I also have a copy of Violet's obituary (see below) and the 1870 census which both seem to confirm that she belonged to this family unit:
Source: 1870 Census of Allen County, IN (Aboite) 177/177 Kiser, Isaac G. 54MW Plasterer Pennsylvania Kiser, Phebe 55FW Keeps House Pennsylvania Kiser, John 16MW Plasterer Indiana Kiser, Elizabeth 14FW At Home Indiana Kiser, Malinda 12FW At Home Indiana Kiser, Charles 9MW At home Indiana Kiser, Catharine 7FW Indiana
Source: Ft. Wayne (IN) Journal-Gazette, 16 Dec 1916, p. 7 Mrs. Violet DeLong died Friday afternoon at the age of 70 years, 3 months and 10 days at the home of a son, Charles DeLong, on the Spring Grove farm, west of the city. The deceased was the widow of Isaac DeLong, whose death occurred nineteen years ago. Mrs. DeLong was born in Fort Wayne but lived in Aboite township practically all her life. Surviving she leaves the following nine children: Will DeLong, of Poe; Mrs. Lizzie Schieferstein, Mrs. Bertha Hennings and Mrs. Rose Johnson, of Fort Wayne; Mrs. Minnie Guisenger and Carl DeLong, of Aboite township, and Edward DeLong, of Roanoke. Two children preceded her in death. Surviving relatives include ten grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and the following four sisters and one brother: Mrs. Mary Stahl, Centralia, Ill.; Mrs. Jane Coleman, Clinton, Ill.; Mrs. Rebecca Cordler, North Manchester; Mrs. Linda Conde, Elkhart, and Charles Kiser, of Fort Wayne.