Iset Adamson HIGERTY
- Born: 23 Jul 1815, Littleham, Devonshire, England
- Marriage: George Frederick LONG on 13 Jul 1835 in St. David & St Michael's, Exeter, Devonshire, England
- Died: Dec 1910, Honiton On Otter, Devonshire, England at age 95
Iset Adamson LONG (nee HIGERTY) was living in Alverstoke, Hampshire in 1841 (census); a Grocer in Bond Street, Exmouth in 1851 (census); a School Mistress in Queen Street, Littleham, Exmouth in 1861 (census); a Boot binder in Queen Street, Littleham, Exmouth in 1871 (census); a Dress Maker in Queen Street, Littleham, Exmouth in 1881/1891 (census) and living with son-in-law Thomas NORRIS at Station House, Broad Clyst, Devon in 1901 (census).
Piece: RG12/1675 Place: St Thomas -Devon Enumeration District: 5
Civil Parish: Littleham Ecclesiastical Parish: Littleham
Folio: 69 Page: 16 Schedule: 137
Address: Queen Street
Surname First name(s) Rel Status Sex Age Occupation Where Born Remarks
LONGIset Head W F 76 Living On Her Own Means Devon - Exeter
Noted events in her life were:
• Occupations. 1. Bookbinder
Iset married George Frederick LONG, son of Unknown and Mary LONG, on 13 Jul 1835 in St. David & St Michael's, Exeter, Devonshire, England. (George Frederick LONG was born on 15 Aug 1813 in Littleham, Devonshire, England and died on 3 Aug 1849 in Newport, , Monmouthshire, Wales.) The cause of his death was Cholera.