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Looking for John Valentine

Query by mergatroid

Only have the name: John Valentine. Born abt 1782 Place: England
Can not find how, where or when he entered America. Have found him in NC and GA. Lots of Valentines in NC and SC. Do not know who may be his family. Believe he had about six brothers. Not verified. Believe he married Lydia Ann Beverly in NC.

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on 2011-03-14 20:59:28

mergatroid has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2011. is researching the following names: VALENTINE.

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by janilye on 2011-03-15 02:02:18

I found 1 child who had the parents John Valentine and Lydia BEVERLEY in North Carolina.
Nancy Joanna VALENTINE born 11 February 1829 in Anson North Carolina and died 3 May 1885 in Florida she married Thomas Maybry Braswell 1827-1889. in Monticello. I don't have a date of this marriage but around 1858
Hope this helps, Jan

by joany53 on 2011-03-15 18:21:29

by camjuly on 2017-12-28 18:22:06

Hi. I am a descendent of the Valentines that you're looking for. I, too, am trying to go backwards with the research. I will try to briefly list my ancestors to connect them for you. I have John Valentine being born in 1782 in North Carolina. He married Lydia Ann Beverly (1798-1860). They had a son John Freeman Beverly Valentine (1831-1878) who married Malinda Barber in Georgia. Their son was James Moritz Valentine (1867-1925) who married Nettie Yeats ( 1876-1951) in Georgia. Their son was my grandfather Leroy Patterson Valentine (1906-1992) and then my mother Maxie Valentine Moore (1937-present). I have hit a stumbling block with the parents of John Valentine (who married Lydia Beverly). So, I guess I'm in the same boat as you. If you are able to find anything, please share it with me.
Thank you,
Cheryl Barfield

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