noel Long to the left on David Long's knee and the two daughters of Frank Long: Christine & ? right on their parents' knees.


Above left: The same occasion as the photograph above. Seated centre are the Rev'd David Long and his wife Clara Elisabeth Poole, with their seven sons and one daughter: Frank, Bertram, David, Guy, Basil, Wilfred, Eustace and Margaret.

Left and above right: Capt. Basil Andrew Long, (photo 1915) who died in 1917 during World War l, at Heilly in The Somme, France.

Below: The same occasion as above with the inclusion, presumably, of aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.





Above: Clara Elizabeth Long (née Poole) with a grandchild.



Above left: The Rev'd David Long's seven sons and one daughter: Frank, Bertram, David, Guy, Basil, Wilfred, Eustace and Margaret. Above right: Is this Clara Elizabeth Long (née Poole) again?



Above left: Another picture of The Rev'd David Long's seven sons and one daughter: Frank, Bertram, David, Guy, Basil, Wilfred, Eustace and Margaret. Above right: An unidentified Long woman.



Above left and right: Two unidentified Long women, one or both of whom could be members of the Everington family.



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