Person:Clement Vallandigham (1)

  1. Reverend Clement Vallandigham1778 - 1839
  • HReverend Clement Vallandigham1778 - 1839
  • WRebecca Laird1789 - 1864
m. May 1807
  1. Elizabeth Vallandigham1808 - 1896
  2. Margaret V. Vallandigham1810 - 1900
  3. Rev. James Laird Vallandigham1812 - 1904
  4. Hon. Clement Laird Vallandigham, Esq.1820 - 1871
Facts and Events
Name Reverend Clement Vallandigham
Gender Male
Birth[1] 7 Mar 1778 Noblestown, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States
Occupation[1][4] From 1803 to 1839 Lisbon, Columbiana, Ohio, United StatesLisbon's Presbyterian Church
Marriage May 1807 Lisbon, Columbiana, Ohio, United Statesto Rebecca Laird
Education[1] Canonsburg, Washington, Pennsylvania, United StatesCanonsburg Academy / Washington and Jefferson College
Education[1] New Jersey, United StatesPrinceton
Death[1] 21 Oct 1839 Columbiana, Columbiana, Ohio, United States
Burial? Lisbon, Columbiana, Ohio, United StatesLisbon Cemetery
Religion[1][4] Presbyterian
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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Find A Grave.

    Rev Clement Vallandingham
    Birth: Mar. 7, 1778
    Allegheny County
    Pennsylvania, USA
    Death: Oct. 21, 1839
    Lisbon, Columbiana County
    Ohio, USA
    Son of Revolutionary War officer Lt. Col. George Vallandingham and his wife, Elizabeth Noble, Clement graduated from Canonsburg Academy in Canonsburg, PA. Originally established by a Presbyterian Minister who was a graduate of what later became Princeton University, the Academy developed into today's Washington & Jefferson College.

    Seeking employment, Clement ventured to Lisbon, Ohio where married Rebecca Laird in May, 1807. On the 24th of the following month he was ordained and installed as pastor of Lisbon's Presbyterian church, a position he fulfilled until his death.
    Clement and Rebecca had the following children:
    Elizabeth Jane Gordon
    Margaret Ellinor
    Rev. James Laird
    George Scott
    Clement Laird
    John L.
    Rebecca Ann
    (Note: 'New Lisbon' is now known as 'Lisbon')
    Inscription: VALLANDINGHAM
    Reverend Clement 1778 - 1839
    Rebecca Laird 1789-1861
    Below: Rev. Vallandingham established the first Presbyterian Church in New Lisbon, 1803
    Burial: Lisbon Cemetery
    Lisbon Columbiana County
    Ohio, USA
    Created by: Barbara Haines
    Record added: Nov 13, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 120247146

  2.   Hayes Presidential Center, and various public libraries of Ohio. Ohio Obituary Index [database]. (Fremont, Ohio: Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, ca. 1970-).

    First Name: CLEMENT
    State of Death: OH
    Month of Death: 10
    Day of Death: 21
    Year of Death: 1839
    Other Names
    None listed for this person.
    Newspaper Source
    There is 1 newspaper source:

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    Source: Wooster Journal and Democratic Times
    Month: 11
    Day: 6
    Year: 1839
    Page: 3
    Other source (non-newspaper).
    There is 1 non-newspaper source for this person.
    Source: Wayne County Probate 1812-1917 (Ordering Info)
    Source Data: V-17
    There is 1 note for this person:
    Note 1: NO WILL

  3.   National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970.

    Name: Colonel George Vallandigham
    Birth Date: 1736
    Birth Place: Virginia
    Death Date: 4 Oct 1810
    Death Place: Worton, Pennsylvania
    SAR Membership: 13030
    Role: Ancestor
    Application Date: 14 Dec 1899
    Father: Michael Vallandigham
    Mother: Anne Danson
    Spouse: Elizabeth Noble
    Children: Clement Vallandigham

    member: James Laird Vallandigham
    Delaware state member number 64
    National member number 13030

  4. 4.0 4.1 McCord, William B. History of Columbiana County, Ohio and representative citizens. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971).

    1905 original edition is out of copyright

    see Google Books