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Valentine the second
Posted by: Tsil (ID *****6162) Date: November 24, 2002 at 19:56:12
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I found some information on Valentine II. Here is what I found.
VALENTINE ETTLEMAN II. Valentine used the old spelling Edleman or Eddleman. He married a Sarah Regan. They had a son named David who was born November 15, 1818 in Franklin County, PA. David married Elizabeth Kennedy and they had five children. (1): John H., (2):Jacob, (3):William, (4): Mary Jane and (5): Margaret Anna. I could not find where they were born except for Margaret Anna. She was born in Stark County Ohio.
       They had a daughter named Elizabeth born September 11, 1815 in Huron, Fulton County PA. She died July 11, 1872 in Plano, Kendall County, Illinois. She married Henry Deam on September 22, 1836. Elizabeth and Henry joined the Mormon religion shortly after their marriage. Henry became an elder. They moved to Lima, Adams County, Illinois in 1842. I found a record of two sons. (1): William Henry Deam born February 22, 1855 in Blanchardville, Lafayette, WI. (2): David C. Deam born 1852 in Iowa County, WI. He died May 26, 1892 in Chicago, Cook, IL. He married Ida E. Eatinger.


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