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Re: Valentine Family

Karen (View posts)
Posted: 14 Nov 2004 5:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
In answer to Amanda's posting of 11-5-04. The following is info I found in a genealogy compilation by Paul Valentine titled "Valentine Family Genealogy, descendants of Johan George Valentine, 1715-1784, of Germany and Maryland."

Catherina "Katy" Valentine, daughter of Johan George Valentine, was born 1759 and died Mar. 27, 1849. She married Christian Wagner about 1783. He was born Apr. 7, 1768 in Emmittsburg vicinity, MD on a property called "Wagner's Fancy." He died Jan. 4, 1832. Catherina took her first communion on July 30, 1775 at the Woodsboro Evang. Luth. Church in Woodsboro, MD. She and husband Christian Wagner may be buried at the Libertytown Catholic burying ground, MD. Christian's parents were Michael Waggoner and Maria Elizabeth Schuee from Michelfeld, Schwaben, Wurtemberg, Germany. They came to America on the ship "Saint Andrew" along with Johan George Valentine (Catherina's father). In 1781 Christian was drafted (presumably this means into the military). Later in 1795 he was a tanner residing near Libertytown, MD. The children of Christian Wagner and Catherina Valentine were as follows.

Margareta Wagner, born Feb. 6, 1784; died before 1811; never married.

James Valentine Wagner, born 1796; died 1851; possibly married to Martha H. Atkins on Jan. 25, 1849.

Upton Wagner, born Feb. 16, 1800; died March 16, 1822 probably in Maryland; buried at Libertytown, MD.

Joseph Lily Wagner, born Feb. 18, 1800 (thus must have been Upton's twin but born two days later?); died Jan. 3, 1868; married Mary Sophia Gillispie on Jan. 28, 1823. She was born 1805 and died July 7, 1838. Joseph is buried at Libertytown, MD.

Mary Ann Wagner, born 1802. Married #1 Thomas Buffington on Jan. 18, 1822; married #2 Levi Buffington Dec. 15, 1840.

Basil Wagner, born Feb. 8, 1806.

Dennis Wagner, born 1809; married Sophia E. Harritt Oct. 10, 1846.

Amanda, please let me know how any of this fits into your family line.

Karen
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Karen 16 Oct 2004 7:31PM GMT 
MarilynRoth58 18 Oct 2004 8:28PM GMT 
Karen 23 Oct 2004 4:05PM GMT 
Amanda 5 Nov 2004 9:13PM GMT 
Karen 5 Nov 2004 11:52PM GMT 
Karen 14 Nov 2004 12:48PM GMT 
Amanda 14 Nov 2004 11:31PM GMT 
Karen 17 Nov 2004 7:47PM GMT 
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