Shelby, I have most all the people you mention in my data.Please visit my website at http://OurTexasFamily.comhttp://OurTexasFamily.com, scroll down to SURNAMES and click, then choose Longley, then go thru the numerous pages on the family, especially the one one NJ-MD-VA Longleys.
Yes, William C. Longley's father was Joseph Longley who went from Hunterdon Co., NJ to Loudoun Co., VA between Oct 1763 and Apr 1764.In NJ he was "Jr" and in VA "Sr" so I call him "Jr/Sr."We don't know Joseph's wife's name but they also had a son Joseph (Jr., or III, who had a son IV who settled in Rockingham Co., VA aft the grandfather d. in Loudoun Co. aft 1810 census.In NJ he was "Jr" and in VA "Sr."
Joseph "Jr/Sr"'s father was Joseph Longley Sr. who md. John Campbell's daughter Mary and lived in Hunterdon Co., NJ by 1731. John Campbell was a Scottish Covenanter banished in July 1685, imprisoned aboard ship, and sailed from Leith docks, Edinburgh, on the Henry & Francis of Newcastle Sep 1685 after a terrible voyage to Monmouth Co., NJ, arriving Dec 1685.
Joseph Longley Sr. first appeared in East NJ records in Gloucester Co. and Salem Co.The only apparent candidate for his parents were Thomas Langley & wife Mary Chew of Gloucester Co.Mary Chew's parents were Richard & wife Frances Woodward, desc. of a MA Pilgrim Nathaniel Woodward, 3 generations by that name.Richard Chew was son of John Chew Jr., son of John Chew Sr. a Jamestown, VA colonist and Burgess.
Thomas Langley appears to be the son of John Langley of Gloucester Co., NJ who bought land in 1689 sold by his widow Susannah in 1699.John's place of origin has not been determined, and the NJ records are sparse.
You'll also find considerable data on Mary Ann Bodine's family on my website and in my data.
I can find no primary source for William Longley having or ever using a middle name or initial but suppose it's handed down family tradition?I belong to DAR on William's lineage, to US Daughters of 1812 on his son Joseph's lineage, and to Daughters of American Colonists on John Campbell and his daughter Mary Campbell.