3 edition of A genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland found in the catalog.
A genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland
Cleveland, H. G.
|Statement||compiled by his great-grandson Horace Gillette Cleveland.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 33784 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||84195664|
Benjamin (cannot tell if it is this Benjamin or the Quaker one), 1 tithe, 0 slave, 2 horse, 2 cattle. Samuel Cox: 1 tithe, 13 horse, 15 cattle. Harmon Cox is not on the Wythe tax list. Benjamin and Samuel Cox are apparently not on the Wythe list either. Names & information is taken from the book History of Washington County, Ohio By H. Z. Williams & Bros. On Monday the seventh of April , these 48 men made the first lawful English settlement in the Northwest Territory by landing at . Note: Ann Nancy Lenoir Westmoreland's youngest brother was WilliamLenoir. He served in the American Revolutionary War. He was both alieutenant and a captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland in the Battle ofKings Mountain. He rose to the rank of Major General in the NC MilitiaWhile serving in the army his residence was in Wilkes Co, NC. Georgia Census Index By Frances T. Ingmire, Pages, "x11", Perfect Bound A combination of all of the Census Index listed in this catalog.
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A genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland, a great-grandson of Moses Cleveland, of Woburn, Mass., and a native of Canterbury, Windham County, Conn by Cleveland, Horace Gillette, Pages: A genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland, a great-grandson of Moses Cleveland, of Woburn, Mass., and a native of Canterbury, Windham County, Conn [H.
(Horace Gillette) Cleveland] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages5/5(1). A genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland a great-grandson of Moses Cleveland, of Woburn, Mass., and a native of Canterbury, Windham County, Conn.
by Horace Gillette Cleveland. 0 Ratings 0 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have read. A genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland, a great-grandson of Moses Cleveland, of Woburn, Mass., and a native of Canterbury, Windham County, Conn. Author: Horace Gillette Cleveland.
A genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland a great-grandson of Moses Cleveland, of Woburn, Mass., and a native of Canterbury, Windham County, Conn. by Horace Gillette Cleveland.
Published by Printed for the compiler in Chicago. Written in EnglishPages: A Genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland, a Great-Grandson of Moses Cleveland, of Woburn, Mass: Cleveland, Horace Gillette: Books - ews: 1. The genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland families.
An attempt to trace, in both the male and female lines, the posterity of Moses Cleveland [and] of Alexander Cleveland with numerous biographical sketches; and containing ancestries of many of the husbands and wives, also a bibliography of the Cleveland family and a genealogical.
The Genealogy of Cleveland/Cleaveland Families book reliability. 25 Sep Cleveland News Index and Necrology File 29 Nov I am trying to identify William Cleveland’s mother.
18 Apr Free-Space Genealogy pages: Buffalo, New York Buffalo, New York, USA () managed by Sharon Centanne.
Carrol Harrison managed by Berta Cleveland. Moses Cleveland, an apprentice ship joiner of about 11 or 12 years of age, who accompanied his master in immigrating to Boston, Massachusetts, from Ipswich, Suffolk, in about By his late teens, Moses had settled in Woburn, Massachusetts, where he was admitted as a freeman, and thus eligible to participate in the governance of the town, in Books at Amazon.
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↑ Horace Gillette Cleveland, “A Genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland, a Great-Grandson of Moses Cleveland of Woburn, Mass, and a native of Canterbury, Windham County, Conn.”, Chicago,page 5.
The American Biographical Dictionary by William Allen, D. D.,Eve Blues records: The Cleveland Family. The Genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland Families: An Attempt to Trace, in Both the Male and Female Lines, the Posterity of Moses Cleveland [and] of Alexander Cleveland with Numerous Biographical Sketches; and Containing Ancestries of Many of the Husbands and Wives, Also a Bibliography of the Cleveland Family and a Genealogical Account of Edward Winn of Woburn, and of.
Get this from a library. GENEALOGY OF BENJAMIN CLEVELAND: a great-grandson of moses cleveland, of woburn, mass;, and a native of canterbury, windham county, conn. [H G CLEVELAND]. President Cleveland evidently accepted the notion of a blood tie between the two lines and sent a letter of recognition to the ceremonies dedicating a monument to Colonel Benjamin Cleveland.
Information from the three-volume Cleveland genealogy, published in by Edmund Janes Cleveland and Horace Gillette Cleveland, claims the following. At the close of the Revolutionary War, many families from Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina settled in Pendleton District.
Gen. Andrew Pickens, Col. Robert Anderson, Col. Benjamin Cleveland, Samuel Earle, Samuel Warren, and Horse Shoe Robertson were of. [Musick] Musick, Grover Cleveland. Genealogy of the Musick Family and Some Kindred Lines.
[Musick] Donnelly, Shirley. "Musick Family Lore Subject of Volume," Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 3, No. 4 (Oct. ) Digital version at Ancestry ($). [Musick] Donnelly, Shirley. This book can be accessed through HeritageQuest r book, "Genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland" by Horace Gillette Cleveland takes the information above one step further in that it speaks of the marriage of Eleanor (Cleveland) Burgess Hallett's daughter, Eunice Burgess, to Hiram Hallett, son of Solomon and (Phebe Mosier) Book Title: The genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland families An attempt to trace, in both the male and fe 1, GEDCOM Source U.S., Find A Grave Index, s-Current Operations, Inc.
Find A Grave 1, Each book is printed and bound as it is ordered. CLEVELAND: Genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland, gr-grandson of Moses Cleveland of Woburn, MA, Native of Canterbury, Windham Co., CT.
By H. Cleveland. 27 CLEVELAND: Genealogy of the Cleveland-Cleaveland families. An attempt to trace, in both the male and female lines, the posterity.
Cleveland Ohio Biography – The Book of Clevelanders is a biographical dictionary of men of the city of Cleveland Ohio. From time to time ephemeral publications spring up pretending to add to biographical literature sketches of “leading” and “prominent” men for a consideration.
The genealogy portion of this paper will deal with descendants of Sizemores born in the timeframe without attempting to guess the identity of the parent, with few exceptions. and it is possible that Ned was "the Tory Sizemore" hung by Col.
Benjamin Cleveland in Wilkesboro, NC in Plat Book M from dra excerpted. Hi, Col. Benjamin Cleveland is my 6th Great Grandfather. Capt. Robert Cleveland is my Col. Benjamin Cleveland husband and I have been to the Col. Benjamin Cleveland Cemetery which is located on the Cleveland Plantation near Westminster, S.
Col. Benjamin and his wife Mary Graves. The Cleveland line is ground zero for me and genealogy. I remember being a teenager and sitting in the New York Public Library on 42nd Street in the genealogy and history room and receiving the three volume Cleveland Genealogy.
And in that genealogy was my great-great-grandmother. What magic that was. How could someone I was related to be in a book. Later on, the Clevelands were the first.
This genealogy file contains seven generations of Abraham Doolittle's descendants plus the children of the seventh generation are included so there are eight generations of names. It is organized by generation and each name is in the file twice, once as a child in the parent's family and once as a parent in his or her own family assuming there is one.
This book needs to be corrected due to the wrong information being printed on Page regarding the 2nd husband of widow Margaret Baldridge Henry.
On Page of this book,it states that Moses Henry's widow, Margaret Baldrige, after Moses' death, married Milton Gullick. That is s: 1.
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It was formed inand the land records there, might furnish a long list of Revolutionary Soldiers. Since when Alexander Cleveland, Jr., named one of his sons Oliver, there has circulated the family tradition that the "Southern" Clevelands had descended from an illegitimate son of Oliver Cromwell, and Col.
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