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1860--Rev. L. L'Pan of Dublin, uncle of the bride
David Grainger, Esq., of Liverpool, merchant, married to Mary, only dau of William Valentine Esq. of Whiteabbey, Belfast.
Marianne, wife of William Valentine, died in 1888.
1865--At Carnmoney Churc, April 17, James W. Valentine, Whiteabbey, married Edith Mary, dau of the late Joseph Hill, and step-dau of John Shelly, Esq., H.M. Customs, Belfast.
1888--By the Rev. Grainger, uncle of the groom
William Valentine Grainger, only son of David Grainger, Esq., of Stanacres, Cheshire, married to Sarah Georgina Stirling, dau of the late G. Claudius Beresford Stirling, J. P., Capt. 64th Regt., and granddau of the late Marcus Gage, Esq., J.P., D.L. of Streve House, Londonderry.
1892--Ethel Valentine, dau of James W. Valentine of Whiteabbey, married Ralph Erskine Langlands, eldest son of the late John Langlands of Glasgow.
1894--At Glenavna, Whiteabbey, aged 82--death of William Valentine, Manager of Messrs Richardson Bros., Director and Chairman of Northern Bank; left dau and two sons, James and Louis Valentine.
1898--Death of Thomas Valentine, J.P.
Grandsons were Capt. T.V.P. McCammon, R.M. Gage, Cecil F.K. Ewart.
Sons-in-law were Col. T.A. M'Cammon and F.W. Ewart.
Nephews were James W. Valentine, Louis A. Plunkett, Valentine Grainger, Henry Purdon and Frank Plunkett.