1. PATRICK1 LONG was born 1748 in County Donegal, Ireland, and died August 14, 1809 in Woodhouse Township, Norfolk County. He married ELIZABETH STEWART in Ireland. She was born Abt. 1751 in Ireland, and died April 1810 in Woodhouse Township, Norfolk County.
Notes for PATRICK LONG:
Patrick Long (1748-1809) was born in Ireland. He married Elizabeth Stewart (1751-1810). Patrick Long came from Ireland to Fort Pitt in 1791, then to Upper Canada about 1795. He came in with other Irish settlers: Matthew Gilmore, George and John Nicholson, John, Patrick and Alexander McKee. On Alexander Aitken's 1795 survey lot 19, Concession 1, Walpole is to go to Patrick Long. By 1807 Patrick Long had purchased lot 19 in concession 2, Walpole and lots 17, 18 & 19 in concession 3 Walpole. This and the Woodhouse land totalled 1288 acres more or less.
I see that Ms. Bingleman has BUCKLEY in the lineage she posts as well as other surnames of your common interest.Gilmore is mentioned in the first paragraph only and not as part of the lineage.She may able to work with you in your common interests.
My post of 2008 came from a google search and was on my MAC and I cannot find the source if I even had more than I posted at that time.My interest was only in sharing general and generic information that mentioned McKee in any manner.Especially Alexander McKee of Lancaster Co PA.
Check out this McKee Board we are on now at message 4089 by Frank McKee and 4276 by myself as regards surname SAMPLE and those links also with McKee surname.
Happens my husband who is the real McKee I post about here is matched with 3 Gilmore lines on SMGF yDNA search results.(He also has matches with more other surnames than you might imagine.)
One Gilmore being:
Gilmour of Ireland, John Gilmour, B:Dromore, Tyrone, IRELAND.(SMGF26/29off on 447, 456, 460)
Second, Wm. Lewis Gilmore, born 15 Mar 1857 of Hurricane, MO.Son of Isaiah Waldren Gilmore, B:1826, Married May Gilliland.(SMGF 27/30 off on 460, 461, YGATAA10)
Third, Clyde Gilmore, born Morning Sun Ohio 1881 and died Chicago IL 1950 who was s/o Samuel born Ohio 1837;who was s/o Robert Gilmore born 1793 Rockbridge and died 1873 Preble Co OHIO and wife Martha Paxton born Rockbridge 1802; who was s/o James Gilmore ca 1765 Rockbridge Co VA and Sarah Davidson 1769 Rockbridge. (30/33 and off on 447, 460, 461)
The 447 is my husband's mutation on his line with a known McKee cousin proven from about 1840 to common ancestor Ambrose McKee proven of Mecklenburg Co NC ca 1767.His small in numbers NC-PENN McKee FTDNA Group also shares 12 at 460 with the above markers.From recall I am not sure of the other but I believe 461 and YGATAA10 were SMGF markers and my husband was the only one in his McKee Group who had tested SMGF at that time.I am not sure what that all means.But, at least some of it probably means they were related before surnames were being used.Maybe Ireland, maybe Scotland, maybe a number of other places as well.
The FTDNA NC-PENN McKee Group has connections with your time frame of interest for Canada, Kevin McKee's folks came to Canada in the early 1800s.You might check his web site for your surnames of interest also.I believe you can google his name and find that.If not, post back and I'll find it for you.We are also finding close DNA with surnames McGee and Kee these days and with the refining of testing will most likely find more near surnames and perhaps the origins of the people with these yDNA haplogroups.It is an exciting time to be searching for your ancient ancestors.
Probably more info that you wanted but you never know what may come in handy in your searching.Linda McKee