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Valentine family history

Richard Dale Greer
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Shreveport, Louisiana : Filmed by the Friends of Genealogy, 2001
on 1 microfilm reel : geneal. tables ; 16 mm.


Manuscript originally located in the Larkin Edwards Room of the Shreve[port] Memorial Library.

Microreproduction of original published: [S.l.]; R.D. Greer, [after 1987].

A record of the descendants of Levi L. Valentine Sr. and his possible brothers. Levi was born in 1764 in South Orangeburg District, Barnwell County, Sough Carolina. He died in 1824 in Wilkinson County, Georgia. He married, first, Mary Bates in South Orangeburg District, South Carolina in 1784. Mary was the daughter of Andrew and Elizabeth Bates who left Scotland between 1787 and 1796 and settled in southeastern South Carolina. Levi married, second, Susannah Thomas. Descendants have lived in South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, and elsewhere.

Manuscript formed a part of the files of Wanda Volentine Head and contains her interpolations and additions consisting of handwritten notes, correspondence, a photograph, additional genealogical tables and other items used for her personal research.

Contains information on the Valentine, Volentine, Greer, and other related families.

No circulation to family history centers.

With: Family records of Julia Adella Van Camp Goodwin.

With: A proud inheritance.


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