Louise Corcoran braithwaite Long

1880-1930

 
 


  









Louise Corcoran married Edward Crawford Long, a son of Dr. Crawford Long who first used ether as an anesthetic and whose statue is in Statuary Hall at the Capitol in Washington.  Edward was a civil engineer and a building contractor in Nashville, Tennessee and Athens, Georgia.  Louise and Ed had three children: Marian, Francis (dau.), and Edward Crawford.

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