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Itimous T. Valentine

Submitted by: Jacob Parks {Administrative Support Specialist, The Country Doctor Museum}

no photo 300Itimous T. Valentine born around 1887, Itimous Valentine served in World War 1 with the the United States Army . The enlistment was in 1917 and the service was completed in 1919.

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Itimous T. Valentine (1887-1970) attended Guilford College in Greensboro before he enlisted in the North Carolina National Guard on December 15, 1917.

Valentine served in the Headquarters Company of the 113th Field Artillery as a private first class until he received a promotion to corporeal.

After returning from the “Great War,” Valentine married Hazel Armstrong and took up residence once again in Nash County, where he served as a farmer and attorney.

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