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The Valentines in America, 1644-1874

The Valentines in America, 1644-1874

Source : Internet Archive

The Valentines in America, 1644-1874

The Valentines in America, 1644-1874

Source : Internet Archive

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Mrs. E. Weston, of Boston, John J. Valentine and William C. Valentine, Esquires, of Brooklyn, Jacob T. Bowne, Esq., of


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Boston, John Valentine and William C. Valentine, Esquires, of Brooklyn, Jacob T. Bowne, Esq., of Glen Cove, L. I.,


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XI.'. Thomas Valentine, of Hopkinton 1 16


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- Will. William Valentine and Elizabeth (Jones J Valentine, and their Descendants 174


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XVI. Descendants of Samuel Valentine - Continued 132


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PAGE Kf.sidfn Cf, of William M. Valentine, Esq., Roslyn, L. I.. g Dr. William Valentine, The Humorist 17


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Miss Elizabeth Gooch (afterwards Mrs. Thomas Valentine), Hopkinlon. Mass 121


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Elmer Valentine, the Veteran Teacher, Northboro', Mass 169


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Hon. David T. Valentine, The Historian of New York...


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Joel Valentine, Esq., Bennington. Vt 41


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Hon. Daniel M. Valentine, Judge Supreme Court, Kansas. 52


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died at Giessen in 1726. Basil Valentine, a monk of Erfurt, was an alchymist of considerable note, who flourished in


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volumes in Berlin, 1821. Rev. Thomas Valentine, of London, published three quarto Sermons in 1642-7. Henry Valentine was tlie author


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three quarto Sermons in 1642-7. Henry Valentine was tlie author of " Private Di-votions," London, 1654, printed also in Welch.


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juvenile books, as also is Laura Valentine of that ilk. Mrs. S. Valentine is given as the authoress of Beatrice,"


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authoress of Beatrice," London, 1859. John Valentine was the author of " Elements of Practical Harmony ," and J. S.Valentine


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Mrs. R. Valentine is an English authoress of many valuable juvenile books, as also is


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to the Church," and Hon. David T. Valentine, the author of History of New York," and of the famous "


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to my knowledge are Rev. M. Valentine, D.D., President of Pennsylvania College, Gett)-sburg, Pa., wiio wrote " The Relations of


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Islaiui Valentines, or descendants of Richard Valentine, who was one of the first settlers of Hempstead in 1644-the - Wti'


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Etighind Valentines, or descendants of John Valentine, who came to Boston in


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York Valentines, or descendants of Benjamin Valentine, who settled in East Chester, Westchester Co., N. Y., about 1679 or 1680.


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New York. Among these was RICHARD VALENTINE, then probably a young man of twenty-five or thirty years of age, but


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was a lineal descendant of Richard Valentine of the parish of Eccles in Lancastershire, the undoubted ancestor of the New


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Plains." Of this family of Richard Valentine and his five sons, there is not, so far as I can learn,


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In 1726, Obadiah Valentine was one of a committee to put a stop to the " wicked


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David, Robert, Philip, Thomas and William Valentine did not acknowledge allegiance to the American government till October, 1776, though after


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to Onderdonk, June 2, 1791, Obadiah Valentine of Oyster Bay offers a " ^5 Reward for the return of his


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William, Obadiah, Robert, Jacamiah and Jonas Valentine among the voters. According to Sabine's American Loyalists," some of the Valentines, like


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The Will of James M. Valentine, of New York city, 1845, speaks of his father, William, and mother, Phebe,


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Oliver, -also appoints his friend, Ephraim Valentine, Executor.


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The Will of Elbert J. Valentine, of Oyster Bay,


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Obadiah Valentine, N. Hempstead, Val. £ 6, Tax, £ 1 2r.


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John Eldret, of Hempstead, to Mary Valentine, of Hempstead Apr. 14, 1 790, Caleb Valentine, of Hempstead, to Elizabeth Cornell,


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Hempstead Apr. 14, 1 790, Caleb Valentine, of Hempstead, to Elizabeth Cornell, of Jamaica Nov. 13, 1791.


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Benj. Hatfield, of Hempstead, to Esther Valentine, of Hempstead Mar. 16, 1811.


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Benjamin Waters, of Hempstead, to Elizabeth Valentine, of Oyster Bay Mar. 9,1783.


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John Valentine, of Hempstead, to Elizabeth Nostrand, of Hempstead Aug. 22, 1784.


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Obadiah Valentine, of Hempstead, to Ruth Watts, of Flushing May 6, 1815.


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Lewis Valentine, of Oyster Bay, to Jane Rushmore, of Oyster Bay 1st mo. 7th da.


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Jacob Valentine, of Huntington, to Phebe l.oines, of Hempstead 12th mo. 21st da. 1791.


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Samuel Valentine, of N. Hempstead, to Mary Ann Clowes, of Hempstead Oct. 13, 1805.


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David Valentine, of Hempstead, to Mary Langdon, of Hempstead . . . > Feb. 10,


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Silas Valentine, of Hempstead, to Mary Abrahams, of Hempstead Nov. 16, 1 786.


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Townsend, of Glen Cove, to Ann S. Valentine, of Glen Cove Nov. 5, 1823.


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Oliver Valentine, of Hempstead, to Martha Williams, of Jamaica Nov. i, 1 798.


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Geo. Molt, of Hempstead, to Nancy Valentine, of Hempstead July 7. '832-John T. Valentine, of Westbury, to Elizabeth Mudge, of


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Leonard Valentine, of Westbury, to Caroline Hewlett, of Hempstead Sep. 25, 1835.


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Lewis Flower, of Hempstead, to Elizabeth H. Valentine, of Hempstead Dec, 23, 1835.


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Jacob C. Valentine, of East Woods (O. B.), to Sarah E. ANTiitney, of Hempstead July


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Samuel Valentine, o C Hempstead, to Maria Riker, of Jamaica Nov. 2, 1825.


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Robert Valentine, of Hempstead, to Eliza Seaman, of Hempstead May 24, 1826.


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Richard Valentine, Jr., of Hempstead, to Lavinia Hopkins, of Hempstead Aug. 18, 1840.


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Hendrickson, of Oyster Bay, to Eliza Valentine, of Flushing Oct. 19, 1841.


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Sidney Seaman, of Hempstead, to Phebe W. Valentine, of Hempstead Nov. 6,1826.


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Wobley Horton, of Jericho, to Susan Valentine, of Topping Town Mar. I, 1843.


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DR. WILLIAM VALENTINE.


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Friends' Meeting, Westbury, L. I. Obadiah Valentine, died in Westbury, 10 mo. 8 da. 1767, art. 77.


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Jane K. Valentine, dau. of Jacob and Martha Valentine, in Glen Cove 1st mo. 23rd


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Lewis Valentine. >on of Jacob and Martha Valentine, in Musijuilo Cove 121h mo. 20th da.


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Valentine. >on of Jacob and Martha Valentine, in Musijuilo Cove 121h mo. 20th da. 1529.


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David Valentine, died in Weslbiir)-, 4 mo. 18 da. 1812, .-et. 66.


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Alfred Valentine, son of Saml. and Mary ..nn, died Sept. 22, 1843, set. 19.


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Silas Valentine, son of Lewis, died 3 mo. II mo. 1831, it. 36.


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Lewis Valentine, died in Mus. Cove, II ino. 12 da. 1821, .net. I yr. 6


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Maria R. Valentine, wife of Samuel, died Mar. 3, 1828, xl. 32.


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Jane Valentine, relict of Philip, died ..ug. II, 1838, oet. 84.


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Susan Valentine, dau. of Brewster and Eliza ..nn, died June 10, 1839, xt 2.


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Mary Valentine, wife of Jeremiah, died Oct. 14, 1820, act. 56.


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Sarah Valentine, dau. of Obadiah and Phel)e, died May 17, 1838, xt. 12.


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Daniel Valentine, died in Matinecock, 7 mo. 21 da. 1814.


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Philip Valentine died Feb. 29, 1816, xt. 74.


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Charles Valentine, died in .Ve>tbury, 3 mo. 22 da. 1815.


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Elizabeth Valentine, dau. of Chas. and Mar)', died in Clen Cove, 12


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Richard Valentine died Oct. 29, 1812, aet. 77.


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Samuel Valentine, son of Samuel and Mary Ann, died Feb. 26, 1812, aet I. The


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Jeremiah Valentine, son of Thomas and Sarah, died Aug. 26, 1834, set. 2.


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William R. Valentine, son of Obadiah and Phebe, died Feb. I, 1837, JBt. 3.


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Mary Valentine, dau. of Thomas and Sarah, died Apr. 27, 1821, set. I. Mary Valentine,


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Ruth Valentine, wife of Obadiah, died Mar. 26, 1823, x.. 31.


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Martha Valentine, wife of John H., died Oct. 18, 1835, aet. 30.


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Elizabeth Valentine, dau. of John H. and Martha, died Dec. 29, 1833, aet. 3 mos.


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Sarah Valentine, wife of Jacob, died Mar. 30, 1818, act. 37.


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Obadiah Valentine died May 22, 1842, aet. 54.


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John H. Valentine died Mar. II, 1843, St. 43.


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23, Generation IV.- Charles Valentine, son of David', married Mary Post. Issue :


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speaks for itself: -Thomas and Robert Valentine were brothers, and resided upon the eld farm of their father, near West


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occupied by Hewlett, father of James W. Valentine, now of Greenpoint.


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brother of Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Valentine, and resided near the Jericho Turnpike.


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Jeremiah Valentine, my grandfather, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Hewlett as aforesaid, was born June


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and was the father of James W. Valentine, now of Greenpoint. Hewlett was at one time the owner of the


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second son of Jeremiah and Mary Valentine, married Ruth Waters, and had five children-three sons, Benjamin, James and Jeremiah, and


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second son of James and Ruth Valentine, married Louisa J. Piatt, and they had three children-Eliza Ann, Benjamin P. and


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surviving son of Thomas and Sarah Valentine, married Eliza F. Hobby, and they have two children-Edith Alice and Frank Clifford


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fifth son of Jeremiah and Mary Valentine, married Martha H. Denton. They left one surviving daughter, Mary R., who married


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was furnished me by Mrs. James Valentine, widow, who resides with her daughter, Mrs.


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was Elizabeth (the daughter of Thomas Valentine, of Woodbur)-), and she married a Benjamin Waters, of West Hills. Ruth, the


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subject of this sketch, married James Valentine, the son of Jeremiah, who was the son of Thomas.


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Charles Valentine and Mary Frost, Married at Matinecoclc Charity Carpenter, bora Sept. 1695.


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to Thomas Valentine, niece to Jeremiah Valentine, her father-in-law, and cousin to her husband.


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Charity Valentine, bom Apr. 30, 1717.


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Jacob Valentine and Mary Coles, Married Jan. I, 1740.


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Mary Valentine, bom 'Charles " " Sept. 20, 1742.


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David Valentine born al Mosquito Cove, L. I., May, 1C89.


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Benjamin E. Valentine married his third wife, Elizabeth H. Hope, of Salem, Mass., June 27,


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Margaret P. Valentine, bom Apr. 12, 1845.


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ANDREW W. VALENTINE, son of James, and grandson of Obadiah (a brother of Jeremiah and


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of Jacob, and grandson of Charles Valentine, whose names are elsewhere mentioned in this history. His mother was Elizabeth Eyre,


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Hon. James M. Valentine was born in New York March 6, 1807. He studied law with Hon.


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daugiiters -Leonora and Sarah William M. Valentine, the next younger brother ol tljc above, a likeness of whose genial,


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He was the son of Jacob Valentine, of New York, b}- his wife, Elizabeth Ann, daughter of Colonel Benjamin George


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William M. Valentine lias one son, James E., born November 7, 1837, who has two


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who married Martha, daughter of Obadiah Valentine, and who was a lineal descendant of Captain John Seaman, who settled at


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all the notable descendants of Richard Valentine, none are more worthy of a place in this record than the two


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Children of Robert .ind .Maria P. Valentine are, Louisa Eyre.


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and whose grandson, William, married Elizabeth Valentine. Moreover, Dr. Molt, senior, married a daughter of Samuel Way, who married Estiier


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Thomas Valentine was born August 1, 1794, at East Woods (now Woodbury), Queens county, L.


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and equivalent to a defeat. Mr. Valentine upon two occasions-once in each ward-allowed his name to be used as a


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While residing here Mr. Valentine was actively engaged in all local improvements that would tend to advance the


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of which his father, Mr. Jeremiah Valentine, had long been a member, and in which he had served as Vestryman


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memorial of his disinterested services. Mr. Valentine was liberal in his views, the friend of the poor and distressed, but


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Lewis Valentine (farmer), Greenvale Road, Glen Co.c, Oyster Bay Queens Co.


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Ephraim Valentine (farmer), Old Westbury "


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VALENTINE, the son of Richard Valentine, of North Hempstead, L. I., was born at that place, January 6, 1750.


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reason, spell their name V'olentine.* Joel Valentine, whose likeness accompanies this sketch, was the fifth son of Joseph, above mentioned.


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Samuel Wells Valentine, the eldest son of the above, was born in Bennington, January 19,


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Mr. Valentine served three years in the army during the rebellion, going out in the


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Richard Valentine married Phoebe Haines, and settled in or near Elizabeth, where he died in


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HON. DANIEL M. VALENTINE, Associate yttdge of !hi Supreme Court, Kansas. < Danio' .'alentine, son of the


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inference is plain that the Richard Valentine who married Pha!)e Haines (Pha-be being also a favorite Long Island name), and


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HON". DAMEL M. VALENTINE.


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The above-mentioned Daniel Valentine had eight children by his first wife, and three by his second, viz:-Pamelia,


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John Winans Valentine, son of the above, and father of Judge V^alentine, was born October


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William Valentine, brother of the aoove-named Daniel, Senior, removed from New Jersey to Champaign Co.,


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children of John and Rebecca K. Valentine were as follows :


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West Chester Count)-,' says that Benjamin Valentine, the anccbtor of * Iie Westchester county Valentines, was a dragoon i.i the


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strangers from Faderland." So that Benjamin Valentine, though he may have been in the French service, was a Hollander, and


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August, 1873) by George Bishop Valentine, from his residence on the summit of Valentine's Hill, appeared to be


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..rcher, son of Richd. and Sarah Valentine .Archer. .. .24. Janis. son of .Anthony '·


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.. .26. Jurdan, son of Anthony Valentine, died young. . .


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son of F. F. and Jane M. Valentine. .. .10. A dau. of same, m. I jne , had two


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, had no issue.... 19. Charles, son of Daniel and Rebecca Valentine, lives in


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, had no issue.... 19. Charles, son of Daniel and Rebecca Valentine, lives in


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, had no issue.... 19. Charles, son of Daniel and Rebecca Valentine, lives in


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dau. of D. T. and Martha C. Valentine. .. .17. Augusta, dau. of same, m. Joseph W. Owens, has two


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Ellen Higgins, has one child. Ellen Camell Valentine. .. .15. Martha, dau. of David T. and Martha Camell Valentine, m.


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dau. of David and Martha Camell Valentine, m. Thon"as H. Smith, had no issue. ... 16. Amanda A., dau.


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son of Edw. B. and Eliza Pinckney Valentine. ... 2.


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Memory of Mary Wife of Gilbert Valentine who died July 5. 1773.


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of Mars' Valextine, Wife of Caleb Valentine.


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(45) ."r - Martha Jane Valentine n.inghlerof Mauhia^ and Hannah Valentine Dieil June 20, 1545


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Benjamin Valentine, Sr.


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was rented by Thomas and Gilbert Valentine (grandsons of Mathias), who occupied it tlirough the war. In the summer of


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their glasses, he had seen Thomas Valentine in this conversation with the General." This old Valentine House," which sto (jd


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fen. ale of this fainilj- (Susan Valentine, afterwards Mrs. V'redenburgh, and yet living in 1547, aged 9j), are deserving of


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Valentine House. Seizing the proprietor, Thomas Valentine, they demanded his life or money, whereupon, uri his refusing, they threatened to


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present owner of the farm, Elijah Valentine. She well remembers being caressed bv Washington, and afterwards frightened by the fierce-looking


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County Valentines are descendants from Benjamin Valentine, a native of Holland, who, after serving in the Fiench army in Canada,


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hundred and thirty-eight acres) by Thomas Valentine, grandson of Benjamin, upon the confiscation of the Manorial grant to the Philipses


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Kyburgh." From the marri.ige of Mathias Valentine, the eldest son of Benjamin, wiili Anna Ryche, daughter of Balthassar Ryche, five


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Nicholas Valentine, the second son of Benjamin, settled in New Jersey, and his posterity are


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are numerous in that State. Joseph Valentine, the youngest son of Benjamin, removed to East Chester, and left one son,


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Miriam Fislier Valentine, wife of Daniel Valentine, lived to an advanced age, and died in the city of New York


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mo't esictincd and cneralile Clerk, David T. Valentine, which occurred at her residence in this cit ' on Kriilay evening


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Miriam Fislier Valentine, wife of Daniel Valentine, lived to an advanced age, and died in


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DAVID THOMAS VALENTINE, the second son of Daniel and Miriam Fisher Valentine, was born in the


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second son of Daniel and Miriam Fisher Valentine, was born in the town of East Chester in the year i


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-vtrikingly indicate the life of Mr. Valentine than the senlence he had ju-t read. David's life showed that his heart


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a death, he believed, was David T. Valentine's. His life was a public one.


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public at the removal of Mr. Valentine, the author of this work may be pardoned for giving, the following extract


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shrewd and sensible mind like Mr. Valentine's. The clergj-and profes^-ional lecturers have almost a monopoly of the rostrum. Nov, i'


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its distinguished author, the Rev. Milton Valentine, D.D., President of Pennsylvania College, at Gettysburg, Pa. If all the editor's circulars


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origin in this country from George Valentine, who came from Gomany, probably from the Rliine distinct, some time in the


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Througli the kindness of William Valentine, Esq., the only surviving brotlier of the writer's father, who has examined all


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Jiis reach, and from- Mrs. Jacob Valentine (the writer's mother), the following may be given as the principal facts known


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Whetlier or not George Valentine was accompanied by any brothers or other relatives of the name, we are


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had nine children, viz:-The oldest, John Valentine, born April 12, 17S0, left Frederick county, removed to Ohio, and settled near


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Sarah Valentine, born June 22, 1788, was married to


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Jacob Valentine, born January 7, 1793, married Rebecca Picking, and lived and died in Maryland


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Henry Valentine and Magdelene Valentine were twins, born December 14, 1798. Henry removed to Ohio


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Henry Valentine and Magdelene Valentine were twins, born December 14, 1798. Henry removed to Ohio in 1846, and


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Samuel Valentine, born March 3, 1796, lived as a farmer all his days in Frederick


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William Valentine, born August 9, 1802, remained on the old family homestead for a long


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I myself stand. My father, Jacob Valentine, ilie fifth child of Jacob and Mary (Freese) Valentine, had a family of


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'853. He left no children. Levi Valentine resides in Baltimore, and is connected with the Government Office of Steamboat Inspection.


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on the business of milhvrighting. Josiah Valentine is a farmer in Frederick county, Md. William Valentine also resides in Frederick


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farmer in Frederick county, Md. William Valentine also resides in Frederick county. Of the three daughters of my father, in


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M. Valentine." On another page will be seen a good view of the excellent institution


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notice Daniel Valentine, son of Elias S. and Mary (Church) Valentine, was born in the town of Salem, Washington count)-,


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DANIEL VALENTINE, ESQ., Merchant and Banker^ Aurora^ l Ui Hoh, [The following article should have


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To show the extent of Mr. Valentine's business, his average annual shipments to New l'ork and Boston for tlie last


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marked " L. V." was Lydia Valentine, daughter of Joseph, as mentioned on page


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copy of the Will of Richard Valentine, dated 1520. This document the author of this work has seen, but it


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his estate to his son, Thomas Valentine (whose name is found as witness to a Will in 1526), who in


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that time the owner, "to Samuel Valentine, the eldest son of John .'alentine, late of Boston, in New England, mj-


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Valentine the eldest son of John Valentine deceased late of Hoston in New England my .Second Cousin his heirs &


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The second was the Rev. Thomas Valentine, Vicar of Frankfort, Sligo county, Ireland, who died there in November, 1763, leaving


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Thomas Valentine. [i_ s.] Signed Sealed published & Declared by the above named Thomas Vi'nuinc


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only knew what his father. Gill Valentine, Esq. (yet living in Xorthboro', Mass, in his eighty-sixth year), had told him,


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and learned only that " John Valentine was made freeman in Boston, May 12, 1675." Soon after, he found an


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Lyiide, of Boston, sjValentine, Vicar of Frankfort, in Ireland, and father of the family hereinafter to be


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Feb. I. -On ye I, Mr. Valentine, ye lawyer, hanged himself a U home in his upper chamber, with his


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John Valentine, of Boston. 1 1 1


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41h Instant, the Corps of John Valentine, Esq. , His Majesty's Advocate General for the Provinces of the Massachusetts Bay,


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not the son of Rev. Thomas Valentine, Vicar of Frankfort, as General Pierce asserts, for that gentleman died childless. The


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who was a son of John Valentine, would seem to throw some light upon the matter. Though not dated, it


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afterward became the wife of Mr. Valentine. He subsequently became a Judge of the Superior Court.] Mr. .'alcntine was a


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correct, tlien tiie parentage of John Valentine is settled, for the Matriculation Papers of this Rev. Tiionias .'aientine, of Epsom,


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Francis Valentine, Merchant,


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Mary Lyndu Valentine, was born in Hostoii, August 3, 1713. As liis maternal grandfatlicr, Samuel


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and beautiful spot Thomas and Elizabeth Valentine lived in peace and happiness for seventeen years, rearing their children, and prospering


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the property of his daughter, Mary Valentine, wife of Jolin-who, at her death, in 1732, left it to her son,


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Thomas Valentine, of Hopkinton. 119


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noblest Roman of them all, John Valentine, Esq., merclj- because, in an insane moment, he committed suicide, as ihougli that


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was willed to his kinsman, Thomas Valentine, of Frankfort, Sligo county, Ireland, who was the Vicar of the English church


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generations, it comes to another, Richard Valentine, who was high sheriff of Lancaster, by whom it was willed to his


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of Boston in New England." Samuel Valentine's heirs sold the estate, about 1792, to a Mr.


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John Valentine is mentioned in the Boston Records as having been made freeman May 12,


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Thomas Valentine, the third son, removed to Hop)kinton, Mass., about 1730, where he took up


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Samuel Valentine, the eldest son, was the ancestor of the Freetown and Fall River Valentines.


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Thomas Valentine and his wife, Elizabeth, had a large family, viz :


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property, which afterwards came to Mrs. Valentine, through her fatiier. The Colonels John Jones, both father and son, were j^rominent


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In connection with the farm Mr. Valentine carried on a i)Mblic house, or inn, as it was then called, for


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incurred by the company. Whatever Mrs. Valentine disapproved, generally failed.


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it was first settled bj- Thomas Valentine. The farm was afterwards divided between Andrew Price and William Price Valentine, sons


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in the family of Captain Joseph Valentine for many years, and is now in possession of his daughter, who resides


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man who had lived with Mr. Valentine many years. He and his brotlier, Charles, took charge of the farm together


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and about the present house. Samuel Valentine, in his time, raised the roof, altered it somewhat, and put it in


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divided between Andrew Price and William Price Valentine, sons of Lawson Valentine, thej- owning what is left of it at


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former quietness and beaut}'. * Samuel Valentine's children were numerous, and all but one liv d to grow up. They


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Samuel Valentine, Jr. (' Samuel, '


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1783, married January i, 1809. Samuel Valentine, Jr., died Februarj- 19, 1823, a few days after completing his fiftieth year.


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Clarke, Esq., always attended to Mr. Valentine's law business, when he had any. One daj- he was in Mr. Clarke's


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DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL VALENTINE-CONTINUED.


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. 133


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COLONEL JOSEPH VALENTINE.


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preceding, and eldest daughter of Samuel and Eliza (Jones) Valentine, born J.-inuar.- ii, 1779, married June II, 1800, Elijah Fitch,


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. ·35


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Mary Valentine (' Samuel, 'Thomas, '


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'Thomas Valentine (Samuel, 'Thomas, 'John), brother of the preceding, born July 8, 1780, remained with his father


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16, 1515 , m. 1st, .Adeline Valentine, 2nd, Mary Bailey.


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Fanny Valentine, born Dec. 24, i So S , m. John Sa"-yer.


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preceding, and youngest daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Jones) Valentine, born March 20, 1790, married, October 22, 1517, Homer Tilton,


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. m liam and Elizabeth (Clarke) Mawney, of Providence, R. I. He had a


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John), seventh son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Jones) Valentine, was born September 22, 1792 , remained with his father


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Samuel Valentine, born May 17, 1852 , died Nov. 30, 1855.


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the excitement of the interview Mr. Valentine fell senseless upon the floor.


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. 139


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was a good man." During Mr. Valentine's illness liis wife sent to the firm for money, and received one hundred


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. 141


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Charles Valentine (' Samuel, '


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house is the portrait of Thomas Valentine's wife, Elizabeth Gooch. This likeness, which has hung in the Old X'^alentine House"


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Fanny Valentine (" Samuel, Jr., '


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Mar)' I-izzie, George Dale, Nellie Valentine, their children, all dead. S. V. Bixby was accidentally drowned at Hull, June


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. >45


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'Ann Maria Valentine (' Samuci, Jr., =


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Mary Valentine, bom Nov. 3, 1855.


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. ·47


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' Jolin), eldest son of Joseph and Fanny (Haven) Valentine, born 1502, married Miriam Rice Haven in 1526, lived in


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El122 Ann Valentine (* Joseph, ' Samuel, -


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died at St.-Louis, in 1547. Charles H. Valentine was in business in St.-Louis until after his wife's death, in 1549,


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. 149


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Charles Henry Valentine (* Joseph, '


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preceding, and eldest daughter of Mary Valentine and Elijah Fitch, born July 26, 1802 , married Edward Dodge Baker, of


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Esq., and sister of Mrs. Samuel Valentine, the grandmother of J. A. Fitch.) John A. Fitch


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. 151


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bom July 16, 1315, married Adeline Valentine, daughter of Captain Joseph Valentine, of Hopkinton, February


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Adeline Valentine, daughter of Captain Joseph Valentine, of Hopkinton, February


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Lizzie Valentine, born March 5, 1857.


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. 153


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John), eldest daughter of Thomas and Helen (Read) Valentine, born Jantiar)- 2, i S04 , married Benjamin Clark Pond,


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Lucinda Young Valentine, sister of preceding, born April 5, 1507, married Spencer Nolen, Nov. 13,


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Adeline Matilda Valentine (* Thomas, '


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Mary Valentine, Ixjm July 17, 1541 , m. Wesley U. Houghton, Oct,


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Albert Valentine, born Dec. 16, 1S3S , m. Elizal>eth .S. Morton.


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Emily Read Valentine, sister of preceding, bom January 11, 1815, married Daniel Coburn Morey in


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Dcscctidaiits of Samuel Valentine. 155


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'Thomas, 'John), eldest son of Harry and Mary (Mawney) Valentine, born in Hopkinton, October 5,


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Harry Valentine, born 1837 , died 1853.


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Albert Valentine, bom Jan. 6, 1851.


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. ·57


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. '59


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.Annie Valentine, bom ..ug. 3, 1849.


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John, youngest son of Charles and Isanna (Chamberlain) Valentine, born at Cambridgeport, October 29, 1846, married Charlofte G. Light,


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Ellen Valentine, bom at Orange, N. J., Sep L 16, 1862.


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Rebecca Jones Valentine, sister of the preceding, born in Cambridgeport, February 22, 1834, married Leland


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Charles Theodore Valentine (' Charles, '


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(· Jaines Jackson Valentine C Samuel, *


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private schools. James J. Valentine is Casliier of the j Framingham Bank, is very much liked and


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'John), the eldest daughter of Harriet J. Valentine and Abraham Harrington, born at Hopkinton, 1517, mairied, in 1838, Norman Cutter,


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Frances Caroline Valentine ('John, Moseph, 'Samuel, 'Thomas, 'John), eldest daughter of John Lowell and Miriam R.


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'Thomas, 'John), eldest daughter of John Lowell and Miriam R. (Haven) Valentine, born at Hopkinton, 1826, married, in 1554, Luther


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son of J. Lowell and Miriam R. Valentine, born at Hopkinton, 1830, married .-Xnnie D. Hagar, of Worcester, Mass., where


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'Frederic Eugene Valentine ('John, 'Joseph, '


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ELMER VALENTINE, THE VETERAN TEACHER.


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Descendants of Samuel Valentine. 169


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' John), eldest daughter of Thomas Bucklin and Harriet H. (Parker) Valentine, born in Brooklyn, N. Y., August 17, 1848,


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William Valentine, bom July 23, 1670, at Siaten Island.


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'Annie Parker Valentine ('Thomas, 'Thomas, =·


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Frances Maria Cole, daughter of Frances M. (Pond> and Otis Cole, and great-granddaughter of Thomas and Helen (Read) Valentine, born


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Archie Valentine, born April 26, 1871.


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Dt Sii-iitiants of Samuel Valentine. 173


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with his second son. Captain Joseph Valentine, he and his companion resided the remainder of their lives. Of their character


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impartial judge, but Mrs. Valentine was always spoken of by her children in terms of the greatest respect


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Disenuftints of William Valentine. 175


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eldest daughter of William and Elizabeth J. Valentine, married Joshua Mellen, Esq., of Westboro' (father of Judge Mellen, of Worcester),


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Captain Joseph Valentine, the third son of William and Elizabeth J. Valentine, was born in Hopkinton,


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third son of William and Elizabeth J. Valentine, was born in Hopkinton, December 8, 1776, and died August 2, 1861.


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The children of William and Abigail S. Valentine were as follows:-Gill, 1).


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Dcsci'itdants of William Valentine. 177


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second daughttjr of Williain and Elizabeth J. Valentine, was born at Hopkinton, July 18, 1779, married Joseph Bowman, of Westboro,'


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^Dcscaidants of William Valentine. 179


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Disccndants of William Valentine. 181


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Mr. Valentine was for sixteen consecutive years a successful teacher in one of the public


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Descendants of William Valentine. 185


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JOSHUA X., eldest son of Joshua and Elizabeth (Valentine) Mellen, was born in Westboro", Mass., July i, 1790, m. Annie


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Harriette Valentine, b. June 24, 1820, m. G. H. Greenwood, June 14


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Clarissa Valentine, b. June 24, 1518 , d. Oct. 24, l S22


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Dexter, son of William and Abigail S. Valentine, was born in Westbrook, Me., March 27, 1804. He married Nancy P.


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Otis, son of William and Abigail (Spring) Valentine, was born in Hopkinton, Mass., December 15,


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Descendants of William Valentine. 189


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Honorable Leander Valentine, son of William and A. S. Valentine, was born in Saccarappa village, town


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daughter of Captain Joseph and Patty B. Valentine, was born in Hopkinton, Januarj- 31, 1803, m. Lawson Jones, farmer, of


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Descendants of William Valentine. 191


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Nancy, daughter of Joseph and Patty Valentine, was born in Falmouth, Me., July 14, 1507 , married Stowell Richards. She


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Oct. 14, 1808. He married Elizabeth J. Valentine, eldest daughter of Colonel Samuel L. Valentine, of Bangor, January 1, 1835,


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Valentine, eldest daughter of Colonel Samuel L. Valentine, of Bangor, January 1, 1835, and they now reside in Cambridge, Mass.


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Descendants of William Valentine. 1


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Mary Bowman, eldest daughter of Joseph and Anna (Valentine) Bowman, was born in Hopkinton, Jul}- i S, 1802. She married


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Descendants of William Valentine. 19


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Sophia .^'llentine, eldest daughter of John and Charlotte (Brett) Valentine, was born in Paris, Me., November 29, 1815. She was


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eldest son of John and Charlotte B. Valentine, was born August 30, 1820, and married, June 6, 1542, to Judith


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John Valentine, Jr., was born in Paris, Me., Febrtiar.- 22, 1^33, and was married, April


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Mr. Valentine has long been a teacher of marked success, and his present field of


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Lydia Ann, daughter of Peter W. and Lydia (Valentine) Brigham, was born in Boston, February 5,


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Descendants of William Valentine. 199


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Desceyidants of William Valentine. 201


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Dr. John William Valentine, eldest son of Elijah F. and Jane (Mahan) Valentine, was born in Xorthboro',


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William Valentine, eldest son of Elijah F. and Jane (Mahan) Valentine, was born in Xorthboro', February 13, 1812. He was


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Colonel Henry E. Valentine was killed by falling down the hatchway of a whale-ship which he


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roof, only nine days afterward. Mrs. Valentine subsequently married Royal B. Hancock, and died in Cambridge, July 2, 1868. Dr.


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of Colonel Sao)uel L. and Elizabeth Farnham Valentine, was born in Bangor, December 15, 1815, married Jones V'alentine, January- i,


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Mr. Valentine was appointed, by President Andrew Johnson, one of the Commissioners to the French


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Descendants of William Valentine. 205


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Mr. Valentine married Sophia, youngest daughter of Aaron Brigham, a merchant of Boston, and had


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Frank Valentine, b. Chel-ea, ..,)ril 12, 1550, m. Jennie Gilticrt , live in Chc Is


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of Colonel S. L. and Sarah J. Valentine, was born in Bangor, Augiist 9, 1834. He is an iron-moulder by


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Samuel Valentine, b. Machias, Dec' 29, 1551 , now in Bowdoin College.


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Charles Elmer, eldest son of Elmer and Rebecca (Crawford) Valentine, was born in Boston, March 13,


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Descendants of William Valentine. 209


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eldest daughter of Elmer and Rebecca C. Valentine, was born in Charlestown, February 4, 1524. She married Dr. George W.


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Mr. Valentine was married, October lo, 1548, to Olive Z. Seaver, of Northboro', and their


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Walter Valentine, b, Clinton, ,-.pril 9, i S6x.


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third daughter of Lliuer and Rebecca C. Valentine, was born in Xorthboro', Oct. 15,


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Frank Valentine, b. Xorthboro*, Xov. i, 1856.


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Descendants of William Valentine. 211


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Descendants of William Valentine. 213


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Mr. Valentine married L. Augusta Mentzer, and occupies the farm so long held by his


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Elizabeth Valentine, daughter of Jubal Weston, was born September 24. 1818, married J. J. Mc


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Descendants of William Valentine. 217


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eldest son of Dexter and Nancy P. Valentine, was born in Harmony, Me., September 30,


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Jr., son of Albert and Hannah E. Valentine, w-as born in Westbrook, December 8, 1840. He was married, in Chelsea,


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Dcscrndants of William Valentine. 219


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Henry, son of Gerry and Sarah H. Valentine, was born in Hopkinton, September 21, 1835, married Mary A. Samson, Worcester,


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Mir.iuil.i, daugliicr of Alanson and Miranda Valentine, was born in Jamaica Plain, Mass., July 29, 1843 , married John F.


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Desccmiants of William Valentine. 221


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Frank Valentine, son of Joseph H. and Mary J.


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Disccitdants of William Valentine. 223


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WILLIAM J. VALENTINE, F. R. G. S. BANKER, OK LONDON', ENC.


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Francis Drake, of Boston, married Emma M. Valentine, of Nantucket, June 26, 1850. She was the daughter of Henry C.


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She was the daughter of Henry C. Valentine, who married Emmeline, daughter of Aaron Mitchell, and died in 1840.


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slaves, taken April 28, 1755, Jacob Valentine, of Hempstead, is given as the owner of "1 female, Greech," Jonathan Valentine,


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owner of "1 female, Greech," Jonathan Valentine,


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1683, Richard Valentine, Sen., is given as the owner of 34 acres of land, 6 o.xen,


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war, in 1777, was one James Valentine.


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of Mary Lynde, wife of John Valentine, once had the audacity to let "one of ye. people called Anabaptists," a


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writes as follows: My great-grandfather, Henry Valentine, moved from a place in New Jersey, called,


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the liandso Tie residence of Isaac Valentine, a wealthy retired merchant of New York.


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line's Hill, Vonkers, is George Bishop Valentine, now about seventy-five years of age, who has one son, Nathaniel Bishop,


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frequent allusion is made to Mark Valentine, commander of the ship


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" Earl of Loudoun." ..lso, Thomas Valentine is very


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Baltimore has a Rev. Henry J. Valentine, 185 Henrietta-street. Philadelphia has John K. Valentine, lawyer, 113 South Fifth-street. St.-Louis


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Valentine, 185 Henrietta-street. Philadelphia has John K. Valentine, lawyer, 113 South Fifth-street. St.-Louis has a Dr.


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Frank, piano-maker. West Farms-Benjamin X'alentine, Ebenezer Valentine, luinber, Valentine & Overb.iugh, lumber. Of course, the isolated farmers outside of the


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so named in honor of Abraham B. Valentine, Esq., the present New York Agent of the Line, of which tlie


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Ferdinand Valentine, 826 South Eighth-street.


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Valentine, William H. (Butcher), Councilman, 1859.


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afterwards became the wife of Thomas Valentine), was taken from a portrait paiiued about 1724, when she was si..teen years


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" My father's father was Jonathan Valentine, a farmer in Middlebury (Middleborough ?), Mass. He had two sons, Jonathan and


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made, is a great-grandson of William Valentine, and his genealogy will be found on page 196 of this book.


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we are descended from the John Valentine of 1675." The answer given to the above is tliis: John Valentine, son


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the estate of the late William Valentine, valued at §1,500,000. Thinking of course so large an estate must have a


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Beiitley, the late owner." Rev. Thomas Valentine, of London, must have been a preaclier of some note, as the House


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David Valentine, of the well-known firm of David Valentine & Co.," 354 Broadway, New York,


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John Elliot, Denzil Holies and Benjamin Valentine, members of the House of Commons, were arraigned before the Court of King's


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Valentine, Caroline, wid., nurse, 75 Delancy, L. I. Valentine, Charles, grocer, 667 Sevenlh-ave., N. V. Valentine,


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Valentine, Daniel ..., produce, 344 W. Wash. Market, h. Brookljm, I. I. Valentine, David, dress goods,


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Valentine, Anna, wid. ..lbert, h. 43 E. 31st, X. V. Valentine, Benj. C, roofer, 227 Green,


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Valentine, David M., 419 E. 48th, N. E. Valentine, Ebenezer B., frames, 9 Tivter, h. 240


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Valentine, Jacob, I04 E. 36th, N. Y. Valent Tne, Jacob, variety, 2350 Second-ave., N. Y. Valentine,


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Valentine, Jane, wid. ..br.iham G., h. 10 E. 41st, .'alentine, John, cabinet-maker, h. 24S Delancy, Valentine,


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Valentine, James S., stone yard, 415 W. 14th, h. 3'13 .V. 19th, Scotch.


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Valentine, Isidor, broker, 24 Broad, h. 135 .V. loth, Prus.


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Valentine, Peter, h. 216 .V. 53rd, N.Y.


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Valentine, Charles carpenter, 100 Ryerson, L. I. Valentine, Charle*, ferrjman, 155 Prospect, L. I. Valentine, Charles


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Valentine, Edward H., clerk, h. 164 Lawrence, L. I. Valentine, Ezra, iron railing, h. 645 Baltic,


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Valentine, Henry, cartman, 26 Bocrum, I- I. Valentine, Henrj-, rope-maker, h. 906 Flushing ave., N. Y.


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Valentine, John, police, h. 131 Dcbevoise, N.Y.


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Valentine, Joseph, clerk, h. 219 Sands, N. V. Valentine, La" ion, varnii-h factory, 3^)4 E"en, N.


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Valentine, Margaret, wid. K X. 7th, n. 5th, N. V. Valentine, Oliver, h. 54 Willoughby-ave., L.


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Valentine, Richard, clcr V, h. 96 Kent, Valentine, Robert B., insurance, 561 ..tlantic-ave., Valentine, Samuel, clerk,


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Valentine, John, Jr., h. 331 Adams, N. V. Valentine, John, meat, h. 331 Adams, N.Y.


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Valentine, Elliot, 176, 1S5.


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Valentine. Horace, 50.


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Valentine, Basil, 3.


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Valentine, John J. (Mass.), 130,


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Valentine, Obadiah (N. J.), 52.


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Valentine, N., painter, 3.


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Valentine, William (Md.), 02.