was also known as Awery Longstreet. He was also known as Aurie Longstreet. He was also known as Aury Longstreet. Aaron Longstreet was born in 1710. He was baptized on 6 November 1710 at Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was baptized on 26 November 1710 at Old Brick Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Stoffle Dircksen Longstreet
and Moyka Lane
. Aaron Longstreet married Catherine Osborn
, daughter of Samuel Osborn
and Catherine Poullion
, circa 1733. Aaron Longstreet and Lydia Hull
obtained a marriage license on 6 May 1754 at Middlesex County, New Jersey. Aaron Longstreet left a will on 20 August 1791 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey.
In the name of God Amen, I Awrey Longstreet of the County of Middlesex Corporation of New Brunswick and Eastern Division of the State of New Jersey, Yeoman, being in perfect Health of Body and sound and disposing mind and memory many thanks be given to Almighty God for that and all other his manifold mercies to me and as it is appointed to all men to die I do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner following that is to say my principally and first of all, I give and commend my Soul into the hands of almighty God who gave it and my Body to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the general resurrection to receive the same again by the mighty power of God, and as touching my Temporal Estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life I give and bequeath the same after the following manner and form, viz....
Awrey gave his "beloved wife Lydia...one feather bed and furniture for same and likewise my riding-chair and harness...and my negro Caesar"; Awrey made bequests to the "two sons of my eldest daughter Moica, John Reid and Aaron Reid"; he gave his clock to his son Christopher; to his son Aaron he gave his smith tools and "all that part of my land situate and lying on the east side of the brook on which Thomas Van Dyke formerly built a saw-mill"; he gave his daughter Ann, wife of William Surtis, 120 pounds of "prock" money; to "the children of my son Derick Longstreet deceased, 100 poounds; to three
children of "my deceased son James in the followin manner, viz. to his two sons cornelius and Aaron 100 pounds and to his daughter Helena 50 pounds"; to his daughter Lydia, wife of Mather Van Dyke 100 pounds and also "twelve acres of woodland lying on Rocky Hill in the County of Middlesex on the easterly side of the Great Road"....
He appointed as executors" Samual Longstreet, Christopher Longstreet and Aaron Longstreet, all of them my sons".
He died circa 1793. His estate was proved on 11 June 1793.