was also known as Gisbert Longstreet. He was also known as Gisbert Langestrat. He was also known as Gilbert Longstreet. Gysbert Longstreet was born on 27 November 1707. He was the son of Stoffle Dircksen Longstreet
and Moyka Lane
. Gysbert Longstreet was baptized on 26 November 1710 at Old Brick Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He married Rachel Garretse Schenck
, daughter of Garret Roelfse Schenck
and Neeltje Coertse Van Voorhees
, on 3 December 1729. Gysbert Longstreet resided at at Manasquan, Monmouth County, New Jersey, in 1755. He left a will on 20 April 1755 at Shrewsbury, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Wife, Rachel. Children--Garret, Gisbert (both under age), Moyca, Nelley, Jane and Rachel. Real and personal estate. Executors--James Irons, Sr, Garret Scanck and John Longstreet, Sr. Witnesses--Koert Schenck, Garret Schanck and Nelley Schanck.
He wrote a codicil on 31 August 1757; provided that a part of the bequest, given to dec'd daughter Jane, alias Onicha, be give to grandson Guisberd Lake, mentions children of dec'd daughter Moica and a daughter Elizabeth. Witnesses--Moses Richards, Thomas Ellison and John L. He died in 1758. His estate was proved on 8 November 1758. The Inventory of Gysbert Longstreet was taken £1265.15.10, incl. bills, bonds, book debts and cash,£L704.18.4; 320 bush. of Indian corn. £L32; 3 Dutch books, 10s; others 12s; half a book called "the Confesions," £1; two looking glasses, 6s; 2 negroes,£100; made by Thomas Ellison, Ebenezer Cook and David Johnston, with James Irons, Jr, as clerk." On 13 November 1758.