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Hello there Web Traveler!
Welcome to Longhurst.Com, the web site designed for friends and members of the Longhurst Family Organization. We hope you enjoy your stay and have fun visiting with us!

Please Sign-In so we can count you in our guest book. Check out the chat schedule and make use of our Fun-Chat room for meetings or just to get to know some regular visitors.

Each area of this site is loaded with resources to educate and entertain you. Use the tabs on the top banner, to navigate to those areas that interest you. This site will accommodate family news, stories, photographs, letters, and personal data according to the control of each individual listed.

Please feel free to browse this site and to contribute to it if you have something you would like to share. This site is a pioneering effort to encourage and inspire families to strengthen their ties in their respective family lines and to carry on family traditions and legacies to posterity. We believe the family unit is the most important organization in the world, and that the home is the most important place for proper education and development. We boldly wish to let our light shine, that others may follow.

If you have any questions about this site, or wish to submit a suggestion to us, send an e-mail to the Webmaster. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) are under the help section.

The Longhurst Family is a huge group of people extending from England to the American Continent, with branches and members all over the world. The heart warming histories and rich heritage of our family is built on a legacy of hard work and sacrifice, marked with a firm belief in political freedom and christian values.

This web site is dedicated to all those who have contributed to the Longhurst name, whether joined by marriage, legal adoption or born within. It's purpose is to provide a global distribution of news, research, and directory information, as well as provide a meeting place to associate with each other and strengthen the relationships between the many branches of our family tree.