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Valentine Genealogy & History

Valentine is an English and Scottish surname based on the medieval given name Valentine. Derived from Latin "valens", meaning healthy or powerful, the name was introduced in England in the 12th century but traces back to the third-century Roman saint martyred by the Romans (Claudius II) for aiding the Christians. St. Valentine's feast day, February 14th, coincided with the traditional spring celebration honoring the Roman fertility goddess Juno. Valentine genealogy includes spelling variations Follington and Wallentin. English Valentine family history started in feudal times in Herefordshire where they owned a feudal manor, Scottish in Lanarkshire, and American in Virginia in 1698.

Valentine Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aaron Valentine-- --, 1895June ,1986LA
Bamma Valentine-- --, 1904July ,1985KY
Caesar Valentine-- --, 1939August ,1985NY
Daisie Valentine-- --, 1876July ,1966IN

Valentine Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Lorraine Valentine-- --, 1931October 4,1991Jupiter,FL
Fabyan Valentine-- --, 1904July ,1978Buffalo,NY
Gabriele Valentine-- --, 1902January ,1976Springfield,MA
H Jay Valentine-- --, 1921November ,1993Edmond,OK

Valentine Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Charles ValentineBarbara HurleyAugust 16,1981Wake, NC
Edson ValentineElizabeth NaylorNovember 28,1940Wake, NC
Odell ValentineCatherine MayeMarch 20,1947Wake, NC
John ValentineMargaret PerryMarch 22,1947Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Valentine

831st: Bernard832nd: Crowley
833rd: Gorman834th: Ewing
835th: Kessler836th: Jarvis
837th: Cooke838th: McPherson
839th: Byrne840th: Riggs

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