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Farming is a very labor-intensive occupation. So farmers with large families, especially those with male family members, had an advantage in terms of building wealth.
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Families with a large number of children were faced with the problem of subdividing the farm into smaller acreages that were no longer as profitable and sometimes too small to support a new family. An alternate extreme was to will the farm to one child and leave the others on their own to find a farm to support their new families. While other options were available for dividing inheritances equitably, the results nearly always resulted in the children, many of whom had significantly contributed to the family wealth and property being divided, receiving a reduced share.
One of the results of this practice was to cause families to move to new, unoccupied land. In the early years of the United States, that meant moving West.
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Henry Valentine , the second son of his immigrant father, George Valentine, was my 4th great grandfather. He married Elizabeth Barbara Friess on 21 Sep and soon started his family of at least 5 girls and 4 boys. All 5 girls were born before the first boy was born. In he moved to Pickaway County, Ohio where he died 21 October at the home of his son, Joshua, my 3rd great grandfather.
Joshua Valentine remained on the farm he had bought from his father, Henry Valentine , for the remainder of his life. On 29 Jul he married Margaret Drum , with whom he had at least 9 children; 6 males and 3 females. Valentine , the father of Sarah Jane Valentine who was the mother of William Alvin Harrington , the patriarch of our Ohio Harrington clan.
The only photograph of Sarah Jane Valentine-Anderson is on page 2 in the Album at the end of this book. In this picture Sarah Jane is the oldest of 4-generations. Our Drum Ancestors. We will return to the Valentine story on page 13, but let me interrupt their story briefly to relate an important story about our Drum ancestors. An Outline Descendant list of this family can be found on page Incidentally, the Drum name is a good example of a name that has experienced many variations in spelling over the years.
It can be found spelled Trumm, Trum, Trump, Dromm, Drom, Drumm and Drum in the historical literature; sometimes with two or more spellings in the same document. The Drum family had plenty of excitement of its own. The family line was from Germany. The details of this murder can be found as a newspaper article prepared from a military report of the event. Donar and edited by Brendan D.
His exact birth date is unknown, but his christening took place on 9 December in Ulmet. John Adam and Gertraud became the parents of a son, Johan Christian, born in Ulmet and christened on 17 April , and of whom nothing more is known. He does not appear on ship immigration records and in documents concerning ownership of the deceased Adam's Albany Township land.
George Drumm, Christian's brother, is listed as Adam's sole living heir. Johan Christian Doll and Johan Peter Doll were also on board, but any relationship to the mother of Johan Adam has not yet been established. On the following day, 30 August, Adam appeared at the courthouse in Philadelphia, Pa. Being able to write, he signed both by his own hand. In the year , a son, George, was born; his exact birth date is unknown. On 4 November, , it is noted on a draft of a tract of land drawn in favor of Andreas Hagenbuch that Adam Drum was already, in possession of the neighboring tract.
The Drumm tract adjoined the Hagenbuch tract on the northwest, between it and the tree line of the Blue Mountain. Keeping this in mind, we turn now to another tract of land eight-tenths of a mile farther to the West. This tract is identified on a draft of "The great road of Catawissey to Philadelphia" drawn in February , along which is noted the course and distance of a short stretch of this road, East, 43 perches [about feet], "Along the land of Adam Trum.
At a much later time, the first purchase was in the possession of Mr. Clifford Lutz, the second the farm of Mr. Oskar Dietrich. It must be assumed that the Drumm family was living on this second plantation when the following events occurred. It was evidently a hot Wednesday afternoon with thunderstorms threatening.
At that time of day the family quite probably was gathered for the evening meal when suddenly two things took place almost simultaneously. A thunderstorm of major proportion broke over the countryside, and the Drumm family was brutally attacked by Indians. The date was 22 June From Lieutenant Engle by which he advised Mr. Levan of the murder of one Adam Trump an alternate spelling of "Drumm in Allemangel, by Indians that evening, and that they had taken Trump's wife and his son, a lad of nineteen years old, prisoners; but the woman escaped, though, upon her flying, she was closely pursued by one of the Indians of which there were seven , that he threw his tomahawk at her, and cut her badly ill the neck, but 'tis hoped not dangerously.
This murder happened in as great a thunderstorm as has happened for twenty years past: which extended itself over a great part of this and Northampton Counties--for I found much mischief done, as I came from Easton, Northampton County, to this place, the length of fifty two miles, the day before yesterday, and which I hear has broken down the dams of seven forges, and six gristmills, on Maxatany creek, chiefly in this county; the rest in Philadelphia County.
I almost forgot to mention but am so hurried just now, 'tis no wonder that the Indians, after scalping Adam Trump, left a knife, and a halpert, or spear, fixed to a pole in his body. Adam Trump was dead, his wife was badly wounded and his son, George, was a captive of the Indians who having stolen, a quantity of liquor out of the house, moved westward and arrived at a hill today known as Hawk Mountain. The consumption of liquor was having its effect on the Indians, for they began to make much noise and dance around in the road.
As they ascended the hill, things were in such a state that at an opportune time, George made his escape by running down the other side of the hill. Captain Jacob Morgan, the commander of Fort Lebanon, which was located several miles west from where George Drumm made his escape, wrote in his daily journal for 24 June "Yesterday morning about 8 of the clock, the son of one Adam Drumm, whom the Indians had killed the night before in Allemingle [sic] and took his son. He informed me that the Indians 8 in number had got a quantity of liquor out of his father's house and came to a hill about 7 miles from this Fort, where they got to dancing, and made themselves drunk he took the opportunity and escaped to the Fort.
An Indian followed him near a mile and a half whom our men tracked; so as soon as the young man came I sent out a party to the place where the man left them, but when they came there they only found an old pair of mogasins and a deer skin whom they had left, but the Indians were fled; they tract't them as far as they could but night coming, were obligated to return home. I have this day sent out a party to intercept them in the way to the gap of the second mountain. George returned to his home and continued operation of the plantation; however, nothing further has been learned about his mother.
Also in , during the construction of the New Bethel Church, George contributed 1 pound in cash money, 13 days of hand labor, and 3 days of hauling with a team of horses. George and Catharina's first child was born on 22 August and was baptized 5 weeks later on 18 September , with the name of Johann Henrich. Elisabeth Strasser was one of the sponsors, though as Elisabeth was the name of both Catharine's mother and one of her sisters, which one served as sponsor is unknown.
The Drum family is unique in our family history for two reasons. Audra was not related to the Drum line but her father, William E. Young, did business with the Drum family at their store in Woodsfield, Ohio. This is a family relationship that she never knew. Second, the son. Valentine, father of Sarah Jane Valentine and his 21 other children. Levi had 12 children with his first wife, Mary Bolinger, and 10 with his second wife, Emily Jane Walker. With that, we have completed the introduction of the six major family lines leading up to my grandfather, William Alvin Harrington.
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The Saga of Sarah Jane Valentine. In those days of limited transportation almost all of the non-city dwellers were farmers or farm laborers and it was common that a mate would be selected from a family that lived nearby. That is how Levi J. Valentine and Mary Bolinger met and were married on 31 Jul Sarah Jane Valentine was born to Levi J. In the U. Federal Census enumerated the young family on land that Levi had bought from his father-in-law, Benjamin Bolinger, in Adam Twp.
For Sarah Jane Valentine this would be the first move of many that would take her years and across 5 states into Brown County, Kansas Territory and finally back to Pickaway County, Ohio. The Levi Valentine family would leave Pickaway County Ohio with 3 children and arrive in Kansas with 8 children, two being a pair of twins.