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Full NameWilliam Valentine
OccupationMINISTER, PRIEST, OF EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH IN SCOTLAND
Date of Birth23 Jan 1825
Place of OriginIlfracoombe, Devon, England
Date of DeathAug 1895
Place of DeathGreat Ouseburne, Yorkshire, England
Age at Death70
Relationships200 (Christiana Dennistoun Speirs : wife), 211 (Emily E W Valentine : child), 209 (Algenor Aylmer Valentine : child), 210 (Charles William H Valentine : child), 206 (Eva C Valentine : child), 207 (Francis Valentine : child), 208 (John Cecil Valentine : child), 205 (Matilda Julia Valentine : child), 204 (Emily Nixon : wife)
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GreenockMINISTER, PRIEST, OF EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH IN SCOTLANDGeneration: 261William Valentine (203)Christiana Dennistoun Speirs (200)Emily E W Valentine (211)Algenor Aylmer Valentine (209)Charles William H Valentine (210)Eva C Valentine (206)Francis Valentine (207)John Cecil Valentine (208)Matilda Julia Valentine (205)Emily Nixon (204)Business and Labour HistoryHistoryEconomic History