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Clement L. Vallandigham

AKA Clement Laird Vallandigham

Born: 29-Jul-1820
Birthplace: New Lisbon, OH
Died: 17-Jun-1871
Location of death: Lebanon, OH
Cause of death: Accident - Misc
Remains: Buried, Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, OH

Gender: Male
Religion: Presbyterian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Politician
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Congressman from Ohio, 1845-47

Military service: Ohio Militia (Brigadier General, 1857)

The inspiration for Edward Everett Hale's short story "The Man Without a Country."

Father: Clement Vallandigham (Presbyterian minister, b. 7-Mar-1778, d. 21-Oct-1839)
Mother: Rebecca Laird (b. 20-Apr-1789, d. 8-Jul-1864)
Wife: Louisa A. McMahon (m. 27-Aug-1846, d. 13-Aug-1871)
Son: William M. Vallandigham (b. 1847, d. Jan-1848)
Son: Charles Noble Vallandigham (b. 1854, d. 1926)

    University: Jefferson College, Canonsburg, PA (1837-38)
    Teacher: Union Academy, Snow Hill, MD (1838-40)
    University: Jefferson College, Canonsburg, PA (1840-41)

    US Congressman, Ohio 3rd (1858-63)
    Ohio State House of Representatives Columbiana County (1845-47)
    Ohio State Bar Association 5-Dec-1842
    Sons of Liberty Grand Commander (Feb-1864)
    Sedition violating General Order Number 38 (5-May-1863), arrested by order of Maj. Gen. Ambrose Burnside
    Deported to the Confederacy (24-May-1863), Murfreesboro, TN
    Taken Prisoner of War
    Exiled to Canada
    Shot: Accidental 16-Jun-1871
    Shot: Self-Inflicted 16-Jun-1871
    White Supremacists
    Huguenot Ancestry Paternal
    Irish Ancestry Maternal
    Scottish Ancestry Maternal

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