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THE GENEALOGY 



OP THE 



CLEVELAND and CLEAVELAND 

FAMILIES 



AN ATTEMPT 

TO TRACK, TS BOTH THE MALE AND THE FEMALE 

LINES, THE POSTERITY OF 

MOSES 1 CLEVELAND 

WHO CAME FROM IPSWICH, COUNTY SUFFOLK, ENGLAND, ABOUT 1635* 
WAS OF WOBURN, MIDDLESEX COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS ; OF 

ALEXANDER 1 CLEVELAND 

OF PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA ; AND OF ANCIENT 
AND OTHER CLEVELAND^ IN ENGLAND, 
AMERICA, AKI> ELSEWHERE; WITH 
NUMEROUS BIOGRAPHI- 
CAL SKETCHES ; AND 
CONTAINING 

ANCESTRIES OP MANY OP THE HUSBANDS AND WIVES 

ALSO A 

BtbUoerapbE of tbc Cleveland) Jamil? 

AND A GENEALOGICAL ACCOUNT OF 

EDWARD WINN OF WOBURN t «*d of OTHER WINN FAMILIES 

COMPILED BY 
O 

EDMUND JANES 1 CLEVELAND 

AND 

HORACE GILLETTE 1 CLEVELAND 



1Htistrate& 

IN THREE VOLUMES 



Vol. II 



HARTFORD, CONN. 



Copyright, 1899, 
By Edmund Janes Cleveland, Hartford, Conn. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



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RACHEL AUGUSTA 7 CLEVELAND (James Baldwin*, Ichabod', 
Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod*, Moses 2 , Mosesi), m. Hackensack, N. J., Oct. 5, 

1853, as 2d w., Lewis Irish, b. N. Y. city, s: Smiten and Ann (Rum- 
sey). Ch. b. Hackensack: 8147 Sylvania B ,b. Sept. 17, 1854, d. 
H., Sept. 22, 1857. 8148 Irving L. S*, b. Oct. 30, 1858, d. H., 
Mar. 28, i860. 8149 Irving C. s Irish, b. Nov. 29, 1861. 

Lewis Irish, res. Hackensack, 1884, merchant tailor. A well 
known business man and much esteemed. He m. 1st, Catha- 
rine Frances 7 Cleveland -f-2983. 

2983. 

CATHARINE FRANCES 7 CLEVELAND (james Baldwin-), 
d. Hackensack, N. J., Apr. 1, 1853, a. 27, m. H., June 4, 1845, as 
1st w., Lewis Irish. Ch. b. Hackensack : 

4-8150 Ann Elizabeth* Irish, b. Mar. 20, 1846. 

815 1 Katurah* Irish, b. June 15, 1848, m. H., Sept. 29, 
1880, Abraham Bogert, b. Ridgefield Park, N. J., Mar. 31, 1833, 
s. Abraham, 1. Brooklyn, N. Y., grocer merchant. Ch. : Mary 
Augusta 9 Bogert, b. Oct. 3, 1882, Brooklyn. 

8152 Lewis F.* Irish, b. July 16, 1850. Catharine Louise*, b. 
June 21, d. H., Aug. 13, 1853. 

Lewis Irish m. 2d, Rachel Augusta 7 Cleveland +2982. 

2984. 

CathaviVie' WeSteVfield, (Elizabeth*, Ichabod*, Benjamin Norton*, 

ichabod", Moses*), m. in N. J., James Hull, res. Williamsburgh, 
N. Y., 1879 ; dry goods dealer, N. Y. city. Ch. : Mary Eliza 6 , b. 
1830, d. y. ; Sarah 9 , d. y. ; Esther 8 , d. y. 

8153 Adelia* Hull, b. New York city, m. N. Y. c, Stewart. 
Ch. : Archibald" Stewart, 1. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1886. 

8154 Emeline* Hull, b. N. Y. c. Julia* Hull. 

8155 Mary Elizabeth* Hull, b. 1845, New York city. . 

2985. 

Maria 1 Westerfield (Elizabeth*, ichabod*), m. 1834, Robert 
Lawton. She res. New York city, 1879. Ch. b. N. Y. c. : 8156 
Josephine* Lawton, b. 1836, m. N. Y. c, John Craft. Ch. : 3. 
8157 James Hull* Lawton, b. 1838. 8158 Jane Amanda 8 Lawton, 
b. 1840, m. N. Y. c, Charles Williams. Ch. : 2. 

2986. 

. Emeline 7 Westerfield (Elizabeth*, ichabods), d. 1839, a - 26 > m 
John Oakley, he 1. Mich., 1879. Ch. : 

8159 Elizabeth 5 Oakley, b. New York city, m. Mich., 
Thomas Oakley. Ch. : 3. 8160 Emeline*, b. N. Y. c. ; Theodore*, 
b. N. Y. c. ; Harriet* Oakley, b. Mich. 

2987. 

JameS Cleveland 1 Westerfield (Elizabeth*, Ichabod*, Benjamin 

Norton*, ichabods, Moses"), m. New York city, July 4, 1836, Jane 
Dennis. Ch. b. N. Y. city : 



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8161 Sarah Jane* Westerfield, b. Dec. 2, 1837, m. N. Y. c, 
Oct. 31, i860, James T. Craft. Ch. : 10. 8162 Elizabeth* Wester- 
field, b. Jan. 16, 1840, m. N. Y. c, June 29, 1865, Charles H. Con- 
over. Ch. : 5. 8163 Emma D 6 , b. Nov. 9, 1841, d. N. Y. c, 
Dec. 31, 1863, unm. 8164 James Hull 6 Westerfield, b. Apr. 7, 
1844, m. N. Y. c, Nov. 30, 1868, Ellen E. Sullivan. - Ch. : 4. 
8165 William Underhill 6 Westerfield, b. Apr. 20, 1846, d. Feb. 2, 
1877, m. N. Y. c, Apr. 29, 1875, Sarah Smith. Ch. : 1. 8166 
Maria Louisa 6 , b. July 19, 1848, d. Jan. 7, 1849 ; Charles Crane 6 , b. 
Oct 31, 1849, d. Mar. 26, 1854 ; Ellen 6 , b. Sept. 28, 185 1, d. Jan. 
18, 1853. 8167 Josephine Craft 6 Westerfield, b. Apr. 17, 1854, m. 
N. Y. c, Sept. 25, 1873, Edgar Conover. Ch. : 2. 

James Cleveland'' Westerfield resided many years in New 
York city. An efficient officer of Metropolitan Police of N. Y., 
of long service ; he was placed on the retired list, 1880. Resi- 
dence, Passaic, N. J., 1884. 

2988. 

A.delid'' BucJebee (Phebe«, Ichabod 8 , Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod», 

Moses"), d. Newark, N. J., Feb. 27, 1895, a. 81, m. Hackensack, 
N. J., 1835, John J. Small, b. 1814. Have dwelt in Newark, 
N. J., many years, 1895. Ch. : 

+8168 Benjamin Buckbee 6 Small, b. 1837, Hackensack, N. J. 
Son 6 , b. Jan. 1, 1840, Newark, d. Jan. 27, 1840. 

8169 John J? Small, b. 1844, Jamaica, N. Y., m. Newark, 
1874, Ida P. Meeker, I'd N. many years. Ch. : William linger 9 
Small, b. 1876, N. ; Frederick* ,'b. 1877, East Orange, Essex co., 
N. J., d. E. 0., 1879 ; Da. 9 , b. July n, 1883, Newark. 

8170 Helen T 6 Small, b. 1847, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., m. 
Belleville, Essex co., N. J., 1874, Oliver Hazard Perry, 1. New- 
ark, 1883. Ch. b. Belleville: Oliver Hazard 6 Perry, b. 1875; 
Da 9 , b. 1876, d. B., 1876 ; Harold Martin 6 Perry, b. 1878. 

81 7 1 Adelia Claudine 6 Small, b. 1850, Newark, m. Belle- 
ville, 1869, John H. Osborne, 1. Newark. Ch. b. Bell. : Robert 
Seely 9 Osborne, 1870; George Swaine 9 , 1872 ;• Nellie Louise 9 , b. and 
d. B., 1874 ; John Spencer 9 , b. 1876 ; Winfield Hanford 9 Osborne, 
1881 ; Da 9 , May 7, 1883. 8172 George D 6 Small, b. 1852, New- 
ark, m. Bellev., July 10, 1883, Maria Budd, I'd Newark. 8173 
Harry Herbert Small; b. 1854, N., dwelt Newark. 8174 Frank 
Austin 6 Small, b. 1857, N., m. Utah, 1879, Alice Hurlbert, b. 
Eng., 1. Newark. Ch. : Claudine Louie 9 Small, b. i88r, N. 

2989. 

Abigail M. 1 Buekbee (Phoebe*, ichabod«), d. Dec. 30, 1847, a. 
32, m. Hackensack, N. J., Feb., 1844, James Cloyd, he 1. Ho- 
boken, N. J., 1883, ferrymaster at Hoboken for many years. Ch. : 

8175 Adelia 6 Cloyd, b. Jan., 1845, New York city, d. Hob., 
1871, m. Hob., Capt. Samuel Lawson, he 1. Hoboken ; for years 
a sea capt., now retired, s. p. 

8176 Madalene 6 Cloyd, b. July, 1846, H., d. H., 1866, unm. 

2991. 

G-ertVUde 7 JPauliSOfl (Mary«, Ichabod", Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod', 

Moses", Moses»), d. New York city, Jan. 29, 1849, a - 34> m - N. York 



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city, May 16, 1834, as 1st w., Samuel Smith, born Haverstraw, 
Rockland co., N. Y., Nov. 21, 1810, a son Samuel and Mary 
(McKnight). Ch. b. New York city : 

-f-8177 Charles McKnight* Smith, b. Dec. 9, 1835. 

-{-81 78 Josephine Zabriskie* Smith, b. July 15, 1837. 

8179 Helena Doremus* Smith, b. June 19, 1839, m. Jersey 
City, N. J., Mar. 22, 1866, Moses Edgar Orr, born West Pawlet, 
Rutland co., Vt., 1849, a s - Benjamin, 1. Jersey C, 1884, superin- 
tendent of stevedores Old Dominion S. S. Co. Ch. : Edgar Sick- 
les 9 Orr, b. Feb. 22, 1867, W. Pawlet, d. Jersey C, Apr. 22, 1884; 
Minnie Eleva 9 Orr, b. Jan. 24, 1869, Passaic, N. J., d. P., Sept. 15, 
1869; Leroy Sanford 9 Orr, b. Mar. 30, 1870, Jersey C. ; Abraham 
Lincoln 9 Orr,,h. Feb; 12, J. C, d. J. C., Apr. 17, 1872 ; Helena Ger- 
trude 9 Orr, b. Jan. 3, 1877, J. C; Benjamin Samuel 9 Orr, b. Feb. 
11, 1878, J. C. 

8180 Scott McKnight* Smith,h. June 16, 1841, d. N. Y. city, 
Aug. 8, 1842. 

81 81 Gertrude Paulison* Smith, b. Sept. 9, 1843, m. Jersey 
City, Get. 23, 1865, John Granger Sandford, b. J. C, as.; of Mat- 
teawan, Dutchess co., N. Y., hatter. Ch. b. M.: Joseph Munn 9 
Sandford, Nov. 26, 1866 ; Charles Henry 9 Sandford, Sept. 11, 1868 ; 
Mary L. 9 Sandford, Feb. 25, 1871; Howard V. 9 Sandford, b. Apr. 
7, 1872, d. Mar. 28, 1878; Annie 9 Sandford, b. 1882. 

+8182 Samuel Greenwood* Smith, b. Feb. 13, 1845. 

8183 Edgar Paulison*, b. Sept. 3, 1847, d. N. Y. city, May 
23, 1848. 

Mr. Samuel Smith resided at Haverstraw to 1835 ; N. York 
city, salesman for Henry B. Greenwood, grocer, to 183 1; coal 
dealer to 1833 ; merchant to May, i860, when he retired from 
business and rem. to Brooklyn, N. Y., where he still res., 1884. 
He is an energetic man, and has always been highly respected. 
He m. 2d, N. Y. city, May, 185 1, Jane Bertholf, b. Hackensack, 
May 29, 1815, a da. John and Martha. Ch. b. N. Y. c: William 
James Smith, b. Dec. 30, 1850, m. Brooklyn, Mar., 1880, Nettie 
Isdell. Clerk Commercial Ins. Co., N. Y. Ch.: William James 
Smith, d. Brooklyn, 1883; William James Smith (ag.), b. May, 
1884; Frank Poillon Smith, b. Dec. 5, 1854, m. Jersey C, Mar. 

28, 1822, Ada Louisa Krugler, b. J. C, Jan. 25, 1855, a da. Chas. 
Louis and Louisa (Smith), 1. Brookl., shipping broker and com- 
mission merch. in N. Y., s. p.; Martha Bertholf Smith, b. 1858, 
uhm., 1. Brookl.; Mary Elizabeth Smith, b. 1861, unm., of B. 

2992. 

Catharine Ann 1 PaUliSOn (Marys, i c habod<s, Benjamin Norton*, 

ichabod", Moses"), m. New York city, Oct. 12, 1835, William James 
Boggs, b. Troy, N. Y., Apr. 7, 1813, d. Passaic, N. J., May 15, 
1872, only s. William and Sarah (Jones). Ch. b. N. Y. city : 

8184 William Dorian* Boggs, b. Oct. 15, 1836, d. Hack., July 

29, 1837. 

+8185 Mary Elizabeth* Boggs, b. Aug. 14, 1838. 

8186 Emma Harriet* Boggs, born May 6, 1840, m. Passaic, 
June, 1869, Charles Solomon Orcutt, a s. Of Passaic, 1884. R. 
R. ticket agent, s. p. 



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+8187 Joseph Paulison* Boggs, b. Feb. 23, 1844. 

8188 George Henry* Boggs, b. Oct. 1, 1845. 

8189 Theodore Pardon* Boggs, b. June 15, 1847, m. Passaic, 
June 5, 1884, Mrs. Jennie (Lillie) Hubbell of Santa Rosa, Cal., 
wid. of Charles Hubbell, da. Dr. John H. He is connected with 
Central National Bank of N. Y. They were m. by Rev. S. G. 
Smith. — Home Journal, Morris Phillips c^ Co., N, Y., June 11, 
1884. 

8190 Walter James* Boggs, b. July 26, 1850. 

Mrs. Catharine Ann 1 {Paulison) Smith resided at Hackensack 
to 1 83 1, New York city to 1861, and since at Passaic (1895). 
William James Boggs was, in early life, accountant for a hard- 
ware house in N. Y. He was for a number of years Secretary 
of the National Fire Insurance co. of N. Y., of which co. Hon. 
Henry Thayer Drowne was at the time, and is still, President 
(1897). Mr. Boggs was well known in the insurance business 
of New York. 

2993. 

Elizabeth 7 Paulison (Mary»), died Apr. 27, 1846, a. 26, m. 
New York city, Oct. 26, 1840, as 1st w., Joseph W. Shenstone. 
Ch.: 81 9 1 William Thomas* Shenstone, d. June 3, 1843. 

Joseph W. Shenstone m. 2d, Campbell, res. Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1884. Ch.: 6. 

2994. 

tfohn Paul 7 J*auliSOn (Mary», Ichabod B , Benjamin Norton*, Icha- 

bod s , Moses 8 , Moses*), d. at Tenafly, Bergen co., N. J., May 30, 1895, 
a; 72, m. by Rev. William Parkinson, in New York, N. Y., May 
11, 1842, Margaret Ann Smith, b. in New York, N. Y., June 20, 
1822, d. at Tenafly, May 15, 1878, a daughter of Joseph Drake 
and Clarissa (Traphagen) Smith. Ch. b. in New York city : 

+8192 Joseph Drake* Paulison, b. Oct. 5, 185 1. 

-j-8193 Clara* Paulison, b. Dec. 4, 1853. 

-j-8194 Mary* Paulison, b. Feb. 8, 1856. 
8195 John Paul*, b. Dec. 28, 1858, d. N. Y. city, Mar. 31, 
1861. 

Mr. John Paul 7 Paulison, residence : Hackensack, N. J., to 
1833, New York city to 1873, and always afterward at Tenafly. 

Undoubtedly no person' in the city of New York had a bet- 
ter right to be called a self-made man than Mr. Paulison. As a 
youth he was well informed, active, and of quick perception. 
These qualities and an aptitude for business procured for him, 
when only 1 2 years of age, a clerkship in the mercantile house 
of Henry B. Greenwood in New York. In 1848 he was called 
to a position in the office of the Atlantic Mutual Marine Insur- 
ance Company of New York. In time, he was appointed ac- 
countant of the company, serving until 1852, when, in consider- 
ation of his abilities, he was elected secretary of the company. 
In 1855 he was promoted to a vice-presidency of that company. 
Declining the office, however, he accepted the vice-presidency 
of the Astor Mutual Marine Insurance Co., and served until 
1856. Then he went into business on his own account as an 
average adjuster, insurance broker, notary, agent and under- 







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writer for a number of insurance companies out of the state. In 
1867 he was elected vice-president of the Sun Mutual Marine 
Insurance Company of New York, of which the late Hon. Moses 
H. Grinnell was then president, and accepted the office. Mr. 
Grinnell, having been appointed by President Grant, in 1869, 
collector for the port of New York, Mr. Paulison was then 
elected president of the Sun Insurance Co. and continuously 
held that office until the company discontinued business in 1886. 
He was appointed, July 26, 1879, receiver for the Sun Insurance 
Co., and was also receiver for the Columbian Marine Insurance 
Co. of N. Y., and wound up the affairs of these institutions. Mr. 
Paulison was for many years a member of the Board of Marine 
Underwriters of N. Y., and was for some time its vice-president 
and acting president, and also vice-president of the American 
Shipmasters' Association ; a member of the Association of Av- 
erage Adjusters of the U. S., of which he acted as chairman 
during 1888-9. Was a member of the New York Chamber of 
Commerce from Nov. 7, 1878, of the Maritime Association of 
the Port of New York, of the American Geographical Society, 
of the Holland Society of New York, of the St. Nicholas Soci- 
ety of New York, of the New York Historical Society, an old 
member of the Seventh New York Regiment, formerly the 
Twenty- seventh, having joined 1841, and afterward was a mem- 
ber of the Veteran Corps. In 1873 Mr. Paulison removed into 
his new and eiegant residence at Tenafly. Always a student 
of the sciences, and a great lover of astronomy, he built, many 
years ago, on his grounds at Tenafly, an astronomical observa- 
tory containing a powerful telescope and other accessories for 
the examination and study of the heavenly bodies. In the con- 
struction of this observatory he invented and put into operation 
appliances which are great improvements on former methods. 

Mr. Paulison has always taken the deepest interest in the 
welfare and progress of our country, voting for whom he con- 
sidered the most worthy candidate for public office. During 
the political overturning in 1884 he was from Sept. 23d a mem- 
ber of the Independent Republican New York State Committee. 

From an editorial notice in The United States Insurance Ga- 
zette and Magazine, Edited by G. E. Currie, May, 1869, XXIX : 33 
— The acceptance of the position of Collector of Customs by 
Mr. Grinnell rendered his resignation as president of the Sun 
Mutual Ins. Co. an imperative necessity, — a position he has oc- 
cupied since the death of A. B. Neilson. Upon the resignation 
of Mr. Grinnell, the trustees, at a meeting Apr. 12, 1869, elected 
John P. Paulison, Esq., vice-president, to fill the vacancy. With 
regard to the newly-elected president, John P. Paulison, Esq., 
whom we have personally known for the last sixteen years, we 
can affirm, without the slightest hesitation or mental reserva- 
tion, that he is a thoroughbred practical underwriter, having 
been educated and trained up under the immediate instruction 
of the late celebrated Walter R. Jones, and for a time held an 
important position in the world^renowned Atlantic Mutual Ins. 
Co. of Wall street. As an average adjuster of marine losses, 
and his familiar acquaintance with the customs and laws which 
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1008 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

States. There are few men in the business who have made 
marine insurance so long and so ardent a study, and who have 
gathered around them so large and so valuable a library on the 
subject, or who take greater delight in mastering the mysteries 
or technicalities of their profession as John P. Paulison. That 
he is a worker, as well as a thinker, is manifest from the success 
which has attended his management since he became officially 
connected with the company. As a private gentleman, he is 
free from ostentation, arrogance, or pride, possessing a gener- 
ous and agreeable disposition, and always having a kind word 
to say of his business associates, with a cheerful smile and cour- 
teous greeting to all his business patrons ; as a necessary se- 
quence he enjoys their confidence and friendship. In a word, 
he makes a genuine, popular president. 

The following publications each contain a biographical 
sketch and portrait of Mr. John P. Paulison ; History of Bergen 
and Passaic Counties, N. J., with Biographical Sketches of Pioneers 
and Prominent Men, Compiled by N. Woodford Clayton and William 
Nelson, A.M., Recording Secretary of the New Jersey Historical Soc, 
1882 ; Holland- American Year Book, 1888, with Sketches of Promi- 
nent Descendants of Holland, Morris Custer, Editor, p. 11. 

Mr. Paulison, author of marine insurance publications — see 
Bibliography, Chapter IV. A liberal subscriber to this gene- 
alogy. 

2995. 

CharleS McKntghf % J?auli80n (Mary", Ichabod", Benjamin 

Norton*, ichabod*, Moses», Mosesi), d. at Tucson, Arizona, Oct. 22, 1881, 
a. 57, m. by Rev. W. W. Evarts in New York city, Apr. 6, 1846, 
Anna Shephard, b. in New York city, Apr. 1/1826, da. of Wil- 
liam and Catharine (Conrey) Shephard. Children b. New York 
city : 

-(-81 96 Washington* Paulison, b. Aug. 4, 1847. 8197 Charles 
Shephard* Paulison, b. Oct. 24, 1852, d. at Passaic, N. J., Aug. 18, 
1873, unm. 

Hon. Charles McKnighf Paulison entered upon the activities of 
life at a very early age, and soon developed a spirit that ever af- 
terward reached out for new fields of action. He studied law in 
the city of N. Y. He began the practice of his profession, 1848, 
in Syracuse, N. Y. After a short period he entered mercantile 
life in N. Y. city and acquired some property. When Califor- 
nia gold was discovered, he was among the first to migrate to 
the new Eldorado ; went to San Francisco 1849. Engaged in 
coal business, had the monopoly and made a considerable for- 
tune. He lost heavily in the fire of May, 1851. He soon be- 
came a leading spirit in all that was calculated to advance the 
material interests of the new settlement. Took a prominent 
part in the formation of the municipal government of San Fran- 
cisco, and was one of the first aldermen, being elected, 1851, 
over his opponent for the office, William Walker, subsequently 
the noted filibuster of Nicaragua. Mr. Paulison was appointed 
July 28, 185 1, chairman of the judiciary committee of the Com- 
mon Council. He introduced the ordinance for the establish- 
ment of free public schools. During the supremacy of the 



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vigilance committee, he took decided ground as a member of 
the city govt, against that organization. He was one of the 
posse of Sheriff Jack C. Hays, the noted Texan ranger, that res- 
cued Whittaker and McKenzie from the custody of that body, 
who, however, afterward again seized and hung them. Mr. 
Paulison left San Francisco Sept., 1851, returned to N. Y. city. 
Engaged in real estate operations in N. Y. city until 1859, when 
he removed to Passaic. He took an active part in the politics 
of the day. His name will always be remembered with a rare 
distinction in the political history of our country, for as delegate 
from New Jersey, he was one of the 40 men who met at the 
Astor House, N. Y., 1856, and organized the Republican party 
on the platform of "free speech, free soil, free men, and Fre- 
mont." He was a delegate from N. J. in the first Republican 
National Convention at Pittsburg, Pa., Feb., 1856, and was ap- 
pointed a member of the original committee on the plan of na- 
tional organization of the new party. He was a delegate from 
N. J. in the National Republican Convention at Philadelphia, 
Pa., June 17, 1856, nominating the free-soil candidates: for 
President, Gen. John Charles Fremont of Cal.; for Vice-Presi- 
dent, Hon. William Lewis Dayton of N. J. See JV. Y. Times, 
Aug. 11, 1879 : The Republican Party, its origin and its growth — C. 
M. K. Paulison representing N. J. in the first Republican Na- 
tional Executive Committee. 

Mr. Paulison was also a member of N. J. State Republican 
Central Committee, and took an active part for Fremont. 
When the Internal Revenue Bureau was organized, 1863, Lin- 
coln's first term, Mr. Paulison was appointed the first collector 
for the old 4th, the District of Northern N. J., Bergen, Passaic, 
Morris, and Sussex counties, and townships of Essex co. ; he re- 
signed 1870. In 1864-5 he purchased at Acquackanonck Land- 
ing nearly all the real estate constituting the present city of 
Passaic, which he founded, and proceeded to lay out streets. 
There is hardly an improvement in the city that he did not be- 
gin. He threw farm lands into market, and they became valu- 
able building lots and the sites of residences of wealthy New 
Yorkers. Had he waited for the rise of property and invested 
his money carefully, he would have become a millionaire. His 
profits in real estate were large, but he was always over san- 
guine and continually invested in new enterprises. He pro- 
jected and was a large owner in the Passaic water- works, and 
in many other ways proved his value as a good citizen. He was 
passionately fond of music, and for several years was president 
of the Philharmonic Society of N. Y. He loved nature and flow- 
ers and laid out a beautiful park, erected the finest conservato- 
ries in N. J., which he stocked with the choicest botanical col- 
lections. He commenced an immense castle for a residence, 
which, if completed, would have been the finest mansion in N. 
J. But, although the plans were subsequently reduced to one- 
half, he failed to reach the roof, and the building stood for some 
time a magnificent pile of unfinished architecture. The panic 
of 1873 compelled him to abandon its further construction. It 
became the property of the insurance company that advanced 
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the money, but was, subsequent to his death, purchased by the 
authorities of the city of Passaic, and is now (1894-5) used as a 
city hall. He had the satisfaction of seeing Passaic grow from 
a village to an incorporated city of 6,000 inhabitants. Not los- 
ing courage, he went to Eastern Tenn., started a new enter- 
prise, bought heavily of walnut timber. Had the Cinn. & South- 
ern R. R. been completed, as contemplated, to afford access to 
market, he would have retrieved his fortunes. He returned to 
Passaic. Becoming restive under inaction, he accompanied to 
Arizona his old friend, Gen. Fremont, with whom he became 
connected in the development of the resources of that state. 
By Pres. Hayes he was appointed Register of the Land Office 
of Arizona, at Tucson, holding the office till 1881, when he en- 
gaged in mining and real estate enterprises in Arizona. He 
wrote and published a valuable pamphlet on Arizona. See 
Bibliography, Chap. IV. He had been suffering with a disease 
which finally resulted in his death. Newark, N. J., Daily Adver- 
tiser j N. Y. Times ; N. Y. Herald, etc., Oct. 25, 1881 — contained 
obituaries ; his decease was noticed by the press generally. 
His funeral occurred Nov. 9, 1881, from First M. E. church, Pas- 
saic ; burial in Cedar Lawn Cemetery near Paterson, N. J. 
Mrs. Anna (Shephard) Paulison res. in Passaic 1881-96. 

2998. 

WeleM 7 PauliSOfl (Mary «, Ichabod», Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod 3 , Moses"), 

d. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1894, a. 63, m. New York city June 7, 
1855, Samuel B. Fritts, he d. Philadelphia, Pa., ab. 1892. Resi- 
dence Passaic, N. J., 1884, coal merchant in N. Y. city. Ch.: 
8198 Fanny Gordon Fritts, b. Apr. 17, 1856, Passaic, d. May 12, 
i860. 8199 William Arthur 8 Fritts, b. June 25, 1858, Jersey City, 
N. J. Of N. Y. city, clerk. 8200 Charles Faulison* Fritts, b. 
Feb. 19, Jersey City, d. July 18, i860. 

8201 Georgiana* Fritts, b. Jan. 2, 1865, Passaic, N. J., m., 
res. since ab. 1890 at Albany. Ch. : Son" and Daughter 9 . 

8202 De Witt Clinton 8 Fritts, )b. Nov. 11, 1870, Passaic, 

8203 Herbert DeForest* Fritts, \ N. J. 

2999. 

WILLIAM HENRY' CLEVELAND (Benjamin Norton', Icha- 
bod*, Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod^, Moses 2 , Mosesi), d. at his Country Seat, 

Bloomfield, N. J., Oct. 3, 1881, a. 59, m. 1st, Newark, N. J., Nov. 
22, 1853, Fanny Gordon, b. New York city 1831, d. Newark Jan. 
19, 1872, a da. Leonard and Catherine (Van Duser). He m. 2d, 
N. Y. c, Dec. 8, 1874, Mrs. Elizabeth (Van Winkle) Richards, b. 
Rutherford, Harrison, Bergen co., N. J., May 1838, wid. Henry 
Edward Richards, da. Walling and Annie (Herring). Ch. b. 
Newark by 1st m. : 8204 Frank Philip 8 , b. Dec. 8, d. 9, 1854. 
8205 Edgar Hamilton 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 24, 1856, unm. ; 
res. Newark, 1886. For a number of years a salesman in N. Y. 
city with a hat jobbing house. 

8206 Leonard Gordon 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 19, i860, d. 
Newark Jan. 5, 1881, unm. Newark Daily Advertiser, Jan. 5, 1881; 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. iqh 

Leonard. G. Cleveland d. suddenly at residence of his uncle, P. W. Vail. He had 
been complaining of vertigo, but retired well as usual. Early this morning his bro. was 
awakened by his heavy breathing, and he d. in a few minutes. He was an intelligent, 
promising young man. His death is deeply deplored. 

8207 Fannie 8 , b. May 4, d. Aug. 7, 1861. 

8208 William Henry 7 Cleveland, b. Oct. 16, 1863, unm., 
1. Newark. 2d m. : s. p. 

William Henry 7 Cleveland resided in Newark and New 
York city. Newark Daily Advertiser, Oct. 3, 1884 — Obituary : 

William H. Cleveland, who has been seriously ill for some months, d. this 
morning. He came to Newark when a young man and engaged in the trunk and bag busi- 
ness with Edgar Farmer, in Division street, and subsequently on Mulberry street. He 
was of retiring disposition, but of strong, generous impulses, and did many charitable 
deeds, of which the public knew nothing. Of late years he has been less identified with 
Newark than in his earlier. 

Many years of the firm Edgar Farmer & Co., New York. 

Mrs. Elizabeth (Van Winkle) [Richards] Cleveland res. 
Bloomfield. She m. 1st, Rutherford, Henry Edward Richards, 
b. Newark 1822, d. Bloomf. Oct. 28, 1872, a s. Leonard and 
Elizabeth (Vance), wholesale grocer, partner with his bro., 
David Willard Richards, Newark. Ch. : Willard Richards ; 
Harry Edward Richards m. Miss Nelly Van Liew ; Leonard 
Richards m. Carrie Dodd, da. Amzi. Ch. : 1. Lilian Richards; 
Louis Richards ; Inf. d. s. 

3000. 

SARAH 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin Norton", Ichabod», Benjamin Nor- 
ton*, ichabod*, Moses»), m. Passaic, N. J., June 14, 1 849, Edgar Farmer, 
b. Oak Hill, N. Y., 1824, d. Newark, N. J., May 15, 1876, a s. 
William Carleton and Margaret (Grey). Ch. b. Newark : 

-J- 8 209 Martha Rosaline* Farmer, b. July 4, 1850. 

8210 William Edgar 9 Farmer, b. June 3, 1852, d. N. July 29, 

1854. 

-f-8211 William Cleveland 9 Farmer, b. Aug. 5, 1855. 

8212 Mary Macauly* Farmer, b. Apr. 11, 1864. 

8213 Edgar Frank* Farmer, b. Mar. 23, 1867. 

Edgar Farmer resided at Newark, where his widow still res. 
1889. Successful manufacturer and merchant. In- 1842 he or- 
ganized the firm Galpin & Farmer, manufacturers of and deal- 
ers in trunks and traveling bags. His partner retired 1847, and 
Mr. Farmer continued business in his own name until he admit- 
ted as partners his brother, Thomas G. Farmer, and William 
Henry 7 Cleveland +2999, the firm being Edgar Farmer & Co. 
always afterward, with factory at Newark and warerooms in 
N. Y. city. Thomas' G. Farmer retired 1856 ; since 1881 William 
Cleveland 8 Farmer and William Henry Peck have been the 
only constituents of the firm. 

3002. 

JAMES MANNING 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin Norton", Ichabod*, 
Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod', Moses', Mosesi), b. Passaic, N. J., Mar. l6, 1829, 

unm. ; resided many years at Hackensack, N. J. ; res. Passaic, 
N. J., 1895. For many years salesman in the New York estab- 
lishment of Edgar Farmer & Co., now, 1895-7, Headley & Far- 
mer Co. His life has been one of activity, with close attention 
to business. 



IO i2 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3004. 

ICHABOD 7 CLEVELAND (lchabod«, Ichabode, Benjamin Norton*, 

ichabod", Moses^, Mosesi), m. ist, Hackensack, N. J., Jan. 16, 1843, 
Margaret Godfell Oldis, b. Paramus, N. J., May 16, 1817, d. 
New York city Sept. 9, 1862, only da. Benjamin and Ann (Van- 
derbeck). He m. 2d, Hudson City, N. J., now Jersey City 
Heights, Nov. 21, 1867, Mrs. Margaret (Duryea) Zabriskie, b. 
Tappan, N. Y., May 16, 182 1, wid. Albert Zabriskie, a da. James 
and Christina (Herring). Ch. by ist m. : 

+ 8214 Benjamin Franklin 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 22, 1844, 
New York city; 8215 Mary Augusta 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 29, 
1846, Hack., d. H. Jan. 28, 1851. 8216 George Washington 8 
Cleveland, b. Apr. 25, 1849, H., unm. Soldier in a Brooklyn, 
N. Y., reg. 2 years; he re-enlisted in U. S. Regular Army, par- 
ticipated in many battles in late war. Was in mines of Cal. ; 
res. Kansas 1884 ; carpenter, builder. > 

+8217 William Henry 8 Cleveland,* b. Dec. 13, 1851, 
Hackensack. 8218 Emma Louisa 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 22, 1853, 
H., m. Jersey C Nov. 22, 1869, John Butler Hadden, b. N. Y. c. 
May 22, 1840, only s. Thomas, 1. Jersey C, superintendent of 
stevedores, Lehigh Valley R. R., Pier 2, North River. Ch. b. 
J. C. : Eliza* Hadden, b. Feb. 12, d. J. C. Apr. 14, 187 1 ; George 
Cleveland 9 Hadden, b. Mar. 16, 1872 ; Garrett Sneden 9 Hadden, b. 
July io, 1874. 2d m. : s. p. 

Ichabod 7 Cleveland lived at Tottenville, N. Y., to Aug. 17, 
1837, Hackensack to 1842, Tot. ag. to 1843, N. Y. c. to 1845, 
Hack. ag. to 1854, N. Y. c. ag. to 1862, Cypress Hill, N. Y. to 
1865, N. Y. c. ag. to 1867, since at Jersey C. Heights (1895). At 
Hackensack he learned blacksmithing. In 1884-92 watchman 
N. Y., L. E. & W. R. R. freight depot, Jersey C. 

Mrs. Margaret G. (Oldis) Cleveland was run over by horses, 
by the carelessness of driver, and died from injuries. Margaret 
Duryea m. ist, Tappan, Albert Zabriskie, b. 1827, d. T, 1853, I'd 
N. Y. c, express. Ch. : Maria Zabriskie, m. William 7 Cleveland 
+3008 ; Margaret Zabriskie m. David Essex. Ch. : 7 — Allie 
Essex, Richard Essex, 2 Da. ; David Essex, 2 Sons. 

3005. 

JAMES HENRY 7 CLEVELAND (ichabod", Ichabod*, Benjamin 

Norton*, ichabod", Moses"), m. Nyack, N. Y., June 29, 1848, Margaret 
Lydecker, b. N., 1824, a da. Dwelt Nyack to 1854, since at 
Elmira, N. Y., 1884, wheelwright and carpenter. From 1859 
has been foreman Erie R. R. shops, Elmira. Ch. : 8219 Alena 
Olevia 8 , b. Apr. 15, d. Aug. 7, 1849. 

8220 Edward Henry 8 Cleveland, b. July 17, 1854, unm., 
1. Brooklyn, N. Y., studying law in New York city, 1884. 

3007. 

MARY ELIZA 7 CLEVELAND (ichabod*, Ichabod*, Benjamin Nor- 
ton*, ichabod*, Moses*), m. Hackensack, N. J., June 13, 1854, Clemens 
Brown, b. Switzerland, Oct. 18, 1828, d. Louisville, Del., Aug. 
15, 1878, a s. John and Elizabeth. Ch. : 



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IOI3 



8221 Helena* Brown, b. Oct. 25, 1855, Hack., m. 1880, 
Albert Lupkins, 1. New York city, 1884, restaurant, s. p. 

8222 Adeline*, \ b. Dec. 22, 1856, H., d. H., Aug. 8, 1857. 

8223 Evangeline*, \ b. Dec. 22, 1856, H., d. N. Y. c, Apr. 24, 
1862. 

8224 Stephen Henry* Brown, b. Sept. 27, 1859, N. Y. c, ra. 
N. Y. c, July 16, 1882, Matilda Comes, b. N. Y. c, 1864, only 
da. Thomas and. Eliza, 1. Jersey City, N. J., painter. Ch. : 
Evangeline" Brown, b. Mar. 28, J. C, d. J. C, May 25, 1883. 

Ellsworth*, ] b. Sept. 5, 1862, N. Y. c, d. N. Y. 
I c, Oct., 1862. 

8225 Winfield Scott*, f b. Sept. 5, 1862, N. Y. c, d. N. Y. 

J c, Nov. 19, 1862. 

8226 Ichabod Cleveland*, ) b. and d. N. Y. city, Apr. 29, 1866. 

8227 Clemens*, ) b. and d. N. Y. city, Apr. 2-9, 1866. 
Elizabeth* Brown, b. and d. New York city, Jan. 9, 

1867. 

8228 Ellsworth* Brown (ag.), b. June 9, 1868, New York 
city 

Capt. Clemens Brown lived at Hackensack to 1859, N. Y. c. 
to 1871, Port Richmond, Richmond co., N. Y., to 1872, Jersey 
C. af. where his widow res. Was captain of a river steamer. 
Afterward had an interest in a wrecking machine which he 
operated. He d. from injuries received from a negro ruffian, 
his hired man, during a qnarrel, just after he came from water 
in his diving bell. 

3008. 

WILLIAM 7 CLEVELAND (lchabod«, Ichabode, Benjamin Norton*, 

ichabod", Moses^), m. 1st, English Neighborhood, now Englewood, 
Bergen co., N. J., Mar. 19, 1862, Maria Zabriskie, b. Nov. 6, 
1843, d. Jersey City Heights, Jersey C, N. J., Oct. 25, 1882, a 
da. Albert and Margaret (Duryea). He m. 2d, J. C, May 23, 
1884, Frances Abigail Jane Sickelmore, b. Brighton, orig. 
Brighthelmstone, Sussex co., Eng., July 1, 1848, a da. Clifford 
and Frances Ann (Goldsmith), res. Jersey City, car decorator, 
Pa. R. R. Both m. : s. p. 

3010. 

RICHARD THOMPSON 7 CLEVELAND (ichabod<>, ichabod*, 

Benjamin Norton*, Ichabods, Moses*), m. New YOrk city, June 13, 1869, 

Jemima Adelaide Merritt, b. N. Y. c, Feb. "6, 1847, a da. William 
and Catharine (Crum). Ch. b. N. Y. city : 8229 Edward Love 8 , 
b. Jan. 15, 1871, d. N. Y. c, Jan. 24, 1873. 

8230 Louisa Adelaide 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 24, 1872, 1873. 
Justina Graham 8 , b. Oct. 17, 1876, d. N. Y. c, Apr. 7, 1878. 

8231 Justina Graham 8 Cleveland (ag.), b. June 9, 1879. 

8232 Juliette Debillier 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 18, 1882. 
Richard Thompson 8 Cleveland resided Tottenville, N. Y., 

to 1852, Hackensack, N. J., to 1862, N. Y. city since (1895), 
wood turner. From 1874 was a member of N. Y. City Fire 
Ins. Patrol, 90th st. station (1884), Insurance, 1892. 



IO i4 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3011. 

ANN ELIZA' CLEVELAND (Henry Traphagen«, Ichabodf, Ben- 
jamin Norton 4 , ichabod", Moses"), d. New York city, June 21, 1886, a. 62, 
m. N. Y. c, May 25, 1848, William Tooper, b. Albany, N. Y., 
May 11, 1824, d. N. Y. c, Mar. 21, 1870, a s. Peter and Ellen 
(Smith). Ch. b. N. Y. city : 

8233 Mortimer Granville* Tooper, b. Apr. 25, 1849, d. N. Y. 
c, Dec. 3, 1878, m. Fishkill, N. Y., Apr. 30, 1873, Henrietta Van 
Steenburgh, b. F., Mar., 1855, a 'da. James and Abigail (Hal- 
stead), 1. N. Y. c, commercial traveler for wooden warehouse. 
His wid. 1. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1884. Ch. : Frances Genevieve", 
b. Feb. 3, 1877, P., d. N. Y. c, 1878 ; Mortimer Shipman" Tooper, 
b. Sept. 2i, 1878, N. Y. c. 

8234 Ida 6 , ) b. Oct. 5, 1851. 

8235 Ella*, jb. Oct. 5, 185 1, d. N. Y. c, Oct. 5, 1851. 

8236 Genevieve Louise* Tooper, b. Dec. 17, 1854, m. N. Y. c, 
Apr. 11, 1 87 1, Henry Alpheus Lee, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 5, 
1 841, a s. John Francis and Catharine (Heyniger), 1. N. Y. .city, 
of firm Napheys [George D.] & Lee [T. W. Burger, special], 
mfrs., tin cans, pails, and boxes, N. Y. c. Was member 13th 
N. Y. reg., at Bull Run, Va., battle 1861 ; lost his health in the 
army. Ch. : Genevieve 9 Lee, b. Nov. 7, 1874, Plainfield, N. J., d. 
N. Y. c, Apr. 5, 1879. 

8237 Willena HatHe* Tooper, b. Apr. 27, 1859, m. N. Y. c, 
Aug. 3, 1876, Alison Erskine Mosier, b. Lockport, 111., Nov. 26, 
1853, a s. Harvey and Morcia Eloise (Eddy), 1. N. Y. c, ac- 
countant for grain elevator. Ch. b. N. Y. c. : Alena" Mosier, b. 
Aug. 16, 1876, d. N. Y. c, Jan. 14, 1882 ; De Lano Erskine*, b. 
Mar. 7, 1879, d. N. Y. c, Jan. 19, 1882 ; William Tooper", b. May 
18, 1880, d. N. Y. c, Jan. 22, 1882 ; Winthrop" Mosier, b. Sept. 
11, 1883. 

William Tooper resided in New York city. Commenced 
business life an accountant for wholesale grocers. In 1847 was 
of Haight [Charles] & Tooper, provision merchants, N. Y. to 
1882, when he organized the firm James G. Powers & Co. 
[William Tooper, Allan B. Potter], wholesale grocers, con- 
tinuing with them always afterward. 

3012. 

ISAAC 7 CLEVELAND (Nicholas«, Ichabode, Benjamin Norton 4 , Icha- 

tods, Moses>), m. Tapparitown, N. Y., Mar. 6, 185 1, Jeannette 
Demarest, b. River Vale, N. J., Mar. 10, 1833, da. James and 
Jane (Wortendyke), res. River Vale, 1885, chair manufacturer. 
Ch. b. River Vale : 

-f-8238 James William 9 Cleveland, b. Sept. 23, 1851. 

8239 Mary Catharine 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 22, 1853, m. 
Paskack, Bergen co„ N. J., Jan. 1, 1870, Abram Storms, b. West 
Paskack, Aug. 23, 1847, s. Staats and Eliza Ann (Johnson), 1. 
Paskack. Ch. b. P. : Jeannette" Storms, b. Feb. 10, 1874, d. Aug. 
28, 1885 ; George Anna" Storms, b. June 7, 1875. 

8240 Sarah Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 1, 1855, m. 
River V., Feb. 21, 1878, William De Mott, b. Englewood, N. J., 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



IOI5 



Mar. 6, 1852, s. Jacob M. and Belinda J. (Vanderbeck), 1. Engle- 
wood. Ch. b. River V. : Cyrus 9 De Mott, Jan. 30, 1878 ; Warren*, 
July 10, 188 1 ; Elmer 3 De Mott, Nov. 7, 1885. 

8241 Margaret Ann 8 Cleveland, b.. Aug. 15, 1857, m. 
River V., Nov. 24, 1875, John H. De Wolf, b. Tappan, N. Y., 
Oct. 7, 1853, s. Martin and Catharine (Herring), 1. Old Tappan, 
N. Y., farmer. Ch. b. Tappan : Charles* De Wolf, June 9, 1880 ; 
Annie 9 , Aug. 5, 1881. 8242 Martha 6 , b. Dec. 22, 1858, d. River 
V., Dec. 29, 1869. 

+8243 Nicholas 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 12, 1861. 

8244 Demarest 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 23, 1870. 

3013. 

SARAH 7 CLEVELAND (Nicholas's, Ichabode, Benj. Norton*, Ichabods, 

Moses a ), m. River Vale, N. J., Jan. 24, 1856, Claudius O. Collig- 
non or Cologran, b. Harrington tp., N. J., Dec. 8, 1830, a s. Peter 
and Mary (Perry). Ch. b. River Vale : 

8245 Peter C. B Collignon, b. Oct. 19, 1856, m. New York 
city, Aug. 5, 1875, Bella E. Ward, da. George and Margaret 
(Graff), 1. bet. River V. and Closter, N. J., 1886, accountant for 
Collignon's Mills. Ch.: Raymond C. 9 Collignon, b. June 11, 1876, 
Closter; Isabelle M 9 , May 18, 1880, Westwood, Bergen co., N. J.; 
Da. 9 , Sept. 7, 1886. 

8246 Sarah Louisa 9 Collignon, b. May 20, 1858, m. Closter, 
Feb. 8, 1874, James H. Tuers, b. Washington ville, Bergen co., 
N. J., s. John and Maria (Sipp), 1. Washingtonv., wood turner 
with C. Collignon. Ch.: Jennie 9 Tuers, b. Mar. 7, 1875, River V.; 
Irena 9 , Sept. 15, 1876, R. V.; Delia 9 , b. Apr. 26, 1879, Westw., d. 
Oct. 15, 1880 ; Claudius O. 9 Tuers, b. July 8, 1881, Westw. 

8247 Eveline* Collignon, b. Apr. 18, 1865. 

8248 Catharine Adelia s Collignon, Oct. 27, 1868. 

8249 Isaac* Collignon, Nov. 17, 187 1. 

Claudius O. Collignon resides at Washingtonville. Proprie- 
tor of Collignon's Mills, between Closter and River V., chair 
factory and wood turning establishment. Clayton and Nelson's 
History of Bergen and Passaic counties —Claudius O. Collignon, 
portrait and biographical sketch ; owner of an extensive chair 
factory at Old Tappan, in Harrington tp., where he has lived 
the principal part of his life. Here he made the first folding 
chairs in U. S., which are protected by ro different patents. 
He was reared a Roman Catholic, but is liberal in views, a cor- 
dial supporter of all worthy church and school enterprises. 

Collignon, Cologran ancestry: — Peter 1 Cologran came from Raught, France, before 
1830; Claudius O. 2 Collignon. 

3015. 

Amanda Malvirt O" Patterson {Alettafi Crane, Hannah«, Benja- 
min Norton*, Ichabods, Moses", Mosesi), m. Nov. 27, 1831, ZenaS Hurd of 

Sparta, Sussex co., N. J., b. Oct. 28, 1802, d. Jan. 18, 1852. She 
res., 1882-5, Suckasunny Plains, Morris co., N. J. Ch. b. New 
York city: Frances Arabella* Hurd, b. Jan. 4, 1833, died Mar. 4, 

1835. 

8250 Eugene Ferdinand* Hurd, b. Apr. 17, 1834, d. Dec. 6, 
1842. 



IOI 6 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

8251 Frances Arabella* Hurd (ag.), b. Dec. 20, 1835, d. May 
2 5> 1857, m. Apr. 2, 1857, as 1st w., James Walwyn Sergeant of 
N. Y. c. Resided New York city. He m. 2d. 

8252 Josephine Augusta* Hurd, b. Jan. 6, 1838, m. Aug. 15, 
1862, Francis Ellsworth of Conn., b. Nov. 20, 1836. Resided 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Ch. : Fanny* Ellsworth, b. Aug. n, 1863 ; Wil- 
liam Francis* Ellsworth, May 13, 1869. 

8253 William Patterson* Hurd, b. Mar. 6, 1841, m. July 9, 
1874, Mrs. Lizzie Mary (De Golyer) Howe of Schenectady, N. 
Y., b. Apr. 30, 1847. Resided Brooklyn. 

8254 Henry Augustus* Hurd, b. May 6, 1843, d. Aug. 22, 
1844. 

8255 Edgar Crane* Hurd, b. Aug. 22, 1845, d- Aug. 23, 1847. 

8256 Araminta Aletta* Hurd, b. Feb. 24, 1849. 
825.7 Alexander Crane* Hurd, b. Sept. 25, 185 1. 

3016. 

Araminta AlettO 1 FatteVSOVl {Aletta* Crane, Hannah", Benja- 
min Norton*, icha'bod*, Moses»), d. Richmond, Va., Sept. 2, 1883, a. 71, 
m. Oct. 28, 1836, Henry Exall, b. Nov. 22, 1812. Ch.: 

8258 Sarah Barrett* Exall, b. Aug. 28, 1840. 

8259 Turner Patterson* Exall, b. Aug. 6, 1846, m. Nov. 19, 
1872, Sallie Clarey Davis of Washington, D. C., b. July 16, 1850. 
Has resided many years at Richmond, 1883. Ch.: Kate Seymour* 
Exall, b. Aug. 17, 1873 ; Elisabeth Ellery* Exall, Dec. 18, 1878. 

+8260 Kate Seymour* Exall, b. Feb. 22, 1850. 

8261 Alexander Duval* Exall, b. Dec. 3, 1853, m. Nov. 18, 
1880, Lizzie C. Miller of Danville, Pittsylvania 'co., Va., b. Cul- 
peper, Culpeper co., Va., Oct. 29, 1853, res. many years Rich- 
mond. 

The Churchman, M. H. Mallory &* Co., Publishers, N. Y., Sept. 22, /.ft?? — Entered into 
rest, after an illness of 3 weekSj on Sunday, Sept. 2, 1883, Araminta Alletta, wife of Henry, 
Exall. "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God." 

Henry Exall resided at Suckasunny Plains, N. J., Newark, 
N. J., and has lived many years at Richmond. 

3017. 

William Turner 1 PatterSOn, {Aletta* Crane, Hannah 8 , Benjamin 

Norton*, ichabods, Moses 2 ), b. New York city, Dec. 28, 1815, died San 
Francisco, Cal., Sept. 14, 1894, m. New York city, Dec. 2, 1885, 
Mrs. Sarah J. Lowry of Covington, Kenton co., Ky., b. 1840, 
wid., da. William, s. p. 

William Turner 1 Patterson resided in N. Y. city and Brooklyn, 
N. Y. He was for many years a member of the firm Patterson 
Brothers, hardware merchants, withdrawing his special partner- 
ship, Jan. 1, 1878. He afterward engaged in banking, and re- 
tired from business several years ago. He and wife traveled 
in Europe during the years 1886-7. 

Mr. Patterson sent us the records of descendants of Hannah 5 ; 
he for many years kept a genealogy of descendants of his great- 
grandfather, Alexander Patterson. Mrs. Sarah J. (Lowry) Pat- 
terson res. Denver, Col., 1895. By her 1st m. had a daughter. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



3018. 



1017 



Edgar Crane 11 Patterson (Aletta* Crane, Hannah*, Benj. Norton*, 

ichabods, Moses"), b. New York city, May 1, 1817, m. Goshen, N. Y., 
July 9, 1845, Jane Wilson, b. Goshen, Mar. 24, 1822, da. John and 
Susan Ann (Wenman). Ch. b. New York city : 
* 8262 Agnes Wilson* Patterson, b. Apr. 27, 1846, m. Oct. 12, 
1864, John Ellis of Brooklyn, N. Y., b. June 19, 1841. Divorced 
1880. Resided in Brooklyn. Ch.: Lillian Patterson* Ellis, born 
Dec. 25, 1865 ; Carrie Irene 9 Ellis, June 20, 1870 ; Edgar' Ellis, 
June 29, 1874. 

+8263 Edgar* Patterson, b. July 2, 1851. 

8264 Carrie* Patterson, b. Aug. 22, 1853, m. Dec. 2, 1875, 
Edward Hincken Brundage of Brooklyn, b. Apr. 29, 1852 ; has 
always lived in Brooklyn. Ch. : Estelle Holt 9 Brundage, b. Dec. 

3, 1876; Schuyler 9 Brundage, Apr. 12, 1879. 

,£dgar Crane 1 Patterson has resided for many years in Brook- 
lyn (1895). A successful hardware merchant of New York city, 
of the well-known firm Patterson Brothers, founded 1848, the 
co-partnership being, Edgar C, Henry A., and William T. Pat- 
terson. The business was started at 27 Bowery; removed 
later to 13 Bowery, where they were burned out in 1858, and 
then established themselves at 27 Park Row, and still remain, 
one of the largest wholesale and retail hardware and metal 
houses in the city. William T. Patterson withdrew from the 
firm Jan. 1, 1878. Minot C. Kellogg was afterward admitted 
into the partnership, which expired by limitation, Jan. 31, 1884. 
The following have formed a corporation under the laws pf N. 
Y., with the same title, "Patterson Brothers": Henry A. Pat- 
terson, Edgar C. Patterson, Minot C. Kellogg, D. J. Tingley, D. 
Numan, E. Stagg, R. N. Brundage, M. F. Griffiths. Edgar 
Crane 7 Patterson is President of the company. He has always 
been known as an energetic business man, and under his man- 
agement the concern will continue its prosperity. 

3019. 
Henry Augustus 1 Patterson {Aietta* crane, Hannah*, Ben- 

jamin Norton*, Ichabods, Moses 2 ), b. New York city, Sept. 26, 1819, m. 

July 18, 1844, Eleanor Simons Wright, b. June 17, 1823, da. 
Charles Cushing and Lavinia Dorothy (Simons). Ch. : 

8265 Seely Benedict* Patterson, b. June 2, 1845, m. June 27, 
1876, Amanda Josephine Meeker of Phillipsburg, Warren co., 
N. J., b. Jan. 3, 1857. Resided Brooklyn, N. Y., 1882. Ch. : 
Eleanor 9 Patterson, b. Apr. 10, 1877. 

-f-8266 Franklin Bayard* Patterson, b. Mar. T2, 1848. 

8267 Henry Turner* Patterson, b. Oct. 27, 1850, unm., 1883. 

8268 Ella Lavinia* Patterson, b. Sept. 18, 1853, m. Oct. 20, 
1876, Daniel Kimball Hall, Jr., of Brooklyn, b. July 4, 1840, s. 
Daniel Kimball, has res. .Brooklyn many years. Ch. b. B. : 
Augusta Bartol 9 Hall, b. July 20, 1877 ; Harriot Curtis 9 Hall, Aug. 

4, 1879. 

8269 Aletta Louise* Patterson, b. Sept. 14, 1856, m. Apr. 3, 
1878, Frederick William Horn, b. Nov. 25, 1850, has and still res. 



IO i8 CLEVELAND GENEALOGV. 

Brooklyn. Ch. : Anna Louise* Horn, b. Jan. 18, 1879 "> Frederick 
William 9 Horn, Aug. 23, 1880. 

8270 Charles Howard* Patterson, b. Mar. 7, 1859. 8271 
Annie Crane^ Patterson, Nov. 5, 1862. 8272 William Wright 8 Pat- 
terson, Mar. 13, 1865. 

Henry Augustus 1 Patterson has resided many years in Brook- 
lyn. A founder, 1848, of the successful and long established 
hardware firm, Patterson Bros., New York, N. Y., now a cor- 
poration of which he is still a leading member (1896). 

Wright ancestry : — Charles Cushing Wright of New York, the celebrated artist, en- 
graver, and die sinker, author of many well known medals in American numismatology, 
m.- Lavinia Dorothy Simons. 

3027, 

ELIZABETH 7 CLEVELAND (Ezra«, Benjamin Norton 11 , Benjamin 
Norton*, Ichabod', Moses", Moses 1 ), d. Newark, N. J., May 1 3, 1 85 2, a. 23, 

m. Elizabethtown, now Elizabeth, N. J., May 11, 1846, Green- 
leaf Shotwell, b. Plainfield or Scotch Plains, Middlesex co., now 
Union co., N. J., d. Scotch P., May 30, 1849, a s - William Piatt 
and Harriet (Pearce). Ch. : 

8273 William J.* Shotwell, hl Miss Van Denbeek of Plain- 
field, foster-daughter of A. Van Denbeek. Said to be residing 
Fargo, Cass co., Dak., 1887. Ch. : 4. 

Shotwell ancestries : — John 1 , b. prob. bet 1725, from England, settled on road bet. 
Scotch Plains and Plainfield, m. 1st, Miss Smith, da. of Shubal Smith, 2d, Mary Webster ; 




Piatt ancestry : — John 1 , from France proto. bef. 177s; Capt. William 2 , b. ab, 1754; 
capt. in TJ. S. -service, was killed by Indians,^ 1794, m. Mrs. Sarah (Shotwell 2 ) Smith ; 
Jemima 3 Piatt.— Zz'itf *//'.* Passaic Valley Settlers, 377-9. 

3028. 

THOMAS BLACKWELL 7 CLEVELAND (E Z ra», Benjamin \ 

Norton*, Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod 3 , Moses 2 , Moses 1 ), m. Lyons Farms, Essex 

(now Union) co., N. J., July 13, 1852, Martha Hayes Crane, b. 
Newark, N. J., Nov. 16, 1832, a da. of Ambrose and Lydia 
Hayes (Pike) Crane, s. p. Adopted child : ' ■ 

8274 Emma Louisa Cleveland, b. Sept. 25, 1876, m. 
Newark, Oct. to, 1894, Robert Barclay Dunham, son of Daniel 
H. Dunham. Res. Newark, with Firemen's Insurance Co. of 
Newark, of which his father is president. 

Thomas Blackwell 7 Cleveland resided at Elizabethtown 
(now Elizabeth), N. J., to Oct., 1847, Newark to 1880, afterward 
in Roseville, Newark ; res. Newark, 1894-7. Manufacturing 
jeweler. He commenced as apprentice to Isaac and Joseph 
Ailing ; was of firm Ailing [Joseph] & Cleveland, Jan., 1858, to 
Sept., 1862 ; was superintendent for J. & J. Ailing to their dis- 
solution. On retiring from them he was presented an ebony 
cane by the employes and a gold watch by the firm, the pres- 
entation ceremonies noticed in Newark Advertiser, Aug. 10, 1881. 
He then with others organized the jeweller firm, Isaac A. 
Ailing & Co. [James S. Holmes and Thomas B. Cleveland], 
retiring therefrom, 1883. 



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3029. 



FRANCIS ASBURY 7 CLEVELAND (Ezra», Benjamin Norton*, 
Benjamin Norton*. Ichabod 3 , Moses 2 ), m. ISt, Newark, N. J., July 31, 1856, 

Catharina Romana Marsiglia, b. New York city, Feb. 8, 1840, 
only da. Gerlando and Eliza Henry (Ballentine) [Charruaud]. 
Divorced at Danbury, Conn., Aug. 27, 1863. (She m. 2d, see 
below.) He m. 2d, Newark, Jan. 28, 1866, Elizabeth Morgan 
Edwards, b. N., Sept. 9, 1842, a da. Cyrus and Elizabeth (Mor- 
gan). Ch. b. Newark, by 1st m. : 

+8275 Leonore Hermina 8 Cleveland, b. May 13, 1857. 
By 2d m. : 

8276 Cyrus Edwards 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 4, 1869, m. in 
Grace P. E. church, Newark, Nov. 20, 1895, Miss Matilda C. 
Nebenger; res. Newark, 1895, clerk. 

8277 Frank Buell 8 Cleveland, b. July 31, 1874, d. N., 
July 23, 1875. 

8278 Bennett Buell 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 21, 1876. 
Francis Asbury 7 Cleveland resided at Elizabeth, N. J., to 

1850, and since in Newark (1897). In 1881 he organized the 
firm, Cleveland & [J.] Frank (late Cyrus Edwards), Newark 
Iron Railing Works, founders and manufacturers until 1885. 
Mrs. Catharina Romana (Marsiglia) Cleveland m. 2d, in New 
York, N. Y., June it, 1868, Herman Baetjer, b. Bremen, Ger- 
many, Feb. 20, 1838, a s. of Hermann and Julia Kohler (Fred- 
erick), s. p. Residence, N. Y. city, importer of cement. 

Baetjer ancestry : — Herman* Baetjer, b. Bremen, tn. Julia Kohler Frederick, b. Bre- 
men, da. of Ernst, b. Bremen, and Margarita (Kohler, b. Bremen). 

Mrs. Catharina R. Baetjer, an author and contributor to 
periodicals, among the productions : JV. Y. Genealogical and 
Biographical Record, XVII : 222 — Biographical Sketch of Ger- 
lando Marsiglia ; Carteret and Bryant Genealogy, by Catharina 
Romana Baetjer. New York : Dempsey cV Carroll, Art Stationers, 
1887, i2mo, pp. 56. 

Marsiglia ancestry : — Antonio 1 , b. Sicily, m. Catharina Romana, a Roman lady be- 
longing to an old family, name of Roman Catharine having been handed down from 
generations ; Gerlando 2 Marsiglia, b. Palermo, Sicily, Feb. 18, 1792. At a very early age 
Signor Gerlando Marsiglia showed a wonderful talent for painting at a country home, 
Julianna, Sicily, and painted by light of the moon, making his own colors from berries; 
was placed under tuition of Sig. Patania of Palermo, Sicily; he was admitted into Royal 
Academy of Naples, Italy. Exhibited his work when the nobles. visited the Academy 
and received the highest medal for historical painting ; was decorated Mar. 22, 1810, by 
Fernando, King of Sardinia, in the kingdom of the two Sicilies. Naples was his home. 
When the king of France was visiting the Academy, Jan. 5, 1817, he ordered that Ger- 
lando should be decorated with the "Fleur de Lis," which was tendered him Feb. 20, 
1S17. The following season he went to France and was presented at the court of Louis 
XVIII. In manners he was very elegant. Among his friends was a young American, a 
son of Robert Fulton, who persuaded him to visit America, 1824, and here he remained 
and painted "The Landing of Columbus," "Queen Artimesia at the Tomb of her hus- 
band," "Julius Csesar and the Roman Senate," &c. At Washington, D. C, he copied 
Stewart's'portrait of Baron De Steuben. The copy was sold to city of N. Y., 1850, Wood- 
hull, mayor, and is now in mayor's room, City Hall. A number of artists established, 
Nov. 8, 1825, the N. Y. Drawing Association, and Jan. 16, 1826, they resolved into the 
National Academy of Design, the founders : Cummmgs, Thos. S., Danforth, M. L., Dun- 
lap, "Wm., Durand, A. B., Frazee, John, Intnan, Henry, Ingham, Chas. C, Marsiglia, G., 
Mavereck, Peter, Morse, S. F. B.. Potter, Edw. C, Reinagle, Hugh, Town, Ithiel, 
Wright, Chas. C, Wall, W. G., d. New York, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1850. All rites of Catholic 
church were observed, and his interment took place at Calvary cemetery; m. 1837, Mrs. 
Eliza Henry (Ballentine 2 ) Charruaud, b. N. Y. city, Julv 14, 1799, d. Newark, Aug 8,1856, 
wid. of John J. Charruaud, poetess, contributor to N. Y. Mirror. 

Ballentine ancestry of C. R. Marsiglia :— Burke 's Armory — Ballentine (Crook- 
dale, Eng.) Ar. on a cross betw. 4 mullets, a sword erect of the first, hilt and pomel or. 
Crest — A demi-griffin sa. wings endorsed erm., in dexter claw a sword erect. . ; . 
John 1 of Edinburg, Scotland, came to America ab. 1785, nephew of John Ballentine, 
publisher of Robert Burns' poems, d. New Orleans, La., 1803, m. Mrs. Elizabeth (Bryant 3 ) 
Bonnell ; Eliza Henry 2 Ballentine m. Gerlando Marsiglia 2 . 



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Breijandt, Briant, Bryant ancestry : — Johannis 1 came from Amsterdam, Holland, 
an early Dutch settler of Hackensack, N. J- ; Cornelius 4 left Hack. 1717 with his bro. 
Simeon, they built at Springfield and Westfield, N. J., the two first homesteads erected 
there, he was drowned near his home, Springfield, 1792, m. Hannah Carteret 7 , she d.; 
Elizabeths Bryant, b. Springfield, N. J., 1768, d. Elizabeth, June 26, 1845, m. tst Jonathan 
Bonnell of Chatham, Nf. J., 2d, John Ballentine 1 , 3d, Samuel Williams of Hack. 

Carteret ancestry of C. R. Marsiglia, three lines : — 4 arms : Cartaret (Hawnes, 
Bedford co., Eng. Barons Carteret and Earls Granville ; twice the chief of the ancient 
house of Carteret gallantly defended the island of Jersey, first in 1374, against Bertrand 
du Gueselin, second, against the Parliamentarians ; Elizabeth Castle in Jersey, under 
Sir George Carteret, was the last fortress that lowered the royal banner). Gu. 4 fusils in 
fesse ar. Crest — A squirrel sejant gu. cracking a nut ppr. on a branch of laurel spring- 
ing up before him vert. Motto— Loyal Devoir. Helieri, Deputy Gov. of Isle of Jersey, 
descendant of the Lords of Carteret, Duchy of Normandy, family dating back to Wil- 
liam the Conqueror, 1066 ; Sir Philip 3 , knighted by Queen Elizabeth i«8, m. Rachel 
Paulet ; Sir Philip 3 d. 1662, m. Ann Dowse ; Elizabeth 4 Carteret, for whom Elizabeth 
Castle and Elizabeth, N. J , were named, m. George Carteret*. . . Helier 8 m. Elizabeth 
Dumaresque ; Sir George*, b. 1599, joint Gov. of Jersey, Eng., 1626, knighted May 9, 1646, 
Baron of Saltrum, Devon, who and Lord John Berkeley, Baron of Stratton, Somerset 
co., youngest s. Sir Maurice, were grantees by_ Duke of York of Nova Caesarea, now 
New Jersey, and sent his 4th cousin, Capt. Philip Carteret, commissioned [first] Gov. 
of N. J., who arrived at Elizabeth Aug., 1665. Sir George*, first proprietor of Eastern 
N. J., July 29, 1673-4, d. Eng. Jan. 14, 1679-80, m. his cousin Elizabeth* Carteret; Capt. 
James's, mariner, sent by his father to Elizabeth and Carolina, of which Sir George* was 
a proprietor, d. in America, m. June, 1673, Frances Delevall, da. Capt. Thomas Delavall, 
mayor of N. Y. city ; Elizabeth 6 went to Isle of Jersey, Eng., m. 1st there Edward 
Carteret, a relative, he d. Isle of J., she ret. to America ; Hannah 7 Carteret m. Cornelius 
Bryant*. See Hatfield's History of Elizabeth, 43 — sio. 

3030. 

JOSEPH AUGUSTUS 7 CLEVELAND (Ezra', Benjamin Norton', 
Benjamin Norton*, Ichabods, Moses*), d. Newark, N. J., DeC. 1 6, 1880, a. 

43, m. Clinton tp., Essex co., N. J., Nov. i, 1864, Carrie Baxter 
Reeves, b. Elizabeth, N. J., July 5, 1849, da. Alexander and 
Mary Hannah (Meeker). Ch. : . 

8279 Augusta 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 20, 1865, Clinton tp., 
m. Newark, Dec. 24, 1883, George Schuyler Wright, b. New 
Brunswick, N. J., June 14, 1858, a s. Arthur and Mary Gertrude 
{Van Hise); res. Newark 1885, builder, s. p. Da. 8 , b. Apr. 17, 
N., d. N., 29, 1868. 

8280 Thomas Blackwell 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 25, 187 1, 
N., of Newark (1896), salesman. 

8281 Alexander Reeves 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 2, 1873, N. 

8282 Francis Asbury 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 27, 1876, N. 

8283 Leonore Marsiglia 8 Cleveland, b. June 26, 1878, N. 
Joseph Augustus 7 Cleveland, residence Elizabeth, N. J., to 

1850, Newark afterward, printer. He was one of the first to 
enlist in the civil war ; joined Gen. Abner Doubleday's Battery 
E., 1st U.S. Art, Army of the Potomac, and served, 1 861-1865, 
participating in 13 battles : Gaines Mill, Malvern Hill, Penin- 
sular campaign, Manassas, Prince William co., Va., Fredericks- 
burg, Chancellorsville, Spottsylvania co., Va., Antietam, Gettys- 
burg, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg. A 
gallant soldier; notwithstanding his frequent and great perils, 
escaped without a scratch. He was assistant superintendent of 
the Newark Evening Journal many years, and a much esteemed 
member of the Newark Typographical Union, who attended 
his funeral. Neivark Daily Advertiser ; Newark Journal, Dec. 16, 
1880, and the Newark press contained obituaries. Mrs. Carrie 
Baxter (Reeves) Cleveland, residence Newark (1897). 

3031. 

FREDERICK' CLEVELAND (Ezra«, Benjamin Norton*, Benjamin 

Norton*, ichabods, Moses"), m. Hackensack, N. J., Jan. 17, 1883, Sarah 
Jane Bogert, b. West Hackensack, now Maywood, N. J., 1840, 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. IQ 2I 

a da. of John A. and Jane (Berdan), s. p.; res. Newark, N. J. 
(1897), manufacturer. Register JV. J. Vols., 200 — Cleveland, 
Frederick J., Co. B, 26 N. J. V., enrolled Sept. 3, 1862, for 9 
months; participated in battles of Fredericksburg, Dec, 1862, 
Chancellors ville. s. p. 

3032. 

GEORGE COOKMAN 7 CLEVELAND (Ezra', Benjamin Norton', 
Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod.3, Moses"), m. Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 4, 1866, 

Annie Maria Stokes Lamb, b. Stroudsburg, Monroe co., Pa., 
Nov. 19, 1843, a da. of William A. and Aurilla (Wetherell). Ch.: 

8284 Howard Schuyler 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 11, 1868, 
Philadelphia, d. P. June, 1888, unm. 

Corp. George Cookman 7 Cleveland resided at Newark, N. J., 
to Sept. 1, 1865, and since in Philadelphia, 1889, merchant, gents' 
furnishing goods, manufacturer of "the Cleveland shirt." Was 
enrolled corporal in Co. B, 26th N. J. V., Sept. 3, 1862, for 9 
months ; participated in battles of Fredericksburg and Chancel - 
lorsville, where he was taken prisoner on Marye's Heights, 
May 4, 1863 ; was detailed by the Confederates nurse in a hospi- 
tal in Mr. Tansill's farm house. Was liberated May 8, 1863, and 
returned to, reg. The 26th was made of excellent material, and 
performed important service. 

3033. 

ANNA 7 CLEVELAND (Ezra*), m. Newark, N. J., Mar. 25, 
1868, Stephen Hunting Faulks, b. Madison, N. J., Dec. 18, 1841, 
s. Isaac and Hetty Thompson (Woodruff). Ch. : 

8285 Isaac Woodruff* Faulks, b. Jan. 13, 1869, Elizabeth, 
N. J., m. Newark, Jan. 17, 1894, Ella W. Fort, youngest da. of 
the late Rev. J. P. Fort of Newark; res. Newark. 8286 Theodore 
Dufforaf Faulks, b. Dec. 12, 1870, Elizabeth, unm., 1894. 8287 
Grace Cleveland 9 Faulks, b. Apr. 19, 1872, E., m. Newark, William 
D. Bird, s. Charles, res. Jersey City, N. J., 1894. 8288 Eugene 
Cleveland* Faulks, b. Dec. 22, 1882, Newark, d. N. Mar. 19, 1883. 

Stephen Hunting Faulks resided at Elizabeth to Apr., 1882, 
and since in Roseville, Newark, 1893. Was of the firm Faulks, 
Kamp & Co., afterward Holmes, Faulks & Co., hay cutting and 
baling, N. Y. city to 1882 ; since cashier Jersey City & Bergen 
H. R. R. Co., Jersey C, N. J. For many years was prominent 
in politics of Elizabeth ; was member of Union co. Republican 
Executive Committee 1876-82, of City Central Republican 
Committee 1879-80 ; pres. of 4th ward Elizabeth Republican 
Club 1879-82 ; an Alderman of Elizabeth 1877-9, "made an ex- 
cellent record," says the Elizabeth Journal, Nov. 1, 1879, speak- 
ing of his renomination. For years was in the Elizabeth Fire 
Dept., holding various offices. Has been a Free Mason from 
1863; was a charter member of Orient Lodge 126, and its first 
secretary many years. 

3034. 

JAMES ROGERS' CLEVELAND (E zra «), m. Newark, N. J., 
Sept. 16, 1869, Catharina Lewe Van Aduard, b. Solvert, Province 
of Groningen, Holland, Mar. 23, 1849, d. Newark Aug. 10, 1890, 



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da. Scato-Ludolp Lewe and Cornelia Ebelina (Cleveringa). He 
m. 2d ab. 1892. Residence Newark to 1.889; Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1 891-5, engraver. Has traveled in Europe. Ch. by 1st m., b. 
Newark: 8289 James Rogers 6 Cleveland, b. June 13, 1870. 
8290 Cornelia Ebelina 8 Cleveland, July 14, 1874. 8291 Wil- 
liam John 8 , Sept. 13, 1875. 8291 Stephen Faulks 8 Cleveland, 
Sept. 15, 1880. Da 8 , b. Dec. 14, 1882, d. N. Jan. 6, 1884. 

3038. 

JPftebe Sail 7 Brookes (Abigail", Benj. Norton*, Benj. Norton*, Ich- 

abods, Moses*), m. Elizabeth, N. J., Aug. 7, 1853, James Duncan 
Campbell, b. Elizabethtown, now Elizabeth, N. J., Nov. 14, 1830, 
d. in N. Y. before 1893, a s. of Lewis and Miranda M. (De Camp). 
Ch. b. Elizabeth : 

8293 George J aquin* Campbell, b. Nov. 19, 1854, m. before 
1893, res. New York city, 1867-89 was a salesman in Methodist 
book rooms ; clerk in dry goods house. 8294 Emma 9 , b. Aug. 21, 
d. Elizabeth, Sept. 23, 1856. 8295 John Finney*, b. Nov. 6, 1859, 
d. E., Oct. 2, i860. 8296 Lucius 6 Campbell, b. Feb. 22, 1862, d. E., 
Nov. 13, 1863. 

James Duncan Campbell resided at Elizabeth to 1866, Plain- 
field, N. J., to 1867, N. Y. city afterward, cabinet and piano forte 
manufacturer. For years he was an active and prominent 
member of Elizabeth fire dept, and honored with various offices 
in it. 

Mrs. Phebe BalV {Brookes) Campbell 'res. Newark, N. J., 1894-7. 

3039. 

jEH&abeth 7 Hall (Phebe«, Benj. Norton*, Benj. Norton*, Ichabod', Moses", 

Mosesi), m. Elizabeth, N. J., Feb. 17, 1857, Isaac William Littell, 
b. Westfield, N. J., Aug. 8, 1831, d. Elizabeth, Aug. 26, 1858, a s. 
of Isaac William and Mary (Crane). Ch. : 

+8297 Isaac William 6 Littell,b. Decs, 1857, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Isaac William Littell resided at Elizabeth ; an accountant 
in New York city. For years a prominent member of old Co. 
A, Capt. John Drake, N. J. M., of Elizabethtown, N. J., in which 
he was very popular and highly esteemed, and who buried him 
with military honors. 

Mrs. Elizabeth'' {Ball) Littell residence always at Elizabeth. 
(1897.) 

Littell, Little ancestry : — 8 arms : Littell or Little (Bray, Berks co., Eng.) Per 
chev. ar. and sa. in chief 3 fleiirs de lis of the last, in base a tower of the first. Crest — 
2 daggers in saltire ppr. . . . George 1 , patented 100 acres in Woodbridge, N. J., Mar. 
18, 1669; John a , left home, to Barnstable, Mass., Martha's Vineyard, Long Island, N. Y., 
patented 134 acres in Elizabethtown, on Staten Island Sound, of N. J., proprietors, Dec. 
o, 1676, and bought lot 6, Corson's survey of Elizabetht. above 1st mountain 196 acres; 
Samuel 3 Littell, b. 1680, of Essex co., N. J., m. Lydia Bonnel ; Benjamin 4 , of Westfield, 
m. Susan Tucker of Elizabetht. j Moses 6 , d. 1738, m., as 1st husband, Abigail Thompson 6 ; 
Capt. Isaac«, D . Mar. 10, 1764, m. Hannah Frazee, b. May 20, 1766, da. Jonas ; Isaac Wil- 
liam 7 Littell, b. Oct. 20, 1807, m. Mary Crane 7 . 

Crane ancestry : — Stephen 1 ; John" [see +333I; Benjamin 3 , m. Esther Woodruff, b. 
1711 ; Benjamin*, of Westf., m. Phebe Halsey* ; Benjamin 6 , m. Sarah Thompson 6 ; Es- 
ther 9 , m. John Crane; Mary 7 Crane, m. Isaac William Littell 7 . 

Thompson ancestry : — [many Thompsons came here from London and Hertford- 
shire, Eng.]. Hon. Thomas 1 , from Lynn, Mass., a founder of East Hampton, L. I., 1649, 
a 1st " Elizabetht. Associate," 1665, dep. of Elizabetht. in Legislature, 1672 ; Hur 3 , Moses 
and Aaron bros. " from Scotland to America." all 3 " Elizabetht. Associates," 1665 ; John 3 
I'd 2 miles w. of E.; Thomas*, of Union tp., N. J., m. 1st, Hannah Rushmore ; Hezekiah 6 , 
m. 1st, Jane Ross ; Sarah 8 Thompson, m. Benjamin Crane 6 . 



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Halsall, Halsey ancestry : —6 arms : Halsey j 2: Halse (Fentongollan and Tre- 
sawsen co., Cornwall, Eng., sup. to have desc. fr. De Als family. Derived fr. John Hals, 
Judge Common Pleas, 1423, who built mansion of Kenedon, Devon). Ar. a fesse betw. 
3 alces' or griffins' heads erased sa. . . . Hon. Thomas 1 , Lynn 1637, long of South- 
ampton, L. 1., the richest man, rep., d. N. Y., 1679 ; Isaac 3 ; Joseph 3 Hallsy, b. ab. 1668, fr. 
Southamp., of Elizabetht. 1694, an "Associate" 1700, I'd n. Whetsheaf tavern, now Lin- 
den, Union co., N. J., weaver, m. Elizabeth Haines ; Phebe* Halsey, m. Benjamin Crane*. 

Thompson ancestry of Abigail Thompson ; — Hon. Thomas 1 ; Hur 2 ; John' ; Thomas*, 
m. 1st, H Rushmore ; Abigail 5 Thompson — Lit tell' s Passaic Val- Settlers, 101, 166, 213- 
22, 414-18; Hatfield's Elizabeth, 57, 73, p#, 259,- Savage, II : 341. 

3040. 

Ellen MyerSOfl 1 Sail (Phebe«, Benj. Norton*, Benj. Norton*, Icha- 

bod», Moses"), m. Elizabeth, N. J., Oct. 20, 1857, William Chatter- 
ton Williams, b. E., Nov. 1, 1833, s. William Cozzens and Re- 
becca (Jeffrys). Ch.: 

8298 Florence* Williams, b. Aug. 18, 1858, E., unm., res. 
Elizabeth 1897. 

8299 Ellen Ball 9 Williams, Nov. 2, i860, N. Y. city, unm., 
res.- Elizabeth. 

8300 Herbert Clifford* Williams, Oct. 10, 1865, Elizabeth, 
unm., res. E. 

Prof. William Chatterton Williams resided at Elizabeth and 
Newark, N. J., to 1859, N. Y. city to 1862, Elizab. again to 1863, 
Buffalo, N. Y., to 1867, Elizabeth since (1897). In early life an 
accountant in N. Y. For many years has devoted his entire at- 
tention to music ; professor and teacher of sacred, secular, in- 
strumental, and vocal music ; author of a number of composi- 
tions, published as sheet music. Was organist of Westminster 
church, Elizabeth, a long time. An old Free Mason. 

3041. 

Mary Cox 1 Ball (Phebe»), d. Elizabeth, N. J., July 31, 1861, 
a. 25, m. E., Sept. 26, 1859, Theodore Collins Littell, b. West- 
field, N. J., Jan. 1, 1834, a s. Isaac William and Mary (Crane). 
Ch.: 8301 Ernest* Littell, b. July 28, Elizabeth, d. E., Aug. 20, 
1861. 

3042. 

Jolbfi 1 Ball (Phebe 8 , Benj. Norton 5 , Benj. Norton*, Ichabod', Moses 2 ), d. 

Elizabeth, N. J., Jan. 19, 1881, a. 42, m. E., Nov. 12, i860, Lou- 
isa Jane Woodruff, b. Newark, N. J., Oct. 30, 1839, a da. Enos 
and Rachel Ann (Hale). Ch. b. Elizabeth : ' 

8302 John* Ball, b. Nov. 18, 1862, unm., res. always Eliza- 
beth (1897). Salesman. A member of the Alcyone Boat Club 
of Elizabeth. 

8303 Ellen Louise* Ball, b. June 13, 1865, d. Mar. about 29, 
1892, unm. 

8304 Elizabeth Cleveland* Ball, b. Oct. 22, 1868, unm., res. 
Elizabeth. 

8305 Enos Woodruff* Ball, b. Oct. 22, 1868, d. E., Sept. 20, 
1869. 

8306 William* Ball, b. Mar. 28, 187 1, unm., special carrier 
Elizabeth R O. 1885. 

8307 Bertha Henrietta* Ball, b. Nov. 1, 1874, unm., res. 
Elizabeth. 



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John 7 Ball resided at Elizabeth, merchant, with his father. 
He was active in politics, a life-long Democrat, and greatly es- 
teemed. He was elected 1879 a member of the Board of Cho- 
sen Freeholders of Union co., N. J., and served his term with 
credit. He had a large circle of friends. Was for years a mem- 
ber of Washington Lodge, F. A. M., of Continental Hose Co., 
No. 1, Elizabeth Fire Dep., of the Exempt Firemen's Associa- 
tion, who adopted, at a special meeting, Jan. 20, 1881 : 

" Whereas, we are summoned by the Great Chief to remember ever our duty in ser- 
vice for immediate call, and are brought face to face with the final answer to the roll, by 
the death of our late associate, John Ball, we bow in submission to His Omnipotent will ; 
be it 

Resolved, That the sympathy of this Association is hereby tendered to his bereaved 
widow and family in this their hour of great grief, and we commit them to the care and 
guidance of Him who guideth and governeth all things. 

Resolved, That this Association attend the funeral services in a body. 

Resolved, That this preamble and resolutions be published in the city papers, and a 
copy be forwarded to the family of the deceased. 

Thomas Forsyth, ) 

Chas. Edw. Browne, Jr., }-Committee. 
William F. Bath, \ 

James Gale, Secretary." William R. C. Coleman, President. 

Proceedings of Chosen Freeholders, Feb. 3, 1881 : " Whereas, It has pleased God to 
remove from our midst John Ball, thereby creating a vacancy in the Board of which he 
was an honored member, a faithful and efficient public servant." 

These organizations attended his funeral in St. John's church. Elizabeth Journal, 
Herald, Jan. so, 1881 : Elizabeth Sunday Leader — contained obituaries. 

Mrs. Louisa Jane (Woodruff) Ball residence still in Eliza- 
beth (1897). 

3043. 

Lydid Cleveland 7 Sail (Phebe*, Benjamin Norton", Benj. Norton*, 

ichabod*, Moses", Mosesi), tmm., has always resided at Elizabeth, N. 
J. (1897). For many years has been a member of St. John's P. 
E. Church, Elizabeth ; a long time teacher in the Sunday-school. 

3044- 

Sarah Munice 7 Ball (Phebe«), m. Elizabeth, N. J., Apr. 7, 
1874, Edgar Dwight Stimson, b. West Stockbridge, Berkshire 
co., Mass., May 10, 1845, s. Sanford Joseph and Lucinda (Bar- 
rett). Ch.: 

8308 Lilian Cleveland 6 Stimson, b. Sept. 21, 1876, Elizabeth. 
Edgar Dwight Stimson resided at Elizabeth to 1885, Pelham- 

ville, Westchester co., N. Y., to 1887, and since in Elizab'eth 
(1895), merchant. Candidate on Democratic ticket, 1877, for 
Alderman of 8th Ward, Elizabeth. 

3045. 

LEWIS BYRAM 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph", Benj. Norton', Benj. 
Norton*, Ichabod", Moses», Mosesi), m. in Newark, N. J., Oct. IO, i860, 

Caroline Adelia Jones, born Newark, Dec. 24, 1837, only da. of 
James Baker, and Jane Edwards (Gardner), s. p. Adopted 
child : 

8309 Grace Elma Cleveland, b. May 31, 1874, N. Y. city, 
adopted Feb. 1883. 

Dea. Lewis Byram 7 Cleveland resided at Elizabeth to Apr. 
1, 1864, and since at Newark ; res. since 1873 at Woodside, New- 
ark (1897); builder and contractor. He was educated at Tus- 
carora Academy, Academia, Juniata co., Pa., and in select 
schools of Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland are members of 



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the Baptist church, of long standing, and connected with the 
First Baptist Society, Newark, of which he was elected a dea- 
con, Jan., 1888, and has since performed the duties of his re- 
sponsible office faithfully. The Society, now the First Baptist 
Peddie Memorial Church, completed, 1890, a new and magnifi- 
cent church edifice, at a cost of some $500,000, pronounced the 
finest specimen of church architecture in New Jersey. It re- 
ceived its new name in honor of the late Hon. Thomas B. Ped- 
die, M. C, a large-hearted member, whose lamented death 
occurred in 1889, during the building of the edifice, of which 
Mr. and Mrs. Peddie were the noble benefactors, contributing 
more than half the total cost. 

From a historical ta Diet, a reprint from The Newark Daily Advertiser, May s, 1892, 
entitled : First Baptist Peddie Memorial Church, 1S67-1S92. Fifth Anniversary of Dr. 
William W. Boyd's Pastorate, 16°, pp. 6 — Work of the Peddie Church, what has been 
done in the last five years. Philanthrophic work. The church is divided into thirteen 
districts, each in charge of a deacon, the object being to encourage acquaintance among 
the members and to assist with advice and help all who are in trouble or sorrow. The 
poor fund is administered by Deacon Cleveland, and there are twenty widows and 
families that are helped from it. No one knows who they are except Mr. Cleveland and 
Dr. Boyd. 

Recently the Church decided to change the tenure of office 
of the Deacons, who had been elected for life. Therefore, the 
entire Board resigned, and Deacon Cleveland was elected one 
of the three Honorary Deacons, to serve for life, and the other 
Deacons and Deaconesses for specified terms. 

Jones ancestry: — Burke's Armory — 73 arms: Jones (Wales). Sa. a chev. betw. % 
spears' heads ar. Crest — A cubit arm erect, in armour, ppr. holding in the gauntlet a 
spear of the first, headed ar. embrued gu. [Jones of Llanerchrugog, Denbigh co., Wales, 
are derived from Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, Founder of the III Royal Tribe of North Wales 
and Powis, seventh in descent from Rhodri Mawr, King of Wales. Quarterly first ar. a 
lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gu. on a chief az. 3 garbs or, for Jones of Glyn Arthur; 
second, or, a lion ramp. gu. for Bleddyn ap Cynffn; &c. Crest — A garb or. Motto — 
Look to the past.] . . . James 1 came from Wales, ship apprentice, ran away to Amer- 
ica, was pressed to escort a dead nobleman back to Wales, returned to America ab. 1774, 
settled at Lyons Farms, N. J. (his brother was of Albany, N. Y.), m. at Lyons Farms, 
Mary Joanna Meeker (sister to Obadiah and Jonathan Meeker, iron founders, Newark, 
she m. 2d, William Norris, 3d, Campbell); Obadiah 2 , d. at Lyons F., m. Margaret Baker 8 , 
ch.: Obadiah', James Baker 8 Jones, b. L. F., Dec. 1, 1802, died Newark, May 23, 1886, m. 
Jane Edwards Gardner*. , 

Gardner ancestry : — 24 arms (Lincolnshire, Eng.). Per fesse ar. and sa. a pale coun- 
terchanged, 3 griffins' heads erased or. Crest — An elephant's head erm. eared sa. armed 
or. . . . Thomas Gardner, from Eng. to Plymouth, Mass., 1620, ancestor of : Thomas 1 , 
b. 1728, m. Phebe Headley, who, with a sister and brother, settled at Springfield, N. J.; 
Moses 3 ; Daniel 3 , of Lyons F., Springfield, 1731, m. Philetta Edwards 3 ; Jane Edwards 4 
Gardner m. James Baker Jones 3 . 

Edwards ancestry — Jacob 1 , lived near Springfield, N. J., m. Affie Spear, a descend- 
ant of Anneke Janse (whose heirs are claimants to Trinity Church property, New York, 
N. Y.); Nathaniel 2 , b. ab. 1761, of Old Short Hills, N. J., a "minute man," also in State 
Troops iu Revolutionary war, d. Jan. 13, 1811, a. 50, m. Abigail Bedford 3 ; Philetta Ed- 
wards 3 m. Daniel Gardner 3 . 

Bedford ancestry ; — Corp. Daniel 1 was a soldier in the Revolution, corporal in Capt. 
Abraham Lyon's co., 2d reg., Essex (Col. Philip Van Cortland), see Striker's Official Reg: 
of Officers and Men of N.J. in the Revolutionary War, 475 ; Abigail 3 Bedford m. Nathan- 
iel Edwards 3 . 

Lyon alias Baker ancestry :— 6 arms: LYONS; 11: Lyon (Hertfordshire; London; 
West Twyford, Middlesex co., Eng..l. Ar. on a fesse or betw. 3 plates, each charged with 
a griffin's head erased sa. a lion pass. betw. 2 cinquefoils gu. . . . James 1 , of Lyons 
Farms, changed his name to Baker, after his occupation, while his brother retained the 
name Lyon ; Moses 3 m. Phebe Ogden, whose mother's maiden name was Phebe Ogden ; 
her ancestor came to America with Roger Williams ; Margaret 3 Baker m. Obadiah 
Jones 3 . 

3046. 

WILLIAM HENRY 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Benjamin Norton*, 
Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod 3 , Moses 3 ), d. in Newark, N. J., June 30, 1 893, 

a. S3, m. Newark, Apr. 25, 1861, Sarah Caroline Kipp, born Liv- 
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1026 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

ingston, Essex co., N. J., Aug. 20, 1838, a da. William Home 
and Mary Ann (Sine). Ch. b. Newark : 

4-8310 Jerome Taylor" Cleveland, b. Feb. 2, 1862. 
831 1 .William Joseph 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 20, 1864, unm., 
has resided always at Newark (1897). For several years was 
partner with his father, the firm being W. H. Cleveland & Son, 
carriage and wagon manufactory, Newark. 

+8312 Charlton Rorty 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 31, 1866. 
8313 Edith May 8 Cleveland,^. Feb. 20, 1874, d. New- 
ark, Nov. 3, 1889, unmarried. Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, 
Elizabeth. 

William Henry 7 Cleveland resided at Elizabeth to 1856, 
and afterward at Newark ; manufacturer of carriages, wagons, 
and vehicles; his factory Newark St., Newark; he admitted his 
son, William J., as partner, since when the firm has been W. H. 
Cleveland & Son. He was educated at Tuscarora Academy, 
Academia, Juniata co., Pa., and in select schools Elizabeth. He 
was one of the earliest volunteers in New Jersey to enter his 
country's service in the civil war : was enrolled Apr. 30, 1861, 
Co. C, Capt. Thomas L. Martin, 1st N. J. 3 months reg., Col. 
Adolphus J. Johnson. The 1st, 2d, 3d, and 4th 3 months' regi- 
ments (afterward designated in the Archives of N. J. : 17th, 
18th, 19th, and 20th regs.) constituting the N. J. Brigade, Brig.- 
Gen. Theodore Runyon, performed excellent and important 
service; hastened to the defense of Washington, D. C, 
then in great peril, and constructed the line of fortifica- 
tions extending from Roach's Spring on the Washington & 
Alexandria, Va., road, across Arlington Heights, entrenchments 
and redoubts, the first regular work constructed by national 
troops at the beginning of the war, and saved the Heights from 
occupancy by the enemy ; did picket duty 3 miles beyond 
Springfield, Va., during the first battle of Bull Run July 
21, 1861 ; held Centreville, Fairfax co., Va., covering the 
retreating Union forces ; mustered out July 25, 1861. See 
Foster's New Jersey and the Rebellion, 33 to 62. Mr. Cleveland 
has been a prominent Republican politician. In the spring of 
1874 he was nominated Republican candidate for Alderman 7th 
ward, Newark; and in Nov., 1874, was Republican candidate for 
a Member of Legislature from Essex co. The districts in both 
cases, from time immemorial, were largely Democratic, and, 
though not elected, he ran far ahead of his ticket. For many 
years a Free Mason, R. A. M., and a member of Lincoln Post 
G. A. R. of Newark. His funeral was held at his late residence 
and was largely attended. He was buried with the G. A- R. 
rites by Lincoln Post in his lot in Evergreen Cemetery. Mrs. 
Sarah Caroline (Kipp) Cleveland residence still in Newark (1897). 

Kipp ancestry .•— [Kendrick Kip from Amsterdam, Holland, to New Amsterdam, 
now New York city, 1635, ancestor of many Kips ; had sons, Hendricks, Jacob, and Isaac]. 
William* of Somerset co., N. J. ; William 3 of Somerset co., Revolution soldier, m. Susan 
Home (a descendant of Anneke Janse of Trinity Church property, N. Y.), da. of William 
Home. [Gen. StryAer's Records of Men of N. J. in Revolution, p. 845 — William Home 
issuing forage master.] ; William Home 3 Kipp of Newark m. Mary Ann Sine 3 , b. Morris 
Plains, Morns co., N. J., Oct. 27, 1810. 

Sine ancestry : — Peter' lived (near Flemington) in Hunterdon co., N. J. Revolution 
soldier, m. Chanty Young ; William 2 of Morris PI. 1810, m. Sarah Sibella Kyple ; Mary 
Ann 8 Sine, m. William Home Kipp 8 . 




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EDMUND JANES 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Benjamin Norton*, 
Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod 8 , Moses*, Moses 1 ), married at Elizabeth, N. J., 

December 20, 1866, Sarah Elizabeth Bragaw, b. Hartford, Conn., 
June 18, 1843, eldest daughter of Isaac A and Elizabeth Meigs 
(Way) Bragaw. Children: 

8314 Henry 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 17, 1867, Newark, 
N. J., d. Hartford Aug. 9, 1868. 

+8315 Harriet' Josephine 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 20, 1868, 
Newark, N. J. 

8316 Sarah Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. June 12, 1874, 
Elizabeth, N. J., unm.; resides at home, Hartford, Conn. (1899); 
attended Hartford, Public High School; completed a course in 
the Theory and Practice of Frcebel's System of Kindergarten 
Education at the Kindergarten Training School of Miss Jenny 
Hunter, New York, N. Y., June 6, 1898. 

8317 Edmund Janes 8 Cleveland, b. July 21, 1878, Eliza- 
beth, N. J., unm.; resides at home, Hartford, Conn. (1899). 
Grad. Hartford Public High School June 24, 1898. Entered 
Trinity College, Hartford, Sept. 22, 1898, Class of 1902, and 
purposes (D. V.) after graduation to enter General Theological 
•Seminary, New York, N. Y., to prepare for the ministry of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church. Was licensed by Rt, Rev. 
Chauncey Bunce Brewster, Bishop of Connecticut, June 22, 
1899, as a lay reader in the Diocese. Contributor to the press, 
[see Bibliography, Chapter IV]. 

8318 Isaac Bragaw 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 18, 1880, Eliza- 
beth, d. E. July 21, 1 88 1. 

Edmund Janes 7 Cleveland, a compiler of The Genealogy 
■of the Cleveland and Cleaveland Families, received an 
academic education. Attended from Nov., 1853, to Sept. 30, 
1854, Tuscarora Academy, Academia, Juniata co., Pa., John H. 
■ Shumaker, A. M., and Wallace C. Wilcox, A. M., principals, and 
the collegiate school of Mr. Frederick W. Foote at Elizabeth, 
1855-Apr., 1858. In 1856, when the abolition of slavery became 
the issue, he took sides with John Charles Fremont, candidate 
for President, and William Lewis Dayton for Vice-President. 
Upon the nomination of Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Ham- 
lin in i860 he joined the Wide Awakes of Upper Rah way, N. J., 
where he then lived. In Feb., 1861, he had the great pleasure 
of seeing Lincoln and hearing him speak at Elizabeth, on the 
way to his first inauguration. Fort Sumter was fired on Apr. 
12, 186 1. Soon after this event Edmund Janes 7 Cleveland 
joined Capt. James Wilson's co. of vols, at Elizabeth, intended 
. for the 3 months' service, and drilled daily. There were enrolled 
as Co. A, Second N. J. V., at Camp Olden, Trenton, N. J., May 
22, 1861, for 3 years. By reason of continued illness he was 
discharged June 7, 1861. Became a contributor to the press,— 
see Bibliography, Chapter IV. 

. The Ninth N. J. V. reg. of riflemen, 12 companies, Col. Joseph Warner Allen, was 

mustered into U. S. service at Trenton Oct. 15, 1861, for 3 years, arrived at Washington, 

D. C, Dec. 6, sailed from Annapolis Jan. 9, 1862, with expedition of Gen. Ambrose Ever- 

vett Burnside, in 1st Brig., 9th Corps, (badge, canon and anchor): fought gallantly at 



1028 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Roanoke Island, N. C, Feb. 8, 1862; Newbern, N. C, Mar. 14, 1862; was at siege Ft. Macon,. 
N. C, Apr. 14-25, 1862; in engagements Young's Cross-Roads, N. C, July 27, 1862; Row- 
ell's Mills, N. C., Nov. 2, 1862. 

Still resolved to serve his country, Edmund Janes 7 Cleve- 
land was mustered into U. S. A. at Trenton Aug. 9, 1862, for 3. 
years as a member of Co. K (Capt. William B. S. Boudinot, 1st 
Lt. Jonathan Townley, afterward Capt., 2d Lt. Edward S. Mof- 
fat, 1st Serg. James Madison Drake, afterward 1st Lt. Co. K, 
now Brig.-Gen. N. J.), Ninth N. J. (Col. Charles A. Heckman, 
afterward Brig.-Gen., Nov. 29, 1862, Lt.-Col. James Wilson, for- 
merly Capt. Co. A, Second, Maj. Abram Zabriskie, afterward 
Col., Jan. 8, 1863, b. Hackensack, N. J., Apr. 18, 1841, d. Chesa- 
peake Hospital, Hampton, Elizabeth City co., Va., May 24, 1864). 
He joined Co. K, Sept. 3, 1862, then on picket, and had built a 
block house at Ogilvie's plantation, Bogue Stmnd, N. C, 3 miles 
from Newport, Carteret co., N. C. The Ninth marched from 
Camp Reno, n. Newbern, Dec. 11, at the head of the forces com. 
by Gen. John G. Foster (b. Whitefield, N. H., May 27, 1823, s. 
Maj. Perley of 1812 war). Gen. Heckman's command was Ninth 
N. J., First R. I. Battery, Capt. James Belger, and Third N. Y. 
Cav., Maj. Cole. The Ninth, always in the first line of battle, 
greatly distinguished itself at Deep Creek, N. C, Dec. 12, 1862, 
SouthWest Creek, N. C, Dec. 13, 1862, Kinston, N. C, Dec 13, 
14, 1862, Whitehall, Bladen co., N. C, Dec. 16, 1862, Goldsboro, 
Wayne co., N. C, Dec. 17, 1862; The Red Star Brigade, Gen. 
Heckman, 1st Brig., 2d Div., 18th Corps (badge, St. George's 
cross, 4 trefoils), consisting of Ninth N. J., Third, Eighth, and 
Twenty-third Mass., embarked at Morehead City, Carteret co., 
N. C, Jan. 20, 1863, sailed with the fleet anchored 31st at Port 
Royal, Beaufort co., S. C, landed Feb. 7 St. Helena Island, n. 
Beaufort, Beaufort co., S. C., now 2d Brig., (Ninth N. J., Twenty- 
third Mass., Eighty-first and Ninety-eighth N. Y.,) 2d Div. 10th 
Corps (badge, bastioned fort), Dep. of South, Gen. David Hunter. 
Embarked, Apr. 3, to participate in attack on Charleston, S. C. 
Co. K landed at Edisto river, reconnoitered. Sailed back to- 
Hilton Head, Beaufort co., S. C., Apr. 12; brigade to Morehead 
City Apr. 16, to relief of Washington, Beaufort co., N. C, 
sieged by Confederates, who fled at approach of the Ninth. 
Camped at Carolina City Apr. 25, rem. June 26 to Newbern. 
In engagements at Free Bridge, Comfort, Jones co., N. C, July 
6, 1863, Hills' Bridge, Winton, Hertford co., N. C, July 26, 1863. 
Camped at Newport News, Va., Oct. 20, 1863, where the Ninth 
re-enlisted, went home on veteran furlough, arriving Jersey 
City, N. J., Feb. 3, 1864. While on furlough Edmund J. 7 was 

recommended by Col. Zabriskie and others for commission in a new reg. The detach- 
ment of the Ninth left in Va. engaged the enemy at Deep Creek, Va., Feb. 7, Mar. j, 1864. 
The 2d Brig., 2d Div., 18th Corps, (Ninth N. J., Twenty-third, Twenty-fifth, and Twenty- 
seventh Mass.) returned from N. J. and Mass. with fully recruited ranks, the Ninth reach- 
ing Portsmouth, Va., Mar. 17; -as in engagement in Cherry Grove, Va., Apr. 14, 1864. 
Sailed to Yorktown, York co., Va., Apr. 27, encamped. Sailed May 4 to Newport News. 
May sthe Star Brigade sailed at the head of the great fleet containing the 18th Corps, 
Gen. William Farrar (" Baldy ") Smith, and 10th Corps, Gen. Quincy Adams Gillmore, 
being the Army of the James, Gen. Benjamin Franklin Butler; with many monitors- 
and gunboats. Brigade landed May 5, at Bermuda Hundred, Va., and opened the Peters- 
burg campaign. In battles at Port Walthall, Chesterfield co., Va.,May6, 7, 1864; Procters, 
Chesterfield co., Va., May 8, 1864; Swift Creek, Va., May 9, 10, 1864. In the fight May 9, 
occurred the incident: Book of Anecdotes and Incidents of the Rebellion by Frazar 
Kirkland, 1S67, 4. 322 — "Mass. and S. C. pitted against each other in battle." The brig- 
ade, — the Ninth N. J., Twenty-third, Twenty- fifth, and Twenty-seventh Mass., — was- 
charged by Gen. Johnson Hagood's brigade — the Seventh, Twenty-first, Twenty-third,. 



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DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. ^29 

Twenty-fifth, and Twenty-seventh S. C. A report May 1, 1864, 
of Hagood's brigade (found by Edmund J. 7 at Greensborough, 
May 22, 1865) gives its strength at the time. — His. of Ninth Reg., 
by Hermann Everts, 1865, p. 106. At Drewry's or Drury's Bluff, 
Va., May 12 to 16, 1864, the brigade suffered heavily ; Gen. Heck- 
man was made prisoner, Col. Zabriskie mortally wounded, Lt.- 
Col. James Stewart, Jr., of the Ninth woiraded, subsequently 
Col., and Brig.- Gen. Mar. 10, 1865. The Ninth worked hard in 
constructing Butler's fortifications from Appomattox river to 
James river; sailed to White House, New Kent co., Va., June 1, 
with 1 8th corps, joined the army of the Potomac — Lt.-Gen. 
Ulysses Simpson Grant, Gen. George Gordon Meade — at battle 
of Coal or Cold Harbor, Va., June 3 to 12, 1864, 10 days; fought 
at Free Bridge, Va., June 16, 1864; was in siege of and battles 
at Petersburg, Va., June 20 to Aug. 24, 1864, 64 days; returned 
to Butler's line. Christian Association of the Ninth organized 
Sept. 14, 1864, E. J. Cleveland chosen secretary. The Ninth, 
greatly decimated, sailed, reaching Morehead City, N. C, Sept. 
21. Edmund J. 7 was detailed, Oct. 20, clerk to provost- marshal, 
Beaufort, Carteret co., N. C, rejoined Ninth at Goldsboro Apr. 
4, 1865. The Ninth in engagements at Gardner's Bridge, N. C, 
Dec. 9, 1864; Foster's Bridge, N. C, Dec. 10, 1864; Butler's 
Bridge, N. C., Dec. ii, 1864; Southwest Creek, N. C, Mar. 7, 
1865; Wise's Fork, N. C, Mar. 8, 9, 10, 1865; Goldsboro, N. 
C, Mar. 21, 1865. Ninth transferred, Apr. 3, to 2d Brig;., 3d 
Div., 23d Corps (badge, shield), Gen. John McAllister Schofield, 
army of Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman. Reached Raleigh 
Apr. 14. Surrender of Gen. Joseph Eccleston Johnston at Dur- 
ham Station, N. C, Apr. 26, 1865. Ninth went from Raleigh 
May 2, to Greensborough, Guilford co., N. C, took charge of 
Johnston's surrendered cannon, etc. Co. G, Ninth, captured 
the archives of the Confederacy at Charlotte, Mecklenburgh 
co., N. C. 

Edmund J. 7 Cleveland was discharged from the army June 
14, 1865, with others, by reason of General Orders, No. 73, Dep. 
N. C. [the order discharging the first allotment of soldiers by 
reason of the closing of the war], and with 191 men returned, 
reaching Trenton, N. J., June 2 2d. The Ninth was mustered 
out July 12, at Greensborough, arriving at Trenton, July 18. 



N.J. and the Rebellion, by John Y. Foster. i8b8,pp. 203-266— The Ninth Regiment. 

The History 'of the Ninth New Jersey Veteran Vofs. A record of its service ft 

Sept. 13, 1861, to July 12, 1865, with a complete official roster, and sketches of prominent 



The History 'of the Ninth New Jersey Veteran Vol^s. A record of its service from 

Jt. 13, 1861, to July 12, 1865, with a complete official roster, and sketches of Prominent 

members, with anecdotes, incident s.jind thrilling reminiscences. By Captain J. Madison 
Drake, Bt. Brig.- General, N.J. Illu ' ' - " ' — ...■.-.-- 

J. Cleveland joined Co. A, Second 



Drake, Bt. Brig.- General, N.J. Illustrated, /<R5b, p. 393— [Portrait]. Private Edmund 
J. Cleveland joined Co. A, Second N. J., but, owing to bronchial troubles, was dis- 
charged. In Aug., 1862, he attached himself to Co. K, Ninth, with which he remained. 



performing every duty in a faithful, intelligent, and fearless manner. He had not served 
sufficiently long to entitle him to re-enlist when the Ninth signed for the war, but he 
agreed to re-enlist as soon as his original term of 3 years had expired. During his term 
of service he wrote much for newspapers in N. J., under the nom de plume of " Vidi," 
and among his contributions of that period I find th6 following : {From the N. Y. Jour- 
nal, Aug 23, 1S64) " Arouse ! Brethren, Arouse ! " [Stanzas dated : Front of Petersburg, 
Aug. 3, 1864.] 

Edmund J. 7 graduated from Bryant, Stratton and Whitney's 
Mercantile College at Newark, N. J., Nov. 6, 1865; resided at 
Elizabeth to Apr. 1, 1867, Newark, to Apr. 1, 187 1, Elizabeth ag. 
to Apr. 1,-1872, Newark ag. to Apr. 1, 1873, Elizabeth again to 
Mar. 17, 1885, and since at Hartford, Conn. (1899). Was an ac- 



1030 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

countant to 187 1; secretary of the Elizabeth and Newark Horse 
Railroad Co. Oct. 13, 1871, to Jan. 1, 1884 (Mr. Jacob Davis, 
pres., Mr. Francis Whatlington Munn, supt); a manager of the 
Dime Savings Institution of Elizabeth, 1875 to 1884; a director 
of the National Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of Elizabeth, 
Jan. 10, 1876, to May 12, 1898. He is a life member of the New 
Jersey Historical Society, elected Jan. 15, 1880; a life member 
of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society, elected 
Feb. 1, 1882; a life member of the Connecticut Historical 
Society, elected Nov. 9, 1886; a corresponding member of the 
New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, elected Mar. 
15, 1889; was mustered into Robert O. Tyler Post No. 50, Grand 
Army of the Republic, Hartford, Sept. 21, 1887 J took degree of 
Master Mason in Lafayette Lodge, 100, of Free and Accepted 

Masons, Hartford, Sept. 22, 1887. Is of antiquarian tastes and a numismatist. A good 
collection of coins which had been gathered by him since 1839 was sold by catalogue at 
auction in New York city May 7 and 8, 1872. Is still a collector, and possesses an 
excellent cabinet illustrating the science, and including one of the largest collections 
of Washington coins and medals in existence, and has a good library containing a large 
number of works by Cleveland authors, and also genealogy and local history. 

Broucard, the name How called Bragaw, Brokaia ancestry : — Bourgon 1 Broucard, 
a French Huguenot exile, sojourned at Manheim, Palatinate of the Rhine, Germany, 
whence he and his wife emigrated to America, 1675. They probably had in company 
Joost Durie\ ancestor of the Duryea family, whose wife was Magdalena Le Febre, prob. 
sister to Mrs. Broucard. Settled at Cripplebush, Bushwick, Kings co., L. I., N. Y., where 
he bought, in 1684, a farm, since owned by Folkert Rapelye. He and wife were among 
the earliest members of the French church in New York. Sold his farm 1688, and, re- 

• moving to Dutch Kills, Queens co., N. Y., bought, in t6qo and 1693, a large estate, includ- 
ing the plantation originally of Burger Jorisz. This farm he sold to William Post. [De- 
scendants named in his honor have since spelled the given name thus : Bergoon.] He 
married in France, or Germany, Catherine Le Febre: Isaac 8 , b. 1676, of Dutch Kills, 
weaver, bought considerable property, also the paternal farm (since owned by Wm, and 
Abm. Paynter), d. Mar. 14, 1757, m. Heyltie — [Heyltje, Ang. Hail] ; Dea. John 3 , dea- 
con in the Dutch church, a worthy man, d. upon his farm (afterward Wm. Gossman's) at 
the Kills, May 27, 1782, m. 1st, Apr. 13, 1744, Jane Stockholm, da. of Andrew Stockholm 
[Dutch — StokholmT; Andrew*, b. Apr. 25, 17351 retained the homestead at Dutch Kills, 
d. Nov. 29, 1828, m. Ellen or Nelly Wiltsie*, b. July 24, 1750 ; Abraham 6 , b. Newtown, N. 
Y., Oct. 1, 1789, member of Capt: Peter Underbill's Co., N. Y. Militia Artillery, stationed 
a time at Brooklyn Heights, N. Y., in the war of 1812, for which service his widow rec'd 
a pension for several years, residence Newark, d. there Oct. 17, 1865, m. Newark, Jan. 19, 

■ 1819, Sally Roome Doremus 6 , b. Newark, Dec. 28, 1798, d. there Mar. 2, 1881, her obituary 
in Newark Daily Advertiser, Mar. 3, 1S81, Elizabeth Journal, Mar. 4, 1881; Isaac A 8 Bra- 
gaw, b Newark, Jan. 14, 1822, residence at Newark to 1840, Hartford to 1852, N. Y. city to 
1855, Orange, N. J ., to 1858, Newark ag. to 1861, Plainfield, N. J., to 1864, Elizabeth to 1867, 
was clerk with his uncle, tosiah Doremus, hardware merch., Newark, to 1840, with Ken- 

' nedy [Leonard] & Way [George Meigs], hardware, Hartford, to 1843; hardware mer- 
chant, of Kennedy [Leonard] & Bragaw to 1849, Isaac A Bragaw to 1851, Bragaw & 
Blake [Howard] to 1852, of William Way & Co. [Henry Arunah Searle, Henry Robert 
Buell, Isaac A Bragaw] wholesale hardware, New York city, to 1858, hardware merch. 
Newark to 1861, d. Hartford Jan. 11, 1868, m. Colchester, Conn., May 12, 1841, Elizabeth 

" Meigs Way 7 , b. C, Mar. 13, 1822. 

Way ancestry : — 4 arms : Way ; / .- Way or Waye (Bridport, county Dorset, Eng., 
Denham Place, Bucks co., orig. of Somersetshire, rem. temp. Henry VII or V1I1 to Tor- 
Tington, co. Devon, der. fr. William Waye of Great Torrington, who had a confirmation of 

' arms, 1574, when 2 coats of family branches incorp., still borne quarterly. William Waye, 
father of John of Bridport, who had John of B. and Benjamin of Dorchester, vicar of 
Barking.). Quar. 1st and 4th az. 3 lucies haurient, ar.; 2d and 3d sa. 2 bars ar. corded 
or, wreathed gu. The Ways of Denham guar. Lockey of Holmes Hill, co. Herts ; viz. 
ar. a bend betw. 2 water bougets sa. and Hill of Pounsford. co. Somerset and Denh. P., 
viz. gu. a chev. erm. betw. 3 garbs or. Crest— A dexter arm embowed, habited in mail, 
holding in the hand ppr. a baton or, the ends sa. An ancient English family, who, under 
the appelation of "Waye," appear in the records of Somersetshire as early as the 15th 
century. . . . Henry 1 , b. England 1583, the Puritan, came in ship "Mary and John" 
to America, arrived at Nantasket, Boston Bay, Mass., May 30, 1630, a founder of Dorches- 
ter, Mass., d. D., 1667, m. Elizabeth .— Blake's Annals of Dorchester ; Clapp's Dor- 

• cliester ; Youngs' Chron. ; Mass. Col. Rec. ; George*, b. Eng., d. prob. Saybrook ab. 1690, 
m. Elizabeth Smith, only da. of John and Joanna of Boston and New London ; George 8 , 
b. in Mass. or R. I., d. Lyme, Conn., ab. Feb. 23, 1716-17, m. Susannah Nest, da. of Joseph 

■ and Sarah of New London ; Thomas*, b. Lyme, Mar. 18, 1700, m. 2d, Nov. 29, 1739, Sarah 
Wells ; Ensign George 6 , b. L. ab. 1742,. of Lyme and Colchester, farmer, drummer, ser- 

' geant and ensign in the Revolutionary war — U. S. War Dep. so recited in memoranda 
. of application for pension by a descendant, d. C., Mar., 1804, m. C, or Lyme, Nov., 1769, 
, Mary Moore, b. L., d. Colchester, 1828 ; William 8 , b. Lyme, Sept. 13, 1770, of Colchester, 
' house builder, d. Cv, Feb. 20, 1835J m. C, Mar., 1801, Demice or Demise Packwood 3 , b. 
. New London, Conn., Sept. 19, 1779, d. Hartford, Feb. 20, 1850 ; Elizabeth Meigs 7 Way, m. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



IO3 1 



Isaac A Bragaw 6 . — Way Genealogy, in preparation by Charles Granville Way, Boston, 
Mass. 

Packwood ancestry : — (Warwickshire, England). Quar. 1st and 4th az. 3 pickaxes for 
Packwood ; 2d and 3d sa. 3 bells ar. a canton erm. for Porter. Crest — A demi lion ramp, 
ar. holding in his dexter and supporting with his sinister paw, a bell sa. with a canton 
erm; as in the arms. Motto — None is truly great but he that is truly good. . . . 
Joseph!, thought by descendants to have come from Derby or Warwickshire, Eng., ab. 
1725, to Bermuda Islands (brother to John Packwood of St. Eustacia, now Jamaica I., 
wealthy, whose da. m. Hon. Jonathan Jennings, Gov. of Demerara), m. in Bermuda Isl., 
Mary Davis ; Capt. Joseph 2 , b. Bermuda I., 1739, removed to. and residence at New Lon- 
don, a leading merchant, owned 2 dry good stores and vessels plying to West Indies. 
Took oath of fidelity and freeman's oath at New London Sept. 22, 1777. His ships and 
stores were burned in the destruction of New London, Sept. 6, 1781, by the British, who 
ransacked his home, d. Colchester, Apr. 15, 1807, m. 2d, C, July 25, 1777, Demice Wright 8 , 
b. 1758 [from Connecticut Gazette ana Universal Intelligencer, New London, July 25, 1777 

— Married at Colchester, Capt. Joseph Packwood of this Town, Merchant, to Miss Dem- 
ise Wright, daughter of Captain Dudley Wright ; a young Lady of a most amiable Dis- 
position, and great Beauty, possessing every Accomplishment that can tend to the Felic- 
ity of the connubial State], d. Colchester, Nov. 28, 1839— N. E. Reg., XLIII : 100: Dem- 
ise 3 Packwood, m. William Way'. 

Wright ancestry : —44 arms .- Wright, the most ancient apparently is : (Wrights- 
bridge, Hornchurch, and Dagenham co., Essex, Eng., granted June 20, 1509.) Az. 2 bars 
ar. ; in chief 3 leopards' heads or. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a dragon's head 
ppr. . . John 1 [see +1376]; Robert 2 of England m. Mary Greene; John 3 of Eng. m. Grace 
Glascock; Thomas 4 , from Eng. to Mass., Wethersfield, Conn., 1639, was much engaged, 
1658, in the controversy about Rev. John Russell, d. Apr., 1670, m. in Eng., his first wife, 
who and his children accompanied him here ; Joseph 5 m. 1st, Wethersfield, Dec. 10, 1663, 

Mary , b. 1645, d. W., Aug. 23, 1683 ; Joseph", b. W., Feb. 14, 1669-70, d. Sept. 10, 1756, 

monument in Colchester, b. g., m. Wethersfield, May 21, 1701, Mary Dudley 3 , b. ab. 1678, 
d. Nov. 25, 1755; Capt. Dudley 7 , b. Colchester, Apr. 6, 1717. "From. Record of Services of 
Conn. Men in the War of the Revolution, pages jo, 107, ibq — 2d reg., Col. Joseph Spencer 
(com. May 1, '75, brig, gen.), Col. Samuel Wyllys, Hartford, com. It. col., May 1, '75. 
Regiment raised on first call, May, 1775. Detachments of officers and men in Bunker 
Hill battle, June 17, 1775. At Roxbury during siege, and to expiration of service, Dec, 
1775. 8th co., Capt. Levi Wells, Dudley Wright, 1st serg., enlisted May 6, disc. Dec. 10, 
1775. Regiment adopted as Continental in July. . . 22d Continental reg., Col. Samuel 
Wyllys, re-organized for Continental army for 1776. After evacuation of Boston, Mar. 
17, 1776, by the British, it marched under Washington, via New London, to N. Y. city, 
assisted in fortifying the city, engaged in the Battles of Long Island, Aug. 27, 1776, and 
of White Plains, Oct. 28, 1776, under Gen. William Heath, near Peekskill, N. Y., to expir- 
ation of term, Dec. 31, 1776. Second Lieutenant : Dudley Wright, Colchester, re-entered 
Continental service, 1777. . . . 3d reg., Connecticut Line, 1777-81, in part assisted in 
repelling enemy at Danbury, Conn., Apr. 26-7, 1777, was in Mai. Gen. Samuel Holden 
Parsons' 1st Brigade, under Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam, along Hudson to Jan., 1778, when 
it took post at West Point and began the construction of works there, where Fort Wyllis 
was named for its colonel.: Co. of Capt. Daniel Allen of Ashford : Lieut. Dudley Wright, 
Colchester, commissioned first lieutenant, Jan. 1, 1777, resigned, Apr. 13, 1778. A large 

Eroperty-owner of Colchester, d. June 11, 1806, monument in Colchester b. g., m. Dimmis 
oomis', b. C, Sept. 5, 1724 ; Demice 8 Wright m. Joseph Packwood 2 . 
. Loomis, Lomes, Loomas, Loomax, Loomys, Lumax, Lummis, Lummus ancestry: — 
1 arms : Lomas ; 5 : Lomax : (Parkhurst co., Surrey). Ar. a greyhound courant betw. 
3 escallops sa. Crest — A demi greyhound ar. collared gu. Motto [in Loomis Genealogy] 

— Mors Christi vita mihi. . . . Joseph 1 , b. 1590, from Bristol or Braintree, Eng., 
woolen draper, Boston, Mass., July 17, 1638, accompanying Rev. Ephraim Huet, Wind- 
sor, Conn., 1638, was granted Feb. 2, 1640, 21 acres on Farmington river, d. 1638, his wife 
d. Aug., 1652 ; Dea. John 2 , b. Eng., 1622, of Windsor, Farmington, representative 1666-7, 
l6 75-7i d> Sept. 2, 1688, m. Elizabeth Scott 2 ; Dea. Samuel 3 , b. {Windsor, Conn. x rec], Aug. 
12, 1666, first deacon of First Church, Colchester, 1702, m. 1st, Elizabeth White 3 of Hat- 
field, Mass. ; Azariah 4 m. Abigail Newton ; Dimmis* Loomis m. Dudley Wright 7 . — 
N. E. His. Gen. Reg., IV : 355 : XX: 208; XLIII: 46-7,301; Descendants of Joseph 
Looniis by Elias Loomis, LL.D., Prof. of Natural History, Yale coll., 1873. 

White ancestry : — John 1 , Daniel 2 [see +1470] ; Elizabeth 8 White m. Samuel Loomis'. 

Scott ancestry :— 3 arms: SCOT or SCOTT ; 33: SCOT; 58: SCOTT : (Scotland, 
ancient). Gu. three goat's heads couped ar. . . . Thomasl, b. ab. 1594, embarked last 
of Apr., 1634, in the " Elizabeth " of (and at) Ipswich, Eng. , a. 40, with w. and ch., free- 
man of Mass., Mar. 4, 1634-5, rem. to Hartford with the first settlers, an orig. proprietor, 
1637, home lot on State St., was killed Nov. 6, 1643, carelessly, by John Ewe, who was sen- 
tenced to pay £10 to widow Ann and £5 to the county, m. 1st, Elizabeth, b. ab. 1594 ; 
Elizabeth 2 Scott, m. John Loomis 2 . See Trumbull's Hartford co., I : Hartford; Orig- 
inal Proprietors, 235 — John Crow, 257 — Thomas Scott, 26S— Elder John White. 

Dudley ancestry : — William 1 , from Eng., prob. of Oakley in Surry, came prob. as a 
friend of Rev. Henry Whitfield of Guilford, Conn., 1639, d. prob. G., May 1, 1674, m. at 
Oakley, 1636, Jane Lutman, who came with him; Joseph 2 , b. prob. G., Apr. 24, 1643, of 
G., m Oct. 6, 1670, Ann Robinson 2 ; Mary 3 Dudley, m. Joseph Wright 6 .— Savage, II: 76. 

Robinson ancestry : — Thomas 1 of Guilford, 1677, proprietor, 1683 ; Ann 2 Robinson m. 
Joseph Dudley 2 . 

• Doremus ancestry : — Cornells (Cornelius 1 ) of Middleburg, Holland, farmer, came 
from Holland about 1685, and settled at or near Acquackanonck, N. J., within what is 
now the city of Paterson, Passaic co., N. J., d. (probably at Acquackanonck) 1715, m. in 
Holland, Jannetje Joris (meaning "Jane or Jennie, daughter of George," she, evidently, 

had no surname and probably her father had none), da. of George ; Joris (George 2 ), 

b. Acquackanonck about 1697, of Saddle River, Bergen co., N. J., d. Preakness, N. J., 1733, 
. m. Marretie (Mary) Berdan ; Hendrick (Henry 3 ), b. ab. 1726, baptized at Acquackanonck, 
Nov. s, 1727, was a Tory and served as a Loyalist volunteer or soldier in the American 
Revolution, by reason of which 300 acres 01 his land were confiscated by the United 
States, d. in the hospital at Jersey City, N. J., 1776, m. Egge Van Houten, she d. after 
Aug., 1790, daughter of Helmigh and Catharina (Van Giesen) ; Maj. David 4 , b. Paterson, 



1032 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



July 25, 1775. There still exists the Commission of " David Doretmis of Preakness, N. J., 
elected Mar. 21, 1812, by the Third District Co. of Second battalion, Third reg., Essex 
brigade, to be capt. of said Co. Dated May 7, 1812 [signed], Joseph Bloomfield, Gov. of 
N. J." Residence, Newark, where he was, for manjr years, a hardware merchant, and 
retired from business with a competency, 1826, was highly esteemed, d. at Newark, Feb. 
20, i860, m. 1st, Pompton, Passaic co., N. J., Sept. n, 1796, Sarah Roome 4 , b. Dec, 1776, or 
Tar., 1777, bap. Apr. 16, 1777, d. Newark, Jan. 28, 1799; Sally Roome 6 Doremus m. Abra- 
ham Bragaw 4 .— History of the Doremus Family, by William Nelson of Paterson, N.f., 
Corresponding Sec, N.J. His. Soc. 

Roome ancestry : — Peter Willemsei when a young man came from Goemoenipa to 
America, d. May 15, 1729, m. in the city of New York, Nov. 26, 1684, Hester Van Gelder, 
bap. Jan. 28, 1662, d. Apr. 17, 1729, da. of John and Jane (Monteroath) — Marriage Record, 
Reformed Protestant Church, N. Y. city ; Peter 2 , bap. in Dutch church, N. Y. city, Feb. 
24, 1703, of Pompton Plains, Passaic co., N. J., d. 1778, m. 1725, Anna Berry of Morris co., 
N. J. ; Jacob 3 , d. 178s, m. 2d, Hannah Morse 6 , b. 1736, d. Jan. 15, 1829, sister to Dr. Isaac 
Morse of Blizabethtown, N. J. j Sarah 4 Roome m. David Doremus 4 .— Descendants of 
Peter Willemse Roome, by Peter Roome Warner, N. Y., 1883, f. 312. 

Morse, Mosse, Morss ancestry : — Mr. 1 ; Robert 2 from Marlborough, Wiltshire, Eng. 
arrived at Boston, Mass., prior to 1 644 (brother to Anthony, William, and Peter, see +227), 
settled soon at Newbury, Mass., lived there 1654, of Rowley, Mass., to 1665, removed, 
1663, to Woodbridge, N. J., or to Elizabethtown, N. J., owner of large tracts of land at 
Elizabethtown on the river, Crane's brook, West brook, Peach Garden brook, Thomp- 
son's Creek, &c, tailor, m. 2d, Newbury, Oct. 30, 1654, Ann Lewis ; Roberts, o. Newbury, 
Feb. 1, 1656-7, lived near Woodbridge and Elizabethtown ; Joseph 4 , b. near Elizabeth- 
town or Woodbridge, prob. 1687, lived near Elizabethtown; Josephs, fc. May si, 1709, of 
Rahway, N. J., d. Aug. 25, 1779, m. 1st, , 2d, Anne Wmans ; Hannah' Morse, pre- 
sumed to be a daughter by her father's first marriage, m. Jacob Reome 5 . — Memorial of 



Copenhagen, Denmark, enlisted in Esopus war, 1663, captured by savages, bought 1681, 
farm at Hellgate, N. Y., now owned by Polhenrus fam., m. New Amsterdam [N. Y.], 
1660, Mrs. Margaret (Meyrinck) Jansen, wid. Harmen Jansen, da. Jan Meyrinck. Ch. : 
Martin 2 , b. 166-, Hendrick 2 , b. 1669, Myndert 2 , b. 1672, m. Maria Bragaw, a da. Bourgon, 
Teunis 2 , b. 1674, Jacob 2 , b, 1676, all m., numerous desc. in Westchester and Dutchess 
counties. From one of these descends John 4 ; Nellie 5 Wiltsie m. Andrew Bragaw 4 . — An- 
nals of Newtown, N. Y., by James Riker,Jr., 1852,$. 370-3- 

3048. 

JOSEPH WINFIELD 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Benj. Norton', 
Benj. Norton 4 , Ichabods, Moses 2 , Moses>), m. PaterSOEl, N. J., Apr. 22, 1874, 

Anna Bentley Zabriskie, b. Paterson, Mar. 17, 1852, a da. John 
Hopper and Carrie Elizabeth (Rutan). s. p. 

Joseph Winfield 7 Cleveland resided at Elizabeth to Apr. 
1, 1866, Newark, N. J., to 1869, Paterson to 1873, Elizabeth again 
to 1874, and always since at Paterson (1897). Was educated in 
the select schools of Elizabeth, N. J., and at the Newark Acad- 
emy. Grad. from Bryant, Stratton & Whitney's Mercantile 
College, Newark, N. J., 1868. . Wholesale and retail hardware 
merchant of Paterson. For many years a director of a Pater- 
son bank ; president of the Young Men's Christian Association 
of Paterson ; an officer and treasurer in the Methodist Episco- 
pal Church in Paterson. 

3049. 

MAURICE MEAD 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Benj. Norton*, Benj. 
Norton 4 , Ichabod", Moses 2 , Moses*), m. Elizabeth, N. J., Apr. 25, 1877, 

Mary Elizabeth Powell, b. Chanceville, now New Monmouth, 
Monmouth co., N. J., Oct. 12, 1855, a da. Stephen Henry and 
Elizabeth (Porter). Ch. b. Elizabeth : 

8319 Clara May 8 Cleveland, b. June 12, 1880. 

8320 Carrie Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 30, 1885. 
Maurice Mead 7 Cleveland resided at Elizabeth to Apr. 1, 

1866, Newark, N. J., to Apr. 1, 1873, Elizabeth again to Apr, 1, 
1883, Marlborough, Monmouth co., N. J.,to Dec. 30, 1886, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., to Apr. i, 1890, and since in Bridgeport, Conn. (1897). 
He was educated in select schools of Elizabeth ; at the Newark 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 1033 

Academy; graduated from Bryant, Stratton & Whitney's Mer- 
cantile College, Newark. He was a salesman in New York 
city, and commercial traveler to 1883, when he bought a hand- 
some farm at Marlboro, which he operated to Dec, 1886, and 
then sold ; later was a dealer in real estate and securities in 
New York city and Brooklyn. Superintendent in the manufac- 
tory of The Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Mach. Co. at Bridgeport. 

Powell ancestry :— 1 arms : Powel, or Powell ; 34: Powell: (Wales). Per fesse 

ar. and sa. a lion ramp, counterchanged William Henry 1 , of New York city, 

m« 2d, Mary Elizabeth; Stephen Henry 2 Powell, b. N. Y. city, 1835, a gallant soldier in the 
war for the Union, in Co. C, 14th N. J. V., lost a leg in battle, residence still at Atlantic 
Highlands, Monmouth co., N. J., 1899; m. at Elizabeth, N. J., 1854, Elizabeth Porter. 

3050. 

LUCRETIA FARBER' CLEVELAND (Robert Lutton*, Benj. 

Norton», etc.), died at Elizabeth, N.J., January 1, 1899, aged 51 yrs. 
7. mos., 1 day ; m. Elizabeth, N. J., Oct. 24, 1866, Ralph Priestly 
Baker, b. Elizabeth, Aug. 17, 1838, a son of Phineas Munday and 
Mary Ann (Priestly) Baker. Ch. b. Elizabeth : 

8321 Ida May* Baker, b. Sept. 18, 1867, m. Elizabeth, June 
5, 1889, Walter H. Leveridge, b. Nov. 12, 1867, residence Eliza- 
beth, merchant. Ch. b. Elizabeth: Edna* Leveridge, b. Mar., 1890, 
d. E. next day; Eveline Elizabeth? Leveridge, b. July 10, 1891; 
Helen* Leveridge, b. Apr. 1, 1896. 

8322 Elizabeth Priestly* Baker, b. Nov. 18, 1869. William* 
Baker, b. and d. E. Jan. 12, 1873; Oscar* Baker, b. and d. E. July 
12, 1874. 

8323 Ralph Priestly* Baker, b. Nov. 12, 1875. 

8324 Harry Cleveland* Baker, b. Jan. 12, 1880. 

8325 Florence Joanna* Baker, b. Feb. 17, 1883. 

Lieut. Ralph Priestly Baker, residence still at Elizabeth, 
where he has been for many years a merchant, a brave volun- 
teer soldier of the war of the Rebellion, 1861-5. Enlisted May 2 1, 
1861, Co. A, 1st N.J. V., corp. May 21, 1861, sergt. Aug. 1, 1862* 
serg.-maj. Re-enlisted for 3 years, Dec. 28, 1863, commis., Feb. 
2, 1865, 2d Lt. Co. A, First Batt. N. J. V., 1st Lt. June 4, 1865, 
Co. C, First Batt., served in 4th N. J. V., 1st Div., 1st Army 
Corps, 1st Div., 6th A. C. Battles of First and Fourth N. J. V.: 
1861, First Bull Run, Benson's Tavern ; 1862, West Point, King 
William co., Va., Gaines Farm, Charles City Cross Road, Mal- 
vern Hill, Manassas, Crampton's Pass, Fredericksburg, Chan- 
tilly, Fairfax co., Va., Antietam; • 1863, Salem Heights, Gettys- 
burg, Williamsport, Rappahannock Station, Fauquier co. y Va., 
Fairfield, Rockbridge co., Va., Funkstown, Mine Run, Orange co., 
Va.; 1864, Wilderness, Spottsylvania C. H., Hanover C. H., Han- 
over co., Va., N. and S. Anna, Tolopotomy Creek, Cold Harbor, 
Snicker's Gap, Winchester, Frederick co., Va., Petersburg, Stras- 
burg, Shenandoah co., Va., Charlestown, Opequon, Frederick co., 
Va., Fisher's Hill, New Market, and Mt. Jackson, Shenandoah 
co., Va., Cedar Creek; 1865, Hatcher's Run, Ft. Steadman, Fall of 
Petersburg, Sailor's Creek, Farmville, Prince Edward co., Va., 
Surrender of Lee. Lt. Baker was captured by Gen. Moseby in 
Loudon Valley, Va., Oct., 1864, while in command of Brigade: 
Wagon train, escaped soon. Mustered out, June 29, 1865. 



IQ 34 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3051. 

PHEBE ANN 7 CLEVELAND (Robert Lutton«, Benjamin Norton", 
Benjamin Norton*, Ichabod 3 , Moses", Moses 1 ), m. Elizabeth, N. J., Apr. 27, 

1870, Joseph Edwards, b. Elizabeth Oct. 10, 1843, a son of Rich- 
ard Lang and Mary Ann (Doyle) Edwards. Ch. all born at 
Elizabeth: 

8326 Mabel Edna 6 Edwards, b. Aug. 13, 1871, m. Rahway, 
N. J., May 9, 1890, John Scrimshaw, res. Elizabeth, 1893, book- 
keeper at Rahway. Ch. b. Elizabeth: Edith 9 , b. ab. 1891; Olive 9 
Scrimshaw, b. Apr., 1893; HazeP Scrimshaw, d. Rahway, N. J., 
May, 1896. 

8327 Edith Grant 8 Edwards, b. Apr. 7, 1873. 

8328 Joseph Edgar 9 Edwards, b. July 5, 1874. 

8329 Grace Christina* Edwards, b. Oct. 21, 1876. 

8330 Phebe Ann* Edwards, b. Nov. 2, 1879, d. at Elizabeth, 
N. J., Apr. 4, 1880. 

8331 Robert Lutton* Edwards, b. May 7, 1882. 

Serg. Joseph Edwards, residence Elizabeth, merchant. In 
the war against secession, 1861-5, ne was among the first to. 
enter the field. Early in 186 1 joined Co. I (transferred to Co. 
K), 73d N. Y. V., 2d Fire Zouaves, Gen. Daniel E. Sickles' Ex- 
celsior Brigade, Third Army Corps ; participated in the hard- 
fought battles of the Army of the Potomac. Was promoted to 
the rank of 2d serg. At Gettysburg was in command of his 
company. Serg. Edwards left the service only when the enemy 
lowered his flap- in surrender. 



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3052. 

ALBERT WALKER 7 CLEVELAND (Robert Lutton', Benjamin 
Norton 5 , Benj. Norton*, Ichabod 3 , Moses 8 , Moses 1 ), m. Elizabeth, N. J., Feb. 

4, 1876, Jennie Frances Dunn, b. E. Aug. 15, 1858, daughter of 
Hugh and Annie Sophia (Gaitly) Dunn. Ch. b. Elizabeth: 

8332 Anna Lapine 8 Cleveland, b. July 21, 1878. 

8333 Bertie Lutton 8 Cleveland, July 7, 1880. 
Walter James 8 , b. July 7, 1880, d. E. July 23, 1880. 

'^334 Jennie Irene 8 Cleveland,^. Nov. 4, 1885. 
Albert Walker 7 Cleveland has always resided in his na- 
tive city, merchant and decorator. For many years he was a 
faithful member of the Volunteer Fire Department of Elizabeth. 
In 1877, he was foreman of Protection Steam Fire Engine Com- 
pany, No. 1, and afterwards an assistant in same company. 

3055. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON' CLEVELAND (Robert Lutton", 

Benj. Norton*, Benj. Norton*, Ichabod 3 , Moses 5 , Moses»), m. Perth Amboy, N. 

J., June 17, 1 89 1, Martha (Mattie) Barton Pickard, b. Boston, 
Mass., Oct. 1, 1867, da. of Edward Louie and Sarah Martha 8 
(John Edgar 1 , b. Long Island, m. Elizabeth Randolph or Ran- 
dell of Perth Amboy; da. of Phineas Randell) Barton. Resi- 
dence always in Elizabeth, N. J. (1899), manufacturing jeweler 
in Newark, N. J., 1897, merchant at Elizabeth, 1899. 

8335 LeRov Pickard 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 26, 1893, Eliz- 
abeth. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



I035 



3056. 



NATHANIEL HUBBARD 7 CLEVELAND (Moses conkiini, 

Moses 6 , Ichabod*, Ichabod 3 , Moses", Moses 1 ), b. Southold, N. Y., June 17, 

1834, m. in Park Presbyterian church, New York city, Dec. 16, 
1869, Emma M. George, b. Farmingdale, Queens co., N. Y., Mar. 

24, 1846, a daughter of Ambrose and Cornelia (Raynor). Ch. b. 
Southold : 

8336 May or Mary Cornelia 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 23, 
1876, m. Stratford, Conn., Oct. 1, 1896, Elliott W. Peck, of the 
firm A. W. Burritt & Co. 

Nathaniel Hubbard 7 Cleveland has always lived at 
Southold (1897), where he still resides in the mansion on the 
homestead farm. Mr. Cleveland received a liberal academic 
education in the institutions of the locality, is of scientific, lit- 
erary, and antiquarian tastes. He has ever been ready to aid 
in, and is a subscriber to, this work. 

Mr. Cleveland has done much to preserve the records and 
data of Suffolk county. For many years he has been a contrib- 
utor to the press, his articles being chiefly on historical subjects. 
See Bibliogr'aphy, Chap. IV. His Salmon Record, which ap- 
peared first in the Long Island Traveller, 1879-81, afterward con- 
tinued in the Suffolk Weekly Times, has been a most important 
aid to researchers of the pedigrees of the early Suffolk co. fami- 
lies. Mr. Cleveland was elected Sept. 28, 1886, a member and 
councilor (representing Southold in the board) of the Suffolk 
County Historical Society (organized Sept. 28, 1886, president, 
James H. Tuthill, Riverhead, N. Y.). 

3057. 

WILLIAM HENRY 7 CLEVELAND (William Henry', Moses*, 

ichabods ictiabods, Moses"), m. Springfield, Mass., Nov. 29, 1 848, Eliza 
Bates, b. S., Oct. 3, 1823, da. Lewis and Rebecca (Bross). Of 
Springfield (1891), mason builder, s. p. 

3058. 

PARNEL CONKLIN 7 CLEVELAND (Wm. Henry*, Moses*, etc.), 

m. Springfield, Mass., July 5, 185 1, Albert Palmer Casey, born 
Providence, R. I., Oct. 3, 1828, son John and Almira (Corey), 1. 
Springfield, machinist.- Ch. b. Springfield : 

8337 Charles Albert* Casey, b. Jan. 26, 1854, d. June 23, 1854. 

8338 Mary Josephine* Casey, b. Aug. 10, 1856, m. S., Nov. 
18, 1880, Wells Lathrop, b. Holyoke, Hampshire co., Mass., Feb. 
1, 184.7, s - Oliver W. and Esther H. (Hendrick), 1. Spring!, in- 
spector at Wesson's pistol factory, s. p. 

8339 George Cleveland* Casey, b. Dec. 6, 1866, student. 

3059. 

JOHN THAYER 7 CLEVELAND (William Henry', Moses*, Icha- 
bod*, ichabod', Moses"), m. Bridgehampton, Suffolk co., N. Y., Aug. 

25, 1863, Lucy Cook, b. B., Feb. 7, 1840, da. Harvey and Betsey 



1036 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



(Sayre). Of Springfield, Mass. (1891), machinist. Ch. b. Spring- 
field : 8340 William Henry 8 , b. Aug. 12, 1865, d. July 30, 1866. 
8341 Frederick Cook" Cleveland, b. June 15, 1870, home 1891, 
clerk. 

3060. 

MARY ANN TERRY 7 CLEVELAND ( William Henry*, Moses», 

ichabod*, etc.), m. Springfield, Mass., May 9, 1889, as 2d w., Lewis 
Denison Boyington, b. Granby, Conn., Aug. 29, 1833, a s. David 
Ives and Emily (Hayes). Of Springf., armorer, s. p. He m. 
1st, Windsor, Conn., June 24, 1857, Susan Denslow Harris, b. 
W., Dec. 26, 1837, d. Springf., Feb. 19, 1887, da. Ephraim and 
Eliza Ann (Denslow). Ch.: Ida Adella Boyington, b. Nov. 23, 
1861, Holyoke, Mass. 

3061. 

GEORGE MOSES 7 CLEVELAND (William Henry*, Moses*, Ich- 
abod*, Ichabod', Moses*), m. Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 17, 1886, Mrs. 
Frank Susan (Lovegrove) Brace, born Potsdam, N. Y., Nov. 9, 
1850, wid. George V. Brace, daughter Hampton W. and Susan 
(Morse). Of Springfield, Mass., machinist U. S. A. (1891). 



3062. 

MOSES 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Moses*, Ichabod*, Ichabod.s, Moses*), 

m. 1st, Southold, N. Y., Feb. n, 1853, Bethia Amelia Moore, b. 
S., Feb. 17, 1829, d. S., Dec. 31, 1865, a da. Erastus and Jannette 
(Rackett). He m. 2d, Brooklyn, N. Y„ Feb. 7, 1871, Ellen Mar- 
garet Beluty, b. Devonshire, Eng., May 29, 1843, only da. Wil- 
liam and Ellen (Daniel), 1. Southold, mason, 1st m.: s. p. Ch. 
by 2d in.: 

8342 Lottie May 8 Cleveland, b. June 8, 1873, Southold, 
N. Y. 

3063. 

CATHARINE 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Moses*, etc.), m. South- 
old, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1849, Ezekiel Halsey Wiggins, b. Greenport, 
Suffolk co., N. Y., Apr. 4, 1824, d. Newbern, N. C, Nov. 15, 1864, 
s. Thomas and Anna (Williamson). Lived at Hempstead, N.Y., 
R. R. conductor, was in U. S. army and d. in his country's ser- 
vice. Ch.: 

8343 Ida Florence 9 Wiggins, b. Aug. 27, 1852, Farmingdale, 
N. Y., m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1877, Edmund Harvey, b. B. 
Aug. 3, 1850, son Edmund and Sarah Harvey (Patterson), 1. 
Brooklyn, bookkeeper. Ch. b. B.: Florence Edna 9 Harvey, b. 
Sept. 21, 1878 ; Edmund* Harvey, Dec. 24, 1880. 

8344 Henry Cleveland 1 ', b. June, 1855, d. Sept. 18, 1855. 

8345 Emily Frost 6 Wiggins, b. July 13, 1856, Hempstead. 

8346 Mary Cleveland* , b. Aug ? 8, 1864, Greenbush, N. Y. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



IO37 



3064. 



HENRY CONKLIN 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Moses«,ichabod*, 
ichabods, Moses*), m. Southold, N. Y., Mar. 11, 1853, Harriet Emily- 
Moore, b. S., Oct. 3, 1832, d. S., July 20, 1869, a da. Erastus and 
Jannette (Rackett), 1. Southold, blacksmith. Ch. b. Southold : 

8347 Florence Adel 8 Cleveland, b. July 25, 1854, m. 
Southold, Nov. 22, 1876, Edward Culver, b. Southampton, N.Y., 
s. Merit and Caroline (Marshall), 1. Southold, shoemaker. Ch.: 
Cora 9 Culver, b. Southamp.; Irvin* Culver, b. Southold. 

8348 Harriet Amelia 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 8, 1858. 

8349 Kate Wiggins 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 8, 1861, m. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., June, 1883, Charles Ketchum, he d. Greenport, 
N. Y., Aug., 1883. 

3065. 

PARNEL 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Moses*, etc.), m. Southold, 
N. Y., Jan. 5, 1853, Benjamin Williamson, b. Franklinville, L. 1., 
son Samuel and Experience (Penney), lived Greenport, L. I., 1. 
Franklinv., farmer. Ch. b. Southold : 

8350 Ella Isabel* Williamson, b. Mar. 5, 1854. 

8351 Edith Estelle* Williamson, b. June 7, 1857, m. Green- 
port, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1876, Benjamin Isaac Hallock, b. S., Oct. 14, 
1853, s. James and Hannah (Gardner), 1. Greenport, mariner. 
Ch.: Irving Penney* Hallock, b. Nov. 15, 1878, Greenport, N. Y. 

3066. 

JOSEPH BENJAMIN 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Moses*, Icha- 

bod*, etc.), was drowned in L. I. Sound off Huntington, N. Y., 
July 1, 1882, a. 44, m. Southold, Oct. 20, 1866, Annie Jeffreys, b. 
Eng., May 27, 1842, d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1880, da. Wil- 
liam and Annie (Smith), I'd Southold. He was a gallant sol- 
dier, member of Co. D, Conn. Heavy Art., formerly 19th In- 
fantry, mustered in Jan. 21, 1864, transf. to U. S. N., Apr. 14, 
1864. His name is inscribed on the soldiers' monument at 
Southold, erected May 30, 1887. He was of firm Jeffreys [Ar- 
thur] & Co., wholesale tobacconists, Brooklyn. He fell from 
steamer "W. W. Coit" and was drowned. Ch. b. Southold: 

8352 Joseph Jeffreys 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 30, 1867. 

8353 Bertha May 8 Cleveland, b. June 18, 1869, m. S., 
Sept. 14, 1887, Edward F. Taber, 1. Brooklyn, lawyer. 

8354 Edwin Irving 8 Cleveland, b. May 26, 1872. 

3067. 

JOHN DEMAREST 7 CLEVELAND (jose P h«,MosesMch.*,etc.), 
m. Southold, N. Y., May 16, 1869, Hannah Brown Overton, b. 
S., Dec. 7, 1850, da. George Clinton and Jane (Phillips), res. Ori- 
ent, L. I. Served in the army and his name is engraved on the 
soldiers' monument at Southold, dedicated May 30, 1887. Was 
elected constable at Southold Apr. 7, 1885. Ch. b. Orient : 

8355 George Herman 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 17, 1871. 

8356 Henry Demarest 8 Cleveland, b. June 7, 1878. 



IO38 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3068. 

ChCLVleS John? Hill (Elizabeth", John«, Samuel*, Aaron', Aaron 2 ), d. 

Fritham Lodge, New Forest, by Southampton, Eng., Feb. 19, 
1876, a. 79, m. Newington, Surry, Eng., Oct. 21, 18 18, Ann 
Symons, b. St. Austell, Cornwall, Eng., Oct. 21, 1798, d. 
Fritham L., Oct. 7, 1874, a da. Richard and Ann (Carbis). For 
many years chief clerk of dock-yard, Halifax, N. S. Ch. : 

+8357 Ann* Hill, b. Aug. 4, 1819, Halifax. 

+8358 Elizabeth* Hill, b. Feb. 18, 1821, Halifax. 

+ 8359 Charles* Hill, b. July 24, 1822, Halifax. 

-j-8360 Isabella* Hill, b. Mar. 7, 1824, Halifax. 

-f-8361 Jessie* Hill, b. Mar. 15, 1826, Halifax. 
8362 Robert*, b". June 23, 1827, H., d. Apr. 1, 1828. 

+8363 Mary* Hill, b. Aug. n, 1829, H. 8364 Adelaide* Hill, 
b. Mar. 11, 1831, H., d. Windsor, N. S., July 15, 1838. 

8365 Amelia* Hill, b. Mar. 8, 1833, H., m. ist, Bramshaw, 
New Forest, Eng., Nov. 20, 1854, Lt. Arthur Payne Smith, 
Royal Engineers, he d. Kempsey, n. Worcester, Sept. 24, 1855. 
She m. 2d, Halifax, Apr. 10, 1861, Lt. Archibald George Keen 
of 62d reg., British Army, s. George and Sarah (Campbell), res. 
Rowley Hall, Staffordsh., Eng. s. p. . 

8366 Richard* Hill, b. July 10, 1835, Dartmouth, N. S., d. 
Batavia, Java, Jan. 18, 1866, unm. 

8367 Florence* Hill, b. July 17, 1837, Hal., d. Aug. 3, 1838. 

8368 Grace* Hill, b. July 26, 1839, H., m. Bramshaw, Aug. 
11, 1858, Lt. Philip Harington, Royal Marine Light Inf., s. 
Capt. Edward Musgrave Harington, R. N. Ch. : John Edward 
Musgrave* Harington, b. Aug. 23, i860, Plymouth, Eng. ; Ethel 
Grace* Harington, b. Mar. 22, 1862, P., d. London, Eng. ; Arthur 
Vivian* '«' Harington, b. June 5, 1864, Auckland, New Zealand; 
Charles Philip* Harington, Oct. 14, 1865, A. ; Richard Cecil 9 
Moorsom* Harington, Dec. 25, 1866, Taurauga, New Zealand ; 
Cleveland* Harington, Feb. 15, 1869, T. 

+8369 Georgina* Hill, b. Apr. 4, 1841, Halifax, N. S. 



3069. 

TSli&CL 1 Hill (Elizabeth*, John", Samuel*, Aaron*, Aaron 2 ), d. Halifax, 

N. S., Nov. 18, 1863, a. 66, m. Windsor, N. S., Oct. 12, 1822, 
William Maxwell Allen, b. Fort Cumberland, July 26, 1795, d. 
Halifax, Dec. 1, 1869, 1. Halifax, auctioneer. Ch. : 

8370 William Maxwell* Allen, b. Aug. 6, 1823, Gov. of 
Sable Island. Robert HUP Allen, b. and d. Mar. 1, 1825. 

8371 Thomas Pike* Allen, b. Feb. 18, 1826, m. Ann Fraser. 

8372 Winkworth George*, b. Apr. 29, 1827, d. 1833. 
+8373 Sarah Elizabeth* Allen, b. Feb. 4, 1830. 

8374 Catharine Mary* Allen, b. Jan. 24, 1832, d. Sept., 1865, 
unm. 

8375 Isabella Hill* Allen, b. July 25, 1834, d. Nov. 6, 1835 ; 
Alice Jane*,h. Aug. 2, d. H., 21, 1845 ; Charles Edward*, b. Aug. 
31, 1837, d. July 25, 1883. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1039 



3070. 



Mary Hebecca 1 Hill (Elizabeth*), d., m. Halifax, N. S., July 
26, 1816, Maj. Benjamin Oneale Lyster, Maj. British Army, Lt. 
Royal Art. Ch. : 3 sons", 1 da*. 

8376 Catherine* Lyster, m. Mr. Cossar, Halifax. 

3072. 

William 1 Hill (Elizabeth 8 , John', Samuel*, Aaron*, Aaron"), d. Hali- 
fax, N. S., Dec. 30, 1885, a. 78, m. H., Dec. 28, 1828, Cevilla 
Albro Stevens, b. H., Aug. 25, 1810, da. Francis and Catherine 
(Foss). Ch. b. Halifax : 

+8377 Emma* Hill, b. Oct. 28, 1830. 
8378 George Annand* Hill, b. Aug. 5, 1832, washed over- 
board at sea, Apr. 22, 1856, mariner. 

+ 8379 Elizabeth Cleary* Hill, b. Apr. 20, 1834. 
8380 Francis Robert Hill, b. May 3, 1836, drowned at sea, 
Sept. 8, 1880, mariner. 8381 William 9 Hill, b. June 6, 1838, d. 
Halifax, May 20, 1872, unm., mariner. 

+8382 Cevilla* Hill, b. Oct. 12, 1840. 

8383 Catharine Foss* Hill, b. June 14, unm., res. Halifax. 
William 1 Hill, residence, Halifax ; wa§ in the customs many 

years, until the service with which he was identified was abol- 
ished, after which he occupied a seat in the surveyor's office as 
a broker. Mrs. Cevilla Albro (Stevens) Hill, residence, Halifax 
(1886). 

3073. 

Jane 1 Hill (Elizabeth*), d., m. Windsor; N. S., Mar. 26, 1831, 
Hon. Richard A. McHeffy, member Legislative Council, 1. 
Windsor, farmer. Ch. : 

8384 Katherine Elizabeth* McHeffy, m. W., Nov. 5, 1862, 
Alfred C. Thomas from Eng., civil engineer, 1. Windsor. Ch. : 
Mary St. Clair* Thomas, d. Oct. 30, aged 21. 

8385 Mary* McHeffy, m. Mr. Moffat. 

8386-8 Jessie Isabell Cleaveland* McHeffy, m. Windsor 
Forks, July 3, 1869, W. Inglis Moffat, Esq., res., Amherst, bar- 
rister ; Da*, m. Dickey, atty. ; George* McHeffy, farmer. 

3074. 

George 1 Hill (Elizabeth*, Johns, Samuel*, Aaron*, Aaron"), d., m. Mary 

Archibald, da. Hon. Samuel George Adams and Elizabeth 
(Dickson), attorney-gen., Halifax, and 'sister of Hon. Adams G. 
Archibald, Gov. of N. S. Ch. : 
+8389 Mary* Hill. 

3078. 

Jean 1 Liddell (Harriet*, John', Samuel*, &c), d. Halifax, N. S., 
ab. Dec, 1885, m. H., Sept. 14, 1842, Sir Hugh William Hoyles, 
b. Newfoundland, Oct. 17, 1814, s. Newman Wright and Lucre- 
tia (Brown), grad. Picton, N. S., coll., 1852, ex-Chief Justice and 
Administrator, Placentia, Newfoundland, res., Halifax. Ch. : 



1040 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



8390 Newman Wright* Hoyles of Halifax ; Harriet Liddett* 
Hoyles ; Lucretia Jean 6 , d. London, Eng. ; Hugh William* Hoyles; 
Lucretia Jean* (ag.) ; Susan Beatrice*, d. Newfoundland ; Alfred 
LiddeW Hoyles. 

3079, 

M-CLVgaVef 1 JMCcKenzie (Mary or -Lucy", John", Samuel*, Aaron", 

Aaron2), d., m. John McDougall, res., Millburn, 111., 1889, farmer. 
Ch. : 

8391 Mary* McDougall, m. Dr. Daniel Lewis, 1. Elpaso. 

8392 Alexander* McDougall, m. Miss Howe of Chicago, 
111., in Board of Trade ; Margaret* McDougall, d. j Marion* Mc- 
Dougall, unm. 

8393 Jessie* McDougall, d., m. Dr. Benjamin Cory, he res. 
Waukegan, 111. Ch. :2 s. 2 da. 

John* McDougall, unm., of Millburn, farmer ; Robert*, unm., 
of M., farmer ; Archie*, d. ; Eleanor*, unm., of M. ; Emma*, of M., 
unm. ; Annie*, -d. ; Agnes* McDougall, unm., of M. 

3082. 

JollTl PalmeV^ Usher {Nathaniel* Usher, Hezekiah* Usher, Abigail*, 

Aaron", Aaron*, Moses*), b. Brookfield, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1 81 6, d. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Apr. 13, 1889, m. in Ind., June 26, 1844, Margaret 
Patterson, da. of Gen. Arthur and Margaret McCrea (Chambers). 
Ch. : 8394 Arthur Patterson* Usher, b. Nov. 17, 1846, d. 1886, 
unm. 8395 John Palmer* Usher, b. Sept. 22, 1849, unm., resi- 
dence, Lawrence, Kan., 1892. 

8396 Linton J* Usher, b. Dec. 9, 1852, m. his cousin, Lucy 
Dedrick, she d. Dec. 9, 1885. Ch. : John Linton* Usher, b. Sept. 
16, 1885. 

8397 Samuel Chambers* Usher, b. Nov. 7, 1855, unm., 1892. 
Hon. John Palmer 1 Usher, Secretary of the Interior in the 

Cabinet of Hon. Abraham Lincoln, President of the U. S., the 
only member of the Cleveland family a Cabinet Minister. 

Mr. Usher removed, 1 840, to Indiana, where he studied law 
and practiced the profession ; was elected a member of the 
State Legislature, and was a short time Attorney- General of 
' the State. By Pres. Lincoln he was appointed, 1862, the first 
Assistant Secretary of the Interior Department, and on the res- 
ignation of Hon. Caleb Blood Smith of Ind. as Secretary of the 
Interior (served Mar., 1861, to Dec, 1862), Mr. Usher was 
appointed to succeed him, and was Secretary of the Interior 
from Jan., 1863, until he "resigned in the spring of 1865. (His 
successor in the position was James Harlan of la., who served 
from May, 1865.) Resumed his profession, was a judge. Was 
Consulting Attorney for the Eastern Division of the Union 
Pacific R. R. Co. Was, 1887, chief atty. of Kansas Pacific and 
U. P. Railroads. Residence, Lawrence. See Dictionary of 
Congress and General Government, by Charles Lanman, 1868, p ; 442 : 
14th Administration and p. 448 ; Dictionary of American Biog- 
raphy, By Francis S. Drake, 1876, p. pj4, &c. 

Mrs. Margaret (Patterson) Usher, residence, 1892 : 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1041 



Patterson ancestry ; — Gen. Arthur" Patterson, b. in Ireland, came when a boy to 
America (cousin to William, b. ab. 1750. merchant, d. Baltimore, Md., 1835, whose da. 
Elizabeth m. Dec, 1803, Jerome Bonaparte — bro. of Napoleon — on a visit to America as 
capt. of a frigate), m. Margaret McCrea Chambers, b. n. Trenton, N. J. 

Chambers ancestry : — Col. Chambers from Scotland (his bro. an officer in British 
army, resigned, came" to America, volunteered on Gen. Edward Braddock's staff, was 
killed at Braddock's defeat on the Monongahela, July o, 1755), col. in N. J. line during 
Revol., at close of war rem. to western Pa., where he soon d., result of exposure during 
war, m. Sarah Sloan, whose mother was a Shields from Ireland. The Sloans settled 
about New Brunswick, N. J., and it is believed that one da. m. a bro. of Jane McCrea, 
killed by Indians, Ft. Edward, n. Saratoga, N Y., July 27, 1777, da. of Rev. James 
McCrea, Scotch Pres. ofLamington, Somerset co., N. J. 

3083. 

Seidell 7 Usher (Jonathan* Usher, Dr. Robert* Usher, Abigail*, Aaron", 

Aaron^Mosesi), b. Higganum, Conn., Feb. 23, 1806, d. there Apr. i, 
1883,111. Hartford, Conn., Feb. 3, 1833, Sarah Johnson Hubbard, 
b. Middletown, Conn., Mar. 19, 181 2, da. Stephen and Sarah 
(Johnson). Ch. b. Higganum : 

+8398 Melissa* Usher, b. Sept. 8, 1835. 

8399 Jerusha* afterward Jessie* Usher, b. Dec. 9, 1837. 
Miss Usher graduated from Mt. Holyoke Seminary (now, 

1892, College) 1857, has taught at Mt. Holyoke, at Vassar, and 
at Wellesley. For the last few years has resided at home in Hig- 
ganum. Miss Usher kindly contributed the records of her 
branch. 

8400 Cyron Jonathan* Usher, b. Oct. 29, 1849, unm. 1892. 
Selden 7 Usher resided at Higganum, oakum manufacturer. 
Mrs. Sarah Johnson (Hubbard) Usher residence : 

Hubbard ancestries: — 2 arms: Hubart;4.- Hubert ; 1 : Hubberd; /.• Hub- 
bert ; 3 : HU3BARD. Hubbard or Hubert. Per cross, ar. and sa. ; on a bend gu. 

3 lions ramp, or George 1 of Glastonbury, Somersetshire, Eng., prob. went fr. 

Watertown, of Wethersfield, the part now Glastonbury, Conn., 1636, where land was as- 
signed him, rep. in the first Gen. Court 1638, Milford 1644, Guilford 1648, d. Jan., 1683, m. 
Mary ; George 2 , b. 1601, Hartford 1639, Middletown 1651, m. Elizabeth Watts of Hartford, 
a da. of Richard and Elizabeth — who mentions in will a cousin in Banbury, Oxfordsh., 
Eng.; Nathaniel 3 , b. Middlet. Dec. 1, 1652, m. MaryEarle; John*, b. 1692, "must have 
been Dea. John, bap. Dec. 4, 1692 (writes a descendant), of Middletown, who d. 1753, in 
61st year, he and w. g. s. at M., who m. Elizabeth Stow, who d. May g, 1764, in 64 y." 
thought a da. of John Stow ; Martha 5 m. Elisha Brainard 6 , Dea. John Earl 8 of M. m. 
Anna Allen ; Capt. John Earl 6 m. Phebe Brainard 8 ; Stephen' Hubbard m. Sarah John- 
son, da. Freelove 2 (Jedediah 1 of M. m. Lydia) Johnson and Lois 2 (Samuel 1 of M. m. Mar- 
tha Harris) Johnson. See Desc. of Geo. Hubbard, by Luther Prescott Hubbard. 

Brainard ancestry : —Daniel 1 , Daniel 2 (see +1375) ; Elijah 3 b. 1677, of Haddam, Conn., 
m. 1st Mary Bushnell of Norwich ; Elijah* m. Phebe Bailey ; Elisha 5 m. Martha Hub- 
bard 6 ; Phebe 6 Brainard m. John Earl Hubbard 6 — Brainard gen. ■ 

3084. 

Cornelia Ann 7 Usher (Jonathan* usher), m. Higganum, 
Conn., Feb. 7, 1826, Braddock Strong, b. Middle Haddam, Mid- 
dlesex co., Conn., Dec 28, 1799, d. there Sept. 30, 1878, s. Demas 
and Mary (Swift). Of Middle Had., Higganum, Madison, far- 
mer. Ch. : 

+ 8401 Charles 6 Strong, b. May 1, 1827; Son 9 , b. Nov. 1, 1830, 
d. soon. 

8402 Caroline Mehitable* Strong, b. June 11, 1832, H., was 
several years missionary in Mexico, under auspices of the Am. 
Board. Has a Spanish Home and Industrial School N. Y. city, 
1892. 

8403 Susan Stocking* Strong, b. July 28, 1837, Middle Had.; 
associated with sister in Spanish Home, N. Y. c. 

66 



1042 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



Cornelia Usher* Strong, b. June 25, 1843, Middle H., m. 
there William Brooks of Haddam Neck, then of Glastonbury, s. 
of Daniel. Of E. Hampton, gardener. Ch. : Irving Strong* 
Brooks, b. Glastonbury ; Charles* Brooks, b. G. ; Carrie May* 
Brooks, b. G. 

Mary Smith* Strong, b. Dec. 29, 1846, Middle H., d. 
there ; Davis Swiff Strong, b. Oct. 31, 1852, Middle H., m. Sept., 
1889, Florence Cushman of Bloomfield, Conn. Of Middle H., 
farmer. 

3085. 

Caroline Mehitable 1 Usher (Jonathan* usher), d. Higga- 
num, Conn., Oct. 29, 1885, a. 74, m. H. Nov. 16, 1831, Roswell 
Reed, b. Granby, Conn., Oct. 22, 1805, d. Higganum Sept. 1, 1885. 
Of Higganum after rn,, clothier. Ch. : 

-(-8404 Cornelia Jane* Reed, b. June 15, 1833. 

8405 Abby Maria* Reed, b. Nov. 20, 1834, m. Oct. 1, 1855, 
Stephen Nelson Gladwin of H. Res., 1892, Titusville, Brevard 
co., Fla. Ch. : Clarence Russell Gladwin, b. July 3, 1856, d. Feb. 
13, 1877 ; Annie Selden* Gladwin, b. May 2, 1858, d. Oct. 18, 1870; 
Robert Usher 9 Gladwin, b. Apr. 15, 1869, Susan* Gladwin, July 29, 
1873 ;- Richard Gladwin, Dec. 6, 1875. 

+ 8406 Emeline Usher* Reed, b. June 5, 1837 : Caroline Mehit- 
ble* Reed, b. Mar. 20, 1839, d. Nov. ; Mary Catharine* Reed,b. Feb. 
11, 1842. 

84o6 a Albert Oliver* Reed, b. Apr. 5, 1844, m. Frances Ger- 
trude Gladwin of Middletown. Ch. : Walter Ferley* Reed ; Ed- 
ward* Reed ; Alberf Reed ; Arthur Charles* Reed. 

84o6 b Armenia Marietta* Reed, b. Apr. 5, 1844, d. May, 1889, 
m. RoviraJ. Gladwin. Ch. : Annie Ellen* Gladwin, d. Nov., 1882; 
Ellen Maria* Gladwin. 

8406° Jonathan afterward John Usher* Reed,b. Apr. 5, 1855, 
m. Grace Pelton of Hazardville, Hartford co., Conn., res. Hart- 
ford, Conn., 1892, machinist. Ch. : George Roswell* Reed j Clar- 
ence* Reed ; Bertha* Reed; Clara Mary* Reed. 

3086. 

Horace 1 Usher (Robert* Usher, Robert* Usher, Abigail 4 , Aaron*, Aarons, 

Moses'), d. Sept. 29, 1879, a. 78, m. Nov. 28, 1830, Olive Brainard, b. 

NOV. 17, 1803, d. Feb. 1884, a da. Ezra 6 (William*, Stephen^ Daniel", Daniel', 
see+1061) Brainard and Olive 5 (Stephen^, m. Rachel Day, da. Joseph Day and 
Esther Hungerford, Stephen 3 , Daniel 2 , i) Brainard, of E. Hamilton, N. Y. 

Ch. : 8407 E. Corydon* Usher, b. Jan. 28, 1832, m. Aug. 28, 1853, 
Elizabeth M. Nye. s. p. 0. Lucyne\ b. Sept. 2, 1833, d. May 7, 
1843 ; Almira Maritta*, b. Apr. 6, 1837 ; Guert E.*, Dec. 7, 1843, m - 
s. p. ; R. Melville 3 Usher, b. Sept. 8, 1846, m. s. p. 

3089. 

HORATIO JOHNSON 7 CLEVELAND (Aaron Porter*, Josiah*,. 
Josiah*, Aaron', Aaron", Moses'), d. Lavaca CO., Texas, Mar. 22, 1864, 

a. 74, m. (4 miles fr. Sackett's Harbor), in Houndsfield tp., Jeff. 
co., N. Y., Mar. 18,-1813, Cynthia Carley, b. Williamstown, Vt> 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



I043 



or in Mass., Sept. 19, 1796, d. Dec. 26, 1859, da. Quartus and 
Rebecca (Smedley). Ch. : 

8408 Iantha Porter 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 2, 1814, Kilkenny, 
N. Y., d. Grindstone Isle, St. Lawrence River, 1830, iinm. 

+ 8409 Henry Porter' Cleveland, b. Mar. 18, 1815, fow- 
ler, formerly Kilkenny. 

8410 Rebecca Naomi 6 Cleveland, b. Oct. 17, 1817, 
Houndsf., d. LaGrange, Fayette co., Tex., 185 1, m. 4^ m. N. of 
Chicago, 1834-5, Hiram King Persons or Parsons, 1. Lavaca co., 
1883. Ch. : Lore?? Persons j Samantha* Persons j Charles* Per- 
sons ; George* Persons ; Horatio* Persons ; Marcellus* Persons ; 
Margaret Elthea* Persons. 

+ 841 1 Sylvester Johnson 8 Cleveland, b. July 18, 1819, 
Houndsfield. 

+8412 Sally Maria 8 Cleveland, b. May 18, 1820, Grind- 
stone Isle. 

8413 Lucinda Jane 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 19, 1822, Grind- 
st. I., d. bef. 1 87 1, m., 1843, Erastus Clark, he d. La Grange Apr. 
11, 1856, dwelt La G. Ch. : 6: Sally" Clark j Cynthia Mary 9 
Clark; John Francis* Clark. 

-I-84T4 Charles Josiah" Cleveland, b. Nov. 18, 1823, 
Houndsf. 

+ 8415 Salmon Carley 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 3, 1825, De- 
pauville, Jefferson co., N. Y. 

8416 Lorinda 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 26, 1826, D., d., 1833, 
unm., or m. and d. 

8417 Emeline Pamelia 8 , b. Sept. 20, 1829, D., d. bef. 1871, 
m. 1st 185 1, Zadoc B. Birchhall, or Yeddick Buckhaults, he d. 
Galveston, Tex., in Confederate army. She m. 2d William L. 
Fluker, I'd B. Jack Springs, Fayette co., Texas. 1st m. s. p. 
Ch. by 2d m. : William L* Fluker ; Twin daughters*, 1 d. 

8418 Cynthia Althea 8 , b. July 16, 1834, Depauv., d. bef. 
1871, m. 1st Austen Dumas, he d. She m. 2d William McKinzie, 
I'd La Grange. Ch. by 1st m. : Julius Henry* Dumas j Nancy 
Frances* Dumas ; Charity* Dumas. By 2d m. : 2, 1 d. . 

8419 Eugene Francis Marion 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 12, 
1836, Racine co., Wis., d. La Grange 1845, unm. 

8420 Friend William 3 Cleveland, b. July 15, 1840, Ra- 
cine co., d. bef. 1871, m..Mary Holt, she d., lived La Grange. 
Ch.: Several 9 , all d. 

Horatio Johnson 7 Cleveland lived at Houndsfield, was 
reared by his gr. fa., Josiah 5 , until aged 15, then served 7 years 
learning tanner's trade. He lumbered and run the river till 
war of 18 1 2, when he enlisted. Was in Sackett's Harbor battle, 
and discharged at Sackett's H. at close of war. Went to Chi- 
cago 1833, stopping at Cleveland. Rem. to Pike Grove, Racine 
co., Wis. Dwelt once at Sharon Meeting House or Delaware 
City, Del. Rem. 1841 to La Grange. He is buried in the Mul- 
berry churchyard, Fayette co. His wife is buried at the Metho- 
dist church in Colorado co., Tex., 6 miles E. of Prairie Point, 
Anderson co., Tex. 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



3090. 



HENRY WARREN 7 CLEVELAND (Aaron Porter", JosiaW, Jo- 
siah«, Aaron', Aaron*), d. Austin, CaSS CO., Mo., Mar. 24, 1869, a. 78, 

m. 1st, Bainbridge, N. Y., Ma}'- 28, 1815, Elizabeth Coe, b. Bur- 
lington, N. Y., July 26, 1794, died Peoria, 111., 'May 27, 1846, da. 
Zechariah and Miriam (Calkins). Divorced at Peoria, 111., 1837. 
He m. 2d, n. Dixon, 111., Oct., 1839, Rowena Oram, she d. since 
1869. Ch. by 1st m.: 

' 8421 Persis Alvira 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 5, 1816, Burling- 
ton, tn. 1st, Peoria, Oct. 18, 1836, Chester Hamlin, b. Wilbraham, 
Mass., Aug. 31, 1813, d. San Frajicisco, Gal., Sept. 30, 1852, a s. 
John and Lucy (Barton), mechanic. She m. 2d, San F., Feb. 
19, 1857, Benajah Benedict, b. Addison, Vt., Dec. 21, -1825, son 
Newton and Salome (Towner), 1. Alameda, Alameda co., Cal., 
Bay Island Farm, 1883, grower of hops and produce. Ch. by 
1st m., b. Peoria: Adelaide Louise 9 Hamlin, b. July 24, 1837, died 
Oct. 15, 1838; Isabel Amelia 9 Hamlin, b. Jan. 31, 1839, m.; Adrian 
Ralph 9 Hamlin, b. Oct. 15, 1842, m.; Ellen Betsey 9 Hamlin, b. Mar. 
1, 1848, d. Aug. 26, 1850. 2d m.: s. p. 

8422 Fidelia Eliza 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 11, 1818, Guil- 
ford, Chenango co., N. Y., d. Saginaw, Mich., Nov. 18, 1862, m. 
Peoria, Dec. 26, 1837, her cousin, Coe Garratt, he died Saginaw, 
Oct. 9, 1863, a s. John and Lois (Coe), I'd Peoria. Ch.: Sidney 
Warren William 9 Garratt, born Aug. 31, 1840, Burlington, N. Y., 
unm. 1873, at Selma, Dallas co., Ala., printer. 

8423 Miriam Pamelia 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 17, 1820, Guilf., 
m. Peoria, July 3, 1836, Enos Parker Wood, b. West Albans, Vt., 
Oct. 8, 1816, s. Reuben Richardson and Phebe (Danforth), I'd 
Peoria, they parted, both 1. Cal., 1883, she 1. Alameda. Ch.: 
Edwin Myron 9 Wood, b. June 10, 1839, Lancaster, Wis.; Chester 
Fry 9 Wood, b. Sept. 3, 1842, Peoria; Frederick William 9 Wood, b. 
Apr. 27, 1853, Prairie du Chien, Crawford co., Wis. 

8424 . Betsey Ann 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 7, 1824, Albany, 
Albany co., N. Y., d. Camden, Conn., Dec. 19, 1825. Henrietta 8 , 
b. Jan. 2, 1826, A., d. A., Feb. 5, 1827. By 2d m., b. Baltimore, 
Md.: 

8425 Napoleon Bonaparte 8 Cleveland, b. Dee. 7, 1841, 
killed in skirmish n. Springfield, Greene co., Mo., 1862, by Quan- 
trell's men, unm. 8426 Henry Clay 8 ," b. Apr. 4, 1843, d. Dec. 

5, 185*- 

8427 Rowena 8 Cleveland, born Mar. 25, 1849, unm., in 

Kansas, 1869. 

Col. Henry Warren 7 Cleveland lived at Albany to spring 
1833, Chicago to fall 1834, then rem. to Peoria, built and man- 
aged a horse ferry boat on the 111. river. He erected a fine 
dwelling, inscribing therein the year when built, 1835-6. He 
was associated 8 years with Prof. Samuel Finley Breese Morse, 
LL.D., and was the first one to succeed in working wires under 
water, after it had been given up by others- as impracticable. 
By an invention of his own, Col. Cleveland succeeded in carry- 
ing the wires under the Gunpowder river, between Baltimore 
and Washington.- [In 1844, Prof. Morse completed the first 
electric telegraph in the U. S., between B. and Washington.] 



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He afterwards constructed telegraphs tinder other rivers in 
various parts of the country. During the war, Col. Cleveland 
did good service in command of a force of secret service men, 
and lived in Mo.; Dayton, Mich., spring of 1868, Austin after- 
ward. The whereabouts of his descendants were discovered by 
H. G. Cleveland, by advertising in Peoria Transcript, Jan. 12, 1883. 

3091. 

Johfl 1 HillS (Sarah«, josiah^, Josiah*, AaronS, Aaron 5 ), d. Lockport, 

N. Y., Mar. 17, 1878, a. 89, m. Bristol, N. Y., Mar. 23, 1815, Cyn- 
thia Bissel, b. S. Hadley, Mass., Tan. 27, 1795, d. Cambria, N. Y., 
Apr. 1, 1844, da. Ebenezer and Anna (Bartlett). Dwelt in Ob- 
long to 1790, Walton, Delaware co., N. Y., to 1797, Bristol, N. Y., 
to Mar., 18-17, Cambria af. Children : 

• 8428 Anna Bissell Bartlett* Hills, b. Mar. 7, 1816, Bristol, 
m. Cambria, Aug. 31, 1837, Alvin Chapin, b. Solon, N. Y., July 
25, 1808, d. Lockport, Sept. 17, 1875, s. Luke and Mary (Wild- 
man), 1. Lockport. Ch.: Norman Hills 9 Chapin, b. Mar. 10, 1840, 
Niagara, N. Y., d. July 23, 1844. 

8429 Sarah Cleveland* Hills, b. Feb. 27, 182 1, Cambria, m. 
C, Jan. 31, 1841, Washington Clark Andrus, b. Pawlet, Vt, Nov. 
10, 1812, s. Asa and Lucy (Bushnell), 1. Pendleton, Niagara co., 
N. Y., farmer. Ch. b. P.: Silas Hills 9 Andrus, Mar. 22, 1844; 
Ellen Cynthia? Andrus, July 6, 1846. 

3095. 

Norman 1 Sills (sarah"), died June 29, 1881, a. 80, m. Sally 
Hart, b. Feb. 10, 1801, d. Oct. 25, 1862. Ch.: 

8430 Silas Lorenzo* Hills, b. Sept. 2, 1824, d. Mar. 4, 1861. 

8431 William Hart* Hills, b. Mar. 1, 1829. 

8432 Louisa Annis* Hills, b. Dec. 26, 1831, m. Mr. Tiffany, 
and has furnished many records of her branch. 

3097. 

Horatio Nelson 1 Hills (saraw), died Cleveland, O., Feb., 
1881, a. 73, lived in Medina, Medina co., O., and Mt. Vernon, 
Knox c0., O. Ch.: 

8433 Daughter*, m. Mr. Burt, 1. Granger, O. 

3098. 

Frances Cleveland? SillS (Sarahe, Josiahs, Josiah*, Aaron3, Aaron 2 ), 

m. 1832, George J. Cooke. Dwelt Bloomfield, N. Y., to 1840, 
Bristol Centre, N. Y., to 1853, Penn Yan, N. Y. to 1858, since, 
Elmira, N. Y., 1882. Ch.: 

8434 Aaron J. s Cooke, 1. Bay City, Mich., 1882, of Cook [A. 
J.] & Co. [J. F. Romer, D. A. Langworthy], merchants, dry 
goods, etc. 

8435 Martha M* Cooke, m. Allen Francis, 1. Cleveland, O. 

8436 Sarah L. a Cooke. 8437 Ellen G* Cooke; Nathaniel S.* 
Cooke, d.; Gerrit S? Cooke ; Jennie S. s , d. 



IO46 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3100. 

FclllViy' CoinptOn (Clarissa^ Josiah<s, Josiah", Aarons, Aaron"), died 

Rutland co., Vt, May 30, 1838, a. 44, m. Delaware -co., N. Y., 
Jan., 1811, Jonah Wicker, b. Worcester, Mass., Dec. 2, 1783, d. 
Moscow, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1874, s. Luther and Catharine (Johnson). 
Ch.: 

8438 Lorinda* Wicker, b. Jan. 15, 181 2, Tompkins, Dela- 
ware co., N. Y. 

-f-8439 Frederick G. s Wicker, b. Apr. 17, 1814, T. 

8440 Johnson*, b. June 15, 1816, T., d. July 2, 1869. 

8441 Clarissa 9 Wicker, b. July 18, 1818, T., m. Ruel Parker, 
he d. Dec, 1879. She 1. Douglas, la., 1882. Ch.: Romanzo 9 Par- 
ker, b. Apr., 1848, d. Sept., 1850; Lucy 9 Parker, b. July, 1849, d. 
Sept., 1850; Son 9 , b. and d. Feb., 185 1, a. 1 day; John W 9 Par- 
ker, b. Feb., 1852; Fanny Parker, b. Feb., 1855; Sallie 9 Parker, 
b. Sept., 1861. 

-f-8442 Luther* Wicker, b. Jan. 24, 1821, Tompkins. 

8443 James Compton* Wicker, born Apr. 16, 1823, Pittsford, 
Rutland co., Vt, m. 1st, Apr., 1853, Mary Leach Orr, she d. in 
Cal., Apr., 1863. He m. 2d, 1869, Mary Josephine Candee, res. 
Geneseo, N. Y., 1882. Ch. by 1st m., b. Cal.: James J 9 Wicker, 
Oct., 1857 ; Lorinda M. 9 Wicker, Sept., i860 ; Mary Leach 9 Wicker, 
Mar., 1863. By 2d m., b. Moscow, N. Y.: George Ray 9 Wicker, 
Jan., 1870; Effie Narcissa 9 Wicker, July, 187 1; Fannie E? Wicker, 
Apr., 1873 ; Betsey C. 9 Wicker, Sept., 1874, d. Jan., 1875 ; Josephine 9 
Wicker, b. Aug., 1878. 

+8444 Fanny" Wicker, b. Mar. 31, 1826, Pittsford. 

-j-8445 Betsey* Wicker, b. July 6, 1828, Pittsford. 

-j-8446 Jerome* Wicker, b. June 4, 1831, Pittsford. 
8447 John* Wicker, b. Dec. 9, 1834, Pittsford. 

3101. 

Hugh 7 ComptOtl (Clarissa^, JosiahB, Josiah*, Aarons, Aaron=), died 

Washington tp., Erie co., Pa., Apr. 8, 1878, a. 83, m. 1st, Leices- 
ter, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1822, Alynda Burt, b. Aug. 16, 1799, d. Lena- 
wee co., Mich., Aug. 26, 1835, da. Luther and Priscilla (Comp- 
ton). He m. 2d, Washington, Pa., Dec. 8, 1842, Martha Proudfit, 
born Hopewell tp., York co., Pa., da. Alexander and Martha 
(McCleary). Ch. by 1st m.: Julia Ann*, b. Mar. 10, 1823, Pike, 
N. Y., d. Aug. 27, 1824. 

+8448 Priscilla* Compton, b. Aug. 19, 1824, Pike. 

8449 Porter Cleveland* Compton, born Dec. 17, 1826, P., m. 
Woodcock, Pa., Sept., 1855, Henrietta Wikoff, a da. William and 
Martha (Thickstun). Ch.: Hugh 9 Compton, b. Apr. 17, 1857, St 
Charles, Winona co., Minn.; Emmett 9 , July 7, 1861, Meadville, 
Pa.; Evelyn 9 , Apr. 9, 1870, Ames, Story co., la. Twin Son", born 
Dec. 17, d. 21, 1826. 

8450 Perry Johnson* Compton, b. Dec. 26, 1828, Leices., m. 
Woodc, Feb. 3, 1854, Nancy Wikoff, she d. Jewell, Jewell co., 
Kan., Sept., 1874, a da. William and Martha (Thickstun). Ch.: 
Clara 9 Compton, born 1855, St. Charles; Cynthia 9 , b. 1857, St. C; 
Burt 9 , b. i860, St. C; Amos 9 , b. 1864, Woodc; Frank 9 , b. 1867, 



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IO47 



St. C, d. Jewell, 1874 ; Harry 9 , b. 1869, St. C; Bennie 9 , b. and d. 
Jewell, 1874. James Decatur* Compton, b. Dec. 7, 1830, Leic, d. 
June 1, 1 83 1. 

8450 s1 Clarissa Narcissa* Compton, born Apr. 17, 1832, Ypsi- 
lanti, Mich., d. Woodc, Dec. 5, 1856. 

8451 Lonsia Maria* Compton, b. Aug. 15, 1834, Ypsil., died 
Winona, Mar. 24, 1879, m. Crawford co., Pa., June 17, 1855, Sam- 
uel Lord, b. July 26, 183 1, d. Mantorville, Dodge co., Minn., Feb. 
13, 1880, son Enoch and Eleanor (Warren). Ch.: Mary Ellen* 
Lord, b. Dec. 17, 1856, Marion, Olmsted co., Minn., d. Mantorv., 
Mar., 1875 ; Samuel" Lord, b. Feb. 25, 1859, Mantorv.; Baby 9 Lord, 
b. Jan. 10, 1862, d. Meadv., Jan. 17, 1864; Myrtle Alynda 9 Lord, b. 
Aug. 31, 1865, Mantorv.; Hugh Compton 9 Lord,b. Jan. 23, 1867, 
Mantorv.; Richard 9 Lord, Oct. 28, 1868, Mantorv.; Clara Louisa 9 
Lord, Sept. 1, 187 1 ; John 9 Lord, now John Lord Willard (adopted), 
b. Nov. 25, 1878, Fairbault, Rice co., Minn. By 2d m., b. Wash- 
ington : 

Agnes* Compton, b. Sept. 26, 1843, d. June 30, 1844. 

845 1 a Sophia* Compton, b. Jan. 13, 1845. 

S452 Margaret* Compton, born Nov. 29, 1847, res. E din- 
borough, Erie co., Pa., 1883, West Chester, Chester co , Pa., 1893. 
Miss Compton has taken great interest in this work, and sent 
very complete records of her branch. 

Hugh 1 Compton enlisted as a substitute and served 3 months 
in army, 1814. Lived in Tompkins county to 1816, Leicester, 
Rochester, N. Y., Pike, 'Lenawee, Mich., to 1836, Washington to 
1849, Fairview t° ^54, Jonesville, Hillsdale co., Mich., to 1856, 
Burritt, Winnebago co., 111., to 1863, Woodc. to 1864, Washing- 
ton after. Farmer. 

3104. 

Sarah 1 ComptOn, (Clarissa», Josiah«, Josiah«, Aarons, Aaron^, Mosesi), 

d. in Tiskilwa, Bureau co., 111., Oct. 12, 1862, a. 61, m. Leicester, 
N. Y., Jan. 25, 182 1, Harry Williams Livingston Mills, b. in or 
n. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Mar. 3, 1794, d. at either Cold Creek, 
Chautauqua co., N. Y., or, as thought by relatives, at Cold 
Spring, Chautauqua co., N. Y., sometime in 1848, a son of — — 
and Margaret (Thorp). 

Mr. Harry Williams Livingston Mills resided last at Wash- 
ington, Erie co., Pa. By trade a carpenter. At the time of his 
decease he was far away from home on .business. He died 
alone, among strangers.' He sent his family a dying message 
that was not received until weeks afterward, with the news of 
his death. Ch.: James Monroe* Mills, b. Oct. 25, 1821, Leicester, 
d. Washington, Pa., Nov., 1837. 

+8453 Harriet Maria* Mills, born July 24, 1824, Leicester, 
N. Y. 

8454 Albina Monilla* Mills, b. Sept. 30, 1827, L., d. Tiskilwa, 
Apr. 28, 1857, m. Granger, O., May 18, 1846, James Spencer Por- 
ter, b. Jan. 8, 1824, d. n. Rochester, Peoria co., 111., spring of 

1865, a son of and Lucy (Clark — believed to be the name). 

Of Granger, carpenter. Ch., all d. bef. Apr. 28, 1857 : Julia 
Lamira 9 Porter, b. Granger, d. Rochester ; Emma Luverne 9 Porter, 
b. Granger, d. Rochester; Ltiella" Porter, b. R., d. R.; Elbridge 



I0 48 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Le Roy* Porter, b. Tiskilwa, d. T.; Elwyn Le Clerc* Porter, b. T., 
d. T. 

+8455 Clarissa Margaret* Mills, b. Mar. 12, 1830, Leicester, 
N. Y. 

8456 John Moore* Mills (Caft.), born Jan. 8, 1834, L., m. 
Rochester, 111., Nov. 7, 1855, Georgiana Slygh, b. Knox co., 111., 
June 21, 1838. Was Capt. through the Civil war. Of Tiskilwa. 
Ch. b. Tiskilwa, several daughters are m., res. in various places: 
Charles May* Mills, Feb. 5, 1856; Harry Livingston 9 Mills, Sept. 
25, 1858 ; Marian Frances* Mills, Dec. 3, i860 ; Julia Maude* Mills, 
Mar. 19, 1868 ; Mary Ellen* Mills, Jan. 5, 1870 ; John Moore* Mills, 
May 2, 1871; Ben McCoy* Mills, June 5, 1873 ; Georgia Ruth* Mills, 
b. May 29, 1876, d. Nov. 9, 1877 ; Fred Raymond* Mills, b. Aug. 
15, 1878; Clara Olive* Mills, Oct. 1, 1880. 

8457 Julia* Mills, b. June 30, 1837, Washington tp., n. 
Edinboro, Pa., m. Ottawa, 111., M=?y 14, 1857, Dr. Lewis Durley 
Dunn, b. Hennepin, Putnam co., 111., Sept. 18, 1834, a s. of Fer- 
rell and Lydia (Fleming). She is an author. She Bibliogra- 
phy, Chap. IV. He grad. Rush Medical College, Chicago, 111., 
1857. Of Moline, 111., 1893-6. Allopathic physician, one of the 
oldest practitioners in the state; was Examining Surg, for Pen- 
sions. A surg. of the Rock I. R. R. Ferrell Dunn was in a 
picked co. of rangers in Col. Reynolds' reg. in the Black Hawk 
War, and a pioneer. 

Fleming ancestry .• — Dr. Dunn's Fleming: ancestry can be traced back to 1124, when 
a Fleming transplanted himself into Scotland, took the name from the country of his 
origin. Malcolm Fleming, Earl of Wigton, m. Janet, da. of James IV. His son, Sir 
Thomas Fleming, emigrated, 1616, to Va. Many of the family followed him to Va. 
Thomas Fleming distinguished himself as a patriot here and refused his title and entailed 
estates in Scotl., for he thought such distinctions incompatible with republican ideas. 
The branch of Fairmount, now W. Va., still hold the land by titles in orig. grant. Gov. 
A. B. Fleming of W. Va. (first cousin to Dr. Dunn) and Gov. Frank Fleming of Fla. are 
of same family. From Soiithern Historical Magazine., Apr., 1892; The Great Divide* 
Dec, 1803. Ch. b. Tiskilwa : Clara Mabel* Dunn,Nov. 25, 1858, unm. ; Marian Douglass* 
Dunn, b. Jan. 21, 1866, d. bef. 1894, unm. ; Lewis Mills* Dunn, b. Nov. 2, 1874, d. Moline, 
Jan. 13, 1877. 

8458 James Madison* Mills (Lt), b. Feb. 23, 1840, Leicester, 
m. Tiskilwa, at close of war, Susan Dorcas Rickard, was lt. in a 
colored reg., served through the civil war. "Address Mrs. Eva 
Mills Glaze, 677 N. Park av., Chicago. Ch. : 3 s. 3 da. 

. 8459 William Montgomery* Mills, b. May 18, 1843, Franklin 
tp., Erie co., Pa., m. 1st Margaret George of n. Cresson Springs, 
Pa. He m. 2d; was a soldier through the war; was living in 
Mich. 1883. 

3105. 

JSli&a' 1 Compton (ciarissa^ josiah"), m. Leicester, N.Y., Apr. 
21, May 25, 1823, Cyrus Ensign, b. Whitestown, N. Y., May 1, 
1 80 1, a s. Samuel and Anna (Root). Ch. : 

8460 Linus* Ensign, b. May 30, 1825, m. 1st, Sept. 19, 1862, 
Julia Cobble, she d. 1863. He m. 2d Ada Roberts of Chester, Pa. 

8461 Julia* Ensign, b. Oct. 14, 1826, m. July 2, 1850, Tru- 
man B. Morse. Of Lakeside, Berrien co., Mich., 1882. Ch. : 
Clarence* Morse, b. June 2, 1851, d. Apr. 5, 1852 ; Clara*, b. June 
2, d. Sept. 26, 185 1 ; Fayette* Morse, b. June 29, 1854, d. Jan. 2, 
1856 ; Herbert* Morse, b. Apr. 15, 1859. 

8461 s1 Orville* Ensign, b. Dec. 22, 1827. 



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IO49 



8462 Lee* Ensign, b. Sept. 28, 1829, m. 1st, Washington, Pa., 
Oct. 19, 1852, Mary Sherwood, b. W. Aug. 9, 1835,61. W. Mar. 12, 
1866, da. Cyrus and Harriet (Atwater). He m. 2d, Fairview, 
Erie co., Pa., Sept. 19, 1866, Mrs. Emily (Hawkins) Henderson, 
b. Washingt. Apr. 28, 1836, widow of (m. W. Sept. 20, 1855) 
Samuel Henderson, da. Ivory and Hannah (Frances), res. 
Washington. Ch. by 1st m. : Emmet? Ensign, b. Sept. 10, 1853, 
d. Feb., 1854; Fred 9 Ensign, b. Dec. 28, 1854 ; Homer 9 Ensign, b. 
May 15, 1859, m. Sept. 10, 1879, Laura Vrooman ; Flora 9 Ensign, 
b. Jan. 26, 1862 ; Lena 9 Ensign, Jan. 24, 1864. 
+8463 Ellen* Ensign, b. Nov. 10, 1831. 

8464 Melissa* Ensign, b. Aug. 7, 1833, m. McKean, Pa., Mar. 
28, 29, 1867, as 2d w., Putnam Jeffords, b. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. *-- 
22, 1832, s. David and Jemima (Clark). (Hem. 1st, R., Mar. 18, 

1 85 6, Elizabeth Jackson,) 1. Washington. Ch. : Elizabeth 9 Jeffords, v,, 
b. May 8, 1870 ; Edson E 9 Jeffords, Sept. 1, 1871 ; Willis P. 9 Jef- 
fords, May u, 1874. 

8465 Narcissa* Ensign, b. Apr. 9, 1837, m. Jerome* Wicker 

+8446. 

8466 Flora* Ensign, b. Jan. 22, 1840, d. Sept., 1861, m. 
June 27, 1858, Amos Brooks. 

Edson* Ensign, b. Sept. 22, 1843, d. June 24, 1868. 

3107. 

JOSiafo tToflflSOn 7 ComptOTl (Clarissas, Josiah°, Josian*, Aaron", 

Aaron 5 ), d. Edinboro, Pa., July 23, 1881, a. 73, m. 1st Leicester, 
N. Y., Sept., 1831, Julia Church, b. Belchertown, Mass., Oct. 13, 
1806, d. Washington, Pa., July t, 1850, da. John and Julia (Wood- 
ward). He m. 2d, Buffalo, N. Y., Apr. 29, 1851, Mrs. Anna 
Maria (Wentworth) Peek, b. Richfield, Otsego co., N. Y., July 
13, 1816, wid. Uriel Sylvester Peek, da. David and Harriet 
(Gould). Ch. by 1st m. : 

8467 Hester* Compton, b. July 9, 1832, Leicester, 1. McLane, 
Erie co., Pa., unm. 1882. 8468 Homer* Compton, b. May 26, 1834, 
Leicester, 1. McLane, unm.; Helen*, b. Mar. 4, Wash., d. W. 25, 
1837 ; Hosea*, b Feb., W., d. W. Mar., 1839. 

8469 Herman* Compton, b. Aug. 23, 1843, W., 1. McLane, 
Pa., unm.; Julia Alice*, b. July 1, 1850, Wash., d. Woodcock, Pa., 
Jan. 14, 1851; 2dm. s. p. 

Josiak Johnson 1 Compton dwelt at Leicester to 1834, Washing- 
ton to 1848, Fairview, Erie, to 1867, Wash, to 1871, Russell, Rus- 
sell co., Kan., to 1873, Wash. af. Farmer and manufacturer of 
lumber and handles. His children occupy the farm which he 
spent many years in improving. 

Anna Maria Wentworth m. Eden, Erie co., N. Y., May 6, 
1841, Uriel Sylvester Peek, s. Samuel and Lydia (Hemenway). 

3111. 

JOHN PORTER 7 CLEVELAND (josiah", Josiah*. Josiah*, Aaron*, 

Aaron«), d. Ulysses, N. Y., Apr. 17, 1825, a. 21, m. U. Apr. 15, 1824, 
Clarissa Prichard, b. N. Y. Ch. : Inf. 8 , b. 1825, d. Aug., 1825. 



1050 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



3112. 



MEHITABLE 7 CLEVELAND ( josiah*,. M above), d. Oct. 6, 
1862, a. 56, m. 1st, July, 1822, Elijah Crawford, he d. 1825. She 
m. 2d, 1827, Jonathan Owen. Ch. by istm.: Judson Adoniram* 
Crawford. By 2d m.: 

8470 Nathaniel* Owen, res. Des Moines, la., 1881. 

+8471 Mary Adelia* Owen, b. June 15, 1837; Julia* Owenj 
Fannie* Owen j Son*. 

3113. 

ADALINE 7 CLEVELAND (josiah«, Josiah 6 , Josiah*, Aarons, Aaron'), 

m. Jan. 23, 1833, Isaac Hosner, b. May 15, 1808, d. Nov. 5, 1877, 
s. Bordon and Lovina (Brewer). She res. Mecklenburgh, 
Schuyler co., N. Y. Ch. : 8472 William Gurdon* Hosner, b. Nov. 
12,1833. 8473 Irvin Mortimer* , Feb. 7, 1835; Fannie Adelia*, Oct. 
27, 1836; George Washington*, Nov. 12, 1838; Sally Lovina*, Feb. 
10, 1841 ; Josiah Cleveland* Hosner, Feb. 17, 1843. 

-(-8474 Henry Clay* Hosner, b. June 21, 1844, Enfield, N. Y.; 
Borden Josiah* Hosner, Jan. 17, 1847. 

8475 Gillett* Hosner, b. Nov. 8, 1849. He and his mother 
occupy the homestead. Isaac* Hosner, b. May 17, 1852. 

3115. 

WILLIAM JOHNSON' CLEVELAND (josiah», josiah, josiah*, 
Aarons, Aaron*), m. Mar. 26, 1 835, Mary E. Van Wagner or Wag- 
goner, b. June 27, 1816, da. Nicholas and Cornelia (Pritchard); 
res. Fox Lake, Wis., 1881. Ch. : Lafayette 8 Cleveland, b. 
Sept. 30, 1836, d.; Fanny 8 , b. May 7, 1838, d. 

-f-8476 Washington 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 27, 1840. 
8477 Cornelia Ann 6 Cleveland, b. May 17, 1848, m. 
May .14, 1871, James P. Smith. Ch. : William Cleveland* Smith, 
b. Apr., Oct. 17, 1874; Ralph W.° Smith, Oct. 14, 1876; Ira M.* 
Smith, Apr. 6, 1878 ; Mary Musette 9 Smith, May 17, 1880. 

+8478 George W. 8 Cleveland, b. July 4, 1853. 

3116. 

NELSON BLISS 7 CLEVELAND (josiahe.JosiaW, Josiah*, Aaron3, 

Aaron"), m. Enfield, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1839, Lydia Ammack, b. E., 
June 29, 1818, a da. John and Phila (Allen), 1. Stratford, la., 
1885, farmer. Ch. : 

8479 Adelia E. 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 27, 1839, m. Oct. 9, 
1867, Albert A. Wicks. Ch. : Minerva £." Wicks; Cora Z. 9 
Wicks j Herbert iV. 9 Wicks ; Charles E? Wicks. 

Annette 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 22, 1843, d. inf. ; Son 8 , 
b. July 10, 1846, d. soon ; Willis J. 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 19, 
1850, d. 

8480 Nettie M. 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 22, 1852, m. Jan. 1, 
187 1, D. B. Hakes. Ch. : Carlton J* Hakes j Jessie i?. 9 Hakes ; 
Tommy D? Hakes j Amy A. 9 Hakes. 



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3119. 



ALANSON JOSIAH 7 CLEVELAND (josiah«, as above), m. 
Catherine, N. Y., July 20, 185 1, Lucy Minerva Lyon, b. C, July 
9, 1829, da. Walter and Nancy (Coe). Of Peoria, 111., 1885, 
bookkeeper ; secretary Central City Horse Ry. co. [not there 
Dec, 1894]. Ch. : 

+ 8481 Walter Lyon s Cleveland, b. Feb. 26, 1856, Alpine, 
Schuyler co., N. Y. 

8482 Mary Frances 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 20, 1858, 
Catherine, m. Peoria, May 21, 1885, William Jesse Steube, b. P., 
Jan. 15, 1858, s. Christopher and Wilhelmina (Westmeier), 1. 
Peoria, with Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific R. R. 



3121. 

RUTH JOHNSON' CLEVELAND (johno.JosiahMosiah*, Aaron*, 

Aaron^), d. July 8, 1864, a. 52, m. ist, Lyman Brown, 2d, Alfred 
Kennicutt, I'd Milan, Erie co., O., af. Clyde, O. Ch. by ist m. : 

8483 Isaac Porter 1 Brown, 1. Huron, O. 

8484 Marietta* Brown, m. Lancaster Squires. By 2d m. : 

8485 Sarah* Kennicutt, m. Richard Ralph, 1. Wahoo, 
Saunders co., Neb. Sylvia* Kennicutt, d. y. 



3122. 

JOHN PORTER' CLEVELAND (johne, as above), m. Huron, 
O., Nov. 15. 1842, Sarah Hatch, b. Wayne co., N. Y., Feb. 24, 
1 815, d., da. Tobias and Mehitable (Bridges), 1. Huron, farmer. 
Ch. b. Huron : 

+8486 Charles Calvin 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 15, 1844. 
8487 Sylvia Mehitable 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 14, 1845, m - 
H., Apr. 6, 1866, John Lerue Ennes, b. H., s. Cornelius and 
Cecilia (Ecklor). Ch. b. Huron : Sarah Isabel* Ennes, May 7, 
1867 ; Sylvia Dean* Ennes, Oct. 4, 1869 ; Flora* Ennes, Dec. 20, 
1 87 1 ; Cornelius Lerue* Ennts, Feb. 5, 1873, d. H., July 13, 1874; 
Lily May* Ennes, b. May 5, 1875 ; Antionette Ivedell* Ennes, Jan. 
10, 1877 ; Keziah Adelle* Ennes, Jan. 10, 1880. 

+ 8488 Christopher Cornelius 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 29, 
1848. 

8489 Celia Celestia 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 12, 1850, m. 
Huron, Dec. 12, 1868, David Newton McConoughey, b. Auburn 
tp., Geauga co,. O., Aug. 25, 1844, s - David C. Ch. : Carrie 
Emma* McConoughey, b. Nov. 5, 1869, Huron ; Sarah Lulu May*, 
Mar. 9, 1872, H. ; Hattie Amelia*, July 14, 1874, H. ; Daniel 

Chester*, Jan. 1, 1877, Toledo, O. ; Celia Minnie Myrtle*, 13, 

1879, Huron ; Stacey* McConoughey, Jan. 29, 1883. 

Lucy Sophronia 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 20, 1852, d. 
Oct. 21, 1853 ; Calista Cordelia 8 Cleveland, b. May 10, 1854, 
d. Jan. 18, 1856; Chester Cook 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 7, 1857, d. 
Feb. 6, 1864. i 



1052 



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3123. 



CYNTHIA MELVINA 7 CLEVELAND (john«, josiah*, josiah*. 
Aaron', Aaron^, Mosesi), d. Perkins tp., Erie co., O., Dec. 25, 1872, a. 
55, m. 1st, P., spring of 1836, as 1st w., Benjamin 7 Cleveland 

-f-4236 (Benjamin 6 , Joseph 8 , Ephraim 4 , Joseph 3 , Samuel 2 , Moses 1 ) ; divorced. 

She m. 2d, Reuben Olney. 1st m. : s. p. Ch. by 2d m. : 

8490 Amanda 6 Olney, m. Jerry Mackey, 1. Huron, O., 1883 ; 
Amelia 6 Olney, d. ; Obadiah* Olney of Lima, Allen CO., O. ; Wil- 
liam Otis* Olney ; John Oman* Olney j Eli 8 Olney ; Hiram Asa 9 
Olney, d. 

3124. 

JOSIAH WALTON 7 CLEVELAND (john», as above), m. 
Huron, O., Nov. 15, 1842, Phebe Hatch, b. York, Me., Apr. 16, 
181 2, da. Tobias and Mehitable (Bridges), I'd Huron, 1881, mer- 
chant ; 1. Port Clinton, Ottawa co., O., 1886! Ch. b. Huron : 
Phebe Isabella 8 , b. Oct. 27, 1843, d. Aug. 6, 1855 ; Josephine 
Estella 8 , b. Sept. 20, 1845, d. Aug. 5, 1855. 

8491 Sylvia Adelia 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 6, 1848, m. 
Feb. 26, 1867, Lewis Edward Cunningham, b. June 6, 1845, s - 
Archibald and Nancy (Taylor), 1. Port C, R. R. man. Ch. : 
Josie Belle 3 , b. Jan. 19, 1868 ; Josiah Edward 3 , b. May 29, 1869, d. 
Mar. 26, 1874; Nancy Phebe 3 , b. Mar. 27, 187 1 ; Samuel Marks 3 , 
Apr. 20, 1875 ; George Walton 3 Cunningham, Mar. 9, 1880. 

3125. 

SARAH ANN 7 CLEVELAND (john», Josiah", Josiah 4 , Aaron", 

Aaron 2 ), m. Groton, Erie co., O., Aug. 1, 1840, Hiram Blackman, 
b. G., July 22, 1814, d. Muscatine co., O., Nov. 23, 1857, s. Hiram 
and Melissa (Wood). She 1. Huron. Ch. : Asenath Irene* Black- 
man, b. Mar. 4, 1841, d. Sept. 21, 1849. 

8492 Truman Leroy* Blackman, b. Aug. 8, 1846, m. 1st, 
Huron, O., Nov. 12, 1873, Mary M. Raymond. He m. 2d, Sand 
Creek, Saunders co., Neb., Oct. 7, 1885, Estella Armes, 1. Los 
Gatos, Santa Clara co., Cal. Mary Eliza*, b. June 26, 1848, d. 
Mar. 4, 1849 ; Caroline Adelia* Blackman, b. Feb. 4, 1852, d. Apr. 
10, 1856, 

8493 Mary Corrilla* Blackman, b. Nov. 10, 1854, m. Apr. 
5, 1879, Sterling Burd, b. Erie co., O. 

3126. 

ELHANON WINCHESTER 7 CLEVELAND (john», as above), 
m. Green Creek, O., Oct. 9, 1851, Mary Elizabeth Baxter, b. n. 
Pekin, Niagara co., N. Y., Mar. 21, 1830, d. Aug. 3, 1874, da. 
Erand and Polly (Rose). He m. 2d, Hudson, Lenawee co., 
Mich., Oct. 9, 1883, Agnes Caroline Lackore, b. Jonesville, 
Mich., May 31, 1844, da. Addison and Irene Sarah (Sears), I'd, 
1882-3, Delta, Fulton co., O. ; Colton, Henry co., O., Detroit, 
Mich., 1 88 1-9, commercial traveler, 1885 ; sec. German- Ameri- 
can Mut. Fire Ins. co., 1889. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



I053 



8494 Clara Geralthine 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 4, 1852, 
G. Creek, m. Saunders co., Neb., Dec. 17, 1876, James Ernest 
Welstead, b. Allegany co., N. Y., Feb. 20, 1844, s. John and 
Margaret (Wilcox), 1. Fremont, Dodge co., Neb., with U. P. 
R. R. Ch. : Myrtie May' 3 Welstead, b. Jan. 25, 1878, F. 

8495 John Erand 8 Cleveland, b. May 9, i860, Pike, O., 
1. home, 1883. 

3127. 

JOHN HAMILTON 7 CLEVELAND (William*, John*, Josiah«, 

Aaron', Aaron*, Moses'), m. Champlain, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1833, Matilda 
Dorcas Hamilton, b. Champl., Jan. 18, 1811, d. Coopersville, 
Clinton co., N. Y., Jan. 4, 1890, only da. Elias and Dorcas (Hay- 
ford), res., 1891, Coopersville, merchant. Ch. : William Elias 8 , 
b. Nov. 13, 1837, d. June 17, 1838. 

+ 8496 William John Hamilton 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 4, 9, 
1840, Hogansburg, Franklin co., N. Y. 

-j-8497 Rupert Rinaldo 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 28, 1843, 
Diana, N. Y. 

-I-8498 Edward Hersey 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 21, 1845, D. 
Merritt Augustus 8 , b. Nov. 28, 1847, Vankleek Hill, Ont., d. 
V. Hill, Oct. 24, 1850 ; James Frederic 6 , b. June 29, V. H. s d. 
V. H., Nov. 11, 1850. 

-f-8499 Horace Allen 8 Cleveland, ^b. Oct. 9, 1852, Van- 
kleek Hill. 

3128. 

EMILY SEMANTHA' CLEVELAND (wiiiiam°, John*, josiah*, 
Aarons, Aaron*), m. Fort Covington, Franklin co., N. Y., Dec. 16, 
1829, James Pendleton Wells of Vankleek Hill, Ont., Can., he 
d. Feb. 26, 1880. She res. (1886-95) Toronto, Can. Ch. who 
are scattered from N. Y. to Vancouver's Island : 

-(-8500 Adelia Caroline* Wells, b. Oct. 17, 1830. 

8501 Hon. Rupert M 'ears* Wells, h. Nov. 28, 1832, unmar- 
ried, res. Toronto ; a brilliant lawyer, has been speaker of Can- 
adian House of Parliament several sessions ; 1887 of Wells & 
McMurchy, solicitors for Canadian Pacific R. W. in case of 
Comme [James, M. P. P.] & McLennan [John D.] vs. C. P. R. 
W., 1885-7 ; won suit, involving thousands ; heaviest R. R. suit 
ever fought in Can. William Cleveland*, b; Dec. 10, 1834, d. V. 
Hill, Oct., Dec. 30, 1835. 

8502 Douglas James* Wells, b. Sept., 1836, m. Mary J. G. 
Meickle, she d. Dec. 18, 1887, of Lachute, s. p. 

8503 Frances M? Wells, b. Oct. 19, 1838, m. Oct. 9, 1855, 
J. M. C. De Les Derniers of Montreal, Can.; he d. Amsterdam, 
Holland, Oct. 26, 1886. Ch.: James Nelson* De Les Derniers, b. 
Sept. 13, 1856, m. June, 1875, Ella Thornton of Rutland, Vt; 
Amelia F 9 , b. June 17, 1858, d. June 6, 1862 ; John R. Pendleton* 
De Les Derniers, b. Feb. 21, 1861, unm.; Frances A. 9 De Les Der- 
niers, b. Aug. 17, 1863, m. Jan. 1, 1890, George Harper of Wad- 
dington, N. Y. ; Emma A. 9 De Les Derniers, b. Apr. 26, 1866, unm. ; 
Henry A.\ b. May 10, 1869, d. May 10, 1870 ; William R.°, b. June 
19, 1870 ; Clara H\ b. Mar. 6, 1873 ; Allan Dart 9 , b. Dec. 9, 1875, 



1054 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



d. July 2, 1876 ; Harriet Grace", b. Dec. 9, 1875, d. Jan. 21, 1887 ; 
Lillian Marsh\ b. Oct. 15, 1879, d. May 25, 1890. 

8504 Wilmer C. a Wells, b. Sept., 1840, m. Dec, 1866, Isa- 
bella McDonald of V. Hill. Ch.: George Pendleton* Wells, b. Jan. 
29, 1870 ; James Pendleton 11 Wells, b. Sept., 1872 ; Hugo L.° Wells, 
b. Oct. 31, 1875, d. May 31, 1884. 

8505 Henry H. a Wells, b. Dec. 8, 1843, m. Maria McDon- 
ald of V. Hill, s. p. Amelia 6 , b. Feb., 1844, died, a. 11 months. 
8506 Ja?nes Pendleton* Wells, b. Apr. 10, 1852, m. 1876, Anna Mc- 
Conaig, or Quarig of V. Hill. s. p. " 

3129. 

CAROLINE MARIA 7 CLEVELAND (wm.°, john«, josiah*. 
Aarons, Aaron*, Moses 1 ), m. Vankleek Hill, Ontario, Can., Oct. 13, 
1836, Zephaniah Swiftmoore Hersey, b. Leicester, Mass., May 
21, 1805, d. Hawkesbury, Ontario, Can., Apr. 23, 1869, a son of 
Calvin and Sarah (Read). Came to Canada a young man ; had 
charge Of P. O. 17 years, his bro. being P. M. From 1853 was 
merchant, woolen manufacturer, etc. A disastrous fire in 1876 
swept off his buildings which cost ,£5,000, fully insured. 
Hawkesbury is built on lots sold from his estate. She lives 
Hawkesbury (1895). Ch. b. Hawkesbury : 

+8508 Sarah Amelia* Hersey, b. Sept. 18, 1837. 

8509 Elvira Ella Clarinda" Hersey, b. Apr. 1, 1840, married 
Hawkesb., Sept. 27, 1865, Elliot Fay, b. Richmond, Chittenden 
co., Vt, May 11, 1837, s. Nathan and Polly (Colby), 1. Potsdam, 
N. Y., was several years Republican P. M. of Potsdam, at Al- 
bany, N. Y., journal clerk, N. Y. Legis. 1891 ; editor and prop. 
Potsdam Courier and Freeman ; ch. b. Potsdam : Ernest Austin" Fay, 
Dec. 18, 1866 ; Harry Hersey Fay, Mar. 2, 1868 ; William Elliott" 
Fay, Jan. 23, 1870 ; Gertrude Rose* Fay, Oct. 24, 1874. 

8510 Austin A laric* Hersey, b. Nov. 27, 1842, d. Potsdam, 
Oct. 12, 1890, m. N. Y., Mar. 26, 1872, 1874, Edith Spencer Hub- 
bell, b. Potsdam, Feb. 16, 1849, d. P., Nov. 13, 25, 1882, da. Cyrus 
Oliver and Laura (McChesney) ; dwelt Potsdam, Batavia, Al- 
bany, N. Y. city, druggist, Potsdam again, was paymaster, etc., 
Potsdam Aqueduct Co. 1887-90. Obituary in Potsdam Courier 
and Freeman, Oct. ij, iSpo; ch. b. Potsdam : Josephine* Hersey, 
Mar. 21, Apr. 23, 1875, 1. Potsdam 1891 ; Geneveive* Hersey, b. 
Nov. 10, 13, 1882, 1. Hawkesb. 

85 1 1 William Albert* Hersey, b. Aug. 19, 1845, m. Cham- 
plain, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1867, Julia Moore, b. C., Sept. 30, 1843, a 
da. Dr. Edward and Mary (Nichols). Residence : Geneseo, N. 
Y., to 1885, druggist; Lyons, N. Y., 1886; Muncie, Ind., 1890. 
Treas. Muncie Novelty Co., sec. Delaware Co. Land Imp. Co., 
1889-90, asst. gen. manager Hathaway Investment Co., 1890. 
Ch.: Albert Edward* Hersey, b. Jan. 11, 1869, Hawkesbury, died 
Champlain, Jan. 20, 1875 ; Benjamin William*, b. Jan. 9, H., d. H. 
Aug. 6, 1870 ; William Albert* Hersey, b. June 6, 1872, Hawkesb.; 
Caroline May* Hersey, Nov. 5, 1873, Champl.; Charles Albert* Her- 
sey, b. May 29, Chatauguay, N. Y., d. Milton, Vt, Sept. 21, 1875 '» 
Louisa Mary* Hersey, b. Feb. 6, 1879, Geneseo. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



I055 



8512 Cornelia Maria* Hersey, b. July 15, 1848, m. Hawkesb. 
May 6, 1872, William Lawlor, b. H., Aug. 23, 1845, a s - William 
and Dora (Chester), captain of steamer, Ottawa river. Ch. b. 
Hawkesb.: Victoria Maud* Lawlor, May 24, 1875 > William Edwin* 
Lawlor, Mar. 5, 1877 ; lima? Lawlor, Sept. 6, 1886. 

8513 Frederic Calvin* Hersey, b. Sept. 28, 185 1, m. 1st, H., 
May 21, 29, 1873, Eliza McGibbon, she d. H. June, July 20, 1889, 
da. Duncan and Jennie (McKerricher). He m. 2d, Bertha* Boyd 
+ 14477. Of Hawkesbury, farmer. Ch. by 1st m. b. H.: Lillian 
Wilma* Hersey, Jan. 13, 1874 ; Eva Adelaide* Hersey, Jan. 28, 1875 '■> 
Ella Elvira Caroline* Hersey, b. Feb. 24, d. H., June, 1877. By 2d 
m.: Edwin Boyd*'™ Hersey, b. about July, 1892. Edwin Wallace* 
Hersey, b. Sept. 24, d. Oct. 26, 1853. 

8514 Adelia Mary 9 Hersey, b. Apr. 21, 1856, m. H., Oct. 28, 
1876, Thomas Hiram Wyman, b. H., Nov. 4, 185 1, s. Hiram and 
Julia Jane (Ellies), flour mills. Ch. b. H.: Julia Ellis* Wyman, 
b. Jan. 7, 1878 ; Ella Louise* Wyman, Aug. 15, 1879 ; Ethel Jane* 

Wyman, July 13, 1881 ; John Kirby* Wyman, July 31, 1883. 

3130. 

Samuel DeXtet' 7 DeniSOU (Mary 9 , John's, Josiah*, Aaron', Aaron2), 

d. White Plains, Westchester co., N. Y., Sept. 2, 1880, a. 69, m. 
June 7, 1832, Sarah F. Bleeker of N. Y. city, da. James $V. Ch.: 
8515 Mary C* Denison, b. Aug. 19, 1833 ; Samuel*, July 4I 1837, d. 
Apr. 3, 1844; Sarah B*, b. Aug. 14, 1840 ; Caroline Z. s ,|Mar. 8, 
1843 ; Edmund F* , July 4, 1845 ; Anna*, Nov. 2, 1847 ; Amie*, Aug. 
1, 1850 ; Henry 6 Denison, Oct. 18, 1853. 

Rev. Samuel Dexter 1 Denison, an Episcopal clergyman, Home 
Secretary of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Soc. of the 
P. E. Church, to decease ; Bible House, N. Y. city. 

3131. 

Anna JE. 7 Denison (Ma ry «, as above), m. Oct., 1832, Giles 
Babcock, he d. Stonington, Conn., Mar. 4, 1862. Ch.: Giles* Bab- 
cock, b. Mar. 4, d. Aug. 26, 1834 ; Samuel*, b. Mar. 16, 1835, d. July 

5, i 8 3 6 - 

8516 Anna* Babcock, b. Nov. 15, 1837, m. Samuel Wood of 

Albany. Ch. : 2. ■ - 

8517 Giles* Babcock (ag.), b. Sept. 3, 1840, m. Sarah Smith. 

Ch.: Son 9 . 

8518 John B* Babcock, b. Feb. 7, 1843, m. Blandina Stan- 
ton, da. Samuel and Lydia. 

8519 Mary D* Babcock, b. June 5, 1846, m. Ephraim Wil- 
liams. Ch.: 2. 

Lucy Bell*, b. May 29, 1849; Nathaniel P.*, Dec. 28, 
1851 ; Stephen T* Babcock, Sept. 2, 1859. 

3132. 

Jane Isabel 7 Denison (Mary, as above), m. Sept. 9, 1839, 
John A. Burnham, 1. Boston, Mass. Ch.: 



IG 56 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

8520 John A* Burnham,b. Aug. 1, 1840,111. Oct. 18, i860, 
Mary W. Clark of Phila. William A.*, b. Sept. 3, 1844, d. Aug. 
5, 1846 ; Maria D* Burnham, May 15, 1849 ; William A. s Burnham 
(ag.), Feb. 17, 1852 ; Henry D. e , Nov. 24, 1857. 

8521 Jane D\ Burnham, b. Dec. 2, 1846, m. 1st, Dec. 25, 
1865, J. H. Clark ; 2d, Sept. 15, 1874, George Sharswood, Jr. 

3133. 

Harriet Maria' DeniSOn (Mary«,Jolm5, Josiah*, Aaron', Aaron*), 

m. Sept. 12, 1838, Joseph Bennett, 1. N. Y. Ch.: 

8522 Catherine* Bennett, b. 1839, m. Cortland Palmer, Jr., 
of N. Y. Ch.: 5. 

3135. 

JEdward 7 Denison (Mary*, as above), m. Oct. 3, 1844, Eliza- 
beth L. Lathrop. Ch.: Evelina T* Denison, b. Dec. 7, 1845. 

8523 Elizabeth L* Denison, b. Nov. 26, 1847, m. June 25, 
1872, Theodore Palmer. 

3141. 

POVter 7 Lathrop {George* Lathrop Mehitabel 6 , JosiahS Aaron 3 , Aaron"), 

d. Lansing, Mich., July 5, 1849, a. 46, m. 1st, Ruth Sprague of 
Bethany, 2d, Emily Thayer of Concord, Mich. Dwelt C. to 
1847, Lansing after. Ch.: 

8524 George Delos* Lathrop, b. June 17, 1830, Lodi, Kal- 
kaska co., Mich., d. Lans., July 5, 1863, m. L., Amelia Wood, da. 
Rev. Mr. Wood of L. Nurseryman, soldier, arr. home, July 4, 
1863, from war. Ch.: Lottie* Lathrop ; George* Lathrop. 

8525 Mary Ann* Lathrop, b. Lodi, m. Lans., Rufus Crane, 
1. Greenville, Mich. 

8526 Porter M* Lathrop, b. Oct. 15, 1838, Cone, m. Oct. 10, 
1865, Frances A. Day of Dryden, Lapeer co., Mich., da. John W., 
1. Sheboygan, Sheboygan co., Wis., merch. Disch. fr. 7th Mich. 
V. for disability, afterw. served 3 years in U. S. Regulars. Ch.: 
Mary Lucilla* Lathrop, b. Feb. 2, 1868. 

8527 Julius Bliss* Lathrop, b. May 3, 1842, Concord, d. at 
sea, Oct. 31, 1862, returning home on furlough fr. army, of 6th 
Mich. V., New Orleans. 

8528 Edwin J* Lathrop, b. Dec. 27, 1843, Cone, d. Soldiers' 
Home, Cleveland, O., Mar. 22, 1865, returning fr. army; was 
taken prisoner at Travellian Station, June 11, 1864. 

8529 Cleveland Thayer* Lathrop, b. Apr. 26, 1847, Cone, 1. 
Chicago, salesman. 

3157. 

Sarah WimslOW 7 Tyilff (Sara/i* Higginson, Susanna^, Aaron*, Aarons, 

Aaron*), d. New York city, Jan. 2, 1880, a. 86, m. 1st, Cambridge, 
Mass., June 28, 1814, Charles Head, b. Boston, Mass., 1790, died 
Newburyport, Mass., July 20, 1822, son Joseph and Elizabeth 
(Frazier). She m. 2d, 1827, Joseph Marquand, b. Newburyp., 
Dec. 25, 1793, d. Mass., July, 1854, a son Joseph and Rebecca 
(Coffin). Ch. byistm.: 

+8530 Charles Dudley* Head, b. Mar. 19, 1815, Boston, Mass. 

+8531 Edward Francis* Head, b, Dec. 3, 4, 181 8, Boston. 



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I057 



8532 Elizabeth Frazier* Head, b. 181 7, d. B., Apr. 5* 1832. 
By 2d m.: 

8533 Joseph* Marquand, b. 1829, Newb., died Brookline, 
Mass., 1857. 

+8534 John Phillips* Marquand, b. Oct. 16, 1831, Newbury- 
port. 

Joseph Marquand was collector of the Port of Newbury. 

Marquand ancestry and record: — Joseph* Marquand, Esq. (so designated on New- 
buryport town records), b. ab. 1748, of Newburyport, d. at N., Sept. 6, 1820, a. 72, m. by- 
Rev. Thomas Carey of Newburyport, at N., Nov. 17, 1776. Rebecca Coffin. Children : 
Rebecca", d. N., Jan. 30, 1778 ; Eliza Coffin 2 , d. n., Sept. 12, 1781 ; Eliza Coffin!" (ag.), born 
Nov. 3, 1781, N.; Mary 5 , b. Dec. 13, 1783, N., d. N., Aug. 2:, 1806 ; Ann", b. Oct. 16, 178s, N., 
d. N., Nov. 13, 1805 ; Susanna Coffin 3 , born May 23, 1789, N., m. 1st, Stephen Hooper, 2d, 
George Searle [see +3177]; Charles 3 , b. Sept. 23, N., d. N., Oct. 19, 1792; Josephs, b. Dec. 
25, 1793, N. . . . Elizabeth Marquand, m. by Rev. Thos. Carey of N., at N., June 27, 
1774, Tristram Coffin. The Marquands farther back are not in the records at Newbury- 
port. 

3158. 

Susanna Cleveland 1 Tyng (Sarak* Higginson, Susanna*, Aaron*), 

d. in Pittsfield, Mass., July 8, 1882', a. 87, m. Newburyport, Mass., 
July 13, 1837, as 2d w., Hon. Edward Augustus Newton, born 
Halifax, N. S., May. 1, 1785, d. Pittsf., Aug. 18, 1862, s. Henry 
and Ann (Stuart). Ch.: 

8535 Elizabeth Stuart* Newton, b. Sept. 9, 1838, Pittsfield, 
d. at sea while making her second trip to Europe, June 24, 1891, 
by accident, unm. Miss Newton lived alone after her mother's 
death in 1882, in the interesting old mansion that saw her birth. 
A worker in deeds of charity and benevolence, she made her 
church her first care. The old homestead and adjacent grounds 
she bequeathed to St. Stephen's Church, Pittsfield, besides giv- 
ing liberally to various eleemosynary institutions. 

Hon. Edward Augustus Newton came to Boston 1803, and 
entered house of Stephen Higginson & Co., by whom he was 
sent, 1805, to India on business. He continued in the India 
trade to 1826, and retired with a competency. Residence, Pitts- 
field. Was member of the governor's council 1841, with Gov. 
John Davis, and 1844 with Gov. George Nixon Briggs. Was 
many years pres. Pittsfield Agricultural Bank; a prominent 
Episcopalian. His funeral was largely attended at First Cong, 
chh., Pittsf., Aug. 22, 1862. Rev. Dr. Todd pronounced a fitting 
eulogy, and Rev. Dr. Porter, of the Baptist church, offered a 
prayer ; services at the cemetery were conducted by Rev. Mr. 
Shaw of Lanesborough. Mr. Newton m. 1st, Pittsf., 1815, Sarah 
Tileston Williams, she d. Rouen; France, Oct., 1836, da. John 
Chandler Williams. 

Newton ancestry : — 41 arms : (Ancient family of Newton, Chester co., Eng.). Gu. a 
cross erm. fleurettee or betw. 4 gambs. Crest — Lion ramp, holding a cross. Motto — 
Faveat f ortuna. . . . Hon. Thomas 1 , b. Eng., June to, 1660, sworn in Boston, June 8, 
1688, an Attorney, by Judge Sewall, sec. of New Hampshire to 1690, controller of cus- 
toms, Boston, His Majesty's Atty.-Gen., Judge of Admiralty, d. B., June 18, 1721, to his 
memory, Hon. Edward A. Newton erected a mural monument in King's Chapel, Boston ; 
Hibbert 2 ; Henry 3 Newton m. Ann Stuart, sister to Gilbert Charles Stuart, b. Narragan- 
sett, R. I., 1754, the painter. 

3159. 

Dudley 1 AtkinS (Sarah* Higginson, Susanna^, Aaron*, Aaron 3 , Aaron 2 ), 

d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 6, 1845, a. 47, m. Wilkesbarre, Pa., Aug. 
30, 1825, Ann Maria Bowman, b. Wilkesb., Aug. 24, 1801, died 
Washington, D. C, Feb. 22, 1881, a da. Ebenezer and Esther 
Ann (Watson). Ch.: 

67 



10^8 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

+8536 Sarah Elizabeth* Atkins, b. July 19, 1826, Kingston, 
Luzerne co., Pa. 

+8537 Caroline Bowman* Atkins, b. Feb. 23, 1828, Newbury- 
port, Mass. 

+8538 Mary Dudley* Atkins, b. Oct. 1, 1829, Newburyport. 
Lucy* Atkins, b. May 3, 1831, N. Y., d. N. Y., early. 

+8539 George Tyng* Atkins, b. July 29, 1837, N. Y. city. 

+8540 Thomas Astley* Atkins, b. Apr. 8, 1839, Tompkinsville, 
Richmond co., N. Y. 

Esther Ann* Atkins, b. Apr. 29, 1841, T., d. T., early. 

+8541 Francis Higginson* Atkins, b. Apr. 15, 1843, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Daughter*, b. and d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1844. 

Dr. Dudley 1 Atkins drppped the name 2yng, 181 7. An alum- 
nus of Dummer Academy, grad. Harvard, 18 16. Shortly after 
graduation, and probably as a compliment to his father, Bow- 
doin College, Me., where he spent some months under Prof. 
Parker Cleaveland studying mineralogy and botany, conferred 
upon him the degree Master of Arts. He studied medicine in 
the University of Pa., graduating 1820, the subject of his thesis 
being, the Radical Cure of Hernia. His studies included a year 
or so in Philadelphia hospitals, and a year, 1820-1, in Europe. 
He was an able Greek scholar, and well read in his profession. 
Practising physician of Kingston to 1827, Newburyport to 1830, 
New York city io 1838, Tompkinsville to 1842, Brooklyn after- 
ward. In 1834 he issued a small volume, of interesting cases, 
which show him a thoroughly equipped physician and surgeon, 
full of resources, eager to relieve the afflicted. He was a mem- 
ber of Kappa Lambda Society (Phila.), Mass. Med. Society, Kings 
Co. Med. Soc. (Brooklyn), and Med. Society of City and Co. of 
New York. 

As the eldest son, he naturally returned to the original sur- 
name of the family, and by act of Mass. Legislature, June 17, 
181 7, the name of Dudley Atkins Tyng, Jr., was changed to 
Dudley Atkins. 

The friend of the poor, the bright-witted companion of the 
prosperous, he was much beloved by his patients and friends ; 
jovial and free-hearted at times, exceedingly depressed at 
others. 

Author of medical works, see Bibliography, Chap. IV. 

Mrs. Atkins, who survived till 1881, full of energy to the 
last, was a woman of generous and broad religious sentiments, 
thoroughly devoted to her church and its offices (Episc), of 
strongly marked philanthropic instincts and practices, ever self- 
denying ; of quiet but engaging social manners, which, with a 
lively interest in other people and in general affairs, and her 
noted genial activity, made her a welcome guest in many places. 
— Foregoing chiefly from Joseph Atkins, the Story of a Family. 
By Francis Higginson Atkins (their son). 

Bowman ancestry .— 6 arms : Bowman: (Hethleton, co. Dorset), Or, a chev. betw- 
3 bows bent in pale gu. Crest —On a staff raguled, couped, and erect ar. a quiver (or 
case) of arrows gu. the heads ar. buckled on the staff with a belt sa. . . . Nathaniel 1 , 
came prob. in the fleet with Winthrop, 1630, of Watertown, Mass , adm. freem. Oct. 19, 

1630, d. Jan. 26, 1682, m. Ann , was ancestor of : Ebenezer Bowman, grad. Harvard, 

an eminent lawyer of Pennsylvania, m. Esther Ann Watson, da. of James (an English 
army officer, stationed in Ireland) and Jane (Townley, da. of a large and prosperous 
family at Newry, Ireland). 



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3160. 



Stephen HigginSOri 1 Tyng (Sarak« Higginson, Susanna*, Aaron*, 

Aaron*, Aaron*), d. at his residence, Irvington-on-Htidson, West- 
chester co., N. Y., Sept. 3, 1885, a. 85, m. 1st, Bristol, R. I., Aug. 
5, 182 1, Ann DeWolf Griswold, b. Oct. 5, 1805, d. Philadelphia, 
Pa., May 16, 1832, a da. Rt. Rev. Alexander Viets Griswold and 
Elizabeth (Mitchelson). He m. 2d, Philadelphia, Pa., July 18, 
1833, Susan Wilson Mitchell, b. Phila., Aug. 29, 1811, d. Irving- 
ton-on- Hudson, Jan. 8, 1895, a da. Thomas and Maria (Cowell). 
•Ch. by 1st m.: 

8542 Anna Elizabeth* Tyng, b. Dec. 9, 1822, Prince George's 
CO., Md., m. George Maynard 7 Higginson +3189. 

+8543 Dudley Atkins* Tyng, b. Jan. 12, 1825, Prince George's 
county. 

+8544 Alexander Griswold* Tyng, b. July 28, 1827, Prince 
George's co. 

-(-8545 Julia Griswold* Tyng, b. Sept. 4, 1829. By 2dm.: 

-j-8546 Thomas Mitchell* Tyng, b. May 1, 1834, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

+8547 Susan Maria* Tyng, b. Aug. 3, 1835. 

Mary Mitchell* Tyng, b. Jan. 29, 1837, P., d. P., early. 

+8548 Stephen Higginson* Tyng, b. June 29, 1839, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

-f-8549 Morris Ashhursf Tyng, b. Dec. 29, 1841, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

-(-8550 Charles Rockland* Tyng, b. Jan. 14, 1844, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Benjamin Mitchell* Tyng, b. Jan. 29, 1850, N. Y. city, 
•d. N. Y. c, early. 

Rev. Stephen Higginson 1 Tyng, D.D., grad. Harvard Univers- 
ity, 1 81 7. D.D. Jefferson coll., Pa., 1832, and Harvard, 185 1. 
Educated primarily at Phillips Acad., Andover, and under Dr. 
Benj. Allen at Brighton. For two years he was with Sam'l G. 
Perkins Co., E. India traders ; he first engaged in mercantile 
pursuits, but soon was a student of theology under Bishop 
Alexander Viets Griswold in Bristol, R. I., 181 9. The dis- 
tinguished clergyman and author. See Bibliography, Chap. 
IV. Ord. deacon of Episcopal church, Bristol, Mar. 4, 1821. 
Rector of St. George's church, Georgetown, D. C, 2 years ; of 
Queen Anne's parish, Prince George's co., "Md., 1823-9 ; °f St. 
Paul's church, Philadelphia, May, 1829, May, 1833, Church of 
the Epiphany, Phila., May, 1 833-1 845, when he succeeded the 
venerable and learned Dr. Milnor in St. George's church, New 
York city, and was instrumental in founding and sustaining the 
many charities of St. George's, among which were two churches 
in Africa at Monrovia and Caldwell, Free Grace chapel, E. 19th 
St., German chapel, 14th St., Shepherd's Fold, 86th st. Under 
his rectorship the present magnificent edifice, St. George's 
church, Stuyvesant Square, was erected, the largest congrega- 
tion in N. Y. 

A steel portrait and biographical sketch of Rev. S. H." 1 Tyng- in Patten's Lives of 
Clergy of N. Y.,s#J — Dr. Tyng is one of the most learned and eloquent men in the Epis- 
copal church. His mind, of such ripeness in mere youth, has constantly expanded under 
the twin benefits of research and experience. While he has sought to sip the sweets of 
popularity, he has made learning, piety, and zeal the foundation of his renown ; conse- 



I0 60 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

quently his studies have been most diligent throughout his career, and his gladness is to- 
Know that they can never be completed in the period of a human life. He is slow to 
launch himself upon any untried sea of opinion ; but, once afloat, he will courageously 
breast the wildest storm. But the love and heartiest enthusiasm of Dr. Tyng is, of 
course, for his particular faith. In his pulpit he is a straight, stiff-appearing person, 
with a composed countenance and penetrating eyes. His forehead is broad ; and the 
whole moulding of his head highly intellectual. He is eloquent, uses imagery, and is 
warmer at times than at others. He has great dignity of bearing, a smooth but decided 
voice, polished periods, and sterling thought. The doctrines of the Episcopal church are 
his sure anchor, her history is the record of God's own work. He has followed every 
foot-print of the Lord ; he has walked in triumph and trial with the apostles and martyrs;, 
he has marked the progress of the modern church, and now raises her voice to glorify 
her faith, and appointed by that Lord and anointed by those saints, he proclaims him- 
self her ambassador to men. The heart of the poor sinner, the seeker for Christ, is a. 
lost jewel to be saved for the crown of the church. 

He was an earnest temperance advocate and champion of 
the slave. He preached his farewell sermon Apr. 28, 1878, and. 
retired as pastor emeritus, with annual salary for life, and 
afterward resided at Irvington-on-Hudson, where he and wife 
celebrated their golden wedding, July 18, 1883. 

See Life of Stephen Higginson Tyng, By Charles Rockland 
Tyng, i8go. 

Griswold ancestry : — Griswolde : (Malvern Hill, co. Warwick, Eng.) Ar. a fesse 

fu. betw. 2 greyhounds courant sa. . . George 1 of Kenilworth, Warwickshire, Eng.,.- 
ef. 1618 ; Matthew 3 , b. Kenilworth, 1618, came with Rev. John Warham, arr. Nantasket, 
May 30, 1630, Saybrook, Conn., Windsor, Conn., m. Ann Wolcott 17 , said by Bishop Gris- 
wold to have been his ancestor : but Stiles' Anc. Windsor, b3q, gives following ancestry: 
Edward', b.Eng., 1607, and his bro. Matthew fr. Kenilworth, where another bro. Thomas 
lived, came, 1639, with Rev. Ephraim Huit, Poquonnoc, Winds., a first sett, of Killing- 
worth, Conn., m. 1st in Eng., Margaret ; George 3 , b. Eng., m. Mary Holcomb, da. per. of 
Thomas ; Thomas*, b: Sept. 29, 1658, m. Hester Drake 4 ; Squire Samuel 6 of Simsbury, 
Conn., m. 2d, Elizabeth Gaylord 4 ; Elisha 6 , m. Eunice Viets 3 ; Rt. Rev. Alexander 
Viets 7 Griswold, D.D., b. Simsb., Apr. 22, 1766, ord. dea., Stratford, Conn., June 3, 1795,. 
ord. priest by Bishop Samuel Seabury at Plymouth, Conn., Oct. 1, 1795, rector, Litchfield 
co.. Conn., Bristol, R. I., May, 1804. By Bishop William White was consecrated at 
Trinity church, N. Y., May 29, 1811, the first Bishop of the Eastern Diocese— all N. E. 
except Conn., d. Boston, Feb. 15, 1843, in. 1st, Elizabeth Mitchelson. Memoir of Bp. 
Griswold, By John S. Stone, D.D. 

Viets ancestry : — Dr. Alexander 1 , an eminent and wealthy Dutch physician, from 

Germany (Stiles calls him Dr. John) of Dutch Point, N. Y., 1734, Simsbury, m. Catharine 

Myers ; John 2 (bro. of Rev. Roger), m. Lois Phelps ; Eunice' Viets m. Elisha Griswold 6 . 

Gaylord ancestry : —William 1 , William 2 [see +1559]; Nathaniel 3 , b. Winds., Sept 3,. 

1656, m. Abigail Bissel, dai Thomas : Elizabeth 4 Gaylord m. Samuel Griswold 4 . 

Drake ancestry: — 12 arms: (Devon.) Ar. a wyvern with wings displ. and tail 
nowed gu.— See N. £. Reg., XLV, 188: Positive Pedigrees and Authorized Arms, By 
Wm. S. Appleton — Drake, John of Boston. Evidence : Will of Francis Drake of Esher, 
Surrey, 1634, "John Drake, my cousin William's son in N. E." . . . Derivation:. 
Dragon = Drake. Drago, the Saxon, held before 1066, Honiton, Devon. John Drake of 
Exmouth, Devon, soon after 1066. . . William 1 (cousin of Francis Drake of Esher) ;. 
John 3 of Plymouth Council, member of original company in Eng., estab. by King 
James, 1606, from Wiscomb, Devon, prob. came with Winthrop, Boston req., Oct. ig,. 
1630, to be made freem., Taunton, 1639, Windsor, Conn., m. Elizabeth, b. 1581 ; Job 8 , m. 
June 25, 1646, Mary Wolcott 17 ; Hester 4 Drake m. Thomas Griswold 8 . 

Walcott, Wolcott ancestries :— 1 arms : Wolcott; 1 : Wolcotts ; 10 : Walcot :. 
(Sir John de Walcot of Walcot, Lydbury parish, Salop co., 1383.) Quarterly 1st and 4th 
ar. chev. betw. 3 chessrooks'erm., 2d and 3d ar. on a cross flory sa. 5 fleurs-de-lis or. 
Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a buffalo's head, winged. A very ancient family. 
. . Sir John 1 ; Jerean 2 of Wolcott m. Anna Mynde, da. John of Shropshire ; Roger 3 m. 
Edith Donnes, da. Sir William; Sir Philip 4 m. Julian Herle, da. John; John 6 m. Alice 
Lloyd, da. David, Esq. ; Sir John 6 of W., 1382, grantee of the arms : crosse with flower 
de lures; Thomas'; John 8 ; John 9 m. Matilda Cornwall, da. Sir Richard of Bereford ;. 
Roger 10 , Esq., of Wolcott, m. Margaret Lloyd, da. David, Esq.; William 11 , Tolland, 
Somersetsh. ; William 13 , will 1500; m. Elizabeth ; Thomas 13 , Tol., 1552 ; Thomas 14 
m. Alice; John 18 , Galdon Manor, Tol., will Nov. 10, 1623; Henry 16 , bap. parish of 
Lydiard, St. Lawrence, Eng., Dec. 6, 1578, of position among the gentry, t>ropr. of family 
Manor, came with Rev. John Warham, Dorchester, May 30, 1630, Windsor, 1635, assist, 
m. in Eng., Jan. 10, 1606, Elizabeth Saunders, da. Thomas of Lydiard ; Mary 1 ' m. Job 
Drake 3 , Ann 17 Wolcott m. Matthew Griswold 2 . — Stiles' Windsor, 825. 



3161. 

C/JlCLVles' Tyftg {Sara& s Higginson, Susannah 6 , Aaron 4 , -Aaron 8 , Aaron 2 , 

Moses 1 ), d. Providence, R. I., June 20, 1879, a. 78, m. 1st, 1825, 
Anna S. Arnold of Providence, she d. 1830. He m. 2d, Nov. n, 
1833, Anna Amelia McAlpine, b. Oct. 6, 1816, d. Chaseville ? 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES' CLEVELAND. IQ 6l 

Duval co., Fla., Sept. 5, 1885, da. of John H. and Elizabeth 
{Jarvis). istm. s. p. Ch. by 2d m. : 

8551 Charles Dudley* Tyng, b. May 2, 1836. While prepar- 
ing to enter Harvard his health failed ; subsequently studied 
engineering ; at Havana, Cuba, was underwriter's agent and 
newspaper correspondent, see Bibliography, Chap. IV. Left 
Cuba at time of civil war ; has traveled extensively, and engaged 
in mercantile affairs. In 1874 was private secretary to Hon. Caleb 
Cushing, then U. S. Minister to Spain, remaining 2 years. 
Residence: Fla. 1891, Pasadena, Cal., 1895. • 

8552 Anita Elizabeth* Tyng, b. Feb. 4, 1838. Dr. Anita 
Elizabeth* Tyng studied at the N. E. Hosp. for Women and Chil- 
dren, Boston, Mass.; grad. M.D. Female Medical College of Pa. 
1864; practised medicine at Boston and Providence, R. I.; in 
1883 took charge of the Women's Hosp., Philadelphia, Pa.; is 
a highly cultivated physician and skillful surgeon; has per- 
formed successfully operations of the gravest character, and re- 
ported same with scientific exactness of detail ; member of R .1. 
Medical Soc, American Medical Assoc, Alumnae Assoc, of 
Women's Medical Coll., etc. Before these organizations and 
others has read papers on scientific topics, see Bibliogrphy, 
Chap. IV. Of late years has lived in Fla., residence Pasadena 
1895, unm. Julia Gertrude* Tyng, b. Oct. 4, 1840, d. Dec. 5, 1841. 

+8553 George* Tyng, b. May 12, 1842, Newburyport, Mass. 
Julia Gertrude* TytJg (ag.), b. May 5, 1844, d. Apr. 23, 
1846. 

Charles' 1 Tyng, in early life, took to the sea, and was a time 
sea captain ; circumnavigated the globe several times, making 
voyagee to Calcutta, Europe, etc. Left the sea while still 
young, and resided at Havana, Cuba, shipping merchant; wrote 
a review of his many-sided travels and experiences, a narrative 
still in manuscript. 

John H. McAlpine m. Elizabeth Jarvis of Conn. 

3163. 

Mary Cabotf Tyng (Sarah* mgginson), d. Marshall, Mich., 
July 25, 1849, a - 45> m - Newburyport, Mass., Oct. 25, 1829, Hon. 
Robert Cross, b. N. July 3, 1799, d. Lawrence, Mass., Nov. 9, 
1859. Grad. Harvard 1819; dwelt at Amesbury, Mass., Mar- 
shall, and Lawrence, lawyer. Represented his district in Mass. 
Legislature. Ch. b. Amesb. : Mary Ruth* , Aug. 24, 1830, d. Law. 
Aug. 30, 1854. 

+8554 Robert Dudley* Cross, b. Feb. 23, 1832. 

Ralph*, Aug. 18, 1833, d. Brattleboro, Vt, Apr. 19, 1850. 

8555 Charles Edivard* Cross (Capt. and Brevet. Col.), b. 

Sept. 24, 1837, killed in battle at Fredericksburg, Va., June 5, 

1863, unm. Educated at Putnam Free School, Newburyport, and at Polytechnic Inst, 
Troy, N. Y. Ap. to West Point Milit. Acad. ; grad. 1861, No. 2 in a class of 45. Ap. Brev. 
2d Lt. and 2d Lt. Corps Engineers May 6, 1861, Drilling Vols, at Washington, D. C, May 
7, to 25, 1861 ; Asst. Eng. Construction Defenses of Washington, D. C, May 27 to July 1, 
1861 ; in Manassas campaign July, 1861, 2d Div. Army N. E. Va. ; in battle Bull Run July 
12, 1861 ; construct Defenses of Wash. July 23, 1861, to Mar. 10, 1862, 1st Lt. Corps Eng. 
Aug. 6, 1861 : com. Engineer co. Army of Potomac in Va. Peninsular campaign Mar. to 
Aug., 1862; Brev. Maj. July i, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service in Peninsular 
campaign ; in siege Yorktown Apr. 12 to May 4, 1862 ; construe, roads, bridges for pass- 
age of army immense trains over White Oak Swamp and Chickahominy riv. ; com. Eng 



I0 62 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Batt. (Army Poto.) Md. campaign Sept.-Nov., 1862, in battle Antietam Sept. 17, 1862* 
building, repairing pontoon across Potomac and Shenandoah rivers ; Brev. Lt.-Col. Sept. 
17, 1862, for galla. and merit, serv. at Antietam. At Harper's Ferry and Berlin, Ma., 
Sept. 21-Nov. 3, 1862, march to Falmouth, Stafford co., Va., Nov., 1862, com. Eng. Batt. 
Dec, 1862-Feb., 1863, and of co. Mar. to June, 1863, in Rappahannock campaign at Fred- 
ericksb. throwing pontoons across Rappahannock riv. Dec. n-16, 1862, in equipping pon- 
toon train at Belle Plain and transporting it to Falmouth Jan. is-ig, '863 ; in " mud 
march " with pontoon bridge for Banks' Ford Jan. 20-26, 1863 ; construct, field works, 
making surveys, guarding bridges Jan. 26-Apr. 29, 1863, capt. C. E. Mar. 3, 1863 ; throw- 
ing bridge below Fredericksb. Apr. 2q, 1863 ; at battle Chancellorsville construct, works 
and bridges May 3 to 6, 1863, and in throwing a bridge in the face of the enemy at Frank- 
lin's Crossing v of the Rappahannock June 5, 1863, was .picked off by a sharpshooter, the 
bullet entering his forehead ; Brev. Col. June s, 1863, for gal. and mere. serv. See Regis- 
ter Officers and Graduates of West Point, by Gen. George Washington Cullum, iSbS. 

3164. 

JameS lligqinSOVl 1 Tyifig (Susan* Higginson, Susan*, Aaron*, s, 3 ), 

d. Brooklyn, N.Y., Apr. 16, 1879, a. 72, m. Boston, Mass., Dec. 30,. 
1829, or Jan. 1, 1830, Matilda Augusta Temple Degen, b. Leg- 
horn, Italy, June 12, 1808, or 1810-11, d. Exeter, N. H., May 30, 
1883, a da. Charles Furlong and Elizabeth Vassall (Russell), 
Ch. : Lucy Maude*, d. Aug., 1849 ; Char-les Degen 1 \ b. Oct. 15, 1830, 
Martinsburg, Berkeley co., Va. (now W. Va.), d. Nov., 1831 ; 
Son*, b. and d. Nov. 8, 1831, Charlestown, Jefferson co., Va. 
(now W. Va.); George Dudley*, b. Apr., Sept. 12, 1832, Bethany, 
Wayne co., Pa., d. Carbondale, Lackawanna co., Pa., Nov. 3, 
1833 ; Susan Elizabeth*, b. July 3, 1834, Tallahassee, Leon co., Fla., 
d. T. May 23, 1835. 

+8556 Emma Degen* Tyng„h. Oct. 4, 1836, Newburyport, 
Mass. ; Sarah Elizabeth*, b. Aug. 10, 1838, Ellicott's Mills, Md., 
d. Phila. Nov. 24, 1839 ; Mary Russell, b. Aug. 10, 1840, Hamil- 
tonville, Pa., d. Middletown, New Castle co., Del., Jan. 22, 1843. 

+8557 Frances Higginson 6 Tyng, b. Sept. 19, 1842-3, Smyrna, 
Kent co., Del. 

8558 Dudley Higginson* Tyng, b. Aug. 10, 1844, Middle- 
town, d. Oct., 1858, by accident. 

+8559 Russell Degen* Tyng, b. June 4, 1846, Newark, N. J. 

Rev. James Higginson' Tyng grad. Bowdoin College 1827, 
studied Theology with Rt. Rev. Thomas Church Brownell, at 
Hartford, Conn., and with Rt. Rev. A. V. Griswold at Bristol, 
R. I. After a year as lay reader at Cambridge, Mass., he was 
ord. deacon by Bishop Griswold. ' An eloquent, able, and useful 
minister of the Prot. Episcopal Church, who will always be lov- 
ingly remembered by his parishioners in the various charges of 
which he was rector. From N. Cleaveland's His. Bowdoin Coll. y 
377-— 

James Higginson Tyng was fitted for college under the care of Jared Sparks, Geo. 
B. Emerson, Rev. Dr. D. C. Sanders, and Col. Partridge. Mr. Tyng has had no small 
experience as pastor and teacher, in following places, generally in both capacities : 
Hopkinton, Mass., Martinsburg, Va., Honesdale, Pa., Carbondale, Pa., Tallahasse, Fla., 
Newark, N. J., Morristown, N. J. For several years he had a school for boys in New 
York. 

Degen ancestry : — Charles Furlong 1 Degen was an English merchant of Leghorn, m. 
June 12, 1797, Elizabeth Vassall Russell 7 , b. Jan. 10, 1771, d. Marion co., Miss., Aug. 2 8 r 
1824. Several of their children were b. in Leghorn ; the eldest, Charles Russell Degen,. 
bap. Boston, Mass., July n, 1798, of N. Y. city 1863 ; Matilda Augusta Temple 2 Degen m. 
James Higginson Tyng 1 . — Degen genealogy in preparation by Charles Codman, Boston. 

Russell ancestry : — 71 arms : (Hereford co. ; Worcester co., Eng.) Ar, chev. betw. 

3 crosses crosslet fitchee sa. Crest — Demi lion ramp, holding cross crosslet 

Paul 1 of Hereford, Eng., 1611 ; Hon. Richard 3 , b. H. 1611, apprentice at Bristol, Eng... 
Oct. 4, 1628, Charlestown, Mass., 1640, councillor, treas. and assist, of colony, m. 1st Maud 
Pitt (?), da. of William, sheriff of Bristol, Eng. ; Hon. James 3 , b. Oct. 1, 1640, judge, etc., 
m. 4th Mrs. Abigail (Curwin 3 ) Hathorne, wid. Eleazer Hathorne of Chariest. ; Hon. 
Daniel 4 , com's'r, m. 1st Rebecca Chambers'; Hon. James 8 , judge, etc., m. Katharine 
Greaves" ; Dr. Charles 8 , b. Dec. 27, 17*8, grad. Harvard, 1757, Lincoln, m. Elizabeth Vas- 
sall 6 ; Elizabeth Vassall 7 Russell m. Charles Furlong Degen 1 . 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. I0 63 

Vassall ancestry : — John 1 [see +722]; Samuel 2 , alderman London, M. P. 1640-1, 
patentee of Mass. lands 1628, and assist, of the Co. ; John 3 , early set. in Jamaica, W. I., d. 
there, m. Anna Lewis, da. John, an English resident of Genoa; Maj. Leonard 4 , b. 
Jamaica June 10, 1678, Boston, bef. July 24, 1723, est. owner in Boston and Braintree, m. 
1st Ruth Gale of Jamaica; Col. Henry 5 m. Penelope Royall 4 ; Elizabeth* Vassall bap. 
Camb. Dec. 17, 1742, m. Charles Russell 6 . 

Royall, Ryalt ancestry : — William 1 , sent by the Gov. and Co. fr. London Apr. 17, 
1629, to Capt. John Endicott at Salem, Mass., Casco Bay 1636, North Yarmouth, Cumber- 
land co., Me , on Royall's River, m. Phebe Green, da. of wid. Margaret Green, who 
became 2d w. of Samuel Cole of Boston; William 2 , b. 1639, N. Yarm., m. Mary; Hon. 
Isaac 3 , b. 1672, of Antigua 40 years, ret. to N. E. June 27, 1737, d. Medford, Mass., June 7, 
1739, m - Mrs. Elizabeth (Eliot) Oliver, wid., da. of Asaph Eliot ; Penelope 4 Rovall, tn. 
Henry Vassall 6 . — New Eng. Royalls, by B. D. Harris in N. E. Reg., XXXIX, 348. 

Graves ancestry :— John 1 , Thomas 2 [see -I- 228 ]; Dr. Thomas 3 , grad. Harvard 1656, 
judge, etc., Charlestown, m. 2d Mrs. Sarah (Stedman) [Brackett] Alcock, wid. of Samuel 
Alcock, of Boston, da. John and Alice Stedman of Cambridge, Mass. (she m. 1st John 
Bracket, 4th John Phillips') ; Hon. Thomas 4 , b. 28 (7), 1683, m. 1st Sybil Avery 3 ; Katharine 5 
Graves m. James Russell 5 . 

Avery ancestry: — Dr. William 1 , b. 1602, Dedham, Mass., of Ancient Artillery co. 
1654; m. Margaret ; Jonathan 2 , b. May 26, 1653, m. Sybil Sparhawk 3 ; Sybil 3 Avery m. 
Thomas Graves 4 . 

Sparhawk ancestry .• — Dea. Nathaniel 1 , Nathaniel 2 [see +364] ; Sybil 3 Sparhawk m. 
Jonathan Avery 2 . 

Chambers ancestry : — 1 arms : Chambers or Chalmers ; 6: Chalmers; i: Cham- 
bir ; 4: Chambre ; iq : Chambers (London). Ar. chev. betw. 3 trefoils slipped gu. . . . 
Thomas 1 , per fr. New Haven, Conn., 1640 to Scituate, Mass., if of Charlestown 1658, per 
father of : Hon. Charles 2 , b. Lincolnshire, Eng., 1660, sea capt. Charlestown, m. 1st Re- 
becca Patefield or Peatfield, da. John and Amy of C. ; Rebecca 2 Chambers na. Daniel 
Russell 4 . 

Curwin ancestry : — George 1 , b. Workington, Cumberland, Eng., Dec. 10, 1610, Salem, 
Mass.., 1638, rep_. m. 1st Mrs. Elizabeth (Herbert) White of Northampton, wid. John White ; 
Abigail 2 Curwin m. 2d James Russell 3 . — Wyman's Charlestown : Savage. 

3165. 

Mli&dbeih SeWalV HigginSOn, (Stephen* Higginson, Susanna*, 
Aaron 4 , Aaron 3 , Aaron 2 ), d. Dec., 1839, a. 43, m., as 2d W., Rev. Ruel 

Keith, b. Pittsford, Vt., June 26, 1792, d. Sheldon, Vt., Sept. 3, 
1842, a s. Reuel and Abigail (Allen) s. p. (He m. ist Marietta 7 
Cleveland +3203.) 

3166. 

Martha Salisbury'' Higginson {Stephen* Higginson), died 
Dec, 1889, a. 88, m. May 3, 1832, as 2d w., Rev. Ichabod Nich- 
ols, D.D., b. Portsmouth, N. H., July 5, 1784, died Cambridge, 
Mass., Jan. 2, 1859, a son Capt. Ichabod and. Lydia (Ropes), s. p. 
Rev. Ichabod Nichols, D.D., grad. Harvard 1802, studied theol- 
ogy with Rev. Thomas Barnard. at Salem, tutor in mathematics 
at Harvard 1805-9, preached his first sermon to First Cong. chh. 
in Portland, Me., Jan., 1809, ord. Jan. 7, 1809, assoc. pastor of 
that church with Rev. Samuel Deane, D.D., on whose decease, 
Nov. 12, 1 814, he became sole pastor, diligently and faithfully 
doing the Master's work until his death. -Rev. Horatio Steb- 
bins became his colleague Jan. 31, 1855, and he removed to 
Cambridge. He published, 1830, his work on "Natural Theol- 
ogy," 121110, containing original views and illustrations, which 
is considered as classical authority in theol:. schools ; " Remem- 
bered Words from Sermons of Rev. I. Nichols," i860 ; and in 
1 86 1-4 was published his "Hours with the Evangelists." He 
was vice-pres. of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 
Palmer's Harvard Necrology, 225. He m. ist, May 15, 1810, Dor- 
othea F. Gilman of Exeter, N. H., she d. Apr. 17, 183 1, da. Gov. 
John Taylor Gilman. Ch.: John Taylor Gilman Nichols, d., a. 
1 year ; George Henry Nichols (Dr.), Aug. 26, 1814, H. C. 1833, 
of Standish, Cumberland co., Me., phys.; John Taylor Gilman 
Nichols (ag.) (Rev.), Apr. 24, 1817, of Saco, Me., clerg.; Charles 
Nichols, b. Apr. 12, 1819, d. 1819. 



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3167. 

Francis John 1 Higginson (Stephen* Higginson, susan*, 
Aaron«,v), m. Cambridge, Mass., June 21, 1831, Susan Cleveland'' 

Channing +3190 (Susan Cleveland* Higginson, Susan ), she d. Brookline, 

Mass., May 14, 1871, a. 63. Dr. Francis John 1 Higginson grad. 
Harvard 1825, studied medicine in Boston, was of Brattleboro, 
Vt., 1862. Ch. b. Cambridge : 

-I-8560 Mary Louisa* Jligginson, b. Apr, 13, 1832. 

8561 Eliza Channing* Higginson, b. June 24, 1834, unmar- 
ried, res. Brookline, Mass., 1886. 

3168. 

Stephen 1 HigginSOn (Step/ien« Higginson, Susan*, Aaron*, s,o), m. 

Boston, Mass., 1831, Agnes Gordon Cochrane, b. B., Jan. 13, 
1 810, a da. William and Mary (Fletcher). Ch.: 

8562 Stephen* Higginson, b. Aug. 21, 1832, N. Y. city, m. N. 
Y. c. 1874, Mrs. Sarah T. (Hatfield) Baroness Von Heerdt. Of 
N. Y. city, merch. Ch.: Stephen* Higginson. 

8563 Anne Storrow* Higginson, b. May 24" 1834, N. Y. city, 
unm., res. Salem, Mass., 1886. 

8564 William Cochran* Higginson, b. Oct. 26, 1836, N. Y. c, 
m. Chicago, 111., 1872, Ella A. Little, 1. Hillsboro, N. H., farmer. 

8565 Agnes Gordon* Higginson, b. Dec. 28, 1838, Grand 
Rapids, Mich., m. Deerfield, Mass., 1862, George Fuller, b. D., 

Jan. 17, 1822, a s. and Fanny (Negus), 1. Deerfield, artist. 

Ch.: George Spencer* Fuller, b. Feb. 25, 1863 ; Robert Higginson 9 
Fuller, Sept. 18, 1864; Henry Brown* Fuller, Oct. 3, 1867 ; Agnes 
Gordon* Fuller, Jan. 27, 1873 ; Arthur Negus* Fuller, May 1, 1879. 

8566 Samuel Storrow* Higginson, b. Mar. 22, 1841, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

8567 Francis John* Higginson, b. July 19, 1843, Jamaica 
Plain, Mass., m. Cold Spring, Putnam co., N. Y., Jan. 5, 1878, 
Grace Glenwood Haldane of Cold S., da. John H. and Mathilda 
(Hasbrouck). Commander U.S. N., at sea. 

8568 Louis* Higginson, b. Aug. 31, 1845, Roxbury, Mass., 
m. N. Y. c. Nov. 2, 1880, Mrs. Annie Louise (Eastman) Lock- 
wood, wid. of Hamilton Davidson Lockwood, da. Charles J. F. 
and Helen W. (Farrar). Of Charlestown, Mass., merch. 

8569 Robert Mintum* Higginson, b. Sept. 18, 1846, Roxb'y, 
unm., merch. Report Adj. -Gen., Mass. — Robert M. Higginson 
of Boston, Mass., 5th Mass. Cav., 2d It. Jan. 30, 1864, 1st It. Aug. 
25, 1864. 

8570 Arthur*, b. Dec. 5, 1854, Jamaica Plain, d. 1871. 

8571 Edward* Higginson, b. Dec. 5, 1854, J. P., m. Erie, 
Pa., Sept. 25, 1884, Katherine Strong, da. Landaff and Catherine 
Cecile (Harnot), grad. Harvard 1874, res. Fall River, Mass., 1885, 
lawyer. 

Stephen^ Higginson resided 1862 at Brookline, Mass. Merchant 
of New York and Boston. Of the firm Lee [John Clark] & 
Higginson, 1848. Lee, Higginson & Co., the well-known bank- 
ing house of Boston. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. I0 65 

3170. 

WaldO 7 HigginSOW (Stephen* Higginson, Susans, Aaron*, Aaron", 

Aaron"), b. Boston, Mass., May i, 1814, d. B., May 4, 1894, m. B., 
Dec. 29, 1845, Mary Davies Sohier, b. B., Apr. 2, 181 7, d. B., Dec. 
9, 1885, a daughter of William Davies and Elizabeth Amory 
(Dexter), s. p. 

Mr. Waldo' Higginson was fitted for college chiefly by Mr. 
William Wells of Cambridge, in the private school Mr. Wells 
taught there. He also spent a year at the celebrated Round 
Hill School, Northampton, Mass., of Messrs. Joseph G. Cogs- 
well and George Bancroft, and was for a time at that of Mr. 
Ralph Waldo Emerson at Cambridge. Graduated Harvard, 
1833, having a part at commencement, and being a member of 
Phi Beta Kappa ; studied law 1834-5 in the office of Judge 
Charles Jackson of Boston, but gave up that profession in sum- 
mer of 1835, and entered the office of Col. Loammi Baldwin of 
Charlestown, as student in civil engineering. In summer of 
1837 he accepted the invitation of Mr. W. S. Whitwell, C. E., to 
go to Ga. State R. R. across the Alleghanies, under charge of 
Col. S. H. Long, U. S. Topographical Engineers. ■ ' In summer 
of 1839 ne l e ft tn i s work to accept the offer of Col. F. M. Fes- 
senden, as assistant engineer on the Eastern R. R. betw. Ips- 
wich and Newburyport. When that work was completed, 1841, 
he established himself in Boston as C. E. and surveyor for four 
years. In spring of 1845 he was chosen agent and engineer of 
the Boston & Lowell R. R. Co., and filled that office to May 18, 
1853, when he was suddenly struck down by paralysis. He was 
long in recovering from the tedious illness which followed, and 
was never fully restored. In the autumn of 1856, being meas- 
urably recovered, he was chosen president of the New England 
Railroad Mutual Insurance Co. This enterprise was sustained 
by the best companies in N. E., but the president, becoming 
persuaded in' 1859 that the mutual principle of insurance was not 
adapted to railroads, advised the abandonment of the experi- 
ment. This was done, and the Co. wound up its organization 
without loss to the insured. In i860, however, he started a new 
mutual insurance Co. designed for manufacturing establish- 
ments, the Arkwright Mutual Fire Ins. Co. of Boston, which 
immediately became successful, and of which he was chosen 
and remained president until his resignation, 1891, when a vote 
was passed by the directors of the company, which set forth, in 
the warmest terms, the respect and affection which they cher- 
ished for their associate and friend. In spring of 1872 he went 
to Europe with his wife and passed a year in seeing the most 
attractive places in Great Britain and the continent. Residence 
for many years in Boston ; summer resort, Cohasset. Was 
elected a resident member of the New England Historic-Gene- 
alogical Society, Sept. 3, 1845, resigning on account of business 
engagements, Jan. 5, 1853, re-elected Apr. 4, 1883. At com- 
mencement, 1869, he was chosen one of the overseers of Har- 
vard college, was a prominent member of the committee for 
erecting Memorial Hall, was for a long time chairman of the 
Committee of Overseers to visit the Theological School, resigned 



I066 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

1873. He founded in the university the George D. Sohier prize 
(named for a brother of Mrs. Higginson) for scholarship in 
modern languages. Author of several publications — see Bib- 
liography, Chap. IV. His biography appearsin the Necrology 
of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society — N. E. His. 
Gen. Reg., L : yp. 

Sohier ancestry : — See Dr. Henry Bryant +6693- 

3174. 

Thomas Wentworth 7 Higginson (Stephen* Higginson, susan*, 
Aaron«, Aaron*, Aaron"), b. Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 22, 1823, m. 1st, 
Boston, Mass., Sept. 20, 1847, Mary Elizabeth* Channing +8576 

(Barbara Higginson 1 Perkins, Barbara Cooper* Higginson, Susan 6 , Aaron 4 ), b. B., 

July 4, 1820, d. Newport, R. T., Sept. 2, 1877. He m. 2d, West 
Newton, Middlesex co., Mass., Feb. 6, 1879, Mary Potter 
Thacher, b. Machias, Washington co., Me., Nov. 26, 1844, a da. 
Peter and Margaret (Potter). 1st m., s. p. Ch. by 2d m. b. Cam- 
bridge : 

8572 Louisa Wentworth* Higginson, b. Jan. 26, 1880, d. C, 
Feb. 16, 1880. 

8573 Margaret Waldo* Higginson, b. July 25, 1881. 

Col. Thomas Wentworth 1 Higginson grad. Harvard University, 
1841 ; Harvard Theological School, 1847. He was minister of 
the First Congregational church of Newburyport, Mass., 
1847-50, and of a Free Church at Worcester, Mass., 1852-8. 
In 1858 he retired from the -ministry. He took an active part 
in the anti-slavery agitation of this period, was wounded in the 
Anthony Burns affair, indicted with Parker, Phillips, et al., but 
discharged from a flaw in the indictment. Aided in organiza- 
tion of free state emigrants to Kan., 1856 ; was brigadier-gen- 
eral on Gen. James Henry Lane's staff, free state forces, and 
was cognizant of Capt. John Brown's movements. At breaking 
out of the civil war he nobly devoted himself to the service of 
his country, and was soon promoted to col. of First S. C. Vols., 
colored, 1862, the first regiment of slaves mustered into U. S. 
service. Among his achievements he took Jacksonville, Fla. 
Was wounded in battle on Edisto river, July 10, 1863, resigned 
from disability Oct., 1864. Resided at Newport, R. I., to 1878, 
and since always in Cambridge (1895). He was a member of 
Mass. Legislature from 1st Cambridge Dist, 1880 and 1881. 
Since the war he has engaged in literary pursuits — the dis- 
tinguished author, see Bibliography, Chap. IV. Orator of the 
day at 250th anniversary of settlement of Cambridge, Dec. 28, 
1880. In 1886 he addressed the Nineteenth Century Club of 
N. Y. on literature, upon which event an editorial commented : 

No man is better qualified to treat this subject in an entertaining and instructive 
manner, and New Yorkers seldom have an opportunity of hearing an author whose de- 
livery is as good as his essays. Col. Higginson is interested in every advanced literary 
undertaking, and his heartiness is an element of success in whatever he advocates. 

Represented New Hampshire, Mass., R. I., and Conn, at the 
Cowpens Centennial, the unveiling of monument to Gen. 
Daniel Morgan at Spartanburg, Spartanburg co., S. C, May 
11, 1881. 

In 1884 he was a leader in the Liberal Republican move- 




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DESCENDANTS OF MOSES' CLEVELAND. iQfcj 

ment, and a supporter of Grover Cleveland for President. Col. 
Higginson is president of the Browning Club and of the Round 
Table of Boston, and of the Reform Club of Cambridge, ex- 
president of the Appalachian Mountain Club, of the American 
Woman's Suffrage Association, of the Mass. Bicycle Club ; 
vice-president and 1892 president of the Associated Branches 
of the Phi Beta Kappa ; vice-pres. of Free Religious Assoc. ; 
Director of American Social Science Assoc. ; member of : 
American Antiquarian Society, Am. Oriental Soc, Am. His- 
torical Soc, American Philological Soc, Mass. Historical Soc, 
N. E. Historic-Genealogical Soc, Am. Soc. for Psychical Re- 
search, Papyrus Club, and Naturalists' Club. Col. Higginson is 
a subscriber for this Genealogy. 

3175. 

Barbara Sigginson 1 Perkins (Barbara cooler* Higginson, 

Susan', Aaron*, Aaron 3 , Aaron"), d. 1822, m. Mar. 25, 1815, as ISt W., Dr. 

Walter Channing, b. Newport, R. I., Apr. 15, 1786, a s. William 
and Lucy (Ellery). Ch. : 

8574 Barbara Higginson* Channing, b. Mar. 13, 1816. 

+8575 William Ellery* Channing. 

8576 Mary Elizabeth* Channing, b. July 4, 1820, Boston, 
Mass., m. Col. Thomas Wentworth 1 Higginson +3174. 
Lucy Bradstreef Channing, a. in early life. 

Dr. Walter Channing, M.D., was at Harvard, 1804-7. 
Studied medicine under Dr. James Jackson of Bost. and Prof. 
Barton of Phila. Afterward studied at U. of Edinburgh, at 
Guy's and St. Thomas's Hosp., London, began practice, Bost, 
1 81 2. Lecturer, 181 2, and prof, of obstetrics and medical 
jurisp. in Harvard, 1815-54, assist, phys. Mass. Hosp., 1821-40. 
A frequent contrib. to med. and literary periodicals, pub. " Mis- 
cellaneous Poems, 1851"; "A Physician's Vacation, 1856"; 
" Etherization in Childbirth, 1848 " ; " Prevention of Pauperism, 
1843""; Reminiscences of Foreign Travel"; "New and Old, 
1 85 1 " ; Reformation of Medical Science, 1851." — Drake's Diet., 
174. He m. 2d, Eliza Wainwright, da. of Peter (and sister of 
Rt. Rev. Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright, D.D., D.C.L., b. Liv- 
erpool, Eng., Feb. 24, 1793, H. U., 181 2. Bp. of N. Y. [Pro- 
visional], d. N. Y. city, Sept. 21, 1854) Wainwright (b. Eng., 
came to U. S. immediately after Revolution, of Boston), and 
Elizabeth (Mayhew, a da. of Rev. Jonathan 6 [Rev. Experience*, Rev. 

John 3 , Rev. Thomas', Gov. Thomas 1 of Martha's Vineyard, Mass.] Mayhew, H. 
U., 1744), S. P. 

Channing and Ellery ancestries .- — [See +1100.] 

3177. 

SllSan Cleveland 7 JPerJHnS (Barbara Cooper* Higginson, 
Susannas, Aaron*, Aaron 3 , Aaron*, Moses 1 ), d. Boston, MaSS., Apr. 8, 1825, 

m., Boston, Apr. 20, 1824, as 1st w., George Searle, b. Newbury - 
port, Mass., Dec. 3, 1788, d. Brookline, Mass., Jan. 2, 1858, a s. 
George and Mary Russell (Atkins). Ch. : Susan Cleveland 9 ' 
Searle, b. Mar. 20, 1825, Boston, d. B., Apr. 10, 1827. 

George Searle lived at Boston and Brookline, merchant. 



1068 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Hem. 2d, Brookline, Jan. 15, 1835, Mrs. Susanna Coffin (Mar- 
quand) Hooper, b. Newburyport, May 23, 1789, wid. of Stephen 
Hooper, a da. Joseph and Rebecca (Coffin) [see +3157], s. p. 
Susan or Susanna Coffin Marquand, m. 1st, Stephen Hooper, b. 
West Newbury, Essex co., Mass., ab. 1785, d. Sept. 16, 1824, a. 39 
(soon after m.), buried New Hill burying-g., Newburyport, s. 
Stephen and Alice (his 2d wife, she or his 1st w., Sarah, it is 
thought, was a Roberts). Of N. and Boston, lawyer. 

Searle ancestry:— 4. arms: Searle; /.- Searle or Serrall. Searle. (Corn- 
wall) : Ar. a chev. betw. 3 birds' heads sa. . . . Robert 1 of Dorchester, Mass., adm. 
inhab. June 9, 1662, town clerk, d. Feb. 7, 1717, m. Deborah ; Jabez 2 , b. D., Mar. 13, 1679; 
George 3 , b. 1719, m. Catherine Gore, a near kinswoman (supposed to be aunt) of Gov. 
Christopher 2 (Capt. Johni) Gore, LL.D., b. Boston, Mass., Sept. 21, 1758, H. U., 1776, gov. 
of Mass. 1809 ; George 4 Searle, b. 1755, made trips to, Europe in commercial pursuits, d. 
1796, m. Amesbury, Mass., 1779, Mary Russell Atkins , b. Newburyport, Mass., 1753. 

Atkins ancestry : — [See +1093]. 

3179. 

Stephen Higginson 7 JPerkins {Barbara cooper* mgginson, 

Susan 5 , Aaron 4 , ', 2 ), d. Aug. II, 1877, a. 73, m. iSt, Nov. 22, 1831, 

Sarah Sever Sullivan, b. Mar.- 30, 1808, a da. Richard and 
Sarah (Russell). He m. 2d, Nov. 9, 1847, Elizabeth Welles^ b. 
Aug. 13, 1816, d. Feb. 10, 1849, a da. Benjamin and Mehetable 
Stoddard (Sumner). Ch. b. 1st m. : 

8577 Francis William* Perkins, b. Dec. 26, 1832, m. Jan. 13, 
1863, Frances Ann McDonald. Ch. : Sarah Sullivan* Perkins, b. 
Feb. 7, 1864 ; Caroline Elizabeth* Perkins, Dec. 22, 1868. 

8578 Stephen George* Perkins, b. Sept. 18, 1835, killed at 
Cedar Mountain battle, Aug. 9, 1862. 

8579 Richard Sullivan' Perkins, b, Nov. 12, 1837, m. Dec. 
25, 1863, Susan K. Adams, b. Feb. 21, 1836. By 2d m. : Eliza- 
beth Welles* Perkins. 

Stephen Higginson 1 Perkins resided at Boston, Mass., merchant. 

O'Sullivan, Sullivan ancestry of Sarah Sever Sullivan : — 2 arms: Sullivan: 
s: O'SULLIVAN : (Ireland). Per pale, vert and ar. ; on the first a buck pass. ; on the 2d 
a boar ; on a chief or, 2 lions ramp, supporting a sword entwined with a serpent. Crest 
— On a ducal coronet a bird. . . Miletus, father of : Heber Fionn, ancestor of : Owen 
the illustrious, competitor for the throne of Conn of the Hundred battles, who in the sec- 
ond century reigned over Ireland, was defeated, went to Spain, m. Beara, da. of King of 
Spain, his son : Olioll Olum, King of Munster, Ireland, A.D. 237, m. Sabia, da. of Conn, 
and was father of : Owen, King of Desmond, or South Munster, who m. Moncha, da. of 
Dill, a Druid of noble birth, and was ancestor of the McCarthies and O'Sullivans, his son : 
Fiacha Muilhethan succeeded, A.D. 260, of Knoc Graffon, Munster, seat of the Sullivans. 
Angus, the 1st Christian King of Munster, converted and bap. by St. Patrick, killed in 
battle A.D. 489, ancestor of O'Sullivans. O'Sullivan More, k. in battle of Maigh Ailbe 
009. Eogan More, ancestor of : -Donel More, 8th from the first who assumed name O'Sul- 
livan. Aodd Duff, 10th gen. fr. Olioll, and gr. gr. s. of Angus, was progen. of the O'Sul- 
livans. Sullivan was 18th from Olioll. Donnel More, 25th gen. from Olioll, was ancestor 
of O'Sullivans, his gr. gr. s. Anra-ny Lacken. Lord Desmond, 1st Lord Beare, &c, flor. 
13th century. . . . Dermod 1 nth, Lord Beare and Bantry in Munster, k. by gunpowder 
explosion in his castle of Dunboy 1549, m. Julia, da. of Donnel, Prince of Carberry, by 
Elinor Fitzgerald, da. of Gerald, 8th Earl Kildare, mother of Donnel being da. of Donnel, 
oth Lord Bearehaven who d. 1320 ; Sir Philip 2 , of Ardea castle, Kerry co., Ireland, m. 
Margaret, da. of Cormac Oge, Lord Dunhallow ; Donnel or Daniel 3 , of Ardea castle 1613, 
m. Margaret, da. of Earl Clancarthy, gr."da. Earl of Cork ; Philip 4 m. Honora 8 , da. Lord 
Muskerry £ whose ancestry : — Cormic Laidir 1 , Lord Muskerry, 1448-95, built castle Blar- 
ney, containing the Blarney Stone ; Cormac Oge 2 d. 1524, m. a da. of the 9th Lord Kerry : 
Teigue 3 d. 1536; Dermod 4 d. 1570; Sir Cormac 6 d. 1616; Cormac Oge 6 created Lord 
Blarney and viscount Muskerry, Lord Dunhallow, m. Margaret, da. of Donogh, 4th Earl 
Thomond ; Donogh 7 Lord Muskerry, Earl Clancarthy of Macroom castle d. 1666, m. 
Ellena Butler, sister of James, Duke Ormond ; Honora 8 ]; Daniel 5 , called Lord Beare- 
haven, m. Ellen, da. of Daniel O'Sullivan More, ioth Lord Dunkerron, who m. Maryanne. 
2d da. of Sir Edmund Fitzgerald of Cloyne, Earl Kildare by a da. of Earl Antrim (Owen, 
oth Lord, whose da., Ellen, m. Daniel O'Sullivan Beare; Daniel, 8th Lord Dunkerron, m. 
Joan, da. of Patrick Fitzmaurice, 17th Lord Kerry by Honora Fitzgerald 11 , whose Plan- 
tagenet ancestry : — William 1 the Conqueror [see +452, and also for descent from Saxon, 
Scotch and French Kings'] ; Henrv« III ; Edward 7 I ; Elizabeth 8 Plantagenet m. Humph- 
rey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford ; Elena" Bohun m. James Butler, Earl Ormond ; Elena 10 
Butler m. James Fitzgerald, Earl Desmond, he d. 1460 ; Honora 11 Fitzgerald) ; Owen 6 m. 
Mary or Marganne, da. of Col. Owen McSweeney of Musgrey by Honora McCarthy, da. 



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of Florence McFinnen of Ardtelly, gr. da. of Charles McCarthy of Carricknamarck ; 
Maj. Philip' of Ardea tn. Joan, da. of Dermod McCarthy More of Killoween (desc. fr. 
Earl of Clancarre, who d. 1596) by Ellen, da. of McCarthy Reagh of Carberry, Lord Mus- 
kerry ; Master James 8 , b. Ardea June 17, 1690, came, 1723, of South Berwick, Me., large 
land owner, greatly venerated, d. S. B. June 20, 1795, monument erected by Gov. Wells 
and other descendants, m. Margaret Browne, b. 17 14; Hon. James 8 , b. Apr. 22, 1744, Gov. 
of Mass., M. C, etc., m. 1st Hetty Odiorne 4 : Richard 10 Sullivan m. Sarah Russell 6 . — 
Master Sullivan of Berwick, in N. E. Reg., JCIX : 289. 

Russell ancestry : — Paul 1 , Richards, James', Daniel*, James 5 [see +3164] ; Hon. 
Thomas 8 , b. Charlestown, Mass., Apr. 7, 1740, executive councillor, m. 2d Sarah Sever 6 : 
Sarah* Russell m. Richard Sullivan 10 . 

Seaver ancestry: — Arms : Ar. chev. gu. betw. 3 doves pecking wheat sheaves. 
Crest — Arm holding sword encirc. by laurel wreath. Motto — Sume superbiam quaesis- 
tam meritis. . . Robert 1 , b. Eng. 1608, fr. London — Founders of N. E., by S. G. Drake, 
70, — m. 1st, Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 10, 1634, Elizabeth Ballard : Caleb 3 m. Sarah Inglesby, 
or Ingoldsbury ; Rev. Nicholas 3 , H. C. 1701, pastor Dover, N. H., Kingston, Plymouth 
co., Mass., judge, m. Mrs. Sarah (Warren 4 ) Little, wid. Charles Little ; Hon. William 4 , 
mem. prov. congress— Bradford's Disting. N. E. Men, 1842 — m. 1st, Sarah Warren 5 ; 
Sarah 6 Seaver, m. Thomas Russell 8 .— Seaver fam., by Ww. B. Trask in N. E. Reg., 
XXIV : 303. 

Warren ancestries: — Richard 1 , "Mayflower" passeng., Plym. 1620, m. Elizabeth; 
Nathaniel* m. Sarah Walker; James 3 , b. Nov. 7, 1665, m. Sarah Dotey 3 ; Sarah 4 m. 
Nicholas Sever 3 . . . James 4 , b. 1700, m. Penelope Winslow 6 ; Sarah 8 Warren m. William 
Seaver*. 

Winslow ancestry: — Kenelm 1 ; Edward 4 [see+" x 5] ; Gov. Edward 3 , b. Droitwich, 
Eng., Oct. 19, 1594-5 ; joined pilgrims at Leyden 1617, came in "Mayflower," signed cov. 
in harbor Nov. 11, 1620, was in shallop that discov. Plymouth Dec, 1620, assist, fr. 1625-44, 
Gov. of Plymouth Col. 1644, a most important man and author, m. 2d, Mrs. 'Susannah 
(Fuller) White, wid. William White, mother of the first b. of N. E., Peregrine White, b. 
on "Mayflower" off Cape Cod Nov., 1620, related to Dr. Samuel Fuller; Gov. Josiah 4 , b. 
Plym. 1629, Gov. 1673-80, m. Penelope Pelham, da. Herbert of Cambridge ; Chief Justice 
Isaac 6 , b. 1670, m. Sarah Wensley 2 ; Penelope 8 Winslow m. James Warren 4 .— N. E. Reg., 
IV: 207 — Desc. of Edw. Winslow, by Lemuel Shattuck. 

Wensley ancestry : — (Wendesley, Derby co.). Erm. . on bend gu.. 3 escallops or. 
Crest — Man's head. . . . John 1 , Bost., mariner, m. Elizabeth Paddy 3 ; Sarah 2 Wens- 
ley m. Isaac Winslow 6 . 

Paddy ancestry: — (Lancaster Herald). Sa. inescutcheen betw. 4 lions ramp. 
Crest — On chapeau a lion. . . . Dea. William 1 of London, skinner, arr. Bost. June 3, 

1635, Plym., m. Alice Freeman, da. Edward of Lynn ; Elizabeth 2 Paddy m. John Wens- 
ley 1 . 

Doten, Dotey ancestry: — 2 arms: Dottin ; //Dotton : Az. a cross engr. era. . . . 
Edward 1 , a London youth, " Mayflower "passeng., sign, compact, was with his master, 
Stephen Hopkins, in shallop that discov. Plym. 1620, a party in the 1st duel fought in 
N. E. June 18, 1621, m. Faith Clark, da. Tristram or Thurston and Faith of Plym. ; Ed- 
ward 2 m. Sarah Faunce 2 ; Sarah 3 Dotey m. James Warren 3 . 

Faunce ancestry : — John 1 came, 1623, Plym., m. Patience Morton 2 ; Sarah 2 Faunce 
m. Edward Dotey 2 . 

Morton ancestry : — 2q arms: MARTYN ; 13 : MORETON ; 32 : MORTON : (Derived fr. 
William Morton, s. of Charles of Morton, Yorksh., of this family was Cardinal John Mor- 
ton, 1485). Quarterly gu. and erm., in sinister chief and dexter base a goat's head. . . . 
George 1 , h. Austerfield, Yorksh., Feb. 12, 1509, came, 1623, (with bro. Thomas) Plym., m. 
Leyden, July 23, 1612, Julian Carpenter, da. Alexander; Patience 2 Morton m. John 
Faunce 1 . 

Odiorne ancestry : — John 1 , Newcastle, N. H., 1660, of gr. jury, 1686, d. 1707, Farmer 
thinks he was father of Jotham 2 , b. 1675, of Newcas., a counsel. ; William 3 m. Avis 
Adams, da. Dr. Hugh and Susan ( Winburn) ; Hetty* Odiorne m. Tames Sullivan 9 . 

Welles ancestry of Elizabeth Welles:— Gov. Thomas 1 , from Eng., an original propr. 
Hartford, Conn., member Court of Magistrates, Mar. 28, 1637, Wethersfield, Conn., gov. 
Conn., 1655, '8, m. 1st, in Eng., Elizabeth Hunt ; Capt. Samuel 2 , b. Eng., of W., m. 1st, 
Elizabeth Hollister 2 ; Samuel 3 , b. Apr. 13, 1660, of Glastonbury, Conn., m. Ruth Rice; 
Rev. Samuel 4 , b. G., Dec. 24, 1689, Y. C. 1707, min. of Lebanon, Conn., Bost. ; Samuel 6 , b. 
Mar. 5, 1725, H. C. 1744, m. Isabella Pratt; Hon. Benjamin 8 Welles, b. B., Aug. 13, 1781, 
H. C. t8oo, studied law, of John & Benjamin Welles, bankers, Bost. and Paris, m. 1st, 
Mehetable Stoddard Sumner 7 . — Palmer's Harv. Necr., 34Q. 

Sumner ancestry: — 2 arms: (Kent, der. fr. Rev. John Sumner, Windsor, cousin of 
Bp. John Bird Sumner of Canterb., and Bp. Charles Richard Sumner of Winchester). 
Ermines 2 chev. or. Crest — Lion's head erased ermines langued gu. ducally gorged or. 
Motto — Adopted by Gov. Increase Sumner — In medio tutissimus ibis. Name der. fr. 
office of Sommoner. . . . Roger 1 , Bicester, Oxford co., Eng., m. Nov. 2, 1601, Joan 
Franklin ; Serg. William 2 , bap. Burcester, Jan. 27, 1604-5, came ^635, Dorchester, Mass., 

1636, judge, rep., m. in Eng., Mary West; George 3 , b. Bices., Feb. 14, 1634-5, Lynn., m. 
Mary Baker, da. Edward and Jane of L.; Edward 4 , m. Elizabeth Clapp 6 ; Increase 5 , m. 
Sarah Sharp 6 ; Gov. Increase 6 , b. Roxbury, Mass., Nov. 27, 1746, Gov. Mass., 1797-9, m. 
Elizabeth Hylsop 3 ; Mehetable Stoddard 7 Sumner m. Benjamin Welles*. — A 7 ! E. Reg., 
VIII : 105, i2Sd — Memoir Gov. Increase Sumner [portrait], by Gen. W. H. Sumner, and 
Sumner Genealogy, by William B. Trask. 

•Hylsop ancestry .•— James 1 , of Scotland ; William 2 , b. 1714, bap. Sept. 26, 1714, from 
Humly parish, near Haddington, East Lowden co., Scotland, Boston 1746, merchant on 
Quaker St., burnt out by great fire, 1760, benefactor of Soc. for prop, gospel among In- 
dians, died Aug. n, 1796, m. 1st, Mehetable Stoddard 4 ; Elizabeth 3 Hylsop m. Increase 
Sumner 8 . 

Stoddard ancestry .-— Anthony 1 , Boston 1639, m. 2d, Mrs. Barbara Weld, wid. Capt. 
Joseph Weld of Roxbury, niece of Edward Clap of Dorchester ; Hon. Simeon 2 , b. 1650, 
bap. May 25, 1651, of His Majesty's Council, m. 1st, Mary ; Daniel 3 , born Dec. 5, 1685, m. 
Mrs. Elizabeth (Richardson) Shrimpton, wid. Samuel Shrimpton, niece of Mrs. Elizabeth 
(Roberts) Shrimpton.— Af. E. Reg., V : 25. 

Shrimpton ancestry: — Henry 1 , of London (bro. of Edward of Bednal Green, Mid- 



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dlesex co., Eng.), joined chh. Boston, Sept. 15, 1635, m. 1st, Elinor; Col. Samuels, D . B., 
May 21, 1643, capt. Anc. and Hon. Artill. Co., m. "Elizabeth Roberts, da. wid. Elizabeth 
Roberts of Lond., or m. in Eng., Mrs. Elizabeth Breeden ; Samuel 3 Shrimpton m. Eliza- 
beth Richardson, niece of his mother. 

Sharp ancestry :— Robert*, b. 1615, fr. Lond. 1635, Braintree, Brookline, Roxbury, 
1650, m. Abigail ; Robert 4 , of Brookline ; Sarah 6 Sharp [niece of Peter 6 Boylston, see 
Boylston ancestry, + 10178], m. Increase Sumner 6 . 

Clapp ancestry: 1 , a [see + 1813]; Capt. Roger 3 , b. Salcomb., Eng., Apr. 

6, 1609, to Nantasket with his friends, Revs. Maverick and Warham, Dorchester, June 17, 
1730, dep., capt. of Castle, now Ft. Independence, Boston Harbor, m. Johanna Ford, da.. 
Thomas of D.; Elder Samuel 4 , b. Oct. 11, 1634, m. Hannah Leeds, da. Richard and Joan 
of D.; Elizabeth 6 Clapp m. Edward Sumner 4 . 

Hollister ancestry: — Roger Hollister was of Stinchcombe, Eng., 1577. . . . Lt. 
John 1 , b. Eng., 1612, prob. sailed fr. Bristol, Eng., Weymouth, rep., Wetnersf. 1642, m. 
Joanna Treat, da. Richard and Joan, or Alice, of Wethersfield ; Elizabeth 2 Hollister m. 
Samuel Welles 2 . 

3180. 

James Handasyd'' Perkins (Barbara cooper* mggmson, Susan 6 , 
Aaron 4 , Aaron 3 , Aaron 2 ), d. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 14, 1849, a. 39, m. Dec, 
1834, Sarah Elliott of Guilford, Conn. She d. 1885. Ch.: 

8580 Charles Elliott* Perkins ± m. Forbes, da. of Robert M., 
dwelt, 1882, Burlington, la., 1889, Milton, Mass., Pres. Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy R. R., which was projected by his great 
uncle, Col. Thos. Handasyd Perkins, 1st R. R. in U. S. 

8581 William Charming* Perkins, d. 1884. 

8582 Edward Cranch* Perkins, m. Watson, still res. Boston, 
1895, lawyer. Subscribes for this Genealogy. 

8583 Henry HUP Perkins ; James Handasyd* Perkins. 
Rev. James Handasyd'' Perkins, the well-known clergyman 

and author, see Bibliography, Chap. IV. Was clerk with T. 
H. Perkins, 181 8-21. v After a tour to Eng. and W. Indies, he 
settled in Cincinnati, O., 1832. Here he studied law, which he 
soon abandoned for literature. Became minister at large, 1839, 
a mission of benevolence ; pastor Cincinnati Unitarian Society, 
1841-7. Was first president of Cincinnati Historical Soc, 1844, 
afterward vice-pres. of Ohio Historical Soc. 

3183. 

GeOVffe 1 HtggillSOfl (George* Higginson, Susan 5 , Aaron 4 , Aaron 3 , 

Aaron 2 , Moses'), d. in Boston, Mass., Apr. 27, 1889, a. 84, m. in Bos- 
ton, Oct. 31, 183^, Mary Cabot Lee, b. in Boston, Aug. 16, 1811, 
d. Aug. 26, 1849, a daughter of Henry and Mary (Jackson) Lee. 
Children : 

+8584 George* Higginson, b. Aug. 6, 1833, N. Y. city. 

-j-8585 Henry Lee* Higginson, b. Nov. 18, 1834, N. Y. city. 

-j-8586 James Jackson* Higginson, b. June 19, 1836, N. Y. c. 

— j— 8587 Francis Lee* Higginson, b. Oct. 11, 1841, Boston. 
8588 Mary Lee* Higginson, b. Sept. 5, 1838, B., m. Samuel 
Parkman Blake. 

Mr. George 1 Higginson, residence, Boston, a leading citizen. 
Founder of the well-known house, Lee [Johnson E.] & Higgin- 
son, Boston, brokers, established many years, and have always 
done a large banking business. 

Lee ancestry:— [See + 357]. 1 Lee or Leigh, prob. of Boston, m. Martha Mel- 

lowes 4 , h. Feb. 8, 1653 ; Thomas 2 , b. 1673, merch. N. Bennet st., Boston, on the seal of his 
will a demi-lion ramp. (Copp's Hill burying ground), d. B., July 16, 1766, m. 1700, Debo- 
rah Flint, b. 1672, d. Apr. 3, 1763, da. Ensign Edward of Salem, Mass., 1665 ; Thomas 3 , b. 
Dec. 17, 1702, of S., m. 2d,'S., Dec. 20, 1737, Lois (Pickering) Orne, b. Mar. 12, 1712, of S.; 
Joseph 4 , b. May 22, 1744, of Cabot & Lee of Beverly, Mass., Salem, and Boston, m. Eliza- 
beth Cabot 8 : Henry 6 , b. Feb., 1782, at 2d election, 1833, °* Andrew Jackson, Pres., and 
Martin Van Buren, vice-pres., John Floyd for Pres., and Henry Lee for vice-pres. of the 



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U. S., each received the 11 electoral votes of S. C, correspondent of Tooke and Cobden, 
m. Mary Jackson 7 .— John Leigh of Agawam (Ipswich), Mass., 1634-71, and desc. Compiled 
by William Lee, 1888, p. 51. 

Jackson ancestry; — 47 arms (Combhay, Devon co., ancient family). Or on a chev. 
sa. betw. 3 eagles' heads, erased az. 3 cinquef oils ar. Crest — Horse courant ar. guttee 
de sang. . . . Edward Jackson, William Shakespeare (poet) et aL were chargeable 
Oct. 1, 1598, for rate St. Helen's Parish, Bishopgate Ward, London, in indenture of Sir 
Richard Saltonstall, Lord Mayor of L. . . . Christopher 1 , of White Chapel Parish, 
London, 1604; Edward 3 , b. Eng. ab. 1602, bap. Stepney Feb. 3, 1604-5, came about Feb. 
1643, caused entry on county rec. of certif. of Treas. of Pari, at Westminster that he had 
brot. in for them gold Sept. 7, Oct. 12, 1642, and Feb., 1642-3, of Cambridge, Mass., 1643, 
nailer, bot. of Gov. Bradstreet 500 acres, gave 400 acres in Billerica, Mass., to Harvard 
coll., rep. d. June 17, 1681, m. 1st in Eng., Frances : Jonathan 3 , b. London ab. 1641, joined 
3d chh„ Boston, July 22,1670, his warehouse burned in great fire Aug. 8, 1679, m. Eliza- 
beth ; Jonathan*, b. B. Dec. 28, 1672, left large estate, m. Mary Salter 3 ; Edward 8 , H. C. 
1726, disting. merch. of B., m. Dorothy Quincy 8 ; Hon. Jonathan 6 , b. B.June 4, 1743, H. C. 
1761, Newburyport, Mass., merch., statesman, liberated his slave, Pomp, Jiine 20, 1776, 
member Prov. Congress 1775, 1780-2, m. Hannah Tracy, da. Patrick of N., merchant. 
Mary' Jackson, m. Henry Lee 8 . — N. B- H. G. Reg., 1 ',• 187. 

Quincy ancestry : — [See +1095]. Hon. Edmund*; Dorothy 8 Quincy, m. Edward 
Jackson 8 . 

Salter ancestry : — j arms : (Norfolk.) Ar. a fesse dancettee between 3 mullets of 6 
points. . . . William 1 , b. 1607, of Boston, kept prison, m. Mary ; Jabez 2 , b. Sept., 1647, 
member Ancient and Hon. Artil. Co., m. Elizabeth ; Mary 3 Salter m. Jonathan Jackson*. 

Cabot ancestry : — John 1 , of Salem, Mass., merchant, ancestor of the Salem Cabots, 
m. Anna Orne ; Joseph 3 , b. 1719, of S., m. Mar. 30, 1744, Elizabeth Higginson' ; Elizabeth 3 
Cabot m. Joseph Lee* — see Pickering gen. By Charles Pickering Bowditch, 1888; Cabot 
gen., by Dayton, in preparation. 

Higginson ancestry .- — 'Rev. Johni - f Rev. Francis 2 ; Rev. John 3 ; John* [see +355]; 
John 8 , b. Aug. 20, 1675, o' Salem, merchant, m. 1st, Hannah Gardner, b. Apr. 4, 1676, da. 
Samuel, Jr., and Elizabeth (Maverick) [Grafton] ; John*, b. Jan. 10, 1697-8, H. C. 1717, 
county register, m. 1st, Ruth Boardman of Cambridge ; Elizabeth 7 Higginson. m. Joseph 
Cabot 2 . 

Mellhouse, Mellowes ancestry : — Abraham 1 , from Eng., Charlestown, Mass., 1632, m. 
Martha, a kinswoman of Rev. John Cotton, s. of Rowland (she m. 2d, Deane Winthrop): 
Oliver 2 , Boston, 1634, m. Elizabeth: John 8 , of B., m. Martha; Martha* Mellowes, m. 
Lee 1 . 

3186. 

Samuel Perkins 7 Higginson (Henry* Higginson, susan*, 
Aaron*, 3 , 2 ), m. Tipton, Cedar county, la., Nov. 28, 1841, Freelove 
Wiggins Smith, born New York city, Nov, 13, 1822, da. Moses 
Rogers and Mary (Reed), resided Wilton, Muscatine co., la., 1. 
Tipton, seafaring. Ch. b. Tipton : 

-f-8589 Lucy Maynard* Higginson, b. Sept. 16, 1842. 
8590 Henry Cashing* Higginson, b. Mar. 6, 1844. 
George Francis* Higginson, b. Dec. 7, 1846. 

3189. 

George Maynard 1 Higginson (Henry* Higginson, susan»), 
m. Philadelphia, Pa., June 12, 1845, Anna Elizabeth* Tyng -f-8542 

{Stephen Higginson-' Tyng, Sarah* Higginson, Susan 8 ), she d. Elmhurst (near 

Chicago, 111.), Apr. 7, 1881, a. 58. Ch. b. Chicago : 

-f-8591 Charles Maynard*'* Higginson, b. July n, 1846. 

Annie Griswold*' 9 Higginson, b. Jan. 24, 1849, died'C, 
May 9, 1853. 

8592 Dudley Tyng*'* Higginson, b. July 5, 1850, m. Platts- 
mouth, Cass co., Neb., Mar. 7, 1880, Ida M. Vallery, b. P., Sept. 
19, 1862, da. Jacob. Ed. at Univ. of Chicago, res. Elmhurst, 
Du Page county, 111., 1. Chicago, 1886, mercantile life 1891. Ch.: 
Leo 9 ' 1 ", b. Jan. 15, 1881, C, d. Platts., Apr. 23, 1881 ; Francis Val- 
lery*' 1 " Higginson, b. Dec. 15,, 1882, P.; Anna F.*' 10 Higginson, b. 
Mar. 17, 1885 ; Dudley Z. 6 ' 10 Higginson, b. July 16, 1887 ; Har- 
old*' 10 Higginson, b. May 19, 189 1. ■ 

Julia Newberry*'* Higginson, b. Sept. 29, 1853, d. Chi- 
cago, Aug. 4, 1854. 

8593 Alexander Griswold*'* Higginson, b. May 8, 1855, died 
Jan! 23, 1891, m. Omaha, Nebraska, Oct. 30, 1878, Celma Bal- 
combe, b. Winona, Minn., May 12, 1857, da. St. Andre Durand 
and Anna Elizabeth (Fox). Graduated Univ. of Mich, (literary 
course), June 27, 1875, went West 1877, in newspaper work in 



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Neb. and Col. to Mar., 1883, since at Canton, 111., stenographer 
for manfrs. Editor, see Bibliography, Chap. IV. Ch. (living 
1895): Rowena Balcombe*'™ Higginson, b. July 17, 1880, Omaha; 
Frederick Winston*' 1 * ITigginson, Dec. 19, 1880, Lincoln, Lancaster 
CO., Neb.; Julia Newberry*' 10 Higginson, Jan. 27, 1884, Canton. 

George Maynard 7 Higginson grad. English High School, Bos- 
ton, 1830, dwelt B. to Mar. 4, 1838, N. Y. city to 1843, Chicago 
to 1 87 1, when was burned out in great fire, since at Elmhurst ; 
lumber merch. and real est. manager, Chicago. He has been a 
valued correspondent. 

3192. 

Willian Henry 1 Channing (s»san Cleveland* Higginson, 

Susan 8 , Aaron*, Aaron 3 , Aaron*, Moses*), died in London, England, Dec. 

23, 1884, a. 74, married Dec. 7, 1836, Julia Maria Allen, b. Fish- 
kill, N. Y„ Sept. 5, 1813, of Rondout, N. Y., daughter of William 
and Maria (Verplanck) Allen. Children : 

+8594 Francis Allston* Channing, born March 21, 1841, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. , ' 

Frances Maria Adelaide* Channing, b. Sept. 21, 1837, 
Rondout, d. London, Mar., 1889, m. Sir Edwin Arnold. 

8595 Blanche Mary Susan Ethelind* Channing, born Febru- 
ary 26, i860, at Liverpool, Eng., unm., residence, Brookline, 
Mass., of late years (1899). 

Rev. William Henry" 1 Channing grad. Harvard 1829, Camb. Divinity School 1833, 
eminent clergyman and author, see Bibliography, Chap. IV. Was ord. at Cincinnati, 

O., May 10, 1839 ; has been settled in Meadville, Pa., N. Y. city, Nashua, Boston, Roches- 
ter. Came home from Eng. to do a patriot's duty during civil war. iMnman's Die. 
Congress, 1S6S, $. 438— Chaplain to House of Representatives, Rev. W. H. Channing. He 
was pastor, as successor or Rev. Tames Martineau, of the Hope Street Unitarian church, 
Liverpool, Eng., 1872-76, and finally a clergyman of. London, 1882. He labored muchiin 
' social reforms, and was a zealous and eloquent preacher. His Memoir was published in 
1886-7. — Drake's Bio. -Die. 

Allen ancestry .■ — William 1 , an eminent merchant of Philadelphia, Pa., d. 1725. II 
William 2 , chief-justice of Pa. 1759-74, cooperated with Franklin in establishing the Coll. 

of Phila. Being a loyalist, i~ — "--" '■- ** — — J — *- '~ T ~~ J — rn '-' 

American Crisis, suggesting 




Sept., 1780, m. a da. of Andrew 

— Drake. || John 3 , member of Congress, m. Mary Johnston. 3 || William 4 Allen m. Maria 

Verplanck 3 . 

Johnston ancestry: — Judge David 1 , of Lithgow, Dutchess co., N. Y. II Ch. : Mary 3 
m. tohn Allen 8 ; Cornelia 3 Johnston m. Mr. Verplanck of N. Y. Ch. : Maria* Verplanck 
m. William Allen*.- 



3193. 



RICHARD JEFFRY' CLEVELAND®^/ £*£*. HUbr ) t 
d. Olin, Jones co., la., Sept. 7, 1877, a. 72, m. Walnut Fork (now 
Olin), la., June, 1839, Mary Elizabeth Seely, b. Genesee co., N. Y., 
1814, da. Jeduthan and Sarah (Gibbs) of Prophetstown, 111. 
(she m. 2d, 1879, Rev. Mr. Lowry, res. Olin, 1833), s. p. Richard 
Jeffry 7 Cleveland was bap. in Boston by Rev. Thornton Kirk- 
land, Pres. Harvard Univ. Entered Harvard at age of 16, grad. 
1827, studied civil engineering, 1828-31, with Col. Loammi 
Baldwin at the Dry Dock office, Gosport, Va.; was employed 
professionally on R. R. work, Bangor, Me., and Eastern R. R., 
Mass. Made R. R. surveys in 111., 1837-8. Professor of Civil 
Engineering. From m. I'd on a farm at Walnut Fork. 

3194. 

HENRY RUSSELL 7 CLEVELAND ffi^aJffik miier, 

MaTgaTeV Aaron*, Aaron", Aaron 3 ), <*. St. Louis, Mo., June 12, 1 843, a. 34, 

m. Boston, Mass., Feb. 12, 1838, Sarah Paine Perkins, b. Boston, 
Jan. 31, 1818, d. at their cottage, "Parva Domus Magna Quies," 



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Bethlehem, N. H., June 26, 1893, only da. of James and Eliza 
Greene (Callahan). Ch. : 

8596 Eliza Callahan 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 17, 1839, Bur- 
lington, N. J. Miss Cleveland still resides at Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., 1895. A subscriber to this Genealogy. 

Henry Russell 7 Cleveland entered Harvard Col- 
lege at age of 14, grad. 1827. Teacher and author. /"See "Bib- 
liography, Chap. IV. The following is by his brother, Horace 
W. S. 7 Cleveland : 

On graduating he took charge of the Livingston co. High 
classical school for boys at Geneseo, N. Y., in company with his 
classmates, Cornelius Conway Felton, LL.D., afterwards Greek 
Prof, and Pres. of Harvard, and Rev. Seth Sweetser, afterwards 
of Worcester. His health failing he returned next year to 
Boston, and was sent by his father to travel in Europe. He 
remained abroad for two years, during most of which time he 
was attached "to the Legation of the U. S. in Paris (Mr. Rives 
of Va. being then our Minister there), which gave him superior 
facilities for pursuing the classical studies in which he was 
especially interested. On returning to Boston he published a 
little treatise on the " Classical Education of Boys," which was 
favorably received, and soon after opened^ school, limiting the 
number of his pupils to thirty. It was in every way successful, 
and especially in the evidence it afforded of the truth of his 
theory. Several of his pupils have since been ranked among 
the leading scholars of their day, of whom it is sufficient to 
n&me Chas. E. Norton, late editor of the N. A. Review, and 
Samuel Eliot, late Supt. of the Public Schools of Boston. After 
marriage he gave up his school and resided at Pine Bank, 
Jamaica Plain. 

A Memoir by Geo. S. ffillard, with a collection of his writings, 
was printed, 1844, for private distribution after his death. The 
following obituary notice appeared in the Boston Daily Adver- 
tiser, : 

"Intelligence was received in this city yesterday of the death of Henry R. Cleve- 
land, Esq., at St. Louis, on the 12th inst. He had passed the winter in Cuba m the hope 
of re-establishing his health, and was on his return home by way of New Orleans, appar- 
ently much improved, when he was taken ill at St. Louis, and his disease immediately 
assumed so alarming a character as to leave his friends here but faint expectations of 
ever seeing him again. After lingering about three weeks and occasionally rallying, he 
died calmly and tranquilly, with little more of suffering apparently than must always 
be incident to the severing of the spirit from the flesh. His last moments were cheered 
by the presence of those who were nearest and dearest to him, and during his whole ill- 
ness he was carefully watched over and attended by a long-tried and faithful friend. 
The sympathy of strangers, too, was warmly and kindly extended to him, and all that 
human means could do we believe was done to alleviate the sufferings of his death-bed. 

Mr. Cleveland was not very extensively known in this community. His habits 
were retiring, both from choice, and from the delicacy of his organization, which made 
him shrink from the excitements and agitations of an active and crowded life. But 
wherever he was known he was highly valued, and his intimate friends in losing him 
feel that they are called upon to give up a portion of the daily sunshine of their lives. 
He was remarkable, not so much for any prominent traits of mind and character, as for 
the general balance and harmony of his powers and qualities. He was a scholar and a 
good one ; though from his feeble health, which forbade severe and long-continued ap- 
plication, his attainments wanted that variety and depth which they would have 
acquired had the powers of his frame kept pace with the impulses of his mind. But he had 
the taste, the refinement, and the accomplishments of a scholar. His mind had that fer- 
tility which shows that the stream of cultivation had flowed over it. He was always a 
diligent student, and continually making progress. He was an elegant and graceful 
writer, and our periodical literature is indebted to him for various contributions of 
much excellence, both of style and thought. He published in Sparks' American Biog- 
raphy a well written life of Henry Hudson. He was the editor of an approved and 
popular edition of Sallust, and the author of a little volume on classical studies, full of 
excellent suggestions on this important topic, and written in a flowing, easy, and 
scholar-like style. 

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He was a good Latin scholar, a very good one according to our standard, and was 
as well acquainted with Greek as most or our scholars. He was familiar with the lan- 
guages of modern Europe, and was making daily progress in their literature. Of late 
years much of his time and thoughts had been given to the preparation for a work of 
literary history, to which, had his life been spared, many of the best years of his man- 
hood would probably have been devoted. 

In the common affairs of life his judgment was sound and discriminating, and his 
estimate of men was rarely wrong, though ever kindly and tolerant. But to his friends 
he was chiefly endeared by his moral qualities, the warmth of his affections and the 
beauty and purity of his character. He was always full of sympathy and kindness. 
His face was never turned to his friends but with a cordial and beautiful expression of 
love. He was free from selfishness, jealousy, or assumption. He was ever thoughtful 
of others, and in some shape or other ministering to their happiness. No friendly office 
was ever expected from him in vain. To many his loss will be irreparable, and by his 
death a chasm is left in many hearts which time can never close up. 

But there is something soothing and elevating in the contemplation of a life of such 
unostentatious usefulness, adorned with the daily practice of high virtues, and the uni- 
form discharge of duty, and made lovely by the constant flow of sweet and generous 
affections. To that life the crowning seal of excellence has been set by the hand of 
death. Its close was consistent with its whole course. It was calm and peaceful, light- 
ened by the consolations of religion, and blessed with the assured hope of a Christian 
immortality. In the providence of God he was denied that happiness which is expressed 
in the Oriental benediction, "may you die at home among your kindred" ; and we are 
denied the melancholy satisfaction of contemplating the last resting-place of him whom 
we so much loved and valued. But to this dispensation it is our duty to submit as 
patiently and as gently as he did, and we need no visible memorials to keep, his image 
fresh in our hearts." 

Other obituary notices in Boston and elsewhere bore affect- 
ing testimony to his worth and the wide sense of bereave- 
ment which his death had caused. 

f^ Memoir of Charles Sumner, By Edward L. Pierce, 2 Vols., 1878 
' — contains letters of and frequent allusions to his friend, 
Henry R. Cleveland. Was an intimate friend of Henry 
Wadsworth Longfellow. Allen's Die, 237 j Drake's Die, ipd. 

Mrs. Sarah Paine (Perkins) Cleveland resided at Jamaica 
Plain, and with her daughter spent many summers between 
1882 and 1893 at their cottage, "Parva Domus," Bethlehem, 
• which has exquisite views and was very dear to them. 

Perkins ancestry : — Edmund 1 , Edmund 9 , James 3 [see +iog6] ; James 4 , b. July 16, ab. 
1758, m. Jan. 11, 1786, Sarah Paine 8 ; James 5 Perkins m. Eliza Greene Callahan 3 . 

Callahan ancestry : — Mr. 1 Callahan of Cork, Ireland, d. early, m. Eleanor Clifford, 
an English lady (she m. again) ; Capt.- John 3 from Cork, the stepfather was so cruel to 
little John that he ran away to sea, rose in the merchant service and commanded the . 
Minerva, a well known ship at Boston, was employed by Mr. Gardiner Greene, a merch. 
of Boston, was introduced to his sister and finally married her, m. Lucretia Greene 6 , b. 
July 16, 1748, had a large family of daughters and i son ; Eliza Greene 3 Callahan, m. ist, 
James Perkins 5 . She m. 2d, Boston, Sept. 17, 1830, Rt. Rev. George Washington Doane, 
D.D., LL.D., b. Trenton, N. J., May 27, 1799, Protestant Episcopal Bishop of New Jersey, , 
Oct. 31, 1832, d. Burlington, N. J., Apr. 27, 1859, s. of Jonathan 6 (Ebenezer 5 m. Annie 
Schaeffer T Joseph 4 m. Mary Carter, Daniel 3 of Newtown, Bucks co., Pa., a Quaker, assist. 
of William Penn, m. Mehitable, Daniel 2 m. Hepzibah Cole, John 1 , b. Eng., 1591, to Amer- 
ica betw. 1620 and 1623, of Plymouth, Mass., assist, of Gov. Thomas Prince or Prence, 
} 1630-3, Eastham, m. Abigail) Doane and Mary (Higgins). Ch. : Monsignor George 
I Hobart Doane, Roman Catholic, Vicar-General of N. J., Rt. Rev. William Croswell 
: Doane, S.T.D., LL.D., b. Mar. 2, 1832, P. E. Bishop of Albany, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1869, m. 
\ Sarah Katharine Condit. 

\ Greene ancestry: — 53 arms : Green; S: Greene. Green (Gerlingham). Ar, a 

v . buglehorn betw. 3 griffins' heads erased sa. . . . Name derived from their ancient 
1 possession's in Northamptonshire, Eng., in time of Edward I. . . . Robert 1 , Esq., of 
/ Gillingham, Warwickshire, Eng., 1545, Henry VIII, his 2d s. and h.: Richard 5 , heir to the 
! estate of Bowridge Hill, Gillingham, whose only s. and h. : Richard 3 , of Bowridge Hall, 
i Gillingham, whose 4th s.: John 4 , b. Eng. Feb. 9, 1596, surgeon, of Salisbury, Wilts., Eng., 
' came with his wife and family fr. Southampton in the ship James, Apr. 6, 1635, arr. Bos- 
ton June 3d, 1635, of Salem, Mass., Providence, R. I., 1636, associate with Roger Williams 
in Prov. purchase 1638, to him Williams deeded land bought of Indians 1638, an organizer 
of R. I. colony, associated with Williams at Prov. to 1642, when, with 11 others, bought 
of Indians land which is now Warwick and Coventry, R. I., went to negotiate in London 
1644 for Narragansett, Warwick, d. betw. Dec. 6, 1658, and Jan. 7, 1659, buried at Connim- 
cut farm, R. I , m. ist, in Eng., Nov. 4, 1619, Joanna Tattersall, she d. at Coanicut, 1643; 
Thomas 5 , b. 1631, m. Elizabeth Barton, da. of Rufus and Margaret, who fled from perse- 
cution by the Dutch at Manhattan and settled at Portsmouth, R. I., 1640 ; Nathaniel 8 , b. 
Prov., Apr. 10, 1679, of Boston, m. Ann Goold, Gold, or Gould, da. of Thomas and Fran- 
ces (Robinson), of Boston ; Benjamin 7 , b. Jan. 11, 1712-13, of B., d. 1736, m. Feb. 7, 1736, 
1 Mary Chandler 6 ; Lucretia 8 Greene, m. John Callahan 2 . 

\s- Paine ancestry : — Stephen 1 [see +70] ; Nathaniel 3 , b. Eng., of Rehoboth, Bost. mer- 
chant, rep., m. Elizabeth or Alice ; Nathaniel 3 , b. Oct. 18, 1661, m. Dorothy Rainsford 3 ; 
Judge Nathaniel 4 , m. Sarah Clark 3 ; Timothy 5 , b. Bristol, R. I., July 8, 1730, m. Sarah 
Chandler 5 : Sarah 8 Paine, m. James Perkins 4 . 

Chandler ancestry, double line: — William 1 ; John 2 [see +1710] ; Hon. John 3 , b. Rox- 



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bury, Mass., Apr. 16, 1665, of Woodstock, Conn., 40 years commissioner of peace, 7 years 
of his Majesty's Council, m. 1st, Mary Raymond 3 ; Judge John 4 , b. New London, Conn., 
Oct. 10, 1693, °i" *>. Woodstock, Oct. 18, 1693, of Worcester, Mass., m. Oct. 24, 1716, Hannah 
Gardiner, da. of John of Isle of Wight, now Gardiner's I., N. Y., their daughters were 
the 7 Chandler sisters, so beautiful that they were called the 7 stars of Worcester co., of 
them : Mary 5 m. Benjamin Greene, and Sarah 5 Chandler m. Timothy Paine 5 . 

Raymond, Rayment ancestry : — 10 arms : Raymond (Cornwall). Sa. a chev. betw. 3 
eagles displ. ar.; on a chief or, a rose betw. 2 fleur de lis gu. Crest — Demi dragon issu- 
ing out of an earl's coronet. . . . Capt. Richard', Salem, freem. May 14, 16^4, Norwalk, 
Saybrook (perhaps bro. of William of S. and Portsmouth, and of John of Beverly), m. 
Judith ; Joshua 4 , b. Mar. 3, 1639, of N. London, m. Elizabeth Smith, da. Nehemiah and 
Sarah of N. L.; Mary 3 Raymond, m. John Chandler 3 . 

Clark ancestry : — Jonas 1 , b. 1621, of Cambridge, Mass., before 1642, navigator, m. 2d, 
Elizabeth Clark ; Capt. Timothy 8 , b. 1657, of Boston, an important man ; Sarah 3 Clark, 
m. Nathaniel Paine 4 . 

Rainsford ancestry — / arms .•— Raynford; /.■ Rainefort; /.• Raineford (Cum- 
berland) : Az. an eagle displ. ar. ducally gorged or. . . Elder Edward', came with 
Winthrop, Boston (called bro. of Chief Justice Rainsford), m. 2d, Elizabeth ; Jonathan 8 , 
bap. Oct. 23, 1636, m. Mary Sunderland, da. of John and Dorothy of Boston; Dorothy 3 
Rainsford, m. Nathaniel Paine 3 .— //'. £>. Paine' s Paine Gen., I: 5b; N. E. His. Gen. Reg., 
IV: 75 ; XI: 330; Savage. 

3195. 

HORACE WILLIAM SHALER 7 CLEVELAND ($%£ 

l CUveland* Hiller, Market 5 , Aaron 4 , Aaron 3 , Aaron', Moses>), b. Lancaster, 

Mass., Dec. 16, 1814, m - Bangor, Me., Sept. 4, 1842, Maryann 
Dwinel, b. Leeds, Androscoggin co., Me., May 22, 1815, d. Min- 
neapolis, Minn., Jan. 28, 1893, da. of Aaron and Abigail (True). 
Ch. b. Burlington, N. J.: 

+8597 Henry Russell 8 Cleveland, b. Oct 5, 1846. 

-(-8598 Ralph Dwinel 8 Cleveland, b. July 17, 1851. 

Horace William Shaler 7 Cleveland, the eminent land- 
scape architect, civil engineer, and author of works appertain- 
ing to these professions, etc. See Bibliograry, Chap. IV. Mr. 
Cleveland favors us with the following sketch : " H. W. S 7 . 
Cleveland 'was educated at Lancaster, not being inclined to 
receive a college education. At the age of 16 he fell from the 
belfry of the church in Lancaster, a distance of sixty feet, and 
was taken up for dead, but, by the good pleasure of an overrul- 
ing Providence, received no injury in the vital organs. A 
broken arm and dislocated ankle, and the effects of the shock, 
confined him for a few weeks, after which he never felt any ill 
effects from it. He studied civil engineering, but, after a few 
years, determined to devote himself to agriculture, and settled 
on a farm on the Delaware river, one mile above Burlington, 
N.J.' 

The present writer is the one above alluded to, and the 
above memorandum in regard to my birth and the fearful acci- 
dent which befel me in Sept., 1830, was copied from my moth- 
er's record. I am the sole survivor of my father's family, and 
there is nothing in the history of my life which can possess 
such interest as attaches to that of my father or my brother 
Henry. 

At the "time of my marriage I had just established myself on 
a farm in Burlington, N. J., where I resided till 1854, then re- 
moved to Salem and began the professional practice of land- 
scape gardening (at first in partnership with Robert Morris 
Copeland), which I have continued ever since. Lived three 
years in Salem, then bought a place of five acres in Danvers, 
where I lived for ten years. Then sold my place and was em- 
ployed about two years in Tarrytown and on Prospect Park, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. In March, 1869, I came to Chicago and have 



IO76 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

ever since resided here, and have had charge of many impor- 
tant works, including the west division of the South Park and 
the Drexel boulevard, or Grove Parkway, which were arranged 
and planted from my designs and under my directions. Though 
my professional work has been widely extended, I have been 
employed on public and private grounds in Kansas, Iowa, St. 
Paul, Minneapolis, and Fairbault, Minn. Of my best known 
public works I may mention Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, 
Mass.; Roger Williams Park, Providence, R. I.; grounds, walks, 
and drives about Natural Bridge, Virginia ; grounds of the 
Jekyl Island Club, Brunswick, Ga.; Brookside suburb, Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; Washington Park, Chicago, 111.; Como Park, St. 
Paul, and all the parks of Minneapolis, Minn., and Omaha, Neb." 
His removal to Minneapolis was 'editorially noticed in the 
Northwestern Architect and Improvement Record, April, 1886. Res- 
idence Minneapolis to Oct., 1895, and since in Chicago. 

Dwinel ancestry : — The name was originally Douinelle. They were Huguenots who- 
fled from France after the massacre of St. Bartholomew, and settled in Ipswich, Mass., 
on whose town records the name is spelt 8 different ways. Michael Dunnel, an original 
proprietor of lands in Topsfield, Mass., 1668, d. T. 1713, m. Mary. Ancestor of Aaron 
Dwinel, b. Sutton, Mass., of Leeds and Bangor, Me., m. at Lisbon, Androscoggin co., 
Me., Abigail True.— See Genealogy of Dunnel, Dwinell family, by Henry Gale Bunnell, 
M.D., N. Y., 1862; Genealogy of True Family. 

3196. 

WILLIAM SEWALL 7 CLEVELAND (William', Stephen", Aaron*,. 

Aaron', Aaron"), d. Salem, Mass., Aug. 3, 1 883, a. 73, m. Salem, 
Oct. 30, 1845, Mary Adams Saunders, b. Salem, Oct. 4, 1815, d. 
Salem, Dec. 11, 1891, da. Jonathan Peele and Mary (Adams). 
Ch. b. Salem : 

8599 Lucy Hiller 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 14, 1846. Miss 
Cleveland and her sister res. Salem (1896) in the same house 
into which the family removed in 1850. 

8600 Mary Saunders 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 23, 1849. Miss 
Mary S. Cleveland res. Salem ; private school. 

Alice Hubbard 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 6, 1852, d. S. 
Jan. 11, i860. 

William Sewall 7 Cleveland grad. Harvard college 1828, 
took up his connections and left college voluntarily. A promi- 
nent citizen of Salem. He became connected with the bank- 
ing-house of Charles. S. Nichols & Co. Afterward he was for 
many years Secretary of the old Salem Commercial and Orien- 
tal Insurance Companies, and Treasurer of the Salem Turnpike 
Co. He was a gentleman of quiet and reserved habits, con- 
scientious, careful and accurate, and enjoyed fulby the con- 
fidence of those with whom he had to deal. — Salem Gazette, Aug. 
6, i88j; Boston Evening Transcript, Aug. 4, 1883. 

Essex Ins. Col., XVI : i6j — Mrs. William S. Cleveland, a 
manager of the Salem Female Employment Society. 

Saunders, Sanders ancestry : — n arms : Sanders ; 2 : Sanders or Saunders - t 
2 ■ Saunder ; 14 Saunders : (Buckinghamshire ; Saperton, co. Lincoln and Northamp- 
ton) Per. chev. ar. and sa., 3 elephants' heads erased, counterchanged. . . . Philip 1 
Sanders thought to have been b. in Marblehead, Mass., d. prob. in Salem, his estate was 
administered upon by Mary Sanders, widow John Sanders shopkeeper, and Henry El- 
kins mariner, June 1768, m. Salem, Sept. 9, 1729, Mary Elkins, her gravestone in St. 
Peters chh. Cemetery, still standing, is inscribed: "In memory of Mary Saunders, 
wid" of Philip Saunders, Ob. Jan. 14, 1795"; Daniel 2 b. Salem, Sept. 8, 1744, d. it is thought 
in Middleton, Essex co., Mass., ab. 1835, m. Salem, Mar. 2, 1770, Sarah Peele 4 b. S. July 
r 5i 175*1 d. S. Jan. 16, 1810; Jonathan Peele 3 b. S. July 6, 1785, d. S. Feb. 22, 1844, m. S. Dec. 
26, 1811, Mary Adams' b. Beverly, Mass., Mar. 21, 1791, d. Salem, May 5, 1871. Ch.: Henry 
Tucker, Mary Adams 8 , Oliver Hubbard, and Charles Horatio Saunders. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1077 



Adams ancestry : — William 1 b. prob. Eng., Cambridge, Mass., 1635, or earlier, free- 
man, May 22, 1639, Ipswich, Mass., prob. bef. 1642, on list of inhab. of I. 1642 — Hist, of 
Ipswich, Essex, and Hamilton., by Rev. Joseph Barlow Felt, d. 1661 ; Nathaniel 3 b. Cam- 
bridge, freem. May 27, 1674, d. Ipswich 1715, m. June 30, 1668, Mercy Dickinson, da. of 
Thomas of Rowley, Mass.; Thomas 8 b. June 14, 1672, of Ipswich, husbandman, d. 1720, 
will prov. Nov. 23, 1729, m. Bethia ; Thomas 4 , Ipswich, yeoman, d. early in 1765, will 
written 1650 refers to land in New Ipswich, prov. Mar. 25, 1765, m. Apr. 17, 1722, Deborah 
Knowlton of Ipswich ; Thomas 6 b. Ipswich, Feb. 15, 1723, of I., yeoman, was a soldier in 
the French war of 1756, d. I. Feb. 20, 1790, will prov. Apr. 6, 1790, mentions Ch.: Thomas, 
Moses, Hannah, and Lydia, m. Ipswich, June 14, 1744, Elizabeth Brown b. May 4, 1723, d. 
Mar. 14, 1803, on her death her s. Thomas sold the family estate (which had always de- 
scended in the oldest son) in Ipswich — the part then called the Hamlet now Hamilton — 
and left town ; Moses 9 b. Ipswich, Sept. n, 1759, of Beverly, cabinet maker, d. B. Oct. 7, 
1796, or 8 will prov. Nov. 9, 1796, ment. w. Sarah and da. Mary m. Ipswich — so tho't — 
Aug. 12, 1784, Sarah Hubbard 6 b. I. Sept. 8, 1765, d. Beverly, Feb. 6, 1806. (She m. 2d, Mr. 
"Wallace). Ch.: Oliver, Salley, Oliver, Polly, Moses ; Mary 7 Adams, m. Jonathan Peele 
Saunders 3 . 

Hubbard ancestry : — William* b. Eng. 1595, evidently of Tendring Hundred, Essex 
co., Eng. (for he willed to his eldest s. John his est. free or copy-hold, with houses, &c, 
there), from London in the Defence emb. July 17, 1635, of Ipswich, husbandman, freem. 
May 2, 1638, rep. 1638, &c, rem. to Boston 1662, d. 1670, will June 8,. 1670, prov. Aug. 19, 
1670, m. Judith, b. Eng. 1610, who came with him ; Richard 2 b. Eng. 1631 of Ipswich, grad. 
Harvard 1653, rep. 1660, d. May 3, 1681, m. Sarah Bradstreet 4 ; John 8 m. Mary ; Ch.: John, 
Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah ; John 4 m. Apr. 16, 1747, Sarah Woodbury, who was doubtless 
descended from one of the early planters, John or William Woodbury. Ch.: John, Oli- 
ver, Dudley, Mary, Lydia, Sarah, Catharine, Martha ; Sarah 6 Hubbard, m. Moses 
Adams 8 . 

Bradstreet ancestry : — Gov. Simon 3 m. 1st, Anne Dudley [see -f- 1100] ; Sarah 4 Brad- 
street m. Richard Hubbard 2 . 

Peele ancestry .• — 2 arms : Peel; /: Peele or Pill ; 1 : Peele (Cheshire) Ar. a 
bend betw. 2 mullets sa. . . . George 1 b. 1644 of Salem ; George 3 b. Jan. 2, 1673, of S., 
d. July 11, 1735, m. July 28, 1695, Abigail Augur. Ch. : 5 s., George the eldest, Jonathan 
the 3d, ch., &c, and 3 da. ; Jonathan 3 b. Dec. 16, 1702, of S., d. Jan. n, 1782, m.- July 28, 1727, 
Sarah Willard. Ch.: Jonathan and 3 da.; Jonathan 8 b. Fast-day night, July 17, 1731, of 
S., d. Oct. 6, 1809, m. Aug. 30, 1750, Margaret Mason 3 b. Dec. 24, 1728, d. Dec. 20, 1814. Ch.: 
Sarah 4 m. Daniel Saunders 3 , Margaret b. Aug. 10, 1753, Jonathan b. Sept. 4, 1758, lost at 
sea Sept., 1775, Abigail Mason b. Nov. 1, 1767, Salem, d. S. Sept. 17, 1834, m. June 27, 1790, 
John Dabney, Willard Peele b. Nov. 30, 1773. 

Mason ancestry : — Thomas 1 of Salem, d. 1717, m. Abigail Curtis, b. S. Aug. 15, 1664, 
da. William and Alice (Ramdall) ; Thomas 3 of S. d. 1747, m. Preserved Lambert 3 , b. 1692, 
d. 1782. Ch.: Margaret' Mason m. Jonathan Peele 8 ", Thomas, Jonathan, and Abigail 
Mason. 

Lambert ancestry : — 21 arms : (Yorkshire) Gu. a. chev. betw. 3 lambs' pass. ar. . . 
. John 1 d. 1676, m. Preserved Gascogne ; Samuel* b. 1664, m. Margaret Browne, b. 1671 ; 
Preserved 3 Lambert m. Thomas Mason 2 . 

3197, 

JAMES ARTHUR 7 CLEVELAND (William 3 , Stephen 6 , Aaron 4 , 

Aaron 3 , Aaron 3 ), d. Tarrytown, N. Y., May 8, 1868, a. 56, m. Spring- 
field, Clarke co., O., May 1, 1838, Almira Anderson, b. Stanstead 
Plains, District of Montreal, Can., Jan. 1, 1817, d. Bridgeport, 
Conn., Feb. 5, 1895, da. Jesse and Lois (Davis). Resided at 
Tarrytown. Ch. : 

+8601 William Hiller 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 3, 1840, Athens, 
Athens co., O. Anna Jeffry 8 , b. Dec. 23, 1845, d. N. Y. city, 
Sept. 14, 1847. Arthur Jeffry 6 , b. July 28, 1848, d. N. Y. city, 
Aug. 4, 1849. 

+ 8602 Susan Prescott 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 26, 185 1, N. 
Y. c Clarence Atkinson 8 , b. Sept. 17, 1855, Tarrytown, d. T. 
Apr. 6, 1856. 

3198. 

ELIZABETH HODGES 7 CLEVELAND (George*, Stephen 6 , 
Aaron*, Aaron 3 , Aaron 2 ), d. Salem, Mass., Mar. 27, 1851, a. 41, HI. S. 

May 22, 1845, as ist w., Gardner Leonard Chandler, b. Boston, 
Mass., Apr. 9, 1806, d. Salem, May 27, 1883,3. Gardner Leonard 
and Lucretia Callahan (Greene). Ch. b. Salem : Lucretia Greene*, 
b. Aug. 8, 1847, d. S. Aug. 27, 1848. 8603 Gertrude Cleveland* 
Chandler, b. June 1, 1850. Miss Chandler res. Salem 1883. 

Gardner Leonard Chandler resided in Salem, a well-known 



1078 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



artist He m. 2d, S. Dec. 6, 1855, Mrs. Ellen Sophia (Ward) 
Allen, b. Nov. 14, 18 14, wid. William Henry, da. George and 
Alicia (Burrill). She res. Salem 1883, s. p. 

Ward ancestry:— Henry 1 , lord of the manor of Kirby Beden, Eng.; Joshua 3 ; Miles* 
fr. Erith Kent, Eng-., Salem 1639, m. Margaret; Joshua 4 b. Apr. 25, 1641, m. Hannah Flint, 
da. William ; Miles 6 m. Sarah Massey, da. of John, son of Jeffrey of S.; Miles 6 b. Apr. 18, 
1704; Samuel' ; George* Ward m. Alicia Burrill. 

Chandler ancestry : — William 1 , John 3 , John 3 , John* [see -\- 3194] ; Gardner 8 ; Gard- 
ner Leonard 6 Chandler m. Lucretia Callahan Greene. 

3199. 

GEORGE WILLIAM 7 CLEVELAND (George 6 , Stephen*, Aaron*, 

Aaron"), d. Pontotoc, Pontotoc co., Miss., Sept. 20, 1848, a. 37, m. 
Salem, Mass., July 12, 1838, Harriet Allen, b. S. Nov. 24, 1802, 
d. Pontotoc, April 22, 1863, da. Edward and Harriet or Anna 
(Fisk), s. p. George William' Cleveland, grad. Harvard coll. 
1832, was a sea commander for several years, removed to Pon- 
totoc 1838, where he was a merchant afterward. N. E. Reg., V : 
ijp — Graduates of Harvard, originating from Salem. His 
widow continued to reside in Pontotoc. 

Allen ancestry; — See Mary Hodges 7 Cleveland + 3200. 

3200. 

MARY HODGES 7 CLEVELAND (George*, Stephen 6 , Aaron*, 

Aaron», Aaron"), d. Salem, Mass., Nov. 14, 1873, a. 56, m. S., Oct. 13, 
1842, as 2d w., John Fisk Allen, b. S., July 14, 1807, d. S., Oct. 
18, 1876, a s. Edward and Anna (Fisk). Ch. b. Salem : Lucy*, b. 
July 1 8, 1843, d. S., Sept. 2, 1845 ; George Cleveland*, b. Sept. 30, 
1845, d. Apr. 20, 1846. 

8604 Marion Cleveland* Allen, b. Oct. 16, 1848. Miss Allen 
resided at Florence, Italy, 1881, Salem, 1883! 

8605 Elizabeth Cleveland* Allen, b. Dec. 18, 1850. Miss 
Elizabeth C. Allen resided at Florence 1881, Salem, 1883-96, 
and writes, wishing to secure a copy of the Cleveland genealogy: 
" I shall be delighted to gain information concerning a family 
which commands my deepest reverence and respect." 

John Fisk Allen, a prominent citizen of Salem, devoted 
himself chiefly to the cultivation of the grape and other fruits. 
He erected, 1843, his extensive graperies and houses for the 
culture of peaches, apricots, etc. He enabled numbers to .ob- 
serve the blooming of many choice plants. He published a 
work on the Culture of the Grape, 8°, 1843, '7> '8 ; Observations 
on the Victoria Regia, the great - water lily of the Amazon, folio, 
illust. by W. Sharpe, from specimens grown in Salem ; and con- 
tributed several articles to Hovey's Magazine of Horticulture. 
He was an orig. "member of the Essex Institute, for several 
years a curator of Horticulture, a Vice-Pres., 1864-7. He m. 
1st, Dec. 16, 1833, Lucy Pickering Dodge, b. S., Mar. 17, 18 10, d. 
n. Richmond, Va., Aug. 6, 1840, da. Pickering and Rebecca 
(Jenks). Ch.: Pickering Dodge Allen, b. May 20, 1838, S.'died 
Brashear City, La., June 2, 1863. from wounds received in bat- 
tle; traveled around the world, 1859-61; mustered into U. S. 
service, Dec. 17, 1861, was 2d Lt. of cavalry on staff of Gen. 
Weitzel. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



IO79 



Allen ancestry .•— Edward 1 , b. 1735, from Berwick-on-Tweed, came to America, 1757, 
Salem, merchant, d. July 27, 1803 ; Edward* Allen, b. 1763, merch., d. St Michael, Azores, 
Dec. s, 1845, m. Anna Fisk — Essex Ins. Col., XIV : ^3. 

3201. 

DORCAS HILLER 7 CLEVELAND (George', Stephen*, Aaron*, 

Aaron', Aaron"), m. Salem, Mass., Sept. 15, 1841, Richard West, b. 
S., Jan. 23, 1818, d. Florence, Italy, Oct. 29, 1879, s. Nathaniel 
and Julia Parks (Houston). He is buried at Florence. Mrs. 
West res. Florence, 188 1-3. Ch. b. Salem : 

8606 William Cleveland* West, b. Mar. 13, 1844, num., res. 
Council Bluffs, la. 

8607' Julia Parks* West, b. Jan. 5, 1846. Miss West res. 
Florence. Son*, b. Mar. 5, d. 8, 1847. 

8608 Nathaniel* West, b. Mar. 31, 1857, unm., res. Edger- 
ton, El Paso co., Col. 

3202. 

CATHARINE ABIA 7 CLEVELAND (George*, Aaron», Aaron*, 

Aaron", Aaron"), d. Morrisania, - N. Y., Jan. 21, 1869, m. Wey bridge, 
Vt, Aug. 19, 1 810, her father's cousin, Simeon Hyde, b. Norwich, 
Conn., May 26, 1784, d. Williamsburg, N. Y., May 27, 1853, a s. 
James and Martha (Nevins). Ch. : 

+8609 George Cleveland* Hyde (Rev.), b. Aug., 1812, New 
York city. 

8610 Simeon Porter* Hyde, b. 1814, Norwich, d. Chatham, 
N. J., July 30, 1846, unm. 

861 1 Thomas Spencer* Hyde, b. 1815, N. Y. city, d. London, 
Eng., m. Anna Ready of L., she died L., da. J. T. Ready. Of 
London, 1862, merchant. Ch.: 3. 

+8612 Charles Keith* Hyde. 

William Augustus*, d. N. Y. city, Sept. 22, 181 9, y.; 
William Augustus* (ag.), d. N. Y. city, July 13, 1820, y. 

8613 Katharine Cleveland* Hyde, b. 182 1, N. Y. city, m. Rt. 
Rev. Arthur Cleveland'' Coxe +3258. 

8614 Edward Henry* Hyde, d. Jamaica, L. I., May 13, 1840, 
unm.; Samuel Caldwell* ,' &.. Aug. 15, 1824, y.; Henry Martyn*, d. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., July 9, 1826, y. 

8615 Marietta Keith Cleveland* Hyde, m. Rev. N. H. Cham- 
berlain, res. Boston, 1862, Cape Cod, Monument Beach, Mass., 
1892. 

8616 Henry Martyn* Hyde (ag.), d. Brooklyn, Mar., 1864, 
m. Agnes Moran, da. R. Moran of N. Y. city. Ch.: William 
Cleveland* ', Katherine Cleveland 9 , and Margaret 9 Hyde. 

8617 William Cleveland* Hyde, b. N. Y. city, m. Elizabeth 
Louise Mitchell, eldest da. William Minott and Sarah Elizabeth 
(Silliman) of N. Y. city. Ch.: Henry Cleveland*, d. 1875, William 
Minott Mitchell 9 , Edward Rutherford 9 , d. 1885, Edith 9 , and New- 
land May nard 9 Hyde, d. 1889. 

8618 Mary Lathrop* Hyde. Miss Hyde res. Brooklyn, N. 
Y., 1892. 

+8619 Frederick Swartz* Hyde, b. July 15, 1836, City of New 
York. 



I0 80 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

8620 Melancton Whelpley* Hyde (Rev.), m. Elizabeth Stou- 
thenburgh, da. of H. Stouthenburgh of N. Y. Episcopal clergy- 
man ; resided in Conn., Crosswicks, Burlington co., N. J., 1880-1; 
rector Christ chh., Buffalo, N. Y., 188 1-3, All Saints, Buffalo, 
1884-6. Ch.: 4. 2d, Rev. M. Cleveland Hyde, rector Calvary 
chh., Stonington, Conn., 1874. 

Simeon Hyde resided in N. Y. city and Brooklyn ; a prom- 
inent merchant of N. Y. city. 

Hyde ancestry .■— Williami, Samuel 2 , John 3 , James 4 [see +357]; Capt. James Hyde 
m. Martha Nevins. 

3203. 

MARIETTA 7 CLEVELAND (Geo.«, Aaron', Aaron*, AaroW, Aaron*), 

d. Charleston, S. C, Apr. 5, 1830, a. 33, m. Middlebury, Vt., Dec. 
3, i8i7,.as 1st w., Rev. Reuel Keith, b. Pittsford, Vt., June 26, 
1792, died Sheldon, Vt., Sept. 3, 1842, a son Reuel and Abigail 
(Allen). Ch.: 

8621 George Cleveland* Keith, b. Mar. 1, 18 19, M., died M., 
Oct., 1823. 

8622 Susan Mead* Keith, b. M., d. Alexandria, Va. 

8623 Reuel* Keith (Prof.), b. 1825, Georgetown, D. C, grad. 
Middlebury, 1845, res. Easton, Talbot co., Md., 1882, for some 
years with U. S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D. C. Prof. 
Mathematics, U. S. Navy. Of Washington, 1895. 

8624 Cleveland* Keith (Rev.), was lost in the "Golden 

Gate," sailed from San Francisco, Cal., 1867, m. Turney., 

Grad. Middlebury, 1845, missionary to Shanghai, China, i860, 
where he translated the Scriptures into Chinese. Started to re- 
turn here with his manuscript when on the fatal voyage. See 
Bibliography, Chap. IV. 

Rev. Reuel Keith, D.D., grad. Middlebury Coll., 1814, studied 
with Rt. Rev. John Prentiss Kewly Henshaw ; Andover Theo- 
logical Seminary ; ord. dea. by Bishop Alexander Viets Gris- 
wold, 1817; ord. priest by Bishop Richard Channing Moore; 
assist, rector St. John's, Georgetown, D. C, 1819, rector Christ 
chh., Alexandria, D. C, to 1820 ; Prof, of Humanity and History 
in College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va., 1820 ; Prof, 
of Biblical Literature and Systematic Divinity, Pulpit Elo- 
quence, and Pastoral Theology in the Episcopal Theological 
Seminary, Alexandria, to 1840. He published a Translation of 
Hengstenberg's Christology, 1836. Dr. Keith stood very high 
as a preacher. His attainments in Theology were extensive 
and especially exact. His opinions were uttered with confi- 
dence ; he had a clear, melodious voice, and was eminent in 
the pulpit. His great earnestness, the strong and prompt re- 
sponse of his heart to the conclusions of his head upon every 
subject, especially that of religion, together with his ready 
memory, his fine imagination, and his high intellectual disci- 
pline, all combined to make his public teachings of the most 
effective kind. A clerical brother formed the opinion that he 
was the most acceptable preacher that attended the Episcopal 
Conventions of Va. Reuel Keith, D.D., in Sprague's Annals, V : 
625. He m. 2d, Elizabeth SewaW Higginson +3165. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. I0 8l 

Keith ancestry :— 15 arms : (Craigf and Garvock, Scotland). Ar. on a chief embat- 
tled gu. 3 palets or, a bordure crenellee of the second. Ancient Crest — A stag standing 
at gaze, or, in a watching posture, under a bush of holly, allppr. Ancient Motto — For- 
titer qui sedulo. . . . Rev. James 1 , b. Scotland ab. 1643, bred at univ. of Aberdeen, 
came ab. 1662, ord. 1664, first min. of Bridge-water, Mass., d. B., July 23, 1719, m. 1st, Su- 
sanna Edson, prob. da. of dea. Samuel ; John 3 , m. Hannah Washburn, da. Samuel : Maj. 
Zephaniah', m. Mary Hooper, da. Nathaniel ; Reuel* Keith, b. Easton, Bristol co., Mass., 
Jan. 13, 1756, served in Rev. War, 1775-7, m. Abigail Allen, b. Feb. 6, 1766, da. Capt. Oliver, 

b. Nantucket, Mass., ab. 1730, prob. desc. of Hope Allen, who came from Eng. to Boston 
1651. — MunseWs Ancestry, IX : 114. 

3204. 

GEORGE 7 CLEVELAND (George°, Aaron«, Aaron*, Aaron', Aaron 3 , 

Mosesi), d. Mobile, Ala., Mar. 30, 1868, a. 71, m. 1st, Newburgh, 
N. Y., Aug. 13, 1825, Elizabeth Sanford, b. Wilton, Conn., Mar. 
28, 1804, d. Pontotoc, Miss., or N. Y. city, Oct. 15, 1838, da. Col. 
Nathan and Elizabeth (Mead). He m. 2d, Mobile, June 7, 1841, 
Mary Teasdale, b. London, Eng., July 22, 1816, d. Summerville, 
n. Mobile, Oct. 4, 1846, da. John and Mary (Dodgson). Ch. by 
1st m.: George Sanford 6 , b. Nov. 18, 1826, Charleston, S. C, d. 
N. Y. c, July 2, 1828 ; Edward Henry 8 , b. Sept. 4, 1828, N. Y. 

c, d. Hoboken, N. J., Aug. 7, 1829; Henry 8 , b. Mar. 13, 1830, 
Charleston, d. C., Mar. 27, 1832 ; George Henry Martin 8 , born 
Jan. 2, 7, N. Y. c, d. Jan. 16, 1833 ; Elizabeth 8 , b. Apr. 4, N. Y. 

c, d. N. Y. c, July 9, 1834. 

4-8625 James Brown 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 7, 1835, N. Y. c. 
8626 Elizabeth Sanford 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 9, 1838, N. 
Y. c, d. Mobile, Ala., Apr. 23, 25, 1866, m. New Orleans, La., 
June 19, i860, Charles A. Devall of N. O. He res. 1882, Pitts- 
burgh, Camp co., Texas. Ch. : Louis Cleveland 9 Devall, res. Pitts- 
burgh. By 2d m.: 

4-8627 Mary Teasdale 8 , Cleveland, b. Sept. 19, 1842, 
Mobile. 8628 Catey Caldwell 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 4, 1844, M., 

d. M. Jan. 8, 1866, untn. 

+8629 George Bowen 9 Cleveland, b. July 29, 1846, Mobile. 

George' Cleveland resided in Cleveland, Ohio, 1832, of 
firm Cleveland Brothers [Aaron P. and William], merchants, 
who displayed their sign, spelled Clevel and, while the city, until 
then, was rendered Cleaveland. Cleveland Bros, erected a 
row of stores. The firm had influence with the Bank of Cleave- 
land and effected the change of its name on the bank bills to 
Cleveland, and also the name of the newspaper. The name of 
the city was changed to Cleveland without the a. " The 
result," Nehemiah Cleaveland adds, " has-been the gradual and 
almost total dropping of the first a." George 7 became a cotton 
factor in Mobile, and in 1855 the above firm, Cleveland Bros., 
were cotton dealers in New Orleans, La. Resided at Orange, 
N. J., 1856, manufacturer in N. Y. with his bro. William; re- 
turned to Mobile. 

Sanford ancestry : — Anthony 1 of Gloucester, Eng., m. Jane; Thomas 2 , Dorchester, 
Mass., 1634, Milford, Conn., 1639, m. Sarah ; Ezekiel 3 , Fairfield, Conn., m. Rebecca. . . 
Col. Nathan^, D , Poquonock, Hartford co., Conn., Sept. 25, 1764, Revolution soldier, 
greatly respected, d. Mechanicsburg, Champaign co., O., Feb. ig, 1838, m. Wilton Jan. 10, 
1790, Elizabeth Mead, b. W. Aug. 7, 1766. Ch. b. W. : Thaddeus 7 , b. Oct. 10, 1790, d. Mo- 
bile May, 1867, James 7 , b. May 6, 1792, d. Decatur, De Kalb co., Ga., Nov. 17, 1865, Henry 
P. 7 , b. Apr. 20, 1795, d., Elizabeth 7 Sanford m. George Cleveland 7 . 

Teasdale ancestry: — 2 arms : Ar. a thistle ppr. betw. 3-pheons az. Crest — Arm in 
armour embowed, holding by the blade a sword, point downwards. . . . John 1 , b. in 
Eng., d., m., London, Eng., Mary Dodgson, b. in Eng. ; Mary a Teasdale m. GEORGE 
Cleveland 7 . 



1082 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3206. 

SAMUEL CALDWELL 7 CLEVELAND (George', Aaron*, 
Aaron*, Aaron", Aaron", Moses'), d. Orange, N. J., Oct. 25, 185 1, a. 50, m. 

Philadelphia, Pa., June 9, 1828, Sarah Mongin Karrick, b. Phil- 
adelphia, Feb. 24, 1804, daughter of Joseph and Rebecca (Ord) 
Karrick. Children : 

Caldwell 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 24, 1829, Middlebury, 
Vt, d. N. Y. city July, 1830. 

8630 Henry Vail" Cleveland, b. Nov. 9, 1831, N. Y. c.7 
d. Orange Oct. 23, 1850, unm. 

8631 Henrietta Ord 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 8, 1834, N. Y. 

c, d. Middlebury Sept. 17, 1851, unm. 

8632 Sarah Karrick 8 Cleveland, b. July 2, 1836, Phila- 
delphia, d. Rahway, N. J., Sept. 25, 1873, unm. 

+8633 DeLancey 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 11, 1838, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

-1-8634 Hobart 8 Cleveland, b. March 22, 1842, Orange, N. J. 

Mr. Samuel Caldwell' Cleveland, residence.: New Orleans, 
La., Philadelphia, New York city to 1841, and at Orange after- 
ward ; merchant. Mrs. Cleveland, widow of Samuel Caldwell 
Cleveland, resided at Rahway to 1881, Short Hills, Essex co., 
N. J., 1882. 

3208. 

CHARLES' CLEVELAND (George", Aaron', Aaron*. Aaron", Aaron 8 ), 

d. East New York, Kings co., N. Y., Dec. 18, 19, 1865, m. 1st 
Shelburne, Vt, Aug. 10, 1840, Martha Maack of S., she d. S. 
May 22, 1849, da. Dr. J. Maack. He m. 2d Williamsburgh, N. Y., 
Nov. 4, 1852, Charlotte Farnham Haskins, b. Waterford, Me., 
July 15, 1823, da. Robert and Rebecca (Emerson). (She m. 2d 
William 7 Cleveland +3210.) s. p. 

Rev. Charles' Cleveland grad. Middlebury Coll. 1824, a - 
priest of ,P. E. church. 

Settled, after 1852, in Bowronville, n. Brooklyn, N. Y. ; 1855, 
Bloomfield, Hartford co., Conn., 1857, Ashford, Mass. Was rec- 
tor at East New York. He performed faithfully every duty of 
his sacred office, and was much beloved. 

Haskins ancestry : — 2 arms : (Oxted, Surrey co.). Per chev. gu. and az. a ehev. 
engr. orbetw. 3 lions ramp, ar." Crest — Lion's head erased ppr. . . Robert 1 from Eng. 
{with a brother -who went to Va.), Boston, Mass., bef. 1728, d. 1730, m., B., 1728, Sarah 
Cook 3 ; Capt. John 2 b. Bost. Mar. 12, 1729, his house and large est. Rainsford s Lane, now 
Harrison Ave., Bost., cooper, partner with stepfather, Thomas Hake, attended King's 
Episcopal Chapel, on committee, 1785, amending Prayer Book, d. Oct. 27, 1814, m. Hannah 
Upham". Ch. : Robert 8 Haskins m. Rebecca Emerson 6 . — Memorial Biographies N. B. 
H. Gen. Soc, I : 465. 

Emerson ancestry: 4 arms: (granted Raffe Emerson of Poxton, Durham, co., esq., 
by Sir Thomas Wall K. G., 26 Henry VIII). Per fesse indented, or and vert, on a bend 
engr. az. 3 lions pass. ar. Crest — Lion ramp, vert bezantee, grasping battle ax. . . . 
Thomas 1 from Eng. Ipswich, Mass., 1639, m. Elizabeth per. father of: Rev. Joseph 8 , b. 
Eng., Ips. 1658, freem. 1653, preached at York 1653-6, Wells 1664, ord. 1667, the 1st min. 
Mendon, Mass., Concord, Mass., m. 2d Elizabeth Bulkley 4 : Edward 3 , m. Rebecca Waldo, 
da. Cornelius and Hannah (Cogswell, da. John) ; Rev. Joseph 4 , b. Chelmsford, Mass., 
Apr. 20, 1700, H. C, 1717, Newberry, ord. Oct. 31, 1721, Maiden, m. Mary Moody 4 ; Rev. 
William 8 , H. C. 1761, chaplain in Revolution ; Rebecca 9 Emerson m. Robert Haskins 8 . 

Moody ancestry : —3 arms: MOODIE ; 3: MOODY ; 2/ MoODYE : MOODIE or MUDIE 
(Mulsetter Orkney Isles). Az. chev. erm. betw. 3 arrow-heads ar. in chief hunting horn. 
Crest — On naval coronet a lion pass, holding flag. Motto — God with us. . . William 1 
from Wales or Ipswich, Eng., 1634, freem., May 6, 1635, Ips., Mass., Newb., Salisbury, 
Mass., 1650, m. Sarah; Caleb 8 ," b. 1637, m. 2d, Judith Bradbury 3 ; Rev. Samuel 3 , b. Newb. 
Jan. 4, 1676 — Biography, Sprague' s A?inals, I: 243, m. 1st Hannah Sewall 6 ; Mary 4 Moody 
m. Joseph Emerson 4 . x , 

Sewall ancestry : — Henry 1 , Henry 8 , Henry 3 [see +"9] ; John 4 , b. Baddelsy, Eng., 
Oct. 10, 1654, m. Hannah Fessenden of Cambridge, Mass., sister of Nicholas ; Hannah 5 
Sewall m. Samuel Moody 3 . 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. I0 83 

Bradbury ancestry : —2 arms : (Essex; Suffolk). Sa. a chev. erm. betw. 3 round 
buckles ar. Crest — Boar's head betw. 2 ostrich feathers. . . . Wymond 1 , b. 1574, of 
Wicken Bonant, Essex co., Eng., d. 1650, vo. Elizabeth Whitgift, bap. 1574, d. 1612, niece 
of John Whitgifte, Archbishop of Canterbury; Thomas 5 , bap. 161 1, an orig. prop. 
Salisb., freem. May 13, 1640, rep. m. Mary Perkins, da, John and Judith of Ipswich ; Ju- 
diths Bradbury m. Caleb Perkins". 

Bulkeley ancestry .-.— 4 arms: Bulkley; 6: Bulkeley : (Bulkeley, Chester co., 
desc. fr. Robert Lord B'ulclogh, temp. King John). Ar. a chev. betw. 3 bull's heads ca- 
bossed sa, — N. E. Reg., XL V, 187 — Positive Pedigrees, Bulkley, Rev. Peter of Concord. 
Evidence: Life of Rev. Peter Bulkley, by Rev. Cotton Mather . . . Rev. Edward 1 , D.D., 
rector of Odell, Hundr. of Willey, Bedfordshire, Eng. ; Rev. Peter", b. Jan. 31, 1583, St. 
John's coll., Camb., A.M. 1608, min. of Odell 20 years, came in 1635 Camb., Mass., install. 
1st min. Concord Apr. 6, 1637, m. 1st Jane Allen, da. Thomas of Goldington ; Rev. Ed- 
ward 8 , b. Eng., bap. Odell June 17, 1614, ord., 1643, min - Marshfield, Mass. ; Elizabeth 4 
Bulkley m. Joseph Emerson 1 . 

Upham ancestry : — John 1 , Phineas 2 [see +1312]; Dea. Phineas", b. May 22, 1659, m. 
Mary Mellins ; Phineas 4 m. Thomasine Hill 3 ; Phineas*, b. 1707, m. Hannah Waite 6 ; 
Hannah 8 Upham m. John Haskins 2 . 

Waight, Watte ancestry : —4 arms: Wayte; 2: Wait; /.- Waite -. (Hants.) Ar. 
chev. betw. 3 buglehorns sa. Crest — Buglehorn. . . . Samuel 1 , Wethersfield, Essex 
co., Eng., m. Mary Ward, da. of Ward of Rivenhall, Essex co., Eng., and sister of Rev. 
John of Haverhill, Suffolk co., Eng., father of Rev. Nathaniel of Ipswich, Mass., 
see Chandler's Ward pedigree in Bodleian library ; Cant. John", b. 1618, adm. Charles- 
town, Mass., chh. 15(11), 1646-7, speaker, 1684, of Mass. House of Deputies, Maiden, sup- 
ported Rev. Marmaduke Matthews, m. ist, Mary Hills 2 ; Joseph 3 m. 1st, Hannah Oakes, 
da. Thomas and . Elizabeth of Camb.j Joseph* vo. Lydia Sargeant 3 ; Hannah 6 Waite m. 
Phineas UphamS.-iV. E. Reg.. XXIII.-33; XXXII : iqt. 

Sargeant, Sergeant ancestry : — / arms: Sargant; 2/ Sargeaunt ; /.- Sargent; 
4 : Sergeant : (Staffordsh. ; Gloucestersh. ; Bucks). Ar. chev. betw. 3 dolphins. Crest 

— Dolphin betw. 2 wings. . . Hugh Sargent of Courteenhall, Northamptonsh., Eng., 
1530, ancestor of : Rev. William 1 from Eng., Charleston, Maiden, 1638, Barnstable, m. 
Sarah ; John", bap. 8 (io), 1639, m. 3d, Lydia Chipman 3 ; Lydia 3 Sargentm. Joseph Waite 4 . 

— See Sargent Genealogy, by John Smith Sargent and Aaron Sargent, 1895. 

Chipman ancestry :—i arms : Chipnam; 2: Chipman: (Bristol.) Ar. bend betw. 
6 estoiles gu. Crest — Leopard sejant, murally crowned. . . Thomas 1 had good est. 
in Dorset co., n. Dorchester, Eng.; Elder John 2 , b. 1615, fr. Eng., 1631, Plymouth, Yar- 
mouth, 1650, Barnstable, m. Hope Howland 2 ; Lydia 3 Chipman m. John Sargent 2 . 

Howland ancestry : — John 1 [see +1154] j Hope 2 Howland m. John Chipman 2 . 

Hills ancestry:— Hon. Joseph 1 , b. 1603, fr. Maiden, Essex, Eng. (bro. to John of Barn- 
ham, Eng.), Chariest., 1638, speaker of house, woolen draper, with large transactions at 
London, of Maiden, Newt., m. ist, Rose Dunster 2 : Mary 2 Hills m. John Waite 2 . 

Dunster ancestry : — 2 arms : Gu 3 stags' heads cabossed ar. Crest — Out of top of 
tower, issuing from wreath, arm holding tilting spear. . . Henry 1 Balehoult, Bury, 
Lancaster co., Eng. Ch. : Henry 2 , first Pres. Harvard coll., Rose 2 Dunster m. Joseph 
Hills 1 . 

' Hill ancestry : — Abraham 1 b. 1504, Chariest, 1636, m. Sarah Long, da. Robert of C. ; 
Isaac 2 , b. Oct. 29, 1641, m. ad, Sarah Bicknall, da. William and Martha (Metcalf) ; Thom- 
asine 8 Hill m. Phineas Upham 4 . 

Cooke ancestry : — Philip 1 , Cambridge, freem., 1647, m. MaryLamson, da. Barnabas of 
C. ; Philip 2 , bap. May 5, 1661, of C. ; Sarah 3 Cook m. Robert Haskins 1 . 

3209. 

LUCY 7 CLEVELAND (George*, Aaron*, Aaron 4 , Aaron 3 , Aaron 2 ), d. 

Rutland, Vt., Aug. io, i860, a. 54, m. Middlebury, Vt, Sept. 28, 
1828, Rev. John Augustus Hicks, b. New York city, Feb. 22, 
1802, d. Burlington, Vt., Nov. 4, 1869, s. Oliver Hewlet and 
Julia (Bush). Ch. : 

-(-8635 William Cleveland* Hicks, b. July 21, 1829, N. Y. c 

-j-8636 Julia Bush* Hicks, b. Jan. 29,-1831, Easton, North- 
ampton co., Pa. 

+ 8637 Mariette Keith* Hicks, b. July 4, 1832, Rutland. 

8638 James Milnor* Hicks, b. June 25, 1834, R., unm. ; 
grad. Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., 1854, residence, Sum- 
mit, N. J., 1895, expert. 

+8639 George Cleveland* Hicks, b. Apr. 20, 1836, Rutland. 

-j-8640 Mary Hubbard* Hicks, b. Nov. 20, 1839, Rutland. 

-(-8641 John Augustus* Hicks, b. Jan. 13, 1842, Rutland. 

-j-8642 Catey Caldwell* Hicks, b. Oct. 17, 1844, Rutland. 
8643 Oliver Hewlet* Hicks, b. June 11, 1849, R~> m - Chicago, 
111., Jan. 22, 1 88 1, Gertrude Augusta Dunn, da. Dr. Martin and 
Lucmda (Fairbanks), res., Chicago, 1895 ; inventor, s. p. 

Rev. John Augustus Hicks, D.D., whose useful life is por- 
trayed in Hemenwafs Vt., Ill : 1054. — 



IO84 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

The Rev. John Augustus Hicks, D.D., By Thomas H. 
Canfield. In the removal from our midst of one so widely 
known and universally esteemed a more extended notice is due 
to his high character, his rare virtues, and his official position 
as a clergyman of the Episcopal church. He grad. Columbia 
coll., N. Y., 1823; Gen. Theol. Seminary, N. Y., 1826; ord. 
deacon by Rt. Rev. John Henry Hobart in Grace chh., Jamaica, 
N. Y., Aug. 22, 1826, and became assist, to Rev. Evan M. John- 
son in Jamaica and Brooklyn ; rector Trinity, Easton, Apr. i^ 
1827. At Pa. diocesan convention, May, 1827, his vote for 
"bishop gave the'election to Rev. Dr. Henry Ustick Onderdonk, 
high church candidate, there being but 1 clerical majority over 
Rev. John Henry Hopkins, afterward first Bp. of Vt. Ord. 
priest by Rt. Rev. William White in Christ chh., Philadelphia, 
Pa., May 28, 1828. His ministry in Easton was highly blessed. 
Rector of St. John's, Troy, N. Y.; Apr., 1831, to Jan., 1832, when 
he was invited to Rutland, where he founded Trinity church, 
Porter Howe and Gov. Charles Kilbourne Williams his leading 
supporters. At Vt. diocesan convention, May 31, 1832, which 
he attended, 1 clerical majority again decided the election of 
"bishop — Rev. J. H. Hopkins, there the high church candidate. 
He was rector at Rutland 28 years. The parish, under his lov- 
ing care, became one of the largest in Vt. He was elected, 
1856, a trustee of the newly organized Vt. Episcopal Institute. 
His voice lost its power, 1860, and lie resigned to accept the 
Willoughby Professorship in the Institute. Resigned in 1865, 
and resided in Burlington, devoting himself to missionary work 
in Ga., Milton, Fairfax, &c, until his last illness. He was a 
member of the Standing Committee of the diocese from 1833 
till close of his life, most of the time its pres. In the Gen. Con- 
vention of the Church in the U. S. he represented Vt. diocese 
1833 to 1 86 1. For many years was a member from Vt. diocese 
of Board of Trustees of Gen. Theol. Sem., whose meetings he 
attended with regularity. On nomination of Convention of the 
diocese he, Rev. Joel Clap, Hons. George T. Hodges, and 
Charles Linsley were appointed by the venerable " Society for 
the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts," June 15, 1847, 
Land Agents, for management of its lands in Vt. ; was ap- 
pointed, July 15, 1857, sec. and treas. of that board. His D.D. 
was received both from Vt. University and Middlebury coll., 
1847, also ad eundem from Trinity coll., 1849. As a preacher his 
style was clear, logical, terse, and always clothed in classical 
English. The fidelity of his pastoral ministrations in private 
was of more importance ; his quiet sympathies were unfailing. 
His reading was extensive and his scholarship accurate and 
thorough ; and he was ever ready to place his intellectual stores 
at the service of others. He was a business man also, abound- 
ing in practical common sense, and his services on committee 
and in management of church funds were important. His long 
residence in Rutland endeared him to the community there, 
and widely also throughout the state. He preached last on 
Sunday, Oct. 17, 1869, in Milton, was taken ill on his return 
home on Monday. 

Rev. J. A. Hicks made some very valuable inventions, and 
was very highly esteemed in the courts in patent cases. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



IO85 



Hicks ancestry : — Robert 5 [see +53], m. 1st [according to Bunker's L. I. Gen., was 
this a 2d marriage ?J Elizabeth Morgan, da. John ; John« prob. came to America 1630, of 
Newport, R. I., 1639, an original incorporator of Flushing, L. I., Oct. 10, 1645, member of 
the celebrated Hempstead, L. I., convention, Feb. 28, 1665, d. 1672, m. 1st Hored or Hero- 
dias Long . of London, Eng. ; Thomas 7 , b. 1640, of Flushing, m. Mary Doughty, da. 
Thomas of F., or, according to Bunker's L. I. Genealogies, he " m. istMrs. Mary (Butler) 
Washburne, wid. of John Washburne, da. Richard of Stratford"; Jacobs, b. Hempstead 
1669, of Rockaway, L, I., m. Hannah Carpenter, da. (Nathaniel ?) ; John 9 m. 1st Martha 
Smith, b. Hempstead, da. Gershom Smith ; Stephen 10 , bap. Sept. 9, 1750, of Hempstead, 
an Episcopal (bro. to William, a Quaker, and Rev. Elias, b. Hemps. Mar. 19, 1748, a dis- 
senting Quaker preacher, created a schism in the Friends, and founded the "Hicksite 
euakers, author of works on his doctrine, etc.), m. Mary Hewlett, b. 1758 ; Oliver Hew- 
tt 11 Hicks of New York city, well known in commercial circles, Pres. of the pioneer 
North American Insurance co. of N. Y., author of "Insurance Adjuster" 1825, many 
editions, m. Julia Bush, b. Greenwich, Fairfield co., Conn., July 4, 1782, d. Mar. 21, 1874, 
da, Samuel. 

3210. 

WILLIAM 7 CLEVELAND (George', Aaron*, Aaron*, Aarons, Aaron"), 

d. Orange, N. J., Sept. 5, 1887, a. 80, m. 1st, Burlington, Vt., May 16, 
1832, Martha Barrett Brooks, b. Pittsford, Vt., Feb. 16, 1809, d. 
Orange July 28, 1873, da. Joshua and Melinda (Keith). He m. 
2d, Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y., Jan. 16, 1878, Mrs. Charlotte Farnam 
(Haskins) Cleveland, wid. of Rev. Charles 7 Cleveland +3208. 
Ch. by 1 st m. : 

8644 Martha Brooks 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 10, 1833, 
Burlingt, d. Mobile, Ala., Oct. 8, 1864, m. Pass Christian, Harri- 
son co., Miss., Reuel Keith. 

8645 Catey Caldwell 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 16, 1835, 
Cleveland, O., d. Orange, July 8, 1886, unm. 

Mariette Keith 8 , b. Mar. 20, 1837, Cleveland, d. 
C. Feb. 7, 1838. 

8646 Mary Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 8, 1839, 
Cleveland, O. 

8647 Sarah 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 28, 1842, Newbury, O. 

8648 William Joshua 8 Cleveland (Rev.), b. Apr. 20, 
1845, Columbus, Lowndes co., Miss., m. Lower Brook Agency, 
Dakota, May 18, 1873, Hannah Elizabeth Stiteler of Philadel- 
phia, Pa., Episcopal Missionary at Rosebud Agency, Meyer co., 
Dak., 1 88 1-6, principal of St. Paul's School, Rosebud and Yank- 
ton, Yankton co., Dak., 1882-7, missionary among the Sioux 
1887; Madison, Lake co., South Dak., 1891; 2d m. s. p. 

William 7 Cleveland, a prominent citizen of Orange, N. J., 
in whose honor was named Cleveland Street and South 
Cleveland Street, Orange. Orange Chronicle, Sept. jo, 1887, — 
Obituary — William Cleveland : 

William Cleveland, one of the oldest., and most respected residents of this 
city, died at his home, on Cleveland street, at 9 o'clock on Monday evening. He re- 
ceived a common school education in Middlebury, and when but a youth came to New 
York city as a clerk in a mercantile house. In 1826 he went to Charleston, S. C, where 
his brother George was engaged in the business of cotton brokerage. The brothers sub- 
sequently conducted successfully the same business in New Orleans, Columbus, Miss., 
and. other Southern cities. He resided in Cleveland, -O., 1835-0, of the firm Cleveland 
Brothers [Aaron P. and George], merchants. In 1853 William Cleveland came to Orange 
and began the manufacture of shoes. He has since manufactured several articles of his 
own invention. For the past 18 years has made metal faucets. 

Mr. Cleveland was an organizer of the Orange Savings Bank in 1854, an <i was its sec- 
ond President, succeeding Daniel Babbett in 1861 ; a member of the Board of Education 
from its organization, in May, 1868, until 1875, and had also been a member of the Board 
of Assessments. He became a member of the St. Mark's Church when he first came to 
Orange, and has from the first been an officer of the church, first as vestryman and then 
as warden, excepting for a short time, when he left the old church, with others, to organ- 
ize Grace Church. He always took active interest in local affairs, and in all movements 
for the improvement of the city. His funeral was held at St. Mark's Church at 4 o'clock 
on Thursday afternoon, and was very largely attended. The Rev. E. H. Cleveland 
+10,592, of Harlem, and the Rev. George F. Flichtner, who is now supplying the pulpit 
of the church, conducted the services. 

Haskins and Emerson ancestries : — See +3ao3. 



I0 86 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3211. 

AARON PORTER 7 CLEVELAND (George", Aaron*, Aaron*, 

Aaron», Aaron') , d. Merritt's Island, Fla., Oct. 25, 1885, a. 76, m. 1st 
New Orleans, La., May 1, 1850, Phebe Hunter Bennett, b. N. O. 
May 11, 1824, d. N. O. Feb. 16, 1870, a da. Samuel Britton and 
Deborah Starr (Hunter). He m. 2d N. O. Apr. 13, 1871, Catha- 
rine Bennett, b. N. O. Mar. 18, 1822, sister to 1st w. Ch. by 1st m. : 
-(-8649 Aaron 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 27, 185 1, N. O. 

8650 Samuel Bennett 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 17, 1853, N. O., 
unto., of New Orleans to Oct., 1885, Rockledge, Brevard co., 
Fla., from Oct., 1885, New Orleans, 1886, 1888. 

8651 Phebe 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 12, 1854, New Orleans. 

8652 George 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 3, 1856, New Orleans. 

8653 Deborah Bennett 8 Cleveland, b. June 8, 1858, N. O. 

8654 William 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 14, i860, New Orleans. 

8655 Catharine Bennett 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 27, 1863, 
Penfield, Greene co., Ga. 

8656 Charles 8 Cleveland, b. June 23, 1866, N. Orleans. 
2d m. : s. p. 

Aaron Porter 7 Cleveland resided in Cleveland, O., 1832-4; 
was in partnership with his brothers, George and William, 
Cleveland Brothers, merchants ; rem. to New Orleans and were 
cotton factors. He was there prominent in business circles and 
was President of the Insurance Co. For many years he served 
as vestryman of Trinity Church, N. O. Afterwards he was a 
fruit grower on Merrit's Island, Indian River, Fla. 

Bennett ancestry:— 21 arms: Bennet; /'.■ Bennette ; 8: Bennett (Pyt House, 
Wilts co., ancient family, pedigree of 13 descents recorded in College of Arms). Per 

Sale ar. and or, eagle displ. gu. Crest — On a whelk shell or, a Cornish clough. Motto — 
[ihi consulit Deus. . . . Gov. Caleb Drew 1 , b. Chester cb., Pa., last surviving officer, 
Maj. of Del. reg. in Re vol. army, in many battles, at Yorktown in com. of the left battery 
when Cornwallissttrren., at Brandy wine, Germantown, Monmouth, Gov. of Del. 1833 tod. 
Wilmington, New Castle co., Del., May 9, 1836, his eldest s. : Samuel Britton 5 Bennett, b. 
Ridley, Pa., Sept. 8, 1793, d. July 24, 1866, m. June 7, 1821, Deborah Starr Hunter, b. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Aug., 1799, d. in Ark. Aug. 6, 1866, da. Dr. George and Phebe (Brian) of Phila. 

321 2. 

FRANCIS 7 CLEVELAND (Wm.«, Aaron", Aaron*, Aaron", Aaron", 

Mosesi), d. Portsmouth, O., 1877, a. 81, m. 1st, Zanesville, O., Feb., 
1820, Harriet Stuart, b. n. Winchester, Va., 1798, d. Zanesville, 
Oct., 1822. He m. 2d, Portsm., Nov. 6, 1834, Margaret Waller 
of P., she d. P., Oct. 24, 1848, da. Thomas and Elizabeth. Ch. 
by 1st m., b. Zanesville : 

8657 Francis William 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 28, 1820, d. 
in La., 1852, m. 1st, Columbus, O., first wife d. in Mo. soon after 
m. He m. 2d in Mo., lived in Columbus, Mo., and, after 2d m., 
in La., printer. 1st m.: s. p. Ch. by 2d m.: Daughter , m. 

8658 Harriet Amanda 8 Cleveland, b. July 19, 1822, d. 
Norwich, Conn., 1835. 2dm.: s. p. 

Hon. Francis 7 Cleveland resided at Zanesville to 1834, 
Plymouth afterward. He was one of the 5 Clevelands (the oth- 
ers being Gov. Chauncey Fitch 8 Cleveland + 1717, Hon. Elijah" 
Cleveland +2315, Hon. Francis Landon 7 Cleveland +3256, Hon. 
Robert 4 Cleveland +160 13) who have served in the Electoral 
College. He was elected a Presidential elector, 17th Presiden- 
tial election 1853, for 17th Ohio congressional district, voting 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 1087 

for Pierce and King. For President, Franklin Pierce received 
254 votes, Winfield Scott 42 votes ; for Vice-President, William 
Rufus King received 254 votes, William Alexander Graham 42 
votes. Hon. Francis 7 Cleveland again was elected an elector, 
18th Presidential election 1857, for 10th Ohio district, voting for 
Fremont and Dayton. At this election, for President, James 
Buchanan received 173 votes, John Charles Fremont 114 votes, 
Millard Fillmore 8 votes; for Vice-President, John Cabell 
Breckenridge received 173 votes, William Lewis Dayton 114 
votes, Andrew Jackson Donelson 8 votes — Lanmatis Die. Cong., 
486-Qi. 

Hon. Francis 7 Cleveland was prominent in the politics of 
Ohio, and was nominated for Congress by the Whig party, 1852, 
and by the Republicans in 1856, but not elected. By profession 
a civil engineer ; as such, was for many years before i860 en- 
gaged in the statistical employ of Ohio state. 

3214. 

MARGARET 7 CLEVELAND (William', Aaron", Aaron*, Aaron', 

Aaron*), d. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1880, a. 79, m. Norwich, Conn., 
Feb. 1, 1825, her cousin, Lewis Falley Allen, b. Westfield, Mass., 
Jan. 1, 1800, d. Buffalo, May 2, 1890, a s. Samuel and Ruth (Fal- 
ley). Ch.-: Samuel Cleveland* Allen, b. May 27, 1826, Norwich, d. 
Buffalo, Sept. 10, 1827 ; Lavinia Elizabeth* Allen, b. July 15, 1829, 
B., d. B., June 2, 1831. 

8659 Richard Cleveland* Allen, b. June 22, 1831, B., d. B., 
Dec. 15, 1855, unm. 

8660 William Cleveland* Allen, b. Mar. 18, 1834, 1836, B., 
m. B., Mar. 3, 1874, May Maria Barclay, b. Banff, Scotland, Dec. 
8, 1844, da. William and Margaret (McDonald). Grad. Union 
coll., Schenectady, N. Y., 1857, and was for several years a. civil 
engineer ; was later with his uncles, Anthony Benezet Allen 
and Richard Lamb Allen, in their seed warehouse in N. Y. city 
to April, 1 86 1, and since in Buffalo (1897). Ch.: Margaret Cleve- 
land 91 Allen, b. July 4, 1875, B.; Lewis Falley 9 Allen, Mar. 25, 1877, 
B.; May Constance 9 Allen, Nov. 4, 1878, River Lee, Grand Island, 
Erie CO., N. Y.; Ruth Marjorie 9 Allen, Dec. 22, 1880, R. L.; Rich- 
ard Cleveland 9 Allen, Nov. 27, 1882, R. L.; William Barclay 9 Allen, 
b. June 24, R. L., d. R. L., Aug. 17, 1884. Lewis Frederick 9 Allen, 
b. Mar., 1837, B., d. same day. 

8661 Margaret Gertrude* Allen, b. Jan. 7, 1840, Buffalo, m. 
B., July 28, 1875, Dr. Daniel Alexander Bailey, b. Yarmouth, 
Eng., Nov. 11, 1848, d. Nov., 1888, s. James and Kerenhappuck 
(Gofnn). Residence Buffalo, grad. Medical University, Buffalo, 
1873, M.D., physician and pharmaceutist. Mrs. Bailey still res. 
Buffalo, 1897. Ch. b. B.: Lavinia Allen 9 Bailey, b. Apr. 30, d. B., 
Aug. 9, 1876; Lewis Allen 9 Bailey, b. June 16, 1877 ; Margaret 
Cleveland 9 Bailey, Oct. 27, 1878; Samuel Cleveland 9 Bailey, b. July 
15, 1881, d. B., July 23, 1882. 

Mrs. Margaret 7 (Cleveland) Allen was a most exemplary 
Christian, and many were her charities to the deserving poor ; 
an active member of various benevolent associations. Hon. 
Lewis Falley Allen resided at Norwich to 1827-30, and since at 



I0 88 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Black Rock, Buffalo. A prominent and useful citizen ; was a 
member of the New York Legislature, and president of the 
New York State Agricultural Society. 

Allen ancestry: — Walter 1 , b. i6or, from Eng., of Newbury, Mass., 1640, Watertown, 
Mass., 1652, land owner, Charlestown, Mass , about 1673, planter, haberdasher, d. C. July 
8, 1681, m. 2d, Rebecca; John 2 , b. prob. in Eng. ab. 1631, minute-man in King William's 
War 1688, pressed into service 1689, d. Sudbury, Mass., Dec. 1, 1711, m. 1st, Sarah ; Sam- 
uel 3 , b. Newbury, Apr. 8, 1658, m. 1st, Jane Ross, a da. James and Mary of Sudbury ; 
Ephraim' 4 [In Genealogy of Allen and Witter Families, bv Asa W. Allen, 184, Ephraim 4 
is stated to have been a son of Ephraim from Eng., of Roxbury, Mass., 1650, but Walter 
Allen of Newbury, Mass., ibjo, and Some of his Descendants, by Allen H. Bent of Boston, 
Mass., i8qb, gives this lineagel, b. prob. at Sudbury ab. 1691, d. West ithen North) boro, 
Mass., Feb. 15, 1776, a. 85, m. Susanna Beacon (Bacon), b. Roxburyi Oct. 2, 1693, da. John 
and Abiel (Curtiss^ : Ephraim 6 , b. Westboro, Oct. 24, 1731, of Petersham, Mass., volun- 
teer in Revol., marched from Petersham to Bennington, vt, in Captain Wing Spooner's 
Co., Col. Nathan Sparhawk's reg., to reinforce General John Stark, service Aug. 21 to 30, 
1777. Of Rutland, Mass., mill owner and church chorister, m. July 12, 1757, Mrs. Huldah 
(Maynard 8 ) Chestnut, b. July 21, 1733, wid. of William Chestnut of Shrewsbury, Mass.; 
Elder Samuel 8 Allen, b. R., Jan. 9, 1777, early trader with Ohio Indians, of Westfield to 
1818, Pittsburg 1818 to 1820, N. Y. city afterward, d. Morristown, N. J., 1855, m. Ruth Pal- 
ley 3 , b. Westfield, Dec. 7, 1775, d. N. Y. c. Oct. 13, 1826. 

Falley ancestry .• — Richard* ; Richard 2 [see +1107] ; Ruth 3 Palley, m. Samuel Allen*. 

Maynard ancestry : — John 1 ; John 2 ; Simon 3 [see +578] ; Elisha 4 , m. Huldah Bannis- 
ter; Huldah" Maynard, m. Ephraim Allen 5 . 

3216. 

RICHARD FALLEY' CLEVELAND (William', Aaron*, Aaron«, 
Aaron 3 , Aaron 2 , Moses 1 ), d. Holland Patent, N. Y., Oct. I, 1853, a. 49, 

m. Baltimore, Md., Sept. 10, 1829, Ann Neal, b. Baltimore, Feb. 
4, 1806, died Holland Patent, July 19, 1882, a da. Abner and 
Barbara (Reel) Neal. Ch.: 

+8662 Anna 8 Cleveland, b. July 9, 1830, "Windham, Conn. 

-j-8663 William Neal 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 7, 1832, W. 

+8664 Mary Allen 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 16, 1833, Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

+8665 Richard Cecil 8 Cleveland, b. July 31, 1835, Cald- 
well, N. J. 

-[-8666 Stephen Grover, afterward Grover 8 Cleveland, 
b. Mar. 18, 1837, Caldwell, N. J. 

--j-8667 Margaret Louise Falley 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 28, 
1 838,. Caldwell. 

-f-8668 Lewis Frederick 8 Cleveland, b. May 2, 1841, C. 

-j-8669 Susan Sophia 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 2, 1843, Fayette- 
ville, N. Y. 

-f-8670 Rose Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. June 13, 1846, F. 

Rev. Richard Falley 7 Cleveland spent his boyhood in 
Norwich. Entered Yale college 1820 — a slender, pale-faced, but 
bright-eyed youth — graduated 1824, with 67 others in his class. 
The following year he taught in Baltimore. Here he first 
met his future wife Miss Ann Neal. He studied theology 
with Rev. William Nevin, D.D., at Baltimore, afterward was 
some months, in 1827-8, at. Princeton, N. J., Theological Sem- 
inary. In 3 years he completed a course of preparation for the 
ministry. In 1827, he preached 4 months as a supply at Pom- 
fret, Conn. He was ordained, 1828, minister of the First Con- 
gregational Church at Windham, remained to 1833 ; preached 
at Portsmouth, Va., 1S33 to 1835 ; was pastor of the First Pres- 
byterian Church of Caldwell, N. J., 1835 to 1841; pastor of the 
First Presbyterian Church of Fayetteville, N. Y., 1841 to 1847 ; 
was chosen, 1847, District Secretary and Agent of the Presby- 



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terian Board of Home Missions in N. Y. state, residing at Clin- 
ton, Oneida co., N. Y., preaching in churches of the vicinity ; 
ill health forced him to give up this office, 1853. He was in- 
stalled, Sept., 1853, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Hol- 
land Patent, where, within a month, he was suddenly stricken 
down and called to his reward. JV. Y. Times, July 18, 1884 — 

THE CLEVELAND HOMESTEAD. 
SKETCH OF THE REV. R. F. CLEVELAND — A LARGE FAMILY, CAREFULLY REARED. 

Utica, N. Y'., July 17 — A local paper says, that on the first corner, as one passes 
through the village of Holland Patent on the road from this city to Trenton Falls, stands 
an old brown house. The structure shows at a glance that it was built years ago, when 
carpenters put beams in wooden houses, and when balloon frames were unknown. The 
upright part is 2 stories, and its proportions offer commodious accommodation for a 
large family. A generous wing affords a sitting-room and other apartments. It was to 
this house that Rev. R. F. Cleveland brought his family. He came to occupy the pulpit 
of the Presbyterian church. A man of more than ordinary ability, possessed of a fine 
voice, a bright mind, and a clear head, he found favor with his parishioners. He was a 
Presbyterian in all that the term implies, and believed the teachings of that church ; of 
broad culture and liberal ideas. His people admired his personal and social qualities 
and his talents as displayed at the desk. His home life was a model of consistency and 
uprightness, and he brought up his children in the way they should go. Well educated 
himself, he secured for them the same advantages. By precept and example he sought 
to make of them such men and women as in after life would be a credit to the name he 
had given them. One has to talk but a moment to any of the older residents of Holland 
Patent to learn the esteem in which they hold his memory. Unfortunately for the 
church, which prospered under his guidance, and for the members who reverenced and 
loved him, in 6 months from the commencement of his labors in that village the Pastor 
ended his work on earth, and a village of mourners followed his mortal remains to the 
cemetery. 

Mrs. Ann (Neal) Cleveland was left with 9 children to prepare for the duties of life. 
She was in all respects a superior woman. In appearance, dignified and with a kindly 
face. Her children bestowed upon her the tokens of their affection. Home to them was 
always the most attractive place on earth. She resided at Holland Patent to decease. 

. Rev. R. F. 7 and wife are buried in Holland Patent Cemetery. 

Neal record: — Abner Neal, b. Ireland, of Baltimore, law-book publisher, d. B. ab. 
1826, m. Barbara Reel, a German Quakeress of Germantown, Pa., she d. Baltimore ab. 
1832. Ch. b. B.: i, William Neal, lawyer, d. a. 21, unm. ii, Joseph Neal, d. unm. iii, Ab- 
ner Neal, m., ch.: 2 da. iv, Mary Neal, d. in youth, v, Ann Neal, m. Rev. RICHARD 
FALLEY Cleveland*, vi, Sarah Neal, m. Rev. John Gere, Methodist E. chh. South, of 
Baltimore. Ch.: 1, Da., d. in inf.; 2, Sarah Jane Gere, m. Mr. Thomas of B., merch.; 
3, Harriet Ann Gere, m. Samuel C. Jayne of Berwick, Pa., cashier 1st Nat'l Bank or 
Berw., ch.: Gere Jayne, grad. Princeton, N. J., June, 1897; 4> Sarah Gere, m. Carvel 
Carson of Savannah, Ga., ch.: 3 : 5, Augusta Gere, m. Rev. Leicester Shipley ; 6, Laura 
Gere, m. Rev. Duncan Yocum of N. J.; 7, Alverda Gere, m. George Thompson of Pitts- 
ton, Pa., banker, vii, Harriet Neal, m. Dr. Blakey. 

3217. 

SUSAN SOPHIA' CLEVELAND (William*, Aaron*, Aaron*, Aaron', 

Aaron 2 ), b. Norwich, Conn., May 7, 1809, d. N., May 30, 1838, m. 
N., Dec. 7, 1834, as 1st w., George Dennison .Fuller, b. "Hanover 
or Lisbon, Conn., Sept. 8, 1804, d. Norwich, Apr. 17, 1883, a s. 
Ebenezer and Juan Ternandey (Elderkin). Ch. b. Norwich : 

-f-8671 Harriet Stuarf Fuller, b. Sept. 13, 1835. 

8672 William Cleveland* Fuller, b. May 25, 1838, m. Wil- 
liamsport, Washington co., Md., Feb. 11, 1865, Mary Jane 
Nowell, b. W., Apr. 24, 1836, da. John and Rebecca ; resided in 
Norwich and Williamsport, machinist, 1886, McKeesport. Ch/: 
George William Stanley*, b. Jan. 6, 1866, d. M., July 30, 1874. 

George Dennison Fuller, a merchant of Norwich 40 years. 
He m. 2d, N., Hannah Maria Havens, she d. N., Dec. 25, 1853, 
da. Daniel and Desire (Howe). Ch. b. N. : Anna Havens 
Fuller, b. Dec. 31, 1841, d. N., June, 1842; George Havens 
Fuller, b. Sept. 8, 1843; Edward Dennison Fuller, Nov. 13, 
1845; Anna Maria Fuller, Mar. 12, 1847; Walter Fuller, Nov. 
13, 1850 ; Daniel Fuller, b. Nov. 13, 1853, d. N., July, 1854. 

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3218. 



JOHN TREADWELL 7 CLEVELAND (Charles', Aaron', Aaron*, 

Aaron*, Aaron*), d. Cypress Mills, Blanco co., Texas, Jan. 14; 1875, 
a. 76, m. Howard co., Mo., Oct. 30, 1823, Louisiana Hughes, b. 
Jessamine co., Ky., Dec. 11, 1806, a da. William and Martha 
(Swan). Ch. b. Hazel Ridge, Howard co., Mo. : 

-I-8673 Charles Dexter 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 8, 1824. 

-j-8674 Juliet Maria 8 Cleveland s b. Sept. 13, 1826. 
8675 William Hughes 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 20, 1829, was 
shot by an. assassin at Austin, Texas, Apr. 25, 1854, unm., went 
to California spring of 1850. 

+ 8676 Martha Mehitable 8 Cleveland, b. June 12, 1831. 

+8677 Mary Louisiana 8 Cleveland, b. July 19, 1833. 

+8678 Olivia Treadwell 8 Cleveland, ) * M s 

+8679 Ophelia Dexter 8 Cleveland, f D< May 24 ' I637 " 
8680 John Swan 8 Cleveland, b. May 31, 1839, killed in 
Phillips co., near Helena, Ark., Mar. 9, 1863, member Co. B, 
21st Texas Cavalry, C. S. A. ; treacherously shot by Federals 
after surrendering. An obituary by Rev. J. McCullough and 
editorial notice of him appeared in the Austin Statesman. 

-(-8681 George Putnam 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 27, 1841. 

Capt. John- Treadwell 7 Cleveland was fitted for Harvard 
coll. at Phillips academy, Andover, Mass., but preferred active 
life. Wishing to travel, he went in 181 8 before-the-mast on a 
voyage round the world, via Europe, East Indies, &c. Left 
Boston, 1820, for the mouth of Ohio river, where he built in 
1820, the first house at Cairo, but in June a rise of the river 
destroyed all prospects of success as a merchant, and he went to 
Franklin, Howard co., Mo., opened a school, and in 1822, com- 
menced the publication of the Missouri Intelligencer. 

Missouri Statesman, Feb. ij, J 885 — From an article by Col. 
W. F. Switzler, Chief of Bureau of Statistics, Washington, D. C. — 

Capt. John Treadwell Cleveland was a gentleman of education and of great 
enterprise, and owned and cultivated one of the finest farms in the county, four miles from 
Glasgow, Howard co., Mo., and now owned by Mr. Steinmetz. It is on the line of the 
Chicago and Alton railroad and is called " Steinmetz," where there is a post-office and 
hotel. On April 23, 1819, Nathaniel Patten and Benjamin Holladay — the latter father of 
Mrs. E. W. McClannerhan of this vicinity — commenced the publication of the Missouri 
Intelligencer in Old Franklin on the Missouri river, and opposite Boonville, the first 
paper established in the state west of St. Charles. August 5, 1822 (Mr. Holladay retiring), 
Capt. Cleveland became associated with Mr. Patten in the publication of the paper, and 
retired Apr. 17, 1824, leaving Mr. Patten in sole control. The seat of government of 
Howard county being established at Fayette, Howard co., the paper was moved to that 
place in 1826, and to Columbia, Boone co., 1830, ajid was the predecessor of the Statesman. 
We have full bound files of the Intelligencer from 1819 to 1835. 

Somewhere in the '30's Capt. Cleveland built the first flat-bottom steamboat — the 
" Dart" — which plied between St. Louis and Old Franklin. She was built at Pittsburg 
for about $20,000 and paid for herself the second trip, carrying freight at $1.50 per hun- 
dred! The Dart drew eighteen inches of water when light, and was able to dart over 
shallow sandbars like a catfish. The boat was owned by Capt. Cleveland and E. and A. 
Tracy, well known in St. Louis. 

When Capt. Cleveland taught school the editor of this paper was one of his pupils. 

In 1838 John T. Cleveland and Federal Walker (father of our State Auditor, John 
Walker) were Whig candidates for the legislature in Howard county, and although the 
writer of this was not then a voter he wished them elected and well recollects many of 
the incidents of the canvass. At that period the Democrats charged the Whigs with being 
Federalists, Old Hartford Convention Anti-War Federalists ; and we distinctly recall 
the fact that the Democratic newspaper in Fayette and the Democratic orators made 
" the welkin ring " with the opprobrious epithets. Great stress was laid on Mr. Walker's 
name, Federal Walker, and on Capt. Cleveland's also, the charge being that John Tread- 
well, after whom he was called, was a distinguished Federalist of Connecticut, an uncle 
of the Captain, and a member of the celebrated Hartford convention of 1812. 

Both of the Whig candidates were defeated. 




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He was capt. of the "John Hancock," 1835, and of other 
Missouri river vessels (several of which he owned) until 1 849, 
when his boat was burned at St. Louis. He sold Hazel Ridge 
(his farm), and went, 1853, to Austin, Texas. He became 
prominent and was highly esteemed by his fellow-citizens. He 
was elected, 1854-5, Mayor of Austin, receiving every vote but 
one of over 400 cast. His handsome residence on Cypress 
Creek was wantonly burnt Nov. 18, 1863, by robbers, under 
pretext of war, the fire scarcely giving time for personal 
escape, destroying priceless relics and portraits. Mrs. Louisiana 
(Hughes) Cleveland, res., 1885, Camp San Saba, Texas. 

Hughes ancestry : — 23 arms : (Wales.) Ar. an eagle displ. with 2 heads. Crest — 
Eagle's head, holding in beak a staff. . . The ancestor of this Hughes family came 
from Wales, 1723-30. [A Ma]'. David Hughes, b. Powhattan co., Va., 1756, officer of Rev- 
olution, removed to Bourbon co., Ky.] . . William Hughes, b. ab. 1780, settled early in 
Kentucky, of Jessamine co., Ky., Howard co., Mo., m. Martha Swan. 

3219. 

CHARLES DEXTER 7 CLEVELAND (Charles-, Aaron's, Aaron*, 

Aaron', Aaron"), d. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 18, 1869, a. 66, m. Car- 
lisle, Cumberland co., Pa., Mar. 29, 1831, Alison Nisbet McCos- 
kry, b. Carlisle, Nov. 2, 1807, a. da. Dr. Samuel and Alison (Nis- 
bet). Ch.: Alison Nisbet 8 , b. Mar. 19, 1832, Carlisle, d. Phila. 
June 14, 1837. Charles Dexter 8 , b. Aug. 7, 1834, New Haven, 
Conn., d. Phila. May 15, 1841. 

-f-8682 Samuel McCoskry 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 7, 1837, P. 

-(-8683 Alison Nisbet 8 Cleveland (ag.), b. Nov. 8, 1839, P. 
8684 Charles Dexter 8 (ag.), b. Julys, 1841, P> d. P. Apr. 6,1843. 

+8685 Tread well 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 6, 1843, P. Wil- 
berforce 3 Cleveland, b. June 3, 1846, P., d. P. June 27, 1847. 
8686 Eliza 8 Cleveland, b. May 13, 1848, P., d. P. June 1, 1870, 
unm. 8687 Lucy 6 Cleveland, b. Aug. 18, 1850, P. Miss Cleve- 
land res. Boston, Mass., 1884, New York, N. Y., 1895. 

Prof. Charles Dexter 7 Cleveland, LL.D., after passing 5 
years in mercantile pursuits, entered Dartmouth college, grad. 
1827. He was professor of Latin and Greek Languages and 
Literature in Dickinson college, Carlisle, 1830 to 1832; was ap- 
pointed professor of Latin Language and Literature in the 
University of the City of N. Y., 1832 ; taught at New Haven 1 
year. In 1834 he established a young ladies' high school in 
Philadelphia, which he conducted with marked success for 25 
years until his health failed. The well-known author of Greek, 
Latin, and school text-books, and Compendiums of Literature, 
see Bibliography, Chap. IV. He was elected a resident mem- 
ber of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society, Apr. 20, 
1858. Ingham University in 1861, and University of N.Y., 1866, 
conferred upon him the degree of Doctor of Laws. He was a 
ripe scholar. He was an early abolitionist. In 1844 he wrote 
the Address of the Liberal Party of Pa. to the people, which at- 
tracted considerable attention. He was appointed 1861 by 
Pres. Lincoln, U. S. Consul at Cardiff, Wales. He was honored 
and beloved wherever he was known, and his sudden death, so 
soon after his arrival at home from his official duties in Wales, 
cast a deep gloom over a wide circle of relatives and friends. 



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.CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



JY. E. H. G. Reg., XXV : jSp ; Critical Dictionary of English Lite- 
rature by S. Austin Allibone 1870 ; Drake's Die. ip6 ; Sketch of 
Dickinson College, By Charles F. Himes, Ph.D., iSjp. 

Prof. Charles LV Cleveland is buried in Laurel Hill Ceme- 
tery, Philadelphia. Mrs. Alison Nisbet (McCoskry) Cleveland 
still resides (1895) with her son Dr. Samuel McCoskry Cleve- 
land in Philadelphia, spending half of the year with her daughter, 
Mrs. Hardon, at Jamaica Plain, Mass., and Sugar Hill, Grafton 
co., N. H. ' ( 

McCoskry ancestry : — William 1 of Carlisle, m. Ruth Allen ; Dr. Samuel Allen", b. 
Lancaster or Chester co., Pa., Nov. 28, 1751, raised his own reg., one of the first of the or- 
der of Cincinnati, an eminent physician of Carlisle, d. there Sept. 4, 1818, m. 2d, Lancas- 
ter co., Pa., Dec. 25, 1794, Alison Nisbet 3 , b. Montrose, Scotland, May 28, 1773. Children ; 
i Elvira 3 , d. Philadelphia, unm., ii Charles Nisbet 3 , d. St. Augustine, unm., iii William 8 , 
d. St. A., unm., iv Mary 3 , m. Rev. Erskine Mason, D.D., of N. Y., v Rt. Rev. Samuel 
Allen 3 McCoskry, b. Carlisle, Nov. q, 1804, the first P. Episcopal Bishop of Mich., m. Eliza 
L. Montgomery, vi Alison Nisbet 3 McCoskry, m. Charles Dexter Cleveland, vii, viii 2 
daus. 3 d. infants, unnamed. 

Nisbet ancestry : — S arms : (Craigintnie, Scotland) Ar. on a chev. gu. betw. 3 boars r 
heads erased sa.j cinquefoils. Crest — Boar pass. Motto — I byde it. . . . William 1 
of Haddington, Scotland, m. Alison. Ch.: 3 sons : Rev. Andrews, min. of the Established 
chh., in Garvald parish, Presbytery of Haddington ; ii Rev. Charles 2 Nisbet, D.D., b. 
Haddington, Jan. 21, 1736, Grad. Edinburgh Univ. 1754, Divinity Hall, Edinb., 1760, li- 
censed to 'preach by Presbytery of Edinb., Sept. 24, 1760, stated pfeacher in the Gorbals 
of Glasgow church to 1762, ord. by Presbytery of Brechin, May 17, 1764, pastor of Mon- 
trose, Scotland, church to .1785, D.D. Princeton, N. J., coll. 1783, sailed from Greenock 
Apr. 23, 1785, arr. Philadelphia, Pa., June 9, 1785, having been elected Apr., 1784, the first 
president of Dickinson coll. (founded 1783) at Carlisle to decease, d. C. Jan. 18, 1804, m. 
Montrose, 1766, Anne Tweedie, b. Quarter,- near Edinburgh, d. May 12, 1807, da. of 
Thomas of Quarter, Scotland. — Memoir By Rev. Samuel Miller, D.D. ; Spragite's An- 
nals, III : 450. Children : i Thomas 3 grad. Univ. Edinb., d. soon after 1804, ii Judge Al- 
exander 3 grad. Dickinson coll. of Baltimore, Md., lawyer, iii Mary s 'm. 1790 as 2d w., Wil- 
liam Turnbull, t>. Scotland of Pittsburg, Pa., iv Alison 3 Nisbet xn. Dr. Samuel A. Mc- 
Coskry 2 . 

3220. 

GEORGE PUTNAM 7 CLEVELAND (Charles', Aaron*, Aaron*, 

Aaron 3 , Aaron") , d. Covington, Ky., Jan. 10, 1839, a. 31, m. C, or 
Boone co., Ky., Nov. 20, 1834, Henrietta Esther Scott, b. Cov- 
ington, Oct. 3, 1817, da. Maj. Chasteen and Abigail (Fowler). 
Ch. b. Covington : Charles Holmes 8 , b. Dec. 29, 1836, d. C. 
Sept., Dec. 31, 1838. 8688 George Putnam 8 , b. Sept. 12, 1839, 
d. C.July 8, 1 85 1. 

3221. 

tTulid 8tU€Wt 7 Dodge (Sarah*, Aaron", Aaron«, Aaron 3 , Aaron"), d. 

New York city, N. Y., Dec 23, 1859, a. 60, m. Norwich, Conn., 
Oct. 1, 1816, Joseph Carew Huntington, b. Norwich, Jan. 23,. 
1792, d. N. Y. city, Apr. 30, 1852, eldest s. Joseph and Eunice 
(Carew). Ch.: 

-f 8689 David Low Dodge* Huntington, b. Apr. 30, 181 8, Norw. 

-j-8690 George Frederic 6 Huntington, b. Jan. 5, 1820, Norw. 
8691 Lucy Coit a Huntington, b. Apr. 11, 1822, Norw., m. 
1st, Hudson, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1840, Dr. George Hale White, M.D., 
of H., b. 1807, d. N. Y. city, Apr. 11, 1857. She m. 2d, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1861, Stephen L. Magoun, res. Hudson 1862- 
88, lawyer. Both m.: s. p. Mary Strong*, b. Feb. 14, 1824, Nor- 
wich, d. Norwich, Apr. 12, 1826; William Stuart 6 , b. Apr. 2, 1827, 
Norw., d. Norw. Mar. 24, 183 1. 

-j-8692 Julia Porter* Huntington, b. Feb. 16, 1829, Norwich. 
Lucy Coif, b. Jan. 25, 1831, Norw., d. Norw. Sept. 20, 1832 ; Jo- 
seph Ellsworth*, b. May 28, 1833, Norw., d. Norw. Sept. 7, 1834 ; 
Charles Stuart*, b. Mar. 20, 1835, N. Y. c, d. Norw. Aug. 31, 1835. 



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8693 Charles Stuart* Huntington (ag.), b. June 17, 1838, 
Waterford, N. Y., m. N. Y. c, Julia Biddle, of N. Y. city 186 1 ; 
was in U. S. service, civil war ; res. 1881 Pittsburg, Pa. Ch.: 
Florence* Huntington, b. 1865. 

8694 Sarah Cleveland* Huntington, b. Feb. 15, 1840, Hud- 
son, m. N. Y. city, Apr. 12, 1859, William Lewis Seymour of N. 
Y. c, s. William North of N. Y. c, res. Pittsburg 1888. Ch.: 
William N 3 Seymour, b. and d. Apr. 27, i860 ; William N. 3 Sey- 
mour (ag.), b. Feb. 20, d. 26, 186 1 ; Julia Huntington' Seymour, b. 
Mar. 1, 1862, N. Y. c; Mary Halsey 9 Seymour, b. Nov. 20, 1865 ; 
Sadie Odell 3 Seymour, b. Oct. 23, 1869, d. Mar. 29, 1870; Anna 
Garthwaite 3 Seymour, b. Oct. 23, 1869. 

Dea. Joseph Carew Huntington resided and was several 
years in business at Norwich, rem. 1834 to N. Y. city, druggist 
of N. Y. Ordained Deacon in 10th Presbyterian church N. 
Y. city. 

Huntington ancestry : — [See + .1115.] 

3222. 

Sarah Cleveland 7 Dodge (sarah« as above), d. New York 
■city, N.Y., Jan. 9, 1846, a. 45, m. Sept. 15, 1824, as 1st w., Henry 
Chester Porter, b. Hartford, Conn., June 9, 1797, d. Elizabeth, 
N. J., July 19, 1865, s. John and Mary (Williams). (He m. 2d, 
Susan Spring* Smith "+ 3246). Ch. b. Hartford : 

8695 Henry Alfred 9 Porter, b. July 26, 1826', m. Plainfield, 
N. J., Sept. 12, 1850, Lucilla Sayre, da. John of N. Y. c, I'd Rock 
Island, 111., 1856, Chicago #881. Ch. : Alfred Stuart" Porter, b. 
Sept. 1, 1852, Lucilla Chester 3 Porter, b. Oct. 27, 1859, d' Mar. 10, 
1868 ; Frederick Downer 3 Porter, b. Oct., 1870. 

+8696 John Stuart 6 Porter, b. Apr. 15, 1828. 

8697 William Dodge* Porter, b. Apr. 15, 1831, m. Balti- 
more, Md., May 31, 1862, Alexina Mifflin Coulter. Of N.Y., 1856 ; 
Orange Valley, Essex co., N. J., 1881, merch. Ch.: William Stu- 
art 3 , b. Jan. 24, 1866 ; Grace Cleveland 3 , b. Aug. 20, 1870. 

+8698 Sarah Jane? Porter, b. Dec. 5, 1833. 

8699 Julia Huntington* Porter, b. Apr. 17, 1835, m. Boston, 
Mass., Jan. 5, 1886, Thomas Frank Fernald, s. Edwin and Mar- 
tha Maria (Mitchell). 

Henry Chester Porter resided at Hartford and New York 
city, merchant. 

Porter ancestries : — John 1 : Samuel 2 [See + hq! ; Nathaniel 3 , b. Nov. 15, 1680, of 
Lebanon, Conn., m. Mehitabel Buell of Hartford ; Nathaniel Buell 4 m. Eunice Horton ; 
Nathaniel 6 , M.D., m. Zeruiah Wadsworth ; John« b. E. Hartford, Oct. 27, 1757, m. Mary- 
Williams, b. Sept. 15, 1765. Samuel 3 ; Mary 4 Porter m. Solomon Williams 4 . 

Williams ancestries : — [See + 2255] Rev. William 3 ; Rev. Solomon 4 m. Mary Por- 
ter 4 ; Eliphalet 6 of E. Hartf., m. Mary Williams 6 . . . Elisha 4 , President Yale coll. ; 
Mary 6 Williams, m. Eliphalet Williams 5 . 

3223. 

David Stuart 7 Dodge (Sarah", Aaron 6 , Aaron 4 , Aaron 3 , Aaron"), 

d. New York, N. Y., May 23, 1869, a. 65, m. Apr. 11, 1827, his 
2d cousin, Caroline Hyde, b. Norwich, Conn., Dec. 3, 1804, d. 
N. Y. city May 7, 1864, a da. Erastus and Fanny (Bell). Ch. : 
Sarah Frances*, b. Fairfield, Conn., d. Feb. 8, 1829. 



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8700 Sarah Frances* Dodge (ag.), b. Feb. 5, 1830, F., tmm.; 
res. N. Y. city, 1886. 

8701 Caroline Melissa* Dodge, b. Apr. 3, 1832, Hartford, 
Conn., m. Nov. 23, 1854, George N. Dana, dwelt Brookline, Mass.; 
res. Boston, Mass., merchant, s. p. 

8702 David Low* Dodge, b. June 4, 1834, Hartford, m. Oct. 
16, 1866, Emma Harper, da. Joseph "Wesley of Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
res. N. Y. city. Ch. : Elsie Stuarf Dodge. 

8703 Harriet Elizabeth* Dodge, b. Aug. 8, 1(836, Hartford, 
d. Beirut, Syria, Apr. 5, 1882, m. N. Y. city Oct. 1, 1868, Rev. 
Henry H. Jessup, D.D., missionary of Beirut. Ch. : David Stu- 
art Dodge* Jessup, b. Jan. 9, 1870, Beirut ; Mary Dodge* Jessup, b. 
B. ; Amanda Cleveland* Jessup, b. Abeih, Mt. Lebanon, Syria ; 
Ethel Hyde* Jessup, b. Beirut ; Frederick Nevins* Jessup, b. Nov., 

1875, B. 

Mary Stuarf Dodge, b. Aug., 1838, Hartford, d. H. 
May 2, 1841. 

8704 Mary Stuarf Dodge (ag.), b. Jan. 5, 1841, H. , m. 
Beirut May, 1873, Rev. Oscar J. Harding, missionary of Tripoli, 
Syria, 1881-6. Ch. b. Beirut : Edwin Dodge* Harding, b. Dec. 22, 
1874 ; Caroline Hyde* Harding ; Effie Stuarf Harding. 

William Earl* Dodge, b. Jan. 23, 1843, Hartford, d. H. 
Mar. 4, 1849. 

8705 Frederick Nevins* Dodge, b. Feb. 6, 1845, H., m. Oct. 
25, 1871, Jeanne Godwin Prall, da. Abraham of Paterson, N. J., 
res. Plainfield, N. J., 1881, business in N. Y. city. Ch. b. Pater- 
son : Frederick Stuart* Dodge, b. Sept., 1872, d. infant ; Eleanor 
Godwin* Dodge ; Kenneth Egbert* Dodge, b. Nov., 1879 ; Effingham 
Nevins* Dodge,b. Jan. 14, 1883. 

8706 Joseph Edwin* Dodge, b. Feb. 19, 1847, Hartford, m. 
Sept. 19, 1882, Addie Vernam, da. George Cramer Vernam, and 
grand-da. of J. Wesley Harper. Ch. : George Cramer* Dodge, b. 
May 9, 1883, Montclair, Essex co., N. J. 

Dr. David Stuarf Dodge received his medical degree at Yale 
1826, practising physician first in Fairfield, then several years 
in Hartford, where he acquired a high reputation in his profes- 
sion. From considerations of health he abandoned his profes- 
sion, and rem., fall of 1849, to N. Y. city. 

Hyde ancestry :— William 1 , Samuel 2 , John' [see +357] '< James 4 m. Sarah Marshall; 
James 6 , b. July 17, 1752, m. Martha Nevins ; Rev. Erastus 8 Hyde, b. Norwich, business 
man and lay M. E. preacher, highly esteemed, m. Fanny Bell. 



3224. 

William JEarV Dodge (Sarah", Aaron 6 , Aaron*, Aaron", Aaron«, 

Mosesi), d. New York, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1883, a. 77, m. N. Y. June 24, 
1829, Melissa Phelps, b. Hartford Mar. 3, 1809, a da. of Anson 
Greene and Olive Phelps of New York. Ch. : 

+ 8707 William Earl* Dodge, b. Feb. 15, 1832, N. Y. city. 
-f-8708 Anson Greene Phelps* Dodge, b. Aug. 25, 1834, N. Y. 
-j-8709 David Stuarf Dodge, b. Sept. 22, 1836, N. Y. 

Sarah Olivia* Dodge, d. Mar., Aug. 3, 1841. 
+8710 Charles Cleveland* Dodge, b. Sept. 16, 1841, N. Y. c. 
Melissa Phelps* Dodge, d. Feb. 13, 1846. 
87 1 1 Norman White* Dodge, b. Nov. 24, 1846, N. Y. c, m. 



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May 6, 1880, Emma Hartley, she d. N. Y. c. Mar. 3, 1881, da. 
Marcellus and Frances C. W.; res. N. Y. city, one of the Board 
of Managers National Temperance Society 1886. Ch. -^Marcel- 
lus Hartley 9 Dodge, b. Feb., 1881. 

8712 George Eggleston* Dodge, b. Dec. 1, 1849, N. Y. c, m. 
May Cossitt. Still res. in New York 1895. Ch. : May Cossitt 9 
Dodge, b. Dec, 1878. 

8713 Arthur Murray* Dodge, b. Oct. 29, 1853, N. Y. city, 
d. Simsbury, Conn., Oct. 16, 1896, m. Hartford, Sept., 1875, Jo- 
sephine Marshall Jewell, a da. Gov. Marshall and Esther E. 
(Dickinson). Grad. Yale 1874. Still res. in New York city 1896. 
Ch. : Marshall Jewell 9 Dodge, b. Aug., 1876 ; Murray Witherbee 9 
Dodge, Apr., 1878 ; Arthtir Douglas 9 Dodge, Aug., 1877 ; Pliny 
Jewell 9 Dodge, Aug., 1885. 

Hon. William Earl 1 Dodge of New York city, the eminent 
merchant and philanthropist, universally known. New York 
Times, Feb. 10, 1883 : — 

THE HISTORY OF MANY YEARS OF WELL-REWARDED BUSINESS ACTIVITY AND OPEN- 
HANDED PHILANTHROPY. 

William B. Dodge, one of the oldest merchants of this city, and a man whose philan- 
thropy has made his name known throughout the Christian world, was in the seventy- 
eighth year of his age, and 65 years of his busy life were passed in this city, where he has 
left a record of philanthropy which has seldom been equaled. He was the son of David 
Low Dodge, and was born near Hartford, Conn., Sept. 4, 1805. His father was a member 
of the firm of Ludlow & Dodge, dry goods merchants in this city, who also owned large 
cotton mills near Norwich, Conn. William was given the ordinary common school edu- 
cation which boys in the early part of this century received, and then, when very young, 
was sent to Norwich, where he worked in his father's mills as a clerk in the office until 
he had reached the age of 13 years. In 1818 he came to this city, and was taken into his 
father's dry goods store, where he worked on a moderate salary for eight years. During 
this time he saved what he could, and when he had reached the age of 21 he joined his 
fortunes with the son of a retired Connecticut merchant, and the two began business for 
themselves as wholesale dry goods merchants at No. 213 Pearl street, under the firm 
name of Huntington & Dodge. Mr. Dodge was a shrewd' business man, and, above all, 
a thoroughly upright man, and the firm of Huntington & Dodge thrived exceedingly 
well. Mr. Dodge began business in May, 1827, and in 1831 he felt himself justified in tak- 
ing a partner for life. He was married in that year to a daughter of Anson G. Phelps, a 
Srominent importer of metals, and this lady, who survives him, was an earnest helper to 
im in all his charitable works throughout his life. Two years after, in March, 1833, the 
new store which had just been completed by his father-in-law at the corner of Fulton 
and Cliff streets suddenly gave way from the foundations, and the great building fell, — 
burying in the ruins seven persons, among them two book-keepers and a confidential 
salesman. Mr. Phelps called on Mr. Dodge to join him in his business, and he sold out 
his interest in the dry goods firm of which he was a member and became a partner with 
his father-in-law and his brother-in-law, David James, the firm name in' this country 
being Phelps, Dodge & Co., and in Liverpool Phelps, James & Co., the two firms being 
the successors of Phelps & Peck. The business of the firm in this city was done at Nos. 
11 and 13 Cliff street, which is still its headquarters, although all the original partners 
have now passed away. 

Mr. Dodge continued his connection with the firm of Phelps, Dodge & Co. for 46 
years, and during that time the business of the firm increased so rapidly that large for- 
tunes were distributed among the partners yearly, and it soon became the largest im- 
porting house of metals on the continent. Upon the deaih of Mr. Phelps, his father-in- 
law, Mr. Dodge became the senior member of the firm, and he managed its vast affairs 
with such good judgment and business tact that the house became known throughout 
the world as the most trustworthy in the business. 

In the meantime Mr. Dodge had become a member of the Chamber of Commerce in 
185$, and in 1863 had been elected Vice-President of that substantial body of merchants. 
This position he held until 1867, when he was elected President of the Chamber. He was 
serving his third successive term as President when these charges of defrauding the Gov- 
ernment were made against his firm, and the Chamber declared its confidence in his integ- 
rity by re-electing him in 1873 to a fourth term. In 1875 he was offered a fifth term of the 
Presidency, but he positively declined to serve again, although he remained a member 
of the Chamber until the day of his death. While attending strictly to the duties of his 
business as the head of the largest firm of metal importers in the country, Mr. Dodge 
still found ample time to make judicious investments in other branches of business, 
which added greatly to the large fortune which he was rolling up in the metal trade. 
He early saw the importance of covering the country with railroad lines, and believed 
that investments in these iron thoroughfares would pay large returns on the capital. 
He was one of the original incorporators of the New York & Erie Railroad, now the 
New York, Lake Erie & Western, and was a member of the Board of Directors of the road 
for 12 years. He was one of the projectors of the New Jersey Central, and continued to 
be a director of the company from 1843 to 1873. The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western 
Railroad was organized in his office in Cliff street, and he was a director and stockholder 
of this company at the time of his death. He was one of the first to subscribe for the 



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building of the Houston & Texas Road, and for seven years acted as President of this 
corporation. He was one of the founders of the Mutual Life Insurance Company, the 
Atlantic Mutual Marine Insurance Company, the Bowery Fire Insurance Company, the 
United States Trust Company, the Greenwich Savings Bank, the City Bank, and the 
American Exchange National Bank, in all of which he was a director from the time of 
their organization until his death. The fine timber lands of the West and the South 
early attracted the attention of Mr. Dodge, and he made large investments in these re- 
gions. He was one of the largest owners of timber lands and lumber mills in the coun- 
try; possessing from 100,000 to 400,000 acres of land in each of the States of Wisconsin, 
Michigan, Georgia, West Virginia, and Texas, and extensive tracts in Canada. He was 
also largely interested in the development of the coal and iron interests throughout the 
country. 

The great characteristic of Mr. Dodge, however, was not developed in his business 
career. He was a good business man, and knew how to make money ; but he was a 
greater philanthropist, and knew how to spend his money for the purpose of bettering 
the condition of his less fortunate fellowmen. His charities were unnumbered, and the 
record of many of them was undoubtedly erased with his life. He was brought up in 
the Presbyterian Church, and from his early boyhood he was a devout Christian. As 
soon as he began to make a living in this city he devoted himself to the work of a city 
missionary, but while he carried the Bible in one hand he carried food and drink in the 
other for the miserable creatures to whom he ministered. He began his work by pick- 
ing up boys in the slums of the metropolis, and in every practicable way making life 
easier and better for them. Then, as his means to do good increased with the increase 
of his wealth, he enlarged his sphere of labor, until, when he died, there was scarcely a 
charitable or religious work in this city which' did not owe something to him, while 
many foreign religious societies will'feel that they have lost their best friend. He was 
a member and a Ruling Elder at the time of his death of the Church of the Covenant, 
and this church has benefited greatly by his open-handed liberality. He was repre- 
sented in all the benevolent enterprises of the church, contributed largely in building 
its Memorial Chapel, in Forty-second street, and was always foremost in interesting 
himself in the benevolent and charitable works of the church. He was a large contribu- 
tor to the support of both home and foreign missions. In 1876 he was instrumental in 
bringing D wight L. Moody and Ira D. Sankey to this city, paid a good share of the ex- 
pense of fitting the Hippodrome, now Madison-Square Garden, for their meetings, and 
took an active part in the meetings, often speaking himself. He was a delegate to the 
Evangelical Alliance, which met in this city in 1873, an< i presided over the first meeting. 
He contributed liberally to the erection of the Young Men's Christian Association Build- 
ing, at Twenty-third street and Fourth avenue. He was greatly interested in the work 
of Sunday-schools, and frequently addressed them. City missions were his favorite 
hobby, and he expended thousands of dollars in efforts to evangelize the poor of the 
city. He also took a great interest in the freedmen of the South, and in his annual visits 
to that part of the country he went as a missionary, establishing schools and missions in 
all directions. " His hand was in his pocket whenever he was interested," said the Rev. 
Mr. Vincent, his pastor, yesterday, "and he was always interested in anything that 
promised to advance the spiritual or temporal welfare of his fellowmen." One of the 
latest achievements of his busy life was the establishment of the Jerry McAuley Mission, 
in the old Cremorne Garden, and he watched this experiment with -unflagging interest 
until his death. He also contributed liberally to establish the Syrian Mission and the 
Female College at Beirut. He was very active in the work of helping young men to 
prepare for the ministry. He always had a number of young men on his list whom he 
was assisting to go through their preparatory course, and he was instrumental in send- 
ing scores of active workers into the ministerial field. " During all the years that he 
lived in this great city," said the Rev. Mr. Vincent, " he was invariably to be found on 
the side of everything that was right, everything that was good. He has given away 
thousands of dollars that the world will never know of. He never talked of his good 
deeds, and he often contributed to objects when he had no faith in their expediency. I 
never met so open-hearted and so open-handed a man." 

Mr. Dodge was Vice-President of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign 
Missions, of the New York Union Theological Seminary, and of the New York Coloniza- 
tion Society. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the American Bible So- 
ciety, the American Tract Society, and of the Syria and Liberia Protestant Colleges. 
He was very much interested in the Lincoln University for colored students, to which 
he gave large sums of money, and'dev.oted himself heartily to aiding in the work of edu- 
cating the colored people and the Indians. In religious matters he was a strict discipli- 
narian, and his reverence for the Sabbath was unbounded. He declined to be present 
at the blowing up of Hell Gate, because it was done on Sunday, and on one occasion 
when a Times reporter called to see him about a proposed new charter for the city on 
Sunday, he declined to be interviewed, stating that he " never engaged in secular con- 
versation on the Sabbath." He resigned his position as. Director of the Erie, New Jersey 
Central, and Houston and Texas Railroads as soon as those companies began to run 
Sunday trains, and sold his stock, declining to be identified in any way with business 
that was conducted on the Sabbath. He was one of the most active workers to secure 
the enforcement of the Sunday provisions of the new Penal Code, and held that all busi- 
ness of a secular nature should be suspended on the Lord's Day. He himself lived up 
to his belief consistently, and he believed that others should be made to do so. Mr. 
Dodge was an ardent advocate of total abstinence, and although he was in every sense 
of the word a public man, around whose table distinguished Americans and foreigners 
often gathered, wine was never served at his board. He was one of the founders of the 
Union League Club, and took an active part in the work of that organization during the 
war, but a few years ago he resigned his membership because the club used wine at its 
banquets and many of its members were engaged in the liquor trade. When the Na- 
tional Temperance and Publication Society was organized, in 1866, Mr. Dodge was 
elected President, and he continued to fill" this position until he died. He brought 
Father Mathew to this country, and in every great temperance movement for the last 50 
vears Mr. Dodge was a prominent actor. He founded the Temperance Christian Home 
for Men, at Lexington avenue and Sixty-third street, and, encouraged by the success of 
that institution, purchased a house to be used for the care of female inebriates, which he 
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In politics Mr. Dodge was originally a Clay Whig. He was an old friend of Mr. 
Clay, and believed in him thoroughly, but when the Republican party was organized, in 
common with most of the Whigs, Mr. Dodge went over to the new party. He was a del- 
egate to the convention which nominated Abraham Lincoln for the Presidency in i860, 
and a member of the Peace Congress of 1861. During the war he acted as Chairman of 
the New York branch of the Christian Commission, and also took an active part in the 
work of the Sanitary Commission. In conjunction with the late Moses Taylor and a 
syndicate of bankers he raised a large sum of money for the use of the government in 
the early days of the war, and throughout the great rebellion gave his active aid and 
sympathy to the Union cause. He was elected" a Representative to the Thirty-ninth 
Congress, and served on the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Political life, however, had 
little attraction for him, and after serving his term he retired to devote himself to his 
benevolent works. Mr. Dodge retired from the firm of Phelps, Dodge & Co. in 1879, an< i 
had since that time devoted himself to looking after his private interests. On Thursday " 
of last week he gave a reception, which was attended by most of his old friends, includ- 
ing Peter Cooper, with whom he left his house to make his last appearance in public as 
Assistant Chairman at the protection meeting in the Cooper Union. Notwithstanding 
his munificent gifts to public and private charities, it is estimated that he leaves a for- 
tune of over $6,000,000. 

A special meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be held at 1 o'clock this after- 
noon to' take action on the death of the Hon. William E. Dodge, a former president of the 
organization. The call is signed, among others, by the following gentlemen, who say 
that Mr. Dodge's eminent standing as a merchant and his untiring efforts in the cause of 
philanthropy call for a general expression of sorrow for his family, and for the loss 
which the city and nation has sustained : Samuel D. Babcock, James M. Brown, Howard 
Potter, John Crosby Brown, A. A. Low, J. Pierpont Morgan, Frederick P. Olcott, Royal 
Phelps, John D. Jones, Henry F. Spaulding, Charles Lanier, John Austin Stevens, Solon 
Humphreys, William H. Fogg, Charles M. Fry, A. Gracie King, S. B. Chittenden, Oliver 
Harnman, Morris K. Jesup, and C. N. Bliss. 

N. Y. Evening Post, Feb. 9, 1883 — Mr. William E. Dodge in a very interesting lecture 
on " Old New York," delivered by him in Association Hall three years ago, before a 
great audience of well known citizens, said : 

" Eighteen hundred and eighteen found me a boy in a wholesale dry goods store, No. 
304 Pearl Street, near Peck Slip. My employers were two most worthy Quakers. A 
promise made by my father to the junior partner", that when he went into "business I was 
to be with, him, will account for my leaving school so early. It was a very different 
thing in those days to be a boy in a store from what it is now. I fear that many young ' 
men anxious to' get started would hesitate long before facing such duties as had then to 
be performed. My father lived at that time at No. g8 William street, now the corner of 
Piatt. I remember that while in this store I carried bundles o£ goods up Broadway to 
Greenwich Village, near what are now Seventh and Eighth avenues and Fourth to Tenth 
street, crossing the old stone bridge at Canal street. This had long square timbers on 
either side in place of railing to prevent a fall into the sluggish stream — some fifteen feet 
below — which came from the low lands where Centre street and the Tombs now are.' 
At this time the wholesale dry goods trade was confined almost entirely to Pearl street, 
from Coenties to Peck Slips, though there were a few firms further up, and any party 
intending to commence that business must first be sure that he could obtain a store on 
Pearl street. We now talk of what Wall street is doing ; then, if one would speak of the 
dry goods trade, he would say, ' Things are active ' (or ' dull ') ' in Pearl street.' 

" The retail trade was mostly in William street and Maiden Lane, except three fash- 
ionable houses that were the Stewarts of that day. These were all in Broadway : Van- 
devoort, near Liberty street; 'the Heights,' near Dey street, and Jotham Smith, who 
occupied the site of the Astor House. Stewart did not commence until 1824. The cheap 
retail dry goods stores were in upper Pearl and Chatham streets ; the wholesale gro- 
ceries were in Broad, Water, and Front streets. 

"You will remember that New York was then a comparatively small city, with a 
population of less than 120,000. One-fourth the present size of Chicago, it had extended 
very little above Canal street. Most of the dwellings were below Chambers, on the 
North^river, but on the East river there were many up as far as Market and Rutgers 
streets. The most of the merchants and families of wealth lived in the lower part of the 
town in Greenwich, below Chambers, and on cross streets west of Broadway from the 
Park to the Battery. Many merchants in Pearl street lived over their stores, and John, 
Fulton, Beekman, Gold, and Cliff were filled with private residences. I was married 
fifty years ago in Cliff street, near my present office. Then that good man, Dr. Milnor, 
preached in St. George's, corner Beekman and Cliff streets, to crowded audiences. 
Stores now occupy the ground. 

"In May, 1827, I commenced at No. 213 Pearl street the wholesale dry goods busi- 
ness. A retired Connecticut merchant, with whom I had done business most of the 
time while a clerk, had a son just graduated from Yale, whom he was anxious to place 
in New York, and, having heard that I was intending to commence for myself, proposed 
a copartnership with his son. He offered to furnish an amount of capital which, with 
the small sum I had (mostly savings from my salary), would make for those days a re- 
spectable beginning, and furthermore promised to endorse for us to any reasonable 
amount. There are few events in a man's life more important than that which intro 
duces him into active business on his own account, and as my partner had no experience, 
I felt the responsibility the more." 

• WILLIAM E. DODGE'S BEQUESTS. 

An abstract of the will of the late William E. Dodge has been filed in the Surrogate's 
office. It states that " the residence at No. 225 Madison avenue and the country place at 
Tarrytown are given to the widow, with ample provision for her support. The seven 
sons share alike, and liberal bequests are made to relatives and others. The will is to 
run for five years, and the charitable and certain of the other bequests are to be paid by 
installments." The bequests to charitable institutions are enumerated as follows : 

Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, $50,000 ; American Board of Commissioners 
for Foreign Missions, $50,000 ; Presbyterian Board of Home Missions, $50,000 ; Education 



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of Young Men for the Ministry, $30,000 ; American Bible Societv, $10,000 ; American 
Tract Society, $20,000 ; American Sunday-school Union, $10,000 ; National Temperance 
Society, $io,coo; City Mission and Tract Society, $20,000; Presbyterian Board of Publi- 
cation, f 10,000; Lincoln University, $10,000; Children's Aid Society, $5,000; Howard 
University, $5,000 ; Atlanta University, $5,000 ; Hampton Institute, $5,000 ; Presbyterian 
Board of Aged Ministers, $5,000 ; American Seamen's Friend Society, $5,000 ; Interna- 
tional Committee of Young Men's Christian Association, $5,000 ; McAuley Mission, 
$5,000 ; Syrian Protestant College, $20,000 ; Metropolitan Museum of Art, $5,000 ; Amer- 
ican Museum of Natural History, $5,000. 

D. Stuart Dodge's Memorial of William E. Dodge, 390 — Account of the ceremonies 
at the unveiling of the statue of William E. Dodge, at intersection of 34th St., Broadway, 
and 6th avenue, Oct. 22, 1885. By the distinguished sculptor, J. Q. A. Ward. Height of 
statue, 9 ft. 6 in., inscribed : " Erected by Voluntary Subscriptions under the Auspices 
of the Chamber of Commerce of the City of New York, 1885." 

Trumbull's Memorial History of Hartford Co., Conn., 1 : 638 — Steel portrait and bio- 
graphical sketch of William E. Dodge. 

Family Christian Almanac, 1884, p. 21 — Wood cut of W. E. Dodge. 

The Iron Monger, Oct., 1885,$. ski — Plate of Dodge Statue and biographical sketch. 

The Dodge-Morgan [Edwin Barber Morgan] Library Building of Andover Theolog- 
ical Seminary. 

William E. Dodge. The Christian Merchant. By Carlos Martin, D.D. Funk &° 
Wagnalls Co., Pubs., IV. Y., izmo, fip.siQ, portrait ; one of A Biographical Series of iz 
American Reformers, Edited by Carlos Martin, D.D. — The Voice, N.Y.,June 28, 18Q4. 

Mrs. Melissa (Phelps) Dodge residence New York (1896) ; 
prominent in educational and benevolent works ; is manager of 
the N. Y. Exchange for Woman's Work ; is president of the 
Christian Home for Intemperate Women, under supervision of 
Dr.- Meylert. 

3225. 

JiTaVy Abiah 7 Dodffe (Sarah", Aaron", Aaron*, Aaron', Aaron"), d. 

New York city, Jan. 5, 1857, a. 48, m. N. Y. c Oct. 15, 1828, as 
1st w., Norman White, b. Andover, Conn., Aug. 8, 1805, d. New 
Rochelle, N. Y., June, 1883, a son Daniel and- Eunice (Stanley). 
Ch.: 

+8714 Mary Stuart" White, b. Aug.. 31, 1829, N. Y. c. 
8715 Frances Stanley 9 White, b. May 22, 1831, N. Y. c, d. 
N. Y. c, Feb. 29, 1844. 

+8716 Erskine Norman* White, b. May 31, 1833, N. Y. c. 

+8717 Charles Trumbull* White, b. Jan. 20, 1835, N. Y. c. 

+8718 Emma Hale* White, b. Aug. 1% 1836, N. Y. c. 

8719 Julia Cleveland* White, b. May 22, 1838, N. Y. c, m. 
N. Y. city, Nov. 4, 1863, Charles Coit Johnson, b. Jewett City, 
Conn., Mar. 21, 1831, s. Charles and Hannah (Coit) of Norwich, 
Conn., res. N., banker. Ch. : Charles Morgan 9 Johnson, b. Feb. 4, 
1865, Yonkers, N. Y., d. N. Y. c. May 10, 1865 ; Herbert Stanley 9 
Johnson, b. Oct. 2, 1866, Norw., d. Norw. Aug. 17, 1872 ; Frede- 
rick M organ 9 . Johnson, b. Sept. 21, 1868, Norw.; Charles Stuart 9 
Johnson, b. Nov. 23, 1871, Norw., d. Norw. Aug. 7, 1872 ; Elsie 
Cleveland 9 Johnson, b. Dec. 11, 1874, Norw. Norman*, \*. Feb. 20, 
1840, N. Y. c, d. May 15, 1840 ; William Stuart 9 , b. Mar. 8, 1841, 
N. Y. c, d. June 26, 1842. 

8720 Helen Clement* White, b. July 26, 1843, New Rochelle, 
m. Apr. 4, 1866, Arthur Wellesley Parsons, b. N. Y. c. Jan. 20, 
1838, d. Bloomfield, N. J., June, 1883, son Edward Lambe and 
Matilda (Clark). Dwelt Rye, N. Y., was a merchant in New 
York. Mrs. Parsons still resides in Rye, 1895. Ch.i Edward 
Lambe 9 Parsons, b. May 18, 1868, N. Y. c; Grace Stanley 9 Parsons, 
Nov. 6, 1869 ; Maud 9 Parsons, Oct. 30, 1872 ; Anna 9 Parsons, Oct. 
22, 1876 ; Mary 9 Parsons, Oct. 9, 1878 ; Clement 9 Parsons, b. May 
22, R., d. R. Aug. 5, 1880. 

+8721 Grace Stanley* White, b. Apr. 4, 1845, New York city. 



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A Memorial of Mary Abiah" 1 Dodge, commemorative of her rare 
personal and Christian graces, By Mrs. Mary Stuart * White Meier 
Smith, for private circulation — has been printed. 

Norman White resided in New York city from 1827, senior 
member 32 years of the firm White & Sheffield, manufacturers 
of paper and paper materials, retired 1873 from active business, 
although still connected with the firm Qrarles T. White & Co., 
manufacturing chemists ; was pres. Mercantile bank 1873 to 
1877. He was prominent in religious and benevolent move- 
ments ; pres. Young Men's Bible Soc., 1832 ; from 1840 a man- 
ager, and from 1865 vice-pres. of Amer. Bible Soc; a founder 
of the Union Theol. Seminary, and vice-pres. of the Board of 
Directors ; chairman of N. Y. Sabbath Committee 20 years ; 
ruling elder of Mercer St. Pres. chh. 40 years. He m. 2d, Dec. 
12, i860, Miss Anna H. Barnard of Albany, N. Y. Ch.: Fred- 
erick B. White, architect, 1883. 

White ancestry-. — John 1 7 Daniel 2 ; Daniel 3 [see +1470] ; Capt. Joel 4 ; Capt. Daniel 6 ; 
Capt. Daniel' White, m. Eunice Stanley, da. Moses and Eunice (Strong). — Kellogg" 's 
White Gen., 24s. 

3226. 

ISli&abeth Clementine' Dodf/e (Sarah«, Aaron», Aaron*, Aaron*, 

Aaron=), d. Summit, N. J., Nov. 19, 1889, a. 78, m, 1st, N. Y. city, 
Mar. 25, 1830, Col. Edmund Burke Stedman, b. Hartford, Conn., 
Apr. 4, 1800, d. on passage to St. Croix Dec. 4, 1835, eldest son 
Griffin and Elizabeth (Gordon), She m. 2d, N. Y. city, Nov. 16, 
1 841, as 2d w., William Burnet Kinney, b. Speedwell, Morris 
co., N.J., Sept. 4, 1799, d. N. Y. city Oct. 21, 1880, a s. Abraham 
and Hannah (Burnet). Ch. by 1st m.: Julia Clementine* Stedman, 
b. Aug. 10, 1831, Hartford, d. H. Apr. 23, 1832. 

-I-8722 Edmund Clarence 9 Stedman, b. Oct. 8, 1833, H. 

8723 Charles Frederick* Stedman, b. Aug. 9, 1835, H., d. N. 
Y. c. May 13, 1863. By 2d m.: 

-(-872.4 Elizabeth Clementine* Kinney, b. July 13, 1842, New- 
ark, N. J. 

+ 8725 Mary Burnet* Kinney, b. Aug. 29, 1843, Newark, NJ. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Clementine 1 (Dodge) \Stedman\ Kinney resided in 
Florence, Italy, 1856, Morristown, N. J., New York city 1882, 
and Summit. Poet and author. See Bibliography, Chap. IV. 
An account of her works in Duyckinck's Cyclopes dia of American 
Literature, etc. v 

The Critic, New York, Nov. 30, i88p — In Florence she was 
associated with the Brownings, the Trollopes, Charles and Fred- 
erick Tennyson, Mrs. Somerville, Hiram Powers, and other per- 
sons of note, who frequented her literary recepti'ons in the Casa 
del Bello. From early youth to vigorous old age she was a pro- 
lific writer of verse and prose. . From 1840 to 1850 she contrib- 
uted to Graham's, Sar tain's, and The Knickerbocker, and after- 
wards to Blackwood's. Notices of her early poetry are contained 
in Griswold's and Buchanan Read's compilations. While living 
in Florence, she wrote a metrical romance, "Felicita" (New 
York, 1855) ; also a series of letters for her husband's paper, on 
manners, nature, and art, in Italy, and several dramas, one of 
which was " Bianca Capello " (Hurd & Houghton, 1873). The 
same firm had brought out, in 1867, a volume of her collected 



IIOO CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

poems. The Tribune understands that of late years she has 
been engaged upon a volume of reminiscences, which may some 
day be published. It would certainly be a most interesting 
book. Mrs. Kinney wrote last year a hymn, entitled " Desires," 
which we publish herewith. It was her last, and as such was 
appropriately included in the funeral services : 

More faith, dear Lord, more faith ! 

Take all these doubts away ; 
Oh ! let the simple words, " He saith" 

Confirm my faith each day. 

• More hope, dear Lord, more hope ! 
To conquer timid fear — 
To cheer life's path, as on I grope, 
Till Heaven's own light appear. 

More love, dear Lord, more love ! 

Such as on earth was Thine — - ■ 
All graces, and all gifts above, 

Unselfish love be mine. 

New York Daily Tribune, Nov. 21, i88p — obituary. 

Mrs. Kinney, with great force of character, was a woman of 
rare beauty and social charm, noted for her grace and vivacity 
in conversation ; of unusual taste, a critic by instinct and culti- 
vation, and a natural lyric poet. All these attributes, with a 
peculiar air of youth, she retained almost to the last. Her 
friendships were many, her charity constant and profuse, and 
she was beloved by all who knew her. 

Col. Edmund Burke Stedman of Hartford, lumber merchant, 
for many years Maj. of Governor's Foot Guard ; was on the 
ship " Emily " on a voyage to Santa Cruz for his health. 

Stedman, Studman ancestry : — Isaac 1 , b. England JC605, from London 1635, joined Lo- 
throp's chh., Scituate, Mass., July 17, 1636, Boston 1650, Muddy River, Brookline, mer- 
chant, d. 1678, m. in Eng., Elizabeth, b. 1609 ; Thomas 2 , b. Scituate 1639, Brookl., m. Mary 
Watson 2 , b. May 2, 1644; Thomas 8 , b. B. 1661 ; Dea. Thomas*, b. B. 1698, Hampton, Conn., 
1731, m. Ann Seaver ; Hon. Thomas*, b. Conn. 1732, tp. elk. of Hampton from itsincorp., 
1786, to 1798, rep., builder, m. Sept. 23, 1760, Mehitable Griffin 2 , b. Nov. 29, 1741 ; Griffin 8 
Stedman, b. Sept. 27, 1700, lumber merch., Hartford, m. Betsey Gordon.— Chart of Dr. 
C. Ellery Stedman, Dorchester, Mass. 

Griffin ancestry : — Ebenezer*, of Pomfret, m. Hannah Chandler 4 [see +178] ; Mehit- 
able 2 Griffin, m. Thomas Stedman 6 — see TV. Y. Gen. Bio. JRec, XXII: igi. 

Watson ancestry : — John 1 , arr. in the "Lion," Sept. 16, 1632, Roxbury freem. Nov. 5, 
1633, m - Mrs. Alice Prentice, wid. of Valentine Prentice of R., 1631 ; Mary 2 Watson, m. 
Thomas Stedman 2 . 

Hon. William Burnet Kinney resided at Newark, N. J. 
Founder and editor of the Newark Daily Advertiser, a newspaper 
circulating throughout the State of N. J. for many years. He 
was charge" des affaires of the U. S. at Sardinia in 1 850-1 ; XL S. 
Minister to Sardinia, 1860-4. A friend and adviser of Count 
Cavour. History of Essex and Hudson counties, N. J., By William 
H. Shaw, 1884, p. 224 — extended biographical sketches and 
steel portraits of William B. Kinney and his son, Thomas T. 
Kinney. 

William Burnet Kinney m. 1st, Mary Chandler of Elizabeth- 
town, N. J., b. 1803, d. 1 841. Ch. : William Burnet Kinney, d. 
inf. ; Thomas Talmadge Kinney, b. Aug. 13, 1827, Newark, d. 
N., ab. Nov., 1890, m. N., Oct. 1, 1863, Estelle Condit, b. N., 
Mar. 17, a da. Joel W. and Margaret (Harrison), res. Newark, 
editor and proprietor of Newark Daily Advertiser. Ch. b. New- 
ark : Mary Clementine Kinney m. Nov. 24, 1885, William 
Campbell Clark, b. Paisley, Scotland, Oct., 1864, a s. of James. 
Of firm George A. Clark & Co., Clark Thread Works, Newark ; 
Margaret Condit Kinney ; Estelle Burnet Kinney ; William 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES' CLEVELAND. i N3I 

Burnet Kinney ; Thomas Talmadge Kinney, b. 1872, d. N., Feb. 
14, 1885. 

Kinney ancestry : — Sir Thomas', an English Baronet, knighted for scientific attain- 
ments, especially in mineralogy, visited America before the Revolution to examine min- 
eral resources of N. J. ; Abraham 2 Kinney, Revolution officer, m. Hannah Burnet. 

3227. 

Susan JPvatf Dodfje (Sarah*, Aaron"*, Aaron*, Aaron 3 , Aaron*), d. 

Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 29,' 1854, a. 41, m. Plainfield, N. J., Nov. 
I 5i l8 37> as ist w -> Uzal Cory, b. Morristown, N. J., Sept. 28, 
1812. Ch. : 

+8726 Mary Clementine* Cory, b. Aug. 23, 1838, Plainfield. 

8727 William Dodge 6 Cory, b. Mar. 22, 1840, Hudson, 
N.. Y., m. Feb. 27, 1868, Laura H. Darnee, res., 1881-6, Hillsdale, 
Miami co., Kan. Ch. b. H. : Anna Clementine* Cory, b. Jan. 19, 
1869, d. H., Aug. 1, 1875; Clara Alice* Cory, b. Nov. 4, 1870; 
Susan Frances* Cory, July 27, 1872; Alfred Terry* Cory, 1878. 

James Simon* Cory, b. Dec. 31, 1844, Gainesville, 
Sumter co., Ala., d. N. Y. city, Aug. 28, 1848. 

8728 David Uzal 6 Cory, b. July 10, 1847, Morrist, m. Dec. 
16, 1879, Mary P. Wickes of Englewood, N. J. Ch. : Robert 
Haskell* Cory, b. Sept. 4, 1881 ; David Uzal* Cory, June 5, 1883. 

Frances Stanley White* Cory, b. May 18, Jersey City, 
d. J. C, May 27, 1851. 

Uzal Cory, res. Englewood, 1881-6. He m. 2d, June 10, 
1857, Sarah A. Lyman. 

3228. 

STEPHEN HIGGINSON 7 CLEVELAND (Aaron Porter., 
Aaron", Aaron 4 , Aaron", Aaron", Moses*), d. Dorchester, MaSS., Dec. 23, 

1856, a. 45, m. Boston, M&ss., Rebecca Brundage Vose, b. B., 
Sept. 1, 1 81 6, da, Thomas and Abigail Glover (Howe). Ch. : 

8729 Thomas Vose 8 Cleveland, b. 1840, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., d. at sea June 13, 1858. 

8730 George Henry 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 3, 1844, Ded- 
ham, Mass., unm., resided in Dedham, Boston, Dorchester to 
Oct. 1, 1881, Haverhill, Mass., since ; merchant (1885). Kate 
Winslow 8 Cleveland, b. July 23, 1847, Dedham, d. Dorchester, 
Mar. 23, 1852. 

8731 Abby Salisbury 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 20, 1850, Bos- 
ton, m. Dedham, Dec. 6, 187 1, Charles Melville Longley, b. 
Waterford, Me., June 5, 1850, s. James Osborne and Elizabeth 
Ann (Fogg), 1. Haverhill, carpenter. Ch. : Rebecca Cleveland* 
Longley, b. Sept. 26, 1872, Dedham ; Ada Serene* Longley, Sept. 16, 
1873, South Waterford, Oxford co., Me. ; Thomas Cleveland* 
Longley, b. Sept. 13, 1875, Dedh., d. S. Waterford, May 19, 1876 ; 
George Cleveland* Longley, b. July 14, 1879, S. W., d. S. W., Sept. 
13, 1 88 1 ; Maude Lillian* Longley, b. May 6, 1883, Haverhill. 

8732 Herbert Ashton 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 16, 1856, 
Dorchester, m. Boston Highlands, Boston, Feb. 6, 1879, Corinne 
Maude Clapp, b. West Roxbury, Suffolk co., Mass., Feb. 7, 1861, 
da. William Roswell and Harriet Cecelia (Hazlewood), resided 
in Dorchester, Dedham, Farmington, Me., and 1884, Montpelier, 
Vt, merchant, s. p. 



II02 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Stephen Higginson 7 Cleveland was a pupil of Dea. Samuel 
Greele, resided always in Boston, merchant. .Mrs. Cleveland 
res. Haverhill. 

3229. 

REBECCA SALISBURY 7 CLEVELAND (Aaron Porter», 
Aaron*, Aaron*, Aaron", Aaron"), m. in the Old South Church, Boston, 

Mass., Jan. 4, 1837, Edward McLellan, b. Portland, Me., May- 
15, 1801, only ch. of Isaac and Mary (Blake). Ch. : 

4-8733 Henry Blake* McLellan, b. Dec. 5, 1837, B. Edward 
Cleveland*, b. Sept. 12, 1839, B., d. Aug. 10, 1841. Adelaide Salis- 
bury 9 , b. Feb. 6, 1841, B., d. Aug-. 20, 1842. 

8734 Abby Salisbury* McLellan, b. Jan. 16, 1844, Dedham, 
Mass., m. Boston, Dec. 12, 1867, Charles Henry Colgate, b. Rox- 
bury, Mass., July 31, 1844, a s. William Adams and Louisa 
(Stephens), res. East Somerville, Mass., manfr. of extracts. 
Ch. : Annie Louise* Colgate, b. Aug. 8, 1869, Chelsea, Mass. ; 
Harrief Colgate, b. Dec. 30, 187 1, Somerville, Mass. ; Charles 
Henry* Colgate, b. Feb. 15, 1874, S. ; Florence Adelaide* Colgate, b. 
Sept. 19, 1876, S. ; Mabel Salisbury* Colgate, Oct. 2, 1881, S. 

8735 Mary Elizabeth* McLellan, b. Nov. 24, 1845, Roxbury, 
m. Batavia, 111., Jan. 1, 1874, Thurlow Weed Petit, b. Sharon, 
Schoharie co., N. Y., Apr. 29, 1847, only s. Chester Wheaton and 
Nancy (Collins), res. Lake View, Chicago, 1884, grocer. Ch. b. 
Braidwood, Will CO., 111. : Guy Herbert* Petit, b. Oct. 26, 1874 ; 
Rebie Winnifred* Petit, b. Dec. 30, 1876, d. Sept. 4, 1880 ; Rolland 
Eldred* Petit, b. Aug. 22, 1880. 

8736 Edward* McLellan, b. Sept, -7, 1847, Newton, Mass., 
m. Boston, Nov. 30, 1870, Josephine Maria Sands, b. Washing- 
ton, D. C, June 6, 1846, a da. Hiram and Sarah (Patten), res. 
Boston, merch. Ch. : Grace Josephine* McLellan, b. Feb. 6, 1882. 

8737 Charles Cleveland* McLellan, b. Apr. 5, 1850, Newton, 
d. Chelsea, May 17, 1877, unm., clerk. 

8738 William Eaton* McLellan, b. May 15, 1852, Newton, 
unm., res. Chicago, photographer. 

Edward McLellan resided in Burlington, Middlesex co., 
Mass., and Chelsea, merchant. 

Blake ancestry : — William*, Dorchester, 1630; James 2 , b. Eng., 1623, m. Elizabeth 
Clapp, da. Edward and Prudence; James 3 , b. Aug. 15, 1652, m. 2d, Ruth Batchelder; 
James*, b. Apr. 30, 1688, author of Annals of Dorchester ; Samuel 4 ; Edward 8 ; Mary 7 
Blake m. Isaac McLellan. 

3230. 

THOMAS LATHROP 7 CLEVELAND (Aaron Porter', Aaron's 
Aaron 4 , Aarons, Aaron") } d. Batavia, 111., Apr. IO, 1882, a. 64, m. 

Aurora, 111., Nov. 26, 1840, Olevia Blanchard, b. Smithfield, 
N. Y., July 17, 1823, da. William Love and Hannah Dimick 
(Hull), s. p. 

Thomas Lathrop 7 Cleveland at age of 18 voyaged to the 
East Indies, visiting Sumatra, Java, and Calcutta. Remained 
abroad 2 years and returned to Boston, and soon after, with a 
stock of goods, came to the then "far West," locating as one of 
the first merchants of Batavia on the beautiful Fox river. In 
i860 he became station agt. of the Chicago, Burlington, and 
Quincy R. R., remaining in that position to fall of 1882, when 



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he engaged in other "business. He was elected, Apr., 1882, 
Township Collector by a large majority. He was a member of 
Aurora Commandery, Knights Templar. Mrs. Olevia (Blan- 
chard) Cleveland res. Batavia, 1882. 

, 3231. 

George TV 1 JPratt (Susan«, Aaron's, Aaron*, Aaron', Aaron 2 ), d. 

Rochester, N. Y., July 19, 1879, a. 74, m. R., Oct. 2, 1827, Mary 
Byington, b. Redding, Conn., Apr. 28, 1807, d. Rochester, Feb. 
21, 1894, a da. Joel and Deborah (Rockwell). Resided in 
Rochester 50 years, banker and broker, s. p. 

3232. 

Mary Burr 1 Pratt (susan«), d. New York, N. Y., Dec. 30, 
1891, a. 84, m. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1830, Phineas Baldwin 
Cook, b. Litchfield, Conn., Nov. 24, 1803, d. Feb. 7, 1887, a s. 
Nathan and Abigail (Beckwith). Ch. b. Rochester : 

8739 Julia Pratf Cook, b. June 10, 1838, m. N. Y. city 
Apr. 22, 1861, William Henry Hotchkin, b. Watertown, N. Y., 
Sept. 12, 1840, s. Josiah Bacon and Keziah (Austin); res. Water- 
town, was Lt. and Q. M. 8th N; Y. N. G., Washington Greys, 3 
months. At the first Bull Run battle had charge of the brigade 
baggage and brought it all back. Was appointed, 1,862, keeper 
in the Auburn State Prison until 1866, when he became a re- 
porter for the World j studied law in Watertown 1870, adm. to 
the bar 1872; justice of the peace 1879^0 1883. Ch. : William 
Herbert* Hotchkin, b. Feb. 29, 1862, New York city, d. Water- 
town June 3, 1883 ; Walter Bryant 9 Hotchkin, b. July 30, 1865, 
Auburn ; Caro Sherman 9 Hotchkin, b. July 10, 1872, Watertown, 
d. Nov. 25, 1887. 

8740 Mary Cleveland* Cook,b. May 4, 1840, res. N. Y. c, unm. 
Elizabeth Clemenf Cook, b. Aug. 13, d. R. Nov. 1, 1842. 

8741 Frances Maria 6 Cook, b. Sept. 2, 1843, unm.; res. N. 
Y. city. Da.\ b. Mar. 23, d. R. Apr. 24, 1848. 

8742 Henry Martyn* Cook, b. Feb. 8, 1850, unm.; res. N. Y. 
city. Dwelt in Rochester to 1850, Charlotte to 1856, Lakeland, 
N. Y., to 1857, N. Y. city from 1857 (1895). ' 

3233. 

Susan Cleveland 7 Pratt (susan«), m. Rochester, N. Y., 
June 28, 1830, Elijah Webster, b. Litchfield, Conn., May 31, 1805, 
d. Dec. 16, 1889, a s. Benjamin and Sarah (Hotchkiss). Ch. : 
8743 George Pratf Webster, b. Dec. 31, 1831, Seneca Falls, N. Y., 
d. Oakfield, N. Y., Mar. 27, 1857, unm. 

+8744 Henry Cleveland* Webster, b. Oct. 10, 1833, Seneca 
Falls, N. Y. 

+8745 Elijah Dexter* Webster, b. Feb. 16, 1836, Oakfield, N.Y. 
8746 Susan Elizabeth* Webster, b. Oct. 1, 1838, Oakfield, m. 
Albion, N. Y., Nov. 19, 1878, Charles Walton, b. Leicestershire, 
Eng., Apr. 24, 1843, s. Thomas and Mary (Elderton). Dwelt 
near Albion; res. 1883-95, Petoskey, Emmet co., Mich., farmer. 
s. P. 



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8747 Lucy Emily* Webster, b. Oct. 25, 1841, Oakfield, m. 
Albion June 8, 1868,. William Hicks Buck, b. Chelsea, Vt., May 
14, 181 7, d. Albion Nov. 28, 1887, s - Samuel and Harriet (Hicks). 
Dwelt Brooklyn, N. Y., to 1877, since at Albion, book-keeper. 
Mrs. Buck still res. Albion 1895. Ch. b. Brooklyn : William 
Landus* Buck, b. May 10, 1869, unm.; res. Rochester 1895, 
attendant; Edgar Wallace* Buck, July 21, 187 1, unm., res. R., 
stenographer. 8748 Caroline Cornelia!' Webster, b. Sept. 17, 1847. 
Oakfield, unm., res. Albion 1895. 

8749 Mary Amelia* Webster, b. Nov. 28, 1850, Oakfield, d. 

Petoskey, Mich., Feb. 27, 1890, m. Feb. 16, 1887, Charles Walton. 

Elijah Webster resided at Seneca Falls to 1835, Oakfield to 

1858, Albion afterward. Mrs. Susan Cleveland" 1 {Pratt) Webster 

still res. at Albion 1895-6. 

Webster ancestry : — Benjamin', Benjamin 3 , Benjamin 3 , Benjamin 4 , Benjamin 6 , Ben- 
jamin 9 Webster m. Sarah Hotchkiss. 

3234. 

Julia Dodge 1 JPratt (susan<>), d. Rochester, N. Y. t Jan. 25, 
1836, a. 25, m. R. Sept. 11, 1834, as 1st w., Alexander Jay Burr, 
b. Troy, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1810, d. Rochester Feb. 1, 1838, a s. 
Timothy and Mary (Chapin). (He m. 2d Mary Luanda 1 Smith 
+3244.) Resided at Rochester, jeweler, s. p. 

3235. 

Henry ZaChariah 7 Pratt (Susan', Aaron", Aaron*, Aaron", Aaron*, 

Mosesi), d. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 31, 1863, a. 50, m. H. Aug. 19, 
1835, Lucy Elizabeth Brace, b. H. July 5, 1814, d. New York, 
N. Y., Feb. 1, 1866, a da. of Thomas Kimberly and Lucy Mather 
(Lee). Ch.: 

-I-8750 Henry Cleveland* Pratt, b. Sept. 8, 1836, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Thomas Brace* Pratt, b. Mar/21, 1838, B., d. B. Sept. 1840. 

+8751 George Walter* Pratt, b. Feb. 13, 1840, B. 

-(-8752 William Hall Brace* Pratt, b. Oct. 16, 1842, B. 

-(-8753 Lucy Brace* Pratt, b. Feb. 27, 1846, B. 

8754 Charles Cleveland* Pratt, b. Aug. 19, 1848, Hartford, 
d. Jan. 16, 1887, unm.; res. Geneva, nurseryman. 

8755 Emilie Brace* Pratt, b. Nov. 17, 1850, Hartford, m. 
Brooklyn, Apr. n, 1874, Prof. Edward Thomas Owen, b. Hart- 
ford, Mar. 4, 1850, s. Elijah Hunter and Susannah (Boardman)* 
Grad. Yale 1872, Prof, of French language and literature in 
University of Wis. 1879. Resided, 1874-6, Gottingen, Germany, 
Hartford to 1879, Madison, Wis., to 1886, California; Madison 
1894-5. Ch. : Ethel* Owen, b. July 23, 1876, Hartford ; Cornelia 
Loomis* Owen, June 17, 1880, Madison ; Emily Pratt* Owen, May 
30, 1886, M. 

8756 Susan Cleveland* Pratt, b. Oct. 3, 1855, Hartford, m. 
June 17, 1885, Dr. Henry Baird Favill of Madison. Res. Chica- 
go, 111., 1894. Ch. : John* Favill, b. Sept.. 8, 1886. 8757 Edward 
Lee*, b. Aug. 1, 1861, Hartford, d. Brooklyn, Jan. 27, 1867. 

Mr. Henry Zachariah" 1 Pratt, residence first in Hartford. He 
became, in 1834, a partner of Robinson, Pratt & Co. of Hart- 
ford, booksellers and publishers. The business removed, 1835, 



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to New York, and he then lived in Brooklyn. Removed, 1848, 
to Hartford, but continued business in New York. 

Brace, Bracy, Bracie ancestry : — 6 arms : BRACY ; 5 : Brace : (Worcestershire). 
Sa. a bend betw. 2 hands and arms couped at the elbows ar. habited in mail ppr. Crest 
— An arm embowed, habited in mail, holding in the hand all ppr. a sword ar. hilt or. . . . 
Stephen 1 Bracy [dropped the final y] came from London, Eng., 1660, of Swanzey, Mass., 
1669, removed to Hartford 1672, located on lot 13 Charter st. 1673, lived near Little river 
in H., owned land at Rocky Hill, Gt. Meadow, Padaquanck, etc., hatter, d. Hartford 
1692, estate ^400, left a widow ; John 2 , b. H. 1677, m., 1705, Mary Webster, the great- 
grand da. of John Webster, 5th Gov. of Conn. ; Jonathan 3 , b. Hartford 1708, an orig. set- 
tler of Harwinton, Conn., 1740, m. Nov. 7, 1738, Mary Messinger of Hartford ; Hon. Jona- 
than 4 , b. Harwinton, Nov. 12, 1754, grad. Yale 1779, studied law under Oliver Ellsworth, 
Chief Justice U. S., settled in Glastonbury, Conn. ; resided about 5 years in Vt., mostly 
in Bennington co. (Manchester), and obtained an extensive and lucrative practice in 
Bennington and Rutland counties, was justice of the peace, and by the Freemen of Vt. 
was chosen a Member of the Council of Censors, a body constituted and empowered to 
revise the Constitution of Vt, to examine and point out errors in judicial and other pro- 
ceedings, etc., was State Attorney until he returned to Glastonbury, continued law 
practice in Hartford co. until 1794, chosen representative to Gen. Assembly 1788, May, 
1791, Oct., 1791, May, 1792, May, 1793, May, 1794 ; rem., Aug., 1794, to Hartford, where he 
pursued his profession with success until 1809, was State Attorney for Hartford county, 
Judge of the County Court 12 years, Chief Judge, Judge of Probate 15 years. Was 
chosen, May, 1798, an Assistant, and 1799 Representative to Congress, and again chosen, 
Mav, i8co. The Session closed May, 1801, and was the last meeting of Congress in Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Was again chosen May, 1802, and annually until 1819, when the State, hav- 
ing adopted a new Constitution, he was chosen Senator. Served again 1820, attending 
New Haven session, but declined further election. Was Mayor of Hartford 9 years un- 
til Nov., 1824, when he resigned ; d. Hartford Sept. 26, 1837, m. Apr. 15, 1778, Mrs. Ann 
White Kimberly of Glastonbury, wid. of Thomas Kimberly ; Thomas Kimberly 5 Brace, 
b. Oct. 16, 1779, grad. Yale 1801, studied law, adm. to the baf, many years Mayor of Hart- 
ford, the first President of the JEtna. Fire Ins. Co., a position he held with honor 38 years, 
untiLhis death, June 14, i860, m. 1st Aug. 25, 1807, Lucy Mather Lee, b. 1785, of Westfield, 
Massv d. Mar. 6, 1837, da. of John and Lucy (Mather 9 ). 

Mather ancestry ; — John*, Thomas 2 , Richard 3 [see -fun] ; Timothy 4 , b. Liverpool, 
Eng., 1628, of Dorchester, Mass., m. 1st Catharine Atherton, a. da. of Maj.-Gen. Humph- 
rey Atherton, who came perhaps from Preston, Lancashire, Eng., and was of Dorchester 
1636 ; Rev. Samuel 6 , b. D. July 5, 1650, m. Hannah Treat 3 ; Dr. Samuel 8 , b. 1677, of 
W indsor, Gonn., d. Feb. 6, 1745-6, m. Apr. 13, 1704, Abigail Gram 3 ; Dr. Samuel 7 , b. Jan. 
6, 1706, of Northampton, Mass., m. Martha Holcomb; Dr. Samuel 8 , b. N. June 10, 1737, 
m. Grace Mosely ; Lucy 9 Mather, b. Jan. 20, 1767, of Westfield, Mass., d. Oct. 12, 1785, m. 
John Lee. — Mather Gen., iqi. 

Grant ancestry : — Matthew 1 [see +586] ; Samuel", b. Nov. 12, 1631, of East Windsor, 
m. Mary Porter, a da. John and Rose of Windsor ; Abigail 3 Grant m. Samuel Mather 8 . 

Treat ancestry : — Hon. Richard 1 , b. (probably in London), Eng., ab. 1590, of Weth- 
ersfield, Conn., representative in the first Gen. Court, 1737, an Assistant 1658-65, was one 
of the 19 (including 2 of his sons-in-law, John Demon or Deming of W., and Matthew 
Campfield of New Haven and Newark, N. J.), to whom the Royal Charter of Conn, was, 
by Charles II, granted Apr. 23, 1662, for the junction of the two colonies, d. Wethersfield 
1669, m. 1st, Eng., Joan, who came to America with him ; Hon. Robert" b. (prob. London) 
Eng. 1622, of Milford, Corin., Assist, of the New Haven colony 1659, rep. under the new 
admin., was command. -in-chief in Philip's war, Dep. Gov. 1676 ( Hon. William Leete then 
Gov.), after Leete d., 1683, succeeded him as Gov. By the royal constitution of Sir Edmund 
Andros to be head of all the Northern provinces, Treat was named one of his council 
and was hailed Governor, serving 15 years, d. July 12, 1710, m. 1st Jane Tapp, she d. Apr. 
8, 1703, da. of Edmund of Milford ; Hannah 3 Treat m. Samuel Mather 5 . 

3236. 

Abigail Cook 1 Pratt (susan<>), d. Geneva, N. Y., Oct. 19, 
1875, fa. 61, m. Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1842, Rev. Lyman 
Parsons Judson, b. Bridgewater, N. Y., July 2, 1809, d. Lafay- 
ette, Sussex co., N. j\, Apr. 4, 1882, a s. Silas and Mary (Mur- 
phy). Ch.: 

8758 Edward Lyman* Judson (Corp.), b. June 7., 1845, Roch- 
ester, d. near Kelly's Ford, Va., July 31, 1863, unm, from ex- 
posure after the battle of Gettysburg, Pa. Enlisted at Hart- 
ford, 1862, in 5th Regt. Conn. Vols., promoted corp. for bravery. 

8759 Harry Pratt* Judson, b. Dec. 20, 1849, Jamestown, 
N. Y., m. Troy, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1879, Rebecca Anna Gilbert, b. 
T. June 7, 1856, da. Arad Bascom and Sarah (Kemp), grad. Wil- 
liams coll., Mass., 1870, res. Troy 1870-83 ; principal of Troy 
high school, res. Chicago, 111., 1894, Dean of the University of 
Chicago. Ch. b. Troy : Alice Cleveland* Judson, Apr. 19, 1880 ; 
Edith Pratt* Judson, Mar. 2, 1883. 

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8760 Susan Cleveland* Judson, b. Mar. 25, 1855, Honeoye 
Falls, Monroe co., N. Y., m. Waterford, N. Y., Mar. 6, 1878, 
James McRea Robertson, b. Quantico, Md., Nov. 15, 1842, s. 
Thomas and Elizabeth (Leatherberry), res. Vienna, Dorches- 
ter co., Md., 1 883, county surveyor. Ch. b. Vienna : Ethel Cleve- 
land* Robertson, b. Sept. 22, 1879, d. V. Jan. ir, i88t; Clara Pratt 9 
Robertson, b. Jan. 22, 1884, d. V. Aug. 22, 1885 ; Edgar Wallace 9 
Robertson, b. May 29, 1886. 

8761 Charles Dexter* Judson, b. Sept. 8, 1858, Geneva, m. 
Preston, Caroline co., Md., Sept. 24, 1879, Sabina Squires, b. 
Cranston, R. I., Oct. 26, 1850, da. Thomas and Rachel (Carr), ed- 
itor of Seaford Enterprise, Seaford, Sussex co., Del. See Bibli- 
ography, Chap. IV. Ch.: Miriam Emma* Judson,\>. Feb. 9, East 
New Market, Dorchester co., Md., d. E. N. M., Aug. 12, 1881; 
Edward Lyman 9 Judson, b. Jan. 9, 1883, Seaford; Harry Pratt 9 
Judson, May 30, 1885, Providence, R. I. 

Rev. Lyman P. Judson, a Presbyterian clergyman, Hart- 
ford, Conn., Rochester, installed at Warsaw and Victor, N. Y., 
afterward pastor of the Baptist church at Waterford, N. Y. f 1867, 
Stillwater to 1880, Lafayette, N. J. 

3237. 

. James Hyde 1 J*ratt (susan»), m. 1st, Pittsford, N. Y., Sept. 
15, 1840, Maria Edgeworth Boughton, b. East Bloomfield, N. Y. 7 
June 17, 1816, d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1848, da. Frederick 
and Elizabeth (Collins). He m. 2d, N. Y. city, Sept. 26, 1859, 
Sophie Boyd, b. Sackett's Harbor, N.Y., Aug. 28, 1833, da. Prof. 
James Robert and Elizabeth (Camp). Ch. : 8762 Francis Cleve- 
land* Pratt, b. Apr. 15, 1842, Rochester, N. Y., d. R. Aug. 22, 
1843 ; Frederick Boughton* Pratt, b. July 5, 1844, Brooklyn, d. 
Pittsford, Feb. 25, 1845; James Henry* Pratt, b. Feb. 18, 1846, 
Brooklyn, d. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 21, 1847. 

8763 Julia Cleveland* Pratt, b. Feb. 17, 1848, Brooklyn, d. 
N. Y. city, Mar. 26,. 1878, m. Albany, N. Y., June 10, 1874, Elliot 
Smith, b. N. Y. city, July 10, 1847, s. Augustus Fitzalan and 
Lucy (Elliot), of N. Y. city, lawyer, s. p. By 2d m.: 

8764 Robert James* Pratt, b. Oct. 28, i860, N. Y. city, m. 
Baltimore, Md., Oct. 28, 1885, Sarah Haviland Easter, b. B. July 
26, 1866, da. Hamilton and Anna (Haviland), grad. Union coll., 
Schenectady, N. Y., res. Greenbush Heights, opp. Albany. Ch. : 
James Hamilton 91 Pratt, b. Sept. 26, 1886. Maggie Wood* Pratt, b. 
Nov. 3, 1862, N. Y. c, d. Albany Feb. 2, 1864. 8765 Henry Zach- 
ariah* Pratt, b. Jan. 1, 1864, A., res. Greenbush Heights. 8766 
John Scott Boyd* Pratt, b. Nov. 1, 1866-7, Geneva, N. Y., res. 
Greenb. H. 

James Hyde" 1 Pratt .resided in Rochester, Brooklyn, and Al- 
bany ; Greenbush Heights, (1883-95). 

Prof. James Robert Boyd grad. Union coll., author of Boyd's 
Rhetoric and other school text-books, m. Sept. 26, 1832, Eliza- 
beth Camp of Sackett's Harbor. 

3238. 

Lucy Coit Huntington 1 Pratt (Susan*, Aaron 8 , Aaron*, Aaron 3 , Aaron 2 , 

Mosesi), m. in Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1842, Horace Dwight 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



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Wade, b. Chester, Mass., Apr. 3, 1818, d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 
3, 1873, a son °f William and Thankful (Taylor). Ch.: 8767 Em- 
ma Cleveland* Wade, b. Feb. 1, 1844, Rochester, unm., res. Brook- 
lyn. 8768 William Dwight* Wade, b. Sept. 9, 1847, Rochester, 
unm.; res. Brooklyn (1895), office in New York ; Lucy Pratt* 
Wade, b. July 18, 1853, Brooklyn, d. B. Feb. 16, 1865. 

Horace Dwight Wade lived at Rochester from 1841 to 1851, 
and afterward at Brooklyn, where Mrs. Wade still res. 

Wade ancestry ; — Jonathan 1 (brother of Thomas Wade of co. Northampton, Eng.), 
■came from Northampton, Eng., arrived in the ship Lion, Sept. 16, 1632, settled first at 
■Charlestown, Mass., and afterwards at Ipswich, Mass., where he d. ,Dec, 1684, m - Susan- 
na, who came over with him ; Maj. Nathaniel 2 b. Ipswich 1648, d. Medford, Mass., Nov. 
28, 1707, m. Mercy Bradsteet 4 , b. 1647 ; Jonathan 3 b. Medford, Mar. 5, 1681, m. Mary ; Na- 
thaniel 4 , b. Medford, Jan. 27, 1708, d. Providence, R. I., July, 17 s4, m. Ruth Hawkins; 
John* b. Scituate, R. L, Jan. 1, 1746, d. South Brimfield, Mass., Feb. 27, 1794, m. Sarah 
Sawyer ; William 6 Wade b. South Brimfield, Oct. 20, 1778, d. Chester, Mass., Sept. 7, 1828, 
m. Thankful Taylor 4 , b. Montgomery, Mass., Feb. 23, 1782, d. Brooklyn, Jan. 16, 1859. 

Taylor ancestry .- — Rev. Edward 1 b. Coventry, Leicestershire, Eng., 1647, arr. at 
Boston, Mass., July 5, 1668, grad. Harvard, 1671, was the first minister of Westfield, Mass., 
m. 2d, Ruth Wyllys 8 ; Hon. Eldad 2 , b. Westfield, Apr. 10, 1708, d. Boston, 1777, m. 2d, 
Thankful Day ; Maj. Edward 3 , b. Westfield, Jan. 25, 1743, d. Montgomery, June 7, 1817, 
m. Sarah Ingersoll ; Thankful 4 Taylor m. William Wade«. 

, Wyllys, Willis ancestry : — if . E. His. Gen. Reg-., XLV : iqo — Authorized Arms. 
WILLIS, George, of Hartford, Conn. From Fenny Compton, Warwick ; in Visitation of 
Warwick. Arms — Argent a chevron Sable between three mullets Gules. Evidence ; 
His own will of 1644 at London. [Arms illustrated in Trumbull's Hartford co., I: 27/.] 
. . . Ambrose 1 , whose pedigree is traced back in Eng. for several generations, d. bef. 
1597 ; Richard" Wyllys, Esq., of Fenny Compton, Eng., d. June 10, 1597, m. Hester Cham- 
bers, da. of George Chambers of Wilhamscqte, co. Oxford, Eng. ; Gov. George 3 b. Fenny 
■Compton, ab. 1590. In Camden's visitation of Warwicksh. 1619, George Wyllys is de- 
scribed as living at Fenny Compton, age 29, with his w., Bridget Young, da. of William 
Young of Kingston Hall. Of Hartford, Conn., 1638, m. 2d, Mary, who came with him to 
New England ; Hon. Samuel 4 b. Eng. 1632, grad. Harvard 1653 °* Hartford, m. 1st, Ruth 
Haynes 3 ; Ruth Wyllys, m. "Rev. Edward Taylor 1 . 

Haynes ancestry : — John 1 of Coddicot, co. Hertford, Eng., tn. Mary Michell, perhaps 
sister to Thomas Michell of Tvinge, co. Hertford, Eng., an overseer of his will ; Gov. 
John 3 b. 1594 of Copford Hall, Essex, arr. Sept. 3, 1633, of Cambridge, Mass., gov. of 
Mass. 1635, of Hartford, May 1637, and gov. of Conn, many years, m. 2d, Mabel Harlaken- 
den 2 , b. 1614, bap. Earl's Colne Priory, co. Essex, Eng., Dec. 27, 1614, Ruth 3 Haynes m. 
Samuel Wyllys 4 . 

Harlakenden ancestty : — N. E. Reg-., XL V : iSq — Authorized Arms : Harlaken- 
DEN, Roger. Az. a f ess erm. betw. 3 lion's heads erased or. . . . Richard 1 of Earl's 
Colne, Eng. ; Mabel 2 Harlakenden came (with her bro. Roger, b. Earl's C. Oct 1, 1611) 
from Eng. to America in ship Defence, Oct, 163s, m. Gov. John Haynes 2 . 

Bradstreet ancestry : ' Bradstreet, Rev. Simon 2 , Gov. Simon 3 [see + noo] 

m. 1st, Anne Dudley 3 ; Mercy 4 Bradstreet, m. Nathaniel Wade 2 . 

Dudley ancestry .• — Roger 1 , Gov. Thomas 2 [see + noo] Anne 3 Dudley m. Gov. Simon 
Bradstreet 3 . 

3239. 

Sarah JSli&abeth' JPratt (susan"), m. Rochester, N. Y., 
July 18, 1844, William Augustus Herri ck, b. West Springfield, 
Mass., Mar. 2, 1820, d. June 11, 1887, s. Avery and Mary (Cha- 
pin). Ch. b. Rochester, N. Y.: 

8769 William Cleveland* Herrick, b. July 3, 1845, m - Pitts- 
field, Mass., Aug. 24, 1882, Frances Dewey Fuller, b. Lee, Mass., 
Feb. 2, da. Benjamin Holland and Abigail (Bassett), dwelt N.Y. 
city, stationer, res. Chicago, 111., 1883, Springfield, Mass., 1894, 
s. p. 8770 Elizabeth Pratt* Herrick, b. Dec. 20, 1850, res. Geneva, 
unmarried. 

8771 Lucy Wade* Herrick, b. Nov. 29, 1852, res. Geneva, 
unm. William Augustus Herrick resided in Rochester 1840 to 
May, 1854, Geneva since, flour merchant of Geneva. 

3240. 

John Morrison? Pratt (susan<>, Aaron*, 4 , 3 , 2 ), d. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Sept. 18, 1879, a. 57, m. 1st, Hartford, Conn., June 3, 1846, 
Mary Watson Tudor, b. H. July 7, 1825, d. H. May 29, 1855, da. 



iio 8 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

William Watson and Mary Dalrymple (Bruce). He m. 2d r 
Brooklyn, Dec. 26, 1872, Mrs. Mary Jane (Ames) Foster, b. Pep- 
erell, Mass., widow Amasa Smith Foster, da. Asa and Sarah. 
(Spaulding). Ch. b. Brooklyn, by 1st m.: 

+8772 William Tudor 9 Pratt, b. July 2, 1847. 

Edward Cleveland* Pratt, b. Apr. 22, 1850, d. Berlin, 
Conn., Oct. 22, 1857. 

8773 Mary Tudor" Pratt, b. Feb. 18, 1853, m. Brooklyn, 
Feb. 9, 1876, Edwin Lee Allen, b. North Scituate, Providence 
co., R. I., Feb. 29, 1848, son Edwin Lee and Lydia Waterman 
(Smith), res. Brooklyn 1861-95 ; produce commission merchant 
in N. Y. city. Ch. b. Brooklyn : Edwin Lee* Allen, Jan. 28, 1877 5 
Harold Bruce* Allen, May 17, 1880 ; Marion Tudor* Allen, Jan. 31,. 
1883 ; John Pratt* Allen, Dec. 18, 1895. 

8774 Alice Cleveland* Pratt, b. Apr. 7, 1855, m. Brooklyn,. 
Nov. 23, 1881, Theodore Conkling, b. Greenbush Heights, opp. 
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1856, son Theodore Haresonyer and 
Elizabeth Pratt (Aiken), res. N. Y. city, cloth merchant, s. p. 
2d m., s. p. 

John Morrison^ Pratt lived at Hartford to May, 1829, Roch- 
ester, N. Y., to autumn of 1840, Auburn to 1841, Berlin, Conn.,. 
1856-60, Brooklyn finally. Successively merch., manufacturer, 
and publisher in New York city. 

Tudor ancestry : —3 arms : Tudor Trevor (Lord "of Whittington co. Salop, Found- 
er of the Tribe of the Marches, living- A. D. 924). Per bend sinister ertn. and erminois ; 
over all a lion ramp. or. . . . Owen, or Owyn 1 , ac. to trad, from Wales, claim of re- 
lationship to possessor of Gr. Britain throne, Windsor, Conn., 1645, m. Mrs. Mary (Loo- 
mis) Skinner, wid. John Skinner, da. Joseph of W.; Samuel 2 , b. W. Dec. 5, 1652, m. Mrs. 
Abigal (FilleyJ Bissell, wid. John Bissell, da. William and Margaret of W.; Rev. Sam- 
uel 3 , Yale 1728, of Poquonock, m. Mary Smith, da. of Joseph and Esther of Middletown,. 
Conn.; Samuel 4 , m. Naomi Diggens ; Samuel 6 , m. Mary Watson 6 ; William Watson 6 Tu- 
dor, b. 1801^ Yale 1820, m. Mary Dalrymple Bruce 33 . — Loomis gen. Female Lines., 1 : 14b. 

Bruce, Brusce, De Brus ancestry, 2 lines : — The name of Brus or Bruis, taken origi- 
nally from the castle of Bruis, in the diocese of Coutance, Normandy, assumed after- 
ward, in documents, rolls, etc., a variety of orthography : Braiosa, Braos, de Braosa, 
Braose, Braus, de Brawse, Breause, Brehuse, Breos, Breosa, Breous, Breouse, Breuhosa, 
Breuse, Brewes, Brewis, Brewose, Brewosa, Brews, Breyosa, Broosa', Bruis, de Bruse, 
Bruys; and in France and Normandy : Briouze, Brois, Brueis, Brueix, Brues, Bruex,. 
Brueys: — 27 arms: Bruce (Kennet; [carried by this branch — one of the very few- 
American families who legally carry arms] ; founded by Thomas De Bruys of Kennet, 
younger brother of Sir David Bruce'of Clackmannan, who succeeded in 1405). Or, a sal- 
tire and chief gti. the last charged with a mullet ar. Crest — A hand holding a sceptre 
ppr. Motto — Fuimus. . . . From Ord^s History of Cleveland, opp. p. 245 — Pedigree, 
of the Illustrious and Noble Family of Bruce, from the Year 721. . . . 
Thebotawi, Duke of Sleswick and Stormarch, was living A. D. 721, m. . Gundella, da. of 
Vitellan, Lord of Bellansted, etc., in Germany, Euslin or Ouslin 2 , a Dane, surnamed 
Ghimrice. m. Ascda, da. of Ragenwald, s. of Ola'rius, King of Norway ; Regenwald 3 , a 
Danish Earl, Lord of N. and S. Mura, m. [1st?], Groe, da. of Unemund, Count of Feoden \. 
Eynor*, Earl of the Orkneys, surnamed Turff Eynor ; Torfin 6 , Earl of the O. and Shet- 
land Isles, m. Gailcota, da. of Duncan, Earl of Caithness ; Lother 6 , Earl of O., m. Alfrica, 
da. of Samerlad, Prince of Argyle ; Sygurt 7 , Earl, surm. Corpulent, m. Alice, da. of Mal- 
colm II, King of Scotland ; Brusce 8 , Earl of Caithness, m. Ostrida, da. of Regenald, 
Earl of Gothland and Vigin ; Regenwald 9 , m. Arlogia, da. of Waldamar. Duke of Rus- 
sia; Robert" de Brusce, built "La Brusce" castle of Bruis, n. Valognes, in the diocese 
of Coutance, Normandy, was Counsellor to Robert, Duke of Normandy, m. Emma, da. 
of Allan, Earl of Bretagne ; Robert 11 de Brusce, or Brus, of Skelton Castle, in Cleveland,, 
a noble Norman knight, the first of this race of heroes and patriots who landed in Eng. 
with the Conqueror 1066, held 43 manors in E. and W. Ridings, d. about 1094, m. Agnes, 
da. of Waltheg, Earl of St. Clair ; Robert 12 de Bruce, Lord of Skelton, founded Guisbor- 
ough Priory 1119 [his charter mentions Uctred de Cliveland 2 +17702], d. 5 ides May, 
1141, buried in the priory, m. Agnes, da. of Fulk Pagnell, a great baron. Buried in Guis- 
borough Priory ; Robert 13 de Bruce, Lord of Annandale, Scotl., in right of his wife. He 
laid aside his paternal arms and carried those of Annandale, m. Agnes, da. and h. of De 
Annan, Lord of Annandale ; Robert", Lord of A., d. Dec, 1183, m. Isabel, da. of William 
the Lion, King of Scotl. ; William 15 de Brus, Lord of A., sat in Parliament of King John, d. 
7 kal., Aug. 16th John, bur. in Gisboro ; Robert 16 , Lord of A., d. 1245, bur. Sawtry Abbey,. 
Hunts., m. Isabel, 2d da. and h. of David, Earl of Huntingdon, bro. and h. to William, King 
of Scotl. : Robert 17 , competition for crown of Scotl., gov. of Carlisle, m. Isabel, da. of Gil- 
bert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester ; Sir John 18 de Bruce, knight, witness to charter to Tin- 
call Abbey (brother to Robert de Brus, father of the Kings Bruce — see ante Origin of the 
Cleveland family) ; Sir Robert 19 de Bruce, knight ; Sir Robert 20 de Bruce, succeeded, at 



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death of King David Bruce, as heir-male of the Bruces. Had charter from King David, of 
castle Clackmannan, m. Isabel, da. of Sir Robert Stewart of Rosythe ; Sir Robert 21 Bruce, 
of Clackmannan, d. 1405, m. a da. of Sir John Scrymgeour of Dudhope ; Sir David 32 , m. 
Toan, da. of Sir John Stewart ; John" 3 , m. Elizabeth, da. of David Stewart of Rosyth ; 
Sir David 24 , m. Marion, da. of Sir Robert Herries of Ferreagles ; David 2 ' ; Archibald 28 
Bruce, of Clackm., m. Margaret Bruce 28 [her ancestry : Sir Robert 21 — see above — of C, 
A. 1405 ; Thomas 22 , to whom his father granted the lands of Kennet, May 8, 1389, founder 
■of the Kennet Bruces ; Thomas 2 ' ; David 24 , m. Agnes Redhach ; David 25 ; Patrick 26 ; 
Robert 2 ', 1556, all of Kennet, m. a da. of Andrew Kinmont, Esq.; Margaret 28 Bruce]; 
Robert 27 , Esq., of Kennet and Clackm., m. Elizabeth, da. of Alexander Gall of Maw, 
Fifeshire ; Robert 28 , acq. 1642 lands of Eister Kennet, and charter 1648 of barony of Shan- 
body, m. Agnes, da. of Patrick Murray of Perdowe, by Margaret, his wife, da. of Lord 
Colville of Culross ; Rev. Alexander 29 , had the lands of Gartlett from his father, char- 
ter Mar. 2, 1670, d. Veincash, co. Armagh, Ireland, 1704, m. Margaret, da. of Js. Cleiland, 
by Isabel Kennedy, his w., of the family of the Earl of Cassillis; Hon. James 30 , went out 
to Barbadoes Isl., a judge there, d. 1749, bur. in St. Andrew's church, B., m. Keturah, da. 

of Osborne, Esq., of B.; Hon. Joseph Osborne 31 , judge, had, with his w., estates 

in B., etc., m. Jane, da. and h. of Samuel Barwick, Esq., pres. of Council, Gov. of Barba- 
does 1732, and grandda. of Col. Samuel Barwick, Gov. of B. 1666 ; Barwick' 3 Bruce,M.D., 
b. 1756, magistrate, Physician-Gen. to Militia Forces of Barbadoes, died May 13, 1841, m. 
Amabel, da. and coh. of Nathaniel Walrond, Esq., of B., a lineal desc. of Col. Hum- 
phrey Walrond, Gov. of the Isl. 1660, and a coh. to ancient barony of "De Welles" — 
Bankers Baronia Anglica, 1 : 453 ; Mary Dalrympless Bruce, m. William Watson Tudor 8 . 

Watson ancestry : — Robert 1 , from" London, Windsor, m. Dec. 10, 1646. Mary Rock- 
well, da. John of W.; Ebenezer 2 , b. Apr. 25, 1661, of E. Windsor, m. Abigail Kelsie of W.; 
Ebenezer 3 , m. Anne Trumbull, da. of Ammi 3 (evidently' Josephs, Suffield, John 1 ) Trum- 
bull and Ann 3 (Samuel 2 m. Mary Cadwell, Thomas 1 , Hartford) Burnham ; John 4 , m. 
Anne Bliss, da. Ebenezer and Ann (Gaylord 6 ) ; Mary 5 Watson, m. Samuel Tudor*. 

Gaylord ancestry : —J ohn 4 , of E. Windsor [we think he is John 4 , John 3 , William 2 , 
William 1 , of Dorchester], m. 1712, Hannah Grant* ;, Ann 5 Gaylord, m. Ebenezer Bliss. 

Grant ancestry .■ — Matthew 1 ; Samuel 2 [see +3235]; Samuel 3 , m. 2d, Grace Miner; 
Hannah 4 Grant. 

Mary Jane Ames m. ist, Amasa Smith Foster. Ch.: Harold 
Foster, d.; Ida Foster, b. Brookl., m. Eugene Crampton of B.; 
ch.: 2. 

3241. 

Covnelia IT Pratt (Susan«, Aaron 5 , Aaron 4 , Aaron 3 , Aaron", Moses*), 

•died at Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 2, 1895, a. 67, m. ist, at Rochester, 
N. Y., Aug. 11, 185 1, Edgar Wallace Lynde, b. at Guilford, Vt., 
Dec. 7, 1824, d. at Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 11, 1854, a s. of Thomas 
and Rectina Francese (Houghton). She m. 2d, at Geneva, N. 
Y., Oct. 7, 1858, as 3d w., Simeon Lorenzo Loomis, born East 
Windsor, Conn., Mar. 2, 1792, d. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 23, 1863, 
a son of Simeon and Betsey (Foster). Both m.: s. p. 

Mrs. Cornelia E 1 {Pratt) [Lynde] Loomis resided at Rochester, 
Hartford, Brooklyn, and Geneva, N. Y., and her death occurred 
while visiting, and at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Rob- 
inson Kennedy, where the funeral took place Apr. 4 ; burial, 
Apr. 5, in Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, by the side of her 
busband, Edgar Wallace Lynde. Mrs. Loomis was greatly be- 
loved by a very large circle of relatives and friends. To her 
-efforts are largely due the completeness of the records of the 
de'scendants of Mrs. Susan 6 (Cleveland) Pratt. 

Mr. Edgar Wallace Lynde resided always in Rochester, 
druggist and chemist. 

Mr. Simeon Lorenzo Loomis lived at Hartford and at 
Brooklyn; was Secretary of the ^Etna Fire Insurance co. of 
Hartford from 1837 to 1853, President of the Home Fire Insur- 
ance co. of New York, N. Y., 1853 to 1855, President of the 
Phcenix Fire Insurance Company of Hartford from 1855 to de- 
cease. He m. ist, Sept. 16, 1819, Maria Smith, who d. Aug. 31, 
185 1. He m. 2d, May 20, 1856, Maria Fort, who died Aug. 31, 
1857. Children by ist m. : i, Thomas Smith Loomis, b. Oct, 21, 
1821, d. Nov. 11, 1840 ; ii, Martha Maria Loomis, b. Jan. 26, 1825, 
m. July, 1848, Hiram G. Pryor, who d. Mar., 1868; iii, Edward 
Selden Loomis, b. Nov. 24, d. Dec. 13, 1827. 



mo CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

. iv, Randolph Barnes Lootnis, b. June 13, 1829, m. Brooklyn, 
Feb. 26, 1849, Julia Bidwell, Brooklyn. Ch.: 1, Thomas Henry 
Loomis, b. July 6, 1850 ; 2, Stanley Bidwell Lootnis, Dec. 3, 185 1; 
3, Charles Randolph Loomis, Nov. 24, 1853. 

v, Lorenzo Foster Loomis, b. July 3, 1831, d. Oct. 14, 1836 ; 
vi, Charles King Loomis, b. Nov. 6, 1834, unm., Warehouse Point, 
Conn.; vii, Albert Griswold Loomis, b. June 13, 1841, d. Nov. 7, 
1843. 

Loomis ancestry .-—Joseph 1 [see +3047]; Joseph 2 , b. Eng. 1616, of "Windsor, Conn., 
m. 1st, Sarah Hill ; Johns, b. Oct. 1, 1651, of E. Windsor and Hatfield, Mass., m. 2d, Esther 
Gillet 3 , b. May 24, 1671; John 4 , b. Sept. 21, 1713, m. 1st, Abigail Ellsworth ; Luke*, b. Oct. 
t|i 1736, m. Experience Carver of Bridgewater; Simeon Loomis, b. Sept. n, 1767, of S. 
Windsor and Lansingburgh, N. Y., m. Betsey Foster. — Loomis gen. 

Gillett, Gillette, Jellett ancestry : — 1 arms : Gillett; /.• Gillet alias Chandler; 
1: Gillet or Gillot: (Broadfield, co. Norfolk). Erm. on a bend engr. sa. 3 lucies' 
heads erased or, collared with a bar gemel gu. Crest — A lucy's head erased and erect 
or, collared as in the arms. . . . J onathani and his brother Nathan came to Dorches- 
ter, Mass., with Rev. John Maverick and Rev. John Warham (who came from Exeter, 
co. Devon, Eng., and both came from Plymouth, Eng., in the Mary, 1630) 1630, freeman. 
May 6, 1635, Windsor 1636, constable 1656, d. 1677 ; Cornelius 3 , b. per. in Eng., of Windsor, 
freem. 1658, m. Prisoilla Kelsey ; Esther 3 Gillet m, John Loomis 3 . 

3242. 

Caroline A 1 J*ratt (susan«), d. Brooklyn, N. Y., July 25, 
1887, a. 59, unm., buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, 
Conn.; resided with her brother, John M. T Pratt, in Brooklyn, 
This estimable lady was actively engaged in many of the be- 
nevolent objects of Brooklyn, and 26 years teacher of S. S. In- 
fant Class of Central Congregational church. N. Y. Observer, 
Sept. 1, 1888, contains a fitting tribute to her memory. 

3243. 

Charles Dexter" Pratt (susan<»), m. Charleston, S. C, 
June 12, 1855, Sarah Jennie Hazlet, b. Richmond, Va., Aug. 15, 
1827, a da. James and Mary Renine (Manley). Resided in 
Charleston to June, 1857, Brooklyn, N. Y., afterward. Of Pratt 
(William T.) & Co., in N. Y. city, 1882 ; of N. Y. city, 1894. 

8775-6 Mary Hazlet* Pratt, b. Nov. 2, 1859, New York 
city, unm., res. Brooklyn ; Charles Spencer* Pratt, b. Oct. 26, 1862, 
West End, N. J., unm., res. Brooklyn. 

3244. 

Margaret LuCinda' 1 Smith (Lucy«, Aaron*, Aaron*, Aaron 3 , 

Aaron", Mosesi), died at Albany, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1893, a. 82, m. i<st, 
Auburn, N. Y., June 8, 1837, as 2d w., Alexander Jay Burr, b.. 
Troy, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1810, died Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1838. 
(He m. 1st, Julia Dodge 1 Pratt +3234) She m. 2d, at Auburn, 
June 8, 1846, as 3d w., Luther Tucker, b. Brandon, Vt, May 7, 
1802, d. Albany, Jan. 26, 1873, son of Stephen and Olive (Green). 
1st m.: s. p. Children by 2d m., b. at Hope Cottage, n. Albany; 

+8777 Gilbert Milligan* Tucker, b. Aug. 26, 1847. 

+8778 Willis Gaylord* Tucker, b. Oct. 31, 1849. 

Luther Tucker was placed with Timothy O. Strong of Mid- 
dlebury, Vt, in 1815, to learn the printing business ; removed 
in 18x7 to Palmyra, N. Y. In 1825 he was partner in the print- 
ing business with Henry C. Sleight of Jamaica, L. I. In 1826 





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DECSENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. nn 

he removed to Rochester, N. Y., and established .the Rochester 
Daily Advertiser. Oct. 26, 1826, the first daily paper west of 
Albany, still a flourishing newspaper, now called The Union and 
Advertiser. He established at Rochester, Jan. 1, 1831, The Genesee 
Farmer (a weekly), which periodical was the ancestor of the 
present The Cultivator and Country Gentleman (also a weekly). 
He afterwards bought The Cultivator, merged The Genesee Far- 
mer into it — adopting the name of broader scope. Removed, 
in 1840, to Albany, where he, Jan. 1, 1853, established The 
Country Gentleman, at Albany. He continued The Cultivator as a 
monthly until 1866, when it was consolidated with The Country 
Gentleman. No change has taken place in the management 
since the start, Jan. 1, 1831, except the death of the founder 
and the accession, one by one, of two of his sons and one grand- 
son. The Cultivator and Country Gentleman, since i860, has been 
published by the firm, Luther Tucker & Son, Albany. The 
journal is very much the oldest as well as admittedly the lead- 
ing agricultural periodical of any class in this country. If any- 
thing else professes to date farther back — of which the editors 
are not sure — it can only be by counting from the establish- 
ment of some other and distinct periodical which had sus- 
pended publication. People sometimes revive newspapers that 
have been dead for years, and then number the volumes from 
the beginning, as if there had been continuity. 

Luther Tucker m. 1st, at Rochester, Windsor co., Vt., Nov. 
19, 1827, Naomi Sparhawk, b. Rochester, Vt., Oct. 19, 1807, d. 
Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 4, 1832, a da. of Dea. Ebenezer and 
Azuba (Jefferson). He m. 2d, Rochester, Vt., Oct. 14, 1833, 
Mary Sparhawk, b. Rochester, Vt., Sept. 23, 1805, died Albany, 
Mar. 8, 1844, sister to his first wife. Ch. by 1st m.: 

i Charles Henry Tucker, b. Dec. 1, 1828, Rochester, N. Y., 
d. there Aug. 9, 1832. ii Julia Naomi Tucker, b. Jan. 16, 1832, 
Rochester, N. Y., d. Albany, Dec. 12, 1881. By 2d m. : iii 
Luther Henry Tucker, b. Oct. 19, 1834, Rochester, N. Y., d. 
Albany, Feb. 23, 1897, m. at St. George's Manor, Setauket, 
L. I., N. Y., Nov. 28, 1865, Cornelia Strong Vail, b. Islip, L. I., 
N. Y., Mar. 26, 1844, da. of Harvey Wentworth and Anne 
(Udall). Grad. Yale, 1855. Residence, Albany, of the firm 
Luther Tucker & Son, is editor on The Cultivator and Country 
Gentleman. Ch. b. Albany : 

1. Luther Henry Tucker, b. Sepf. 9, 1869, m. Hudson, 
N. Y., Mar. 28, 1894, Florence Barnard, b. Grand Rapids, Mich., 
Dec. 31, 1870, da. of Dr. Stephen Paddock and Martha Taylor 
(Mellen). Grad. Yale, 1891 ; res., Albany, of Luther Tucker & 
Sons, is editor on The Cultivator and Country Gentleman. Ch. 
Katherine Barnard Tucker, b. Aug. 24, 1895, A. 

2. Cornelia Lucinda Tucker, b. Sept. 6, 1871, unm. 3 
Wentworth Tucker, b. July 13, 1878. 4. Carll Tucker, Oct 
14, 1881. 

iv Mary Louisa Tucker, b. Nov. 15, 1836, Rochester, m 
John Stuarf Porter +8696. v Samuel Sparhawk Tucker, b 
and d. Mar. 13, 1839, R. .vi Martha Ellen Tucker, b. Jan. 19 
1842, Albany, d. A., Aug. 17, 1843. vu ' Frances Laura Tucker, 
b. Feb. 4, 1844, A., d. A., Nov. 23, 1845. 



j II2 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Tucker ancestry : — Tucker: (Exeter, co. Devon.) Barry wavy of ten, argent and 
azure ; on a chevron embattled and counterembattled or, between three seahorses 
naiant of the first, five guttees — de poix. Crest — A lion's gamb, erased and erect, 
gules charged with three billets in pale or, holding in the foot a battle-axe azure, handle 
or. Motto — Nil desperandum. . . RoberU, b Milton, Eng., 1604, of Weymouth, Eng., 
came to Mass., 1635, settled in Wessagasset (Weymouth), Mass., selectman, recorder, 
representative at gen. court, d. 1682, m. Elizabeth Allen ; Ephraim", b 1642, of Milton, 
Mass., d. 1736, m. Hannah ; Ephraim', b. Oct. 10, 1689, of M., d. Jan. 26, 1764, m. Mary 
Sumner ; Stephen*, b. Nov. 25, 1732, early settler of Woodstock, Conn., d. Nov. 8, 1808, m. 
Lois Lyon ; Stephen 8 Tucker, b. Sept. 20, 1761, of Brandon, d. ab. 1820, m. Olive Green. 

3245. 

ZiUClf Cleveland'' Smith (Lucy«, Aaron*, Aaron*, Aaron", Aaron* 

Mosesi), m. in New York, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1832, Gilbert McKie Mil- 
ligan, b. New York, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1810, d. at Elizabeth, N. J., s. 
Samuel Gilbert and Elizabeth (McKie). Ch. : 

+8779 Elizabeth McKie 6 Milligan, b. Oct. 1, 1833, N. Y. city. 

-j-8780 Samuel Gilbert* Milligan, b. Aug. 31, 1835, Auburn, 
N. Y. 

+8781 John Calvin 6 Milligan, b. Apr. 14, 1837, A. 

-j-8782 Lucy Cleveland 9 Milligan, b. July 22, 1839, A. 

8783 Thomas Pringle 6 Milligan, b. Apr. 17, 1842, A., m. 
Elizabeth, N. J., Jan. 25, 1870, Fannie Waterbury, res. Cam- 
bridge, Md., 1895. Ch. : Isabell Patchin* Milligan, b. June 6, 
1 87 1 ; Gilbert McKie* Milligan, Aug. 18, 1873; Elsie Waterbury* 
Milligan, Dec. 28, 1876; Albert Forbes Conant* Milligan, Nov. 4, 
1878 ; Thomas Pringle* Milligan, Nov. 4, 1883 ; Frank Chandler* 
Milligan, Nov. 4, 1883. 

8784 Jennie 6 Milligan, b. Mar. 1, 1845, N. Y. c, d. South 
Orange, N. J., Jan. 1, 1897, m. there Mar. 12, 1873, William J. 
Chandler, M.D. Ch. b. S. Orange : William Jessup* Chandler, b. 
Jan. 6, 1874, d. Mar. 7, 1875 \ Susan Spring* Chandler, b. June 27, 
1875 ; Mary Jessup* Chandler, July 8, 1877 ; Henry Milligan* 
Chandler, Sept. 15, 1879. Susan 6 , b. Dec. 23, 1847, New York, 
N. Y., d. there Jan. 13, 1848. 

8785 Luther Tucker 6 Milligan, b. Dec. 8, 1848, Williams- 
burgh (now Brooklyn), N. Y., d. Maiden, Mass., Jan. 22, 1896, 
m. Albany, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1872, Sarah Hadley. Ch. : Luther 
Tucker* Milligan, b. Aug. 18, 1873, d. Feb- 5> l8 74 ; Samuel G* 
Milligan, b. Apr. 26, 1875, d. Mar. 30, 1884; Edgar C* Milligan, 
b. Oct. 4, 1880, d. Mar. 27, 1884 ; Anna W* Milligan, b. Aug. 12, 
d. 24, 1885. 

8786 Henry Coggle 6 Milligan, b. Oct. 22, 185 1, New York, 
N. Y., m. Auburn, N. Y., Oct. 27, 1875, Martha Reed Avery. 
Ch. : Mabel Carrington* Milligan, b. June 3, 1877 ; Elizabeth 
McKee* Milligan, July 7, 1880 ; Edward Avery* Milligan, Apr. 9, 
1882 ; Jennie Chandler* Milligan, Aug. 4, 1885. 

Mr. Gilbert McKie Milligan resided formerly in New York, 
N. Y., and Auburn, was a merchant in these cities ; afterward 
lived at Elizabeth, N. J., and was treasurer of the Central Rail- 
road of New Jersey, 1857, &c. 

3246. 

Susan Spriflff 1 Smith (Lucy*, Aaron", Aaron*, Aaron 8 , Aaron", 

Moses'), d. Auburn, *N. Y., Feb. 1, 1882, a. 66, m. New York, 
N. Y., May 24, 1849, as 2d w., Henry Chester Porter. (Hem. 
1 st, Sarah Cleveland 1 Dodge +3222.) s. p. 




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DESCENDANTS OF MOSES' CLEVELAND. 

3247. 



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Mary Hodges 7 Smith (Lucy«), m . Auburn, N. Y., Feb. 16, 
1838, Horace L. Knight. Residence : Auburn. Ch. b. Auburn : 
+8787 Horace Alexander* Knight, b. Apr. 8, 1840. 

8788 Mary Lundie* Knight, b. Mar. 16, 1842, m. Auburn, 
June 20, 187 1, Joseph B. Sherwood. Ch. b. Utica, N. Y. : 
Arthur Knight 3 Sherwood, b. Jan. 16, d. May 16, 1873 ; Bennie 
Abbot* Sherwood, b. May 31, d. July 12, 1876 ; Frank Abbof Sher- 
wood, b. Jan. 11, 1882. Charles Cleveland* Knight, b. Oct. 15, 1844, 
d. Sept. 29, 1850. 

3248. 

WILLIAM CHARLES' CLEVELAND (Anthony Benezet 8 , 
Aaron", Aaron*, Aaron', Aaron', Moses'), d. Cornell University, Ithaca, 

N. Y., Jan. 16, 1873, a - 34> m - Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 30, 1863, 
Angeline T. Clarke. Ch. : Lilian 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 12, 
1868, unm., res. College Hills, Middlesex co., Mass., 1890. 

Prof. William Charles 1, Cleveland, C. E., grad. Lawrence 
Scientific school, Cambridge, B. S. Harvard, 1862. Practiced 
his profession and resided in Cambridge until called to be 
Prof, of civil engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., 
on the founding of the institution, 1868. His rare talents and 
knowledge in his profession attracted the attention of the 
University authorities at the beginning of selecting the faculty. 
His connection with the University was successful in the ex- 
treme. He was a passionate lover of art, and the best influ- 
ences of its study were stamped upon his daily life, and made 
him one of- the pleasantest of men to associate with students — 
Franklin B. Hough's Biographical Sketches. He is buried in Mt. 
Auburn cemetery, Cambridge. 

Mrs. Angeline T. (Clarke) Cleveland m. 2d, Cambridge, 18 — , 
Leonard Jarvis Manning, b. Baltimore, Md., May 11, 1856, a s. 
Joseph Cogswell and Rebecca Parkman Jarvis (Livermore). 
He grad. Harvard, 1876, res. College Hill, asst. superintendent 
Medford, Mass., High School, s. p. 

Manning ancestry, &°c. : — Dr. Samuel 1 of Lancaster, Mass., bef. 1806, m. Lucy Cogs- 
well ; Mary Woods" m. Dr. Anthony Benezet 8 Cleveland -f-"i4i Joseph Cogswell 2 m. 
Rebecca Parkman Jarvis Livermore, b. Milford, Hillsborough co., N. H , Dec. ji, i8iq, d. 
there Oct. 9, 1886, buried at Baltimore, a da. Solomon Kidder and Abigail Adkins 
{Jarvis). Ch. : Leonard Jarvis 3 , Charles H. 3 , U. S. N.,» Manchester, N. H., Cleveland 
Pratt 3 Manning, res. Baltimore, 1890, lawyer. 

3249. 

CLEMENT 7 CLEVELAND (Anthony Benezet 8 , Aaron*, Aaron*, 

Aaron 3 , Aaron", Moses 1 ), m. Roxbury, Mass., June 17, 1874, Annie 
Ward Davenport, b. Roxbury, Feb. 9, 1850, of Boston, Mass., a 
da. of Henry and Caroline (Howe). Ch. : 

8789 Henry Davenport 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 1.1, 1875, 
New York city. 

8790 Elizabeth Manning 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 29, 1876, 
New York city. 

Clement 8 Cleveland, b. June 22, 1880, Newport 
R. I. 



1 1 14 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



George Davenport 8 Cleveland, b. and d. New 
York city, Oct. n, 1882. 

Dr. Clement 7 Cleveland grad. Harvard, 1867, and College 
of Physicians and Surgeons, New York city, 187 1. Residence, 
New York city, 1875-97, physician. Summer cottage at New- 
port. Dr. Cleveland is a subscriber to this Genealogy. 

Davenport ancestry : — See N. E. H. G. Reg., XLV : iSS.— Arms— Davenport : 
(Coventry, Warwick.) Ar. a chev. betw. 3 crosses-crosslet fitchy sa. . . . Elijah 1 , b. 
Canton, Mass., Oct 18, 1773, o£ Boston, m. Susan Ward 6 , b. Jan. 30, 1781; Henry 3 Daven- 
port m. Caroline Howe, da. of Jacob Howe of Boston. 

Ward ancestry : — William 1 [see +38] m. 1st, , she evidently d. in Eng. ; John 3 , 

b. Eng. ab. 1626, of Newton, Cambridge, "Mass., freem., 1649, his dwelling used as a gar- 
rison, King Phillip's war, 1675-6, d. Newton, July 8, 1708, m. Hannah Jackson 3 , b. Eng., 
1631, d. N., Apr. 24, 1704 ; Richard 3 , b. Feb. 15, 1666, rep. Newton in Gen. Court, m. Thankful 
Trowbridge 3 ; Ephraim* m. Mrs. Mary Haven 3 ) Stone, wid. of Samuel* (Ebenezer 8 , 
Simon 3 , Simon 1 , came, 1634, of Watertown) Stone ; Rev. Ephraim 4 , b. Mar. 21, 1741, of 
Brookfield, Mass., m. 2d, Oct. 13, 1777, Mary Coleman 3 ; Susan Ward 9 m. Elijah Daven- 
port 1 .— A. H. Ward's Ward gen., 103. 

Coleman ancestry : — Benjamin 1 of Boston, 1777, merchant, m. Hannah Pemberton 3 ; 
Mary Coleman 3 m. Ephraim Ward 6 . 

Pemberton ancestry : — 10 arms: Pemberton : (Lancashire.) Ar. a chev. betw. 3 
buckets sa. Crest — Upon a coney ar. an eagle ppr. . . A John Pemberton was living 
in 1400 at Stanhope, Eng. . . James 1 m. Hannah Penhallow 3 ; Hannah 3 Pemberton m. 
Benjamin Coleman 1 . 

Penhallow ancestry : — arms— See IV. E. H. G. Reg., XLV : iqo, Positive Pedigree 
and Authorized Arms— Penhallow, Samuel, of Portsmouth, N. H. From Penhallow, 
Cornwall. Vert, a coney ar. . . Samuel 1 , b. St. Mabyn co., Cornwall, Eng., July 2, 
1655. His ancestors had long owned landed estates in co. Cornwall. Came, 1686, with 
Rev. Charles Morton, rector of Blisland, co. Cornwall, to Boston, of Portsmouth, chief 
justice, treasurer of the Province, author of Wars ofN. E., m. Mary Cutt 3 ; Hannah 3 
Penhallow m. James Pemberton 1 .— N. E. Reg., XXXII : zS; Savage. 

Cutt, Cutis ancestry: — a arms: Cutt ; /.• CUTTES ; 4: Cutts : Or, on a bend 
engr. sa. 3 bezants, each charged with a mullet sa. ... John 1 Cutt of Portsmouth, 
N. H., 1657, selectman, brother of Richard, Robert, and Anne Cutt; President John 3 , 
supposed to have come from Eng. (Savage's Gen. Die. says : " s. of that Richard mem. of 



of the province, d. Mar. 27, 1681, m. 1st, Boston, July 30, 1662, Hannah Starr, b. Ashford, 
Kent, Eng., July 22, 1632, da. Dr. Comfort and Elizabeth ; Mary 3 Cutt m. Samuel Pen- 
hallow 1 . — Cutis Famuyby Cecil Hampden Ctitts Howard, 203. 

Haven ancestry : —Richard 1 [see +1229] ; Moses 13 , b. May 20, 1667, m. Mary Bullard, 
da. Nathaniel ; Mary 8 Haven m. 2d, Ephraim Ward*. 

Trowbridge ancestry : — 2 arms : Trowbridge: (Modbury, co. Devon;) Or, on a 
bridge of 3 arches, in fesse, gu. masoned sa. 3 streams transfluent ppr. ; a tower, sa., 
thereon a fane ar. . . . Thomas 1 from Tattnton, co. Somerset, Eng., ab. 1637, thought 
to be of Combe, St. Nicholas, co. Somerset, was prosecut., voyages to and fr. Barbadoes, 
of Dorchester, Mass., New Haven, Conn., 1640, went home, 1644, leav. his boys to care of 
Thomas Jeffreys and his prop, to be manag. by Henry Gibbons, d. n. Taunton, Eng., 
Feb. 7, 1672 ; James 3 , b. per. in Eng. ab. 1636, may have been brot. by his fa. fr. Eng., 
bap. Dorchester, 1638, m. Margaret Atherton, da. Humphrey Atherton of D. ; Thankful 3 
Trowbridge m. Richard Ward 3 . 

Jackson ancestry : — Christopher 1 , Edward 3 [see +3183] ; Hannah 3 Jackson m. John 
Ward 3 . 

3252. 

WILLIAM McMAHAN 7 CLEVELAND (Stephen Blythe 3 , Aa- 
ron*, Aaron*, Aaron 3 , Aaron 3 ), b. Batavia, O., Sept. 5, 1823, m. With- 

amsville, Clermont co., O., Apr. 29, 1849, Elizabeth Ann Sar- 
gent, b. Steubenville, ' Jefferson co., O., Mar. 27, 1829, da. Wil- 
liam and Elenor (Seamon) Sharp. Dwelt at Batavia to 1838, 
Cincinnati to 1853, Yellow Springs, Greene co., O., to 1864, Wil- 
mington, Clinton co., O., to 1882 ; architect and builder. Ch.: 

8791 Estelle 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 30, 1858, Yellow 
Springs, unm., res. Wilmington, 1882, 1893. 

3255. 

ASENATH MARTIN 7 CLEVELAND (Jeremiah Clement*, Aa- 
ron*, Aaron*, Aaron 3 , Aaron 3 ), d. Batavia, O., Apr. IO, 1 87 1, a. 5 1, HI. n. 

Batavia, June 4, 1840, John Wesley Apple, b. Olive Branch, 
Clermont co., O., Oct. 2, 1815, s. Daniel and Sarah (Lane), res. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



III5 



Olive Branch, farmer. (He m. 2d, 1874, s. p.) Ch. b. Olive 
Branch : 

8792 Francis Jeremiah* Apple, b. Feb. 4, 1842, res. Olive B., 
farmer. Ch.: Lulu* Apple, grad. high school, Batavia, 1885. 

8793 Samuel Lorain 6 Apple', b. Feb. 5, 1846, m. May 1, 1867, 
Elizabeth Esther Packham, b. Leeds, Yorkshire, Eng., Dec. 2, 
1844, da. Albany and Esther (Starnes), res. Yordy, Ellsworth 
co., Kan. Ch.: Albany Lorain* Apple, b. July 8, 1868, Olive Branch; 
Wesley Lovell* Apple, b. Apr. 26, 1870, Amelia, O. 

8794 Eva Amanda 6 Apple, b. Apr. 19, 1854, m. H. Hoi ton, 
assist, auditor, Olive Branch. 

8795 William Hanson 6 Apple, b. Apr. 19, 1854, m. McKole- 
gan, res. Ironton, Lawrence co., O., finisher. Ch.: Da. 9 , b. 1882. 

8796 Elizabeth Cleveland 6 Apple, b. Aug. 3, 1858, m. 

3256. 

FRANCIS LANDON 7 CLEVELAND (Jeremiah Clement', Aa- 
ron's, Aaron*, Aaron>, Aaro&=), d. Augusta, Bracken co., Ky., Aug. 18, 
1 88 1, a. 58, m. 1st, A. Apr. 9, 1849, Elizabeth Sarah McKibben, 
b. A.July 21, 1828, d. A. Apr. 29, 1850, a. da. William Scott and 
Jane S. (Lambden). He m. 2d, Frankfort, Franklin co., Ky., 
Feb. 22, 1864, Laura Harlan, b. Harrodsburg, Mercer co., Ky., 
Dec. 15, 1835, d. Augusta, June 26, 1870, a da. Hon. James and 
Elizabeth Sarah (Davenport), and sister to Justice John Mar- 
shall Harlan, U. S. Supreme Court. He m. 3d, Ironton, O., 
Dec. 24, 1879, Mrs. Belle (Rankin) Mitchell, b. Ripley, Brown 
co., O., July 31, 1844, wid. of Richard Chandler Mitchell, a da. 
David and Mary Ann (Wiley), 1st m., s. p. Ch. by 2d m.: 

+8797 James Harlan" Cleveland, b. Jan. 21, 1865, Frank- 
fort, Ky. 

8798 Lily Sarah 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 1, 1866, Augusta, 
Ky.; Florence Hatchitt 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 28, 1868, A., d. 
A. Aug. 22, 1869. By 3d m.: 8799 Frances Eloise 8 Cleveland, 
b. Mar. 27, 1881, Augusta, Ky. 

Hon. Francis Landon 7 Cleveland grad. Augusta coll. 1845; 
was a practising lawyer of Augusta; was a member of the Ken- 
tucky House of Representatives 1859 to 1863; a State Senator 
1863-7, '75 -Aug. 5, '79. One of the 5 Clevelands (the others 
being Gov. Chauncey Fitch 6 Cleveland -^ 171 7, Hon. Elijah 6 
Cleveland + 2315, Hon. Francis 7 Cleveland + 3212, Hon. Rob- 
ert 4 Cleveland + 16013) who have served in the Electoral Col- 
lege. Was elected Presidential Elector at the 20th election, 
1865, from 17th Ky. dist, voting for Gen. McClellan. At this elec- 
tion, for president, Abraham Lincoln received 212 votes ; 
George Brinton McClellan 21 ; for vice-pres.. Andrew Johnson 
212, George H. Pendleton 21. — Lanman 4pj ; F. L. Cleveland, 
ap. by Gov. of Ky., one of the Ky. State Board of 10 Centennial 
Managers for Philadelphia, Pa., International Exhibition 1876. 

Resolutions adopted by the bar : Resolved that in the death of FRANCIS L. CLEVE- 
LAND ; "The state has lost a distinguished son, an able legislator, and a devoted pat- 
riot ; the bar a faithful and zealous advocate, ready and prompt in discharging his obli- 
gations to his clients, his family a loving and indulgent father and husband, the poor a 
friend who never turned them away empty handed, the church a member whose moral 
worth and Christian virtues will be accepted as a model." 



:II 6 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Belle Rankin m. ist, Georgetown, Brown co., O., Dec. 6, 
1865, Richard Chandler Mitchell, b. Mason co., Ky., Mar. 6, 1834, 
d. Ripley, Apr. 9, 1878, s. Ignatius and Nancy (Fonke), teacher, 
educated at Franklin Seminary, Mason co., Ky. Lived in O. 
and Ky. 

Rankin ancestry : — i arms : Ranken ; /.■ Rankine ; /.• Ranking; 3: Rankin; 
(Scotland) Gu. a Lochaber axe betw. 3 boars' heads erased ar. Crest — An ostrich, in 
beak a horseshoe. . . . Rev. John 1 b. 1791, a prominent Presbyterian minister who 
made the first speech in the U. S. against slavery, living 1834, aged 93 ; David 2 Rankin 
m. Mary Anne Wiley. 

3257. 

AARON BENEZET' CLEVELAND (Jeremiah Clement', Aaron*, 

Aaron*, Aaron', Aaron"), m. ist, Amelia, O., Dec. 11, 1845, Clara But- 
ler Pease, b. A. Feb. 4, 1828, d. A. Nov. 29, 1864, da. Gorham 
Martin and Margaret (Butler). He m. 2d, Cincinnati, O., Jan. 
30, 1867, Mrs. Sarah Jane (Van Pelt) Baldwin, b. Philadelphia, 
Pa., Oct. 16, 1824, wid. John Anderson Baldwin, da. John and 
Eliza (Taylor). Ch. by ist m.: 

8800 Semarimis" Cleveland, b. Nov» 11, 1847, Cincinnati, 
O., m. Amelia, Sept. 12, 1867, John Franklin Rodarmor, b. Iron- 
ton, O., Dec. 25, 1844, s. Jones Safford and Margaret (Perkins), 
res. N. Y. city, lumber merchant. Ch. b. Ironton: Charles Cleve- 
land" Rodarmor, May 31, 1872 ; John Franklin" Rodarmor, Aug. 
24, 1874; Laurallen" Rodarmor, July 31, 1878. 

8801 Francis Josephine 8 Cleveland, b. June 19, 1850, 
Amelia, m. A. Jan. 13, 1869, John Lewis Cochnower, b. Cincin- 
nati, Oct. 13, 1843, s. John and Letitia Dow (Gelvin), res. Glen- 
dale, Hamilton co., O., paper manf. J Ch.: Clara" Cochnower, b. 
Aug. 24, 1871, Amelia; John" Cochnmver, Dec. 6, 1873, Batavia-; 
Aaron Cleveland" Cochnower, Jan. 12, 1876, B.; Mary Belle" Coch- 
nower, Apr. 16, 1878 ; Laurance Morey" Cochnower, July 29, 1882. 
Anthony Benezet 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 5, 1853, Amelia, O., d. 
Cincinnati, Dec. 29, 1859. 8802 Laura 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 10, 
1855, Amelia, unm., 1884, educated at Augusta coll., Ky., res. 
Amelia. 

8803 Alice Eloise 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 10, i860, Amelia, 
unm., ed. at Ironton, O., High School of Amelia ; 2d m. s. p. 
Arthur Cleveland (adopted child), b. June 6, 1870. 

Aaron Benezet 7 Cleveland was a contractor and builder 
20 years, and the following 16 years was U. S. Mail contractor, 
and proprietor of stage line betw. Cincinnati and Georgetown, 
Brown co., O., &c. Since that time has resided on a farm at 
Hamlet in Amelia. 

Sarah Jane Van Pelt m. ist, John Anderson Baldwin, b. Hills- 
boro, Highland co., O., Feb. 26, 1814, d. Cincinnati, July 15, 
1863, s. Walter and Olive (Hyett), merchant, Cincinnati. Ch.: 
Eliza Olive Baldwin, Walter Baldwin, John Lewis Baldwin. 

3258. 

Arthur Cleveland 7 CoOCe (Abia Hyde«, Aaron«, Aaron*, Aaron*, 

Aaron 2 , Mosesi), d. at Clifton Springs, Ontario co., N. Y., July 20, 
1896, a. 78, m. New York, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1841, /Catherine Cleve- 
land 8 Hyde +8613 (Catharine Abia', George 9 , Aaron', *, 3, 2 ). Children: 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



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-(-8804 Grace Cleveland?'* Coxe. 
-j-8805 Katherine Cleveland*'* Coxe. 

8806 Edith Cleveland*'* Coxe, d. Baltimore, Md., unm. 
+8807 Elizabeth Cleveland*** Coxe. Son*'*, d. Hartford, Conn. 
+8808 Ernest Cleveland*-* Coxe. 

8809 Alice Cleveland*'* Coxe,'d. N. Y. city, Oct. 13, 1864. 

8810 Reginald Cleveland*'* Coxe, unm. (1884), grad. De 
Veaux College, Suspension Bridge, Niagara co., N. Y., residence 
Buffalo, N. Y. (1884-96), artist. 

-f-88 1 1 Mary Cleveland*'* Coxe. 

8812 Hanson Cleveland*'* Coxe. 

8813 Harry Cleveland*-* Coxe studied several ' years in De 
Veaux coll., now (1884) in Hobart coll. 

Rt. Rev. Arthur Cleveland 1 Coxe, D.D., LL.D., Bishop 
of Western New York, Protestant Episcopal divine, grad. Uni- 
versity of N. Y. 1838, General Theol. Seminary, N. Y., 1841, 
ordained deacon June 27, 1841, priest Sept. 25, 1842. Was suc- 
cessively rector of St. John's, Hartford, 1843-54, Grace, Balti- 
more, 1854-63, Calvary, N. Y. city, 1863-5 » was elected, 1856, to 
the Episcopate of Tex., but declined. Received degree of D.D. 
from S. James, Hagerstown, Washington co., Md., 1856, S.T.D. 
from Trinity, Hartford, 1868, LL.D. from Kenyon, Gambier, O., 
1868. Consecrated Assistant Bishop of Western N. Y. in Trin- 
ity, Geneva, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1865, by Rt. Rev. William Heathcote 
DeLancey, S.T.D., LL.D., the Rt. Rev. John Henry Hopkins, 
D.D., LL.D., the Rt. Rev. Samuel Allen McCoskry, S.T.D., 
D.C.L., the Rt. Rev. Horatio Potter, S.T.D., LL.D., the Rt. Rev. 
William Henry Odenheimer, D.D., and the Rt. Rev. Joseph 
Cruikshank Talbot, D.D. Apr. 5, 1865, he became the Bishop of 
Western N. Y. Residence, finally, See House, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Clergyman and author, see Bibliography, Chap. IV. See Liv- 
ing Church Almanac, 269 ; Patten's Clergy of JV. Y., 1 16-8. 

3259. 

Samuel Hanson 7 Cooce (AWa Hyde«), d. Utica, N. Y., Jan. 
16, 1895, a. 75, m. Eliza T. Conkling, she d. Utica Mar., 1868, a 
da. of Alfred and Eliza (Cockburn). Children : 

8814 Alfred Conkling* Coxe (Judge), residence Utica (1896). 
Appointed District Judge of U.S. Court for the Northern District 
of N. Y. May 4, 1882, on nomination of Pres. Arthur, in succession 
to his grandfather, Judge Alfred Conkling. Author. See Bib- 
liography, Chap. IV. 

8815 Gertrude Herkimer* Coxe. 

Rev. Samuel Hanson 1 Coxe, D.D., grad. B.A. University of New 
York, and of General Theological Seminary, New York, N. Y. 
Episcopal rector at Utica, afterward at Kinderhook, N. Y., 
1882-90. 

Conkling, Conckline, Conkefyne, Conklin ancestry : — Annanias 1 Conklin or Conkelyne 
of Salem, Mass., 1638 (bro. of "John, b. Nottinghamshire, Eng., ab. 1630 of Salem, and 
Southold, L. I.), freeman a); Salem May 18, 1642, rem. to East Hampton, "L. I., N. Y., 1650, 
d. Nov., 1657 ; Jeremiah" Conkline, b. 1634, of E. H., d. Mar. 14, 1712, m. 1658, Mary Gardi- 
ner a , b. Aug. 30, 1638, d. June 15, 1727 ; Lewis 3 Conkline ; Cineus*, bap. E. H. Oct. 19, 1718 ; 
Benjamin 8 of E. H. m. Esther Hand ; Hon. Alfred 6 Conkling, b. E. H. Oct. 12, 1789, grad. 
Union Coll., lawyer, appointed U. S. Dist. Judge by Pres. J. Q. Ada"ms, U. S. Minister to 
Mexico 1850-3, of Utica, d. Feb. 5, 1874, m. Eliza Cockburn of Montgomery co., N. Y. 



m g CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Gardiner ancestry: — Arms: (On tomb of David Gardiner, Gardiner's Island, Suf- 
folk co., N.' Y. [being the same borne by Richard Gardiner, D.D., and Canon of Christ 
Church, Oxford, Eng., who d. Dec. 20, 1670]) : Sa. a chev. Term.] betw. 2 griffins' heads 
erased in chief and a cross formee in base, or. (Book plate of John Gardiner, 5th proprie- 
tor of Gardiner's I.) : Ar. a chev. gu. betw. three buglehorns stringed sa. Crest— An 
arm in armor ppr. hand grasping the broken shaft of a lance. . . . Lion' b. Eng. ab. 
1599, soldier and engineer, joined Prince of Orange in Netherlands, master of works of 
fortifications, Fort Orange, n. city of Woerden, came here in employ of Lord Say and 
Seale and Lord Brooke, Sir Arthur Haslerigge, Sir Matthew Boynton, Col. George Pen- 
wick, and others in making fortifications, &c, he and wife Mary left Woerden, Holland, 
July 10, 1635, for London, embarked at London Aug. 11, 1635, in the Bachilor, arr. Boston 
Nov. 28, 1635, directed completion of Fort Hill works, Boston, of Saybrook, Conn., 163s, 
built S. fort, bought of Indians an island, by him called Isle of Wight, ever since borne 
his name, Gardiner's Island, Gardiner's Bay, of which he was the first proprietor, wrote 
History or Relation of the Pequot war, of East Hampton, L. I., 1653, d. E. H., late in 1665, m. 
Mary Wilemson or Willemsen, b. Woerden, Holland ab. 1601, d. ab. 1665, da. of Dencke 
and Deurant (Hackin) ; Mary* Gardiner m. Jeremiah Conkline 3 . 

3260. 

James Richards' Cox (Abia Hyde«), m. Mary Ten Eyck. 
Prominent lawyer of Auburn, N. Y. (1896). Ch. : 8816-8 Wil- 
liam* Cox ; Henrietta 9 Cox ; Mary* Cox. 

3262. 

Elizabeth Russell 1 Coxe (Abia Hyde»), m. Aug. 3, 1854, 
Stephen Howard ..Thayer, b. Boston, Mass., s. Stephen Howard 
and Olive (Gerald). Ch. : 

88 1 9 William Cleveland* Thayer, attended College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, New York, N. Y., 1882, res. at home. 

8820-2 Gerald Russel* Thayer ; Alfred Edward* Thayer ; 
Elizabeth Clement* Thayer. j 

Mr. Stephen Howard Thayer, residence, New York, N. Y., 
lawyer of N. Y. 

Stephen Howard Thayer, Sr., m. Olive Gerald, da. Gordon 
Gerald. 

3267. 

SUSatina OHveV'' I*VeSCOtt {Margaret* Hitler, Margarets, Aaron*, 

Aaron*, Aaron"), d. Boston, Mass., Mar. 23, 1848, a. 40, m. B., July 
22, 1833, as 1st w., William Augustus Wellman, b. Salem, Mass., 
Mar. 10, 1805, d. Brooklnie, Mass., May 12, 1878, s. Timothy and 
Sarah (Brown). Ch. : 

8823 Ellen Margaret* Wellman, b. Apr. 2, 1835, Boston, d. 
Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 10, 1879, m. Brookline, Mass., June 15, 
1 87 1, Prof. George Herbert Palmer; res. Cambridge, grad. Har- 
vard coll. Is Prof, of Philosophy at Harvard, 1884. s. p. 

-I-8824 William Prescott* Wellman, b. Oct. 21, 1836, Boston, 
Mass. 

8825 Willard Lee* Welltnan, b. Mar. 12, 1839, B., m. Fanny 
Ischam, res. Providence, R. I. Enlisted as orderly sergt. Co. D, 
45th Mass. Vols.; participated in battles of Kinston, N. C, Dec. 
14, 1862, Whitehall, N. C, Dec. 16, 1862, there wounded; mus- 
tered out with regt. July 7, 1863 ; was called, out during riot in 
Boston, July, 1863. 

8826 Frederic Oliver* Wellman, born Feb. 6, 1841, B., m. 
Pomeroy, Meigs co., O., after 1868, Sallie Pomeroy; res. St. 
Louis, Mo. Went to Japan, Aug. 31, 1859, merchant Yokohama, 
returned home 1865. Ch. : 3. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1 1 19 



8827 Joseph Hiller* Wellman, b. Oct. 21, 1843, Boston, m. 
1st, B., Dec. 23, 1870, Nellie Crowell, she d. June 26, 1881. He 
m. 2d, Newton, Mass., June 22, 1883, Martha Tappan. Was Q. 
M. Sergt. 47th Mass., 1862, res. Yonkers, N. Y., 1884, was a mer- 
chant ; insurance, N. Y. city. 

8828 Henry Cleveland* Wellman, b. Sept. 16, 1844, Brook- 
line, d. Brobkl., July 18, 1868, unm., grad. Harvard, 1866. 

William Augustus Wellman resided in Boston to 1844, 
Brookline afterward ; many years a merchant ; deputy collector 
Boston Custom House ; agt. in Boston for Baring Bros. & Co. 
He m. 2d, Matilda Gouvernier Ogden, da. Samuel G. of N. Y. 
city. Ch. : 5 — 4 living, 2 married. 

3268. 

Frederic William? Prescott (Margaret* miier), d. Brook- 
line, Mass., Jan. 27, 1879, a. 67, m. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 18, 1841, 
Emily Maxwell, b. Aug. 1, 1815, da. James and Susan . Britton 
(Fleeson) of Philadelphia, Pa., and Louisville. F. W. 7 Prescott 
was in Boston Custom House 1849 to 1856, since then with Eng- 
lish Steamship co., Boston, residence, Brookline. Ch.: 

8829 Lavinia Maxwell* Prescott, b. July 19, 1844, Louisville, 
m. Jan. 29, 1880, Isaiah Lewis Brackett. 

3269. 

Thomas Oliver 1 Prescott, afterward Oliver 1 Pres- 
cott- HUler {Margaret* Hiller, Margaret 6 , Aaron 4 , Aaron 8 , Aaron 2 ), d. Lon- 
don, Eng., May 11, 1870, a.. 56, m. 1st, Glasgow, Scotland, June 
5, 1849, Jessie Mackie, she d. 1854, da. Robert of Glasgow. He 
m. 2d, London, 1864, Emma Stokes. 1st m. : s. p. Ch. by 2d 
m., b. London : 

8830 James Addison* Prescott- Hiller. 

8831 Margaret Cleveland* Prescott-Hiller. 

8832 Charles Frederick* Prescott-Hiller. 

Rev. Thomas Oliver 1 Prescott, who, in 1854, assumed the name 
Oliver Prescott-Hiller, in honor of his mother. He entered Har- 
vard coll. 1829, but was obliged to leave before graduation on 
account of defective vision. Was first settled in Cincinnati, O., 
over a Swedenborgian Society to 1847. Went to Glasgow in 
the latter part of 1847, where he was, 1848, a settled minister. 
Removed to London 1864, pastor of the. London Society. 

3272. 

Aaron, Cleveland 1 Derby (Phebe«, Moses"*, Moses*, Aaron', Aaron*), 

died Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1852, aged 63, m. 1st, Harriet R. 
Douglass, she d. N. Y. city, Jan. 26, 1823. He m. 2d, N. Y. city, 
Mrs. Hannah (Williams) Chester, b. Groton, Conn., 1795, d. G., 
Dec. 31, 1858, wid. Edwin B. Chester. Ch. by 1st m.: Da*. 

8833 Erasmus Barlow or Beaumont* Derby, b. Aug. 31, 1819, 
Butler Village, O., m. N. Y. city, Aug. 25, 1839, Catharine Eliza- 
beth Graham, born N. Y. c, May 31, 1822, da. Arthur and Mary 



II2 o CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Ann (Parker), res. Brooklyn, N. Y., painter. Ch.: Mary Louisa* 
Derby, born Mar. 13, 1841, N. Y. c, m. Ch.: 4; Charles Edwin 9 
Derby, b. May 29, 1843, N. Y. c, d. Jan. 4, 1845 ; Emma Josephine* 
Derby, b. Jan. 27, 1845, Brooklyn, widow. Ch.: 2 ; Julia Adaline* 
Derby, b. Feb. 17, 1847, B., died Jan., 1853; William Cleveland* 
Derby, b. July 27, 1849, B.; George Douglass* Derby, born July 1*9, 
1857 ; Cora Adelaide 9 and Ella Cordelia* Derby, b. Sept. 15, 1859. 
By 2d m.: 

8834 John Cleveland* Derby, b. Jan. 4, 1825, Brooklyn, m. 
B., 1853, Mary Jane Moran, she d. B., Nov., i860, res. N. Y. city, 
blacksmith. Ch.: Aaron Cleveland* Derby, b. Sept. 24, 1854, unm. 
1884, dealer in machinery, scales, etc.; Mary Jane* Derby, born 
1856, d. a. 10 months; Son*, b. 1858-9, d. next day. 

-f-8835 Wilson Cleveland* Derby, b.. Oct. 24, 1830, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Dr. Aaron Cleveland'' Derby grad. from a coll. in N. Y., at first 
in the tobacco business in N. Y. city, afterward an allopathic 
physician. Practised first in Orange, N. J. About 1830 kept a 
drug store in N. Y. city. 

Hannah Williams m. 1st, Edwin B. Chester; ch.: Edwin B. 
Chester, Jr.', lost at sea ab. 1868, on voyage freighting between 
New Orleans and N. Y., m. Ch.: several, living New London, 
Conn. 

3273. 

Erastus Cleveland,'' Derby (Phebe«), d. Dunnville, Onta- 
rio, Canada, Nov. 6, 186 1, a. 68, m. Clinton, Ont, Jan. 9, 1822, 
Elizabeth House, b. C, Apr. 4, 1802, d. Dunnville, Mar. 9, 1877, 
da. Daniel and Sarah (Boyle). Learned the clothier's trade, 
settled in Canada. Ch. : 

8836 Phebe Catherine* Derby, b. May 25, 1824, Grimsby, m. 
Trafalgar, Feb. 24, 1847, William Leach, res. Oakville, Ont., 1883. 

8837 William Blanchard* Derby, b. Mar. 9, 1826, Grimsby, 
m. Caister, Apr. 19, 1854, Julia Ann Fulson, she d.; he resided 
Watertown, Ont. 

8838 Joseph Theodore* Derby, b. Feb. 26, 1828, Grimsby, d. 
Toronto, Can., May 20, 1856, m. Springville, Jan. 24, 1848, Ann 
Mason. 

8839 Frederick House* Derby, b. Feb. 6, 1830, Clinton, res. 
Dunnville, unm. 

-(-8840 George Cleveland* Derby, b. Dec. 22, 1831, Clinton. 

8841 Mary Esther* Derby, b. Sept. 24, 1833, C., unm., res. 
Fargo, Dak. 

8842 Maria Elizabeth* Derby, b. Mar. 29, 1836, Clinton, d. 
Moosetown, Ont., Mar. 23, i860, unm. 

8843 John Milton* Derby, b. June 18, 1838, Clinton, died 
Dunnville, m. Brompton, Sept. 12, 1861, Isabella Stewart. 

8844 Sarah Eliza* Derby, b. Dec. 4, 1840, Louth, m. E. Post, 
res. Trafalgar. 

8845 Annie Margaret* Derby, b. May 18, 1843, Clinton, m. 
Dunnville, June 22, 1862, Frederick William Kligender, res. 
Dunnville. 

8846 Etnma Jane* Derby, b. Jan. 10, 1845, Trafalgar, died. 
Buffalo, N. Y., unm. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. II2 i 

3274. 

PHEBE 7 CLEVELAND (Erastus*. Moses 6 , Moses*, Aaron", Aaron", 

Moses 1 ), d. Cornwall, Conn., Nov. 29, 1869, a. 72, m. Madison, N. 
Y., Apr. 17, 18 1 7, Dr. Samuel Wadsworth Gold, b. Cornwall, 
Conn., Sept. 27, 1794, d. C. Sept. 10, 1869, s. Hezekiah and Ra- 
chel (Wadsworth). Ch.: 

+8847 Theodore Sedgwick* Gold, b. Mar. 2, 18 18, Madison, 
N. Y. 

8848 Mary Elizabeth* Gold, b. Nov. 21, 1820, Cornwall, d, 
C. Apr. 6, 182 1. 

+8849 Julia Lorraine* Gold, b. June 14, 1824, Goshen, Conn. 

Dr. Samuel Wadsworth Gold grad. Williams college 1814, 
studied medicine at Pittsfield and at Yale, where, in 1834, he 
received the honorary degree M.D. He was licensed to prac- 
tice medicine 18 17, and began his professional life at Madison, 
N. Y., thence to Cornwall for 5 years, then went to Goshen to 
fill out 25 years of medical practice. He returned to Cornwall 
1842, and in 1845, w * tn his son > T. S. Gold, established the Cream 
Hill Agricultural School, which was continued successfully 24 
years. He was State senator 1847 and 1859, and Presidential 
elector, 4th Conn, district, 1857, voting for Fremont and Day- 
ton. Dr. Gold was a thorough student of medicine, and a suc- 
cessful practitioner. He was a frequent contributor to the 
medical journals and other publications of the day. As an ed- 
ucator, he applied to good advantage his professional knowledge 
and ripe experience ; while, as a farmer, he early realized the 
necessity of clearing our fields of rocks, for successful agricul- 
ture, and was the first to attack the great boulders, in 1823, that 
infested our farms. The horserake in 1842, and the mowing- 
machine in 1857, were first used in town on his Cream Hill 
farm, an impossibility in the original condition of the fields. 
He was persistent in his efforts to promote the social, moral, 
and educational interests of the community, and lived to see 
many of his favorite projects brought to maturity — Gold's Corn- 
wall, 296. From 1824 a Litchfield co. Fellow of the Conn. Med- 
ical Society (Thomas Hubbard, M.D., pres.). See Conn. Regis- 
ters. 

Gold ancestry : — Portions of the family have changed to Gould. 7 arms : Gould ; 
7 : GOLD (Alarston, Wilts, co.). Or, on a chev. betw. 3 roses, az. as many pineapples or. 
Crest — Demi lion ramp. or. . . . Maj. Nathan 1 , rem. from St. Edmondsbury, So. Brit- 
ain, and became a first settler of Fairfield, Conn., land holder 1649, a wealthy and edu- 
cated gentleman, often mentioned in Smith's History of New York ; one of the 19 peti- 
tioners named in the charter of Conn., Apr. 12, 14, Charles II, 1674, which petition was 
signed by no gentleman unless he had sustained a high reputation in England before he 
came to New England ; an assistant 1657-94. There is a gun in the possession of T. S. 
Gold, which was brought by him from Eng., m. Mrs. Martha Harvey, wid. of Edward, 
or Edmund Harvey of Milford ; Hon. Nathan 2 , dep.-gov. 1707-23, Ch. J. of Sup. Ct. 1712, 
m. 1st, Hannah Talcott 3 , b. Dec. 8, 1663 ; Rev. Hezekiah 3 , b. 1694, grad. Harvard 1719, 
pastor of Stratford, m. Mary Ruggles, da. Rev. Mr. Ruggles ; Rev. Hezekiah 4 , of Corn- 
wall, m. 1st, Sarah Sedgwick 6 ; Capt. Hezekiah 8 Gold, of Cream Hill, Cornwall, m. Ra- 
chel Wadsworth 8 . 

Wadworth, Wadsworth, Wadesuurde [Doomesday, 1086] literally, Woods-court, Ger- 
man : Waldes-hoff, Anglo-Saxon : Waldes-Weorth ancestry : — (Yorkshire). Gu. 3 fleurs- 
de-lis stalked and slipped ar. Crest — On a globe winged, an eagle rising or. Motto — 
Acjuilla non captat muscas. . . . Henry de Wadworth had son Peter living 1209. . . . 
Richard of Water Hall, 1379, m. Alice. . . . Nicholas de Wurdesworth of Peniston, 
York co., Eng., 1392, m. Elizabeth Proctor, da. William of P. . . . Thomas 1 , whose 
name is found written in Bible of, and supposed, therefore, to be father of Hon. Christo- 

gher 3 , from London, Boston, Mass., Sept. 16, 1632, Duxbury, Mass., rep., m. Grace Cole ; 
amuel 3 , Milton, Mass., m. Abigail Lindall, da. James and Mary of Duxbury, 1640 ; Hon. 
John 4 , b. 1674, m. Elizabeth Vose ; Rev. Samuel 6 , pastor S. Killingly, of advanced 
thought ; Samuel 8 , inherited the home farm at Cornwall, m. Sarah Douglas 7 ; Rachel 8 

71 



II2 2 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Wadsworth, m. Hezekiah Gold 6 — 2jo years of the Wadsworth family in America. By 
Horace Andrew Wadsworth, 1883, p. 22Q. 

Douglas ancestry : — Robert 1 ; William 3 [see +1560] ; Dea. William 8 , b. Bost., Mass., 
Apr. i, 1645, of New London, Conn., m. Abiah Hough 3 ; Dea. William 4 , Plainfield, Conn., 
i6gq, an organizer 1705, and a 1st dea. of P. chh. Larned's Windham co., I: 10b, m. Sarah 
Proctor ; James 6 , b. May 20, 1711, (bro. to Benajah, the gt.-gr. fa. of Hon. Stephen Arnold 
Douglas), fr. Plainf. to Cream Hill, Cornwall, 1739, an active pioneer, his farm now 
owned by T. S. Gold, m. Rachel Marsh; Sarah* Douglas, m. Samuel Wadsworth 8 — 
Douglas gen., by C. H.J. Douglas, p. 131. 

Hough ancestry : — Edward 1 ; William 2 [see +357] ; Abiah 3 Hough, m. Wm. Douglas 9 . 

Sedgwick ancestry .• — 2 arms: SEDGEWICK; 2: SEDGEwICKE ; /.• SEDGWIKE.- Sa. 
an inescutcheon within an orle of martlets ar. Crest — 2 ears of rye. . . . Maj.-Gen. 
Robert 1 , b. 1611, came 1635, a first settler of Charlestown, Mass., 1636, of great honor in 
the colony, m. Joanna, Widow Joanna lived 1677 at Stepney, Eng.; William 2 , Hartford, 
tn. Elizabeth Stone 3 ; Capt. Samuel 3 , b. 1667 (gr.fa. of Hon. Theodore, Speaker U. S. 
House of Rep.), m. Mary Hopkins 3 ; Dea. Benjamin 4 , b. Nov. 7, 1716, m. Anna Thomp- 
son, da. John of Wallingford ; Sarah 6 Sedgwick, m. Hezekiah Gold 4 . 

Hopkins ancestry : — John 1 ,- Cambridge 1634, an orig. prop. Hartford 1636, home lot 
on East Park (not kn. if related to Gov. Edward, b. Shrewsbury, Salop co., Eng., 1600, of 
Hartford 1637, s. of Edward, or Edmund, and Katharine (Lells), sister of Sir Henry, 
keeper of Westminster palace), m. Jane ; Stephen 1 , b. 1634, m. Dorcas Bronson, da. of 
John of Farmington (gr.fa. of Rev. Samuel of Gt. Barrington, the great theologian) ; 
Mary 3 Hopkins, m. Samuel Sedgwick 3 . 

Stone ancestry : — John 1 ; Rev. Samuel 2 [see +1935], m. 2d, at Boston, 1641, Elizabeth 
Allen of B.; Elizabeth 3 Stone, m. William Sedgwick. 

Tailecoat, Talcott, Taylcoat ancestry .-— 2 arms: (Essex). Ar. on a pale sa. 3 roses. 

Crest— Demi griffin John 1 of Warwickshire, Eng. ; John 2 , Colchester, Essex 

co., Eng., 1588, d. 1606; John 3 , Braintree, Eng., d. 1604, m. Anne Skinner; Hon John 4 , 
b. Braintree, Boston, Sept. 16, 1632, Cambridge 1632, with Hooker to .Hartford, where his 
house was built 1635, rep. assist, treas. of Col., m. in Eng. Dorothy Mott 3 ; Lt.-Col. John 8 , 
b. Eng., a patentee in charter of Conn. 1662, charter was intrusted to Wyllys, Talcott, 
and Allyn for safe keeping, m. 1st Helena Wakeman, da. Hon. John of New Haven ; 
Hannah* Talcott m. Nathan Gold 2 . 

Mott England ancestry : — 4. arms : (Essex and Suffolk). Sa. a crescent ar. Crest — 
Estoile of 8 points. . . . Thomas 1 of Sheme Hall, Essex co., Eng. ; Mark 2 of Brain- 
tree, Eng. ; Dorothy 8 Mott m. John Talcott 4 .— Trumbull's Hartford Co., 1 : 262-3. 

3275. 

DANIEL 7 CLEVELAND (Erastus', Moses*, Moses*, Aaron 3 , Aaron 2 , 

Moses'), d. Oneida, N. Y., May 20, 1867, a. 68, m. 1st, Cornwall, 
Conn., Nov. 13, 1821, Julia Rebecca Gold. b. Cornwall May 31, 
1800, d. Cleveland, O., Feb. 13, 1852, a da. Hezekiah and Rachel 
(Wadsworth). He m. 2d. Cleveland, O., July 7, 1853, Mrs. Mar- 
garet McLean of Canada, she d. Cleveland, O., 1857. Ch. by 
1st m. : 

+8850 James Douglas 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 15, 1822, Mad- 
ison, N. Y. 

-j-8851 Julia Antoinette 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 25, 1830, 
Utica, N. Y. 

8852 Mary Sedgwick 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 22, 1833, U., 
d. Cleveland May 6, 1877, unm.; resided at Saratoga. 

+8853 Thomas Gold" Cleveland, b. May 21, 1825, Madi- 
son. By 2d m. : 

8854 Edward Rogers 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 20, 1854, 
Cleveland, O., m., dwelt Bodie, Mono co., Cal., 1883, Los Ange- 
les, Cal., 1888-9, Secretary and Treas. Evening Express Co., 
Los A. s. p. 

Daniel 7 Cleveland of Utica, N. Y., afterward of Cleveland, 
of Pyfer {P. F.] & Co., merchants (1855), greatly respected. 

Gold and Wadsworth ancestries — see +3274. 

3276. 

LUCETTA 7 CLEVELAND (Erastus«), d. Cleveland, 0., July, 
1888, a. 73, m. Madison, N. Y., Jan. 23, 1823, Erastus Frederick 
Gaylord, b. Torringford, Conn., Oct. 21, 1795, d. Cleveland, O., 
Jan. 8, 1885, s. Nehemiah and Esther (Stephens). Ch. : 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1123 



+8855 Sarah BrowneW Gaylord, b. Dec. 16, 1823, Cornwall, 
Conn. 

+8856 Henry Cleveland* Gaylord, b. Oct. 21, 1826, Cornwall, 
Conn. 

+8857 Harriet Rebecca* Gaylord, b. Oct. 22, 1829, Madison, 
N. Y. 

+8858 Charles Darwin* Gaylord, b. Jan. 28, 1841, M. 

Hon. Erastus Frederick Gayland was a merchant in Corn- 
wall, and in Madison 1826 to 1854, when he came to Cleveland. 
Cleveland Herald, Jan. g, 1885 : — 

Erastus F. Gaylord was a pioneer of Cleveland ; a resident a half century. He was 
long connected with the drug business of Cleveland. Mr. Gaylord had been a member 
of the Presbyterian Church for forty- four years. He was first identified with the Stone 
Church, and was among the original members of the Second Church congregation. He 
was remarkable for his honor and integrity, and was, beside, very conservative in his 
personal ways, wearing his snow-white hair done up in a cue, so popular with past gen- 
erations. 

The Cleveland Herald, Jan. 24, 1883, — an account- of their 
Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary. 

Gaylord ancestry ■ — William 1 , William 2 , Nathaniel 3 [see -I-3160] ; Josiah*, b. Feb. 24, 
1686, m. Naomi Burnham ; Nehemiah 5 m. Lucy Loomis 8 ; Nehemiah 8 Gaylord m. Esther 
Stevens. — Gaylord gen. 

Loomis ancestry : — Joseph 1 , John 3 [see +3047] ; Timothy 3 m. Rebecca Porter; Lt. 
Ichabod* ; Lucy* .Loomis m. Nehemiah Gaylord*. 

3277. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 7 CLEAVELAND ( E ra 3 tus«), d. 
Madison, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1852, a. 48, m. 1st, M., Oct. 20, 25, 1825, 
Maria Trumbull Goodwin, b. Hartford, Conn., May 4, 1806, d. 
Madison Nov. 7, 1833,, da. Samuel and Abigail (Alcott). He m. 
2d, Oswego, N. Y., Mar. 31, 1836, Elizabeth Avery Putnam, b. 
Pawtucket, R. I., Aug. 23, 181 7, da. Rev. Aaron and Mary 
(Greene). (She m. 2d, see below.) Ch. by 1st m. : 

8859 Mary Eliza 8 Cleaveland, b. Apr. 13, 1828, Madison, 
d. Cleveland, O., 1857, m. Madison, James Orson Seymour; re- 
sided Cleveland. He res. Los Angeles, Cal., 1883-6. Ch. : 
Caroline 9 Seymour j Orson 9 Seymour ; Harriet 9 Seymour. 

8860 Abigail Maria 8 Cleaveland, b. Mar. 27, 1832, Ox- 
ford, m. Beloit, Wis., June 14, 1870, Henry F. Hobart, b. B. July 
15, 1843, a s * Horace and Charlotte Prudden (Field), lived Be- 
loit to June, 1883, afterward Las Vegas, San Miguel co., New 
Mexico. Ch.: Fred Cleveland 9 Hobart, b. Aug! 13, 187 1, Beloit, 
d. Madison, Wis., Aug. 25, 1875. By 2d m.: 

8861 Lucy Green Rice 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 7, 1837, Cleve- 
land, O., m. Madison, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1857, Eben H. Moore, b. 
New Haven, Conn., Oct. 22, 1834, s. Hartshorn and Caroline E. 
(Gaston), res. Dubuque, la., druggist. Ch. b. Dubuque : Henry 
Cleveland 9 Moore, Oct. 26, i860; Helen Maria 9 Moore, Aug. 2, 1862; 
Elizabeth Putnam 9 Moore, Jan. 22, 1865. 

8862 Sarah Louise 8 Cleveland, b. March 10, 1839, Owe- 
go, N. Y., m. Madison, N. Y., Mar. 24, 1859, Charles Williams 
Mott, b. Sangerfield, N.Y., June 7, 1835, s. John and Eliza (Wil- 
liams), res. Oneida 1879-86, lumber merch. Ch.: Avis Williams 9 
Mott, b. Dec. 21, Sangerf. d. S. 23, 1859; Katie Elizabeth 9 Mott, b. 
Dec. 8, 1861, S., d. Oneida, Feb. 1, 1869 ; John Franklin 9 Mott, b. 
Aug. 16, 1864, O., d. Sangerf. Nov. 26, 1865 ; Arthur Cleveland 9 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



Mott, b. Nov. 24, 1866, Oneida, d. O. Jan. 30, 1869 ; Alice Wil- 
liams' Mott, b. Dec. 13, 30, 1869, O.; Lucy Cleveland* Mott, b. Oct. 
28, 1873, O.; Charles Earl* Mott, Mar. 10, 12, 1879, O. 

+8863 Aaron Putnam 8 Cleveland, b. June 29, 1841, Mad- 
ison. 8864 Katherine Sloan 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 26, 1843, M., 
m. Cleveland, O., John Jackson Eddy, b. Rockaway, Morris co., 
N.J., May 2, 1840, s. Lucius Junius and Louisa Maria (Pratt), 
resided Oneida ; res. Boston, was cashier of Maverick National 
Bank, Boston, Asa. P. Potter, Pres., chartered a State Bank 
1854, National Bank 1865; now (1886) cashier of the National 
Exchange Bank, Boston, s. p. 

+8865 Henry Gaylord 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 1, 1846, Mad- 
ison, N. Y. 

Dr. Benjamin Franklin 7 Cleveland grad. Hamilton college, 
Clinton, N. Y., resided in Cleveland, O., 1837-8, chemist ; was 
for many years a practicing physician at Madison, N. Y. Con- 
necticut Courant, Hartford, Nov. 25, 1833, contains Obituary of 
Mrs. Maria T. (Goodwin) Cleveland. 

Goodwin ancestry : — Oziasi [see -f- 5829] ; Nathaniel* b. ab. 1637 of Hartford, m. 2d, 
Elizabeth Pratt'; Samuel 3 b. Aug-. 22, 1682, m. Mary Steele* ; Samuel* m. 2d, Laodamia. 
Merrill, da. Moses and Mary of H.; Samuel 6 m. Abigail Butler; Samuel 8 Goodwin m. 
1st, Abigail Alcott, da. Hezekiah and Mary Ellis (Harris). — Goodwin gen. by James J. 
Goodwin, 6s8. 

Steel, Steele ancestry : — 6 arms : (Ireland) Ar. a bend counter componee sa. & or 
betw. 2 lions' heads erased gu. on chief az. 3 billets or. Crest — Demi eagle displ. hold- 
ing in beak snake. . . . George 1 , Cambridge, Mass., 1632 (bro. of John) freemanj May 
14, 1634, an origi settler Hartford 1635, d. 1664 "very old" ; James 2 m. 1st, Anna Bishop, 
prob. a da. Of John & Ann of Guilford, Conn.; Lit. James , b. ab. 1658, m. Sarah Barnard, 
prob. da. Bartholomew Barnard & Sarahs (Thomas 1 of Roxbury, Mass., m. Mary) Birch- 
ard ; Mary* Steele m. Samuel Goodwin 8 . — Steele Family, By Jbaniel Steele Durrie, i8$q, 
p. 12. ? 

Pratt ancestry : —John 1 [see-(- 1112] ; Daniel 2 , Hartford, freem. 1657, d. Apr. [bur. 24] 
1691 ; Edward 3 Pratt m. Nathaniel Goodwin 2 . 

Mrs. Elizabeth Avery (Putnam) Cleveland m. 2d, Morton 
Eddy of Fall River, Mass., res. there. 

Putnam ancestry : —John 17 , Thomas 18 , Joseph 18 [see+1108] : Gen. Israel 20 b. S., Jan. 
7, 17 17-18, of the Continental army, Revolution ancestor of ; Rev. Aaron Putnam m. 
Mary Greene. 

3278. 

. MARY ANN 7 CLEVELAND (Erasw), d. Marshall, Mich., 
July 24, 1832, a. 26, m. Sept. 4, 1828, Rev. John Douglas Pierce, 
b. Chesterfield, N. H., Feb. 18, 1797, d. Apr. 6, 1882, cousin of 
President Franklin Pierce, Presbyterian clergyman; founder of 
Mich. School System. Ch. b. Madison, N. Y. : 

8866 James Dougald Stuart* Pierce (Lt.), b. Dec. 14, 1829, 
d. Nov. 12, 1848, grad. West Point ; soldier of the Mexican war, 
d., after return htome, from disease contracted in the field. 

8867 Anna Millicent Eliza* Pierce, b. May 30, 1831, d. Sept. 
24, 1845. 

3279. 

ELIZA 7 CLEVELAND (Erastus«), d. Madison, N. Y., Aug. 29, 
1870, a. 61, m. M. Aug. 3, 183 1, Nathaniel Snell Howard, b. M. 
May 18, 1804, d. M. Jan. 21, 1855, a s. Charles. Dwelt at Madi- 
son, farmer and miller. An excellent obituary by Mrs. Eliza 7 
(Cleveland) Howard in Oneida Dispatch or Democratic Republican, 
ab. Feb. 1857. Ch. b. Madison: Charles Nathaniel* Howard, b. May 
4, d. M. Oct. 5, 1832. 



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8868 Mary Eliza* Howard, b. May 18, 1834, m. M. Jan. 7, 
1858, Robert Wesley Lane. Ch. : Mary Howard 9 Lane, b. Apr. 
29, d. May 6, 1859 ; Anna Howard 3 Lane, b. Mar. 26, i860 ; Lily 
Star 9 Lane, b. Feb. 20, 1862, d. Mar. 29, 1864. Adelaide* Howard, 
b. Nov. 14, 1835, d. M. Mar. io, 1836 ; Caroline* Howard, b. and 
d. M. Nov. 10, 1837. 

8869 Julia Rebecca* Howard, b. Jan. 31, 1840, m. M. Jan. 3, 
1861, Chauncey Edwards Baldwin, b. Cornwall, Conn., s. Noah 
and Sabra (Smith) [Cotter], res. W. Cornwall, farmer and ins. 
agt. Ch. b. C: Grace Howard 9 Baldwin, b. Feb. 28, 1863, d. Feb. 
9, 1871 ; Edward Chauncey 9 Baldwin, b. Nov. 30, 1869 ; Clevelana 
Howard 9 Baldwin, b. June 4, 1873, d. Mar. 3, 1875. Charles* How- 
ard, b. May 29, 1841, M. Apr. 6, 1844. 

8870 Erastus Cleveland* Howard, b. July 2, 1842, m. 1st, 
June 6, 1861, Mary Boughton, she d. Dec. 22, 1862. He m. 2d, 
Nov. 6, 1867, Elizabeth Currelle. Ch. by 1st m.: Minnie Bough- 
ton 9 Howard, b. Nov. 10, 1862, d. Sept. 15, 1863; by 2dm.: Car- 
lotta 9 Howard, b. Nov. 9, 1868. 

3280. 

- JEANNETTE' CLEAVELAND (Erastus', Moses*, Moses*, Aaron", 

Aaron*, Moses"), d. Madison, N. Y., July 31, 1884, a. 72, m, M. Apr. 
20, 1831, Hamilton Putnam, b. M. Sept. 5, 1807, d. Cortland, N. 
Y., Dec. 15, 1892, a s. Dr. Elijah and Phebe-(Wood). Ch.: 

+8871 Henry Cleaveland* Putnam, b. Mar. 6, 1832, Madison, 
N. Y. 

-f-8872 Erastus Gaylord* Putnam, b. Dec. 23, 1834, Harford, 
near Dryden, N. Y. 

+8873 Mary Jeannette* Putnam, b. Apr. 10, 1836, Madison, 
N. Y. 

8874 Caroline Lucetta* Putnam, b. Nov. 27, 1838, M., m. 
Cortland, June n, 1861, Henry Francis Benton, b. C. Feb. 3, 
1837, a s. Chester and Tirzah Porter (Loomis), res. Cortland. 
Ch. b. C: Jeannette Cleaveland 9 Benton, Sept. 10, 1863 ; Mary Put- 
nam 9 Benton, June 5, 1865; Carrie Louise 9 Benton, Jan. 4, 1868. 

8875 Samuel Cleaveland* Putnam, b. Jan. 6, 1841, Madison, 
m. Caroline Balcom. Ch. : Annie 9 Putnam; Jeanette C 9 Putnam ; 
Son 9 , d. y. ; Charles Hamilton* Putnam, b. June 10, 1848, Cortland, 
d. C. Dec. 30, 1 85 1 ; Annie Maria* Putnam, *b. July 16, C, d. C. 
Sept. 19, 1853. 

8876 John Cleaveland* Putnam, b. June 14, 1855, C, d. C. 
Dec. 28, 1876, unm. 

Hamilton Putnam resided at Cortland over 50 years, mer- 
chant; was justice of the peace and supervisor of the county 
many years, a director of the National Bank of Cortland, and a 
member of the Presbyterian church. 

Putnam ancestry: — Arms — Sable crusilly fitchee, a stork of the last. Crest — A 
wolf's head, gules. . . Simon 1 de Puttenham, ngg ; Ralph 2 de Puttenham of Putten- 
ham, Eng., 1217 ; Richard 3 de Puttenham, 1273 ; John 4 de Puttenham of Puttenham, 1291 ; 
Thomas 6 Puttenham temp. Edward I ; Rogers Puttenham, High Sheriff for Herts, Eng., 
1322; Henry 7 Puttenham about 1300-1350 ; Sir Roger 8 Puttenham ab. 1320-1380; William 9 
Puttenham ab. 1360-1420 of Puttenham and Penne, Eng., m. Margaret, third da. of John 
■de Warbleton of Warbleton, Sussex, and Sherfield on Loudon, Southampton, Eng., by 
Katherine, da. of Sir John de Foxle of Foxle, Bramshell, and Apuldrefield, Eng. ; 
Henry 10 Puttenham, 1408-1473, of Puttenham, Penn, Sherfield, Warbleton, &c, m. Eliza- 
beth, wid. of Geoffrey Goodluck; William 11 Puttenham, 1430-1492, of Puttenham, Penn, 
Long Marston, Sherfield, Warbleton, Tannerigge, and Williegh, Eng., m. Anne, da. of 



II2 6 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

John Hampden of Hampden, oo. Bucks, Eng., by Elizabeth, da. of Sir John Whalesbor- 
ough, Knight of Whalesborough, co. Corn-wall, Eng. (The Hampdens, one of the most 
ancient of English families, claiming descent from Baldwin de Hampden, who was of 
note before the Norman invasion. John, the father of Anne Puttenham was Knight of 
the shire for Bucks in 1420 and 1430, of Beds, 1450, d. 1450, from him descended John' 
Hampden, b. London, Eng., 1594, the " Patriot," d. June 24, 1643, from wounds received 
at Chalgrove Field, Oxfordshire, Eng., June 18, 1643, whose mother was Elizabeth Crom- 
well aunt to Oliver Cromwell.) Nicholas 12 Puttenham or Puttnam, b. ab. 1460, lived at 
Putnam Place in Penn, Eng.; Henry 13 Putnam, living, 1526; Richard 14 Putnam or 
Puttynhn, 1500-1556, of Eddlesborough and Woughton, Eng., m. Joan ; John 16 Putnam of 
Rowsham, Slapton, and Wingrave, Eng., was buried in Wingrave, Oct. 2, 1573, his wife, 
Margaret Putnam, was buried Jan. 27, 1568 ; Nicholas 16 Putnam of Wingrave and Stuke- 
ley, Eng., 1540-1598, m. at Wingrave, Jan. 30, 1577, Margaret, bap. at Wingrave, Aug. 16, 
1556, da. of John and Elizabeth Goodspeed ; John 17 Putnam, bap. Aston Abbotts, co- 
Buckingham, Eng., Jan. 17, 1579-80, of Aston Abbots, with w. and 4 ch. came to N. E., 
1634, settled in Salem Village, now Danvers, Mass., 1634, d. Dec. 30, 1662, m. prob. early 
in 1612, Priscilla Gould ; Capt. John 18 , bap. Aston Abbots, May 27, 1627, freeman, 1665, 
styled corporal, 1672, commissioned Oct. 7, 1678, It. of the troops of horse at the Village, 
deputy to Gen. Court, 1679, 80, 86, 91, 92, is styled capt. after 1687, capt. of troopers in 
Narragansett fight, of Salem, large landed property, d. S. V., Apr. 7, 1710, "buried by ye 
soldiers," m. S., Mar. 7, 1652, Rebecca Prince, step-da. of John Gedney of S. ; Eleazer 18 , 
b. Salem Village, 1665, of Danvers in 1690, had been of Capt. William Raymond's co. r 
enlisted for the " Canada Expedition," tythingman of the Village, 1700, 1705, constable, 
1708, surveyor of highways on Topsfield road, 1711, d. S. V., Jan. 25, 1732-3, m. 2d, Nov. 
14, 1711, Elizabeth Rolfe 6 , b. Newbury, Mass., Dec. 15, 1679, d. Jan. 2, 1752 ; Capt. 
Henry 20 , b. Salem Village, Aug. 14, 1712, by his experience in military matters he earned 
the commission of It., which he held during Louisburg exped., officer in the French war, 
served in the subjection of Canada to the English, and although exempt from military 
duty accompanied the troops with his 5 sons to Lexington, Mass., fell in action at Lex- 
ington, Apr. 19, 1775, m. Hannah ; Eleazer 21 , b. Danvers, June 5, 1738, in Capt. Isaac 
Hull's co., credited 5 days' service in Lexington alarm, estate adm , Mar. 14, 1806, m. 
pub. Charlestown, Mass., Mar. 20, 1761, Mary Crosby of Billerica, Mass. ; Dr. Elijah 2 * 
Putnam, b. Medford, Mass., 1769, rem. from West Cambridge, Mass., 1801, to Peterboro, 
N. Y., thence Mar., 1802, to Madison, N. Y., where he practised medicine 40 years, an 
organizer of the Madison co. Medical Soc, July 29, 1806, an excellent physician and sur- 

feon, a worthy, respected man, and a Christian gentleman, d. Madison, Jan., 1851, m. 
hoebe Wood, b. M., d. ab. 1854, da. Capt. Abner Wood. — Notes of Eras (us Gaylord 8 
Putnam of Elizabeth, N. J. ; History of the Putnam Family in England and America, by 
Eben Putnam, Salem, Mass., 1892-5. 

Rolfe ancestry ; — 7 arms.- (Sanuu, co. Wilts.) Ar. 3 ravens sa. Crest — On a staff, 
couped and raguly, lying fesseways, and sprouting at the dexter end, vert, a raven, close, 
sa. . . Ralph temp. Conquest of Chivelstone, co. Devon, Eng. Rolf possessed Chen- 
vestan manor, since Cheinstone, co. Devon.-p Domesday survey. Will of Humphrey de 
Bohun, earl Hereford, Eng., Oct. io, 1361, John Rolf, legatee. . . Honour 1 [may have 
been the name of a widow for Savage says concerning Henry of Newbury, Mass., " per- 
haps his wid. was Honour, who d. at Charlestown, Dec. 19, 1650"] ; Henry 2 prob. from 
co. Wilts, Eng., with w. and ch., came to Newbury among the first settlers, d. N., Mar. 
1, 1643 ; John', d. bef. 1643 > Benjamin 4 , b. 1640, of Newbury, weaver, d. N., Aug. 10, 1710, 
m. N., Nov. 3, 1659, Apphia Hale, b, N., 1642, d. N., Dec. 24, 1708, only da. Thomas and 
Thomasine or Tamosm of N. ; Elizabeth 6 Rolfe m. Eleazer Putnam 18 .— TV. E. H. G. Peg., 
Ill: 151 ; Coffin' s Newbury, 31b ; Savage. 

3281. 

JULIA ANN MARIA 7 CLEAVELAND (Erastus*), m. Mad- 
ison, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1 841, Dr. Lyman Osgood Oriton, b. Ham- 
ilton, N. Y., Jan. 18, 1819, d. Lincoln, 111., Apr. 19, 1884, s. 
Thomas and Beulah (Rockwood). Dwelt in Broadwell, Logan 
co., 111., 1878, afterward at Lincoln. Mrs. Julia C. Orton still 
resides at Lincoln, 1895, is a subscriber for this Genealogy. 
Ch. b. Lebanon, Madison co., N. Y. : 

8877 Samuel Cleveland 9 Orton, b. Aug. 29, 1842, m. in Mo., 
Feb., 1874, Amelia Waite, res. Kansas City, Mo. Ch. : Julia 
Cleveland 9 , b. Feb. 20, 1875, d. Apr:, 1881 ; Charles F* ; William* ; 
Edward* ; Henry*. Belinda Beulah* Orton, b. June 21, 1844, d. 
Lebanon, Apr. 10, 1846; Henry Gaylord 8 , b. July 27, 1846, d. 
Leb., Mar. 18, 1848 ; Son*, b. Feb. 16, d. L., Mar. 4, 1849. 8878 
Julia* Orton, b. Feb. 8, 1850, unm., res., Lincoln. 

8879 Franklin Cleveland* Orton, b. Aug. 16, 1852, m. Lin- 
coln, Nov. 18, 1881, Carrie Rutledge, res. Lincoln, R. R. em- 
ploye. Ch. : Virginia*, b. Oct. 30, 1884. Mary Lucetta* Orton, b. 
Feb. 1, 1857, d. Broadwell, Mar. 3, 1858. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



3282. 



1127 



SAMUEL GOLD 7 CLEVELAND (Erastus*, Moses«, Moses*, Aaron', 

Aarons, Mosesi), m. Waterloo, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1844, Abisha Pease, b. 
W., June 25, 182 1, da. Ammi and Hannah (Brownell). Resided 
in the old Cleveland mansion on the homestead at Madison, 
N. Y., from. 1855 until 1882, then sold it and rem. to Batavia, 
farmer. Ch. b. Madison : 

4-8880 Frederick Erastus 8 Cleveland, b. July 1, 1847. 

-j-8881 Herbert Arthur 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 29, 1850. 

8882 Charles Wilford 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 14, 1854, m. 
Hudson, Mich., Jan. n, 1882, Florence Adell Pease, b. H., Sept. 

6, 1856, a da. Samuel Brownell and Emeline Electa (Childs). 
Resided at Madison to June, 1872, Oneida, N. Y., to 1875 ; 
Peoria, 111., to 1877, and since at Chicago, 1895, watchmaker and 
jeweler. With U. S. Express co., 1883. 

* 

3283. 

AarOtl JBailey 1 McCrtllUS (Eunice*, Moses», Moses*, Aaron*, 

Aaron"), d. in Ind., May 1, 1851, a. 50, m. 1st, Portersville, Dubois 
co., Ind., Dec. 9, 1827, Sarah Brown, b. Augusta co., Va., Nov. 

7, 1802, d. Portersville, Oct. 28, 1830, da. William. He m. 2d, 
P., June 2, 1831, Dorcas Farris, born in N. C, Dec. 18, 1802, da. 
James and Elizabeth, settled in Du Bois co., Ind. Ch. by 1st 
marriage : 

8883 Erastus 9 McCrillus, b. Sept. 10, 1828, m. Leavenworth, 
Kan., Oct., 1868, Margaret Dunlap of Ohio, da. William. Dwelt 
Leavenworth. Ch.: Williani, b. 1870; Frederick* ', 1872; Charles 91 , 

1874. 

8884 Samuel Brown* McCrillus (Dr.), b. June 27, 1830, m. 
Paoli, Orange co., Ind., Mar. 20, 1861, Helen Coningore, b. Har- 
rodsburg, Ky., da. Henry and Cynthia Anna (Johnson). Re- 
sided in Lewisburg, Preble co., O., to 1867, after at Anderson, 
Madison co., Ind. Proprietor of patent medicines. Ch.: Anna 
Sarah 9 , b. Dec. 12, 1861; Etta Lizzie 9 , Sept. 11, 1863. By 2d m. : 

+8885 Sarah Jane 9 McCrillus, b. Apr. 7, 1832. 

8886 Elizabeth Ellen* McCrillus, b. Feb. 5, 1834, d. Sept. 1, 
1868 ; Newton* McCrillus, b. Aug. 22, 1836, d. Apr. 13, 1837. 

8887 Sylvanus Farris* McCrillus, b. Feb. 26, 1838. 

8888 Aaron Bailey* McCrillus, b. May 5,' 1840, died Apr. 2, 
1864. 

8889 Emily 5 McCrillus, b. Apr. 9, 1843, m. 1st, James Car- 
rolton McConahay, was of 49th Ind. Vols. She m. 2d, Feb. 19, 
1879, Nathan Baldwin Berry. Ch. by 1st m.: George Bailey 9 
McConahay, b. Apr. 5, 1865. By 2d m.: Frank Albert 9 Berry, July 
10, 1880. 

3284. 

Eunice' McCrillus (Eunice*, Moses's), m _ j an . 21, 1821, John 
Chester Wilford, b. in Conn., Aug. 22, 1788, d. Elba, N. Y., Apr. 
21, 1852, s. Joseph and Mercy (Barker). Ch. b. Elba: 

8890 Josephine Bonaparte* Wilford, b. Feb. 8, 1822, m. E., 
May 3, 1841, James Cochran Jacks, b. 1819, s. Samuel and Betsey 



II2 8 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

(Husted), res. Batavia, farmer. Ch. b. Batavia: Da. 9 , b. 1842, d. 
same day ; John Wilford 9 Jacks, b. Sept. 8, 1844; Mary Elizabeth 9 
Jacks, June 22, 1846 ; Julia Wilford 9 Jacks, Nov. 8, 1848; James 
Corwin 9 Jacks, Feb., 185-; Sarah Josephine 9 Jacks, Jan. 5, i860. 

8891 Eugene Beauharnais* Wilford, born Sept. 8, 1823, m. 
Brockport, Monroe co., N. Y., Jan. 3, 1861, Catharine Sutphin, 
b. B., July 28, 1831, da. Jacob and Fanny (Ferguson), 1. Elba, 
farmer. Ch.: Da?, b. Feb. 14, d. May 19, 1862; Joseph Sutphin 9 
Wilford, b. Mar. 29, 1864 ; Chester Eugene 9 Wilford, Jan. 3, 1866 ; 
Arthur Corwin 9 Wilford, Apr. 10, 1868. 

8892 Janette Cleveland* Wilford, b. Mar. 10, 1825, m. June 
24, 1857, as 2d w., Augustus Wilford Shrigley, b. Canada, 1826, 

d. May 24, 1879, s - Enoch and (O'Reiliey). (He m. 1st, 

Julia Eliza? Wilford +8893.) She res. Kalamazoo, Mich. Ch. : 
Janette Ellen 9 Shrigley. 

8893 Julia Eliza? Wilford, b. Jan. 1, 1827, d. Welland, Can., 
Feb. 4, 1856, m. Feb. 8, 1849, as 1st w., Augustus Wilford. Shrig- 
ley. (He m. 2d, Janette Cleveland* Wilford +8892.) Ch.: Eunice 
Augusta 9 Shrigley, b. Apr. 22, 1850; Julia Wilford 9 Shrigley, Feb. 
28, 1852 ; Eugene Wilford 9 Shrigley, Sept. 30, 1854. 

8894 William Chester* Wilford, b. Aug. 25, 1829, m. Oct. 
16, 1856, Hannah Cowles, born Livingston co., N. Y.?, da. Col. 

James and (Dickinson), res. Rochester, N. Y., lumber, etc. 

Ch.: John Chester 9 Wilford, b. May 3, 1858 ; Alice Maud 9 Wilford, 
Dec. 25, i860; Mary Louise" Wilford, 1862; Cornelia White* Wil- 
ford, d. soon; Cola 9 Wilford, b. Aug. 31, 1865; Sarah Elizabeth 9 
Wilford, Jan. 6, 1868. 

8895 John Barker* Wilford, b. Mar. 26, 183 1, d. Lafayette, 
Tippecanoe co., Ind., June 17, 1881, m. 1st, Mary Elizabeth Way, 
b. Sweden, N. Y., d. Oakfield, N. Y., 1863, da. Samuel. • He m. 
2d, Feb. 27, 1868, Sarah M. Willett, b. Batavia, N. Y., da. dea. 
William. Ch. by 1st m.: Helen 9 Wilford, d.; Mary Gertrude 9 Wil- 
ford, b. Mar. 28, 1863. By 2d m.: Herbert Edwin 9 Wilford, Sept. 
12, 1869. 

8896 Joseph Edwin* Wilford, b. July 10, 1833, m - Mar. 22, 
1865, Mary Ellen Robe, b. Elba, Sept. 2, 1846, da. Jeffrey and 
Abigail (Higley), 1. Elba, 1883. Ch.: Son 9 , d. s.; Da?, d. s. 

8897 Sarah Elizabeth? Wilford, b. Sept. 4, 1839, died Elba, 
Jan. 15, 1865, m. Oct. 29, 1863, Charles Sherwood, whose parents 
lived Byron, N. Y. s. p. 

John Chester Wilford was a farmer. Mrs. Eunice" 1 (McCril/is) 
Wilford res., 1883, Elba. 

3285. 

JPhebe Elizabeth" McCrillis (Eunice*), died Elba, N. Y., 
May 4, 1840, a. 35, m. N. Y. state, 1822, Rice Baldwin, born in 
Conn., 1792, d. Oakfield, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1864, s. Aaron and Ex- 
perience (Hart). Farmer, of Elba. Ch. : 

8898 Elvira Jane* Baldwin, born Sept. 1, 1822, m. Harvey 
Weage, res. Waterford, Racine co., Wis. Ch.: 3 Daughters 9 , all 
married. 

+ 8899 Eunice Experience* Baldwin, b. May n, 1824. 

8900 Phebe Janette* Baldwin, b. Feb. 24, 1827, m. Horace 
Farley, 1. Santa Clara, Santa C. co., Cal., supt. of a gold mine, 
1883. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1 1 29 



8901 William Hart* Baldwin, born Jan. 23, 1829, m. Mrs. 
Jane Melvina (Edgerton) Storms, 1. Batavia, N. Y., farmer. Ch.: 
Phebe 9 Baldwin; Lilian 9 Baldwin. 

-(-8902 Milton Rice* Baldwin, b. Mar. 25, 1830. 

Flavins Josephus* Baldwin, b. 1832, d. aged 2 weeks. 

8903 Aaron McCrillus* Baldwin, b. July 27, 1834, d. Wash- 
ington, D. C, unm., at hospital, from wounds received at Cedar 
Mountain battle. 

8904 Eleanor Henrietta 6 Baldwin, b. Oct. 10, 1836, m. Henry 
Edgerton, 1. Elba. Ch.: 4. 

8905 Lucy Joanna* Baldwin, b. Oct. 20, 1839, m. John Bar- 
num Bliss, 1. Oakfleld. Ch.: John Barnum 9 Bliss. 

3286. 

William Cleveland 7 McCrillis (Eunice*), m. Elba (now 
Oakfield), N. Y., Feb. 5, 1829, Sally Ann Haxton, b. Batavia, N. 
Y., Aug. 18, 1810, da. Jeremiah and Abigail (Holley), res. Oak- 
field, a well-to-do farmer and a much-esteemed citizen. He 
has manifested, in a tangible manner, the utmost interest in 
this work, and to this gentleman our cordial thanks are due" 
Ch. b. Elba : 8906 Delia Elizabeth* McCrillis, b. July 24, 1830. 

8907 Ann Jeannette* McCrillis, b. Aug. 30, 1833, m. Nov. 
24, 1866, William Cox, s. Townsend and Hannah (Sharpless). 

8908 Mary Abigail* McCrillis, b. Jan. 22, 1836. 

8909 Caroline Haxton* McCrillis, b. Apr. 3, 1838, m. Sept. 
14, 1859, Sidney Underhill, s. Alfred and Margarette (Dunham). 
Ch.: William C. 9 Underhill, b. Apr. 15, 1864, Oakfield. 

^ ' 8910 Julia Jane* McCrillis, b. Mar. 24, 1840 ; Harriet So- 
phia* McCrillis, b. June 20, d. Sept. .19, 1841 ; Erastus Bailey* Mc- 
Crillis, b. Nov. 10, 1841, d. Mar. 18, 1854. 

891 1 William Clayton* McCrillis, b. June 25, 1845. 

8912 Flora Amelia* McCrillis, b. June 24, 1851, m. Feb. 24, 
1870, Thomas Chappie, s. Thomas and Catherine (Dunn). Ch. 
b. O.: Anna Catharine 9 Chappie, Dec. 11, 1873 ; William Thomas 9 
Chappie, Nov. 24, 1876 ; George Cleveland 9 Chappie, Sept. 28, 1879, 

3287. 

Sarah Bailey' 1 McCrillis (Eunice*), d. Lyndon, Mich., 
Feb. 5, 1841, a. 31, m. Elba, N. Y., June 5, 1834, Bostwick Hurd, 
b. Monroe, Fairfield co., Conn., Aug. 27, 1797, d. n. Bridgeport, 
Conn., 1859. Settled in Mich., farmer. Ch. b. Lyndon : Bost- 
wick Carlton* Hurd, b. Mar. 22, d. L. July 5, 1835. 
^ 8913 Sarah Eunice* Hurd, b. Oct. 1, 1837, m. Ixonia, Jeffer- 
son co., Wis., Oct. 1, 1856, Charles Lorum Chamberlain, b. West 
Stockbridge, Mass., Aug. 20, 1836, son John Lorum and Alzora 
(Ward), 1. Ridgeway, Osage co., Kan., farmer. Ch.: Charles 
William 9 Chamberlain, b. Sept. 17, 1857, Monroe, Wis.; Anna Al- 
zora 9 Chamberlain, b. Oct. 25, 1862, M., d. Sept. 25, 1865 ; Laura 
May 9 Chamberlain, b. Sept. 5, 1866, Prenton, Wis.; Lura Myrtie 9 
Chamberlain, Dec. 23, 1869, Ridgeway; Alia Maud 9 Chamberlain, 
May 15, 1875, R. 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



3288. 



Erastus Cleveland? McCrillus (Eunice'), m. Apr. 2, 1844, 
Amy Amelia Pier, b. Steuben co., N. Y., Dec. 29, 1823, da. Ethan 
and Samantha (Johnson). Settled in Lewisburg, O., removed to 
Muncie,' Delaware co., Ind., where res. 1883, farmer. Ch. born 
Lewisburg : 

8914 William Erastus 9 McCrillus, b. May 26, 1850, m. Mary 
Ellen Williams, b. Muncie, da. John and Olivia (Powers). Ch.: 
Maud Olivia 9 McCrillus. 

8915 Emery Cleveland 9 McCrillus (Dr.), b. Nov. 17, 1854, 
m., practicing physician, Muncie. 8916 Charles Carroll* McCril- 
lus, b. Dec. 1, 1856, m. 8917 Samuel Frank* McCrillus, b. Apr. 
26, 1859, m. 8918 Donna Amelia* McCrillus, b. Jan. 4, 1863, m. 

3289. 

MARY BACON 7 CLEVELAND (William Pitt°, Moses*, Moses*, 

Aaron», Aarona), d. Dec. ii, 1879, a - 69, m. Apr. io, 1 828, William 
H. Chambers, he d. Morrisville, N. Y. Ch.: 8919 William Pitt* 
Chambers, b. May 19, 1830, m. Mar. 2, 1853, Emily Evarts ; ch.: 
Charles* Chambers, b. Mar. 18, 1865 ; Maud 9 Chambers, Mar. 22, 
1867. 8920 Sarah Maria* Chambers, b. Nov. 21, 1835, m. Apr. 19, 
1855, Hiram Stone; ch.: Edwin Hiram 9 Stone, b. May 13, 1859; 
William Clarence 9 Stone, b. Apr. 15, 1861, m. Jan. 18, 1882, Flor- 
ence Clark. 

3290. 

SARAH MARIA 7 CLEVELAND (wiiiiam Pitt°), d. Greene, 
Chenango co., N. Y., Feb. 9, 1850, m. Harrison Bicknell, s. Ben- 
nett. Ch.: 

8921 Byron J? Bicknell, b. Oct. 10, 1832, m. Left Roches- 
ter, N. Y., and went South Mar. 1, 1857, lived in Miss, until 
1866, res. since at Memphis, Tenn., dealer in steam boilers and 
engines, 1883. Ch.: J. Bennet 9 Bicknell; Bessie 9 Bicknell. 

8922 Mary* Bicknell, d., m. John or James C. Derby. Ch.: 
Minnie* Derby, b. 1854, m. Chattanooga, Hamiltonco., Tenn., 1879, 
Ambrose; ch.: Da} 9 , b. Sept. 12, 1881. 

Harrison Bicknell an editor in Central N. Y. 

Bicknell ancestry : — John* Bicknell came 1632, of Weymouth, Mass., rep., m. Mary. 
The Bicknell family association meets annually in his homestead. 

3291. 

THOMAS LUMBARD 7 CLEVELAND (wiiiiam Pitte), died 
Dec. 2, 1879, a. 64, m. July 31, 1845, Susan Lathrope Palmer, b. 
Columbus, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1818. Ch.: 

Mary Louisa 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 23, 1847. 
+8923 William Pitt 6 Cleveland, b. Sept. 3, 1849. 
+ 8924 Charles Anson 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 30, 1850. 
8925 Susie Bell 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 1, 1861, d. May 1, 

1879. 

Thomas Lumbard 7 Cleveland resided at Morrisville, N. Y., 
merchant, a much-esteemed citizen. Utica Morning Herald, Dec. 



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II3I 



26, 1882 — contains obituary notice. Mrs. Cleveland res. Mor- 
risville, 1883. 

3299. 

AmbrOSia 1 HobinSOfl (Sarah*, John*, Moses*, Aaron 3 , Aaron"), d. 

June 12, 1853, a. 52, m. Augustus Morgan. Ch.: 

8926 Helen Ambrosia* Morgan, b. Dec. 16, 1831, Bingham- 
ton, N. Y., m. B. Feb. 24, 1873, Gen. Calvin Harlowe Frederick, 
b. Hamilton, N. Y., May 30, 1828, s. Rev. Michael and Margaret 
(Clute), res. Omaha, Neb., 1884, officer U. S. A. s. p. 

3300. 

JErasmus Darwin 7 Robinson (saraii«), m. Troy, N. Y., 
May 21, 1830, Mary Pamelia Smith, b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., July 
28, 1807, da. John D. and Eliza (Ward), res. Binghamton, N. Y., 
retired merchant. Ch.: 

8927 John Tracy* Robinson, b. Mar. 4, 1831, m. Union, N. 
Y., Jan. 6, 1854, Lockie L. G. Monsseran of U., res. Bingham- 
ton, s. p. Sarah Eliza*, b. Mar. 4, 1833, d. Nov. 1, 1837. 8928 
Darwin Augustus* Robinson, b. Aug. 31, 1835, d. Nov. 22, 1866. 
8929 Mary Martin* Robinson, b. Oct. 23,. 1839, m. Baltimore, Oct. 
3, 1862, Edward L. Lewis of Fulton, N. Y., res. Binghamton, s. 
p. 8930 Charles Henry* Robinson, b. Sept. 18, 1843, m. B. Aug. 6, 
1868, Mary Dugan. Ch. b. B.; Edward Augustus*, Aug. 11, 1869; 
Jennie May*, Jan. 17, 187 1. 

3303. 

John Cleveland 1 RobinSOn (Sarah«, Johns, Moses*, Aaron', 

Aaron2), m. Green Bay, Wis., May 15, 1842, Sarah Maria Pease, b. 
Enfield, Conn., Sept. 12, 1822, da. Hon. Lorraine Tracy and Sa- 
rah (Marshall). Ch.: Sarah Marshall* Robinson, b. Feb. 19, 1843, 
d. Feb. 23, 1847 ; Lorraine Tracy* Robinson, b. Mar. 3, 1845, d. Aug. 
28, 1846; Helen Morgan* Robinson, b. Sept. 17, 1849, d. May 8, 
1851. 8931 John Marshall* Robinson (Lt.), b Nov. 12, 1851. Lt. 
U. S. Navy. 

8932 Cleveland* Robinson, b. July 14, 1856. 
. Daughter*, b. and d. Apr. 7, 1862. 

8933 Caroline Pease* Robinson, b. Sept. 26, 1866. 
Maj.-Gen. John Cleveland'' Robinson, U. S. A. Rd. Entering 

the Military Academy 1835, he left it in 1838, to study law; but 
in 1839 was made lt. 5th Inf. During the Mexican war he was 
distinguished at Monterey, and made 1st lt. June, 1846 ; capt, 
Aug., 1850; maj. 2d Inf., Feb. 20, 1862 ; col. 43d Inf., July 28, 
1866. He served against the Indians of Fla. and Utah. At 
beginning of civil war he commanded at Ft. McHenry, Balti- 
more ; app. col. 1st Mich. Vols., he became brig. -gen. Apr. 28, 
1862 ; took com. of 1st brig., Kearney's div., Heintzelman's 
corps, and was distinguished in battles before Richmond, June 
30, July 1, 1862, 2d Bull Run, Chantilly, Fredericksburg; com- 
manded division and engaged at 2d Fredericksburg, Chancel- 
lorsville, Gettysburg, Mine Run, Mitchell's Station, Wilderness, 
Spottsylvania, and Todd's Tavern, where he lost a leg ; brev. 



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maj.-gen. vols ; brev. lt.-col. U. S. A, for Gettysburg ; brev. col. 
for Wilderness, brev. brig.-gen. for Spottsylv., and brev. maj.- 
gen. for gallant and merit, services during war. Retired as a 
maj.-gen. May 6, 1869. — Drake's Bio. Die, 773. Elected Lt.- 
Gov. of New York. N. Y. Herald, May 18, 1884 : 

Fredericksburg, Va., May 17, 1884.— The historical party of the First Corps left 
this morning:, a t nine o'clock, for the battle-field of Spottsylvania Court House, under 
the lead of Gen. Rosecrans and John C. Robinson, of New York, who led the forces of 
Gen. Grant in this battle.. They arrived on the scene of action about eleven o'clock and 
looted the spot where Gen. Robinson formed his lines. Two hundred yards to the right 
lay the Alsop farm, where Sedgwick was killed. The spot where he fell was found, and 
Generals Rosecrans and Robinson and Major Stein, historian of the First Corps, assisted 
by John J. Klimer, C C Coffin, Colonel J. *B. Batchellor, A. J. Huntoon, N. B. Prentice, 
Thomas Brooks, Dr. H. Taylor, Colonel G. C. Kinffen, John C. Johnson, H. L. Steles, 
and Mr. Edwards, erected a stone to mark the spot until the Sixth Corps can build a 
suitable monument to their gallant commander. Messrs. Johnson and Edwards came 
from Kansas, '1,200 miles, to be present on this occasion. The rest of the day was spent 
on the field near McCool's house, at the point known as "the Bloody Angle.'' 

Gen. Robinson has been totally blind since 1893 ; resides at 
Binghamton (1884-1896); a subscriber for this Genealogy. 

Pease ancestry : —Robert 1 of Great Baddow, co. Essex, Eng., locksmith, will May 10, 
1623, m. Margaret ; John 11 , b. 1607, from Great Baddow, came in the Francis from Ipswich, 
Eng., 1634, of Salem, Mass., 1637, when he perhaps had grant of land there, d. ab. 1639, m. 
before coming here, Margaret, who came to America in a later ship, with her s. John, 
joined chh. at Salem 1639; Capt. John 3 , b. 1629, came to America with his mother, of Sa- 
lem, member Ancient and Hon. Artillery Co., 1661, freeman 1668, granted land at Spring- 
field, Mass., ab. 1681, that part which became Enfield 1683, d. E. 1689, m. 1st Mary : John 1 , 
b. Salem Mar. 30, 1654, of Enfield, m. Margaret Adams of Ipswich ; John" m. Elizabeth 
Spencer of Hartford, Conn. ; John 8 m. Bathsheba Jones, da. Thomas of Enfield ; John', 
b.- 1753, served in the Revolution, m. Charity Thompson ; Hon. Lorraine Thompson 8 
Pease, b. Apr. 17, 1788, Judge of the Court in Hartford co., Conn., m. Sarah Marshall of 
Windsor.— New England Sis. Gen. Reg., Ill: 227. 

i 
3304/ 

Charles Lytlde 1 RobinSOri (Sarah 8 , John», Moses*, Aaron*, Aaron*), 

m. Ithaca, N. Y., June 7, 1853, Mary Schutt, b. Dryden, N. Y., 
Oct. 7, 1831, da. John and Hannah ; res. Chicago, 111., freight 
auditor's office Chic. & Rock I. R. R. Ch. : 

8934 William Henry 9 Robinson, b. May 26, 1855, Dryden, m. 
Dunkirk, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1879, Clara Eunice King, da. Edward 
and Eunice; res. Englewood, Cook co., 111.; with C., R. I. & P. 
R. R. Ch. : Edwin King Robinson, b. Oct. 17, 1882, Chicago; 
Charles Frederick* Robinson, b. Jan. 20, 1858, Dunkirk, d. May 24, 
i860 ; Ellen Cleveland* Robinson, b. July 22, 1875, Dunkirk, d. Jan. 
27, 1878. 

3305. 

Daniel 1 Gates (Poiiy°, John*, Moses*, Aarons), d. Delevan, Wis., 
Aug. 17, 1874, a. 76, m. Stafford, Conn., Sept. 26, 1819, Betsey 
Fenton, b. S. Sept. 20, 1803, d. Geneva, Wis., Sept. 10, 1875, da. 

and Sarah (Torrey). Came to Leiceste: N. Y., fall of 

1819, farmed and built Pine Tavern ; rem., 1824, to Franklin- 
ville, N. Y., storekeeper there ; afterward kept hotel at Moscow, 
N. Y., a first settler of Delevan 1837. Ch. : Daniel Monroe*, b. 
Oct. 5, 182 1, Leicester, d. M. June 5, 1829. 

+8935 Ambrosia* Gates, b. Oct. 16, 1825, Franklin ville, N. Y. 

-(-8936 Irving Franklin* Gates, b. May 20, 1828, Moscow, N. Y. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



3308. 



ii33 



CHARLES BURRELL 7 CLEVELAND (Burreu*), d. Scipio, 
Hillsdale co., Mich., Apr. 25, 1865, a. 52, m. Leicester, N. Y., 
Jan. 1, 1832, Lura Bethia Armstrong, b. New London, Conn., 
Dec. 9, 18 18, da. Gates and Rebecca (Justin). (She m. 2d, Scipio, 
Sept. 19, 1873, Palmer Clark Crary, and res. 1883, Jonesville, 
Mich.) ; I'd Jonesv., farmer. Ch. : 

8937 Josephine 8 Cleveland, b. July 28, 1837, Lyons, 
Oakland co., Mich., m. Perry, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1855, Zoroaster Cor- 
bett, b. Steuben co., N. Y., May 12, 1835, d. Scipio Feb. 28, 1880, 
s. Alexander and Margarette (Cook), farmer. Ch.: Charles 
Cleveland* Corbett, b. Oct. 18, 1856, Scipio ; Ellsworth Cleveland 9 
Corbett, July 19, 1864, Litchfield, Hillsdale co., Mich. ; Lura 
Cleveland* Corbett, July 30, 1870, Jonesv. ; Fred Wesley* Corbett, 
Oct. 12, 1873, Scipio ; Maggie May* Corbett, Aug. 28, 1875, S. 

William Alonzo 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 22, 1839, 
Perry, d. P: Sept. 14, 1840. 

3309. 

ALONZO CUTLER' CLEVELAND (B«reii.), m. Hume, 
Allegany co., N. Y., or W. Perry, Apr. 7, 1842, Lucinda Hutton, 
b. Perry, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1824, da. Jonathan and Harriet (Wat- 
rous), lived in Elizabeth, N. J., 1873 ; res., 1881, Perry, produce 
dealer. Ch. b. Leicester, N. Y. : 8938 Charles Henry 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Mar. 31, 1843, d. L. Feb. 17, 1844. 

8939 Mary Harriet 8 Cleveland, b. July 25, 1844, m. L. 
Dec. 20, 1864, Norman Isaac Macomber of Perry; res. Irving- 
ton, N. J. Ch. : Archie* Macomber ; Alice* Macomber, d. ; Amy* 
Macomber ; Jenny* Macomber ; George* Macomber. 

8940 Alice Maria 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 19, 1848, m. 
Perry, July 18, 1870, Joseph M. Duryea, 1. N. Y. city, car con- 
ductor. Ch. : William* Duryea ; Joseph* Duryea ; Bertie* Duryea. 

8941 Amanda Jane Lawrence 8 Cleveland, b. May 24, 
185 1, m. Elizabeth, N. J., May 25, 1873, Edward Cross; divorced. 
Ch. : William* Cross, b. 1875. 

8942 William Alonzo 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 2, 1855, d. 
Elizabeth, Aug., 1886, m. E., Mar. 27, 1877, Anna Louise 
Cammann, b. E., May 7, 1859, only da. Charles Athelstan and 
Mary Ann (Flagg), resided Perry to 1876, Elizabeth afterward. 
Member of the Arthur Kull Boat Club, elected recording secre- 
tary, Jan. 8, 1883 ; coxswain, Sept. 2, 1883 ; frequently men- 
tioned in the Elizabeth newspapers. Ch., 2 : Willetta 8 
Cleveland, b. June 30, d. E., Sept. 27, 1886. 

3310. 

JOSEPH JEROME 7 CLEVELAND (Burreii*), m. Leicester, 
N. Y., Oct. 6, 1841, Almira Warren, b. Duchess co., N. Y., Mar. 
20, 182 1', da. Ira and Eliza Ann (Sharpsteen), rem., 187 1, to n. 
Sheboygan, Wis., res., 1883, Muskegon, Mich., farmer. Ch. : 

8943 Lydia Ann 8 Cleveland, b. July 15, 1842, Perry, 
N. Y., d. Mich., June 28, 1868. 8944 Helen Augusta 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Mar. 7, 1845, Perry, m. Scipio, Mich., Aug. n, 1862, 



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David A. Wolcott. Da. 8 , b. Apr. 12, d. P., May 1, 1847. 8945 
Burrell 8 Cleveland, b. June 29, 1849, Perry, N. Y. 8946 
Miriam 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 29, 185 1, Leicester, m. Blue Lake, 
Muskegon co., Mich., Nov. 17, 1868, George Copeland. 8947 
Charles Jerome 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 17, 1856, Scipio, m. Mus- 
kegon, Feb. 25, 1882, Mary Ton, da. Peter and Mary (Van 
Klinken). 8948 Frank 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 22, 1859, Scipio, m. 
Aug. 23, 1884, Hannah M. Kirby, b. Lincolnshire, Eng., Mar. 9, 
1859, da. Joseph and Ann Elizabeth (Dawson), 1. North Muske- 
gon, Mich. 

8949 Harriet Almira 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 19, 1863, 
Scipio, m. Muskegon, Nov. 1, 1882, Richard H. Anderson. 

3311. 

MARY ANN 7 CLEVELAND ( John", John', Moses<, Aaron*, Aaron*), 

d. Longmeadow, Mass., Mar. 8, 1879, a. 69, m. L., Sept., 1830, 
John Porter, L. L., May 3, 1809, s. Daniel, 1. Longmeadow, 
farmer. Ch. b. Longmeadow : 

8950 Edwin* Porter, b. Sept. 9, 1831, m. East Longmeadow, 
Hampden co., Mass., 1859, Lorinda Kibbe, da. Luke and 
Lovina ; confectioner. 

8951 Sarah Ann* Porter, b. Jan. 14, 1834, m. 1st, Spring- 
field, Mass., i860, Newman Chapin, he d., s. Ezekiel. She m. 
2d, W. Springf., 1883, Carlos Hoisington, expressman. Sophia*, 
b. 1836, d. at 14 mos. 

8952 Adelaide* Porter, b. Mar. 22, 1838, m. 1874, Charles 
Bowers, joiner. 

8953 Hiland Cleveland* Porter, b. Sept. 1, 1843, m. Springf., 
1880, Mrs. Eliza Mooney, expressman. Royal John*, b. 1845, fl- 
at 11 mos. 

8954 John Ellis* Porter, b. Nov. 13, 1846, m. E. Long- 
meadow, May 1, 1870, Mary Jane Hunn, da. Erastus, 1. E. Long- 
meadow, has a market. 

8955 Emma Hortense* Porter, b. Apr. 4, 1848, m. Springf., 
187 1, Horace King, s. Erastus, farmer. Ernest Albert*, b. 1850, 
d. soon. 8956 Ida Amelia* Porter, b. May 31, 1854, m. 1882, 
George Foster, 1. Springfield, police officer. 

3312. 

HILAND 7 CLEVELAND (john«, John", Moses*, Aaron', Aaron"), d. 

Springfield, Mass., Sept. 28, 1849, a. 34, m. Chatham, Conn., 
May, 1842, Angelina E. Cadwell, b. North Wilbraham, Hamp- 
den co., Mass., 1 8 18, d. Springf., 185 1, da. Chester. (She m. 2d, 
Springf., Dec. 24, 185 1, Normand Lewis, b. Suffield, Conn., 1813, 
s. James ; armorer.) Dwelt Springfield ; gun-lock maker, U. S. 
armory, 1843-8. Ch. : Ella 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 20, 1848, 
Springf., d. infant. 

3313. 

JAMES MONROE 7 CLEVELAND (john«), m. Ware, Mass., 
Feb. 22, 1844, Mary Nead, b. Dover, Windham co., Vt., June 12, 
1825, da. Reuben and Elizabeth (Shippey), 1. E. Longmeadow, 



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"35 



Mass., 1884, farmer. Ch. : 8957 Ellen Maria" Cleveland, b. 
June 5, 1845, Petersham, Mass., d. Oct. 18, 1874. 

8958 Martha Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. May 4, 1847, 
WilKmansett, Hampden co., Mass., m. Mar. 15, 1881, Henry W. 
Allen, 1. E. Long-meadow, builder. Alice Rosella 8 , b. Mar. 25, 
1850, Somers, Conn., d. Somers, Aug. 9, 20, 1859 ; Hiland 
Monroe 8 , b. Mar. 10, 1854, Springf., d. Springf., Aug. 7, 13, 
1859 ; Arthur Clarence 8 , b. Nov. 23, 1857, Springf., d. Spring., 
Aug. 9, 20, 1859 ; Annie Clara 8 , b. Nov. 23, 1857, Springf., d. 
inf. 8959 Alice Loella 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 23, 1861, Long- 
meadow, unm., of L. Charles 8 , b. Oct. 12, L., d. Oct., 1865. 

3314. 

NORMAN 7 CLEVELAND (john«), m. 1st, Somers, Conn., 
1853, Mary Maria Hooker, b. Springfield, Mass., d. Agawam, 
Hampden co., Mass., July 12, 1882, a da. Warren and Ann 
(Frost). He m. 2d, Stafford, Conn., June 9, 1887, Sarah Smith 
of Willington. Dwelt at Springfield, Agawam, Nov., 1883, Bos- 
ton, 1884, expressman. Ch. b. Springfield : 

8960-4 Victor C. 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 11, 1854; Geneva 
E. 8 Cleveland, b. May 4, 1856, unm., 1882 ; Flora 8 Cleveland, 
b. Jan. 21, 1858 ; Frederick A. b Cleveland, b. July 6, i860. 
Anna 8 , July 12, 1869 ; Martha Ann 8 Cleveland, b. July n, 
1870. 

3315. 

MARTHA AMELIA 7 CLEVELAND (john«), m. 1st, Long- 
meadow, Mass., Dec. 17, 1846, Horatio Edmund Goss, b. Enfield, 
Conn., Sept. 5, 1819, d. Longm., June 25., 1875, a. s. Levi and 
Betsey (Griswold), stone cutter. She m. 2d, Springfield, Mass., 
Oct. 11, 1876, Barber Porter, b. S., Dec. 19, 1815, a s. Samuel 
and Susan (Barber), 1. E. Longmeadow, farmer. Ch. by 1st m. ; 
Ernest Henry 6 Goss, b. Dec. 10, 1848, d. Sept. 5, 1858; Ella 
Rosina* Goss, b. Sept. 7, 1850, d. Sept. 21, 1858. 

8965 Nellie Maria* Goss, b. Dec. 4, 1859, i860, m. June 23, 
1881, James Andrew Chaffee, s. Andrew Jackson and Caroline 
(Ashley), 1. E. Longmeadow, stationery engineer. Ch. : Lena 
EeW Chaffee, b. Oct. 12, 1882. 

8966 Edwin Wilmer* Goss, b. Dec. 24, *i86i, m. May 19, 
1883, Carrie Adelia Pease, da. John and Cordelia (Markham), 1. 
E. Longm., farmer. 2d m. : s. p. 

3317. 

MARCIA 7 CLEVELAND (Shabael", John«, Moses*, Aaron*, Aaron*), 

d. May 21, 1868, a. 54, m. Sept. 21, 1837, Asaph Leonard of 
Feeding Hills, Hampden co., Mass., he d. Mar. 30, 1846, s. 
Asaph and Anna (Phelan). — See Giles Memorial, 294. Ch. : 
8967 Valeria* Leonard, b. Jan. 21, 1840, d. Nov. 14, 1863, unm. 

8968 Edwin* Leonard, b. Apr. 19, 1841, m. Oct. 24, 1866, 
Elizabeth Dwight Ufford of W. Springfield, Mass., 1. Feeding 
H., farmer. Ch. : Mary Valeria? Leonard, b. Jan. 19, 1868; 
Edwin Ufford 9 , May 7, 1872. 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



3318. 



QUARTUS ELY 7 CLEVELAND (Daniel*, John*, Moses*, Aaron*, 

Aaron*, Moses'), m. Dec. 24, 1837, Esther B. Benedict, b. Walton, 
N. Y., Sept. 8, 1815, da. Ezra and Polly (Benedict), res., 1879-83, 
Rush Lake, Osceola co., la., farmer. Ch : Emily 8 , b. Oct. 16, 
1838, d. Mar. 15, 1840. 

8969 Louise Cynthia 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 8, 1840, d. Jan. 
l 3, 1877, m. N. E. Bailey. Polly Ann 8 , b. Nov. 19, 1842, d. 
Apr. 2, 1843; Clarissa Ann 8 , b. Nov. 19, 1842, d. Mar. 24, 1844. 

8970 Anna Esjther 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 14, 1845, m - Nov. 
4, 1865, Samuel Sargent, 1. Wetona, Bradford co., Pa. 

8971 Ezra Daniel 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 18, 1846, Spring- 
field, Pa., m. Oct. 6, 1878, Leonora Dundee, 1. Rush Lake. 

+8972 John Jackson 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 14, 1849, Spring- 
field, Pa. Augusta Sophronia 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 18, d. 21, 
1850. 8973 Francis Montgomery 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 5, 1853, 
S., m. Dec. 24, 1880, Annie Pell, 1. Rush Lake. 8974 Clara 
Gertrude 6 Cleveland, b. Mar. 29, 1855, m. Charles R. Boyd, 1. 
Ocheyedan, Osceola co., la. Nellie 8 Cleveland, b. July 13,. 
1857, d. Dec. 7, 1858. 

3319. 

JERUSHA BUSHNELL 7 CLEVELAND (Damei«), m. 
Springfield, Pa., Jan. 1, 1839, John Hawley, b. Lyons, N. Y. r 
Apr. 27, 1817, a s. John and Betsey (Malbone). Dwelt at Clar- 
endon, Orleans co., N. Y., to 1841,, Springfield to 1854, Porter,. 
Mich., and Lawton, Van Buren co., Mich., since (1895), farmer. 
Ch. : 8975 Martin Gilbert 6 Hawley, b. Oct. 11, 1841, Springf., m. 
Adelaide Richison, of Garnet, Kan. Ch. : Walter 9 Hawley ; Jay 9 ' 
Hawley ; Eugene 9 Hawley ; Howard 9 Hawley. 

8976 Eugene* Hawley, b. Jan. 26, 1845, Springf., m. Deca- 
tur, Van Buren co., Mich., Feb. 28, 1867, Deborah Ann Dine, b. 

. Madison, Butler co., O., Mar. ir, 1841, only da. Elijah and Eliz- 
abeth (Talbert). Dwelt Springf., Porter, and Lawton to Apr., 
1883, when rem. to Kan., fruit-grower. Ch. b. Porter : Frederick 
Darwin 9 Hawley, Aug. 15, 1869 ; Maud May 9 Hawley, May 3, 1875; 
Bertha 9 Hawley, Feb. 25, d. P. June 4, 1878 ; Quartus ElfHawley y 
b. July 27, d. P. Sept. 14, 1879. 

8977 Lelia Andelucia 9 Hawley, b. Feb. 5, 1847, Springf., m. S. 
July 16, 1865, Edward Nathaniel Tracy, b. Cooper tp., Allegan 
co., Mich., Nov. 12, 1842, s. Elisha and Mary (Weed). Of Law- 
ton 1883, P.O. Manning, Cheboygan co., Mich, 1895; fruit-grower. 
Enlisted Apr. 6, 1861, Co. B, 2d Mich., 3 months reg.; re-enlisted 
Aug. 9, 1 86 1, Co. I, 44th 111., Northwest Rifle reg., re-enlisted 
Dec. 31, 1863, veteran, in battles at Wilson's Creek, Mo., Pea 
Ridge, Benton co., Ark., Corinth, Alcorn co., Miss., Perryville, 
Boyle co., Ky., Stone River, Murfreesboro, Rutherford co., Tenn., 
Chickamauga, Hamilton co., Tenn., Mission Ridge, Knoxville 
siege, Atlanta, wounded winter of 186 1-2 betw. Sedalia and 
Springfield, Mo., wounded at Peach Tree Creek, wounded in 
right arm (loss of use of hand) at Franklin, Williamson co., 
Tenn., Nov. 30, 1864, dischgd. Apr. 6, 1865, pensioner. Ch. : 
Mary Jerusha 9 Tracy, b. May 29, 1866, Porter ; Grade Jane 9 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



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Tracy, Sept. 26, 1873, Buffalo Grove tp., Buchanan co., la. ; 
Lily Iness 9 Tracy, Sept. 9, 1876, Paw Paw, Mich.; Gilbert Ely 9 
Tracy, Oct. 26, 1883, Lawton. 

J8978 Atwell Ely* Hawley (Rev.), b. Sept. 23, 1852, Springf., 
m. Custer, Antrim co., Mich., Oct. 11, 1883, Mrs. Lydia Waller 
of Ind., b. 1857, wid., grad. Adrian College, Mich., 1879, Protest- 
ant Methodist clergyman ; he taught school 5 years, is a life 
member of the Business College at Kalamazoo, Mich. He 
faithfully served 3 years a missionary in Northern Mich, and 
his labors were greatly blessed ; resided at Boyne Falls, Charle- 
voix co., Mich., 1883, Dimondale, Eaton co., Mich., 1884, Lan- 
sing, 1884, on the Marion, Osceola co., Mich., station, 1895. 

8979 Sopkronia Ardell* Hawley, b. June 26, 1855, Porter, d. 
P. May 28, 1881, m. Mattawan, Van Buren co., Mich., Jan. 17, 
1876, Daniel Dewitt Salisbury, b. Governeur, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1854, 
s. Joseph and Amanda (Vanzant), 1. Porter, R. R. employee. Ch. : 
Eva ArabeW Salisbury, b. Aug. 25,1876, Antwerp, Van Buren co., 
Mich., m. July, 1893, Layton Richmond. Of Dowagiac, Mich. 
(1895); Frank 9 Salisbury, Sept. 22, 1878, Porter. 8980 John 
Montgomery* Hawley, b. Jan. 30, i860, P., m. Mary A. Hacket, 
dwelt Porter 1883, Antrim co., Mich., 1884 ; res. Finkton, Char- 
levoix co., Mich. ; a successful teacher. Ch. : Ruth Jerusha 9 
Hawley, b. 1886 ; John Pearl 9 Hawley, Nov. 30, 1893. Cleveland* 
Hawley, b. Jan. 28, P., d. P. Apr. 3, 1863. 

3320. 

DANIEL JACKSON 7 CLEVELAND (Daniel*), d. Spring- 
field, Pa., May 16, 1848, a. 27, m. Sophia Covel. Ch. : 

8981 Susan Alice 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 17, 1847, m - Sim- 
eon Chace, dwelt South Creek 1878. Gillett's Station 1882, We- 
tona 1883, all in Bradford co., res. Chace's Mills, Tioga co., Pa. 
Ch. : 2 Daughters 9 . 

3321. 

ERASMUS DARWIN 7 CLEVELAND (Daniei«), m. Amanda 
Kirkendall, res. Fairfax, Linn co., la., 1879-83; farmer. Ch. : 

8982 Florence 8 Cleveland, b. , — -, 18 — . 

8983 Lewellin 8 Cleveland, b. ■, 18 — , m. 

Whitney. 

8984 Mertie 8 Cleveland, b. , , 18 — .• 

3322. 

CLARISSA ANNA 7 CLEVELAND (Daniel'), d. Chemung 
co., N. Y., Aug. 14, 1861, a. 34, m. Alexander Dickinson. Ch. : 

8985 Raymond* Dickinson. 

8986 Leslie* Dickinson, m. Mansfield Grace, 1. Leona, Brad- 
ford co., Pa. 

8987 Louis* Dickinson, m. Asel Youngs. 

8988 Ruby* Dickinson, m. Ross. 

8989 Sophronia* Dickinson, m. Asel Parmeter. 

8990 Emma* Dickinson. 
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H38 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3326. 

LOUISA 7 CLEVELAND (Ralph', Samuel, Moses*, Aaron=>, Aaron'), 

d. Feb. 2, 1879, a. 80, m. Middleburg, N. Y., Oct. 26, 1815, Ira 
Bassett, Martha's Vineyard, Mass., Apr. 10, 1788, d. Italy, N. Y., 
July 24, 1844, s. Nathan and Martha (Bassett). Architect; was 
a soldier in war of 1812. Ch. : Charles Cornelius*, b. Jan. 10, 1817 
Rushville, Yates co., N. Y., d. June 14, 1818. 

8991 William* Bassett, b. June 17, 1818, R., m. in Mich., 
spring of 1848, Clarissa Comstock, 1. Lothville, Pa., farmer, 1884. 
8992 Martha Bethia* Bassett, b. Aug. 11, 1820, Middletown, m. 
Mar. 4, 1839, Marenius Comstock; he d. in army ; soldier in 
civil war; farmer. Inf. 9 , b. and d. M. May 6, 1822. 8993 Mercy 
Cleveland* Bassett, b. Apr. 6, 1824, M., m. Mar. 6, 1858, Alvin 
Wood Jenkins ; soldier in civil war, farmer. 8994 Mary* Bassett, 
b. Sept. 18, 1828, M., m. Mar. 4, 1861, John Clinesmith, 1. Hills- 
boro, Montgomery co., 111., farmer. 8995 Ira Bryant* Bassett, b. 
Nov. 18, 1830, Middletown, m: Charleston, Wis., Feb. 22, 1856, 
Susan 8 Cleveland -j— 8998 (samuei*, Ralph", as above), 1. Humbird, 
Clark co., Wis., farmer; soldier in civil war. Ch. : Clarence 9 Bassett, 
b. Feb. 24, 1857, d. June 29, 1864 ; Elmer Ellsworth* Bassett, b. Sept. 
6, 1862 ; Nora Almira 9 Bassett, Nov. 9, 1864. Inf.*, b. and d. 
Middlet. July 26, 1833. 

8996 Samuel Mayhew* Bassett, b. Feb. 9, 1839, m. Blair, 
Washington co., Neb., spring of 1876, Sarah Young; served 3 
years in civil war. His discharge states that he took part in 
over 100 battles. 

3327. 

SAMUEL' CLEVELAND (Ralph", Samuel', Moses*, Aaron*, Aaron", 

Moses'), m. Munson, O,, June 14, 1832, Rachel Wight, b. Maiden, 
Can., June 14, 1 811, da. William W. and Marcia (Grissell); went 
to Geauga, O., 1828, 1. 1884, Humbird, Wis.; farmer. Ch. : 

8997 Bethia Mercy 8 Cleveland, b. July 1, 1833, Mun- 
son, O., m. Brothertown, Calumet co., Wis., July 28, 1854, James 
Degnon or Dignin, b. Cary co., Ireland, Feb. 2, 1833, s. Patrick 
and Jane (Moran), 1. Brothert., farmer. Ch. : Samuel James 9 
Dignin, b. Feb. 11, 1855 ; Agnes Jane 9 Dignin, Oct. 19, 1857 ; Fan- 
nie Elizabeth 9 Dignin, Jan. 27, i860; Mary Ann 9 Dignin, June 7, 
1862; William Sidney 9 Dignin, Sept. 26, 1865; Margaret Marcia 9 
Dignin, Aug. 15, 1867 ; Carrie Bethia 9 Dignin, May 13, 1870 ; 
George Leonard 9 Dignin, b. May 6, 1873, d. Sept. 21, 1878 ; Charles 
Ralph 9 Dignin, b. Apr. 18, 1877. 

8998 Susan 8 Cleveland, b. June 18, 1836, m. Ira Bryant* 
Bassett -j-8995. 

8999 Charlotte 8 Cleveland, b. July 6, 1840, m. 1st, 
Charleston, Wis., Feb. 15, 1857, Norman F. Scott, b. St. Law- 
rence co., N. Y., d. Washington, D. C, s. of Ephraim, soldier 
4th Wis. reg. She m. 2d, Brant, Wis., Mar. 3, 1863, Drayton 
M. Whitney, b. St. Lawrence co., Mar. 30, 1840, 1. Mentor, 
Wis., farmer. Ch. by 1st m. : Herman Melvin 9 Scott, b. June 19, 
1858, Brant ; Melda R 9 Scott, Dec. 28, 1859, Brant. By 2d m. : 
Walter H 9 Whitney, May 2, 1868, Brillion, Calumet co., Wis. ; 
Ella M. 9 Whitney, June 9, 1869, Bril. ; Carrie E. 9 Whitney, May 28, 



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1 139 



1872, Bril. ; Earl M." Whitney, May 8, 1875, Bril ; Myron R 9 Whit- 
ney, Jan. 5, 1880, Mentor ; Clarence J 9 Whitney, Mar. 29, 1882. M. 

9000 Harriet Roxanna 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 22, 1846, 
m. Loyal, Clark co., Wis., Dec. 25, 1872, William Leverett Green, 
b. Painesville, O., Aug. 21, 1845, s. Thomas and Susan (Thomas), 
of Merrillon, Jackson co., Wis.; farmer. Ch. : Rolla Alonzo 9 Green, 
b. June 12, 1874 ; Willie Jonathan 9 Green, Jan. 5, 1876 ; Cora Belle 9 
Green, Jan. 16, 1879 ; Raymond Harry 9 Green, Jan. 29, 1881 ; Agnes 
May 9 Green, Dec. 24, 1883. 

9001 George Andrew 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 20, 185 1, m. 
Merrillon, Mar. 19, 1882, Minnie Malvina Green, b. Hough ton- 
burgh, Wis., Jan. 1, 1866, da. Thomas and Susan (Thomas). Of 
Merrillon, farmer, s. p. 

3328. 

MERCY 7 CLEVELAND (Ralph*), m . Rutland, Meigs co., O., 
Mar. 4, 1829, Oliver Utley Hovey, b. Monson, Mass., Jan. 7, 
1793, d. Munson, O., Sept. 1, 1840, s. Elijah and Weltha (Utley), 
farmer. She res. 1884 Merrillon, Wis. Ch.: 

9002 Anna Dewey 9, Hovey, b. Feb. 18, 1835, Munson, O., m. 
Munson, O., Mar. 4, 1853, Dr. Sidney McBride, b. Villanova, 
Chautauqua co., N. Y., June 17, 1828, Daniel and Roxana (Da- 
vis), 1. Merrillon, practicing phys. Ch.: Emma 9 McBride, b. May 
5, 1854, Munson ; JDanieP, Sept. 26, 1855, Munson; Wilder 9 , Jan. 
2, 1858, Munson; Cleveland Ralph 9 , June 12, 1861, Munson, d. 
June 24, 1861 ; Mary Evangeline 9 , b. Oct. 5, 1862, Brillion, Wis. ; 
Mabel 9 , May 8, 1868, B. ; Francis Millicent 9 ', June 24, 1871, B. ; 
Clayton Sidney 9 McBride, Jan. 31, 1873, B. 

3329. 

CHARLOTTE HULET 7 CLEVELAND ( Moses*. Samuel*, 

Moses*, Aaron*, Aaron^ m. Canandaigua, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1830, Joseph 
Roat, dwelt Wayne, Wayne co., N. Y., 1880, Rose,N. Y., 1881. Ch.: 
9003 Mary* Roat, d. Bluff Point, Yates co., N.Y.,m. Bluff R, Put- 
nam. Ch.: 2. 9004 Joseph* Roat, m. at Rose, Angeline , 

of Rose, 1881. Ch.: 2. 

3331. 

EMELINE 7 CLEVELAND (Moses«), m. Canandaigua, N.Y., 
1834, Norman Chase Foster, b. Jan. 26, 1808, d. Sept. 10, 1883, 
of Canandaigua, mason. She res. Cincinnati, O., 1895. Ch. b. 
Canandaigua: 

9005 James Byron* Foster, b. Mar. 13, 1834, m. 1st, Dayton, 
O., Mar. 3, 1867, Phenia Williams, she d. Columbus, O., 1870. 
He m. 2d, Cincinnati, Emily Wright. Of Corning, N. Y., 1882, 
Cincinnati 1895, R. R. office, s. p. 

-(-9006 Mary Lawrence* Foster, b. June 11, 1835. 

9007 Ida* Foster, b. Aug. 5, 1839, m. Canandaigua, George 
McFarland of Cincinnati, 1895, R. R. conductor. Ch. b. Cincin- 
nati : Edwin 9 McFarland ; Mary 9 McFarland ; John 9 McFarland. 

9008 Norman* Foster, b. Nov. 20, 1841, m. Canandaigua, 
Nov. 24, 1877, Mary Ella Cooper, b. Middlesex, N. Y., Sept. 15, 



1140 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



1855. Lt. Norman* Foster, co. A, 4th Heavy Art., served 4 years 
in civil war, of Canandaigua, mason contractor, s. p. 9009-1 i 
Richard* Foster, b. Jan. 10, 1844, d. Canandaigua, Oct. 17, 1872, 
tmm.; Jennie* Foster, b. June 9, 1851, d. Can. Oct. 16, 1862 ; Em- 
ma 6 Foster, b. Sept. 7, 1853, d. Can. Sept. 3, 1854. 

9012 Julia* Foster, b. June 28, 1855, m. Canandaigua, May 
18, 1881, Thomas J. Bell of Cincinnati (1881-95) merchant. Ch.: 
James 3 Bell ; Marie 9 Bell, 

3333- 

MOSES MARSH 7 CLEVELAND (Mo Ses «), d. Canandaigua, 
N. Y., spring of 1884, a. 67, m. Canandaigua, Nov. 20, 1843, Mar- 
garet Susan Matthews, b. C. Jan. 1, 1821, da. John and Susan 
(Martin). Lived at Canandaigua, conductor on Batavia Branch 
of the N. Y. Central R. R. 25 years. Ch. b. C: 

4-9013 Willard 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 5, 1846. 9014 Georg- 
iana 8 , b. Apr. 26, 1864, d. Oct. 31, 1865. 

3334. 

HENRY BEACH' CLEVELAND (Moses", Samuel*, Moses*, Aa- 
ron*, Aaron"), m. Canandaigua, N. Y., 1849, Cornelia Lamport, she 
d. ab. 1854, da. of Hon. William H. Lamport, sheriff of Ontario 
co., and 1872-6 Member of Congress. Henry Beach 7 Cleve- 
land res. 1880, Philadelphia, Pa., 1882 Chicago, 111., mer- 
chant, s. P. 

3335. 

FRANKLIN ERASMUS 7 CLEVELAND (Mose S «), m. Can- 
andaigua, N. Y., Sarah Benjamin. Of Elmira, N. Y. (1881-95). 
Railroad business. Ch.: 

9615 Mary 8 Cleveland, m. Elmira, Alexander Thomp- 
son. Ch. b. Elmira: Charles 9 Thompson; Rowland 9 Thompson; Fred- 
erick 9 Thompson. - 

9016 Emma 8 Cleveland, m. Elmira, John Haverly, s. p. 
9017 Fannie 8 Cleveland, rn. Elmira, George Bartlet, s. p. 9018 
Nettie 8 Cleveland, m. Elmira, Frank Russell, s. p. 9019 Har- 
ry Benjamin 8 Cleveland, unm. (1881). 

3336. 

ALBERT 7 CLEVELAND (Moses»), m. 1st, Rochester, N. Y, 
Jane Billings, she d. Rochester. He m. 2d, Palmyra, N. Y., 

Sept. 11, i860, Sabra Isabella Gates, da. Capt. Daniel and 

Torrey). He was connected with Canandaigua Hotel, Canan- 
daigua, N. Y., 1850-5, proprietor of the hotel 1854-60, and of 
Palmer or Potter House, Chicago, 1870, Clerk of Grand Pacific 
Hotel, Chicago, 1879, res. Canandaigua 1881-75, manager of the 
Fountain Spring House, Waukesha, Wis., 1881-4, s. p. 

3337. 

SAMUEL EDWIN 7 CLEVELAND (Moses«), m. Buffalo, N. 
Y., Jan. 30, 1854, Julia Eliza Palmer, b. B. Apr. 5, 1832, da. Alan- 



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1 141 



son and Julia (Matteson). Has lived in Buffalo, N. Y. city, Cin- 
cinnati, 1876, Chicago 1881-5, Cleveland, O., 1887, dealer in R. 
R. supplies, manfr. of locomotive head lights. Ch. b. Buffalo: 

9020 Harry Lee 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 13, 1854, unm., a 
professional musician, the tenor singer, celebrated in the West, 
res. New York city 1886. 9021 Leon Triphaine 8 Cleveland, b. 
Aug. 29, 1856, d. Oct. 29, 1862. 9022 Bessie Gibbons 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Apr. 5, 1866, unm., the well-known opera singer of rare 
talents has appeared before many audiences. 

3338. 

LUMAN T CLEVELAND (Moses«), m . Buffalo, N.Y., Eliza- 
beth Halsey, b. Canada, 1846, d. Chicago, 111., Aug. 1, 1881, of 
Chicago 1882, Canandaigua, N. Y., 1895, commercial traveler. 
Ch.: 9023 Albert 6 . 

3340. 

Asa? Lamed (Susannah', Samuel 8 , Moses*, Aaron', Aaron"), m. Sept. 

22, 1 83 1, Ann M. Mallery of Sharon, Conn., res. Port Huron, St. 
Clair co., Mich., 1880, a valued correspondent. He writes from 
Custom House Collector's office, Port Huron, that he left New 
York 1831. He lived at Mentor, O., 1879. Ch.b. Chardon, O.: 

9024 Alvena* Lamed, b. July 28, 1832, m. Gen. William 
Harstuff, Postmaster of Port Huron 1866 to 1880. Ch.: Nora 
M. B Harstuff ; Georgian^ Harstuff. 

9025 Fannie* Lamed, b. Nov. 28, 1840, m. Sigmond Good- 
man, wholesale clothier. Ch.: Morice Lamed* Goodman, cadet 
at Orchard Lake military acad., Oakland co., Mich.; Leon* Good- 
man. 

3341. 

Mrastus 1 Lamed (Susannah*), m. Lucinda Jones, res. 1881, 
Mentor, O. Ch. b. Chardon, O., of whom fol. 7 are living 1880 : 
9026 Mary 8 Lamed, m. John Shuaur or Shearer, Bay City, M., 
mechanic. 9027 Helen 9 Lamed, m. Dan William, 1. Leroy, Me- 
dina co.,0., farmer. Ch.: 4. 9028 Ro sella 6 Lamed, m. Will., 1. Men- 
tor. 9029 Josephine* Lamed, d. bef. 1880, m. William Hopkins, 
I'd Concord, O. 9030 Asa* Lamed, m. Frances Malloy, 1. Cleve- 
land, O. 9031 Fred* Lamed, m., res. Mentor.' 9032 Irvin Irene 6 
Lamed, unm., res. Mentor. 

3343. 

Sally 1 Lamed (Susannah 8 ), m. William A. Mallery, 1. Port 
Huron, Mich., 1880, farmer. Ch.: 9033-6 Lamed* Mallery, 1. 
Cleveland, O., electrician ; Irene* Mallery, m. Crane ; Dell* Mal- 
lery, unm.; Frank* Mallery, asst. postmaster, Port Huron. 

3349. 

ERASTUS LARNED 7 CLEVELAND (George Wilber*. Sam- 
uel 5 , Moses*, Aaron", Aaron 2 , Mosesi), m. ist, Harper's Ferry, Jefferson CO., 
W. Va., Sept. 4, 1845, Catharine Steadman, b. Harper's F., Apr. 



1 142 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



22, 1822, d. H. F. Aug. 15, i860, da. Timothy and Margaret 
(Coombs). He m. 2d, Washington, D. C, Dec. 20, 1862, Mrs. 
Louisa Jane (Owens) Vermillion, b. Anne Arundel co., Md., 
Oct. 27, 1837, wid. Richard Vermillion, da. Samuel and Anna 
(Meeks). Lived at Baltimore, Md., to 1872, since at Pittsburg, 
Pa. (1890). From the age of 15 years he has worked at machin- 
ery and steam engines, thoroughly versed in mechanical forces, 
and is a railroad engineer ; inventor of an automatic street car 
track. Ch. by 1st m.: 

-{-9037 George Washington 8 Cleveland, b. July 12, 1847, 
Harper's Ferry. By 2d m.: 

9038 Elmer Ellsworth 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 15, 1862, 
Washington ball player, home 1890 [an Elmer E. Cleveland, St. 
Paul, Minn., 1886-7, player St. P. League, B. B. C.]. 

9039-47 Samuel Whitney 8 Cleveland, b. July 25, 1864, Bal- 
timore. Alexander 8 , b. Aug. 10, 1865, Laurel, Prince- George's 
co., Md., d. Apr. 4, 1866 ; Erastus Larned" Cleveland, b. Mar. 
31, 1867, Laurel, blacksmith, home 1890 ; Ann Sophia 8 , b. Mar. 
13, 1869, Mt. Savage; Malvern Hill 8 , b. Dec. 13, 1871, Mt. S.; 
Louisa Owens 8 , b. May 8, 1873, Pittsburg ; Catherine Eliza- 
beth 8 , b. Jan. 21, 1875; Richard Benson 8 , b. Aug. 13, 1876; 
Caroline Melissa 8 Cleveland, b. June 27, 1880. 

3351. 

CAROLINE CORNELIA 7 CLEVELAND (George water*, 
Samuel, Moses*, Aaron**, Aaron*), m. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 2, 1 844, Rob- 
ert Hue Spedden, b. Dorchester co., Md., Feb. 24, 1819, s. Vin- 
cent Price and Nancy (Seward), res. Baltimore 1881, dealer in 
bricks and building materials. Ch. b. Baltimore : 9048-55 Al- 
fred Taylor* Spedden, b. Apr. 11, 1847 ; Mary Melissa 6 , b. Sept. 22, 
1850 ; Caroline Cornelia*, b. June 10, 1852 ; Ann Elizabeth*, b. Dec. 
22, 1854; Robert Hue*, b. Apr. 22, 1857 ; fames Armitage*, b. Oct. 
12, 1859 ; William Henry*, b. July 30, 1862, d.; Ann Elizabeth*, b. 
Oct. 4, 1864, d.; George Vincent*, b. Feb. 1, 1866 ; Charles Emory* 
Spedden, b. Oct. 6, 1871. 

3354. 

WILLIAM MURAT 7 CLEVELAND (Willia^ Samuel*, Moses*, 

Aaron", Aaron*, Moses'), m. ist, Chardon, O., Dec. 9, 1847, Caroline 
Maria 1 Rockefellow +3372 (Maria«, Samuels, etc.), she d. Madison, O., 
Sept. 11, 1855-6, a. 27. He m. 2d, Painesville, O., Dec, 1859, 
Mrs. Patience Jane (Halstead) Wyckoff, b. n. Meadville, Pa., ab. 
1822, wid. of George Wyckoff. Divorced. He m. 3d, Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn., May, 1876, Jennie Condon, b. Atlanta, Ga. Ch. 
by ist m.: 5 : 

9056 Caroline Louise 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 9, 1849, Con- 
cord, O., m. Cleveland, O., July 31, 1865, Capt. William Henry 
Kees, b. Columbus, O., Sept. 14, 1839, son Moses Park and Lu- 
cinda (Graves) ; enlisted May 20, 1861, as 2d serg., Co. G, 5th 
Wis., and served in Gen. W. S. Hancock's Brigade (Gen. W. F. 
Smith's Div.), who were personally addressed by Gen. McClel- 
lan for bravery at Williamsburg ; engaged at S. Mountain, An- 
tietam, etc., Fredericksburg, Marye's Heights, where, in their 



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1 143 



famous charge, in 10 minutes lost 137 men out of 300, Gettys- 
burg, Wilderness, etc., to Petersburg, mustered out July, 1864 ; 
2d It. Dec, 1862, 1st It. May, 1863, captain May, 1864, A. D. C. 
Brig, staff, res. Oshkosh, Wis., 1885. Ch.: Harry Alien* Kees, b. 
Oct. 16, 1868, Berlin ; Willard JVorthington" Kees, Dec. 1, 1871, B.; 
Daisy Louise* Kees, Oct. 26, 1874, Oshkosh ; Mary Ella* Kees, Feb. 
1, 1882, O. 

9057-9 Frank Arthur" Cleveland, b. Nov. 15, 1850, of 
Chicago, 111., 1886, Minneapolis 1890; Edwin Stanley 6 Cleve- 
land, b. May — , 1852 ; Ella Maria 8 Cleveland, b. June — , 
1854. 2d and 3d m.: s. p. 

Dr. William Murat 7 Cleveland res. Minneapolis, Henne- 
pin co., Minn., 1881-90, physician and surgeon. Of Cleveland 
& [J. F.] McCulloch, real estate. 

3355. 

MARIA LOUISE 7 CLEVELAND (wiiiiam°), d. Louisiana, 
Mo., Nov. 14, 1878, a. 55, m. Chardon, O., Joseph Milton, b. N. 
Y. state, July 4, 1821, d. Dec. 9, 187 1, son William and Frances B. 
(Davis), rem. to Louisiana, Mo., 1875. Ch.: Thomas J. e , b. Nov. 
25, 1848, d. Apr. 9, 1849. 9060-6 Frances £.* Milton, b. Dec. 4, 
1851, 1. Roodhouse, Greene co., 111., 1884 ; Josephine L. 3 , b. July 18, 
1853, 1. R.; George M.\ b. Mar. 18, 1855, d. Aug. 7, 1856 ; Mary 
Bell*, b. Mar. 23, 1857, unm., 1. R ; Joseph B. % , b. Mar. 22, 1859, 1. 
Roodhouse ; Charles William*, b. May 18, i86t,res. Cal.; LillieA.*, 
b. Nov. 26, 1863 ; Nellie D.\ b. Oct. 9, 1865, d. Oct. 11, 1866 ; 
Belle Lee* Milton, b. Sept. 1, 1867, 1. Roodhouse. 

3356. 

CHARLES CHAPIN 7 CLEVELAND (wmiam«), married 
1st, Madison, O., July 5, 1850, Amanda Harrington, b. 'Pownall, 
N. Y., Nov. 11, 1832, d. Harpersfield, O., Dec. 31, 1854, s. San- 
ford and Eunice (Eldred). He m. 2d, Saybrook, O., Dec. 5, 1855, 
Harriet Amelia Beckwith, b. Mentor, O., 1831, d. Painesville, O., 
June 4, 1857, da. Chauncey and Abigail. He m. 3d, P., Jan. 1, 
1858, Miranda Kellogg, b. Limestone, Cattaraugus co., N. Y„ 
July 21, 1837, d. Hillsdale, Mich., Dec. 9, 1878, a da. Aaron and 
Charlotte (Webber). He m. 4th, Hillsdale, Dec. 10, 1879, Mrs. 
Samantha (Searls) Reynolds, b. Catlin, N. Y., May 26, 1830, wid. 
Barney Reynolds, da. Garry and Nancy (Eddy). Of Hillsdale, 
1884, carriage manufacturer. Ch. by 1st m.: 

9067 Ellen Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 27, 185 1, 
Unionville, Lake co., O., m. Hillsd., July 19, 1874, Charles New- 
ton Hunt, b. Jackson co., Mich., Mar. 20, 1842, s. William and 
Ann (St. John), 1. Jackson, Mich., joiner. Ch.: Harrington" 
Hunt, b. Apr. 19, 1879. William 8 , b. June, d. Oct., 1853 ; 
Charles 8 , b. Sept., 1854, d. Aug., 1855. By 2d m.: Harriet 
Amelia 8 , b. June 1, d. Sept. 10, 1857. By 3d m.: 

9068 George Webber 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 27, 1858, m. 
Chillicothe, Livingston co., Mo., July 22, 1880, Lizzie C. Rhea, 
b. Clay co., Mo., Sept. 5, 1859, da. William Edward and Eliza- 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



beth Ann (Smythe). Lived at St. Louis, Mo., res. Carthage, 
Jasper county, Mo. Of the firm Cleveland & McClure, carriage 
manufacturers. 

9069 Mary Patience 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 28, i860, m. 
Hillsdale, Oct. 24, 1877, James Henry Sampson, b. Hillsd., Feb. 
8, 1855, s. James B. and Betsey Jane (Coon), 1. Jackson, flour- 
packer. Ch.: Leroy James 3 Sampson, b. Mar. 8, 1880 ; Claudia E. 9 
Sampson, b. Oct. 28, 1883. 

9070 Emma Laura 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 28, 1862, m. Hills- 
dale, Aug. 19, 1879, Joseph Garnett, b. Seneca co., N. Y., Apr. 
18, 1846, s. Daniel and Catharine (Youngs), 1. Roodhouse, 111. 

9071 Charles William 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 7, 1864, of 
St. Louis, Mo., 1882-4, trimmer. 9072 Nellie May 6 , b. Apr. 15, 
1868, 1. St. L. 9073 Alice Estelle 8 , b. May 11, 1873, res - Car- 
thage. 9074 Blanche 8 Cleveland, b. May 21, 1878. 4th m.: s. p. 

3357. 

NANCY ELIZABETH 7 CLEVELAND (wiiiiam»), m. 1st, 
in Mo., 1850, Marion Douglas, b. in Ky., May, 1821, d. Bowling 
Green, Mo., Aug. 7, 1859, s. Jeremiah and Susan (Thompson). 
She m. 2d, Painesville, Ohio, Dec. 4, 1861, Charles Crandall, b. 
in N. Y., 1828, d. in the army, at Murfreesboro, Tenn., June, 
1863, s. Oliver. She res. Cleveland, O., 1884. Ch. by 1st m., b. 
Bowling' Green : Susan Elizabeth* ', b. Aug. 17, d. Dec. 7, 185 1. 

9075 Mary Mellville* Douglas, b. Dec. 1, 1852. 

9076 William Joseph* Douglas, b. Oct. 17, 1854, 1. Louisiana, 
Mo. By 2d m.: Edwin Charles* Crandall, born Sept. 19, 1862, 
Painesville, d. P., May 20, 1863. 

3360. 

WILLIAM KNAPP' CLEVELAND (john«, fcamuel«, Moses*, 

Aaron*, Aaron", Moses'), m. Tilsonburgh, Canada West, Jan. 26, 1869, 
Julia Amelia Canby, b. Niagara Falls, C. W., Jan. 26, 1846, da. 
Thomas and Margaret (Harris). Ch. b. Erie, Pa.: 

9077-8 Julia Canby 8 Cleveland, b. July 10, 1870; Wil- 
liam Knapp 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 28, 1872. 

Dr. William Knapp 7 Cleveland was in the U. S. A. 4 years, 
and in the Hospital service in New York harbor. Graduated 
at the University of the City of N. Y. (allopathic), and at 
Toronto, Can., as a homeopathic physician. In 1873, he and his 
bro. William 7 were proprietors of Metropolitan House, Chicago. 
Has practised at Brantford, C. W., at East Saginaw, Mich., 1 
year, Leavenworth, Kan., 2% years ; res. Erie, Pa., physician. 

3362. 

JOHN FREDERIC 7 CLEVELAND (john«), m. Wyoming, 
Wyoming co., N. Y., Apr, 20, 1871, Frances Viola Fisher, b. W., 
Jan. 4, 1846, da. Morris Borochird and Ellen Miranda (Phelps). 
Ch. b. LeRoy, N. Y.: 

9079 Harold Fisher 8 Cleveland, b: May 3, 1880. 

Dr. John Frederic 7 Cleveland began the study of medicine 
at Otterville, C. W., 186 r, entered Belle vue Hospital Medical 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1145 



College, N. Y. city, 1862, and while an under graduate was ap- 
pointed house physician Charity Hospital, Blackwell's Island, 
transferred to Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Appointed A. A. Sur- 
geon U. S. A., and ordered on duty at U. S. gen. hosp., Elmira, 
N. Y. Later was ordered in charge of rebel prisoners, Hart I., 
N. Y. Harbor, thence was sent to Ft. Schuyler, N. Y. Harbor, 
where he remained to close of war. Located at LeRoy since 
187 1, engaged in the regular practice of medicine. 

3365. 

3£(lVy'' JRuSSell ( Polly*, Samuel*, Moses*, Aaron", Aaron*), d. Mar. 20, 

1873, a. 51, m. Henry Hunter, he d.; dwelt at Dubuque, la. Ch.: 

9080 Mary Edith 9 Hunter, m. Bell, 1. Topeka, Kan. 

3368. 

Lester Phelps 1 Russell (Poiiy«), m. Mar. 19, 1854, Sallie 
Shumway, b. Mar. 29, 1838, res. Inland, la. Ch.: 

9081 Otis L 6 Russell, b. May 3, 1855, m. Shilo, Cedar co., 
la., Apr. 7, 1880, Mary Lulie Bell ; dwelt Inland and Harlan, la. 
Mary Alice 6 Russell, b. Dec. 25, 1857, d. Mar. 11, 1863. 

9082-4 Florence P. 6 , b. Dec. 16, 1861; Silas H. s , b. Sept. 8, 
1867; Mattie M. 6 , b. July 13, 1869; Vinnie E.\ Mar. 21, 1871; 
Frank G. 6 , Aug. 27, 1873 ; Elsie E. s , Jan. 5, 1878. 

3370. 

Mary Elizabeth' HOCkfellOW (Maria", Samuels, Moses*, Aaron*, 

Aaron*), d. Richfield, O., May 16, 1872, a. 52, 'm. 1st, Chardon, O., 
July 4, 1839, Elisha Parmalee, b. W. Springfield, Mass., Mar. 23, 
25, 1816, d. Chardon, Dec. 16, 1850, s. John and Olive (Chapman). 
She m. 2d, Princeton, Ind., 1856, Dr. William C. Cole. Ch. by 
1 st m.: 

+ 9085 Mildred Mary 9 Parmalee, b. June 1, 1841, Chardon. 

9086 Amanda Milicent 6 Parmalee, b. Dec. 18, 1842, Concord, 
O., m. Cleveland, O., Dec. 18, 1862, Louis Dexter Oviatt, born 
Richfield, Mar. 29, 1842, son Gen. Orson Minott and Lucretia 
Smith (Ward), res. Highland Lake, Longmont, Boulder co., Col., 
cattle ranch. Ch. b. Richfield : Gertrude Mildred* Oviatt, b. Nov. 
12, 1864; George Whiting* Oviatt, b. Dec. 16, 1866, d. R., May 16, 
1874; Frank Ward* Oviatt, b. Mar. 31, 1870; Mary Ellen* Oviatt, 
Apr. 12, 1872. 

9087 Everett Franklin 6 Parmalee, b. Jan. 16, 1845, Concord; 
Frederick Eugene 6 Parmalee, b. Feb. 25, 1847, Concord, d. Char- 
don, June 5, 185 1, • Cleveland 6 Parmalee, b. Apr. 15, 1849, d. Char- 
don, Mar. 18, 1850. By 2d m. : 

9088 Henry Grant 6 Cole, b. Dec. 28, 1863, Camp Denison, 
n. Cincinnati, O., m. Highland Lake, Col., Mar. 16, 1883, Rosa- 
line Gardner Oviatt, b. Fremont, O., Jan. 1, 1862, da. William 
Henry and Nellie (Quine), 1. Highland L., cattle ranch. Ch. : 
Anna Rosaline* Cole, b. Dec. 8, 1884, N. Park, Col.; Mary Eleanor* 
Cole, b. Oct. 6, 1886, Highland L. 

Elisha Parmalee dwelt at Concord and Chardon. 



II4 6 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Parmalee, Parmely, Parrnarly (from the French : Parmeliri), Painterly ancestry : — 
Elihu', of Killing-worth, Conn., m. Phebe Crane ; John 2 Parmalee, t>. K., Mar. 7, 1786, d. 
Chardon, Dec. 22, 1849, m. Granby, Conn., Dec. 11, 1813, Olive Chapman, born Preston, 
Conn., Jan. 14, 1792, d. Chardon, Jan. 7, 1854, da. Elisha and Hannah (Witter). 

Dr. William C. Cole studied with Dr. Valentine Mott, allo- 
pathic physician, was U. S. A. surgeon in late war. 

3371. 

Esther Ann' Roclefellow (Maria«), m. ist, Willoughby, O., 
Feb. 13, 1844, John Smith Murray, he d. Apr. 16, 1862. She m. 
2d, Montville, O., Apr. 11, 1867, Abdou Thompson Paine, born 
Penfield, N. Y., May 8, 181 2, s. Eber and Rhody. Of Montville, 
1884, farmer. Ch.: 

9089 Charles Luman* Murray, b. Nov. 26, 1844, Concord, 
O., d. Washington, D. C, Apr. 25, 1862, in the army. 

9090 Grattan Ashbel* Murray, b. July 28, 1846, Concord, 
O., m. Thompson, Geauga co., O., Mar. 5, 1874, Lydia Jane Mose- 
ley, b. T., Nov. 29, 1850, da. Noah and Maria (Fowler), res. New 
London, Waupaca co., Wis. Ch. : Susie Alma 9 Murray, b. Sept. 
28, 1883, New London. 

9091 John Ernest* Murray, b. Dec. 20, 1849, Montville, m. 
Kingsville, O., Oct. 19, 1874, Mary Elizabeth Landfear, b. Gar- 
rettsville, Portage co., O., Oct. 3, 1855, da. Charles and Emeline 
(White), 1. New London, manufacturer and dealer in lime and 
stone. Ch.: Charles Carlyle" Murray, b. Nov. 2, 1878, Garrets v. 

9092 Myra Mildred'' Murray, b. Sept. 30, i860, m. Montv., 
May ro, 1882, John Clark Freeman, born New London, Dec. 12, 
1858, son Hezekiah B. and Elizabeth (Huson), 1. New London, 
dry goods business. Ch.: Harry Murray* Freeman, b. July 22, 
1883, New London. 

3373. 

Alice' HocJsfeflow (Maria«), m. Munson, O., Apr. 6, 1S54, 
Sidney Delormus Woodworth, b. Madison, O., Aug. 15, 1825, s. 
Rowland and Ruth Stevens (Grant). Of New London, Wis., 
1884-5, lawyer. Ch. : 

9093 Mary Mildred* Woodworth, b. Dec. 7, 1854, Madison, 
m. Berlin, O., Sept. 9, 1875, Eugene Simeon Shepard, b. Horton- 
ville, Outagamie co., Wis., Mar. 3, 1853, s. Simeon and Lydia M. 
(Mosley), surveyor. Ch. : Claude Eugene* Shepard, born June 30, 
1876, New London. 

3377. 

LUCIUS Sf)Vith 7 AcLaiyiS (Aaron* Adams, Simon* Adams, Miriam*, 

Moses", Aaron*, Moses'), d. St. Paul, Minn., Mar. i, 1880, a. 76, m. 
Canaan, Conn., Jan. i, 1834, Eliza Alma Prentice, b. Canaan, 
Nov. 15, 181 2, d. Stockbridge, Mass., Feb. 10, 1877, da. Rev. 
Charles and Clarinda (Parmalee). Ch. : 

+ 9094 John Quincy* Adams, b. Apr. 19, 1837, Canaan, Conn. 

-I-9095 Sarah Williams* Adams, b. Sept. 21, 1839, Stock- 
bridge, Mass. 

-(-9096 Charles Prentice* Adams, b. Oct. 12, 1845, Stockbridge, 
Mass. 



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Dr. Lucius Smith' Adams, M.D., lived at Canaan, and many 
years at Stockbridge. He died at the residence of his son, 
John Quincy* Adams. 

Pretitice ancestry : — 1 arms : PRENTICE; /.• Prentis ; /.• Prentisse : Az. a chev. 
betw. 3 roses ar. . " . . Valentine 1 , from Nazing, co. Essex, Eng., came, 1631, prob. 
with Eliot in the Lion, Roxbury, Mass., freem., Aug. 7, 1632, m. Alice; John 2 , b. Eng., 
New London, Conn., ship owner, ra. 1st, Esther or Hester ; Valentines, b. 1680, to Wood- 
bury, Conn., ab. 1700, ensign, May 12, 1737, of the North co. or trainband, m. Abigail 
Walker 4 ; ChristopherVb. Apr. 13, 1726, m. Betsey Terrill 3 , bap. June 23, 1728 ; John*, b. 
June 6, 1754, d. Woodbury, Conn., Jan. 2, 1833, m. Martha Clemens (Patty Clemance), b. 
June 10, 1755, d. Dec. 4, 1820; Rev. Charles 8 Prentice, b. Jan. 17, 1778, Yale, 1802, minister 
of South Canaan, Conn., of whom a biographical sketch, in Genealogy of Prentice or 
Prentiss Family. by C.J. F. Binney, 310, d. May 29, 1838, m. 2d, Nov. 24, 1807, Clarinda 
Parmalee 7 , b. Dec. 9, 1781, d. Aug.' 31, 1868. 

Parrnalee ancestry : — John 1 , b. Eng., from Kent or Surrey, Eng., signer of Guilford, 
Conn., compact, of G., 1639, New Haven, Conn., 1659, wu l Nov. 8, 1659, d. soon after, m. 
1st, Hannah, 2d, Elizabeth Bradley ; John 2 Parmelin, b. Eng., Apr. 13, 1615, came, Apr. 
l 3> l6 35i " John Palmerly, a passeng. m the Elizabeth and Ann from London, 1635, a. 20, 
maybe the same," says Savage, "as Parmely of Guilford, freem., of Conn., 1665," d. 
Jan., 1689, m. 3d, Hannah ; Isaac 3 Parmelin, b. Nov. 21, 1665, m. Elizabeth Hiland 2 , b. 
Jan. 18, 1666; Abraham 4 , b. May 18, 1692, m. Mary Bishop 4 , b. Nov. 15, 1684; Abraham , 
b. Apr. 28, 1717, d. Goshen, Conn., May 3, 1746, m. Mary Stanley 5 ; Theodore 6 , Revolution 
soldier, m. Keziah Hudson 6 , b. Sept. 30, 1756 ; Clarinda 7 Parmalee m. Charles Prentice 6 . 

Hudson ancestry .- — Hendrick 1 , b. 1565, d. 1610 ; Davids, b. n. Amsterdam, Holland, 
ab. 1600 ; Ament 3 , b. ab. 1650 ; David 4 , b. 1685, d. Eastern New Jersey ab. 1730 ; David 5 , 
b. (prob. Newark, N. J.), .1726, Branford, Conn., d. Apr. 2, 1798, m. Aug. 23, 1755, Rebecca 
Fowler 5 ; Keziah 6 Hudson, m. Theodore Parmalee 6 . — This Hudson gen. is not verified 
by records, but is from a very old and detailed family history. 

Fowler ancestry : — William 1 [see +2482] ; Dea John 2 (s. prob. of the first William 
says Savage), b. Eng., of Milford, 1639, rep. 1665-73, d. Sept. 14, 1676, m. Mary Hubbard, 
b. 1625, d. Apr. 13, 1713. a da. George and Mary of Milford ; Abraham 3 b. Aug. 19, 1652, d. 
Dec. 30, 1719, m. Elizabeth Bartlett 2 , b. Mar., 1653; Daniel 4 , b. 1686, d. Dec. 20, 1776, m. 
Sept. 24, 1716, Grace Barron, b. 1690, d. Sept. "13, 1783 ; Rebecca 5 Fowler m. David 
Parmalee . 

Bartlett ancestry : — 1 arms: BaRTLOTT or BARTELOTT; /.• Bartlett ; 6: Bart- 
LET ; (Kent.) Ar. a chev. betw. 3 martlets sa. . . . Adam Bartelot came with the 
Conqueror from Normandy to Eng., d. noo. . . . Lt. George 1 , Guilford, 1641, Bran- 
ford, 1649, rep., 1665, dea., d. Aug. 3, 1669, m. Mary Cruttenden, da. Abraham and Mary, 
from Eng , of Guilford, asst. treas. Conn. ; Elizabeth 2 Bartlett m. Abraham Fowler 3 . 

Stanley ancestries : — John* (bro. of Thomas and Timothy of Hartford), d. on his 
passage to N. E., 1634, leaving 3 ch. ; Capt. John 2 , b. Eng., brot. in 1634 by his f., Farm- 
lngton, Conn., freem., 1665, lt. and capt. in Philip's war, rep., m. Sarah Scott, da. Thomas 
and Anna of Hartford; John 3 , b. H , Nov. 3, 1647, m. Esther Newell, da. Thomas and 
Rebecca (Olmstead, sister of John and Richard) of Farmington ; Nathaniel 4 m. Sarah 
Smith 3 , b. 1692 ; Mary 6 m. Abraham Parmalee 5 . Timothy 1 [see -1-123431,'says Savage, 
perhaps father of Elizabeth 2 Standley, m. William Smith 1 . > 

Smith ancestries : — William 1 , Wethersfield, 1644 (bro. to Joseph, Simon, and Mary 
Partridge of Hartford, and to Christopher of Northampton), elk. of the milit. co., 1645, 
Farmington, 1656, freeman, 1669, d. 1670, m. Elizabeth Standley 2 : Samuel 2 , b. Farming- 
ton, May, 1664, m. Ruth Porter 2 ; Sarah 3 m. Nathaniel Stanley 4 . . . George 1 , New 
Haven. 1639-47, d. May 17, 1662, m. Sarah; Elizabeth 2 Smith m. John Hall 2 . 

Porter ancestry : — Thomas 1 , Hartford. Farmington, d. 1697, m. Sarah Hart, da. 
Stephen of F. ; Ruth 2 Porter m. Samuel Smith 2 . 

Bishop ancestry:— 1 arms: BlSHOPPE ; 5; BISHOP: (Norfolk.) Ar. on a bend cot- 
tised gu. 3 bezapts. . . . John 1 , Guilford, 1639, d. Feb. 1661, m. Ann, her will pro. 
June, 1676, at Hartford ; John 2 m. Susannah Goldham, da. Henry and Frances of New 
Haven ; Daniel 3 , b. 1663, m. Mary Hall 8 , b. Oct. 30, 1672 ; Mary 4 Bishop m. Abraham 
Parmalee 4 . 

Hall ancestry : — Gilbert 1 of (prob. Rolvendue) co. Kent; William 2 , one of the first 
Guilford co., led by Rev. William Whitefield, who formed plantation covenant and 
signed it while on their passage, June 1, 1639, Guilford, 1639, d. Mar. 8, 1669, m. Esther : 
John 2 , b. 1648, m. Elizabeth Smith 2 ; Mary 3 Hall m. Daniel Bishop 3 . 

Hiland, Hyland, Highland ancestry : — George 1 , Guilford, 1662, d. 1692, m. Hannah 
Cruttenden, a da. Abraham and Mary of G. : Elizabeth 2 Hiland m. Isaac Parmelin 3 . 

Terrill, Turratl, ancestry: — ! arms: Terroll ; /.- Terrell; /.• Terrell or 
Terell ; (.Hertfordshire.) Ar. a bend az. . . . Roger 1 , Stratford, signer for articles 
for settlem. of Woodbury, Feb. 14, 1673, d. Apr. 17, 1722, m. Sarah; Roger 2 , b. July, 1691, 
m. Elizabeth Sherman 7 , b. Oct., 1684: Betsey 3 Terrill m. Christopher Prentice 4 . 

Sherman ancestry : —Thomas 1 , Henry 2 , Henry 3 [see +7030]; Edmund 4 , Eng., m. 
1611, Judeth Angiers, conjectured to be the Edmund 4 from Dedham, Eng., Watertown, 
Mass., freem., May 25, 1636, clothier; Hon. Samuel 6 (bro. of Rev. John), Stratford, 
Wethersfield, after 1640, Stamford, Assist., 1662-4, in settlement of Woodbury, 1672, m. in 
Enir., Sarah Mitchell, of W. Riding, of Yorkshire ; Dea. John", b. Feb. 8, 1651, was 
disting. in Conn., speaker of the house, Assist., 1713-23, m. Elizabeth ; Elizabeth 7 Sherman 
m. Roger Terrill 2 . 

Walker ancestry : — 53 arms .- (Lancashire ; Her. Off. Herts, and Midd. c. 28.) Ar. on 
a chev. sa. betw. 3 pellets as many crescents of the field. Crest — The sun rising in 
clouds, all ppr. . . . Robert 1 , b. 1607, from Manchester, Lancashire, Eng., joined chh., 
Boston, 1632, a founder of Old South Church, 1669, owned land at Watertown, linen Web- 
ster, d. May 29, 1687, m. Sarah; Rev. Zechary 2 , b. Sept. 1.5, 1637, Harvard Col., preached 
at Jamaica, L. I., 1663-8, Stratford, 1669, ord. May, 1670, Woodbury, 1670-8, m. Susannah 
Rossiter 3 ; Dea. Zechariah 3 m. Elizabeth Bull 3 ; Abigail 4 Walker, m. Valentine Prentice 3 . 
— Cotton Mat Iter's Magnalia. 

Bull ancestry : — 12 arms: (Wales.) Az. a bull sa. armed and hoofed or. . . Capt. 
Thomas 1 , b. ab. 1605, emb. at London, Sept., 1635, a. 25, in the Hopewell, Capt. Babb, 



H48 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Boston, Cambridge, accompanied Hooker to Hartford, May, 1636, an orig. prop., served 
in Pequot war, 1637, in com. at Saybrook, 1637, when Sir Edmund Andros attempted to 
gain the place for his master, the Duke of York, 1675, testified, Apr., 1681, that he was 
aged 75, d. 1684, m. Susanna ; Thomas 2 , b. 1646, m. 1st, Esther Cowles, da. John ; Eliza- 
beth 3 Bull m. Zechariah Walker 3 . 

Rossiter, Rocester ancestry: — 1 arms: Roster; 4: ROSSETER : (Somersetshire.) 
Ar. on a chev. gu. 3 pheons or. . . Hon. Edward 1 had a good est. in Devon or Somer- 
set, Eng., when his son lived at Combe, Devon, chosen Assist, in London, Oct. 20, 
1629, when Winthrop was chos. Gov. from Plymouth, Eng., May 30, 1630, Dorchester, 
Mass., 1630; Dr. Bray or Bryan 2 , b. Eng., freeman, Dorch., May 18, 1631, Guilford m. 
Elizabeth ; Susanna 3 Rossiter m. Zechary Walker. 2 

3380. 

Moses 1 AdatflS {Moses* Adams, Moses* Adams, Miriam*, Moses 3 , Aaron 2 ), 

d. prob. at Marathon, N. Y., on Jan. n, 1890, a. 88, m. His 
wife was living Sept., 1892. Ch., 4 sons 9 , 3 daughters* : 

Charles C* Adams, m. Oct. 6, 1856, Sarah J. Carley, 
res. Marathon, 1895, manfr. of school supplies. Ch. : A. Carley* 
Adams, Helen* Adams, Mary* Adams. A nephew 9 is a publisher 
of Marathon. 

8 Adams (son) is a bank cashier of Marathon. 

3381. 

Laura Lovtria 7 AdatttS (iVarren* Adams, Zebediah* Adams, 
Miriam*, Moses 3 , Aaron 2 , Moses 1 ), d. Perry, O., Apr. 29, 1877, a. 67, m. 

John Milton Shepard, b. New Marlboro, Mass., May 9, 1804, d. 
Perry, Sept. 14,. 1886, s. Samuel and Ruth (Wilkinson). Ch. : 
those living 1896 are : Samutl Warren* Shepard of Perry ; War- 
ren SamueF Shepard of P. 

+9097 Henry H* Shepard, b. Nov. 13, 1836, New Marlboro, 
Mass. 9098 Henrietta* Shepard, m. Henry* Brewer -{-9099. Abbie* 
Shepard, m. Young, res. in Mich. 

John Milton Shepard, residence, New Marlboro and Perry. 

Shepard, Sheppard, Shepheard, Shepherd ancestry: — i arms : Shepard or Shep- 
perd; /.• Shephard; /.• Shepheard; /.■ Shepheard or Shepperd; 4: Shepherd; 
2: Sheppard; /.• Shepperd; $.- Shepard: (Buckinghamshire.) Gu. 3 battle-axes or; 
a chief erm. Crest — 2 battle-axes in saltire or. . . Ralph 1 , b. 1606, from Stepney, 
London, Eng., 1635, in the Abigail, first prob. of Watertown, Mass., of Weymouth, Mass., 
Rehoboth, Mass., perhaps 1644, Concord, Mass., evidently of Maiden, Mass., where Ralph 
Shephard, who d. Sept. 11, 1693, a. 90, was buried, m. Thanks, b. 1612, who came with 
him, prob. father of : Thomas 2 , Isaac 8 , Isaac 4 , Daniel 5 ; Samuel' Shepard, b. New Marl- 
boro, June 18, 1778, d. there Mar. 25, 1814, m. Ruth Wilkinson, b. Dec. 25, 1778, d. Mar. 28, 
1814. 

3382. 

JElinice Abigail' Adams {Warren* Adams), d. Aug. 25, 1857, 

a. 3.3, m. Brewer. Ch. : 9099 Henry" Brewer m. Henrietta* 
Shepard -(-9098, res., Perry, O., 1896. 

3383. 

Julia Marie* Adams {Muton* Adams), d. Canaan, Conn., 
1868, m. Dec. 18, 1845, John Huntington, b. C. May 22, 1820, a 
s. Horace and Chloe (Franklin). Ch.: Miles Thomas* Huntington, 

b. Aug. 14, 1847, of Great Barrington, Mass., 1895; Horace*, b. 
Aug. 10, 1 85 1, of Meriden, Conn., 1895; Martha*, b. Apr. 10, 1853. 

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Huntington ancestry, 2 lines .• — Simon*, Christopher 2 [see + 43] ; Christopher 3 m. 
2d, Oct. 1706, Mrs. Judith (Stevens) Brewster, wid. of Jonathan Brewster, a gr. gr. s. of 
Elder William Brewster, Mayflower passeng. 1620 ; John 4 b. Norwich, Conn., Nov. 14, 
1709, m. Civil Tracy 4 ; Dr. Thomas 6 b. July 13, 1744-5, Yale 1768, practiced in Ashford, 
Conn., author and essayist, d. Canaan, Feb. 22, 1835, m. Mary Ward b. Attleborough, 
Mass., Mar., May 8, 1753, d. Mar. 31, 1828, da. Ichabod & Phebe (Tyler) ; Horace 9 b. 
July 8, X786, d. Canaan, Mar. 13, 1846, m. Chloe Franklin, b. C. Feb. 15, 1793, d. Feb. 23, 
1843, da. Silas. . . . Simon 2 [see -j- 551] : Sarah* Huntington m. Solomon Tracy 2 . 

Tracy ancestry : — Thomas 1 [see + 1115] ; Dr. Solomon 2 , b. 1651, the second physi- 
cian in Norwich, d. July 9, 1732, m. ist, Sarah Huntingdon 3 , b. Aug., 1654, d. 1683 ; Simon 3 
d. Sept. 14, 1773, in 96th y., m. Mary Leffingwell ; Civil 4 Tracy, m. John Huntington 4 . — 
Huntington Gen. .- N. E. Reg., X : 283 : Cavlkins' Norwich, 203. 

3384. 

ChaUflCey Edward 7 Adams {Milton* Adams, Zebediah^ Adams, 
Miriam 4 , Moses 3 , Aaron 2 , Moses 1 ), d. Union ville, Conn., Nov. 30, 1893, 

a. 65, m. Southfield (New Marlborough), Mass., Oct. 26, 185 1, 
Martha Dinah Turner, b. Southfield, Dec. 4, 1828, da. Augustus 
and Lucy (Rhoades). Children b. Mill River (New Marlbo- 
rough), Mass.: 

+9100 Edward Milton* Adams, b. Feb. 13, 1854. 

9101 Franklin Chauncey* Adams, b. Jan. 31, 1862, m. Bridge- 
port, Conn., 1889, Margaret Wiecks, res. Bridgeport, Conn., 1895, 
credit man for Rogers and Morford, s.p. ; Howard Augustus 9 Ad- 
ams, b. Nov. 3, 1863, d. Mill River, Feb. 23, 1865. 9102 Emma 
Prudence* Adams, b. Sept. 15, 1865, unm., res. Unionville. 

Chauncey Edward" 1 Adams resided at Mill River and Union- 
ville. His widow, Mrs. Martha Dinah (Turner) Adams, res. Un- 
ionville, 1895. 

Turner ancestry : — Edward 1 b. Eng. 1633, Milford 1651, freem. 1667, Middletown 
1665, d. M. Apr. 4, 1717, m. (evidently at Boston) Aug. 28, Oct. 25, 1656, Mary Sanford, da- 
Richard and Margery of B. : John 3 b. Middletown, Aug. 8, 1669, m. Susanna Merrills" ; 
iohn 3 b. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 5, 1703, Norfolk, Conn., 1745, m. Abigail Richards, da. 
>ea. Thomas ; Samuel* b. Hartford, Nov. 22, 1730, d. New Marlboro, m. Sarah Howe ; 
Isaac* b. Norfolk, Conn., 1769, d. Blpomfield, Conn., Dec. 17, 1831, m. Martha Humphrey 6 , 

b. Norfolk, Mar. 1777, d. New Marlboro, Nov. 7, 1824 ; Augustus 8 Turner b. 1797, d. May 
S, i860, m. Lucy Rhoades 8 b. 1801, d. New M. Mar. 28, 1831. 

Rhoades ancestry: — Henry 1 b. Eng. 1608, of Lynn, Mass., d. L. 1703, m. Elizabeth; 
Tosiah 3 b. Lynn, Apr. 1651, m. July 23, 1673, Elizabeth Coates ; Eleazer 3 b. July 8, 1683,. of 
Dorchester, Stoughton, Mass., m. Jemima Preble : Samuel* b. Apr. 24, 1728, private 1756- 
60 Crown Point in Capt. Ebenezer Cox's co., and Capt. Nathaniel Blake's co., m. Abigail 
Thorp of Dedham ; James 8 of New Marlboro, m. Dmah Wheeler, da. Capt. Zenas, capt. 
in Revolution from Mass. ; Lucy* Rhoades m. Augustus Turner 6 . 

Humphrey ancestry, 2 lines .• — Michael 1 , John 2 , John 3 , Michael*, m. Mercy Hum- 
phrey*, Michael 1 , Samuel 3 , Jonathan 3 , Mercy 4 Humphrey m. Michael Humphrey* [see 
+ 586] : Serg. Asahel 6 Humphrey, b. Norfolk, Coun., July 22, 1747, Revolution soldier, 
serg. of Artillery from Conn., d. New Marlboro, Oct. 2, 1827, m. Prudence Merrills 3 , b. 
Mar. 22, ii5}~2 j Martha 8 Humphrey m. Isaac Turner 5 . 

Merrills ancestry, 2 lines .• — Nathaniel 1 [see + 712] ; Dea. John 3 , Hartford, d. West 
Hartford, Conn., 1712, m. Sarah Watson, da. John & Ma.rgar.et (Smith) of Hartford ; Su- 
sanna 8 m John Turner 3 . . . Dea. Abraham 3 b. Dec. 21, 1670, m. Prudence Kellogg 3 , 
t>> l6 7S i Joseph* b. Mar. 28, 1706, m. Abigail Stone ; Prudence 6 Merrills m. Asahel 
Humphrey 6 . 

Kellogg ancestry : — 2 arms : Kellock : (Scotland) G-u. a bar. betw. 2 fleurs-de-lis 
stalked and leaved in chief or, and in base an annulet of the last. Crest — A heart betw. 
2 wings or. Motto — Gloria in excelsis Deo. . . . Name in Scotland originally Kil- 
loch, afterward Kellock. . . . Lt. Joseph 1 of Farmington, weaver, freem. 1634, Boston 
1659, Hadley, lt. and commanded the Hadley men in the Falls fight, d. 1707, m. 2d, Abi- 
gail Terry, d. of Stephen of Windsor, Conn., 1637, who was in the first troop of cavalry 
estab. in the country ; Prudence 2 Kellogg m. Abraham 3 Merrills. 

3385. 

JUlleTl BrUCe 1 Adams {Milton* Adams, Zebediah* Adams, Miriam*, 

Moses 3 , Aaron 3 , Moses 1 ), m. New Marlboro, Mass., Sept. 27, i860, Maj. 
Franklin Meacham, b. Williamstown, Mass., Sept. 21, 1833, d. 
Fort Douglas, Salt Lake co., Utah, Oct. 9, 1888, s. of Capt. 
Jamss and Almira (Bartlett). Ch.: 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



-(-9103 Franklin Adams* Meacham, b. Oct. 28, 1862, near Cum- 
berland Gap, Rock Castle co., Ky. 

-j-9104 Grace Francesco? Meacham, b. Sept. 8, 1868, Fort Doug- 
las, Utah. 

Maj. Franklin Meacham, Major and Surgeon, U. S. A., re- 
ceived his early education at Mills' School, South William stown, 
Mass., and was adm. to Williams coll. in class of 1857. In his 
junior year he left college to study medicine at the Berkshire 
Medical Institution, the then medical department of Williams 
coll., receiving his M. D. diploma 1858. After graduating he 
spent a year in Rainsford Island Hospital, Boston Harbor, and 
then entered upon the active practice of his profession at Pitts- 
field, Mass., until the outbreak of the civil war, when he re- 
sponded to the first call of his country. _ 

Register : Assistant Surgeon 14th Ky. Vol. Inf. Mar. 30, 
1862; Acting Assist. Surg. U.S. Army Nov. 26, 1862; Assist. Surg. 
U. S.Vol. Apr. 23, 1863; Surgeon U. S.Vol. July 9, 1863 ; was bre- 
vetted Lt.-Col. Vol., Aug. 9, 1865, for faithful and meritorious 
services; honorably mustered out Aug. 10, 1865. He returned 
to civil life and practiced his profession in St. Louis, Mo., un- 
til 1867. A faithful soldier's life had its charms, and he came 
up before the army examining board and was commissioned 
Assist. Surgeon U. S. Army, May 14, 1867; promoted to Capt. 
and Assist. Surgeon June 21, 1867; promoted to Major and Sur- 
geon Oct. 6, 1882. History of services : Cumberland Gap exped. 
under Gen. George W. Morgan 1862; in general hospital Louis- 
ville, Ky., to Apr. 1, 1864 ; Lexington, Ky., to May 1, 1864; Sur- 
geon in chief 3d Div. A. Corps to June 29, 1864 ; in charge of 
gen. field hospital and Medical Purveyor, Army of Ohio to end 
of Atlanta campaign ; gen. hospital Knoxville, Tenn. to Aug. 
10, 1864; in battle of Nashville, Dec. 16, 1864. Since the war 
at Ft. Laramie, Omaha, Ft. Sidney, Ft. Monroe, Ft. Brown, Tex., 
Ft. Niagara, Ft. Hamilton, Ft. Wadsworth, and Ft. Douglas, 
Utah. Mrs. Ellen Bruce 1 (Adams) Meacham residence, Fort Leav- 
enworth, 1896. 

Meacham ancestry: — The ancestor of the family came from Somersetshire, Eng., to 
Salem, Mass., prior to 1640. . . Dea. James 1 b. New Salem, Mass., Mar. 10, 173:5, from 
New S. autumn of 1762, a founder of Wilhamstown, his was the 14th family that settled in 
the town (cousin to following brothers and sister : Jonathan also a founder of William- 
town, d. Petersham, Mass., Capt.. William b. Salem, Mass., Mar. 10, 1742, capt. of Capt. 
John King's co., Col. Benjamin Ruggles Woodbridge's Hampshire reg., killed at Bunker 
Hill battle, June 17, 1775 ; Jeremiah d. Oneida co., N. Y.; John d. Benson, Vt.; Mary m. 
Moses Curtis), during fall and winter 1762 cleared land and built log house, tilled and im- 
proved the land the next summer, and in the fall went back to New Salem- for his wife 
and 2 children, returning with them on horseback. In 1768 he built his brick house 
which is still standing and in use at Williamstown. He and Col. Warner were intimate 
friends and great hunters, often going on long hunting trips together. It is said that he, 
during his life, shot 999 deer by actual count. KniEe handles made from horns of these 
deer are still in use at the old homestead. He fought at Bennington, Vt., battle Aug. 16, 
1777, under com. of Col. Seth Warner, and was with Warner in many campaigns, d. Wil- 
liamstown, July 28, 1812, m. New Salem? June 22, 1756, LucvRugg, b. Jan. n, 1732, d. Wil- 
liamstown, [une 22, 1803. Ch.: n ; James Hawkins 2 , b. W. Dec. 25, 1769, d. W. Mar. 26, 
1837, m. Sept. 30, 1795, Abigail (Nabby) Warner 6 , b. Bennington, Dec. 9, 1777, d. Williams- 
town. Apr. 16, 1862. Ch.: 6 ; Capt. James 3 Meacham, b. W. Feb. 3, 1805, was elected capt. 
of a local military co., ab. 1820, d. W. May 20, 1883, m. W. Nov. 20, 1827, Almira Bartlett 3 , 
b. Pelham, Mass., Nov. 24, 1805. d. Williamstown, Nov. 21, 1870. Ch.: 6. 

Bartlett ancestry : — Joseph 1 of Cambridge, Mass., d. Dec. 26, 1702, m. Oct. 27, 1668, 
Mary Waite or Way"; Joseph' b, Mar. 5, 1673, d. June, 1750, m. 1st, Hannah ; Thomas 3 b. 
July 25, 1697, d. 1774, m. 1729, Mary Bartlett of Brookfield, da. of Benjamin ; Obadiah* b. 
1730, d. Brookfield 1779, m. 1753, Rebecca Adams 5 , b. B. 1736.; Abner 5 b. 1755, d. 1792, m. 
Patty (Martha) Forbes 6 ; Luther" b. B. Oct. 4, 1783, d. Williamstown, m. 1803, Olive Olds 6 
b. Brookfield, May 6, 1786, d. Williamstown, June 13, i860 ; Almira' Bartlett m. James 
Meacham 3 . 

Ould, Old, Olds ancestry : — 1 arms : Ould ; / .• Oldes. Gu. a lion sejant guard, or, 
on a mount vert. Crest — A lion sejant guard, ppr. supporting an antique shield gu. 



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charged with a fesse or. . . . Robert 1 Ould of Windsor, Conn., Suffield, Conn., m. 1st, 
Susannah Hanford or Hosford ; William 2 Old, b. S. Aug. 28, 1680, d. 1749, m. 1707 Eliza- 
beth Walker ; Ezekiel 3 Olds, b. May 21, 1727, Brookfield, m. Elizabeth ; Joseph 4 , b. 1761, 
B., d. 1844 ; Olive' Olds m. Luther Bartlett'. 

Forbes, Forbush ancestry : — 30 arms : Forbes : (Seaton, Scotland). Az. 3 bears' 
heads ar. muzzled gu. in chief a crescent. . . all within a bordure of the second. 
Motto — Solus inter pluribus. . . Daniel 1 Forbush [whom Savage calls Farrabas] b. 
near Kinsella, Scotland, 1620 (?), Cambridge, Concord, Mass., Marlborough, Mass., m. 2d, 
Concord, May 22, 1679, Deborah Rediat, Sudbury, Mass.; Jonathan 3 b. Mar. 23, 1684, 
Westboro, m. Mrs. Hannah (Hayward) Holloway ; Daniel 3 b. 1710, W., d. 1780, m. Abi- 
gail Severs; Daniel 4 b. 1736, W., d. Brookfield, m. 1759, Persis Crosby, Brookfield ; Patty 8 
Forbes m. Abner Bartlett. 6 

Adams ancestry ; — William 1 , Nathaniel 2 , Thomas 3 [see + 3196] ; Benjamin 4 , Marl- 
boro, d. Brookfield"i785, m. Persis ; Rebecca 6 Adams m. Obadiah Bartlett*. 

Warner ancestry : John 1 b. ab. 1615, came in the Increase Apr. 1635, an orig. prop, 
of Hartford, Conn., 1639, soldier in the Pequot war, an orig. propr. of Farmington, Conn., 
joined F. chh. Mar. 15, 1656-7, freem. 1664, d. 1679, leaving a widow Margaret, m.2d, Hart- 
ford, 1649, Ann Norton, a da. Thomas & Grace of Guilford, Conn., 3d, Margaret. Ch. by 
which marriage not stated ; John 2 b. Farmington, d. Waterbury, Conn., 1707 ; Dr. Eben- 
ezer 3 , b. Waterbury, d. Woodbury, Conn., Apr. 23, 1755, m. Martha Galpin, she d. 1745 ; 
Dr. Benjamin 4 , b. Woodbury, May 6, 1709, m. Silence Hurd, she d. Woodbury, Nov. 15, 
1785 ; Col. Seth 6 b. May 6, 1743, Revolution officer, d. Dec. 24, 1784, m. June 8, 1766, Hester 
Hurd, b. June 15, 1748, d. Mar. 30, 1816 ; Abigail 8 Warner, m. James Hawkins Meacham 2 . 

3387. 

William jET. T SpeflCeV (Laura* Adams, Aaron* Adams, Miriam 4 , 

Moses 3 , Aaron 2 , Moses 1 ), m. Julia Tyler, she d. 187 1, a daughter of 
Hon. John Tyler, President of the U. Si, and Julia (Gardiner). 
Ch. : 9105 Jidia % Spencer . . . William HJ Spencer of New 
York. 

Tyler ancestry : — S arms : TYLER. Ar. a bend gu. betw. 6 nails sa It is 

conjectured that the first of the family who settled in Eng. was of Norman origin, was a 
companion of William the Conqueror, and a beneficiary in the parceling out of land. 
In 1202 the name was Gilbert de Tiller ; De Tyler 1233, then Le Tyler ; represented in 
parliament by Thomas le Tyler 1311; and finally Tyler. (Pres. Tyler wrote that his 
father, " whether in earnest or not I cannot say, often claimed his descent from Wat 
Tyler, the blacksmith, who headed the rebellion time of Richard the Second. As an 
evidence of my father's sincerity he named his eldest son after the blacksmith, conjoin- 
ing to it that of Henry.") Henry 1 , b. Shropshire, Eng., with his wife, Mary, migrated to 
Va. 1637, and was granted, Jan. 7, 1652, 254 acres of land at the " Middle Plantations," 
now Williamsburg, Va., 74 of these acres were bought by the colonial government for 
the site of a palace (ac. to trad, two brothers of his settled, ab. same period, one in Mass., 
the other in Conn.), m. 2d, in Va., Anne Orchard, da. of John and Anne; Henry 2 , a man 
of station in the colony, high sheriff of York co.. Va., vestryman and warden of Bruton 
parish church, a director in the laying out of Williamsburg 1699, when after the burning 
of Jamestown State House Gov. Francis Nicholson rem. seat of govt, to Middle Planta., 
and Gen. Assembly, by act, laid off city of Williamsb. as new capital on lands of Henry 
Tyler, "Gentleman," d. 1722, m. 1st Elizabeth Page, gr. da. of Col. John Page, progenitor 
of the Page family of Va. ; John 3 , supt. in construction of colonial palace at W., d. betw. 
1720 and 1729, m. Elizabeth Low of James City co. j John 4 , marshal of the Vice-Admiralty 
Court of Colony of Va., d. at his ancestral home in James City co. Aug. z6, 1773, m. Ann 
Contesse, only da. of Dr. Louis and Mary (Morris), a French Huguenot; John", b. Yar- 
mouth, James City co., Va., Feb. 28, 1747, grad. William and Mary College, lawyer, of 
Greenway, Charles City co., Va., judge, governor of Va. Dec. 1, 1808, a leading revolu- 
tionary character of Va., d. Greenway, Jan. 6, 1813, m. 1776, Mary Marott Armistead, b. 

ab." 1760, only da. of Robert of Buckroe, Elizabeth City co., Va., who m. — Shields, a 

da. of Col. James and Susannah (Page) of York co., and whose ancestor, William Armis- 
tead, was by trad. desc. of D'Armstadt (who from Hesse sett. ;n Eng.), and was granted, 
July 7, 1637, 450 acres in Elizabeth City co. ; Hon. John 6 Tyler, b. Greenway Mar. 29, 1790, 
10th President of the U. S., William and Mary Coll. 1806, of Sherwood Forest, Charles 
City co., Va., member legis, 1811-16, 1823-5, M. C. 1816-21, gov. Va. 1825-7, U. S. Senator 
1827-36, Vice-Pres. U. S. Mar. 4, 1841, Pres. U. S. (on death of Pres. William Henry Har- 
rison) Apr. 4, 1841, honorary memb. N. E. His. Gen Soc. Dec. 19, 1859, delegate to and 
pres. of Peace Convention 1861, memb. Confed. congress, d. Richmond, Va., Jan. 17, 1862, 
m. 2d, June 26, 1844, Juliana Gardiner 8 , b. ab. 1825, d. R. July 10, 1889. 

. Gardiner ancestry : — Lion 1 [see +3 2 59] ; David 3 , b. Saybrook fort, Colony of Conn., 
Apr. 29, 1636, educated in London, Eng., second proprietor of Gardiner's I., having come 
into possession of the Isle of Wight on decease of his mother, rec'd from Gov. Thomas Don- 

§an of N. Y. patent of Gardiner's I., to be henceforth called " Lordship and Manor of 
ardiner's Island," while attending Gen. Assembly Conn, in behalf of E. end towns of 
L. I. he d. at Hartford, Conn., July 10, 1689, buried in Center chh. b. g., m. in Parish of 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, Eng., June 4, 1657, Mrs. Mary Herringman, or Leringman, 
or Leringmore, widow, of St. Margaret's ; John 3 , b. Apr. 19, 1661, third Lord of the Man- 
or, m. 1st Mary King, b. 1670, da. Samuel (descended from William of Salem, Mass., m. 
Dorothy Hayne) King and Abigail (Ludlam, da. William, Sr., and Clemence), of South- 
old, N. Y. ; David 4 , b. Jan. 3, 1691, fourth Lord of the Manor, m. 1st Rachel Schellinger 
of East Hampton, she d. Dec. 16, 1744, da. Abraham and Joanna (Hedges) ; Col. Abra- 
ham 8 , b. Feb. 19, 1721-2, of E. Hampton; a leading character on L. I. during the Revolu- 
tion, m. ist Mary Smith, b. Oct. 3, 1725, da. Nathaniel (descended from Richard of Smith- 
town, N. Y., and Chief Justice Richard, who had been gov. of Tangier, of St. George's 
Manor) Smith and Phoebe (Howell) ; Capt. Abraham 6 , b. Jan. 25, 1763, of the militia, m. 
Phoebe Dayton of East Hampton, sister of Jonathan ; Hon. David', b. May 2, 1784, Yale 



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1804, lawyer, N. Y. state senator, author of Chronicles of East Hampton, killed by acci- 
dental bursting of gun on U. S. S. Princeton on trial trip on Potomac river opp. Mount 
Vernon, Va., Feb. 28, 1844, m. Juliana McLachlan, b. Feb. 8, 1799, da. of Michael (of the 
Highland Clan McLachlan in Scotland, who came to Jamaica, W. I., th. to N. Y., whose 
father, Capt. McLachlan, commanded the united clans McLachlan and McLean at battle 
of Culloden, Scotland, Apr. 16, 1746, and was beheaded for treason) McLachlan and 
(Granniss) ; Juliana 8 Gardiner m. John Tyler 6 . — JV. V. Gen. Bio. Rec, XXII: 40-5: Lion 
Gardiner ana Descendants., by Curtiss C. Gardiner, i&p, p. 149. 

3390. 

John, FarringtOri 1 Blahe {George* Blake, John* Blake, Ann* Rich- 
ardson, Sarah*, Aaron"), m. Oct. 7, 1 847, Celestia Wiswell of Frankfort, 
Waldo co., Me., da. John and Lucy (Gilmore). Ch. : Herbert 
George*, b. Oct 8, 1852, d. Feb. 14, 1853. 9106 George*, b. Nov. 1, 
1855 ; Harriet Eliza* Blake, b. Apr. 19, 1862, d. Mar. 20, 1878. 

John Partington 1 Blake lived on the farm with his father to 
185 1, then sold to his brothers and rem. to Winterport, Me., 
where he res. 1880. 

3391, 

Sally Hayes 1 Blake (George* Biake), d. Nov. 22, 1878, m. 
July 17, 1845, Thomas Goodale of Bucksport, Me., he d. Bangor, 
Me., July 23, 1875, rem - * n a f ew years to Lincoln, Penobscot co., 
Me.; dwelt there to 1871, afterward in Bangor. Ch. : 

9107 George Blake* Goodell, b. Feb. 20, 1848, m., Dec. 24, 
1878, Sarah Hook Shepherd of Houlton, Aroostook co. 7 Me., da. 
Frederic William and Sarah Hook (Davis). Of Bangor, ac- 
countant. / 

Eugene Bodare*, b. Aug. 2, 1851. res. Bar Harbor, 
Hancock co., Me., 1886 ; Alice Matilda*, b. Oct. 30, 1853, unm. 

9108 Loomis Farrington* Goodale, b. Dec. 30, 1857, m. Feb. 
20, 1884, Anne M. Gould of Orono, Me.; 1. Prairie Du Chien, Wis. 

3393. 

Levi Addison? Blake (George* Biake), m. Jan. 27, 1841, 
Roxy Wight Jordan, da. James and Abigail Farrington (Wight) 
of Waterford, Me. Dwelt first at Brewer, Me., afterwards at 
Holden to 1858, where he owned a farm ; Hermon, Penobscot 
co., Me., to 1859, and since at Hampden, Me., 1880, joiner. Ch. : 
Amelia Isabel*, b. Dec. 2, 1842, d. Sept. 7, 1862. 

9109 Ella Finette* Blake,h. Aug. 29, 1847, m. Oct. n, 1877, 
Capt. Hazen W. Jordan of Trenton ; Frances Almena*, b. Feb. 20, 
1850, d. Apr. 30, 1876. 91 10 Ada Eliza* Blake, b. June 24, 1854, 
m. . 

3399. 

John, Blake 7 Hayes (Sarah* Blake, John* Blake, Ann* Richardson, 

Saraw, Aaron"), d. San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 12, 1872, a. 64, m. 
Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 6, 1832, Abigail Rice, b. Jan. 18, 1800, 
d. Oakland, Cal., Feb. 15, 1883, da. Capt. Thomas of Charles- 
town. Dwelt Brewer, Me. Ch. b. Brewer : 
-f-9111 John Howard* Hayes, b. Aug. 5, 1833. 
91 1 2 Thomas Rice* Hayes, b. Feb. 18, 1835, m. San Fran- 
cisco, Aug. 4, i860, Mary Eliza Curtis, b. Damariscotta, Me., 1. 



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Oakland, 1882. Ch. b. San Francisco : Charles Edward? Hayes, 
May 25, 1861 ; Harriet Loring 9 Hayes, Sept. 5, 1862 ; Lucy Boutelle 9 
Hayes, July 5, 1866 ; Mary Eliza 9 Hayes, Oct. 30, 1870. 

9 1 13 Daniel Edward? Hayes, b. Jan. 23, 1838, m. San Fran- 
cisco, May 26, 1864, Eleanor Appollonia Olevill, b. Cleveland, O., 
1. Oakland. Ch. b. San Francisco : Estelle Frances 9 Hayes, Apr. 
10, 1866 ; Florence Eleanor 9 Hayes, Apr. 20, 1875. 

9114 Frances Abby* Hayes, b. Sept. 21, 1840,01. 1st, Caribou, 
Aroostook co., Me., Sept. 2, 1866, John Charles Flint, he d. 
Sioux City, la., Jan. 16, 1881. She m. 2d, Chicago, 111., Apr. 21, 
1886, Thomas J. Stone. Ch. : Abby Hayes 9 Flint, b. Aug. 28, 
1867, Bangor ; Antoinette Frances 9 Flint, b. Jan. 12, 1873, Sioux C, 
d. S. C. May 18, 1881. 

3400. 

Sarah Blake Kidder 1 Hayes (Sarah* stake), m. Brewer, 
Me., Oct. 27, 1837, Uriah Winchester, b. Aug. 27, 1814. Ch. : 
Frederick Orlando 6 , b. Sept. 24, 1838, d. Sept. 10, 1839 ; Sarah 
Augusta? Winchester, b. Nov. 20, 1840, of Santa Barbara, Cal., 1885. 
Marietta Sophia?, b. J an. 10,1 843, d. July, 1 848. 9 1 1 5 Robert Fulton* 
Winchester {Dr.), b. Apr. 27, 1845, m., Santa Barbara, Carrie M. 
Snow, of a Cape Cod family. Grad. Maine Medical School, 
M.D. 1867, res. from 1870 at Santa Barbara, physician ; Abby 
Hayes*, b. Mar. 29, 1848, d. Nov. 15, 1862. Child*, d. young. 

91 16 Charlotte Maria? Winchester, b. Aug. 1, 1850, tn., 
Santa Barbara, Nov. 30, 1876, Stanley Chipman Bagg. Ch. : 
Carrie Frances 9 Bagg, b. Oct. 30, 1877 ; John Sherman 9 Bagg, 
May 18, 188I. 

. Uriah Winchester of. Brewer, 1837, 1. Santa Barbara. 

Winchester ancestry .- — See +1162], Uriah* Winchester. 

3402. 

Levi 1 Blaise (fames* Slake, John* Blake, Ann* Richardson, Sarah', Aaron*), 

m. Corinth, Me., Jan. i, 1848, Diantha Bean. Was called out, 1837, 
in a company of Infantry Vols, in the so-called Aroostook, Me., 
war, where he remained encamped several months ; always re- 
sided at Corinth, farmer, 1882. Ch. : Anjanette* Blake, b. July 
28, 1849, d. C. Sept. 19, 1850 ; Clara A? Blake, b. Sept. 29, 185 1 ; 
Mary A? Blake, b. Aug. 6, 1853. 

91 1 7 Fannie O? Blake, b. Aug. 4, 1855, m. Bangor, Me., 
1873, John Francis Reaviel. Ch. b. B. : Jennie May 9 Reaviel, 
Jan. 27, 187 4; Hattie Estelle 9 Reaviel, Aug. 21, 1876. 9118-20 
John Hobart* Blake, b. Sept. 16, 1857 ; Hattie D? Blake, b. Dec. 
28, i860 ; Nellie A. M? Blake, b. Apr. 25, 1863. 

3405. 

Eunice Mann? Blake (James* stake), m. Corinth, Me., 
Sept. 30, 1849, John Boutelle, b. Concord, N. H., July 13, 1820, 
of Contoocook, Merrimack co., N. H., 1849; res - Corinth 1882. 
Ch. : 9121 Abbie Francis* Boutelle, b. Aug. 4,1850, Hopkinton, 
N. H., or Contoocook. 9122-3 Fidelia Adelaide* Boutelle, b. July 

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5, 1854, Corinth, Me.; Elmira Lovicey* Boutelle, b. Sept. 17, 1856, 
Corinth ; John Calvin* Boutelle, b. Aug. 4, 8, 1858, Corinth ; Charles 
Lewis* JBoutelle, b. Nov. 21, i860, Corinth. 9124 Lottie Ann 9 Bou- 
telle, b. June 13, 1863, Corinth. 9125 Martha Ella* Boutelle, h. 
Apr. 27, 1867, Corinth. 9126 Nettie Maria* Boutelle, b. Aug., 
Sept. 29, 1869, Corinth. > 

3408. 



Joseph Warren 1 Blake (fames* Blake), d. Brownsville, 
Cameron co., Texas, Nov. 27, 1870, a. 38, unm. He studied 
several years at the Bucksport, Me., Academy, and elsewhere, 
preparing for life's duties. In the employ of the Ohio Christian 
Commission, he went from Bangor, Me., Nov. 28, 1864 .* to' Bal- 
timore, Md., Dec. 3, 1864, in the forenoon to the battlefield, and 
that afternoon to Sheridan Hospital, where he began his labors 
Dec. 5th, and continued till war closed, then became a Gov't 
clerk in Washington. From June, 1868, was dep. U. S. customs 
collector in Tex. 

3410. 

Charles MorriS 7 Blake (Charles* Blake, John* Blake, Ann* Richard- 

son, Sarahs, Aaron*, Mosesi), d. San Francisco, Cal., June 3, 1893, a. 73, 
m. 1 st, Brewer, Aug. 18, 1844, Charlotte Amanda Farrington, b. 
Brewer, July 31, 1818, d. San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 7, 1887, eldest 
child of Daniel and Charlotte (Rogers). He m. 2d, San Fran- 
cisco, July 3, 1888, Sarah Emma Brown, b. Cornwall, Orange 
co., N. Y., Dec. 15, 1861, a da. of Daniel and Mary (Conolly). 
Ch. by 1st m.: 

+9127 Charles Edward* Blake, b. Aug. 14, 1845, Holden, Me. 

+9128 Charlotte Amanda* Blake, b. Dec. 21, 1846, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

9129 Thomas Arnold* Blake, b. July '2 7, 1848, Olney, Phila- 
delphia co., Pa., d. Benicia, Solano co., Cal., Feb. 20, 1854. 

9130 Mary Ellen* Blake, b. Nov. 4, 1853, Benicia, d. Beni- 
cia, Aug. 9, 1854. 

913 1 Anna Morris* Blake, born Jan. 24, 1859, Coudersport, 
Pa., d. Aaronsburg, Center co., Pa., Nov. 14, i860. 2d m.: s. p. 

Rev. Charles Morris 1 Blake, A.M., M.D., Chaplain U. S. A. 
since 1861. Dr. Blake was born in the wilds of Maine ; was 
named for Commodore Charles Morris, U. S. N. His youth 
was spent in the severe toils of the farm, the lumber yard, and 
the mill, attending a few weeks of winter the district school 
until Sept., 1836, when he entered the High School, Bangor, 
Me., under David Worcester, A.M., with whom, and at the 
Classical Institute with Rev. Samuel H. Shepley, A.M., he 
made rapid progress in his studies. Entered Bowdoin college, 
Brunswick, Me., Sept. 26, 1838 (Prof. Parker 6 Cleaveland 
+ 2240 was his teacher), where he was graduated with high 
honors, 1842. He taught school every winter from 1837, to 
enable him to bear the expenses of his course of study, in 
which he was liberally aided by his father, whom he afterwards 
repaid, and by the American Education Society. He rem. to 
Philadelphia, Nov., 1842, where he studied medicine at Jeffer- 





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son coll., 1 842-1 845 ; he studied theology with Rev. Albert 
Barnes and other clergy of the Presbyterian church, in which 
he was adm. as licentiate, 3d Pres., Phila., April, 1845. He re- 
ceived the degree A.M. from his honored alma mater, 1845, and 
M.D. at University of California, 1876. Taught his select 
school for boys in Philadelphia, 1 843-1849, in which he gained 
a high reputation. Among his pupils were Prof. Fairman Rog- 
ers, now of University of Pa. ; Horace Howard Furness, editor 
Variorum Shakespeare; Johnson Brown, Jos. T. Bailey, Jos. S. 
Lovering, Jr., and many other well-known citizens of Philadel- 
phia. Feb. 1, 1849, with 39 other Philadelphia gentlemen, Rev. 
C. M. 7 Blake started for California, via Tampico, Mexico. With 
ample means and a thorough knowledge of Spanish and agree- 
able traveling companions, the journey was a grateful pastime. 
In his mess were Rev. Daniel B. Woods, s. Rev. L. Woods, D.D., 
of Andover, Mass., Robert Thompson, and Thos. G. Spear, the 
Poet of the Pioneers, a quartette which were named the Amity 
and Enterprise company. Mr. Woods took with him from Rev. 
Bishop Kendrick, R. C, of Philadelphia, a letter in Latin to the 
bishops and clergy of Mexico, and which proved an open sesame 
to the hearts and homes of Mexico. No one vessel could be 
found at San Bias or Mazatlan which could take all the party. 
The Cruise of the San Blasena has been made classical by 
sketches in the Pacific News, pub. San Francisco, 1850; and by 
the polished pen of Dr. J. D. B. Stilltnan, in the Overland Monthly, 
Sept., 1874. Chaplain Blake left this vessel, with 10 others, at 
Cape San Lucas, May 19, 1849, reaching San Diego, Cal., after 
an arduous journey over the peninsula of Lower California on 
foot and on horseback of 84 days, Aug. 11, 1849. From there he 
went in the steamship Panama, Capt. Bailey, with Bayard Tay- 
lor, whom he found on board, and reached San Francisco Aug. 
18, 1849. Thence he went to the mines at Rose's Bar, on the 
Yuba, where he laid with his own hands the stone foundations 
of the celebrated " Yuba Dam." And this he did against the 
protests of all the men of the prairie in the company, who in- 
sisted that the length of the stone should be laid across the 
current of the stream. He returned from the mines Mar., 1850, 
and after an excursion to Merced, Merced co., Cal., and Mari- 
posa, Mariposa co., Cal., in which he first heard and wrote of 
Yosemite, and after a short tarry in Stockton, San Joaquin co., 
Cal., in which he organized the first school there, he settled in 
San Francisco, as associate editor with his maternal cousin, 
Jonas 7 Winchester, of the Pacific News, daily, the second news- 
paper (established 1849) in San Fran. In Oct., 1851, Chaplain 
Blake brought his family, via Panama, to Cal., and after a short 
stay in Grass Valley, and an exploration in Oregon, he located, 
1852, at Benicia, and there established the Collegiate Institute, 
a fine school for boys, in which he gathered some of the best 
youth of the Pacific, and laid the foundations of St. Augustine 
Coll., which now occupies the same building erected 1853-4 by 
Chaplain Blake. In 1855, the family, leaving the graves of the 
2 younger children, went to Chili, S. A., where he labored as a 
missionary to 1857, when he went to Pa., and becatrie pastor of 
Presbyterian church, Center co., remaining to 1861. During a 



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portion of 1859 and i860, being on duty in the interest of the 
Pres. church in Tenn. and Va., and becoming convinced that a 
war between the States was imminent, in the hope that he 
might be instrumental in averting the disaster, went to Wash- 
ington, D. C, at his own expense, and labored unremittingly to 
that end until the beginning of hostilities. Then, realizing 
that there could be no peace and no union until achieved by 
force of arms, he entered the military service, April, 1861, at 
Camp Curtin, Pa., as chaplain and in organizing troops. From 
Aug. 13 to Dec. 12, 1 86 1, he was with Gen. John C. Fremont's 
army in Missouri (most of the time on the general's staff), where 
he was chaplain of 13th Mo. Vols., Col. Crafts J. Wright com- 
manding. From that time until the war closed he was on ac- 
tive duty in W. Va., S. C, Fla., and Tenn., serving throughout 
with an honorable record. After Gen. Fremont was superseded, 
he was placed on duty by President Abraham Lincoln in vicin- 
ity of Washington, and subsequently commissioned as hospital 
chaplain, and sent by the President to Charleston hospital, W. 
Va. It was during these 6 months of 186 1-2 in Washington, 
crowded with cares for the sick and dying, that Chaplain Blake 
was able, from his extensive acquaintance with the Pacific coast 
and its needs, and with members of Congress, the President, and 
heads of depts., to say much in favor of the trans-continental 
railroad, just then looming up in importance, and with no mo- 
tive but the public good, he made constant appeals for a rail- 
road from the Missouri to San, Francisco. His wife was nurse 
in the hospitals of which he was chaplain. During the battle 
of Gettysburg he was assisting in arming, etc., the 1st and 2d 
U. S. Colored Regts. at Washington, and later the 3d and 6th 
U. S. C. at Camp William Penn, near Phila., Pa. He was ap- 
pointed Captain in 3d U. S. C. I., July, 1863, and in front of 
Charleston, S. C, was senior capt. and acting maj. and It. -col. 
of the regt. (which was brigaded with 2d S. C. and 54th Mass., 
Col.), and he performed gallant service. While in battle, Aug., 
1863, near Fort Wagner, Morris I., he was wounded in the head 
by the bursting of a shell. From this injury he has never en- 
tirely recovered. At Chattanooga, Tenn., where he ministered 
to Sherman's sick and wounded from Oct., 1864, to May, 1866, 
when he was appointed chaplain Regular U. S. A., and ordered, 
Aug., 1866, to Camp Whipple, n. Prescott, Arizona T., as post 
chaplain, remaining to August, 1867, when ordered to Camp 
McDowell, Ar., where, in 1868, he was completely prostrated 
from results of his wound, and deprived of his reason. While 
in this condition, in Dec, 1868, he wrote the Sec. of War, com- 
plaining of certain imaginary evils, declaring that if redress 
was not given he would resign. This letter was construed as a 
resignation and accepted, and a successor appointed, July 2, 
1870. His insanity continued to 1874, when he recovered his 
reason, and realized that he was no longer an officer. He was 
restored to the service May 14, 1878, by Pres. Hayes, who ex- 
amined the evidence, regarded the resignation as void, and re- 
gretted that he had not the power to restore the pay during the 
interval. Chaplain Blake applied to the Court of Claims for 
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(the statute of limitations being pleaded) by this court and by 
the U. S. Supreme Court. President Garfield, therefore, reap- 
pointed Chaplain Blake, May 20, 1881. An Act was passed by 
Congress, 1884, restoring the pay, 187 8-1 881, and he petitioned 
Congress, 1885, etc., for the amount due 1869-1878. Chaplain 
Blake was placed on the retired list, U. S. A., May 12, 1883. 

In 1875-6, he taught school in Napa and San Francisco. In 
1876, attended medical lectures at Tolland college, medical 
dept., Univ. of Cal., which, in earlier days as an editor and 
teacher of eminence, he had aided to plan and found. In 1878 
to 1 881, was post chaplain U. S. A., Camp Grant, Arizona, and 
1882, Morrisdale Mines, Pa., and resided afterward in San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Practising physician, 1889-93, 

Rev. Charles Morris 7 Blake was elected 1843 member Acad- 
emy of Natural Sciences, Phila.; 1848, member Franklin Insti- 
tute ; 1857, American Assoc, of Science ; 1868, member Soc. of 
Pioneers ; 1874, California Acad, of Sciences ; member of Order 
Loyal Legion, Dept. Cal.; member G. A. R. He was elected 
Jan. 7, 1880, a corresponding member of the New England His- 
toric-Genealogical Society, and a biographical sketch of him, by ' 
Francis E. Blake, Esq., of Boston, appears in the necrology of 
the Society in N. E. His. Gen. Reg., XLVIII : Jan., 1894, p. 88. 
California Biography, Alonzo Phelps, A.M., editor, 1881. Author 
— see Bibliography, Chap. IV. 

Farrington ancestry of Charlotte Amanda Farrington : — John 1 , Dedham 1646 ; Dan- 
iel 2 ; Benjamin 3 ; Dea. John 4 [see +1159] ; Daniel 6 Farrington, m. Charlotte Rogers 10 . 

Rogers ancestry : — 7 arms : ROGER ; 29 .■ ROGERS : (Of: The Home, Salop co., England, 
since the year 1260). Ar. on a chev. vert. betw. 3 bucks courant sa. 5 ermine spots gold. 
Crest — A buck's head sa. charged with 3 ermine spots gold, erased gu. attired or. . . . 
Rev. John 1 , martyred Feb. Si 155s, bad 11 children b. in Holland; Daniel? 2 ; Thomas 8 , 
ac. to unvarying tradition, was grandson of Rev. John 1 , came in the Mayflower 1620 with 
s. Joseph, and died Plymouth, Mass., early in 1621 ; Lit. Joseph 4 , came in Mayflower 1620, 
had 2 shares in div. of Ids. 1624, of Dux bury. Sandwich, d. Eastham 1678 ; John 6 , b. Dux- 
bury, Apr. 3, 1642, m. Elizabeth Twining 2 ; Joseph 6 , b. Feb. 22, 1679 ; Elkanah 7 ; Josiah 8 ; 
Zenas», m. Sarah Mayo; Charlotte 10 Rogers, m. Daniel Farrington 5 . 

Twining ancestry : — 2 arms : Ar. a fesse embattled ; in chief 2 mullets sa. Crest — 
A cubit arm grasping 2 snakes, each entwined around the arm, all ppr. . . . William 1 , 
from Eng., Yarmouth 1643, Eastham, d. Apr. 15, 1659, m. Ann^ Elizabeth 2 Twining, m. 
John Rogers 6 .— Savage. 

Brown ancestry of Sarah Emma Brown: — Peter Brown (supposed to descend from 
stout-hearted John Brown, temp. Henry VIII, mentioned at Asnford, Eng., 1511, father 
of Richard of A.) came in the Mayflower, arrived Plymouth, Mass., Dec. n (22), 1620, per- 
haps was ancestor of Seneca 1 , of Cornwall, N. Y., who had children : John 2 , Delia 2 , Sam- 
uel 2 , Mary Ann 2 , George 2 , Jane 2 , Emma 2 , Daniel 2 Brown, m. Mary Conolly. 



3412. 

Mary Louisa? Blake [charted Biake\ d. Holden, Me., May 
25, 1877, a. 53, m. Brewer, Me., Nov. 12, 1847, Hon. John Fisher 
Robinson, b. B. Mar. 26, 1821, d. Holden Jan. 20, 1876, s. John 
and Nancy (Bowden). Ch. b. Holden : 

9132 John Preston* Robinson, b. July 6, 1849, m - i* 1 Holden, 
Mrs. Frances (Goin) Breed, wid. of Mr. Breed, a merchant. Res. 
Bangor, Me., broker, s. p. 9133 Abby Maria* Robinson, b. Oct. 10, 
1850, d. July 18, 1856, 1876. 

9134 Charles Blake* Robinson, b. Sept. 23, 1852, m. Holden 
Mar. 20, 1878, Frances Helen Griffin, b. July 31, 1856, daughter 

of and Adeline (Higgins), 1. Holden, farmer. Ch.: Hope* 

Robinson, b. June 18, 1883. 

9135 Ida May* Robinson, b. May 16, 1861, d. May 29, 1876. 



1158 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



Hon. John Fisher Robinson was member of Legislature of 
Maine, Jan., 1876. 

Robinson ancestry: — William 1 , from England, Dorchester, Mass., 1636, member 
Ancient and Hon. Artil. Co. 1643, d. July 6, 1668, believed to be progenitor of : Samuel 4 , 
of Walpole, Mass., who, Sept. 13, 1759, was at taking of Quebec, under Wolfe; John 6 Rob- 
inson, m. Mary, or Nancy, Booden or Bowden. 

3413. 

Prentiss Mellen 7 Blake {Charles* Biake), d. Aug. i, 1893, 

a. 67, m. Bangor, Me., July 16, 1850, Mary Barrett Hawes, born 
Warren, Me., Jan. 16, Sept. 29, 1832, da. Galen and Harriet 
(Lindley). s. p. 

Hon. Prentiss Mellen 1 Blake residence, Bangor ; senior part- 
ner of Blake, Barrows [George W. E.] & Brown [William E.], 
investment bankers, Bangor. 

Hawes ancestry .• — Edward 1 [see +1159], ancestor of Galen 7 Hawes. 
Lindley ancestry : — [see +1163]. 

3414. 

William Watson Niles 1 Ulake {Charles* Biake), m. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., May 10, 1856, Mary H. West, b. Trenton, N. J., da. 
Bailey C. H. and Pamelia (Hughes). Ch.: Ella May*, b. Jan. 22, 
1857, T., d. Zanesville, O., May 27, 1862. 9136-8 Louisa Selinda*, 

b. Oct. 3, 1859, Z., unm., grad. State Normal School of N. J., res. 
Trenton, teacher ; Manalta Winchester*, b. Dec. 22, 1861, Z., un- 
married, grad. S. Normal Sch., res. Trenton, teacher ; Charles 
Arthur* Blake, b. July 22, 1864, T., d. T., Feb. 21, 1881, unm. 

William Watson Niks' 1 Blake enlisted Aug., 1862, in U. S. N. 
on the " Carondelet " in Admiral Porter's fleet ; ran blockade at 
Vicksburg, and fought at Grand Gulf battle, had miraculous es- 
cape, the man noxt him was killed at his gun, and he was 
stunned. He served to close of the war ; res. Trenton 1882, a 
skillful mechanic. 

Bailey C. H. West, Surrogate of Mercer co., Trenton. 



3415. 

Ahoy JRiee 1 Blake (c/iaries« Biake), m. Camden, N. J., Mar. 
1, 1862, Joseph Coles Hollinshead, b. Moorestown, Burlington 
co., N. J., June 27, 1824, son Joseph and Abigail Budd (Coles), 
res. Camden, county clerk of Camden co., N. J., 1882. Ch. b. 
Camden : 9139-40 Mary Blake* Hollinshead, b. Dec. 16, 1862, m. 
C. Apr. 15, 1885, Alonzo Wood; Edward Bettle* Hollinshead, b. 
May 6, 1868. 

3416. 

Daniel Webster 1 Blake {charies* Biake), b. Brewer, Me., 
June 28, 1833, unm. 1885 ; was a soldier in the Chickahominy, 
Va., U. S. army 1862-3 ; an invalid ever since ; res. Holden, 
Me., farmer. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



3417. 



"59 



Lyman Munson" Blake (cuar/es* Biake), d. Brookfield, 
Linn co., Mo., Aug. 23, 1866, a. 31, m. Corinth, Me., Dec. 13, 
1864, Mrs. Mary H. (Fox) Sanford, b. Athens, Me., May 30, 
1836, wid. of Mr. Sanford, da. Jonathan Franklin and Clarissa 
(Jewett). Ch. : 9141 Minnie Alice* Blake, b. Dec. 4, 1865, Cor- 
inth, attended Normal School, Winona, Minn. 

Lyman Munson 7 Blake being not in firm health furnished a 
substitute in the Union army, 186 1-5. Dwelt at Winona and 
Chillicothe, Mo. 

Mary H. Fox m. 1st in Corinth, Mr. Sanford, farmer, s. p. 

3418. 

Christopher Columbus' Blake (charies* Biake), m. Ot- 
tumwa, la., June 17, 1866, Rachel Alice Ellen Beam, b. Colum- 
bus, O., Dec. 21, 1840, da. John A. and Mary Ann (Shoemaker). 
Ch. : Nellie*, b. and d. Ottumwa, Aug. 21, 1867 ; Es telle Ann*, b. 
Aug. 21, 1867, Ot., d. O., Nov. 26, 27, 1872 ; 9142-5 Minnie Ellen*, 
b. Apr. 30, 1869, Ottumwa, la. ; Gilbert Edward*, b. July 28, 187 1, 
Ottumwa, la. ; John Charles*, b. May 31, 1873, Ottumwa, la. ; 
Zalla Etta*, b. June 4, 1875, Decatur, 111. ; Frederic Columbus*, b. 
Oct. 30, 1877, D. ; Myrtle Alice*, June 6, 1879, D. ; Rosalie Ella* 
Blake, Sept. 22, 1881, Evanston, 111. 

Christopher Columbus' Blake was a private in Berdan's reg., 
sharpshooters, wounded 'in head at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862, 
lived at Ottumwa, Decatur, and Evanston, res., 1882-6, Rich- 
land, Shawnee co., Kan., lawyer. Proprietor of The Future, a 
newspaper devoted to predictions of the coming weather 
through Astronomical Mathematics. See Bibliography, Chap. 
IV. 

3419. 

George Washington 1 Blake (cttaries* Biake), m. Charlton, 
Lucas co., la., Sept. 27, 1866, Caroline Edgington of London, 
Eng., she d. 1883. Ch. : 9146-8 Charles Arthur* Blake, b. Aug. 
16, 1868 ; Harriet Forward* Blake, b. Nov. 23, 1870 ; George Clar- 
ence* Blake, b. Sept. 24, 1879. 

Capt. George Washington' Blake at the storming of Ft. Donel- 
son, Tern., 1862, was serg. Co. K, and Color Serg., 2d Iowa, 
and led the charge. At battle of Corinth, Miss., he was shot 
through the body, and here his life was saved by his mother. 
After this victory he was promoted and commissioned captain ; 
res., since 1866, at Charlton, always a merchant ; still (1886) 
res-, there. 

3421. 

Eliza Ann' Blake (Charles* Biake), m. Ottumwa, la., Jan. 4, 
1870, George C. Towle, b. Rockford, 111., 1841, s. Simeon and 
Eliza Day (Saunders), res. Omaha, Neb., 1884-5, of Pratt & 
Towle, coal dealers. Ch. b. Omaha: 9149-50 Rossiter Blake*, b. 
May 14, 1875 ; Bessie* Towle, b. Jan. 26, 1878. 



Il6o CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3423. 

JEHaS Otis' Blake {Ellas' Blake, John* Blake, Ann* Richardson, Sarah', 

Aaron*), m. Thornton, N. H., Jan. 4, 1850, Ann Eliza Burley. 
Dwelt in N. Y. city ; res;, 1882-6, Lowell, Mass. Ch. : Frederick*, 
b. Dec. 23, 1852, N. Y. c, d. Thornton, Oct. 21, 1854; Franklin 
Wilbur*, b. Dec. 29, i860, Lowell, d. Feb. 9, 1863. 9151-2 
Adelia Maud 1 ', b. June 25, 1863 ; Roderick* Blake, b. Sept. 25, 1867 ; 
Herbert Lincoln*, b. Sept. 26, 1869, d. Mar. 5, 1871. 

3425. 

Orlando Wilbur' Slake (Eiias« Biake), m. Cincinnati, O., 
July 8, 1856, Julia Weston. Ch. : 9153-7 Noble Wilbur* Blake, b. 
Apr. 23, 1859, McArthur, Vinton co., O. ; Ida May*, b. Dec. 17, 
1861, Toledo, O. ; Charles J.*, in., res. St. Louis, Mo. Ch. : 2; 
Alfred Richmond* Blake, b. Apr. 3, 1865, Pittsburg, Pa., d. Apr. 
21, 1867, born the day Richmond fell, hence the name. Lilian 
Musette*, b. Nov. 3, 1873, St. Louis. 

Orlando Wilbur 1 Blake, res., 1882-6, St. Louis ; since 1857 an 
actor by profession ; the favorite comedian, known from Maine 
to Texas. 

3427. 

Harriet Lindley 7 Slake (Eiias» Biake), m. Bangor, Me., 
June 15, 1874, William Edwin IJrown, b. Mar. 5, 1846, s. William. 
Ch. : 9158 Marguerite* Brown, b. June 8, 1881. William Edwin 
Brown, res., Bangor, 1882. 

Brown ancestry : — Of the Scotch line of Londonderry, N. H. 

3430. 

AVERY 7 CLEVELAND (Peter*, NoahdiaW, Aaron*, Benjamins, 

Aaron*, Mosesi), d. Sauk Centre, Stearns co., Minn., Mar., 1875, a. 
75, m. 1st, Genesee co., N. Y., 1822, Susan Sill, b. Oxford, N. Y., 
Dec. 10, 1804, d. Kingsville, O., May 15, 1839, 8, 1840, da. Daniel 
and Abigail (McKnight). He m. 2d, Mar., 1841, Electa Judson. 
Ch. by 1st m. : 

9159 Washington 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 5, 1821, Orshan, 
Genesee co., N. Y., d. Conneaut, O., 1857, did not accompany 
his father to Mich. 

9160 Addison 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 26, 1827, unm., settled 
in Canton, Wayne county, Mich., 1848, with his father. They 
bought timber land, manufactured shingles 10 years, then 
farmed. Rem. to Sauk Center spring of 1867. Cattle raiser. 

9161 David 8 Cleveland, b. June 10, 1835, served in civil 
war, res. Sauk Center. 9162 Susan 8 , b. May 8, 1840, d. Mar. 10, 
1877. By 2d m.: 9163-8 Freeman 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 29, 
1841 ; Mary E. 8 , b. Feb. 20, 1843, d. June 4, 9, 1847, 1857 ; Jose- 
phine 8 , b. Nov. 10, 1845 ; Orison Peter 8 , b. May 12, 1850 ; El- 
nora 8 , b. Dec. 2, 1853 ; George 8 Cleveland, b. July 19, 1859, 
removed to Sauk Center spring of 1867 with brother, Addison 8 ; 
they live together, farmer. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. n6i 

Avery 7 Cleveland rem. with his father to near Plattsburg, 
N. Y., 1812, to Genesee county, where they bought and cleared 
lands, and in 1832 to.Conneaut and Kingsville. In 1848, Avery' 
settled at Canton, Mich., transformed the timber into shingles 
10 years, then farmed. A sturdy pioneer. 

Addison 8 Cleveland writes us: "lam not ashamed of my ancestors or the name I 
bear. They were hard-working, honest men and women, able and willing to take care 
of themselves." Such are the salt of the earth. 

Hyde ancestry : — through Daniel Sill — see Hyde gen., 820. 

Mrs. Electa (Judson) Cleveland res. Sauk Center, 1882. 

3440. 

GEORGE ORSON 7 CLEVELAND (William Hamilton', Noadiah*. 
Aaron*, Benjamins, Aarona, Mosesi), d. Harwinton, Conn., Nov. 7, 1883, 

a. 73, m. Feb. 9, 1832, Jane Lamphere, b. Stonington, Conn., 
Mar. 9, 1803, da. of Capt. Lamphere, a sea capt, adopted da. of 
Samuel Palmer of Goshen, Conn. Resided at Harwinton, 
farmer and joiner. His wid. res. Harwinton, 1887. Ch. : 

9169 George William 6 Cleveland, b. Aug. 10, 1835, 
Amenia, N. Y., was killed in battle at Strasburgh, Va., Oct. 19, 
1864, m. Harwint., Dec. 25, 1858, Sarah J. Taylor, she d. before 
1864, da. Emery. Enlisted Aug. 12, 1862, Co. C, 2d Conn. H. 
Artillery. Lived at Torringford, Conn., joiner, s. p. 
+9170 Philo 8 Cleveland, ) b. Aug. 31, 1837, 
-i-9171 Milo 8 Cleveland, j Amenia, N. Y. 
-j-9172 Erastus 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 24, 1839, Goshen, Ct. 

9173 Albert Benjamin 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 16, 1843, G"., 
m. Harwint., Dec. 23, 1869, Anna Taylor. Enlisted Aug. 15, 
1862, Co. C, 2d Conn. H. A., discharged Washington, D. C, July 
7, 1865 ; res. Thomaston, Conn., caster in brass mill. Ch.: Lena 
May 9 , b. ab. Jan., d. T. July 31, ab. 1885-6. 

9174 Mary Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 2, 1845, Go- 
shen, m. Nov., 1865, Alonzo Barker, res. Harwinton. Ch.: Jen- 
nie Elizabeth Barker, b. Mar., 1867 ; George Spencer* Barker ; 
John* Barker. 

3441. 

JOSEPH WILLIS 7 CLEVELAND (wm. Hamilton'), m. Ame- 
nia, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1840, Jeanette Northrup, „b. A. Mar. 11, 1820, 
da. Stephen K. and Sarah (White). Has a sawmill at Water- 
town, Conn., 1879-86. Ch.: 

9175 Charles F. b Cleveland, b. Oct. 12, 1843, d. at sea, 
on ship "City of New York," Apr. 8, 1862. Enlisted Dec. 22, 
1 86 1, Co. B, 13th Conn. Dwelt Torrington, Conn., 1861. 9176-9 
Delia 8 , b. June 30, 1845 ; Sarah 6 , b. Apr. 15, 1847 ; George 
Stephen 8 , b. Apr. 20, 1849 '» Darius 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 28, 1851. 

3448. 

ORRASON 7 CLEVELAND (Orrason«, Noadiah", Aaron*, Benjamins, 

Aaron*, Moses'), d. prob. in Texas, m. in Arkansas, his wife d. prob. 
in Texas about i860. He went to Arkansas 1839, afterward to 
Texas. Ch.: 



1 1 62 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

9180 Daughter 8 , m. Henry Kent, res. Texana, Jackson 
co., Tex. Daughter 8 , d. before i860. 

3450. 

PHILEMON 7 CLEVELAND (orra*m»), m. 1st, Matagorda, 
Matagorda co., Tex., July 6, 1854, Catherine Idleburg, b. Jan., 
1832, d. ab. 1870, da. John. He m. 2d, Mar., 1875, Eveline Des- 
meeko, b. Ringgold Parish, Cherokee co., Ala., Nov. 11, 1848, 
a da. William and Martha E valine. Went to Kansas 1847 ; af- 
terward to Rockport, Arkansas co., Tex., still 1. R. 1884, farmer. 
Ch. by 1st m.: 9181-7 Lorena 8 , b. May 2, 1855 ; May Virginia 8 , 
b. May 25, 1857 ; Philemon 8 Cleveland, b. Jan., 1859, Indian- 
ola, Calhoun co., Tex.; John Leander 8 , b. Mar. — ,1864; Or- 
rason 8 , b. Mar., 1868. By 2d m.: Leona 8 Cleveland; W. U.* 
Cleveland ; Byrdie 8 Cleveland. 

9188 Charles 8 Cleveland, ) b. 18 — , Rockport, Tex. 

9189 Rufus 8 Cleveland, jb. 18 — , Rockport, Tex. 

3451. 

WILLIAM' CLEVELAND (orrason«), d. 1864, a. 41, m. in 
Mich. 1846-7, Jane Lewis. Owned and operated a farm, now 
(1884) occupied by his wid., near Cambria, Hillsdale co., Mich. 
Children : 

9190 Sarah 8 Cleveland, m. 1st, Jacob Remaley. She 
m. 2d, Justin Chatman, 1. n. Monterey, Allegan co., Mich. Ch. 
by istm.: William 9 Remaley j Minerva* Remaley. 

+9191 William 8 Cleveland, b. — , 18 — . 

3462. 

Stephen Bennett 1 Wallery (saii y «, Noadiaw, as above), m. 
Nov. 4, i860, Helen I. Orr. Res. Reading, Mich., 1884, of S. B. 
Mallery & Son, dry goods merchants. Ch.: 9192 Clark E. 
Mallery, b. Jan. 25, 1863, of S. B. Mallery & Son, merchants ; 
Hattie E.* Mallery, b. Apr. 19, 1870. 

3473. 

AARON 7 CLEVELAND (Brainard', Aaron*, Aaron*, Benj.s, Aaron*, 

Moses'), m. Randolph, Cattaraugus co., N. Y., May 23, 1849, Cath- 
arine Learn, b. Humphrey, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1832, da. Joseph "and 
Mary (Spriggle). Res. Sugartown, Great Valley, N. Y. P. O. 
Ellicottsville, Cattaraugus co., N. Y., 1883, farmer. Ch.: 9193-5 
Laura J. L. 8 , b. Aug. 19, 1853, Humphrey ; Nettie A. 8 , b. May 
14, 1862, H.; Mary E. 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 19, 1866, Great Val- 
ley, N. Y. 

3474. 

MARY ANN 7 CLEVELAND (Brainard'), d. Allegany, Cat- 
taraugus co., N. Y., Aug. 22, 1846, a. 22, m. Humphrey, N. Y., 
1845, as 2 d w., Nehemiah Boss. (He m. 1st, Maryette' Simons 

+3479-) Ch.: 

9196 Viola MS Boss, b. Aug. 12, 1846, Allegany, N. Y. 



8 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



3475. 



1 163 



ALONZO 7 CLEVELAND (Brainard*), d. Humphrey, N. Y., 
May, 1876, a. 51, m. H., Nov. 8, 1846, Lydia Wheeler, b. Apr. 28, 
1823, da. David. Dwelt always in Humphrey, farmer. Ch. b. 
Humphrey : 

9 x 97 - 9 Joseph A. 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 13, 1847 ; Lydia 
M. 8 , b. Feb. 4, 1850, died Oct. 4, 1853 ; Brainard S. 8 , b. Oct. 20, 
1852 ; Isaac 8 , b. Mar. 16, 1855 ; Mary P. 8 , b. June 6, 1857, died; 
Henry D. 8 , b. Mar. 28, 1862, d.; William L. 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 
16, 1864, d. 

3476. 

JOSEPH PEW 7 CLEVELAND (Brainard*), m. Humphrey, 
N. Y., Aug. 15, 1848, Mary Elizabeth Smith, b. Plattsburgh, N. 
Y., Sept. 20, 1833, da. Samuel J. and Rebecca (Scutt). Dwelt 
in Humphrey and Sugartown, N. Y., res. 1882, Fair Haven, 
Stearns co., Minn., farmer. Ch.: 

9200-5 William Allen 8 Cleveland, born Dec. 10, 1856, 
Humphrey; Mary Violia 3 , b. Dec. n, 1853, Jefferson co., Wis.; 
Isaac Franklin 8 , b. Dec. 22, 1855, Farmington, Jefferson co., 
Wis.; Ina Almira 8 , b. Jan. 1, 1857, F. ; George Arthur 8 , b. 
Dec. 15, 1861, Concord, Jefferson co., Wis.; Mary Ett 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Jan. 18, 1870, Sullivan, Jefferson co., Wis. 

3477. 

ISAAC FRANKLIN 7 CLEVELAND (Brainard*), d. in Kan. 
or Neb., Aug., 1859, a. 30, m. Elizabeth Smith. Ch.: Son 8 . 

3479. 

JMCaryette 7 SimOnS (Betsey*, Aaron*, Aaron*, Benj.s, Aaron"), d. bef. 

1845, ra -> as lS t w., Nehemiah Boss. (He m. 2d, Mary Ann 7 
Cleveland +3474.) Ch.: 3: 

9206 Sarah* Boss, m. Benedict, res. Otisco, Ionia co., Mich., 
1883. Two others*. 

3480. 

LAURAETTA 7 CLEVELAND (Aaron*, Aaron*, etc.), married 
Homer, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1838, Willard E. Mathews; res. Homer, 
1885-6. Ch. b. Homer : 

9207-10 Amelia* Mathews, d., m. in Homer, Weaver Cook; 
George* Mathews, d.; Harriet* Mathews, m. Elisha Williams, 1. 
Homer; Olive* Mathews, m. Charles F. DeBarr, 1. H.; Mary* 
Mathews, m. Thomas C. Story, 1. H. 

3486. 

ELI CHURCH 7 CLEVELAND (Brainerd*, Benj.', Aaron*, Benj.s, 

Aaron*), m. Republic, O., Apr. 14, 1852, Mary Young Mefford, b. 
Mt. Vernon, O., Aug. 7, 1830, da. John and Abigail (Mitchell), 
res. 1883, Walkin's Grove, 111. P. O., Eastern, 111. Justice of 
the Peace. Ch.: Abigail May 8 , b. Nov. 20, 1863, died Sept. 23, 
1866. 

92 1 1 Mattie Blanche 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 8, 1868. 



1 164 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



3492. 



CHARLES GILSON 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin Bonney*, Benj.«, 

Aaron*, Benj.a, Aaron», Moses'), m. Montgomery, O., Feb. 2, 1855, Re- 
becca Ann Mouser, b. Jefferson co., Va., Dec. 14, 1825, da. Dan- 
iel and Elizabeth (Hayne). s. p. 

Mr. Charles Gilson 7 Cleveland is a resident of Ainger, 
Williams co., O., 1882-94, farmer. He is a subscriber for this 
Genealogy. 

3494, 

LYDIA ANGELINE 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin Bonney*), m. 

Bloom, Seneca tp., O., Sept. 23, 1852, Samuel Wise, b. Reed tp., 
Seneca co., O., Mar. 31, 183 1, s. Solomon and Nancy (Criswell), 
res. Attica, O., 1882, farmer. Ch.: Frank* Wise, b. July 7, 1853, 
d. Reed tp., Feb. 26, 1854. 

9212 Eliza fane* Wise, b. Dec. 10, 1854, R., m. Attica, O., 
Dec. 27, 1874, Michael Hurlehy, b. County Cary, Ireland, Sept. 
30, 1846, s. Michael and Margaret (O'Conors). Ch. born Rich- 
mond, Jefferson co., O.: Frank Elmer 9 Hurlehy, Jan. 12, 1876; 
Thomas Walter 9 Hurlehy, Apr. 8, 1877. 

9213 Hattie Angeline* Wise, b. Aug. 2, 1857, Venice, Seneca 
co., O., rh. Richmond, O., Jan. 25, 1876, William Franklin Keefe, 
b. London tp., Seneca tp., O., Oct. 13, 1846, s. James and Johan- 
nah (Raraden). Ch. b. Fostoria, Seneca co., O.: Flossie Angeline* 
Keefe, Nov. 3, 1879 ; Elma La Wakefield* Keefe, May 8, 1882. 

William Wakefield* Wise, b. July 5, 1859, V.; Elmer 
Elsworth* Wise, b. Aug. 8, i86t, V.; La Fayette* Wise, Sept. 4, 1863. 

3495. 

MINERVA URSULA 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin Bonney«), m. 

Montgomery, O., Oct. 27, 185 1, James Ackley Mouser, b. Jeffer- 
son co., Va., Oct. 15, 1827, s. Samuel and Elizabeth (Haines), 
res. Woodland Centre, Minn., farmer. Ch.: 

9214 Amelia Jane* Mouser, b. July 4, 1855, Bloom, Wood 
co., O., ra. Mar. 20, 1875, Leslie Maccage Wood. 

3497. 

BURDETTE NEWELL 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin Bonney«), 

m. Bloomville, Seneca co., O., Feb. 21, 1858, Elizabeth Waltz, b. 
Richville, Crawford co., O., Aug. 31, 1839, da. John and Eliza- 
beth (Solar). Ch.: Lucy Ellen 8 , b. May 13, 1859, Venice, O., 
d. Seneca co., Sept. 12, 1859; John Phillip 8 , born Jan. 6, 1861, 
North West, Williams co. or Putnam co., O., d. P. co., Jan. 16, 
1863. 

9215-17 MarY Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 6, 1863, 
Blanchard, Putnam co., O.; Emma Jane 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 18, 
1866, North West, O.; Eugene 8 Cleveland, b. May 10, 1868, 
Summerfield co., O., or Eaton co., Mich.; Hattie May 8 , b. June 
15, 1870, Summerfield co., O., or Eaton co., Mich.; Minnie 
Irene 8 or Orena 8 , b. Apr. 9, 1878-9, Town 15, Range 4, West, 
Merrick co., Neb.; Frank^ b. Jan. 1, 1881, Town 15. 



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1 165 



Burdette Newell 7 Cleveland lived in Clarksville, Merrick 
co., Neb., res. 1883, Ft. Collins, Boulder, Boulder co., Neb. 

3498. 

ALBERTUS BONNEY 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin Bonney'), 

m. Reed, O., Mar. 1, 1867, Rebecca Jane George, b. Cranberry, 
Crawford co., O., Apr. 24, 1852, da. Robert and Jane (Dana), res. 
Burr Oak, St. Joseph co., Mich., farmer. Ch.: 

9218 Laura Angeline 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 22, 1868, Ven- 
ice, O.; Eva Jane 8 , b. May 27, 1871, Noble, Branch co., Mich.; 
Florence Bell 8 , b. Jan. 9, 1881, Bronson, Branch co., Mich. 

3500. 

FITCH WASHINGTON 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin Bonney), 

m. Portage tp., O., Nov. 4, 1866, Ellen Louisa Bisbee, b. Grafton 
tp., O., July 3, 1846, da. Joseph Perkins and Susan Abigail (Cor- 
liew), res. 1883, Mt. Pleasant, Isabella co., Mich., farmer. Ch.: 

9219 May Marilda 8 Cleveland, b. May 25, 1878, Chip^ 
pewa tp., Isabella co., Mich. 

3502. 

HELEN LUCRETIA 7 CLEVELAND (George Morris', Benja- 
min 8 , Aaron*, Benj. 8 , Aaron*), m. Norwalk, O., May 19, 1869, George 
William Knapp, b. Bronson, O., 0.ct. 5, 1836, s. James Duncan 
and Diana (Rundel). Ch. b. Norwalk, O.: 

9220-2 Sarah Diana 6 Knapp, b. Mar. 28, 1872 ; Anna Celia* 
Knapp, b. Nov. 1, 1873; Da.*, d. young; Helen Cleveland* Knapp, 
b. July 25, 1877. 

3503. 

DAVID PITT 7 CLEVELAND (George Morris*), d. Atlantic 
City, Atlantic co,, N. J., Jan. 13, 1887, a. 42, m. Des Moines, la., 
May 26, 1874, Celia Wright, b. Honey Grove, Cedar co., la., Apr. 
16, 1855, da. Gen. Edgar and Martha (Thompson), dwelt Nor- 
walk, O., 1881, of G. M. Cleveland & Co., millers. Ch. b. Nor- 
walk : 9223-4 Edna 8 , b. Feb. 20, 1875; George Wright 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Sept. 6, 1880. 

3507. 

Hugh Seth 7 Pudsey {Hugh* Pudsey, Roulenia*, Benjamin*, Benja- 
mins, Aaron*, Moses*), d. at his res. Wolfville Ridge, N. S., Apr. 21, 
1883, a. 48, m. Greenwich, N. S., Dec. 9, 1875, Annie E? Cahill + 

9262 I John 1 Cahill, Mary Servan 6 , Martin Luther 6 , Benjamin*, Benjamin 3 , Aaron 2 ). 

3518. 

MARTIN LUTHER 7 CLEVELAND (William', Martin Luther*, 
Benjamin*, Benjamins, Aaron", Moses*), d. 1887-9, m. Wolfville, N. S., Nov. 

7, 1833, Eunice Ann Read or Reid, b. W., d. W. Apr. 21, 1883, 
da. Dea. Samuel, res. Wolfville, carpenter. Ch.: 

+9225 William Alexander 8 Cleveland, b. May 22, 1835, 
1846-8. 



H66 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3519. 

ELISHA DANIEL 7 CLEVELAND (wniiam«), m. Albert, N. 
B., June 27, 1839, Rebecca Stevens, b. May 12, 1814, da. Nehe- 

miah and (Forsith). Dwelt at Shepody, now Alma, N. 

B., res. 1886 Harvey, Albert co., N. B. Ch.: 9226-33 Rachel 8 , 
b. June 16, 1840 ; Nehemiah Stevens 8 , b. June 25, 1842 ; Jacob 
Miner 8 , b. Oct. 21, 1844; Abigail 8 , b. June 2, 1847 ; Prudence 8 , 
b. Dec. 2, 1849 ! Emma Louise 8 , b. Feb. 2, 1852 ; William Ed- 
ward 8 , b. Aug-. 5, 1855; Henry Daniel 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 

7, 1857, m. Hillsboro, N. B. 25, 1889, Sarah L. Stewart, only 

da. Dea. James of Hil. Of Harvey, 1889. 

3520. 

JACOB MINER 7 CLEVELAND (wrniam*), m . Caroline L. 
Shattuck, b. Pepperell, Mass., Sept. 27, 1826, a da. Jeptha and 
Polly (Woods). Went to U. S. ab. 1842. 

Shattuck ancestry : — William 1 Shathock, Watertown, 1642.— See Lemuel Shattuck' s 
Shattuck gen., 218. 

3521. 

WILLIAM ARMSTEAD 7 CLEVELAND (wmiam«), d. in N. 
H. Sept. 4, 1887, a. 71, m. Alma, N. B., Aug. n, 1842, Deidamia 7 

CLEVELAND -+- 3688 (John*, Nathan*, Benjamin*, Benjamin*", Aaron*), res. 

Alma to spring of 1887, N. H. afterward ; farmer. Ch. b. Alma: 
+9 2 34 James Patterson 8 Cleveland, b. July 24, 1843. 

9235 Rebecca Louisa 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 7, 1845, m. 
Hillsborough, Albert co., N. B., May 25, 1872, George Henry 
Bazley, b. Hillsb. June 20, 1845, s - William D. and Elizabeth 
(Steves), 1. Surry, Hillsboro, N. B., 1889, blacksmith. Ch. b. 
Hillsb.: Ella Eliza 9 Bazley, b. Aug. 21, 1873 ; Maud Louisa* Baz- 
ley, Sept. 22, 1875 ; Charles William* Bazley, Sept. 14, 1877 ; Ern- 
est Cleveland 9 Bazley, July 3, 1881 ; Minor George* Bazley, May 9, 
1883. 

9236 Daniel Minor 8 Cleveland (Rev.), b. July 18, 1852, 
Baptist evangelist, preached in N. H. 1886, studying in Onta- 
rio, 1889. 

+9237 Mayhugh Beckwith 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 26, 1854. 

9238 Caroline Amelia 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 26, 1857, m. 
Hopewell, N. B., Feb. 20, 1878, Joseph H. Irving, b. Hillsb. June 
14, 1853, s. George N. and Jane (Milton), farmer. Ch.: Wilferd 
Reverdy* Irving, b. June 16, 1879 ; Everett Enos* Irving, Jan. 8, 
1881 ; Ford 9 Irving, Dec. 25, 1882 ; Clara Frances 9 Irving, Aug. 
16, 1884. 

9239-40 Orinda Jane 8 , b. Apr. 26, 1859 ; Susan Elmira 8 , 
b. Feb. 25, 1861, unm., of Salem, Mass., 1889, compositor Salem 
Observer, 

9241-2 Thomas Wilford 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 5, 1863, m. 
Aurora, 111., July 14, 1885, Cate Moran of Cape Breton, N. S. 
Of Salem, 1888-9, carpenter ; Clara Agnes 8 Cleveland, b. July 
11, 1865. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



3523. 



1 167 



HANNAH 7 CLEVELAND (wniw), m. Black River, Hor- 
ton, N. S., James Maxwell Davidson, b. H. Dec. 15, 1823, d. Fal- 
mouth, N. S., Feb. 22, 1885, s. James and Ruth (Maxwell), res. 
Falmouth, 1880-5, farmer and joiner. Ch.: 9243-4 Bertha Ma- 
ria 8 , b. Oct. 28, 1844, d. Nov. 1, 1869 ; Julia Annie*, b. Mar. 8, 
1849, d. May 22, 1871. 

9245 Lewis Hilmer* Davidson, b. May 27, 185 1, m. Charles- 
town, Mass., June 5, 1883, Emma Elizabeth Pineo Canning, da. 
John Henry Pineo Canning. Mate of ship sailing from Boston. 
Ch.: Ella May 9 Davidson, b. Mar. 16, 1884, Charlestown. 

9246 Mary Sophia* Davidson, b. Apr. 11, 1853, m - Wolf- 
ville, N. S., Mar. 20, 1873, William Henry Eldridge, b. Falmouth, 
res. Falmouth, farmer. Ch. b. F.: Jna Maria 9 Eldridge, b. Dec. 
4, 1874; Bertha Viola 9 Eldridge, b. Dec. 24, 1877; Frank 9 Eld- 
ridge, Jan. 10, 1880 ; Sarah Grace 9 Eldridge, Apr. 30, 1882. 

9247 Samuel Steadman 8 Davidson, b. Nov. 21, 1855, m. Rox- 
bury, Mass., Oct. 16, 1878, Elsie Whitney Weatherby of Lincoln, 
farmer. Ch. : Delia Maria* Davidson. 

9248 Eunice Alvaretta 8 Davidson, b. Jan. 9, 1858, m. Au- 
burn, Me., Sept. s, 1883, Warren Small, of Bethel, Oxford co., 
Me. 9249 Sarah Grace 8 Davidson, b. Jan. 8, i860, d. Falmouth 
Village, N. S., June 1, 1893, m. Windsor, N. S., Oct. 9, 1884, Fred- 
erick Smith, a s. James and Elizabeth (Lyon), 1. Falmouth, far- 
mer. 9250 Frederick Owen 8 Davidson, b. May 9, 1862, seaman. 
9251 Carrie Kelden 8 Davidson,h. Feb. 17, 1865, m. Windsor, Feb. 
14, 1885, Edward Smith, b. Falmouth, a s. James and Elizabeth 
(Lyon), farmer. 9252 Elsie Ruth 8 Davidson, b. May 1, 1868, d. F. 
Apr. 6, 1893, m. F. Apr. 7, 1885, Isaac Woodman, b. F. s. Isaac 
and Olivia (Stoddard), farmer. 

3524. 

NELSON 7 CLEAVELAND (wmiam-), d. Brazil, South Amer- 
ica, Feb. 1, 1866, a. 37, m. Charlotte Johnson of Horton, N. S. 
Capt. Nelson 7 Cleaveland dwelt at Gaspereaux, Horton, N. S., 
sea capt. Ch.: 9253-5 Cyrus William 8 Cleaveland ; Alvin 8 
Cleaveland ; Bennett Smith 8 Cleaveland. 

3526. 

ISAAC MARRINER 7 CLEVELAND (wmiam«), m. Wolf- 
ville, N. S., Lydia Orinda Jordan, b. Horton Mountain, N. S., 
da. Jedediah and Lydia (Benjamin), 1. Gaspereaux, N. S., sea- 
man. Ch. b. Gaspereaux : 

9256 Alwilda 9 Cleveland, b. Sept. 27, 1858, m. John 
Joseph 7 «Cleveland -f 3533- 

9257 Ada B. 8 , b. May 5, i860, m. Gaspereaux, Dec. 28, 
1887, George M. Baines of Canning, Cornwallis, N. S. 

3527. 

JOHN JOSEPH' CLEAVELAND (wiiiiam«), m. Newport, 
Hants co., N. S., 1870, Margaret Marsters, da. Wellington and 



H68 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Jane, res. Portland, Me., blacksmith. Ch.: 9258-61 James 8 , b. 
1871; Berton Redfield 8 , b. 1873; Emma May 8 , b. 1875, drowned 
Portland Aug. 4, 1886 ; Harry 8 Cleaveland, b. 1881, drowned 
at P. Aug. 4, 1 886, by capsizing of a yacht, drowning also Well- 
ington and Jane Marsters. 

3529. 

John 7 Cahlll (Mary Servan", Martin Luther"), m. Rachel Griffin. 

Ch. : 

9262 Annie E. 8 Cahill m. Hugh Seth 7 Pudsey +3507. 

9263 Nancy* Cahill m. James Patriquin. 

3533. 

JOHN JOSEPH' CLEVELAND (John Joseph', Martin Luther", 
Benjamin*, Benjamin", Aaron"), m. GaSpereaUX, N. S., July 1 6, 1883, 
ALWILDA 8 CLEAVELAND +9256 (Isaac Marriner?, William", Martin Luther 6 ) 

of Gaspereaux, N. S., 1883. 

3535. 

William, Henry 1 Young {Sarah Waiigate*), m. Port Hood, 
Cape Breton, N. S., Sept. 1, 1841, Anna Susannah Dunsier 
Breadalbane Tremain, b. Port Hood, June 21, 1823, d. Fal- 
mouth, N. S., May 30, 1844, da. John Lewis and Anna (Dodd), 
and sister of Hon. Barclay E. Tremain, Judge of Sydney, 
Baddeck, and Arichat, N. S. Ch. : 9264 Alice Maud 8 Young, b. 
May 29, 1844, Falmouth, N. S., d. Port Hood, Aug., 1844. 

William Henry 1 Young studied languages at Wolfville Acad- 
emy to 1832 ; merchant at Falmouth, 1835-7, resided 1838 to 
1 84 1 at Mabon, Cape Breton, where he kept a grammar school. 
In 1 841 purchased a farm at Falmouth, farmed to 1849. Was 
9^ months on a voyage around Cape Horn ; from 1849 to 1853 
was a gold miner in Coloma, El Dorado co., Cal. ; afterward a 
quartz miner with a partner. Resided, 1884, Bednigo, Victoria, 
Australia, merchant and private tutor at times. 

3536. 

George Johnson 7 Young (Sarah waiigate* Johnson), unm., 
still res.,' 1896, Falmouth, N. S., on the old homestead. Was 
owner of the schooner " Bliss," 1838 to 1849, and of the brigan- 
tine " Wilberforce," which was lost off the West Indies, 1854. 

3537. 

Edward 1 Young {Sarah waiigate* Johnson), m. Greenwich, 
Horton, N. S., Dec. 9, 1840, Augusta Maria Bishop, b.*Horton, 
Oct. 28, 18 1 5, eldest da. Ebenezer and Anna (Lewis). Ch. : 
9265 Anna Maria 8 Young, b. May 1, 1842, Halifax, N. S., unm. 

+9266 Charles Edward 8 Young, b. Mar. 23, 1844, Halifax. 
9267 Clarence Bishop 8 Young, b. Feb. 3, 1846, H., d. Wash-, 
ington, D. C, Apr. 17, 1884, unm. Grad. Columbia College, 
B. S., Washington, 1864, and at Harvard as Mechl. Engineer, 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 1169 

B.A., 1868. Completed the scientific course in Lawrence 
Scientific School. Connected from 1869 with the Smithsonian 
Institution, Washington, as accountant, &c. Represented the 
Institution at Vienna Exposition, 1873, and visited the Agencies 
in other countries, 1873. -A- compiler of Smithsonian Reports 
and an editor. See Bibliography, Chap. IV. Report of the 
Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, 1884, p. 46. — 
Necrology; Clarence Bishop Young. George Leander 8 , b. Feb. 
2, Charlestown, Mass., d. C, Sept. 15, 1851. 

+9268 William Henry 8 Young, b. Mar., 1853, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Edward 1 Young, Ph.D., in 1830, attended Horton Academy, 
now Acadia College ; res., Washington, D. C, to 1886. For 
many years chief of the Bureau of Statistics, Washington. 
Author and publisher. See Bibliography, Chap. IV. He was 
head of the delegation sent in 1872 by President Grant to the 
International Statistical Congress at St. Petersburg, Russia. 
Through his cordial relations with the Imperial Government 
was able to have a new trial granted to prisoners charged with 
inducing members of the State Church — Russo-Greek — to 
unite with the Baptists, &c, when 12 were liberated. Was aided 
greatly by Baron de Rosa, Grand Master of the Court of the 
Emperor, and the Prince Dondoroff Korsakoff, Gov. Gen. of 
Kieff. As a souvenir of Statistical Congress at St. Petersburg 
the Emperor sent him a diamond ring from his own cabinet, 
which, by joint resolution of U. S. Congress, 1873-4, he was per- 
mitted to accept. While in Europe he visited many manufact- 
uring towns, from the Clyde to the Volga, gathering data. He 
is a Statistical and Tariff Expert ; makes investigations and 
prepares statements relative to Productions, Industry, Com- 
merce, Finance, &c, of the U. S. and other countries. He is a 
member of the Geographical Society of France ; an honorary 
member of the Statistical Society of London. He was an 
organizer, Dec. 21, 1882, of the Association of American 
Economists, its first session, Feb. 15, 1883. The membership 
includes Cabinet Officers, Congressmen, and Governors. Exec- 
utive Committee : President, Hon. William Lawrence ; Re- 
cording Secretary, Edward Young, Ph.D. Protective Tariff 
Clubs have organized under its auspices throughout the coun- 
try. U. S. Consul, Windsor, N. S., Sept. 11/1886 — June, 1892. 



3538. 

Jifary 7 Young (Sarah waiigate* Johnson), m. Falmouth, N. S., 
Sept. 16, 1840, Charles William Church, b. F., Dec. 5, 1814, s. 
Edward and Elizabeth (Calkin) of Grand Pre, N. S. Res., Fal- 
mouth, farmer. He is well known and much esteemed. Ch. b. 
Falmouth : Elvira 8 Church, b. Sept. 28, 1841, d. F., Feb. 1, 
1844; Eustace 8 Church, b. Aug. 8, 1843, d. F., June 29, 1861. 

9269 Elisha Calkin 8 Churcfy, b. Sept. 12, 1845, m. F., Oct. 
20, 1 88 1, Emily Frances Fitsh of New Minas, Horton, N. S., b. 
Cannan, Horton, Nov. 16, 1854, da. James Elisha and Rebecca 
(Porter), res., Falmouth, farmer. Ch. : Frances Aleda? Church, 

74 



1 170 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



b. Oct. 23, 1882, N. Minas ; William* Church, b. Sept. 11, 1885, 
Faltn. 

9270 Olivia PettingeW Church, b. May 3, 1847, m. Andrew 
Hay 1 Johnson +3564. 

9271 Sarah Louisa? Church, b. Dec. 24, 1849, m - F., June 
12, 1874, Shannon Morse, b. Nicteaux, N. S., May 15, 1843, s. of 
Daniel and Susan (Parker of Aylesford, N. S., da. of William), 
res. Nicteaux, farmer. Ch. b. Nict. : Ethel Olivia? Morse, June 
7, 1876 ; Ralph Prescotf Morse, Dec. 18, 1879. 

9272 Clara Eliza? Church, b. Nov. 30, i860, Falm., m. 
Wolfville, N. S., May 13, 1889, Arthur Johnson Elderkin, b. 
Falm., s. of Capt. Johnson and Christiana (Beckwith, da. of 
Asa, b. Berwick, N. S.) Of Falmouth". Ch. : Eustace Tillotson 9 
Elderkin, b. July 29, 1892, F. 

3539. 

Margaret AlHSOn 1 Yoitrig (Sarah Wallgate* Johnson, Mary*, 

Benjamin*, Benjamin', Aaron"), unm., residence always at Falmouth, 
N. S. (1896). Miss Young has given her home, on the banks of 
the beautiful Avon, the name Woodbine Bower ; is a devoted 
and useful member (like her progenitors) of the Baptist com- 
munion, for years a teacher in the Sunday-school, is affection- 
ately called Mamie. A contributor to the press. See Bibliog- 
raphy, Chap. IV. 

3541. 

Mary HMzabetN Harding (Mary Johnson), m. St. John, 
N. B., Robert Taylor, b. Northumberland, Ehg., d. Bear River, 
N. S.., a. 50. Came fr. Eng. with his bro., merchant. She res. 
130 miles above St. John 1892. Their only living ch. : 

+9273 Isabella Elliott* Taylor, b. Aug. 12, 1827, St. John, N. B. 

3542. 

Thomas' Harding {Mary" Johnson), d. Feb. 17, 1855, a. 43, 
m. Oct. 4, 1836, Maria Al'ice Young, b. 181 1, d. Falmouth, N. S., 
May 22, 1887, a da. Capt. William Mayhew and Elizabeth 
(Wilson). Ch. b. St. John, N. B. : 

9274 Susan Maria Wilson* Harding, b. Nov. 27, 1837, m. 
Sept. 30, 1875, Stephen Milledge Chandler, b. Dorchester, N. B., 
Feb. 22, 1825, d. Oct. 10, 1878, a s. Hon. Edward Barron (late 
Lt.-Gov. of N. Brunswick) and Phebe (Milledge). She res. Fal- 
mouth 1884, Dorchester 1888. Mr. Chandler was secretary in 
his father's office, was delegate to London on revenue ; to 
Toronto with Hon. Joseph Snowden 1850, on Intercol. R. R.; 
to Washington, D. C, on treaty ; to London 1866, member 
B. N. A. col. conference to complete terms of confederation, etc. 

9275 Elizabeth Young* Harding, b. Mar. 29, 1842, m. Mar. 
21, 1871, Charles Edward Young, b. Falm. June 28, 1841, s. Hon. 
Elkanah and Charlotte (Spurr). Ch. : John Wilson* Young, b. 
May 10, 1872, d. May 11, 1881 - % Edward William? Young, b. Jan. 
20, 1874; Albert James* Young, b. Dec. 18, 1876. 

9276 Thomas Edward* Harding, b. Mar. 23, 1844, m. May 1, 
1873, Juna Morrell, b. California, Oct., 1854, da. William, res. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



II7I 



Bakersfield, Kern co., Cal., 1885, Gov't official. Ch. : Charles 
Edward 9 Harding, b. Jan. 26, 1874 ; Clara 9 Harding, Jan. 21, 1877. 
9277 Edmund Walker* Harding, b. June 11, 1852, unm., of 
Satartia, Yazoo co., Miss., cotton planter. 
Thomas' Harding resided at St. John. 

Young ancestry ■' — [See -f 1213]. Capt. William Mayhew 4 , b. 1777, M. P., m. Elizabeth 

Wilson, da. Jonathan and (Dewolf). Ch. : Mary Alice* m. Thomas Harding' 1 ; 

Susan 6 , b. 1819, m. John Fullerton, b. 1814. Ch. : John Wilson* Fullerton, b. June 2, 1842, 
m. Almira Smith, da. John William and Rosamond (Fullerton) ; John Wilson 5 , esq., of 
Halifax, N. S. Ch. : Sarah Maria* Young, m. June, 1868, Sir Albert James Smith b. She- 
diac, Westmoreland co., N. B., Mar. 12, 1822, s. Thomas E. and Rebecca (Beckwith), (both 
of loyalist descent). Minister of Fisheries, created, May 25, 1875, Knight Commander, 
order of St. Michael, for services as Dominion Rep. before Fisheries Commission. 

3543. 

William Stenning 1 Harding (Mary* Johnson), m. Miss 
Amy Knight. Dr. William Stenning'' Harding res. St. George, 
N. B., 1883-92, surgeon, health officer. Ch. : 9278 Rev. George* 
Harding, Episcopal minister ; William' Harding, farmer ; Phebe* 
Harding. 

3544. 

Valentine John Harding (Sarah* Johnson), m. 1st, Eliza 
Golding, 2d, Hannah. Of Hardingville, near St. John, N. B., 
farmer. Ch. : 4 daughters, all m. from home : 

9279 Amy PettingelF Harding, b. 1856, d. Helena, Mont., 
Dec. 25, 1877, m. Wm. Fowler, formerly of Upham, N. B. Ch.: 3. 

3545. 

John Henry 1 Harding (Mary* Johnson), m. 1st Miss De- 
mitt, 2d, Bridgetown, N. B., Sept. 14, 1846, Mary Spurr of B., 
da. William and Amelia (Dewolf); res. St. John, N. B., surveyor 
of lumber 1882-5, Marine and Fishery Dept., 1891-2. Ch.: 3 s., ida. 

9280 Frederick* Harding, m. Portland, St. John, N. B., Jan. 
4, 1888, Adah Knight McLellan, da. Hon. D. McLellan, Provin- 
cial Sec. of N. B. 

9281 ' William H* Harding, m. Portland, Feb. 22, 1888, 
Louisa A. White of P. Son* with father in Marine and F. Dep.; 
Emma* Harding m., lives Montreal, Can., 1892 ; Charles*, merch.; 
James* Harding, merch. 

3550. 

Mary Ann 1 JohnSOn (/oA«V^»*'«.Mary6 1 Benj.'«,Benj.s, Aaron"), 

d. Bridgetown, N. S., Feb. 11, 1866, m. St. John, N. B., Sept. 17, 
1844, as 1st w., Rev. George Armstrong, D.D., b. Tipperary, 
Ireland, Dec. 5, 1814, d. Port Hawksberry, N. S., June 8, 1886, 
Baptist clergyman, Kentville. He.grad. Acadia Coll. ordained 
at Port Medway Dec. 31, 1843 ; his obituary by Rev. W. H. 
Warren was published June 17, 1886. He m. 2d. Obituary of 
Mrs. Mary A. 1 (Johnson) Armstrong, by Rev. George Armstrong, 
in Christian Messenger 1866. Ch. : 9282 John Johnson* Armstrong 
(Rev.), pastor in Colchester co. several years. Maria* Armstrong^ 
d. Bridget. Feb. ? 4, 1864. Anne Shannon* Armstrong, b. Jan., 1861, 
d. B. Aug. 2, 1863. 



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3554. 



Gaius Edwin" Johnson (/onn« joknson), d. Greenwich, N. 
S., Jan. 8, 1882, a. 52, m. at the Royal Oak Jan. 18, 1880, Clara 
H. Moore, da. Richard M. A. Moore. His obituary was 
published. 

3556. 

Frederick Omen' Johnson {John* Johnson), m. Mrs. Mar- 
garet (Fitch) Johnson, wid. of James PettingelP Johnson +3561 ; 
res. Greenwich, N. S., 1883. 

3557. 

-EM%(1 Ann 1 JohnSOn {William* Johnson, Mary", Benjamin*, Benja- 
min*, Aaron', Mosesi), d. Canaan, Kings co., N. S., June 10, 1884, a. 
71, m. Wolfville, N. S., Jan. 3, 1837, Jesse Lewis Bishop, b. 
Greenwich, N. S., Jan. 30, 181 2, s. Ebenezer and Anna (Lewis). 
Ch. b. Greenwich : 

9283 William Johnson Harding Bishop, b. Oct. 7, 1837, m., 
Cornwallis, N. S., Jan. 29, 1868, Freedom Melinda Borden, b. 
Cornwallis June 3, 1838, da. Henry and Sarah (Sandford). Of 
Wolfville (1895). Ch. : Harding Young Bishop, b. Feb. 9, 1869, 
Hortdn, N. S. ; Lewis Leander* Bishop, Feb. 28, 1872, Falmouth, 
N. S. ; Martin Grant" Bishop, Dec. 20, 1874 ; Lola May 9 Bishop, 
May 17, 1876, Horton. Mary Louisa Olevia* Bishop, b. Feb., 1838, 
unm., of Wolfville. 

9284 Jessie Leanna 8 Bishop, b. 1840, m. Horton, N. S., Sept. 

17, 1864, James Nelson Borden, s. Thomas Cox and 

(North). Of Cornwallis, farmer, s. p. 

+9285 Gustavus Edwin 9 Bishop, b. June 1, 1841. 

9286 Richard Esty Burpee* Bishop, b. Mar. 4, 1843, m - Alice 
Davison, a da. Lewis and Lydia Ann (Bishop). Of Greenwich. 

9287 Charles Wallgate Wilberforci Bishop (Rev.), b. May 10, 
1846, m. Trainer, Delaware co., Pa., July 20, 1881, Mary Gamble, 
b. Trainer, da. Peter N. and Margery (Walker). Studied at 
Acadia College, Wolfville, grad. Crozier Theological Seminary, 
Chester, N. S. ; taught school at Falmouth to 1872, was ordained 
Baptist minister at Marcus Hook, Delaware co., Pa., 1872, pastor 
of Linwood, Delaware co., Pa., 1882, pastor at Trainer, 1895. s. p. 

9288 Raleigh HaW Bishop (Rev.), b. June 17, 1848, m. 

Brookfield, Colchester co., N. S. , 13, 1880, Mrs. Mary H. 

Davis. Grad. Acadia Coll. Baptist clergyman, preached in 
Falmouth Village church; rem.,. 1873, to Colchester co., of Free- 
port, N. S., 1883-4; res. Wolfville. Lalia Sophia 9 Bishop, b. Jan., 
185 1, unm., of Berwick, Aylesford, N. .S. Annie Pearson* Bishop, 
b. Apr. 9, 1854, m. Wolfville, Oct. 9, 1892, Rev. James Reid, 
Baptist min. of Berwick (1882-95). 9289 George Leander 9 Bishop, 
b. June 16, 1858, m., after 1885, Miss Grace Arnold. Of Litch- 
field, Annapolis, N. S. (1895). 

Jesse Lewis Bishop, residence Cumberland 21 years, Horton 
9 years, Halifax 5 years, merchant; Canaan 20 years (1882-4, 
etc.), Nupis, N. B., 5 years, Wolfville 10 years (1895), farmer. 

Bishop ancestry ,• — John*, t>. in Connecticut ; Timothy 3 , b. Conn., m. Mercy Gore; 
Ebenezer' Bishop, b. Greenwich, N. S., Sept. 13, 1784, m. Anna Lewis, da. Jesse. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



3558. 



ii73 



Sarah Louisa 1 Johnson (wuuani* Johnson), m. Wolfville, 
N. S., May 24, 1843, Rev. James Newcomb, b. Stewiacke, Col- 
chester co., N. S., Oct. 3, 1815, d. Wolfv. Jan. 2, 1874, s. Abra- 
ham and Ann (Dickey). Grad. Acadia coll., 1844, ord. Hills- 
boro, N. B., May 1, 1849, Baptist min., was of Stewiacke, pastor 
at Moncton, N. B., 15 years. His Obituary was published. Ch.: 

9290 William Abram* Newcomb (Rev.), b. Oct. 12, 1848, 
St. Martin's, N. B., m. Hallowell, Me., May 2, 1876, Ellen Fran- 
ces Rowell, b. H. Aug. 30, 1858, d. H. Mar. 25, 1886, only daugh- 
ter Maj. Eliphalet and Ellen Frances (Smith). Grad. Acadia 
coll. 1870, Newton Theol. Institute 1875, ord. at Hallowell 1875, 
Baptist min., pastor to 1878, at South Berwick, Me., 1878-84, 
from 1884 at Thomaston, Me., 1886, pastor of a large church. 
Ch.: Arthur Row ell* Newcomb,b. Mar. 29, 1 87 7,. Hallowell ; Fred- 
erick Williams* Newcomb, Jan. 17, 1879, KL; George Smith 9 New- 
comb, Aug. 3, 1880, S. Berwick. 

3561. 

James PettingelV Johnson (wuuam* /ohnson), d. Wolf- 
ville, N. S., Aug. 31, 1868, a. 40, m. Cornwallis, N. S., June n, 
1853, Margaret Fitch of C, da. William and Anne (Foster). (She 
m. 2d, Frederick Omen 1 Johnson +3556.) Ch.: Cassie Maria* John- 
son, b. Nov. 30, 1858, d. Wolfv. Sept. 16, 1859. 

3564. 

Andrew Say 7 Johnson (wnuamfi Johnson), m. Falmouth, 
N. S., Oct. 9, 1876, Olivia Pettingell* Church +9270 {Mary-' Young, 
Sarah Waiigate* Johnson), 1. Wolfville, N. S., 1 883, farmer. Ch.: Edith 
Sutherland*'* Johnson, b. Nov. 16, 1877, W. 

3567. 

John Christopher" Prince (Ann A* Johnson, Mary», Ben.*, 

Ben.s, Aaron«), m. Dec. 15, 1 842, Henrietta Fairn, b. Lawrencetown, 
N. S., Feb. 19, 1823, farmer. Ch.: 

9291 Charlotte 6 Prince, b. July 25, 1843, m. Oct. 3, 1866, 
Rev. John Johnson, b. Tatamagouche, N. S.,'Sept. 28, 1837, a s. 
George and Mary (Stephens). Wesleyan minister. Ch.: George 
Arthur* and John Albert* Johnson (twins), b. Oct. 8, 1867 ; Mary 
Henrietta* Johnson, b. Nov. 6, 1869, d. Chiveric, N. S., May 8, 
1873 >' Carrie Alberta* Johnson, b. May 1, 187 1, d. C. May 8, 1873 ; 
Annie May* Johnson, b. Feb. 2, 1875 ; Sadie Alberta* Johnson, b. 
Jan. 28, 1879. 

George Benjamin* Prince, b. Aug. 15, 1845, farmer; 
Annie Eliza* Prince, b. Sept. 21, 1847, d. Springfield, Annapolis 
co., N. S., Mar. 15, 1865. 

9292 Seth Bent* Prince, b. Dec. 7, 1849, m. Dec. 1, 1882, 
Elida Kannon Petite Kwiere, carpenter. Ch.: Ina* Prince, b. 
Aug. 10, 1883. Mary Olivia* Prince, b. Apr. 24, d. May 15, 1852 ; 
Henrietta* Prince, b. Dec. 5, d. 28, 1853. 9293 Sarah Olivia* Prince, 
b. Oct. 20, 1861, m. 1889-90, Davies ; poetess. See Bibli- 
ography, Chap. IV. 



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3569. 



Benjamin" Prince (Ann a.* Johnson), m. Oct. 4, 1849, Har- 
riet Bishop, b. Aug. 5, 1832, da. George. Ch. b. Lawrencetown, 
N. S.: 

9294 Mary Eliza* Prince, b. June 29, 1850, m. Marlbor- 
ough, Mass., Nov. 25, 1874, Samuel M. Wheelock, b. 1850, died 
Sept. 15, 1880, s. William and Love, res. Tarbrook, Annapolis 
co., N. S. Ch. b. Brooklyn, Annapolis co., N. S.: Henry Lester* 
Wheelock, b. Oct. 21, 1875 ; Frank Elbert* Wheelock, June 7, 1877 ; 
Etta Mildred" Wheelock, Feb. 20, 1880. William Richmond* Prince, 
b. Oct. 20, 1852, 1. 1884 San Antonio, Tex., stock dealer. 

9295 Julia Etta* Prince, b. May 6, 1854, m. West Newton, 
Mass., Oct. 4, 1 88 1, Irving Isaac Doane, s. Isaac and Mary P. 

9296 Jessie Bishop* Prince, b. Dec. 2, 1858, m. June 9, 1888, 
Stanley B. Hall of Lawrencetown. 

9297 Aggie S. e Prince, b. Nov. 8, i860, m. Paradise, N. S., 
Dec. 16, 1880, J. Osberts Marshall, b. Arlington, Annapolis co., 
N. S., Oct. 20, 1852, s. Calvin and Lucy. Ch.: Herman Prince* 
Marshall, b. Feb. 24, 1882 ; Winnie Appleton* Marshall, Aug. 27, 
1883. Charles A* Prince, b. May 27, 1869. 

3570. 

Cornelius John Thomas' Fox (james charies* fox, ouve», . 
Ben.*, Ben.», Aaron»), d. Nov. 30,1891,3. 75, m. July 9, 1840, Sarah. 
Patch. Succeeded his father as Yarmouth, N. S., lighthouse 
keeper ; after serving 34 years, was superannuated by request 
of Dominion Gov't. Of Yarmouth 1884. Keeper of Cape Four- 
chu lighthouse, at decease. Ch. : 

9298 James* Fox, b. July 18, 1842, m. Y., Mary Ring, 1. Y. 
Thomas Edward* Fox, b. Dec. 18, 1844 ; Robert Butler* Fox, Apr. 
26, 1846 ; Helen Maria* Fox, Aug. 31, 1852. 

3576. 

George William Henry 1 Fox {james charies* fox), mar- 
ried Helen Davidson, 1. Boston, Mass., 1886. Ch.: 

9299 Ida* Fox, to.. July, 1885, Rogers. 

3578. 

Olivia Anne Matilda 1 FOX (John* Fox, Olive*, Benjamin*, 

Benjamin', Aaron*), m. Shelburne, N. S., Oct. 3 1, 1 875, Prof. Henry 
Von Metzke, b. Posen, Germany, Dec. 26, 1836, d. Halifax, N. S., 
Sept. 3, 1 881, a s. of Lt.-Gov. Frederick Julius Leopold Metzke 
(of Germany) and Marie Louise (Bassenge). She res. Yarmouth, 
N. S., 1885. Ch.: 9300 Herman Leopold* , b. Sept. 28, 1876 ; Al- 
bert Max*, Mar. 15, 1878 ; Henry Malcolm* Von Metzke, Feb. 16,1881. 

3581. 

Charles James 1 Fox (charies james* fox, oiive e , etc.), m. 1st, 
Barrington, N. S., Dec. 31, 1877, Maria W. Homer, b. B. May 24, 
1848, .d. Pubnico, N. S., Apr. 7, 1879, a da. Obed W. and Agnes 
(Cox). He m. 2d, Argyle, N. S., Sept. 10, 1884, Annie Gayton, 



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1175 



b. A. Sept. 27, 1867, da. James and Miriam (Hamilton). Dr. 
Charles JJ Fox res. Pubnico, 1885. Ch. by 1st m.: 
9301 Mary 9 Fox, b. Oct. 9, 1878. 2d m.: s. p. 

3587. 

ANNIE M. J. 7 CLEAVELAND (Elijah", Enoch", Benjamin*, Ben- 
jamin 8 , Aaron 2 , Mosesi), m. Feb. 6, 1876, Samuel Beckwith Cogswell, 
b. Clementsport, N. S., Dec. 4, 1854, a s. Rev. Aaron and Lydia 
Ann (Beckwith). Ch.: 9302 Ray Beckwith*, b. June 8, 1879; 
Egbert Cleveland* Cogswell, Mar. 31, 1881. 

Samuel Beckwith Cogswell, of Lynn, Mass., 1883, Arcadia, 
Yarmouth co., N. S., 1885. 

Cogswell ancestry .— Robert 1 ! Edward 2 , Johns. John*, Samuel', Samuel', Hezekiah 7 
[see + 1229]; Oliver 8 , b. 1740, of Cornwallis, N. S., in. Abigail Ells, da. Joshua; Samuel", 
b. C, Dec. o, 1774, m. Eunice Loveless, da. John and Hannah; Rev. Aaron" Cogswell m. 
1st, Lydia Ann Beckwith, da. Samuel and Jane (Lowry). 

3589. 

JOSEPH HENRY 7 CLEAVELAND (Enoch*, Enoch*, Benjamin*, 

Benjamins, Aaron«, Aaron»), d. 1895, a. 69, m. Margaret ville, N. S., Dec. 
7, 1846, Hepsabeth Harris, b. M., June 18, 1829, a da. Issacher 
and Elizabeth (Baker). Ch. b. .Margaretville : 

+9303 George Norman 8 Cleaveland, b. Dec. 27, 1848. 

9304 Mary Cecelia 8 Cleaveland, born Dec. 12, 1850, m. 
Londonderry, N. S., June 17, 1873, Robert Laffin, b. Noel Road, 
N. S., Apr. 12, 1848, a s. John and Mary (Greeno), res. Moose 
Brooke, N. S., 1885, farmer. Ch.: John' Laffin, b. Apr. 13, 1874; 
Hepsabeth* Laffin, Apr. 20, 1875 "> Sidney 9 Laffin, July 17, 1877 ; 
Clara 9 Laffin, June 8, 1879; Moreash 9 Laffin, May 2, 1881; Thos 9 
Laffin, Mar. 4, 1883. 

9305 Sarah Judson 8 Cleaveland, born Apr. 12, 1853, m. 
Margaretv., Jan. 1, 1870, James Hamilton Cook, b. Hartourville, 
Kings co., N. S., July 26, 1844, a s. Samuel and Rebecca Ann 
(Stephenson), res. Margaretv., ship carpenter. Ch. b. Margaret- 
ville: Ulysses 3 Cook, b. May 1, 1871, d. M., Apr. 20, 1872; George 9 
Copk, b. June 29, 1873, d. M., Mar. 13, 1880 ; Herman 9 Cook, born 
Sept. 1, 1874 ; Margaret 9 Cook, Aug. 19, 1876 ; William Hall 9 Cook, 
Apr. 1, 1879; Ada Elvira 9 Cook, born July 25, died M. ? 27, 1881; 
Sophronia 9 Cook, b. Aug. 18, 1883. 

9306 Sophronia Maria 8 Cleaveland; b. Jan. 18, 1855, m. 
M., Dec. 25, 1874, William Kossuth Smith, b. St. Johns, N. B., 
Nov. 8. 185 1, a son John and Derdamia (Savery), 1. Plympton, 
Digby co., N. S., spar maker. Ch. b. Plympton : William Have- 
lock 9 Smith, Nov. 2, 1875 ; Damia May 9 Smith, Jan. 27, 1877 ; Jen- 
nie Wood 9 Smith, Aug. 9, 1879; Bessie Hines 9 Smith, Oct. 27, 1882. 

9307 Malvina Flewellen 8 Cleaveland, b. May 23, 1856, 
m. Boston, Mass., Jan. 17, 1881, Clarence Leforrist Bigelow, b. 
Andover, Mass., Dec. 26, 1861, a son Lewis Allen and Emily 
(Hamlett), 1. Lynn, Mass., last maker. Ch.: Cecilia Maud 9 Bige- 
low, b. Oct. 16, 1 88 1, Andover. 

9308 William Havelock 8 Cleaveland, b. Aug. 3, 1858, 
drowned at Bass River, Colchester co., N. S., July 26, 1874. 
Joseph Harris 8 , b. Oct. 26, d. Margaretville, Dec. 8, i860. 

9309 Ada Baker 8 Cleaveland, b. Oct. 26, i860, m. M., 



liy(j CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Sept. 13, 1882, Isaac Morris Stronach, b. E. Margaretv., N. S. r 
Sept. 9, 1854, a son Asaph Bent and Lucinda (Milberry), 1. M., 
joiner. Ch. : Wylie ChurchaP Stronach, b. June 16, 1883, M. 

9310 Harriet Isabel 8 Cleaveland, b. Nov. 28, 1862, m. 
Boston, Aug - . 13, 1884, Andrew Harris Gibson, born Aylesford, 
Kings co., N. S., Apr. r, 1863, a s. Dr. George Hutchinson and 
Charlotte Mary (Harris), 1. Margaretv., master mariner. 

9311-15 Charles Gifford 8 , b. Nov. 8, 1864, unm. 1884; 
James Leason 8 , b. Oct. 6, 1866 ; Olevia Roland 8 , b. June 7, 1868; 
Joseph Lovejoy 8 , b. Aug. 28, 1871; Bessie Maud 8 , b. Feb. 10, 
1875, d. M., Sept. 1, 1876 ; Lyly May 8 Cleaveland, b. Feb. 10,. 

1875- 

Capt. Joseph Henry 7 Cleaveland resided in Cornwallis to 

1841, Yarmouth, N. S., to 1846, and from that yeaiLto the pres- 
ent (1885) at Margaretville ; master mariner. 

3590. 

EUNICE 7 CLEVELAND (Enoch«), d. in Weston, Kings co.,. 
N. S., m. at Cornwallis, N. S., Canning Morton, res. Cornwallis, 
1884, blacksmith. Ch.: 

9316-17' Mary 6 Morton, m. and res. Boston, Mass.; Rachel* 
Morton, m. and res. Boston, Mass. 

3604. 

DAVID HARRIS 7 CLEAVELAND (Elisha«, Enoch", Benjamin*,. 

Benj.», Aarona, Mosesi), m. Wolfville, N. S., June 8, 1 875, Juiia May 
King, b. Lockhartville, N. S., Feb. 25, 1855, d. L., Apr. 14, 1879, 
a da. John and Julia May (Spietzmiller). In early life a mari- 
ner. Owned and operated a farm in Lockhartville, where he 
always lived to 1884, since at Boston^ Mass. Ch. b. Lockhart- 
ville : 

9318-19 Marion Liona 8 , b. Jan. 24, 1875 ; John Elmer 8 
Cleaveland, b. July 31, 1877 ; Julia May 8 , b. Apr. 14, d. Apr. 
14, 1879, in 4 hours. 

3605. 

: GEORGE' CLEVELAND (eim»«), m. Boston, Mass., July 
1 8, 1864, Permelia Parker, b. in Cornwallis, N. S. Resided in 
Horton, N. S., to 1870, Boston since (1894). • Expressman. Ch.r 
9320 Frank 8 Cleveland, b. Boston, Mass. 

3608. 

JOHN ALONZO 7 CLEVELAND (Bitot**), m. Lockhartville, 
N. S., July 4, 1866, Jane Knowles, b. L., da. William and Paty 
(Nason). Dwelt at Lockhartville to 1870, since in South Bos- 
ton, Mass., and Boston, 1885-91; farmer and expressman. Ch. 
b. Boston : 

9321-2 Bertha 8 Cleveland ; Alfred 8 Cleveland ; Eva 8 
Cleveland ; Henry 8 Cleveland. 

3609. 

CHARLES ALLEN 7 CLEVELAND (Eiisha«), m. Boston, 
Mass., Apr. 3, 1872, Marietta Bishop, b. Wolfville, N. S., Apr. 10, 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1177 



1854, da. Elias and Mary Louisa (Bishop). Dwelt in Horton, 
N. S., to 1867, since in Boston: farmer and expressman, 1885. 
Ch. b. Boston : 

9323-4 Ethel Edna 6 , b. May 28, 1874 ; Clarence 8 , b. Apr. 
19, 1878; Charles Raymond 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 11, 1880. 

Bishop ancestry : — Judah Lorenzo 1 , of Kings co., N. S.; Mary Louisa 8 Bishop mar- 
ried Elias Bishop. 

3616. 

SARAH MARSDEN 7 CLEVELAND (Nathan*, Enoch*, Benja- 
min*, Benj.s, Aaron*), m. Chicago, 111., Apr. 12, 1864, James Arthur 
Wardlow, b. Burlington, Vt, Aug. 22, 1832, a son Samuel and 
Susan (McKnight). He was educated at Oberlin, O., coll. and 
Mich. Univ., Ann Arbor; studied law with Judge Morris, in 
Chicago; adm. to bar, at Auburn, Placer co., Cal., 1864; dwelt 
at Auburn to 1869 ; Wilmington, 111., to 1871, rem. to Kan., 1871; 
adm. to Kan. bar 187 1, but since taught in Normal and High 
schools of Kan.; res. 1886, Neodesha, Kan. Ch.: 

9325-6 Susie Aimee 6 Wardlow, born Dec. 4, 1865, Rocklin, 
Placer co., Cal.; Abbie 6 Wardlow, Sept. 12, 1870, Wilmington, 111.; 
Clara? Wardlow, b. June io, 1873, d. Osage Mission, Neosho co., 
Kan., Sept. 26, 1875. 

3617. 

George Thomas' Miner {Nancy* Morse, Cynthia*, Benj.*, Benj.», 

Aaron"), m. Eliza Susannah Eells, b. June 4, 1826, da. Jonathan 
and Mary (Townsberry). Ch. b. Cornwallis, N. S.: 

. 9327 Mary Ann* Miner, b. Oct. 27, 1847, tn. Aug. 16, 1865, 
George Nelson Davidson, he d. Ch.: 5. 9328 Whitman 6 Miner, 
born Jan. 21, 1851, m. Feb. 27, 1870, Susan M. Newcomb. 9329 
Georgianna* Miner, b. Jan. 14, 1853, m. Dec. 29, 1875, James War- 
ren Newcomb. Ch.: 2 sons 9 . 

3619. 

Sarah Lavinia 1 Miner {Nancy* Morse), m. Dec. 16, 1845, 
James Israel Hale, b. Dec. 15, 1821, d. June 5, 1871. She res. 
1886, Faulkner, Middlesex co., Mass. Ch.: 

9330 Frederic Lorenzo 6 Hale, b. Jan. 6, 1847, was lost on 
the " City of Columbus " going to Fla., m. Boston, Mass., Dec. 
31, 1873, Louisa Abbie Burse, b. Hyannis, Mass., Mar. 4, 1850 ; 
dwelt Somerville, Middlesex co., Mass. Ch. b. S.: Willis Le 
Baron 9 Hale, b. Aug. 31, 1876 ; George Winfry Lome* Hale, b. 
Feb. 22, 1878 ; May Belle Vernon 9 Hale, b. May 9, 1883: 

9331 Mary Ann 6 Hale, b. Dec. 27, 1848, d. Dec. 1, 1883, m. 
Lakeville, N. S., Oct. 31, 187 1, William Rufus Lawrence. Ch.: 
David Wylie* Lawrence, b. May 23, 1879. 

9332 Edmund Gilbert 6 Hale, b. Jan. 6, 1852, d. Brighton, 
Mass., Oct. 7, 1874, unm.; Ida May 6 Hale, b. Sept. 5, 1857, d. Jan. 
7, 1876, unm. 

3620. 

Mary Elizabeth 1 Miner {Nancy Morse), m. Jan. 15, 1857, 
Isaac Jackson Caldwell, b. Dec. 11, 1831. Ch.: 

9333 Imogene Ella 6 Caldwell, b. May 6, 1859, m. Mar. 2, 



Ujg CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

1882, Sawyers Isaac Anderson. Ch.: Percy John Clinton* Ander- 
son, b. Jan. 2, 1883 ; Gardner Leslie* Anderson, Nov. 16, 1885. 
9334-6 Warren Otis Gardner* Caldwell, b. Oct. 16, 1861, Horton, 
N. S., unm., 1886; Everett Leslie* and Emory Stanley*, b. Jan. 5, 
1868. 

3635. 

Albert David 1 JMEoVSe {Francis* Sangster, Eunice 5 , Benj.«, Benj.», 

Aaron"), m. Port Medway, Queens co., N. S., July 2, 1854, Mercy 
Dexter Park, da. Matthew and Lydia (Dexter). Resided in 
Halifax, N. S., Boston, Mass., and Omaha, Neb.; merchant, of 
Harvey, Verger and Morse. Ch. b. Halifax : 

9337 Hosea Ballou* Morse (Hon.), b. July 18, 1855, Port 
Medway, m. London, Eng., Feb. 8, 1881, Annie Josephine Wels- 
ford of N. Y., da. Joseph and Annie (Elder). Grad. Harvard 
1874. 

Was selected from a number of candidates from Harvard senior class of 1874 to go 
to China as a member of the Chinese civil service, according to treaty privileges U. S. 
Left for China July 5, 1874. On arrival was assigned a post in the Chinese Imperial 
Maritime customs in Shanghai as 4th assistant B. ; promoted in 1877 to be 4th assistant 
A. ; in 1879 to be 3d assistant B. ; in 1881 to be 3d assistant A. ; in 1882 to be 2d assistant 
B.; and in 1886 to be 2d assistant A. After spending a few years in Shanghai, was re- 
moved to Tien-tsin on the Peiho river ; the next location was Pekin, the Capital. In 1878 
filled the chair of English in the Pekin university. 

In 1879 was sent to England, was there three years, at Chinese headquarters, Lon- 
don, in such important work as inspecting war ships under construction for China, and 
similar duties. 

In July, 1885, on the signing of the treaty of peace between France and China, was 
deported by his excellency, Li Hung-Chang, viceroy of Chibli, under orders from the 
throne, to effect the exchange of prisoners taken during the war. For efforts in this, re- 
ceived by Imperial Decree the decoration of the order of the Double Dragon, III Divi- 
sion, 2d class. Res. Shanghai, China,' 1885. s - p - 

9338 Sylvester Ernest* Morse, b. Jan. 8, 1857. 

9339 Harvie Black* Morse, b. June 18, 1858. 

9340 Albert* Morse, b. Oct. 18, 1864. These three broth- 
ers have a 2,400 acre sheep ranche, owned by the 4 brothers, in 
Ellsworth co., Kan.; res. there. 

3646. 

Aflflie JjOyd 7 Phinney {Olivia* Sangster, Eunice 5 , Benj.*), m. 

1st Aug. 20, 1864, George Collins, he d. Berwick, N. S., May 18, 
1862, s. Robert and Elizabeth (Palmer), lived at Aylesford, N. 
S., farmer. She m. 2d, May 5, 1887, Dodge. Ch. by 1st m. b. 
Berwick : 9341 Bardeen* Collins, b. June 9, 1865, merchant. 9342 
Alice Elizabeth* Collins, b. Apr. 6, 1867, m. B., May 5, 1869, Colin 
McLane, b. Margaretville, N. S., s. Thomas and Lizzie (Cos- 
grove), farmer. 

9343 Olevia* Collins, b. May 6, 1869; Annie May*, May 17, 
1872; Hattie*, Mar. 20, 1875 ; Caroline Phinney*, Jan. 20, 1878 ; 
George* Collins, June 20, 1880. 

3657. 

John 7 WOOdWOVth {Charlotte* JVeary, Jerusha 5 , Benj.", Benj.s, Aaron»), 

m. in U.S., Alice Morine of Cornwallis, N. S., res. 1885, Wolf- 
ville, N. S., carpenter. Ch. 4 : 9344 Lillie F* Woodworth, m. 
Hantsport, N. S., Joseph Hyram Layton of Falmouth, N. S., s. 
Joseph Hyram and Sarah Ann (Jenks); dwelt Windsor, N. S., 
res. Boston, Mass. ; brass forger in R. I. 



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1 179 



Jenks ancestry : — Joseph 1 from Hammersmith, Eng., Lynn, Mass., 1645, die sinker 
for N. E. shillings, &c, ancestor of : David 6 ; Sarah Ann 7 Jenks. Ch.: Ralph* Layton ; 
Mary Alice* Layton, b. Oct. 17, 1878, Falm., d. Boston, Nov. 8, 1882. 

3687. 

THOMAS 7 CLEVELAND (john«, Nathan*, Benjamin*, Benjamin*, 
Aaron", Moses 1 ), d. Aug. 21, 1847, a - 2 4> m - C* ct - IO > I 844, Sarah Pul- 

sifer, she d. Sept. 1853, da. Rev. William. Ch. 3 : 9345-6 Me- 
lissa 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 15, 1845, d. Dec, 1882 ; Thomas 8 
Cleveland, b. May 13, 1847, lost at sea 1873; Henry 8 Cleve- 
land. 

3689. 

REBECCA 7 CLEVELAND (John*), m. Alma, N. B., Feb. 4, 
1846, Hamilton Martin, b. Hopewell, N. B., Feb. 26, 1823, s. John, 
res. Hillsdale, Elgin, Albert co., N. B., 1886. Ch.: 9347-51 James 
Thomas* Martin, b. Aug. 12, 1847, Lubec, Me. ; Greenleaf Robin- 
son 9 , b. Nov. 8, 1849, Alma; Warren*, b. Feb. 21, 185 1, A.; 
Hamilton C*, Oct. 7, 1852, A. ; Nathan*, July 12, 1854, A. ; Nancy 
Alice* Martin, Jan. 20, 1856, A.; Melissa 9 , Oct. 9, 1857, A.; Alonzo*, 
b. July 13, 1859, A., d. June 9, 1865 ; Amy Eliza*, b. July 25, 1861, 
A. ; Sherman*, Oct. 10, 1864, A.; William Herbert*, Oct. 11, 1866, 
A.; John Alma* Martin, Oct. 13, 1868, A. One of the daughters* 
m. David Collicutt and res. Elgin. 

3691. 

JOHN 7 CLEVELAND (John*), m. Sarah Ann Ackerly, da. 
David, res. Petitcodiae, N. B., 1885, millwright. Ch.: Albert 8 , 
b. Dec. 24, 1849, d. 9352-8 Cordelia 8 , b. Nov. 11, 1851 ; Hard- 
ing 8 , b. April 21, 1854 ; John Albert 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 18, 
1856; Emma 8 , b. Feb. 12, 1858 ; Asahel 8 , b. Nov. 16, i860 ; Rob- 
ert Alva 8 , b. Feb. 15, 1862, res. St. Paul, Minn., wholesale cigar 
dealer; Whitney 8 , "b. Mar. 26, 1865; Ella 8 , Sept. 10, 1868; 
Clara 8 Cleveland, Oct. 17, 1873. 

3692. 

ALEXANDER 7 CLEVELAND (john«), m . Lubec, Me., June 
29, 1853, Martha Nicholson, b. Curryville, N. B., Dec. 29, 1824, 
da. Henry and Sybil (Martin), res. Alma,-N. B., 1886, farmer. 
Ch.: 

9359 William Arlington 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 22, 1853, 
Brewer, Me., m. Forest Glen, N. B., July 20, 1879, Amy Louns- 
bury. Ch.: Ethel Marjorie 9 , b. Jan. 29, 1881, d. June 9, 1882; 
Arthur Philip 9 Cleveland, b. Feb. 17, d. July 3, 1884. 

9360 Nancv Ellen 9 Cleveland, b. July 6, 1855, Alma, 
m. Nov. 21, 1874, Henry Bailey Fletcher, res. Forest Glen. Ch.: 
Ellen Jatie 9 Fletcher, b. Apr. 21, 1877 ; Hattie* Fletcher, Sept. 30, 
1878 ; Harry Ashton 9 Fletcher, Mar. 7, 1880 ; Charles Rensforth 9 
Fletcher, b. Jan. 13, d. Sept. 6, 1882 ; Leander 9 Fletcher, Nov. 22, 
1883; Gertrude May* Fletcher, July 1, 1885. 

9361 John Henry 8 Cleveland, d. Sept. 17, 1856, A., d. 
Nov. 17, 1870. 9362- Jane Susannah 8 , b. Mar. 22, 1858, A., d. 
Mar. 17, 1872. 

9363 Ruth 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 22, i860, A., m. Nov. 21, 



H80 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

1883, Robert Williams, res. Saccarappa, Cumberland co., Me. Ch. : 
Harold Percy* Williams, b. Oct. 4, 1885, Alma. 

9364 Amy 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 26, 1862, A., m. Apr. 4, 1885, 
Thomas Jones, res. Gorham, Me. Ch.: Daughter*, b. Oct. 10, 1885. 
9365-8 Martha Adelaide 8 , b. Sept. 26, 1864, Alma; George 
Marshall 8 , b. Dec. 22, 1866, A.; Minnie Cordelia 8 , b. June 26, 
1870, A., d. Oct. 1, 1884; Fletcher 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 3, 
1872, A. 

3693. 

NATHAN 7 CLEVELAND (John*), m. Dec. 27, 1855, Mary 
Ackerly, da. David, res. Bridgewater, N. S., 1886. Ch.: Mary 
Ackerly 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 6, 1857, d. Oct. 16, 1862. 9369-73 
Eliza 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 21, i860; Manley R. 8 , br May 10, 
1862; Milton E.\ b. Mays, l86 4 ; Harding W. 8 , b. June 1, 1868; 
Annie M. 8 , b. Apr. 26, 1872 ; Ernest A. 8 Cleveland, b. May 
j 2, 1874. 

3695. 

DAVID CUTTIN 7 CLEVELAND (john«), m. Sept. 30, 1866, 
Mary Martin, da. of And., res. Alma, N. B., 1886. Ch. : 9374-9 
Judson A. 8 , b. Nov. 25, 1869 ; Victor E. s , b. Sept. 14, 1870 ; 
Charles H. 9 , b. May 24, 1873 ; Albert E. 8 , b. Apr. 15, 1875 ; 
James W. 8 , b. Dec. 14, 1876 ; John F. 8 , b. Dec. 10, 1878 ; Daniel 
S. 8 , b. Apr. 15, 1883 ; Mary E. 8 Cleveland, b. May 20, 1885. 

3696. 

AMA ANN' CLEVELAND (john»), m. Alma; N. B., Nov. 
17, 1859, James Smith, b. A. Apr. 8, 1835, only s. James and 
Catharine (Sinclair). Dwelt Alma to 1884, afterward in Me. : 
res., 1885, Saccarappa, Me., farmer. Ch. b. Alma : 

9380 John Wesley* Smith, b. Sept. 4, i860, m. Moncton, N. B., 
Dec. 25, 1882, Margaret Ellen Buckard, b. Alma July 4, 1858, da. 
Capt. Charles and Margaret (Years); res. Jamaica Plain, Mass., 
1885. Ch. -.Gertie 3 Smith,b. Nov. 30, 1885, Jamaica P. 

9381 Johnston* Smith, b. July 20, 1862, m. Westbrook, Me., 
July 1, 1885, Robeana McWhirter, b. New Richmond, P. Q., Can., 
Sept. 17, 1863, da. Robert and Margaret McNair (Fallow), 1. Sac- 
carappa, operator in mill. Aggie Jane* Smith, b. Sept. 6, 1864, 1. 
Boston ; Annie Maria* Smith, b. Nov. 12, 1867, d. A. June 22, 1879; 
Alfred James* Smith, b. Mar. 12, 1870 ; William Ackerman* Smith, 
July 12, 1872; Ada* Smith, Apr. 1, 1875; David Arthur* Smith, 
Mar. 11, 1879. 

3697. 

WILLIAM SEARS' CLEVELAND (john«, Nathan", Benj.«, Benj.», 

Aaron"), m. Alma, N. B., Oct. 22, 1872, Hannah Maria Foster, b. 
A. Mar. 15, 1844, a da. James and Hannah (Horscome). Ch. b. 
Salem, Mass. : 9382 Mabel 8 Cleveland, b. June 5, 1874. 9383 
Everett 8 Cleveland, b. Jan; 21, 1878. 9384 Grace 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Aug. 28, 1881; 

William Sears' Cleveland, residence Alma to 1869, since 
at Salem (1888); builder and joiner. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. n8i 

3700. 

CHARLES EDWIN 7 CLEVELAND (James William', Aaron*, 
Benjamin*, Benjamin', Aaron 3 , Moses'), m. at BelleVUe Cottage, Onslow, 

N. S., Oct. ii, i860, Miss Sarah Jane Rees of Halifax, N. S.; 
res. South Plymouth, Plymouth co., Mass., 1886. Ch. : 9. 

3704. 

Charles DoUglaSS 1 Burbage (Mary Eliza", Aaron«, Ben.*, Ben.», 

Aaron"), m. Nov. 6, 1 87 2, Cynthia Alma' Pudsey +3506 {Hugh* Pudsey, 

Roulenia 8 , Ben.*, Ben.s, Aaron"). Ch. : 4. 

3707. 

GEORGE AARON 7 CLEVELAND (Charles DeWolf*,. Aaron", 
Benjamin*, Benjamin 8 , Aaron', Moses*), m. Clarence, N; S., July 29, 1874, 

Alice Minard, b. Caledonia, N. S., Dec. 12, 1852, da. Samuel and 
Elizabeth (Freeman). Ch. : 9385-6 Roy Sanford 8 , b. May 8, 
1875 5 Fred Maurice 8 , b. Dec. 6, 1876 ; Fannie 8 , b. Aug. 23, 
1879 I George Leonard 8 , b. July 5, 1881 ; Alice Minard 8 Cleve- 
land, b. June 17, 1885. 

Rev. George Aaron 7 Cleveland, a successful Baptist cler- 
gyman. Was pastor at N. Brookfield, N. S., 1874, and 1886 at 
North Berwick, York co., Me., Melrose, Mass. 

3708. 

JAMES HANDLEY 7 CLEVELAND (Charles DeWoif), m. in 
N. S., Elizabeth Fales of Victoria, N. S. Ch. : 9387 George 8 
Cleveland ; Mabel 8 Cleveland ; another 8 , d. 

3720. 

MARY 7 CLEVELAND (Eliphasa, Eliphass, Moses*, Benjamin", Aaron", 

Mosesi), d. New Haven, Conn., May 6, 1879, a. 67, m. Catskill, N. Y., 
Sept. 5, 1838, Levi Miller, b. Ancram, Columbia co., N. Y., Aug. 
6, i8i4,s. John. He res. Hamilton Park, New Haven, 1882. Ch.: 
9388 Henry 9 Miller, b. Aug. 11, 1839, Hudson, N. Y., d. 
Mar. 21, 1867, m. in Balston, Niagara co., N. Y. Ch. : Several 9 , 
d. infants. Frances", b. Feb. 6, 1841, Ancram, d. Falls Village 
June 15, 1848. 9389 Mary Alice* Miller, b: Apr. 5, 1844, Pine 
Plains, Columbia co., N. Y. 

3721. 

ANN ELIZA 7 CLEVELAND (Eiiphas*), m. Stockport, N. Y., 
Jan. 1, 1834, Henry Sturges, b. Tarrytown, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1808, 
d. Huntsville, Litchfield co., Conn., Sept. 25, 1882, s. Rev. Wil- 
liam and Sarah (Morecock, b. London, Eng.). Ch. b. Catskill, 
N. Y. : Sarah Elizabeth* Sturges, b. Feb. 23, 1835, d. Hudson, N. Y., 
Sept. 27, 1836. 

9390 John Cumberland* Sturges, b. Jan. 15, 1837, m. South 
Canaan, Litchfield co., Conn., Oct. 4, 1864, 1865, Mary Lewize 
Morrice, b. Canaan Sept. 21, 1843, da. Russel and Harriet (H61- 
comb, da. Daniel Holcomb of Canaan, and Sarah Tubbs. — 



H82 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Holcomb gen., by Dr. Wm. Holcomb, N. Y. city.) Of Huntsville 1882, 
Bridgeport, Conn., 1891, farmer. Ch. b. Huntsv. : Edmund Rus- 
sell 9 Sturges, July 15, 1869 ; Susie Louise Morrice 9 Sturges, May 16, 
1880. 

9391 James Cleveland* Sturges, b. Mar. 23, 1839, m. Evans- 
ville, Rock co.', Wis., June 9, 1869, Delia Norton; res. Atlanta, 
Ga., book and music dealer. Ch. : Wilson Norton 3 Sturges ; Bea- 
trice 9 Sturges ; Lucille" Sturges. 

9392 Wilson Page* Sturges, b. Sept. 25, 1841, in. Cornwall 
Bridge, Litchfield co., Conn., May 21, 1867, Frances Josephine 
Hubbard, 1. Cornwall B., owns and operates a farm, raises 
tobacco. Ch. : James 9 Sturges ; d. a. 13 months ; Wilson Hubbard 9 
Sturges; Delia Anna 9 Sturges; Corie Ethel 9 Sturges; Grace 9 Sturges, 
b. Mar. 4, 1885, Cornwall B. _ 

Hon. Henry Sturges was Member N. Y. Legislature 1870 ; 
resided in Catskill to May, 1835, Hudson to Oct. 2, 1836, Catskill 
ag. to Feb., 1842, Ancram, N. Y., to 1847, South Canaan to 1878, 
Huntsville afterward ; formerly a manufacturer, afterward 
owned and operated a farm. Mrs. Sturges res. Bridgeport. 

3722. 

JAMES FLEMING 7 CLEVELAND (EiipW), d. Toilsome 
Hill, Fairfield co., Conn., Apr. 5, 1888, a. 73, m., Hudson, N. Y., 
Eliza Babcoek, b. Troy, N. Y., 1824-5, d. Bridgeport, Conn., July 

16, 1879-80, a da. John (d. in Troy) and (Birge). Dwelt 

at Hudson, Ancram, 1856, and Copake, N. Y., Pittsfield, and 
since 1856 at Bridgeport ; manufacturer. Ch. : 

+9393 James Henry 8 Cleveland, b. 1840 Ancram, N. Y. 
John 8 Cleveland, b. Ancram, d. Ancram, aged 11. 
9394 Mary Eliza 8 Cleveland, b. Sept., 1845, A., m. 
Bridgep., William James Wheeler, b. Vt. ; of Toilsome Hill, n. 
Bridgep., grain dealer. Ch., b. T. H., Bridgep. : Frederick Cleve- 
land 9 Wheeler, Nov., 1875; James Henry 9 Wheeler, July 4, 1877 ; 
James 9 , d. soon ; Robert Clyde 9 Wheeler, b. 188 1 ; Henry Flip has 9 
Wheeler, 1883 ; William 9 Wheeler, 1885 ; Jessie 9 , Mar., 1889. 

+9395 George Edward 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 25, 1847, An- 
cram, N. Y. 

+9396 William Bliss 9 Cleveland, b. Oct. 26, 1849, An- 
cram, N. Y. 

9397 Annie E. Babcock 8 , b. 1852 A., d. Bridgep. 1871. 
Francis 8 , b. Copake, d. C, young ; Lucy Babcock 8 Cleveland, 
b. Bridgep., d. B., a. 13 months. 

3723. 

HARRIET FRANCES 7 CLEVELAND (Eii P ha S »), m. 1st, 
Millerton, Columbia co., N. Y., Oct. 8, 1841, George Currie, he d. 
M., Dec. 8, 1845, foreman. She m. 2d, M., Dec. 15, 1854, 
Thomas Jarrett ; 1. Falls Village, Conn., 1882, builder. Ch. b. 
Falls V., by 1st m. : 

9398 Mary Frances 9 Currie, b. July 17, 1842, m. S. Canaan, 
Conn., Oct. 3, 1855, George Wilcox ; 1. Harwinton,'Conn. s. p. 
George Cleveland* Currie, b. Oct. 2, 1844, d. July 15, 1848. By 
2d m. : 9399 William* Jarrett, b. Nov. 2, 1855, carpenter. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 1183 

9400 Anna* Jarrett, b. July 6, 1857, m. Falls V., Mar. 17, 
1879, E. Frederick Williams. Ch. Ernest 9 Williams, b. 1882. 
Jennie A. a Jarrett, b. June 2, 1859 ; Pullen* Jarrett, b. Dec. 24, 
1863. 

3724. 

EDWARD 7 CLEAVELAND (Eii P has«), d. Canaan, Conn., 
Feb. 17, 1866, a. 45, m. Ancram, N. Y., July 4, 1849, Catharine 
Halstead, b. Ancram, Apr. 2, 1832, a da. Edward and Melissa 
(Mapes). (She m. 2d, see below.) Ch. b. Salisbury, Conn. : 
Almiron Halstead 8 , b. July 24, 1850, d. S., Aug 24, 185 1. 

+9401 Frank Edward 8 Cleaveland, b. Mar. 18, 1853. 

9402 James Henry 8 , b. Apr. 24, 1855, d. Canton, Conn., 
Oct. 14, 15, i860. John Escott", b. Nov. 19, 1858, d. Canton, 
Oct. 9, i860. 

Edward 7 Cleaveland resided at Salisbury to 1862, Spring- 
field, Mass., to 1865, and afterward at Canaan. Mrs. Catharine 
(Halstead) Cleveland, m. 2d, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1867, 
as 2d w., Danville Alphonso Ricker, b. Buckfield, Oxford co., 
Me., Sept. 9, 1 8 15, only s. Tobias and Sally (Berry), res.. 1885-90, 
Hartford, Conn, builder, s. p. He m. 1st, B., Sept. 15, 1835, 
Lucinda Mason, b. Turner, Androscoggin co., Me., 181 7, a da. 
Willard. Ch. : Vernum Orlando Ricker, b. 1836, Hartford, m. 
Mary Tittemore, b. Dutchess co., N. Y., 1. N. Y. city, builder. 
Ch. : Amy Ricker ; Henry Grovernor Ricker, b. 1838, Hartf., 
d. in army, Jan., 1862, unm., 7th Me. Vols. ; Harriet Ann Ricker, 
b. 1840, Turner, fn. Clark Halstead, 1. W. Winsted, Conn., merch. 
Ch. : Frederick Halstead ; Sara*h Ann Ricker, b. 1842, Turner, 
m. Samuel Frank Haskell, 1. Auburn, Me., merch. Ch., 5 : 
Amy Ricker, b. 1844, Turner, d. Bridgewater, Mass., unm. ; 
John Ricker, b. 1846, Turner, d. Sumner, Oxford co., Me., i860 ; 
Charles Ricker, b. 1848, Turner, m. Amy Ricker, 1. N. Y. city, 
teacher, s. p. ; Frances Ricker, b. 1850, Turner, m. Henry 
Moody, 1. T., farmer ; Georgia Ricker, b. 1850, T., d. T., 1853 ; 
Frederick Alphonso Ricker, b. 1852, T., m., 1. T. Ch. : 3. 

Halstead ancestry : — Halsted : 5 arms : (Essex.) A coronet composed of 1 fleur-de- 
lis and 2 leaves on the bend. . . Savage mentions Nathaniel Halsteed, Dedham, Mass., 
freem., June 2, 1641, Concord, Mass., m. Isabel, may have been father of Henry of Con- 
cord. Benjamin 1 of Hudson, N. Y., m. Betsey ; Edward or Edwin* Halstead, b. Hud- 
son, Sept. 14, 1807, m. Melissa Mapes, b. Taghkanick, Columbia co., N. Y., Dec. 25, 1805. 

Mapes ancestry : — (Feltham and Rollesby, Norfolk co., Eng.) Sa. 4 lozenges in fe'sse 
or. Crest — Arm embowed in armour or holding in gauntlet a spur. . . Savage men- 
tions: John, b. 1613, fr. Ipswich, Eng., 1634, Southold, N. Y., 1662; Joseph of Setauket, 
Suffolk co., N. Y., 1655; Thomas, Southold, 1640. . . . Jonathan 1 of Taghkanic m. 
Catharine ; Melissa 2 Mapes. 

3725. 

William'' FellOWS (Maria«, Eliphass, Moses*, Benjamin', Aarom), d. 

Feb. 16, 1854, a. 45, m. Oct. n, 1836, Catharine M. Hallenbeck, 
or Holenbeck. She res. Hudson, N. Y., 1882. Ch. : 

9403 Ambrose J. s Fellows, b. May 7, 1838, m. Sept. 22, 1875, 
Martha C. Wentworth of Chatham, N. Y., res. Chatham Village, 
Columbia co., N. Y. Ch. : Earle W 9 Fellows, b. Apr. 8, 1878. 

9404 Henry £." Fellows, b. Nov. 14, 1839, was killed at 
battle of Hanover Court House, Va., May 27, 1862. 

9405 Annie M." Fellows, b. Oct. 12, 1841, m. Nov. 20, 1866, 
Homer Miller of Hillsdale, N. Y., 1. Hudson. Ch. : Cora E. 9 
Miller, b. Dec. 25, 1867 ; John 9 Miller, b. Aug. 28, 1871. 



H84 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

9406 Emetine* Fellows, b. Apr. 26, 1846, d. Hillsd.., Feb. 22, 
1880, m. Jan. 26, 1869, Orin Haywood of Copake, N. Y. Ch. : 
Dewey* Haywood, b. Apr. 21, 1870 ; Mida" Haywood, b. Apr. 26, 
1872, d. Hillsd., Mar. 16, 1873 ; Henry 9 Haywood, b. Jan. 22, 1874 ; 
William F. 9 Haywood, b. Dec. 11, 1876 ; Daniel 9 Haywood, Jan. 17, 
1879. 

9407 Aaron 9 Fellows, b. May 13, 1844, m. Hillsd., Jan. 26, 
1877, Henrietta Jones of Hillsd. Dwelt Hillsd. Ch. : Edith 
Elaine 9 Fellows, b. Aug. 20, 1879. 

3726. 

John 1 Fellows (Maria*), m. Oct. 20, 1838, Caroline Pulver, 
res. Martindale, n. Copake Flats, Columbia co., N. Y., 1881, 
builder ; has the old bass viol. Ch. : 9408 Emetine* Fellows, b. 
Aug. 5, 1843, d. June 20, 1863, m. Erastus Smith. Ch. 1 d. 

3727. 

Henry 1 Fellows (Maria«), m. Aug. 23, 1841, Catharine 
Ranney, res. Copake, N. Y., 1882, by trade machinist; for 
years a merchant. Ch. : 

9409 Abide Ranney* Fellows, b. Dec. 24, 1843, m. Hudson, 
N. Y., Oct. 31, 1866, Rev. Franklin M. Sprague of New Haven, 
Conn. ; res., Indian Orchard, Me. Ch. : Emma Mariam" Sprague, 
b. June 10, 1872. 

9410 Henry Parker* Fellows, b. Aug. 4, 1849, unm., of 
Boston, Mass., lawyer. 

3730. 

Mliplialet Cleveland 1 Studley (Anna", Eliphas*, Moses«, Ben- 
jamins, Aaron*), m. 1st, Newark, Worcester co., Md., Mar. 4, 1847, 
Mary Elizabeth Bowden, b. N., Nov. 14, 1827, d. N., Jan. 27, 
1855, da. Littleton and Christiana (White). He m. 2d, Laurel, 
Sussex co., Del., Sept. 30, 1861, Annie Mariah Burton, b. Ocean 
View, Sussex co., Del., July 23, 1841, da. John and Rhoda 
(Chord). Ch. by 1st m. : Mary Mills 9 Studley, b. Dec. 18, 1847, 
Newark, d. N., Apr. 8, 1853. 

941 1 Annie Cleveland* Studley, b. Oct. 10, 1850, N., m. Phil- 
adelphia, Pa., Apr. 30, 1874, Michael Curtis Hall, b. Atlanta, 
Ga., May 23, 1847, a s. Thomas and Mary, res., 1874-1884, Jer- 
sey City, N. J., of Hall & Furgason [Lewis C], commission 
merchants, N. Y. city. Ch. : Mary Edna" Hall, b. Mar. 11, 1877, 
Jersey City. 

9412 Ella Elizabeth* Studley, b. Aug. 23, 1853, Newark, d. 
Laurel, Sept. 13, 1864. By 2d m. : Mary* Studley, b. July 1, 
1862, L., d. L., July 9, 1862. 

9413 William Joseph* Studley, b. July 4, 1863, L., unm., 1. 
Laurel, merchant. 

9414 Mary Lizzie* Studley, b. Nov. 2, 1865, L., d. L., Apr. 
29, 1866 ; Robert Sidney* Studley, b. Apr. 24, 1868, L. ; Washington 
Irving 9 Studley, b. Nov. 4, 1877, d. L., Sept. 18, 1879. 

Eliphalet Cleveland 1 Studley lived at Hudson, N. Y., to Sept., 
1843, N. Y. city and Hartford, Conn., to July, 1845, sea voyaged 
to Berlin, Worcester co., Md., thence, 1846, to Newark, to June, 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. U85 

1858, here he was P.M., appointed Feb., 1853 and 1856, mer- 
• ; , chant ; from 1858, Salisbury, Wicomico co., Md., and Laurel, 1. 
r£ L. Served in the 9th Del. Vols., the last regt. from Del. 

3736. 

LUCY ANN 7 CLEVELAND (Moses», Clark*, Moses*, Benjamin', 

Aaron"), m. Oct. 8, 1848, Franklin Blake, res., 1882, Porter co., 
Ind., farmer. Ch. : 8. 

3755. 

Samuel 1 BakeV (Elizabeth", Clark"*, Moses*, Benjamin 3 , Aaron 2 ), died 

Clyde, O., June 1, 1855, a. 27, m. Fremont, O., Mar. 23, 1853, 
Emerette Elizabeth Rathbun, b. Clyde, June 23, 1836, daughter 
Lucius and Rhoda (Gillett). Dwelt in Sandusky co., O., farmer. 
Ch. b. Clyde : Clark Cleveland 6 Baker, b. Mar. 1, 1854, d. Clyde 
Dec. 28, 1855. 

9415 Emma Elizabeth 9 Baker, b. July 16, 1855, m. Clyde 
July 28, 1873, Nicholas Wadsworth, b. 1848, s. Clinton and Lu- 
cinda (Foose). Ch.: Clinton Samuel 9 Wadsworth, b. Apr. 30, 1874, 
Castalia, O.; Franklin 9 Wadsworth, Sept. 14, 1875, Castalia; Clark 
Baker" Wadsworth, Jan. 12, 1877, Castalia; Everette 9 Wadsworth, 
Jan. 14, 1878, Castalia; Vernon 9 Wadsworth, Oct. 23, 1881, Port 
Clinton, O. 

3757. 

Ke&iah 1 Baker (Elizabeth*), d. Clyde; O., July 7, 1859, a. 28, 
m. 1st, Fremont, O., July 5, 1850, William Hoel, he died since 
1883, s. William ; they separated. She m. 2d, Salt Lake, Utah, 
Edwin Thomas Gettins, b. in Eng. Apr. 20, 1834, s. Thomas and 
Mary (Kings), res. Clyde 1883, formerly sash and blind manfr. 
Ch. by 1st m.: 

9416 Samuel 9 Hoel, b. June 10, 185 1, Green Creek tp., 0.„ 
until., res. Clyde, farmer. By 2d m.: 

9417 Edwin Clark* Gettins, b. Dec. 15, 1855, Salt Lake, m.. 
Rising Sun, Wood co., O., Oct. 12, 1882, Laura Glansey b. Eng.,, 
May 11, 1863, da. William John and Anna Jane, res. Clyde, emp. 
in organ factory. Charles Napoleon" Gettins, b. July 2, 1858, C.,. 
d. C. July 23, 1861. 

3758. 

Sarah Ann 7 Baker (Elizabeth"), m. Fremont, O., Apr. 2,. 
1857, Solomon Knauss, b. in Pa. July 16, 183 1, d. Sandusky, O., 
Oct. 5, 1866, s. Solomon and Sarah (Moore), farmer. She res. 
Clyde, O., 1883. Ch. b. Sandusky : 

9418 Clark Baker" Knauss, b. Mar. 15, 1858, m. Fremont,. 
O., Feb. 5, 1877, Ida Josephine Crippin, b. Sandusky, Dec. 7,. 
1857, da. Charles Henry and Heariette (Haraum), res. Sandusky,, 
farmer. Ch. b. Sandusky : Beryl Florence 9 Knauss, b. Dec. 7, 1880 ; 
Nettie 9 Knauss, b. Jan. 26, 1881 ; Solomon 9 Knauss, b. May 5, d. S. 
26, 1882. 

9419 Sarah Elisabeth" Knauss, b. Jan. 26, i860, m. Fremont, 
Nov. 2, 1882, James Bowen, b. Clyde Jan. 1, i860, s. Alexander 
and Mary (Godard), res. Janesville, Wis., builder. 9420 Solo- 
mon", b. May 13, 1867, res. Clyde. 

75 



H86 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3760. 

Abigail" 1 JiaTcer (Elizabeth'), d. Clyde, O., Sept. 30, 1865, a. f^ 
27, m. Fremont, O., Feb. 5, i860, Franklin William Short, he d. 
Clyde May 10, 1865 ; dwelt at Clyde, school teacher and farmer. 
Ch.: 2: 

9421 Florienes* Short, b. May 27, 1861, Clyde, m. C. Jan. 5, 
1881, Frederick Hawk, b. Fremont Aug. 25, 1854, as. David and 
Mary (McTntyre), res. Clyde 1883, farmer. Ch.: Clyde Winfield* 
Hawk, b. Nov. 7, 1881, Clyde. 

3762. 

Jemima MlizabetJi 1 Halter (Elizabeth'), m. Clyde, O., Jan. 
10, 1863, Norman Eddy Ellsworth, b. Mishawaka, St. Joseph co., 
Ind., Mar. 20, 1845, a s. James Perkins and Jemima (Cleveland), 
and bro. to Frederick ; res. near Clyde, farmer. Ch. b. Clyde, 
all tmm. and res. home 1883 : 

9422 Ann Elizabeth* Ellsworth, b. Oct. 15, 1866. 

9423 Florence* Ellsworth, b. Oct. 13, 1868. 

9424 Nellie, May* Ellsworth, b. Dec. 19, 187 1. 

Frederick David* Ellsworth, Apr. 3, 1874; Norman 
Eddy* Ellsworth, Apr. 19, 1876 ; George Milburn* Ellsworth, Dec. 
23, 1878 ; Seth* Ellsworth, Sept. 26, 1881. 

3763. 

JAMES BUTLER 7 CLEVELAND (james<>, Clark*, Moses*, Ben- 
jamin", Aaron", Moses' ) , d. n. Green Spring - , O., Jan. 6, 1894, a. 62, m. 
Green Creek tp., Clyde, O., Mar. 3, 1853, Julia Parmeter, born 
Green Spring, O., May 22, 1837, da. Willard and Diana (Hardin), 
res. near Green Spring, farmer. Ch. b. Clyde : Diana Hardin 8 , 
b. Dec. 16, 1854, d. C. May 3, 1864. 

9425 Nettie 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 21, 1859, m. C. Sept. 17, 
1878, George McGormly, b. Belleville, Sandusky co., O., Nov. 
29, 1854, s. George and Jane (Hampshire), res. Green Spring, 
teacher. Ch.: James Orley" McGormly, b. Aug. 10, 1879, Green 
Spring. 

9426 George Brace 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. n, 1861, res. 
Green Spring, farmer. 

3764. 

ELIZA 7 CLEVELAND (james«), d. Clyde, O., Nov. 11, 1863, 
a. 30, m. C. Apr. 9, 1854, Daniel Jackson Harris, b. Providence, 
R. I., Oct. 30, 1830, s. Daniel and Hannah (Kenyon), res. Clyde, 
salesman. Ch. b. Clyde : 

9427 William Culver* Harris, b. Sept. 27, 1854, m. C. Dec. 
31, 1878, Elizabeth Hess, b. C. July 28, 1861, da. Reuben Willis 
and Mary Ann (Patrick), res. Clyde, farmer. Ch. born Clyde : 
Daniel Jackson* Harris, Feb. 22, 1880; Charles William* Harris, 
Dec. 9, 1881. 

Jeanette* Harris, b. Sept. 28, 1856, d. C. Apr. 6, 1868. 



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3765. 



CLARK RATHBUN 7 CLEVELAND (james«), married 1st, 
Clyde, O., July 29, i860, Sarah Herald, b. Green Creek tp., O., 
Oct. 10, 1842, d. n. Clyde Apr. 18, 1890, da. James and Elizabeth 
(Stevenson). He m. 2d, C, Dec. 24, 1890, Mrs. Alma (Andrews) 
Livengood, b. n. C. Dec. 27, 1858, wid. of Henry Peter Liven- 
good, da. Jeremiah and Mary Jane (Craig). Ch.: 

9428 Clara Jeanette" Cleveland, b. Mar. 11, 1861, 
Clyde, m. C. Nov. 28, 1882, Oliver Eggleston Hawk, b. Fremont, 
O., Mar. 20, i860, a s. David and Mary (Mclntyre). Residence 
always in Sandusky county, O., of Clyde (1882-95) teacher and 
farmer, was State secretary of the Patrons of Industry of North 
America, 1894. s.*>. Adopted ch.: Ivan Oliver Hawk, n£e Frank- 
lin Blaine Stapleton, b. June 26, 1885, adopted at Fremont, O., 
May 26, 1888. 

9429 Mary Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 28, 1862, 
Clyde, m. C. Dec. 21, 1885, John Henry Shipman, b. Plymouth, 
O., Aug. 22, 1864, s. James Wesley and Hester (Melleck). Of 
New Washington, Crawford co., O., railroad man. Ch. b. New 
Washington : Dawn Janette 9 Shipman, May 25, 1888 ; Carl Cleve- 
land 9 Shipman, Aug. 25, 1892. 

+943° James Rathbun 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 8, 1864, Clyde, 
Ohio. 

William 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 25, 1866, C, d. C. Jan. 
1, 1867, 

^ 9431 Addie Augusta 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 10, 1869, C, 
m.,C. Dec. 22, 1886, George Neikirk, b. Republic, O., Apr. 20, 
i860, s. David and Sarah Jane (Beard), res. near Clyde, farmer. 
Ch. b. near C: Edna Claire 9 Neikirk, Nov. 18, 1887 ; Floyd Edgar" 
Neikirk, Feb. 21, 1890 ; Irene Sarah 9 Neikirk, Jan. 2o\, 1893. 

9432 Clarence Lee 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 11, 1871, C, m. 
Fremont, May 2, 1894, Ernestine Clapp Huss, b. near F. Dec. 1, 
1873, da. Burr and Margaret* (Francisco), res. n. Green Spring, 
O., farmer, s. p. 

9433 Irvin Leslie 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 2, 1874, Green S., 
m. Freemont Nov. 10, 1894, Myrna Livengood of Clyde, b. Bitts- 
ville, Mar. 25, 1878, a da. Henry Peter and Alma (Andrews), 
res. n. Clyde, farmer, s. p. 

9434 Herbert Russell 8 Cleveland, b. July 3, 1876, Green 
S., res. home. 2d m.: s. p. 

Clark Rathbun 7 Cleveland, of Green Spring to 1864, 
Windsor, Can., to 1865, Clyde since, farmer. Alma Andrews m. 
1st, Clyde, summer of 1877, Henry Peter Livengood, b. Groten 
Centre, O., Feb. 25, 1854, d. Clyde Jan. 8, 1885, son Peter and 
Matilda (Wood); ch.: 1. Myrna Livengood, b. Mar. 25, 1878, 
Bittsville, m. Irvin Leslie 8 Cleveland +9433. 2. Atah Liven- 
good, b. Sept. 3, 1884, Clyde. 

3766. 

GEORGE DOWNING 7 CLEVELAND (james°), married 
1st, Clyde, Q., Jan. 31, 1864, Rosa Metz, b. Canton, Stark co., O., 
Sept. 20, 1842, d. Clyde June 3, 1881, da. John and Margaret 



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Ir 88 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

(Shultz). Hem. 2d, Fremont, O., June 29,1882, Martha Stroup, 
b. Buljo, Crawford co., O., Apr. 30, i860, da. Henry and Melinda 
(Swineford). Dwelt at Clyde to 1864, Windsor, Can., to 1865 •, 
since in Clyde (1882), farmer. Ch. by 1st m.: 

9435-7 Clark Downing 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 28, 1864, Wind- " 
sor, Can.; Minnie May 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 13, 1868, Clyde, O.; 
Olivia 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 23, 1870, Clyde, O.; Albert 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Dec. 7, 1876, Clyde, d. Nov. 14, 1877. 

3768. 

CHAPLIN SQUIER 7 CLEVELAND (james«), m. Clyde, O., 
Mar. 9, 1869, Susan Ann West, b. Wellington, O., July 18, 1849, 
da. Horace and Susan Ann (Weiser), res. CJyde, farmer. Ch. 
b. Clyde : 

9438-41 Elvira Eliza 8 Cleveland, b. July 25, 1869 ; Fred 
Chalmers 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 20, 1871; Edwin Louis 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Apr. 18, 1872, d. C, Nov. 19, 1879; Norman James* 
Cleveland, b. Jan. 30, 1874; Ona Bell 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 19, 
1879 ; Gertrude Blanche 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 7, 1881, d. Clyde, 
Feb. 17, 1882. 

3769. 

JOHN HUNTER 7 CLEVELAND (james-), d. n. Clyde, O., 
Oct. 28, 1879, a. 32, m. Green Spring, O., Nov. 21, 1872, Helen 
Stark, born Clyde, June 23, 1846, da. John and Ann (Hooper). 
Dwelt at Clyde, farmer. His wid. res. Battle Creek, Mich., 
1882. Ch.: 

9442 Myrtie May 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 1, 1873, Clyde. 

3773. 

WHITING' CLEVELAND (john«, Abel", Moses*, Benj.a, Aaron", 

Moses>), m. Mrs. Harriet (Plank) Limbarger; res. Tecumseh, 
Mich., farmer. Ch.: 

9443 Thomas 8 Cleveland, b. 1870. Son 8 , d. young. 

3774. 

JEROME 7 CLEVELAND (john»), m. Tecumseh, Mich., Dec. 
2 5> l8 57> Melissa Sherman, born T., Dec. 15, 1839, da. Welcome 
and Manila (Hill), res. Tecumseh, builder and merchant. Ch.: 
Lena Gertrude 8 , b. Sept. 3, 1858, Raisin, Mich., d. Mar. 17, i860. 
9444-5 Addie Augusta 8 , b. May 1, 1861, Raisin, Mich.; 
Julia Estelle 8 , b. Mar. 1, 1867, Tecumseh, Mich.; Fannie Lu- 
ella 8 , b. Apr. 12, 1869, T., d. Nov. 26, 1872 ; Edward Augustus 8 , 
b. Mar. 20, 1874, T., d. July 7, 1875. 

3776. 

EDWARD AUGUSTUS 7 CLEVELAND (john«), m. 1st, 
St. Joseph, Mich., Feb. 15, 1855, Harriet Sophia 7 Cleveland 
+379 2 (George^, Abel 6 , etc.), she died Addison, Lenawee co., Mich., 
Aug. 22, 1878, a. 40. He m. 2d, Hudson, Mich., Nov. n, 1879, 
Sarah Jane Halleron, b. Markham, Can., Nov. 24, 1852, d. Addi- 



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1 189 



son, May n, 1883, da. Laurence Edwin and Ann (McKenney); 
res. Addison, farmer and hotel keeper. Ch. by 1st m.: 

9446 George Edward 8 Cleveland, b. July 26, 1865, m. 
A., Mar. 22, 1885, Nellie Marilla Van Vleet, b. Wheatland, Mich., 
Sept. 26, 1868, da. Albert and Marilla (Hatfield), res. Addison, 
restaurant. 

9447-9 Maud Jane 8 Cleveland, b. July 11, 1872. By 2d 
m.: Florence Ellen 8 , b. Jan. 16, 1881; Winnifred Agnes 8 , b. 
June 14, 1883. 

3777. 

SOPHIA 7 CLEVELAND (John*), tn. Nov. 27, 1862, as 2d w., 
George Sisson, b. Aurora, Cayuga co., N. Y., 181 9, son Thomas 
and Hannah (Brown). Ch.: 

9450 Frances A* Sisson, b. Apr. 2, 1864 ; Edward /. B Sisson, 
b. July 4, 1865 ; Florine* Sisson, b. Jan. 4, 1867, d. Dec. 21, 1872 ; 
Mabel E* and May £.* Sisson, b. June 8, 1873. 

George Sisson, of "Tecumseh, Mich.; he m. 1st, 1848, Frances 
Taylor, she d. Aug. 29, 1859. Ch. b. Raisin, Mich.: Charles H. 
Sisson, b. Sept. 20, 1849 ; Cornelia Sisson, Dec. 4, 1853 ; Harriet 
E. Sisson, Jan. 3, 1856; Julia A. Sisson, Apr. 23, 1858. 

3778. 

JAMES 7 CLEVELAND (joh n «), m. June 28, 1874, Mrs. Mary 
Jane (Iveson) Abbott, b. Dover, Lenawee co., Mich., Aug. 22, 
1838, widow, da. George and Hannah (Nichols), res. Addison, 
Mich., farmer. Ch.: 

9451-2 Millie Minerva 8 , b. Apr. 20, 1875 ; James Milton 8 
Cleveland, b. Apr. 15, 1880. 

3785. 

JOHN 7 CLEVELAND (Charles*, Abel*, Moses*, Ben.s, Aaron*, Moses»), 

m. Angeline Wheeler, da. James; res. 1883, Peabody, Marion 
co., Kan. Ch.: 

9453-6 Frederick 8 Cleveland ; Minnie 8 Cleveland ; 
James" Cleveland ; Maggie May 8 Cleveland. 

3786. 

GEORGE. WASHINGTON 7 CLEVELAND (charies*), m. 
Jan. 18, 1874, Elizabeth Higgins, born Durham, Can., Sept. 18, 
1853, da. James and Jane (Perkins); res 1883, Cold water, Mich. 
Ch.: 9457 Grace A. 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 10, 1875, Coldwater, 
Mich. 

3788. 

William Merrit" 1 Squires (Sophia', Abel», Moses«, Ben.", Aaron"), 

m. Elgin, 111., Nov. 20, 1856, Harriet Wilgus Culbertson, b. Buf- 
falo, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1839, da. Cyrus Alexander and Catharine 
(Willoughby). Ch.: 

9458 De Ette* Squires (da.), born Jan. 3, 1858, Marengo, 
McHenry co., 111., died Chicago, 111., July 24, 1875 ; Frank J* 
Squires, b. Sept. 27, 1859, C, d. C, July 8, 1878; Kittie* Squires 
(named by gr. mother Culbertson), b. Jan. 10, 1861, C, d. Jan. 1, 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



1881; Edwin Cyrus 9 Squires, b. Nov. r8, 1862, C; Willoughby Mer- 
rit* Squires, b. Oct. i, 1864, C; Harry Dwight* Squires, b. Mar. 29, 
1867, C; M err it Frier* Squires, b. Apr. 10, 1869, C; George Mil- 
ton* Squires, Apr. 10, 1873, C; Lansing Orlando* Squires, Sept. 17, 
1874, C; Hattie Blanch* Squires, Dec. 21, 1878, C; Maud S* Squires, 
Sept. 1, 1880, C. 

William Merrif' Squires res. 1883 and for many years in Chi- 
cago; the well-known Superintendent of the North Chicago 
City Railway. 

3793. 

Ephvaivn? Meed (Sally«, Dyer 8 , Moses*, Benj.s, Aaron*), d. North 

Wharton, Potter co., Pa., Jan. 17, 1883, a. 65, m. 1st, Hornells- 
ville, N. Y., June 10, Aug. 5, 1841, Rebecca Fogle, b. Hornellsv., 
July 16, 1821, d. there Jan. 4, 1845., a da. Christopher and Char- 
lotte (Powell). He m. 2d, Sept. 15, 1845, Susan Predmore, b. 
Andover, Allegany co., N. Y., Mar. 5, a da. John and Christina 
(Sephors). Dwelt at Summit, Pa., farmer. Ch. by 1st m.: 

9459 Sarah Ann* Reed, b. Aug. 15, 1842, Hornellsv. 

9460 Mary Christina* Reed, b. Oct. 2, 1844, H. By 2d m. : 

9461 George Edwin* Reed, b. Sept. 8, 1846, Harts ville, N.Y. 

9462 Adelld Isabell* Reed, b. May 2, 1848, Hartsv., m. 1st, 
Sinnamahoning, Cameron co., Pa., Aug. 5, 1865, Ebry Haskins, 
b. Sylvania, Potter co., Pa., Aug. 6, 1840, a s. William and Nancy 
(Baley); was divorced from him, Mar. 7, 1881. She m. 2d, Cou- 
dersport, Pa., Mar. 14, 1881, Henry Clinton, b. Sylvania, July 3, 
1843, a s. Washington and Matilda (Booth), res. Costello, Pa., 
farmer and lumberman^ Ch. by 1st m., b. Summit : Monland 
Winfield* Haskins, b. May 28, 1870; Bertha Win/red" Haskins, b. 
May 22, 1873. 

9463 Arminda Mornilva* Reed, b. Dec. 18, 1849, '53> Hartsv., 
m. Aug. r, 1876, Hugh Haskins, b. Summit, July 10, 1848, a son 
Clark and Betsey (Bailey). Of Austin, Pa., farmer. Ch. born 
Summit: Archie Douglass* Haskins, Apr. 24, 1877; Nellie* Has- 
kins, Dec. 9, 1883. 

9464 Euphamia Isora* Reed, b. Feb. 25, 1850, Hartsv., died 
Parker's Landing, Md., Apr. 17, 187 1. s. p. 

9465 William Lawrence* Reed, b. July 19, 1851, Hartsv., d. 
Sinnamahoning, June 18, 1875. s. p. 

9466 Paulina Malvina* Reed, b. Nov. 22, 1858, Summit, m. 
Dec. 9, 1877, Jay J. Younglove, b. Andover, N. Y., Oct. 18, 185 1, 
a s. John Mires and Celestia (Baker), 1. Moors Run, Potter co., 
Pa., farmer and lumberman. Ch. b. M. R.: Irving* Younglove, b. 
Sept. 1, 1883, d.; Glendore Bayard 9 Younglove, b. Sept. 10, 1885. 

9467 Samantha Estella* Reed, b. Sept. 5, 186 1, Summit, m. 
July 4, 1 881, Miller Rees, b. Sylvania, Mar. 13, 1859, a son John 
Miller and Emma (Hall), 1. Sylv., farmer. Ch. b. Sylv.: Olen 
Ray* Rees, Sept. 20, 1882 ; Emma Gertrude* Rees, Aug. 27, 1885 ; 
John War ley* Rees, Aug. 27, 1887. 

3796. 

Luther 1 Heed (sarah«), m. Summit, Pa., Sept. 23, 1849, Lou- 
isa Catherine Chase, born Sweden, Potter co., Pa., May 19, 1835, 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



II9I 



da. Samuel and Caroline Margaret (Lewis), res. Borie, Potter 
co., Pa. (1889), farmer. Ch.: 

9468 Martha Ann* Reed, b. Mar. 23, 1851, Summit, d. Sum. 
June 28, 1887, m. Cherry Springs, Potter co., Pa., Dec. 19, 1873, 
William Dodd, b. Sweden, Pa., Dec. 20, 1846, s. Edmund and 
Martha (Slokem),l. Eldred, McKean co., Pa., 1889, harness maker. 
Ch.: Mamie Ella" Dodd, b. July 14, 1870, E. 

9469 William Bergoin* Meed, b. Sept. 29, 1853, Sum., m. July 
10, 1880, Orpha Rositer, b. Homer, Potter co., Pa. Feb. 17, 1865, 
da. George and Mary Jane (Dreemos), 1. Sylvania, Pa., farmer. 
Ch. b. Homer: Evie 9 Reed, Aug. 28, 1881 ; Iva Grace* Reed, Sept. 
3. 1882. 

9470 Paulina* Reed, b. Sept. 16, 1854, Hartsville, N. Y. 

9471 George Riley* Reed, b. Feb. 18, 1856, H., m. Couders- 
port, Pa., July 11, 1882, Emogene Whitney, b. Summit, Jan. 31, 
1863, da. Ebenezer and Amelia (Halstead), 1. Borie, farmer. Ch. 
b. Keating Summit, Potter co., Pa.: Clella 9 Reed, Apr. 12, 1884; 
Aurelia Augusta 9 Reed, Dec. 19, 1886. 

9472 Alpha* Reed, b. Jan. 16, 1858, Hartv., m. Salamanca, 
Cattaraugus co., N. Y., Aug. 5, 1883, Anna Demskey, b. Collmar, 
Germany, Jan. 1, 1864, da. Frank and Hannah (Demskey), 1. 1889 
Roulette, Potter co., Pa., harness mfr. Ch. b. Port Allegheny, 
Potter co., Pa.: Edward 9 Reed, Aug. 16, 1884 ; George 9 Reed, 
Nov. 1, 1888. 

9473 fames Adelbert* Reed, b. Feb. 5, i860, Sum., m. Syl- 
vania, Dec. 18, 1880, Barbara Wykoff, b. Syl. Feb. 18, 1864, da. 
Alexander and Martha (Sulfrege), 1. Syl. farmer. Ch.: Sallie 
Free 9 Reed, b. Nov. 16, 1886, Syl.; John Alexander 9 Reed, b. Mar. 
5, 1889, Meredith, Clare co., Mich. 

9474 Austin OrrieP Reed, b. Dec. 16, 1862, Sum., m. Freemans 
Run, Potter co., Pa., Aug. 26, 1886, Leonora Alvena Bonawitz, 
b. Cameron co., Pa., July 30, da. William and Elizabeth Ann 
(Britton), farmer. Ch.: Grade Viola 9 Reed, b. June 14, 1881, Sum. 

9475 Clarence Manning* Reed, b. 1864, Sum. 

9476 Ella Jane* Reed, b, Sept. 22, 1866, Sum., m. Keating, 
Oct 17, 1883, Orland Burt Haskins, b. Syl., s. William and 
Nancy (Bailey), farmer. Ch.: Sena Viola 9 Haskins, b. Feb. 2, 
1886, Sum. 

9477 Emma Grace* Reed, b. Aug. 5, 1868, Sum.,m. Freemans 
Run, Oct. 10, 1886, Christopher Columbus Rees, b. Syl., s. John 
Miller and Emma (Hall), 1. Costello, Pa., farmer. Ch.: Meral 9 
Rees, b. Sept. 9, 1888, C. 9478 Ida* Reed, b. Mar. 23, 1870, Sum. 

9479 Vorah* Reed, b. Oct. 1 o, i872,Sum.,m.01ean,N.Y.,Nov. 
1, 1888, George Washington Paterson, b. Sum., s. David and 
Sarah Ann (Maineer), 1. Lymansville, Potter co., Pa., carpenter. 
Amos Fish* Reed, b. Apr. 1, 1874, Sum. ; Edgar Card* Reed, b. 
Oct. 28, 1875, Sum.; Nettie May* Reed, Apr. 28, 1877, Sum.; Min- 
nie Orpha* Reed, Aug. 7, 1880, Sum. 

3798. 

Alonzo 1 Meed (saiiy 9 ), m. 1st, Sept. 19, 1855, Sarah Chase, 
she d. Sept. 20, 1862, da. Samuel and Caroline (Lewis). He m. 
2d, Feb. 2, 1863, Martha Jane Jordan, da. William and Mary 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



(Berfield), res. Borie, Pa., farmer. Ch. by ist m.: 9480 Mathias* 
Reed, b. July 29, 1856 ; James* Reed, Apr. 2, 1858 ; Alonzo* Reed, 
Sept. 20, i860. By 2dm.: 

9481 Lily Virginia? Reed, b. Oct. 22, 1864, d. Jan. 30, 1.888, m. 
Jan. 31, 1880, Kline Kephart; Mary Clarinda* Reed, b. Feb. 10, 
1865, d. Feb. 22, 1869 ; Annis Rosetta* Reed, b. Mar. 30, 1867 ; Hol- 
sey Edward* Reed, b. June 6, 187 1 ; Asa Allen* Reed, Feb. n, 1873; 
Nettie Arvenia* Reed, Aug. 28, 1875; Cora Arvilla* Reed, Apr. 28, 
1879. 

3799. 

Sarah Grace 7 Reed (saiiy) ? m. Hornellsville, N. Y., May 
16, 1850, William Baskin Ross, b. Wayne, Steuben co., N. Y., 
Jan. 5, 1826, a s. James (forefathers from Scotland)_and Cyn- 
thia (Baskin). Dwelt 1883 Summit, Pa., 1. 1889 Ayres Hill, Pa., 
farmer. Ch. : 

9482 Frances Ann* Ross, b. Apr. 4, 1851, Hornellsv., m. July 
3, 4, 1868, William Henry Rarey, b. Almond, Allegany c->., N.Y., 
1847, s. Hiram and Julia (Withee). Ch. b. Hebron, Po:ter co., 
Pa.: Oscar* Rarey, Apr. 28, 1870; John* Rarey, Mar. 30, 1872; Wil- 
liam Henry* Rarey, July 25, 1874 ; Nettie Emily* , b. Jan. 6, 1876, d. 
Oct. 26, 1888; Nellie*, b. Sept. 20, 1878 ; Frederick*, b. Sept. 20, 
1878; Fannie*, Dec. 14, 1880 ; Leon Don* Rarey, Sept. 20, 1883; 
Grover Cleveland* Rarey, Dec. 28, 1888. 

3801. 

Marinda 1 Meed (Saii y »), m. Apr. 17, 1851, Washington 
Haskins, b. Lisle, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1820, s. Anthony (of Scotch 
descent) and Eliza (Douglas), res. 1889 Coudersport, Pa., far- 
mer. Ch. b. Summit, Pa.: Saloama* Haskins, b. Oct. 12, 1853, d. 
S. Dec. 2, i860; George Alonzo* Haskins, b. June 8, 1855. 

9483 Mary Paulina* Haskins, b. Jan. 18, 1857, m. July 29, 
1872, Alanson F. Ayres, b. Sweden, Pa., Mar. 7, 1853, s. Alfred 
and Maranda Alvina (Furman), 1. Coudersp. Furman ancestry .• — 
William 1 m. Betsey Wheaton ; Maranda A. 2 Furman, b. Wisco- 
nesus, Livingston co., N. Y., Oct. 8, 1826, m. Alfred Ayres, b. 
Sweden tp. Ch. b. Summit : Addie May* Ayres, June 12, 1873 ; 
Arthur Winfield* Ayres, Sept. 28, 1880. 

9484 Sarah Ann* Haskins, b. Sept. 16, i860, m. Nov. 26, 
1877, Peter Card, b. 1855, farmer. Ch. b. S.: Eve S* Card, Aug. 
30, 1878; Melvin* Card, May 18, 1882; Norman* Card, Jan. 20, 
1886. William* Haskins, b. Sept. 16, 1862, d. S. Apr. 2, 1865. 

9485 Alice May* Haskins, b. May 1, 1864, m. Job Bidlack, 
b. North Rome, Bradford co., Pa., Sept. 16, 1859, s. James ; far- 
mer. Elizabeth Jane* Haskins, b. Oct. 13, 1 867 ; Charles Arnold* 
Haskins, b. July 6, 1869. 9486-7 Lra* Haskins, b. May 15, 1873 >' 
Ida* Haskins, b. May 15, 1873, m. 1888 Ora Campbell, b. Ham- 
mersby Fork, Clinton co., Pa., 1865, s. James and Elizabeth 
Campbell (Wykoff). Alma* Haskins, b. Jan. 8, d. S. Oct. 24, 1875; 
William Ward* Haskins, b. Nov. 8, 1877, d. Sum. Sept. 25, 1880 ; 
James Avery*, b. Mar. 30, d. S. Aug. 3, 1879. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



3802. 



ii93 



LUTHER JAMES 7 CLEVELAND (James*, Dyer', Moses*, Ben- 
jamin', Aaron*, Moses'), m. 1st, Worth, Sanilac co., Mich., Oct. 24, 
1848, Almira Reynolds, b. n. Toronto, Can., July 15, 1831, d. 
Vicksburg, St. Clair co., Mich., Apr. 23, 1857, da. Arnold and 
Mary. He m. 2d, Port Huron, Mich., Oct. 12, 1858, Esther Ann 
Brown, b. Pleasant Ridge, N. B. (n. Calais, Washington co., 
Me.), Apr. 9, 1837, d. Oshkosh, Wis., May 19, 187 1, da. Ebenezer 
and Mary (Ryder), res. Quinnesec, Menominee co., Mich, 1882, 
farmer. A valued correspondent. Ch. by 1st m.: Luther 
George 8 , b. July 16, Lexington, Sanilac co., Mich., d. L. 17, 1849. 
9488 Eugene Arnold 8 , b. Aug. 17, 1851, Greenfield, O., d. 
Worth, Mich., May 20, 1867. Son 8 , b. June, 1853, Port Huron, 
Mich., d. same day ; Son 8 , b. Aug., 1854, Vickburg, Mich., d. 
same day ; Son 8 , b. Apr. 22, 1857, V., d. same day. By 2d m. : 

9489 Mary Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 3, 1859, Davis- 
ville, Sanilac co., Mich., m. 1st, Oshkosh, Dec. 12, 1878, William 
Pindar; divorced. She m. 2d, Minneapolis, Minn., June 16, 
1884, George Sheldon Utley, b. Sangate, Vt, Oct. 18, 1849, s. 
Stephen M. and Clarissa E. (Beebe). Dwelt Quinnesec 1882 ; 
res. 1885 Chicago, 111.; storage business, 9490-1 Elbert James 8 , 
b. Oct. 25, 1861, Davisville, Mich.; Frank Luther 8 , b. July 3, 
1864, Davisville, Mich.; Son 8 , b. May, 1867, Oshkosh, d. same day. 

3803. 

LUNA MELISSA 7 CLEVELAND (james«), m. 1st, Groton, 
Erie co., O., Feb. 22, 1859, Ransom Dutcher, b. Muscosh tp., 
Erie co., O., May 25, 1834, d. Greenfield Centre, O., Dec. 2, 1863, 
a s. Ransom and Polly (Glenn). She m. 2d, G., Jan. 1, 1873, 
Isaac Runner, b. n. Hagerstown, Md., Feb. 7, 1822, s. Michael 
and Mary Elizabeth (Kloninger), res., 1883, Castalia, O., farmer. 
Ch. by 1 st m. : 

9492 Lizzie 9 Dutcher, b. Aug. 20, 1861, C, m. Mar. 17, 1881, 
James Wilson, s. James and -Mary Elizabeth ; he deserted her. 
Alma Ransom* Dutcher, b. Nov. 10, 1863, d. Feb. 2, 1870. By 2d 
m. : 9493 Jay Willie 9 Runner, b. May 19, 1874. 

3805. 

SAMUEL AINSLEE 7 CLEVELAND (james«), m. in 
Chickasaw co., la., Apr. 29, 1855, Jane Parker (his 2d cousin on 
his mother's side), b. in Knox co., 111., Feb. 17, 1839, da. Ackley 
and Roxanna (Thompson) ; they separated. Res., 1883, 
Nashua, la. Ch. : 

9494 Esther Melissa 6 Cleveland, b. Feb. 23, 1856, N., 
m. N., June 21, 1873, Lemuel Bean, b. Williamstown, Ingham 
co., Mich., Feb. 23, 1856, s. Richard and Sarah (Cook), 1. Nashua, 
1883. Ch. : Frederick Ainslee* Bean, b. Apr. 21, 1873 ; Myrtie* Bean, 
b. Feb. 6, 1876, d. Fontanelle, Adair co., la., Nov. 7, 1879; 
Samuel" Bean, b. Sept. ; Jane Ellen 9 Bean, b. Sept. n, 1882. 

9495 Sylvia 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 8, 1858, Floyd co., la., 
m. F. co., July 6, 188 r, Noah Greenwood Lambert, b. Charles 
City, la., July 21, 1859, s. Hiram and Harriet (Greenwood). 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



Ch. : Hiram Samuel 9 Lambert, b. May 28, 1882, Verndale, Wadena 
co., Minn. 

9496-9502 James Ackley 8 Cleveland, b. July 21, i860, 
Chickasaw co., la'., unm., 1883 ; George Franklin 8 , b. Dec. 25, 
1862, Fulton co., 111., unm., 1883; Phebe Ann 8 , b. Mar. 17, 1865, 
Rock Island co., 111., unm., 1883 ; Bettie Bell 8 , b. Oct. 16, 1869, 
Morgan co., Mo. ; Alice Angeline", b. Feb. 20, 1873, Rock I. 
co., d. Chickasaw co., Oct. 23, 1880; Clarence Gasper 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Oct. 3, 1876, C. co. ; Luther Eugene 8 Cleveland, b. 
Feb. 28, 1879 ; Ernest Earl 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 5, 1881, C. co. 

3819. 

Jerome Benjamin 1 Harding (Esther*, Dyer», Moses*, Benj.', 

Aaron"), m. Canisteo, N. Y., July 4, 1853, Sylvia Upson, b. Can- 
isteo, Sept. 2, 1834, d. DeWitt, Clinton co., la., May 10, 1867, a 
da. Calvin and Betty (Stephens), res. (1883-95), Cedar Springs, 
Mich., farmer. Ch. : 

9503 John David* Harding, b. June 18, 1854, Canisteo, m. 
Canisteo, Dec. 25, 1880, Frank Vanderlip, b. Canisteo, Sept. 2, 

1855, da. William and (Roberts), sash and blind maker. 

s. P. 

9504 Madelia Delphine* Harding, b. Dec. 15, 1855, Canisteo, 
m. Cedar Springs, Mich., Aug. 25, 1872, Andrew Vonn Briggs, 
b. Penn Yan, N. Y., July 25,, 1850, s. Benona Burrows and 
Fanny Jane (Rector), farmer. Ch. b. Edgerton, Kent co., 
Mich. : Lorena May 9 Briggs, b. Mar. 15, 1874 ; Frankey Earl 9 Briggs, 
Jan. 14, 1 881. Drayton Orsamus* Harding, b. Nov. 8, 1865, Dixon, 
111., unm., engineer. 

3824. 

Elizabeth 1 Drake (Elizabeth', Dyer*, Moses*, Ben. s, Aaron 2 , Moses"), 

m. 1st, Sandusky, O., Mar. 13, 1854, John White, b. Aug. 22, 
1792, d. Groton, O., Sept. 24, 1863, a s. Elijah and Sarah. She 
m. 2d, Sandusky, Apr. 2, 1864, Myron Francis Baker, b. June 
25, 1840, s. Asa. Ch. by 1st m. : 

9505 Ida Elizabeth* White, b. Aug. 6, 1855, Fremont, O., m. 
F., Oct. 21, 1879, Malcolm S. McDonald, b. Milan, O., Feb. 20, 
1854, s. William and Jane (Canada), 1. Clyde, O., farmer. Ch. : 
Laurel Elmer* McDonald, b. Oct. 12, 1880, C. By 2d m. : 

9506 Frederick Hezekiah* Baker, b. June 17, 1865 ; John 
White 8 Baker, b. Apr. 7, 1868, d. Aug. 31, 1872 ; Bertha May 8 
Baker, b. Sept. 16, 1872. 

3827. 

Dyer Cleveland? Drake (Elizabeth*), m. Atalissa, la., Susan 
Wells of A., res., 1883, Castalia, O. Ch. : 9507-8 Alice* Drake; 
Alma* Drake; Elizabeth* Drake; Addie* Drake; Delia* Drake; 
Albert* Drake. 

3841. 

CLARK 7 CLEVELAND (Sylvantis«, James", Moses*, Ben.', Aaron', 

Moses* \ d. Decatur, Morgan co., Ala., Apr. 27, 1864, a. 33, m. 
Hornellsville, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1857, Lydia Winfield, b. Feb. 



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21, 1838. (She m. 2d, May 11, 1868, Ransley Cheney). Ch. 
b. Neenah, Clayton co., Wis. : 9509-10 Adelbert 8 , b. Apr. 24, 
1859 ; Lewis Eugene 6 , b. July 4, i860, d. 1868 ; Lester Clark 8 
Cleveland, b. Feb. 20, 1864. 

Clark 7 Cleveland dwelt at Neenah, farmer. A gallant 
volunteer in the late war, enlisted. Nov., 1863, in 32c! Wis. Vols., 
died, in hospital for his country. 

3842. 

HULDAH 7 CLEVELAND (Sylvanus 8 , James", Moses*, Ben.s, Aaron'), 

m. Hornellsville, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1854, Alanson O. Moore ; res., 
Manchester, la., painter. Ch. : 

95 1 1 Ella Ida* Moore, b. Mar. 29, 1856, Rockford, 111., m. 
Manchester, Apr. 3, 1878, George Lister of M., hardware merch. 

3843. 

BYRON 7 CLEVELAND (s y ivanus«), m. Manchester, la., 
Sept. 25, 187 1, Jennie E. Preston, res., Larchwood, Lyon co., 
la., 1883, farmer. Ch. : 9512-6 Rhoda 8 ; James 8 ; Lester 8 ; 
Albert 8 ; Lewis 8 Cleveland. 

News telegram : Dubuque, la., Jan. 18, 1888. Byron Cleveland of Manchester has re- 
ceived information that his 2 sons, a. 15 and 17 years, froze to death. The boys driving 
cattle to water a mile distant when blizzard struck them. Their bodies just found. 

3849. 

EU&abeth'' Persing (Hannah«, James's Moses*, Ben.3, Aaron»), d. 

Feb. 2, 1863, a. 28, m. Clyde, O., Mar. 25, 1858, Philemon B. 
Berry, b. Sept. 4, 1823 ; res., Clyde, merchant. Ch. : 

9517 Jennie Elizabeth* Berry, b. Dec. 5, 1859, Clyde, m. in 
N. Y., June 1, 1882, Louis Leppelman of Fremont, O., b. F., 
Jan. 29, i860, s. Louis and Rose (Dougherty). 

3860. 

ELLETHRA 7 CLEVELAND (Oliver", James', Moses*, Ben.', Aaron"), 

m. Hornellsville, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1876, as 2d w., Ebenezer Page. 
(He m. 1st, Clara 7 Cleveland +3862.) Ch. : 9518 Clara 9 Page, 
b. Nov. 18, 1878; Fred* Page, Sept. 9, 1882. - 

3862. 

CLARA 7 CLEVELAND (oiiver«), d. May 3, 1874, a. 25, m. 
Canisteo, N. Y., May 15, 1870, as 1st w., Ebenezer Page. (He 
m. 2d, Ellethra 7 Cleveland +3860). 

3864. 

BRADFORD 7 CLEVELAND (john«, James*, Moses*, Ben.s, Aaron", 

Mosesi), m. Hornellsville, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1869, Harriet Kaple, b. 
Feb. 28, 1847, da. Luther and Abigail ; res., Hornellsville, 
farmer. Ch. : 9519 Jennie 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 7, 1875, H. 



II9 6 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3865. 

JAMES 7 CLEVELAND (john«), in. Canisteo, N. Y., Mar. 27, 
1878, Carrie Hall, b. July 31, 1858, da. Zenas and Selina. R. R. 
employe. Ch. : 9520 William 9 Cleveland, b. Jan. 2, 1879, 
Hornellsville, N. Y. 

3866. 

MARY ELLA 7 CLEVELAND (Darius Williams", Jamess, Moses*, 
Benjamins, Aaron", Moses*), m. Dubuque, la., Sept. 15, 1881, John 

Beattie, b. Hornellsville, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1852, s. Thomas and 
Amanda (Hendershott). Ch. : 9521 Darius John* Beattie, b. and 
d. July 20, 1882 ; Thomas Cleveland 1 Beattie, b. Nov. 5, 1883. 
John Beattie res., 1884, Swan Lake, la., farmer.- 

Hendershott ancestry ,■ — Samuel 1 , b. 1800? m. Maria Kile, da. Conrad and Euphemia 
(McMichael) ; Amanda 8 Hendershott m. Thomas Beattie. 

3870. 

HcmflCth 7 WaVCl (JsTertey* Ward, Hezekiah* Ward, Hezekiah* Ward, 

jane 3 , Samuel, Mosesi), d. Buckland, Mass., Feb. 24, 1833, a. 58, m. B- 
Dec. 12, 1793, Jeremiah Ward, b. Upton, Mass., Sept. 14, 1765, 
d. Buckl. May 10, 1847, a s. John and Mary (Torrey). Ch. : 

9522 Josiah* Ward,b. Mur. 20, 1795, m. Mar. 26, 1818; Sally 
Perkins, dwelt Buckland 1850. Ch. : Sally Maria 9 Ward, h. Apr. 
3, 1820 ; Josiah Perkins 9 , b. Apr. 23, 1823, m., Oct., 1847, Catharine 
Isadore Taylor, 1. Buckland ; Jeremiah Sumner 9 , b. May 24, 1824, m. 
Dec. 1, 1847, Caroline Hitchcock, 1. Buckl.; Alanson Wendell 3 , b. 
Jan. 16, 1827 ; Luke Augustus 9 , Nov. 1, 1829 ; Samuel Ashmun 9 , 
Apr. 20, 1832 ; Cynthia Eliza 9 Ward, Oct. 31, 1834. 9523 Jane 8 
Ward, b. June 9, 1797, m. Alfred Perkins. 9524 Sumner* Ward, 
b. Jan. 25, 1800, m. Mar. 6, 1827, Sabra Lathrop of Dover, Pis- 
cataquis co., Me.; dwelt Dover, and, 1850, Windsor Locks, 
Hartford co., Conn. Ch. : several, b. Dover : Sarah 9 Ward, b. 
Sept. 15, 1827, d. W. Springfield Oct. 26, 1846 ; Josiah 9 Ward, b. 
Mar. 15, 1829 ; Martin 9 Ward, Feb. 9, 1831 ; Lucy Jane 9 Ward, b. 
May 12, 1833, m., 1849, William Lathrop ; Roselld* Ward, b. May 
9, 1835 ; Sumner P 9 Ward, Dec. 25, 1836; Alfred L 9 Ward, Mar. 
18, 1840; EdwardS 9 Ward, Nov. 25, 1843. 

9525 Jeremiah* Ward, b. Jan. 11, 1803, m., Aug. 27, 1827, 
Sarah Hill of Williamsburg, Mass.: dwelt, 1850, W. Springfield. 
Ch. : Harrison Otis 9 Ward, b. Feb. 7, 1829, Buckl., d. W. Spring. 
Oct. 21, 1849; Mary Ann 9 Ward, b. May 3, 1830, Charlemont, 
Mass.; Henry Clay 9 Ward, b. Jan. 21, 1832, Hawley, Mass.; Lucre- 
tia Hill 9 Ward, b. Aug. 23, 1833, Williamsburg, d. Sept. 2, 1833 ; 
Laura Almira 9 Ward, b. Aug. 6, 1834, W. ; Ansel HUP Ward, b. 
Nov. 7, 1837, Goshen, Mass., d. Apr. 18, 1841 ; Sumner Wayne 9 
Ward, b. Apr. 21, 1839, G. ; Ellen Elizabeth 9 Ward, Apr. 18, 1841, 
W. Springfield ; Sarah Jane 9 Ward, b. Sept. 20, 1842, Goshen, d. 
W. Spring. Jan. 27, 1848 ; Catharine Amelia 9 Ward, b. Aug. 8, 1844, 
G. ; Albert Sumner 9 Ward, Jan. 10, 1846, G. 

9526 John" Ward, b. Apr. 6, 1806, m. Mary Burns; dwelt 
Boston 1849, Buffalo, N. Y., 1850. Ch. : Several 9 . 

'9527 Hannah* Ward, b. Feb. 27, 1809, m. James Kelton, 



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1 197 



name changed to Carlton by Legis. Luke* Ward, b. Sept. 17, 
1811, d. July 19, 1814. 

Jeremiah Ward lived at Buckland. 

Ward ancestry of Jeremiah Ward: —William 1 , Tohn a Tsee +3249] : William' of New- 
ton, Mass., m. Abigail ; John 4 m. Deborah ; John 5 Ward, b. Aug. 12, 1720, m. Mary Tor- 
rey o£ Mendon, Mass. — A. H. Ward's Ward gen,, qS. 

3871. 

John Graham 7 Ward {Keriey* Ward), d. Albany, N. Y., 
Sept. 17, 1806, a. 29, m. June 29, 1801, Susannah Carter. (She 
tn. 2d, Buckland, Mass., Mar. 10, 18 19, Elisha Pike.) Ch. : 9528- 
9 Emily* Ward, m. in N. Y. ; John Graham* Ward, m.; dwelt 
Northampton 1850. 

3872. 

Jonathan? Ward {Keriey*ward), m. 1st, Nov. 26, 1801, Ruth 
Taylor, she d. Buckland, Mass. He m. 2d,|Sept. 27, 1805, Susannah 
Taylor, she d. after 1827, sister to Ruth. He m. 3d Relief Ing- 
ram, she d. B. July 31, 1844. He m 4th Electa Bigelow. Dwelt . 
Buckland 1850. , 1st m. s. p. Ch. by 2d m. : Jasher Taylor* Ward, 
b. Dec. 15, 1806, dwelt Buckl. ; Susanna Kelley*. Ward, b. July 28, 
1808, dwelt in Wis.; Ruth Lumira? Ward, May 19, 1810, dwelt 
Plainfield. 

9530 Elvira Eliza* Ward,b. Feb. 29, 181 2, m. Sept. 28, 1843, 
Bela Mitchell, dwelt Plainf. 1850. 9531-5 Jonathan 8 Ward, b. 
Feb. 4, 1 8 14, dwelt in Wis.; Hezekiak'' Ward, b. Feb. 25, 18 16, 
dwelt at Buckland ; Gratia* Ward, b. Dec. 20, 181 7, m. Sept. 26, 
1844, William Jewett, dwelt in Wis. ; Kerly Graham* Ward, b. 
Mar. 22, 1820, m., 1847, Julia Howard, dwelt Buckland; Samuel 1 ' 
Ward, b. June 1, 1823, m. 1846, Rebecca Field, dwelt Buckl.; 
Deucy* Ward, b. Aug. 4, 1825, dwelt Buckl. ; Catharine* Ward, b. 
Nov. 10, 1827, dwelt Plainfield. 3d and 4th m. s. p. 

3886. 

Calvin? ILeyeS (Calvin* Keyes, Elizabeth* Ward, Hezekiah* Ward, Jane', 

Samueia, Mosesi), d. Charlemont, Mass., 1874, a. 89, m. ab. 1809, 
Jemima Hillman of Martha's Vineyard, Mass., she d. Winches- 
ter, Middlesex co., Mass., 1866, dwelt Conway, after at Charle- 
mont. Ch. : 9536 Love* Keyes, b. 1810, m= Clarksburg, Mass., 
Oren Cook. Ch. : 5 Daughters*, 3 Sons*, one of whom d. in army. 

9537 Laura* Keyes, b. 1812, tn. Ephraim Leonard, he d. 1878, s. p. 

9538 Seth* Keres, b. 1814, d. Charlemont 1874, m. Mila Ann Smith. 
Ch. : 2 Daughters* . 

9539 Luther* Keyes, b. 1816 Charl., m. Rosaline Courser, 
]. Rowe, Franklin co., Mass., farmer. Ch. : Oscar" Keyes, 1. Pitts- 
field, Mass. ; Delia" Keyes ; Emma* Keyes; Charles* Keyes, d. ; Lydia* 
Keyes, m., 1. Rowe ; Luther* Keyes, 1. Rowe ; Levi 1 Keyes, b. 181 8, 1. 
n. Ogdensburg, N. Y. 9540 Susan* Keyes, b. 1820, m. Write 
More, 1. Athol, Mass.. Ch. : 5. 

-f-9541 Lorenzo D* Keyes, b. Oct. 17, 1822. 

9542-3 Lewis Harf Keyes, b. Apr. 14, 1824, m. Marissa 
Davis, 1. Athol. Ch. : 3 Daughter 9 ; Electa* Keyes, b. May, 1826, 
m. Charles Upton, 1. Charlemont. Ch. : 4, 2 of whom d. 



1 198 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3891. 

JoeV Keyes {Calvin* Keyes), m. Apr. 26, 1828, Hannah L. Porter, 
b. 1807, d. Sept. 16, 1876, 1. Conway, Mass. Ch. : 
Sylvester W." Keyes, ) d. in infancy. 
Miranda J* Keyes, \ d. aged 2 years. 

9544 Christopher C* Keyes, b. Oct. 5, 1829, m. Sophronia 
Smith, 1. Northampton, Mass. Ch. : 2 s., 3 da. 

9545 James P. 3 Keyes, b. July 2, 1831,- m. Jane E. Aber- 
crombie, 1. Conway. Ch. :3 s. 

9546 Wealthy R.* Keyes, b. Mar. 31, 1833, d. Feb. 22, 1872, m. 
William Rhood. Ch. : 2 s., 2 da. 

' 9547 Miranda J? Keyes , b. June 2, 1838, m. Alvin B. Stone, 
1. Claremont, N. H. Ch. : 10. 

9548 Viola 9 Keyes, b. Apr. 4, 1839, m. Rodney Blodgett, 1. 
Greenfield, Mass Ch. : 2 s., 1 da. 

9549 J oe ? Keyes, b. Jan. 28, 1841, m. Sarah D. Brown, 1. 
Conway. Ch. : 2 s. 

9550 Fidelia* Keyes, b. June 12, 1844, m. Stephen Smith, 1. 
Greenfield. Ch. : 1 da. 

9551 Simeon P.* Keyes, b. Sept. 12, 1847, m - Francis Allen, 1. 
Conway. Ch. : 4 s., 1 da. 9552-3 Sylvester P. a Keyes, b. Nov. 12, 
1849, unm., 1. St. Louis, Mo. ; Dwight A? Keyes, b. Aug. 5, 1855, 
untn., 1. Conway, Mass. 

3899. 

CalVin tTwdSOri 1 Ward {Jonathan* Ward,Nahum* Ward, Hezekiah* 

Ward, jane', Samuel*), d. 1830, a. 22, m., 1829, Eliza Ann Hayward, 
b. May 9, 181 1 (she m. 2d Jonathan Erwin 1 Ward +3900). • 

3900. 

Jonathan Erwiri 1 Ward {Jonathan* ward), m. Jan. 2, 1833, 
Mrs. Eliza Ann (Hayward) Ward, wid. of Calvin Judson 1 Ward 
4-3899. Dwelt, 1850, Upton, Mass. Ch. : 

.9554 Melissa Ann* Ward, b. Apr. 8, 1834 ; Waldo Flint* 
Ward, Aug. 31, 1836 ; Selina Melita* Ward, Feb. 14, 1843. 

3922. 

^Jmira 1 Ward {Bernard* Ward, William* Ward, Charles* Ward, Jane 3 , 

Samuei»), m. ist, Mar. 5, 1809, Jonathan Scott of Fairfax, Vt, b. 
1787, d. F. Mar. 20, 1839. She m. 2d, George King, res. always 
Fairfax. Ch. by ist m. : 9555-8 Maria* Scott, m. Aaron Drew, 1. 
185 1 Fairfax; Almira R* Scott, unm.; res. Fletcher, Franklin 
co., Vt.; Madison* Scott, m. Hannah Beade, 1. Fairfax, Vt. ; Har- 
rison* Scott, b. July 4, 1 814, m. Granville, O., July 4, 1838, Esther 
A. Loursbury, 1. Cincinnati, O. ; Jackson* Scott, d., a. 2 y. 

9559 Nelson* Scott (Rev.), m. Esther or Martha Gaylord 
of East Windsor, Conn., a da. Eleazier and Hannah (Haskell); 
res., 1 85 1, E. Windsor. 

Gaylord ancestry : — William 1 ; William 2 ; Nathaniel 3 [see +3160] ; Ensign Eliakim*, 
b. Dec. 4, 1707, jn. Elizabeth Haydon : Eleazur" m. Sylvia Clarke ; Eleazier* Gaylord m. 
ist Hannah Haskell.— Wm. Gaitlard's Gaylord gen., 32. 

9560-2 Zeruiah* Scott, unm., res. Fairfax, Vt., 1851 ; Eliza* 
Scott, m. Rufus Montague ; Chauncey Ward* Scott, m. Prudence C. 
Chase, 1. Fletcher, Vt. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1 199 



9563 Chandler Ward 8 Scott, b. June 4, 1827, m. Mason, War- 
ren co., O., Oct., 1849, Sarah Carrington of M., 1. Cincinnati, O.; 
9564 Benjamin Franklin* Scott, unm., 1. Fletcher 1851. 2d m. s. p. 

3923. 

Chauncey" 1 Ward (Bernard* Ward), m. 1st, Sept. 12, 1811, 
Parlay or Perley L. Scott of Poultney, Vt, she d. Athens, O., 
Aug. 8, 1825, da. Paul of P. He m. 2d, Dec. 20, 1825, Hannah 
T. Brown of Athens, she d. July 29, 1828. He m. 3d, Gallipolis, 
Gallia co., 0., Oct. 22, 1829, Patty C. Hay ward. Dwelt Poult- 
ney, Fairhaven, Vt, to 1821, Athens, Amesville, Athens co., O., 
1851. Ch.: 

9565 Paul Scott 8 Ward, b. July 21, 1813, Fairhaven, died 
Farmington, Van Buren co., la., 1845, m - Farm., Mar. 9, 1845, 
Sarah Alfrey. Ch.: Adelia Jane* Ward, b. Dec. 21, 1845. 

9566 Samuel Newell* Ward, b. Apr. 15, 1816, Fairhaven, 1. 
Gallia co., O. 

9567 Adaline A. or Adelia D* Ward, b. Feb. 6, 1820, Fairh., 
m. Mar. 8, 1843, Charles Ames of W. Rutland, Vt, 1. 1850, Poult- 
ney. Ch. b. W. Rutland : Annetta Jane 9 Ames, b. 1844 ; Charles* 
Ames, b. 1846. 

9568 Perley Jane* Ward, b. Oct. 2, 1826, unm. 1850. Han- 
nah B* Ward, b. July 21, d. Sept. 27, 1828. 

3925. 

Parley or Perley 7 Ward (daughter) (Dexter*- ward), died 
Burlington, Vt., Dec. 27, 1820, a. 27, m. May 16, 181 1, Josiah 
Boyenton or Boynton of Underhill, Vt., he d. soon after 1820 ; 
dwelt Burlington, Vt. Ch. : Mary* Boyenton. 

9569-70 Charles W* Boyenton, m., 1. Wis. 1850 ; Samuel H* 
Boyenton, m., 1. Essex, Vt. s. p. 

9571 Eliza M* Boyenton, m. Aug. 13, 1847, Chester Blanch- 
ard of Underhill. Ch.: Sally E." Blanchard j Ducilla* Blanchard. 

3932. 

.MonSOn 7 Or WunSOn 7 JPond (Louisa* Ward, William* Ward, 
Charles* Ward, Jane", Samuels), d. Belmond, Wright CO., la., Oct. I, 

1871, a. 77, m. 1st, Jan. 1, 1822, Esther R. ^Fuller of Poultney, 
Vt, b. Sept. 1, 1803, died Milan, O., June 29, 1841, da. Rev. 
Isaac. He m. 2d, 1862, Mrs. Dewey of Rockford, 111., widow. 
Dwelt Poultney to 1840, Milan af. Ch. b. Poultney, by 1st 
in.: Harriet* Pond, b. Mar. 29, 1823, d. July 29, 1833; Hiram* 
Pond, b. Dec. 26, 1825, d. June 26, 1826. 

9572 Josephine J* Pond, b. Sept. 3, 1828, m. Oct. 26, 1852, 
Hiram J. Crawford of Bronson, O., 1. Cal., 1874. 

9573 Sarah Alphonsine* Pond, b. June 21, 1831, m. Charles 
Saunders. 

9574 Mary F* Pond, born June 23, 1833, m. Nov. 2, 1854, 
Levi L. Warren, 1. 1870, Joliet, 111. Ch.: Ellen Havilock* Warren, 
b. July 24, 1857, d. May 8, 1858 ; Puthie 9 Warren, b. July, 1859. 

9575 Gulian Ver'plank* Pond, b. May 13, 1835, m. 1st, Feb. 
3, 1856, Jane Huyk of Bronson, b. May 10, 1835, d. Scott, Ogle 



1200 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

co., 111., Dec. 3, 1858. He m. 2d, Jan. 28, i860, Nancy Elvira 
Hutchinson, b. Apr. 19, 1838. Ch. b. S., by istm.: Clarie Jane 9, 
Pond, b. Nov. 25, 1857. By 2d m.: Noel Dewey 3 Pond, born Oct. 
29, i860; Clara Kendrick* Pond, Jan. 28, 1863. 

9576 Durlin Brayton 8 Pond, b. July 23, 1837, m. 1862, Sarah 
Gates Dewey, b. Richmond, Mass.; cavalry soldier late war, 1. 
1874, Belmond, merch. Ch.: Linnceus Cuvier* Pond, b. Jan. 14, 
1864, Scott; Minnie Claire* Pond, b. July 27, 1865, Belm.; Allie 
Josephine 9 Pond, b. June 1, 1869, Belm. 

9577 Clark Kendrick 6 Pond, b. June 13, 1840, died in U. S. 
army during late war, enlisted 111. Cav. 2d m.: s. p. — A. H 
Ward's Ward gen., 205 j Pond gen., 68. 

3933. 

Dati 7 Pond (Louisa* Ward), d. Stillman Valley, Ogle co., 111.,, 
Oct. 17, 1873, a. 78, m. Minerva L. Skinner of Granville, N. Y., 
b. Apr. 7, 1807, d. Apr. 9, 1858, da. Hon. Reuben. Ch. b. Gran- 
ville : 

9578 Caroline Frances* Pond, b. Nov. 13, 1830, m. Mar. 17, 
1857, William Tyler Goodhue, dwelt Beloit, Wis. Ch.: Minnie 
Lawrence* Goodhue, b. Sept. 2, 1858; Elizabeth Moore* Goodhue, b. 
Apr. 15, i860. 

9579 Eleanor Westcott* Pond, b. Feb. 3, 1833, m. Sept. 2, 
1866, Luther C. Baker of Stillman V., b. Feb. 6, 1826, dwelt S. 
V. Ch. : Alice L* Baker, b. Dec. 24, 1869 ; Nellie May* Baker, b. 
July 23, 1871, d. Oct. 6, 1873. 

9580 Frederick Skinner* Pond, b. June 15, 1839. 

Dr. Dan 1 Pond grad. 181 9, Castleton Medical Coll., practised 
first, extensively, with Prof. Woodward, M.D., Pres. Castleton 
Med. Coll. Dwelt, 1850, Whitehall, N. Y., after at Granville. 
Health failed, gave up practice, rem. to Winnebago co., 111.,, 
finally dwelt with his da. at Beloit. — Pond gen., 69 ; Ward gen. r 
205. 

3934. 

Philip 1 JPond (Louisa* Ward), d. Oct. IO, 1873, a. 77, m. Apr. 

14, 1823, Julia Ransom of Poultney, Vt., b. Oct. 10, 1802, d. Sept. 
25, 1870, da. John. Ch.: 

9581 Horace Ransom* Pond, M.D., b. Jan. 11, 1824, d. Sac- 
ramento City, Cal., Aug. 16, 1849, physician. 

9582 Mary Jane* Pond, b. Nov. 14, 1825, m. Sept. 30, 1845,. 
Delos F. Herrick, 1. 1850, Troy, Pa. Ch.: Mary Louisa* Herrick y 
b. Jan. 28, 1855, d. Sept. 15, 1861; Mattie Medora* Herrick, born 
Mar. 23, 1863. 

9583 Julia Ami 9 Pond, b. Dec. 29, 1827, m. Sept. 22, 1858, 
Charles Sullivan Proctor. 

9584 Bushrod Washington* Pond, born Dec. 30, 31, 1829, m. 
Madora Greenow of Rutland, Vt. Ch.: Bessie* Pond, b. 1871. 

9585 Martha Paulina* Pond, b. June 10, 1832, d. Apr. 29,. 
1861, m. Nov. 23, 1854, Rowland K. Curtis. Ch.: Julia C* Curtis r 
b. Apr. 26, 1857 ; Emma Jane* Curtis, b. Jan. 2, i860, d. Feb. 21, 
1869. 

9586 Henry Asahel* Pond, b. Dec. 21, 29, 1834, m. Dec. 22,. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. I2 OI 

1863, Martha Lewis of Poultney. Ch.: John Philip* Pond, born 
Oct. 13, 1864 ; Frederick Lewis" Pond, May 6, 1866 ; Charles Delos 9 
Pond, June 30, 1870. 

9587 John Ransom* Pond, b. Nov. 22, 1837, d. Mar. 31, 1858. 
Col. Philip 1 Pond resided at Castleton, Vt, farmer ; was col. 

of militia. — Pond gen., dp ; Ward gen., 206. 

3936. 

Louisa 1 Pond {Louisa* Ward), m. Dec. 2, 1830, Solomon 
Farewell or Farwell, s. Benjamin of Poultney, Vt., 1. 1850, Cas- 
tleton, Vt. Ch.: 

9588 Cuthburt Collingwood* Farwell, born Oct. 21, 183 1, m. 
Mary A. Fifield. 

9589 Marietta £. B Farwell, b. Mar. 23, 1833, m. Feb. 8, 1862, 
Burton Barber. Minerva*, h. June 22, 1836, d. May 9, 1842. 

9590 Caroline*' Farwell. b. Feb. 22, 1838, m. Dec. 7, 1857, 
Bartram Parker. Ch.: Eleanor M. 9 Parker, born Nov. 25, 1859; 
Corella 9 Parker, Sept. 23, 1861. 

9591 Louisa* Farwell, b. May 22, 1839. 

3937. 

Angeline 1 JPond (Louisa* Ward), m. Poultney, Vt., Feb. 27, 
1822, Silas Pond, b. Aug. 27, 1798, d. May 28, 1857, a s. Silas and 
Lucinda (Lee). Ch.: Electa* Pond, b. Dec. 29, 1822, died Oct. 6, 
1848. 

9592 Louisa* Pond, b. Mar. 9, 1824, d. Jan. 3, 1853, m. June, 
1842, Charles Riseley. Ch.: Silas 3 Riseley, born June 30, 1843; 
Elizabeth A? Riseley, b. Oct. 11, 1845, d. Mar. 11, 1847 ; Mary L 9 
Riseley, b. Mar. 4, 1848; Charles H 9 Riseley, b. Dec. 7, 1850, died 
Sept., 185 1 ; Winthrop A 9 Riseley, b. Mar. 13, 1852, d. Aug., i860; 
Charles 9 Riseley, b. Dec. 18, 1853, d. Nov., i860. 

9593 Sophia E* Pond, b. Apr. 23, 1826, d. Apr. 12, 1861, m. 
Feb. 22, 1846, Martin Hoyt of Panton, Vt. Ch.: Eliza 9 Hoyt, b. 
May 12, 1848; Silas 9 Hoyt, May 9, 1850; Electa 9 Hoyt, Oct. 29, 
1852; Louisa 9 Hoyt, June 24, 1855; Celinda 9 Hoyt, Apr. 5, 1857; 
Hattie 9 Hoyt, Nov. 7, 1859. 

9594 Paulina C* Pond, b. July 9, 1841, m. Dec. 29, 1859, 
Jehial Parker. Ch.: Lottie A 9 Parker, born Feb. 5, 1861; Stukley 
Abel 9 Parker, b. June 23, 1862, d. 1871; .Katie 3 Parker, b. 1864; 
Irwin 9 Parker, b. 1867. 

Silas Pond dwelt at Panton. 

Pond ancestry of Silas Pond: — Samuel 1 , Samuel", Samuel 3 , Philip [see -j-1333], Pa- 
triarch Dan 5 ,• t>. Branford, Conn., Mar. 4, 1726, m. Mabel MunsonJ; Silas 6 Pond revol. sol- 
dier, m. Lucinda Lee.— Pond gen., 59 ; Ward gen., 206. 

3938. 

ZeUma 1 I*ond (Louisa* ward), m. Poultney, Vt, Dec. 2, 1830, 
Archibald Dewey, b. Feb. 17, 1801, 1. Poultney 1850. Ch.: 

9595 Asahel Pond* Dewey, b. Jan. 15, 1833. 9596 Lycurgus 
F* Dewey, Apr. 26, 1835 ; Henry A* Dewey, Dec. 8, 1842. 

9597 Paulina or Perlina E* Dewey, b. June 5, 1844, m. Jan., 
1869, Orlando Mason. Ch.: Charles 9 Mason, Myron 9 Mason. 
76 



I2 02 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

3939. 

AsaheV Pond (Louisa* Ward), m. Castleton, Vt, Oct. 7, 1834, 
Calista Hartwell, b. C. Oct. 15, 1815 ; dwelt Castleton 1850. Ch.: 
Silas J. 8 Pond, b. June 15, 1838-9, d. Feb. 6, 1842. 

9598 Oscar Ira* Pond, b. July 9, 29, 1842, C, m. Nov. 12, 
1873, Eveline Brown of Sandy Hill, Washington co., N. Y., 1. 
Castleton 1874. 

3940. 

Evelina? Pond (Louisa* ward), d. Apr. 18, 1869, a. 59, m. 
Poultney, Vt., Nov. 27, 1829, Abel Thornton, b. July 12, 1807, d. 
before 1875. Dwelt 1850, Ira, Rutland co., Vt., later Castleton, 
Vt. Ch.: 

9599 Florella C 8 Thornton, b. June 1, 183 1, m.--Aug. 19, 
1856, R. Emmett Maranville, 1. Brattleboro, Vt. Ch.: Flora Jane" 
Maranville, b. Sept. 26, 1858, d.; Polly Eveline* Maranville, b. June 
11, 1 86 1 ; Abel 9 Maranville ; Robert '* Maranville. 

9600 Asahel Pond 8 Thornton, b. June 4, 1833, m. Jane Phil- 
lips. Ch.: Reno? Thornton; Joseph 9 Thornton. 

3942. 

Charlotte 1 Pond (Louisa* ward), m. ist, 1834-5, John Baker 
of Granville, N. Y., he d. G. Aug-. 4, 1849. She m. 2d, 1856, Au- 
gustus Harris of Bristol, Addison co., Vt., I'd Granville. She 1. 
1850 Poultney, Vt. Ch. by ist m.: 

9601 Albert P.* Baker, b. July 1, 1836, tn. Sept. 8, 1868, 
Elizabeth Allen of Panton, Vt. Ch. : Norman 9 Baker, b. Mar. 
13, 1871. 

3496. 

SpenceV 1 CUley (Abigail* Ward, William* Ward, Charles* Ward, 

janes, Samuel 5 ), m. Poultney, Vt., Sept. 25, 1828, Atarah 1 Ward 

+3953 (Wm* Ward, Wmfi Ward, etc.), 1.. Jericho, Vt., 1850. Ch.: 

9602 Curren 8 CUley, b. Oct. 18, 1832. 9603 Frances Athe- 
lia 8 CUley, June 13, 1836 ; Charles Ward 8 CUley, Mar. 26, 1838 ; 
Spencer W 8 CUley, June 26, 1840; William 8 CUley, J an. 31, 1846; 
Ly sander E. 8 CUley, Dec. 28, 1848. 

3951. 

Elisha 1 Ward (Wmfi Ward, Wm* Ward, CAas* Ward, Jane*, Samuel"), 

m. May 28, 1833, Eliza Pease, da. Royal and Deborah (Mea- 
cham) of Poultney, Vt. Ch. : 

9604 Albert Pease 8 Ward,b. Apr. 7, 1834. 9605 Royal Pease 8 
Ward, Sept. 10, 1835. 9606 Delia Pease 8 Ward, Jan. 12, 1838 ; 
Eliza Pease 8 Ward, Oct. 3, 1841 ; Elisha" Ward, Aug. 30, 1843. 

Hon. Elisha 1 Ward res. Silver Creek, N. Y., counselor-at-law, 
member N. Y. Assembly. 

3952. 

Spencer 1 Ward '(wuuam* ward), m. Mar., 1833, Mrs. Ann 
(Wilmot) Rice, wid. of Randall Rice, da. Thomas of Fairhaven, 
Vt. Ch.: 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1203 



9607 Thomas Wilmot* Ward, b. Mar. 30, 1835 ; Martha 
Tattle* Ward, July 7, 1837. 

Dr. Spencer 1 Ward of Silver Creek, N. Y. 1851, physician. 

3957. 

Eliza 1 Ward (wuiiam* ward), m. Mar. 23, 1841, Benjamin 
F. Farwell, b. Oct. 1, 18 16, a s. John Gould and Lucy (Laraway), 
dwelt 1850 Poultney, Vt., 1. Granville, N. Y., 1875. Ch.: 

9608 Fanny L* Farwell, b. Dec. 10, 1841 ; Maria T* Far- 
well, Apr. 1, 1846. 

Farwell ancestry : — 2 arms : Sa. a chev. engra. ar.betw. 3 leopard's heads or. Crest 

— 2 oak branches. . . . Henry 1 , freem. Concord, Mass., Mar. 14, 1639, m. Olive ; 2 ? 

[Joseph 3 , b. C. Feb. 20, 1641, of Chelmsford, Mass., m. 1666, Hannah Learned, da. of Isaac 
(of Woburii, Mass., s. of William and Goodith Learned) and Mary Stearns (da. of Isaac 
and Mary Stearns of Watertown)] ; Joseph 3 , of Groton, Mass.; Daniel 4 , b. May 20, 1717 ; 
Benjamin 8 , soldier at Blanker Hill under Col. Prescott, m. Lucy Collier ; John Gould 8 
Farwell, m. Lucy Laraway.— yiw/yw'j Poultney, 2jg. 

3970. 

r a .^.r TB r ^»/v.>i (Lorenzo* Ward, Wm. s Ward, CAas* Ward, Jane 8 , Sam'l* ) 
LillCy fraVa ^Abigails, Solomon*, Enochi.Deliverences, Edward" f 

Mosesi), m. Poultney, Vt., Sept. 25, 1829, Alexander Tapping, b. 
Pleasant Valley, N. Y., 1806, son Hezekiah and Mary (Culver), 
dwelt Poultney. Ch. b. Ravenna, Portage co., O.: 

9609 George 9 Tapping, b. Sept. 11, 1832, d. San Francisco, 
Cal., July 4, 1854. 9610 Henry* Tapping, b. June 1, 1835-6, m. in 
Va., Mary Tallman. 

3972. 

Whitman Mathbone 1 Ward {Lorenzo* Ward, and Abigail 6 , as 

above), d. Poultney, Vt, May 2, 1861, a. 44, m. in Waukesha, Wis., 
1, in Wis. 1850. Ch.: Abigail 9 Ward, Florence* Ward. 

961 1 Whitman Rathbone* Ward, d. in Waukesha, m. Mary 
Summers. 

3973. 

Esther 7 Ward (Lorenzo* Ward, and Abigail*, as above), m. Pem- 
broke, N. Y., 1839, Walter Blackman of East Pembroke, Gene- 
see co., N. Y., 1. E. Pembroke 1883. Ch.: 

9612 Francena* Blackman, b. 1840, m.* and ch. 9613 Lean- 
der* Blackman, b. 1842, m. and ch. 

3974. 

Henry Cleveland 7 Ward (Lorenzo* ward, and Abigail*), mar- 
ried Rosendale, Fond du Lac co., Wis., June 17, 1858, Fannie 
Minerva Broadway, b. Apr. 30, 1837, da. Lyman and Sarah 
(Norton), 1. Ripon, Wis., retired farmer, prominent and much 
esteemed. Ch. b. Rosendale : 

9614 Lottie* Ward, b. Aug. 15, 1859, m. at Ripon, Theo- 
dore W. Stone. 9615 Lucy* Ward, b. July 21, 1861, m. at R., 
James L. Crawford. 9616 Myra* Ward, b. May 6, 1863, m. at 
R., Joseph R. Murphy ; Carrie* Ward, b. Mar. 19, 1865. 



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3975. 



Hiram JPond 7 Ward (Lorenzo* ward, and Abigail'), m. ist, Buf- 
falo, N. Y., Feb., 1850, Letitia U. Stone, b. Boston, Mass., May, 
1824, d. Buffalo, Mar., 1851, da. Aaron and Eliza A. (Higson). 
He m. 2d, Warrenton, Warren co., N. C, Mar., i860, Emma M. 
Hammond, b. Northville, Fulton co., N. Y., Jan., 1830, da. Dr. 
Ammon and Elizabeth (Spier), s. p. Hiram P? Ward res. 1883, 
Washington, D. C. His brother, C. C. 7 Ward, writes: "Being 
possessed of ample means, he has devoted his life to travel (in 
both hemispheres) and study." 

3977. 

Chauncey Church 1 Ward (jS5SS\ *a£&X2&* Charhs * 
33K^:l£W*-«0, b. Poultney, Vt, Apr. 13, 1828, m. P, 
Jan. 7, 1852, Fanny Mears Eddy, b. P. Nov. 8, 1831, a da. Curtis 
Cady and Fanny (Mears). Ch. : 

9617 Chauncey Eddy* Ward, b. Jan. 20, 1853, P., m. Esther 
Jane Benedict, b. Hubbardton, Rutland co., Vt., Aug. 8, 1856, d. 
Jan. 27, 1884. 

Chauncey Church 1 Ward grad. Castleton, Vt., Seminary, 1848. 
His life has been devoted to agricultural pursuits, from which 
he retired several years since. Mr. Ward is a gentleman in 
every sense of the word. A valuable correspondent, and to his 
efforts are due the completeness of the records of his branch. 

Eddy ancestry :— 1 arms: Eady ; / arms : Ede, Eades: (Middlesex and Saxmund- 
ham, Suffolk co , Eng ). Az. a chev. engr. betw. 3 leopards' faces ar. Crest — Leopard's 
face ar. . . . Rev. William 1 , of Eng.; Samuel", b. 1601, of Cran brook, Kent co , Eng., 
and Boxted, Suffolk co., Eng., to Plymouth, Mass., Oct., 1630 (brother to John of Water- 
town), Swanzey, m. Elizabeth ; Zechariah 7 , b. 1639, of S., m. Alice Paddock, da. Robert, 
had sons : Zechariah 8 , b. Apr. 10, 1664, John 3 , Ebenezer', Caleb", Joshua 8 , ObadiahA It 
would seem that one of foregoing was ancestor of Zachariah', b. Belcher, Mass., Dec. 22, 
1779, Royalton, Vt., to 1812, Poultney to 1815, Hampton, d. Western N. Y.; Curtis Cady 8 
Eddy, b. 1800, of Poultney, m. Fanny Mears 8 . 

Mears ancestry : — larms: Mears ; 4; Meares : (Crosby, Wilts., 1341). Ar. ship- 
with three masts, sails furled. . . . The Mears emigrants, John and Robert, fr. Eng. 
to Boston 1635. . . . John 1 , early settler of Poultney, 1790 ; Simeon 5 , m. Polly Hos- 
ford, da. Aaron ; Fanny 8 Wears.— Joslin's Poultney., 255,311. 

4000. 

MILO 7 CLEVELAND (John*, Squire*, Eleazer«, Samuel 8 , Samuel*, 

Moses 1 ), m. Braintree, Vt., Mar. 28, 1843, Betsey Parker Luce, b. 
Marlboroy Windham co., Vt., Oct. 30, 1823, da. Jonah and Betsey 
(Parker), 1. W. Charleston, Orleans co., Vt, 1882, Brownington, 
Vt., 1883, farmer. Ch. : 

9618 Milo 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 8, 1848, Braintree, m. 
Holyoke, Mass., May 1, 1873, Jennie Noble, b. Glasgow, Scot- 
land, Dec. 12, 1847, da. Charles and Helen (Cooper), res., 1882, 
Wetmore, Vt., 1883, Brownington ; since South Hadley Falls, 
Mass., valued correspondent, s. p. 

9619 Betseyette 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 2, 1851, Browning- 
ton, Vt, m. West Charleston, Vt., Mar. 18, 1873, Luman Erastus 
Ames, b. Greensboro, Orleans co., Vt., Sept. 25, 1842 ; res., 
Brownington, 1883 [not. there Dec, 1894]. s. p. 

9620 Mary Evelyn 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 27, 1853, Brown., 
m. Barton, Vt., Mar. 18, 1879, Frederick Aledin Gray, b. Morgan, 
Orleans co., Vt, Feb. 18, 1857, s. Joseph and Abby Caroline 



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(Bartlett). Ch. b. M. : Frank Eugene" Gray, Mar. 22, 1880; 
Justus Burney* Gray, Dec. 26, 1881. 

9621 John Eugene 8 Cleveland, b. June 21, 1856, Brown., 
tn. Glover, Vt, Mar. 8, 1882, Bessie Cameron, b. G., Nov. 11, 
1864, da. Daniel Tirnig and Sarah Phebe (Williams). 

9622 Flora Arnah 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 8, 1859, Brown., 
m. Barton, Jan. 30, 1883, Elmore Dexter Currier, b. Brown., 
Mar. 2, i860, s. Darwin Augustus and Martha Ann (Sanborn), 
res., Morgan. Fred. Anderson 8 , b. May 16, 1861, Brown., d. 
Mar. 22, 1862. 

4001. 

IRA H.' CLEVELAND (john°), m. Warren, Washington co., 
Vt., May 26, 185 1, Julia Chase, b. W. Braintree, Vt, Dec. 22, 
1831, da. Jonathan and Dolly Ann ; res., W. Braintree, Ch. : 

-j-9623 Henry 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 25, 1853, W. Randolph, 
Vt. 

+9624 Edwin Freeman 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 5, 1855, W. 
Randolph, Vt. 

9625-31 George Eugene 8 Cleveland, b. May 21, 1859, 
W. Randolph, Vt. ; Cora Arenda 8 , b. May 27, 1863, W. Brain- 
tree; Ida May 8 , b. Feb. 6, 1865, W. B., d., a. 17 months; Her- 
bert Adelbert 8 , b. Feb. 16, 1868, W. Braintree, Vt. ; Alice 
May 8 , b. Aug. 16, 1870, E. Greenville ; Homer Jay 8 , b. Apr. 25, 
1874, Braintree Centre, Vt. ; William Floid 8 Cleveland, b. 
Feb. 6, 1878, E. Greenville. 

4003. 

RONALDO' CLEVELAND (Bethabra*), d. Royalton, Vt, 
Dec. 25, 1884, a - 63, m. Hyde Park, Vt, Nov. 25, 1852, Jane 
Fellows of Craftsbury, Vt., res., 1882-6, South Royalton, Vt., 
farmer. Ch. : 

9632 Melissa A. 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 26, 1856, Hyde P., 
m. (Royalton rec.) Mar. 26, 1879, Pearl (or Perley — rec.) Moses, 
res., 1882, Royalton. Ch. b. R. : Cora Dot 9 Moses, Feb. 9, 1880 ; 
Guy Ernest 9 Moses, July 24, 1882 ; Wiona* Moses, July 23, 1884. 

9633-5 Effa Ella 8 , b. Nov. 26, 1858, Morristown, Vt ; 
Hattie J. 8 , b. Feb. 10, 1870, Royalton, Vt. ; Katie 8 Cleveland, 
b. June 19, 1873, Royalton, Vt. 

4004. 

ENOCH JAMES 7 CLEVELAND (Bethabra", Squier», Eleazer*, 

Samuel', Samuel"), d. bef. Aug., 1 896, m. 1st, Morristown, Vt., Feb. 
16, 1847, Martha Alger, b. Stowe, Vt., Apr. 12, 1823, d. Hyde 
Park, Feb. 3, 1859, da. Benjamin and Ruth (Luce). He m. 2d, 
Brownington, Vt, Nov. 18, i860, Esther Streeter, b. Sutton, 
Vt., Nov. 6, 1822, da. Hiram and Hannah (Fair). Ch. by 1st m. : 
-(-9636 Oscar Bethabra 8 Cleveland, b. May 23, 1848, 
Morristown. 

9637 Charles Strong Herman 8 Cleveland, b. Sept 22, 
1849, M., m. Boston, Mass., Dec. 2, 1880, Margaret Agnes 
Elizabeth Whelan, b. Boston, July 2, 1854, da. John and Mar- 
garet ; dwelt, 1883, Otego, Harper co., la. ; Boston, 1885-95, 



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merch. of Jerome [Benjamin F. & Co.] & Cleveland, Jamaica 
Plain and Bost, 1891-5. s. p. 

9638 Eldora Martha 6 Cleveland, b. Sept. 2, 1852, 
Stowe, m. S., Feb. 1, 1881, Edward Bigelow, b. Detroit, Mich., 
Sept. 8, 1852, s. Edward and Elizabeth (Judson), 1. Stowe, 
farmer. Ch. b. Stowe : Walter Alger 1 Bigelow, b. Sept. 29, 1881, 
d. Jan. 18, 1882 ; Alice May 9 Bigelow, b. Oct. 5, 1882. By 2d m. : 

9639 "Lizzie Orlantha 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 27, 1861, 
Brown., d. Wolcott, Vt, Mar. 22, 1885, m. W., Sept. 5, 1883, 
George Calkins Hart, s. Alonzo and Lois Morrell (Brown). 
Ch. : Lizzie Orlantha* Hart, b. Mar. 11, 1885, W. 

-f-9640 Emma Leora 8 Cleveland, b. May 24, 1863, Brown. 

-(-9641 Hiram Nelson 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 27, 1865, 
Brownington. 

Rev. Enoch James 7 Cleveland received an academic educa- 
tion ; a minister of the Christian Denomination. Resided in 
Stowe, 1847 to 1853, Hyde Park to i860, preaching in Hyde Park, 
Eden, Lamoille co., Vt., and Wolcott. . Dwelt at Brownington, 
i860 to 1867, preaching in Brownington, Holland, and Glover, 
Vt. He lived at Sutton, 1867 to 187 1, and preached in Sutton, 
Newark, Caledonia co., Vt., and other localities. He removed 
to West Burke, Caledonia co., Vt., 187 1, preaching there to 1878, 
and has since resided at Wolcott. His labors were attended 
with good success to the Christian cause. During these periods 
he has also followed diligently his business of mason builder, 
and retired later to a farm. 

4005. 

GEORGE 7 CLEVELAND (Bethabra«), m. Wolcott, Vt, Sept. 
4, 1857, Ellen Lucinda Clark, b. Montpelier, Vt., Jan. 6, 1836, 
d. Royalton, Vt., Jan., 1885, da. Elijah Balcom and Ann Maria 
(Lampher), res., 1882, Royalton (P. O. East Bethel), Vt. Ch. : 
William Bradford 8 , b. May 11, d. 25, 1854. 9642-6 Lewis 
Edmund 9 Cleveland, b. Feb. 18, 1856, Stowe, Vt, m., res., 
Potton, P. Q. ; Albert Edwin 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 6, 1858, 
Middlesex, Washington co., Vt., d. Jan. 6, 186 1 ; Cornelius 
Eugene 8 , b. Nov. 26, i860, Middlesex, Vt. ; Augustus Wilber 9 , 
b. July 10, 1861, Morristown, Vt. ; Bertha Annah 8 , b. May 26, 
1864, Hyde Park, d. Feb., 1867 ; Arthur George 8 Cleveland, b. 
Aug. 29, 1866, Hyde Park, Vt. 

4006. 

ANNA 7 CLEVELAND (Bethabra^), m. Stowe, Vt, ' Sept. 4, 
1849, Seth Moxley, b. Oct. 12, 1828, res., 1882, E. Bethel, Royal- 
ton, Vt. Ch. : . 

9647 Sarah Ann* Moxley, b. May 6, 1856, R., m. 1st, R., 
Mar. 25, 1878, Byron D. Beckford of Sharon. Divorced Dec, 
1881. She m. 2d, Apr. 14, 1882, James Gould, res., 1882, Royal- 
ton. s. P. 

9648 Frank Herbert* Moxley, b. Mar. 1, 1858, R., m. R., 
Nov. 19, 1879, Nellie Hunt. Ch. : Minnie Alice* Moxley, b. Feb. 
14, 1 88 1. 

9649 Kate Amelia 6 Moxley, b. Aug. 25, 1862, Royalton, Vt. 



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1207 



9650 Fred George* Moxley, b. Mar. 10, 1864, d. June 6, 
1872 ; Lena Lewan* Moxley, b. Sept. 15, 1865, R. ; Marilla Lee* 
Moxley, July 11, 1867, R. ; Lottie May* Moxley, Mar. 2, 1869, R. ; 
Charles Seth* Moxley, Dec. 1, 1870,, R. ; Laura Winifred* Moxley, 
May 18, 1872, R. ; Susie Mercy* Moxley, Nov. 22, 1874. 

4008. 

ORLANTHA SAMANTHA 7 CLEVELAND (Bethabra«), m . 
1st, Chicago, 111., Oct. 21, 1859, as 2d w., William W. Clark of 
Red Wing, Minn., he d. Fort Snelling, Hennepin co., Minn., 
Mar. 10, 1862. She m. 2d, Red W., Oct. 8, 1868, as 2d w., Mar- 
shall Cutler, b. Townshend, Windham co., Vt, Mar. 18, 1831, a 
s. Ira and Eleanor (Rounds). Ch. by 1st m.: 9651 William Sim- 
eon* Clark, b. July 12, i860. By 2d m.: 9652 Henry Cleveland* 
Cutler, May 23, 1873 ; Stuart Shirley* Cutler, Oct. 3, 1874 ; Helen 
Gertrude* Cutler, Aug. 31, 1876. 

William W. Clark m. 1st, . Ch.: John Clark, Mary 

Clark. 

Marshall Cutler, a first settler of Red Wing, May 8, 1855, 
was in Co. D, 1st Minn. Vols., discharged Oct. 8, 1865; of Red 
W. 1889, mechanical engineer. He m. 1st, Chicopee Falls, Mass., 
May 23, 1853, Eleanor A. Wood, she d. Dec. 6, 1864, da. Reuben 
of Malone, N. Y. Ch. b. Burnside, Goodhue co., Minn.: Flora 
A. Cutler, b. July 25, 1855, d. Red W. Feb. 1, 1883; Iva E. Cut- 
ler, b. Oct. 5, 1859, m. R. W., Nov. 22, 1882, Edward S. Tutt of 
St. Louis, Mo. Ch.: Margaret Eleanor Tutt, b. Jan. 19, 1886, 
Billings, Mont. 

Cutler ancestry : — [see + 2547] Jonathan 8 m. Elizabeth Holman ; Jonathan 8 m. 1st, 
Lydia Waldron, da. James of Dighton, Mass.; Ira 7 Cutler m. Eleanor Rounds, da. Josiah 
ofBrookline. — Cutter gen. 476. 

4009. 

NELSON 7 CLEVELAND (Bethabrae), m. Morristown, Vt, 
Sept. 27, 1864, Mrs. Nancy (Tarbush) Carr, b. Underbill, Vt., 
May 12, 1839, w id. Orison Carr, da. Hiram and Polly (Webster), 
dwelt 1873-4 Chicopee, Mass., 1882 Winchendon, Mass., builder 
and joiner. Ch. b. Chicopee: 9653-4 Ettie Marinda 8 , b. Aug. 
12, 1868; Albert Nelson 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 13, 1870. 

4015. 

LESTER 7 CLEVELAND (Nahum«, Squier*, Eleazer*, Samuels, Sam- 
uel", Mosesi), m. Derby, Orleans co., Vt, July 3, 1853, Diana Pow- 
ell Meacham, b. D. Jan. 18, 1831, d. Newport, Vt., Mar. 22, 1874, 
2 3» 1875, a da. Daniel and Sophia (Glines). He m. 2d, Coven- 
try, Vt., Dec. 25, 1879, Clara Louise Campbell, b. Irasburgh, Vt, 
May 11, 1853, da. Rev. Henry I. and Ellen F. (Clough), res. 
1882-4 Newport Centre, Orleans co., Vt., storekeeper. Ch. by 
1st m.: 

+9655 Orange Sylvester 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 31, 1853, 
Holland, Vt. 

9656-65 Emma Almira 8 , b. Feb. 2, 1856, Newport Centre, 
d. Apr., 1874; Julia Sophia 8 , b. Sept. 6, 1858, N. C; Loren 
Meacham 8 , b. Mar. 26, 1861, N. C, m. in Alden, Hardin co., la., 



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res. Alden ; Sewell Nahum 8 , b. Sept. 15, 1803, Newport Cen- 
tre; Celia Patience 8 , b. Dec. 31, 1865, N. C.; Myron Lester 8 , b. 
June 5, 1868, N. C. ; Laura Diana 8 , b. Sept. 10, 1870, N. C. ; 
Cola Justin 8 , b. Nov. 2, 1872, N. C. By 2d m.: Ida Louise 8 , b. 
Dec. 31, 1880, N. C. ; Raymond Campbell 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 
15, 1882, N.C. 

4016. 

REUBEN BLOSS r CLEVELAND (Nahum«), d. Newport, 
Vt., June 27, 1867, a. 31, m. N. Mar. 13, 1859, Clarinda Crawford. 
Ch.: 9666 Lois Belle 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 10, 1864, m. Martin 
Courtenay of Newport, section supt. South Eastern R. R. 9667 
Lewis Elmer 9 Cleveland, b. Mar. 13, 1866. 

4019. 

JAMES BRADFORD 7 CLEAVELAND (John*, Perez*, Eieazer*, 

Samuel*, Samuel", Moses"), b. at Sharon, Conn., Aug. 20, 1 82 1, d. New 

Haven, Conn., May 21, 1889, m. New Haven, Sept. 8, 1852, Eliza- 
beth Hannah Jocelyn, b. New Haven, Dec. 30, 1824, a da. of 
Nathaniel and Sarah Atwater (Plant) Jocelyn. Children : 

+9668 Jocelyn Plant 8 Cleaveland, b. Aug. 22, 1853, New 
Haven. 

9669 Foster Wild 8 Cleaveland, b. Apr. 24, 1856, South 
Egremont, Mass., d. S. E. Oct. 19, 1856. 

+9670 Susan Trowbridge 8 Cleaveland, b. Mar. 11, 1858, 
South Egremont. . 

+9671 Livingston Warner 8 Cleaveland, b. Jan. 31, i860, 
South Egremont. 

Revl James Bradford 7 Cleaveland, the well-know Congre- 
gational clergymen ; author and editor, see Bibliography, 
Chap. IV. Memorial of Rev. James B. Cleaveland, i88p, 8°, pp. 13, 
contains obituaries, funeral notices, etc. New Haven Journal 
and Courier, May 23, 1889 — Death of a faithful pastor, well 

KNOWN IN THIS CITY, AND WELL BELOVED BY HIS CONGREGATIONS, 
ONCE PRINCIPAL OF WASHINGTON SCHOOL. 

It is with deep sorrow that we publish the death of Rev. 

iames B. Cleaveland, who breathed his last on Tuesday night, 
ay 21st, after a brief illness. During the past year Mr. Cleaveland has resided at 410 
Winthrop avenue, New Haven, during- which time he has preached only occasionally. 
The fact that ten years of his early life were spent in New Haven, and his many associ- 
ations with its citizens during his later years, have identified him with that city, and 
gained for him a large circle of friends. 

H" entered Yale college in 1843, graduating in 1847, and from the Theological semi- 
nary in 1851. While connected with the seminary he was principal of the Washington 
school, which position he retained for a year after he had completed his studies. As a 
teacher he was exceptionally successful, as many of his former pupils now residing in this 
city will attest. The board of visitors for the first school society in New Haven reported 
in October, T851, the condition of the Washington school as follows : " We have never been 
able to give our hearty approval to this school until this time. It is now highly credit- 
able to the district. Mr. Cleaveland has succeeded in mastering the turbulent and secur- 
ing the confidence of the well-disposed. The exercises of the school have all been very 
pleasing since he has had charge of it. He has a Latin class of ten scholars . . . and a 
class of thirty who practice composition — an invaluable exercise which should be.more 
extensively pursued in other schools." While in college he acted as leader of the Bee- 
thoven choir, which corresponded to the present Glee club. 

During the last year with the school he received a call to the pastorate of the Con- 
gregational church in Durham, the church agreeing to wait for him till the close of his 
school, nearly a year later. He was ordained and installed as pastor June 8, 1852. 
Trouble with his eyes caused him to resign the more confining duties of his pastorate 
[dis. Sept. 10, 1853] to accept the agency of the American Sunday-school Union of this 
State. In 1855 he accepted a call to the Congregational church at South Egremont, where 
he was installed as pastor in July of that year. After a pastorate of seven years he re- 
moved to Goshen, Conn, [at G. 1862-3], where he preached until he accepted a call to the 




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North church in New Hartford, Conn, [there 1863-7, member Board of Education 1868"]. 
While at New Hartford he was made a member of Northern Star lodge No. 58, F. and 
A. M., and he was chaplain of the Masonic lodge at Bloomfield, Conn., many years. Af- 
ter ministering to this people four years he accepted a call to Bloomfield, where he lived 
8 years (1867-75, o£ Board of Ed. '75-J While at Bloomfield he was an associate editor of 
the American Recorder. His next pastorate was over the First Congregational church 
of Berlin, in the village of Kensington, Hartford co., Conn. [1875-80]. In 1880 he was 
called to the First Congregational church at Granby, where he resided until 1885. Be- 
fore taking up his residence once more in New Haven he preached about three years in 
Oxford. 

Mr. Cleaveland was an honest, earnest, able, and faithful minister of the gospel. 
The congregation of which he had charge during a long life spent in the service of his 
master will remember him with love and reverence. In the early days of the anti-slav- 
ery movement he was an ardent advocate of abolition, and at the time when it most 
needed supporters he continued to speak burning words for the liberation of the slave. 
He was ever ready to advocate the cause of temperance, and during all his life took an 
unusual interest in the public schools of the towns in which he resided. Mr. Cleaveland 
at the time of his death was a member of the United church, having joined the old North 
church in 1853, and many times occupied its pulpit as well as that of the Center church. 

New Haven Palladium, May 25, 1889 — 

Rev. James B. Cleaveland — The Funeral Services at the United Church Largely 
Attended. — The funeral of the late Rev. James B. Cleaveland at the United church yes- 
terday afternoon was largely attended. The services were conducted by Rev. T. T. 
Hunger, D.D., assisted by Rev. James L. Willard, D.D., of Westville, and Rev. S. P. 
Marvin of Woodbridge. The bearers were L. S. Punderson, Judge E. I. Sanford, Hon. 
Joseph Sheldon, Dr. S. G. Hubbard, James M Townsend, John G. North, Henry G. 
Newton of this city, and Charles T. Walker of Woodbridge. 

Among those in attendance were many of the former parishioners of the deceased 
clergyman. The venerable colored teacher, Mrs. Sarah Wilson, who had been instruct- 
ed by Mr. Cleaveland in some of the higher studies when she first taught school in this 
city many years ago, was present among the mourning friends. On the casket were 
large double palms, a bunch of roses, and a handsome cross. On the Communion table 
at the head of the center aisle was a cross formed of a white spring flower known as 
Deutzia. 

Dr. Munger made the address, and said : "A good man has fallen. With regard to 
our brother I can say that I remember his face and form in the early days of my college 
life, for he was leaving college just as 1 was entering it. I have seen that face many 
-times since that day, btat did not have the privilege of a personal acquaintance with him 
until the last few months, when he came to New Haven to make it his permanent resi- 
dence. Ceasing as he did his laborious labors in permanent pastorates he had an oppor- 
tunity for rest, and, by faithful attendance on divine worship here, special preparation 
perhaps for the event that awaited him." 

Dr. Munger was followed by Rev. Mr. Willard, who spoke substantially as follows : 
" It needs no words of mine to keep fresh in the hearts of those who knew him the mem- 
ory of our deceased brother. He was a faithful minister of the Lord Jesus Christ. It 
was in his heart to do justly and love mercy and walk honestly with his God. He did 
not exalt himself, and seemingly felt that he was less than the least of all saints, but it 
was apparent that he desired that every thought might be brought into captivity to the 
obedience of Christ. He was a man of prayer, not only in the assembly of the saints, 
but in the family and in that secret place where no eye seeth but the eye of God. He 
loved his work and caught the spirit of the Master, and, like Him, went about doing 
good. No one who saw him in his daily living doubted for a moment his loyalty to 
Christ. His mental endowments he kept quick and active, and his reading was that of 
one ever seeking after new stores of knowledge. Many a conscience did he probe with 
the Word of God, and his labors in the various churches that he served were followed 
by good and gracious results. He scattered the seed, and with his own eyes saw many 
a harvest. His record is on high, and in it is so much that bears the mark of Christ that 
no doubt the Master has already said, " Well done, thou good and faithful servant, enter 
thou into the joy of the Lord." Tenderly will we cherish his memory, and nothing shall 
drive from us the thought that on Friday, May 24, 1889, we committed to earth the dust 
of one who in his lifetime had been a dutiful child, a true and faithful husband, a loving 
father, a patriotic citizen, a promoter of sound learning, an able and earnest minister of 
the Lord Jesus Christ, and, to some of us, a beloved friend." 

The closing remarks by Rev. Mr. Marvin were in part as follows : " It may be said 
of my Brother Cleaveland that he lived an earnest, conscientious life, fully consecrated 
to his calling, not simply as a profession, but as a loyal service to Christ. His genial 
life and winning ways made ineffaceable impressions upon many who sat under his 
ministry, and who were led to Christ through his faithfulness. From the day he and I 
entered college together, forty-six years ago, though our fields of labor were often 
widely separated, the ties of college life were never sundered. The same forbearance 
and.the same courtesy which I received from him he bestowed upon others and endeared 
himself to those who came under his charge. He was scholarly, critical, sound in the 
faith, an earnest pastor, and a loving husband and father." 

The music, by the United Church quartette, was most beautifully and touchingly 
Tendered. Attorney John Currier Gallagher had charge of the funeral. The interment 
was in the Grove Street Cemetery. As the funeral procession moved from the church 
to the place of burial the bell of the United Church tolled sixty-eight times, once for 
each year of the age of the deceased. 

Religious Herald. Hartford, May 30, Tune 6, iSSq; Church Record, Kensington, July, 
■ 1880: Resolutions Hiram Lodge, 98, A. F. and A. M., Bloomfield ; 

Servant of God, well done ! • 

A voice from the other side, poem by Mrs. Frances Maria Jocelyn Peck, Brattleboro, Vt. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Hannah (Jocelyn) Cleaveland, residence still 



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in New Haven 1897, the well-known American poetess. Author 
of the following : No Sects in Heaven, a Poem, author's edition 
Aug., i860, 24 , pp. 16; 1864; 1866 ; 1869, 16 , pp. 95 ; London, 
1873, 300th thousand ; Shibboleth, a poem in Phineas Garncetfs 
School Reader, Phila., 18J2 ; The Dark River, author's ed., 1863, 
24 , pp. 16 ; Disciples of Jesus ; Bashbish ; The One Hundred 
and Forty-four Thousand ; Suffer little children to come unto 
me, a poem on her son Jocelyn uniting with the church at 10 
years ; The Hidden Path, or Atlantic Cable ; The Stepmother 
and other stories ; Foster and Allie ; Ruth's Vow ; On the 
Shore ; Sire and Son [of the writer] ; Day Break ; In Memory 
of Charles Taylor Smith ; The Twin Lakes in Salisbury, Conn.; 
Around the World ; Daybreak ; Graduating Class Hymn, Wes- 
leyan Academy at Wilbraham, Mass., 1885 ; Class Poet Chau- 
tauqua L. S. C, 1886 (elected 1884); Easter Flowers, Elizabeth 
H. J. Cleaveland [Easter card, 1895"], 16 , 4 decorated leaves ; 
Poems in Congregationalist and N. Y. Observer; Contributor to 
various newspapers. Member of the Mass. Society of Mayflower 
Descendants. 

Jocelyn, Joslin, Josselyn, Jostlin ancestry ; — / arms : Joslin or Josceline ; / .• Jos- 
SELYN; 2: JOSSELYNE ; / .■ JOSELINE or JOSSELIN ; /.• JOCELYN (Earl of Roden) ; i: 
Jocelyne : i : JOCELIN : (Horsley & Newhall, Essex co.)- Az. a circular -wreath ar. and 
sa. with 4 bells joined thereto. . . . Nathaniel 1 , b. prob. 1695-9, of East Haven, Conn., 
m. Mar. 13, 1720, Abigail Abbot', b. Aug. 15, 1700, d. East Haven, Aug., 1770 ; Nathaniel 3 , 
b. E. H. Dec. 10, 1721, m. Branford, Conn., Dec, 1743, Ann Wade j Simeon 3 , b. Branford 
Oct. 22, 1746, d. New Haven June 5, 1823, m. June 17, 178Q, Luceannah Smith 5 , b. South- 
ington, Conn., Oct. 5, 1764, d. Oct. 12, 1843 ; Nathaniel 4 , b. New Haven Jan. 31, 1796 
(brother o£ Rev. Simeon Smith Jocelyn, one of the founders of the American Missionary 
Assoc, an abolitionist, being associated with the Tappans, Garrisons, etc;), of New Haven, 
Member of the National Academy of Design, New York, Deacon of the North' Church, 
New Haven, 46 years, founder of the National Bank Note Engraving Co., won gold prize 
in 1844 for best portrait by a Conn, artist, continued his art work to close of life, retain- 
ing to the last his studio in the Yale Art Building, in the founding of which he was pro- 
foundly interested, painted more portraits in the Yale collection than any other artist 
except "Trumbull. From The Journal of Commerce, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1SS1 — K Venerable 
Artist at Rest. Fifty years ago the name of "Jocelyn" was better known on the 
face of a bank note than the name of a bank itself. Nathaniel Jocelyn, to whom the 
appellation belonged, learned at first watchmaking, then took up drawing and engrav- 
ing, and subsequently oil painting. He was the founder of the most celebrated of the 
bank note companies, and was a leader in the highest style of art for more than two gen- 
erations. Old age crept upon him with steps so gentle that it left hardly a footprint on 
the face or form. He visited us at this office when he was nearly eighty, and looked 
younger than many who are below fifty. For the last few years he has lived a quiet, 
retired life, in the midst of his most interesting family, at New Haven, giving advice 
and counsel in matters of art, and interesting himself in the higher culture of all whose 
tastes inclined them to his favorite pursuits. He was a man of high character, and 
greatly beloved by all who knew him. He fell asleep on the evening of the 13th inst, 
near to his 85th birthday, folding his arms like a child for the last, long rest. Died New 
Haven Jan. 13. 1881, m. New Haven July 5, 1818, Sarah Atwater Plant 8 , b. Dec 9, 1800, d. 
New Haven June 16, 1880. 

Plant ancestry : — Arms: Plant. Argent a label in bend, azure; in chief a rose gules. 
Crest — A stag trippant gules. . . . John 1 m. Betty Roundkettle. — His. Stratford, 
Conn., by Rev. Samuel Orcutt, III: 12J0; John", b. Branford Mar. 3, 1678-9, soldier King- 
Philip's war, d. B. Feb. 10, 1752, m. Hannah Wheadon 8 , b. 1686, d. B.Nov. 5, 1754; James*, 
b. B Nov. 18, 1716, d. B. Feb. 7, 1795, m. B. Sept. 22, 1740, Bathsheba Page 8 , b. B. Jan. 25, 
1715-6, d. Stratford Jan. 5, 1803 ; Ebenezer 4 , b. Branford Oct. 26, 1751, d. Derby, Conn., 
1786, m. Oxford, Conn., Aug. 17, 1774, Esther Bassett 6 , b. June 17, 1753; Capt. Samuel 5 , d. 
Norfolk, Va., 1815, m. Dorothy Gorham 8 , b. Feb. 22, 1775, d. Aug. 4, 1832 ; Sarah Atwater* 
Plant m. Nathaniel Jocelyn*. 

Gorham ancestry: — An ancient family, derived from the De Gorran of LaTanniere, 
n. Gorran in Maine^on the borders of Brittany, several rem. to Eng. 1066-87. 

1576, m. 1572, Agnes Bernington ; Ralph 
Jabez 4 , b. Barnstable, Mass., Aug. -\, 1636, in King 

_ , irmouth, d. Bristol, R. I., 1724-5, m. Hannah: Isaac 5 

m. Hannah Miles 4 , b. N. Haven Oct. 27, 1697 ; John 8 m. Lydia Dorman 4 ; Isaac' m. Sarah 
Atwater 11 ; Dorothy 8 Gorham m. Samuel Plant 6 . 

Atwater ancestry : — Arms (Kent). Sa. a fesse wavy az. betw. 3 swans ppr. . . . 
Thomas 1 , of Royton, in Lenham, Eng., will dated Oct. 5, 1480, rec. Canterbury, Eng., m. 
Elinor ; John 3 , will proved July 14, 1501, m. Maryon ; Robert 8 (the Elder), will prov. Dec. 
22, 1522 ; Thomas 4 , of Royton, m. Johann ; Christopher 6 , d. R. 1573, m. Marion ; John 8 ; 
David 7 , fr. London, Eng., New Haven 1638, m. Damaris Sayres ; Jonathan 8 , b. July 12, 
1656, of N. H., m. Ruth Peck 3 ; Jonathan 8 , m. Abigail Bradley 3 ; Isaac 10 , m. Dorothy 
Mix 4 : Sarah 11 Atwater, m. Isaac Gorham'. 

Mix ancestry: — Thomas 1 , New Haven 1643, m. Rebecca Turner, da. Capt. Nathan- 
iel of New Haven, chief military officer of the colony ; Caleb 3 , b. 1661, a propr. of New 



James 1 , b. 1550, of Benefield, Eng., d. 1576, m. 1572, Agnes Bernington ; Ralph 3 : John 8 m. 
Desire Howland 3 [see +1155, p. 540] ; Jabez 4 , b. Barnstable, Mass., Aug. -\, 1656, in King 
Philip's war in R. I., wounded, of Yarmouth, d. Bristol, R. I., 1724-5, m. Hannah : Isaac 5 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. I2 ij 

Haven, m. Hannah ; Caleb 3 , b. Sept. 27, 1687, m. Rebecca Thompson 6 ; Dorothy* Mix, m. 
Isaac Atwater 10 . 

Thompson ancestry : — Thomasi Thompsin, of Sandwich, Eng., merchant; Henry 2 , of 
Royton Chapel, bur. Lenham, co. Kent, Eng., Oct. 20, 1648, m. Dorothy Honeywood, desc. 
from ancient family of Honeywood of Honeywood, co. Kent, temp. Henry II ; Anthony 3 , 
b. Aug. 30, 1612, of New Haven 1639, m. Bridget ; Capt. John* ; Lt. John 6 , m. Rebecca Dan- 
iel 2 , b. Jan. 30, 1657-8 ; Rebecca 8 Thompson, m. Caleb Mix 3 . 

Daniel ancestry : — Stephen 1 , Saybrook, Conn., 1650, New Haven, m. Anna Gregson, 
da. Thomas and Jane of New Haven ; Rebecca 2 Daniel, m. John Thompson 5 . 

Bradley ancestry — is arms: (Worcestershire). Ar. a fesse gu. betw. 3 round buckles 
vert. . . . William 1 , of New Haven, d. 1691, m. Alice Pritchard, prob. da. of Roger 
and Frances of Springfield, Mass.; Nathaniel 2 , b. Feb. 26, 1660, m. Ruth Dickerman 3 ; 
Abigail 3 Bradley, m. Jonathan Atwater 9 . 

Dickerman ancestry: — Thomas 1 , Dorchester, Mass., 1636, tailor; Lt. Abraham 2 , b. 
per. Eng., of New Haven 1662, m. Mary Cook, da. John ; Ruth 3 Dickerman, m. Nathaniel 
Bradley 2 . 

Peck ancestry .- — Dea. William 1 , b. n. London, Eng., 1601, merch. fr. L., arr. Boston, 
Mass., June 26, 1637, a founder of New Haven, m. 1st, Elizabeth ; Rev. Jeremiah 2 , b. Lon- 
don, prob. 1623, pastor Saybrook, Newark, N. J., the first minister at Elizabethtown, N. 
J., 1669, m. Johannah Kitchell 2 ; Ruth 8 Peck, m. Jonathan Atwater 8 . 

Kitchell ancestry : — Robert 1 , Guilford 1639, of Newark, N. J., the benefactor, m. 
Margaret Sheafe, da. of Dr. Edward of Cranbrook, Kent, Eng.; Johannah 2 Kitchell, m. 
Jeremiah Peck 2 . 

Dorman ancestry-' — Arms: Az. 3 leopards' faces ar. Crest — A. lion's paw holding a 
tilting spear. . . . Edmund 1 , b. 1636, of New Haven 1657, propr. 1685, m. Hannah Hull, 
da. Richard from Derbyshire, Eng., of New Haven ; Benjamin", b. Oct. 15, 1673, m. Ruth 
Johnson, da. John and Susan of New Haven ; Benjamin 3 , m. Sarah Tuttle* ; Lydia* Dor- 
man, m. John Gorham 6 . 

Tut tie ancestry: — William 1 [see +452. P- 266] ; Joseph 2 , bap. New Haven Nov. 22, 
1640, m. Hannah Munson, da. Capt. Thomas of New Haven ; Samuel 3 , m. Sarah Hart 3 ; 
Sarah 4 Tuttle, m. Benjamin Dorman 3 . 

Hart ancestry : — Stephen 1 [see +2397, p. 912] ; Stephen 2 , of Farmington, Conn., died 
1689 : Sarah 3 Hart, m. Samuel Tuttle 3 . 

Miles ancestry : — 5 arms: (Cuddington). Erm. a millrind sa ; a chief vert. . . . 
Richard 1 , Milford 1639, New Haven 1643, rep. 1651, m. Mrs. Katherine Constable, widow; 
Capt. John 2 , b. Oct., 1644, m. Elizabeth Harriman, da John and Elizabeth of New Haven; 
Lt. Richard 3 , m. Hannah (? Easton).; Hannah* Miles, m. Isaac Gorham 6 . 

Basset t ancestry : — 11 arms: BASSET; 25: Bassett (Sornersetsh.). Erm. a canton 
gu. ... John 1 , from Eng., New Haven 1647, d. Feb., 1653, m. Margery ; Robert 3 , b. 
England, New Haven, shoemaker, town drummer; Sergt. Robert 3 , m. Elizabeth Riggs*; 
Capt. Samuel*, Derby 1716, justice, m. Deborah Bennett 3 ; Lt. John 6 , m. Naomi Woos- 
ter* ; Esther 8 Bassett, m. Ebenezer Plant*. 

Wooster ancestry : — Edward 1 , b. Eng. 1622, Milford 1651, constable, d. Derby July 8, 
1689, m. Tabitha Tomlinson, da. Henry and Alice from Eng., of Stratford ; Timothy 2 , m. 
Anna Perry 8 ; Edward 3 , m. Elizabeth Watkins 2 ; Naomi* Wooster, m. John Bassett 6 . 

Watkins ancestry : — / arms : W ATKENS ; 2 .• Watkin ; 2 .• WATKYNS ; 10 : Watkins : 
(Llanigen, co. Brecon). Sa. a chev. betw. 3 gauntlets, fingers clenched or. . . . Joseph 1 , 
d. Dec. 23, 1711, m. 1690, Johanna Blakeman 3 ; Elizabeth 2 Watkins, m. Edward Wooster 3 . 

Blakeman, Blackman ancestry : — Rev. Adain 1 , b. Staffordshire, Eng., 1598, matric. 
Christ's Coll., Oxford, Eng., May 28, 1617, preached in Leicester and Derby cos., came 
here 1638, first min. of Stratford 1640, m. Jane Wheeler, sister of Moses (below) ; Samuel 2 
m. Elizabeth Wheeler, da. Moses and Miriam (Hawley, sister of Joseph) of S.; Johan- 
nah 3 Blakeman, m. Joseph Watkins 1 . 

Perry ancestry : — i arms : Perry or Pery ; 5 : Pery ; 12 : Perry : (Worcestershire). 
Ar. on a bend sa. 3 pears or. Crest — A cubit arm in armour grasping in the gauntlet a 
sword ar. . . . Arthur 1 ; Arthur 2 , b. Stratford 165 1, m. Anna Judson 3 ; Anna 3 Perry, 
m. Timothy Wooster 2 . 

Judson ancestry : — 1 arms : JUDSON or JudgsON ; / .• JUDSON : Or. a chev. purp. be- 
tween 3 dragons' heads erased vert. . . . William 1 , b. Eng., fr. Kirby Moor, N. Rid- 
ing, co." York, 1634, Stratford 1638, m. 1st, Eng., Grace ; Joshua 2 , m. Ann Porter 2 of Wind- 
sor, Conn.; Anna 3 Judson, m. Arthur Perry 2 . 

Bennett ancestry : — Isaac 1 , married June 2, 1683, Elizabeth Rose 3 , b. Stratford Feb., 
1658-9; Nathan 2 , b. S. Aug. 6, 1697, m. Deborah Corliss*; Deborah 3 Bennett, m. Samuel 
Bassett*. 

Curtiss ancestry : — William 1 , d. bef. 1639, m. Elizabeth ; "William 2 , with his widowed 

mother settled in Stratford 1639, m. 1st, : ; Lt. Ebenezer 3 , b. July 6, 1657, in. Ruth 

Porter 3 , b. Nov. 22, 1629 ; Deborah* Curtiss, m. Nathan Bennett 2 . 

Porter ancestry, 2 lines .- — John 1 of Messing, Eng., of Windsor, m. (Messing- parish 
reg.) Oct. 18, 1620, Anna White 2 , bap. Messing, July 13, 1600 ; Nathaniel 2 , b. Windsor 
July 19, 1640, of Stratford, ni. Anna Groves, da. Elder Philip and Ann of S.; Ruth 3 , m. 
Ebenezer Curtiss 3 , . . . John 1 , Ann" Porter m. Joshua Judson 2 . 

White ancestry •" — Robert 1 of Messing, Eng., m. Bridget Allgar, da. William of Shal- 
ford, co. Essex, Eng.; Anna 2 , prob. sister of Mary, who m. Joseph Loomis of Windsor, 
and of Elizabeth White, who m. Messing, Nov. 7, 1616, William Goodwin of Hartford. 

Rose ancestry : — 1 arms : ROSE or ROSSE ; 4 : ROSSE ; 16 Rose ; (London) Az. a fal- 
con volant, within a double tressure flory, counterflory, or, on a canton ar. a rose gu. . 
. . Robert 1 ,. b. 1594, with w. fr. Ipswich, Eng., Wethersfteld, Conn., 1639, m. Margery; 
Robert 2 , inventory May 9, 1683, m. Rebecca ; Elizabeth 3 Rose, m. Isaac Bennett 1 . 

Piggs ancestry ■ — 2 arms : RlGG ; / : RlGG or RlGGES ; 3 : RlGGE ; / .■ RlGGES ; 
1 : RlGGS or RyGGES (Strangle Thorpe, co. Lincoln, and Middlesex) Gu. a fesse erm. 
betw. 3 water spaniels ar. each holding in the mouth a birdbolt or. Crest — A talbot 
pass. gu. eared or holding in the mouth a birdbolt or. . . . Edward 1 fr. Eng. to Rox- 
bury, Mass., freem., May 14, 1634, m. 1st, Eng., Elizabeth, she d. R. Oct., 1634 ; Sergt. Ed- 
ward 2 , b. Eng. ab. 1613, sergt. in Pequot war, Derby, m. Elizabeth Roosa; Ensign Sam- 
uel 3 , m. Sarah Baldwin 6 ; Elizabeth* Riggs, m. Robert Bassett 3 . . 

Baldwin ancestry: — Richard 1 , Henry 2 [see + 334, p. 209) ; Sylvester 3 , m. Choles- 
bury, Eng., Sept. 28, 1590, Jane Wells ; Sylvester 4 , d. on ship Martin coming to America 
June 21, 1638, m. Eng., Sarah Bryan related to Alexander Bryan ; Richard 6 , bap. Aston 



1212 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Clinton, Eng., Aug. 25, 1622, fr. London, Eng., prob. fr. office of uncle Henry, atty., Mil- 
ford 1638, Paugusset (Derby), Conn., m. Elizabeth Alsop 19 ; Sarah" Baldwin, m. Samuel 
Rigg 8 . 

Alsop ancestry, 2 lines .• — Sable three plovers rising argent, beaked and legged 
gules. Crest — A plover or beaked and legged gules, in its bill a wheat ear or. [See N. 
E. Reg. XL V : 187 — Positive pedigrees and authorized arms. Alsop, Joseph, New Ha- 
ven. Evidence : Will of John Alsop of Bonsall, Derbyshire, 1643] . . . Gamel or 
Gamellus 1 de Alsopp; Gweno 2 de Alsop was, by William de Ferrers, Earl of Derby, 
granted Alsop, temp. K. John ; Henry 3 m. Margery ; Richard 4 ; William 5 ; Ranulph 9 , 5 
Edw. II, m. Beatrix ; Ranulph', m. Agnes ; Richard 8 ; Thomas 9 de Alsopp ; John 10 
Alsopp, 14 Hen. IV; John 1 *; John 13 , temp. Ed. IV ; Thomas 18 Alsopp of Alsop-in-the- 
Dale, co. Derby, m. a da. of Hugh Erdswick of Sandon, co. Stafford. ; John 14 m. Jane 
Beresford, whose ancestry 12 generations in Eng. with Arms ; George 18 m. Jane Edger- 
ton, da. William of Wall Grange ; John 16 m. Anne Alsop"; Anthony 17 m. Jane Smith, 
da. Richard of Comebridge, co. Stafford; John' 8 Alsopp m. Temperance Gilbert, da. 
Thomas of Mickleover ; Elizabeth 19 Alsop (sister of Joseph of New Haven) came to 
America, joined Milford chh. in maiden name Feb. 5, 1643, m. same day Richard Bald- 
win 6 . . . . John 1 * (above); John 1 ' m. Elizabeth, da. of Kniverton of Mercaston, co. Dar- 
by; Thomas 1 * m. Anne Bassett, da. William of Blore; Anne 18 Alsopp m. John Alsopp 16 . 

Page ancestry : — George 1 d. Branford 1689, m. Sarah; Samuel 2 b. B. Mar., 1670-1 m. 
Mindwell : Bathsheba 8 Page m. James Plant 3 . 

Wheadon, Whedon ancestry: — Thomas 1 , apprentice in Eng. to John Meigs just bef. 
coming to learn his art of tanner, New Haven, Conn., took oath of fidelity 1657, Branford, 
propr. there ;bef. 1657, d. 1691, m. May 24, 1661, Ann Harvey : Thomas 3 , b. May 31, 1663, of 
B., d. ab. 1707, m. Hannah Barnes ; Hannah* Wheadon m. John Plant 2 . — 

Smith ancestry: — William 1 , Samuel 2 [see +3377. P- "47]; Dea. James 3 , b. Farming- 
ton, Conn., Oct. 9, 1704, m. Ruth Judd* ; Lt. Samuel 4 m. Abigail Higley* ; Luceannah 6 
Smith m. Simeon Jocelvn 3 . 

Higley ancestry :— Jonathan 1 , d. in Eng. 1664, m. Katherine Brewster, she d. Eng. 
Aug. 23, 1657, da. Rev. John ; Capt. John 2 , b. Eng. July 22, 1649, from Frimley, Surrey, 
Eng., Windsor 1666, customs officer, m. 1st Hannah Drake 11 [ancestor of Col. John* 
(Gov. Jonathan 4 , see p. 872) Trumbull, " soldier artist ", and it is thought that both he and 
his second cousin's son, Nathaniel Jocelyn 4 , received their remarkable artistic abilities 
from a common ancestor] ; Dr. Samuel 4 attended Yale 2 years, of W., medical practi- 
tioner, steel maker, owned a Simsbury copper mine, and manufactured for himself 
coins, the celebrated Higley copper 3-pence &c. y 1737, lost at sea, 1737, m. Abigail ; Abi- 
gail 4 Higley m. Samuel Smith 4 . 

Drake ancestry : — Johni of Exmouth, Eng., 1360, m. Christian Billett and acquired 
'Ashe ; John 2 , unlawfully excluded from Ashe by Christoper Francheyney (the son of 
his mother by her 2d m. with Richard Francheyney). of Otterton, m. Christian Antage, 
da. John ; John 8 m. Crowys of Crowys Merchand ; John 4 m. Agneta Keloway, da. John ; 
John 6 , by lawsuit, recovered Ashe, m. Margaret Cole, da. John of Rill, co. Devon ; John 8 , 
High Sheriff Devon 1561-2, m. Amye (or Ann) Grenville, da. Roger of Stowei co. Corn- 
wall ; Robert 7 of Wiscombe Parte, Devon, m. Elizabeth Prideaux, da. Humphrey of 
Thenborough; William 8 of Wiscombe m. Philip or Phillippa Dennis, John 9 , b. Wis- 
combe ab. 1600, Boston 1630, Windsor 1635 • [see +3160, p. 1060], m. Elizabeth Rogers ; 
John>» m. Hannah Moore, da. Thomas of W. ; Hannah 11 Drake m. John Higley 2 . 

Jtedd ancestry: — Thomas 1 [see +1186, p. 554] ; William 2 , b. Eng., of Farmmgton, m. 
Mary Steele, da. John and Rachel of Hartford, Conn. ; Capt. Thomas 3 of Waterbury, 
Conn., town elk., m. Sarah Freeman, da. Stephen and Hannah (Astwood?) of Milford; 
Ruth 4 Judd m. James Smith 8 . 

Abbott ancestry : — Abbott. Ar. a cross fimbriated or, betw. 4 eagles displ. or. . 
Crest — A griffin sejant az. bezantee. . . . Robert 1 , Watertown, Mass., Col. Rec, — 
Robert Abbitt, freem. Sept. 3, 1634, d. New Haven 1659, m. Mary ; Joseph 2 , b. N. H. Apr. 
20, 1652 ; Abigail 8 Abbot m. Nathaniel Jocelyn 1 . — Foregoing ancestries were compiled by 
Miss Louise Tracy, New Haven, for Judge Livingston Warner 8 Cleaveland. 

4020. 

FREDERICK WESTON 7 CLEAVELAND (John", Perez 6 , Elea- 
zer 4 , Samuel 8 , Samuel 2 ), d. Ypsilanti, Mich., Sept. 4, 1896, a. 71, HI. ISt, 

Salisbury, Conn., Feb. 12, 1848, Susan Harris, b. S., Apr. 13, 
1824, d. Ypsilanti July 28, 1864, a daughter Milo and Abigail 
(Serdam). He m. 2d, South Egremont, Mass., Jan. 25, 187 1, 
Mary Jane Gardner, b. Livingston, N. Y., May 26, 1833, da. 
John I. and Christiana (Potts). Ch. by 1st m.: 

9672 Susan Ophelia 8 Cleaveland, b. Aug. 3, 1850, Salis- 
bury, m. Pleasant Plains, Dutchess co., N. Y., Dec. n, 1872, 
Stephen Henry Sleight, b. Hyde Park, N. Y., July 2, 1839, a s. 
Frederick Wilson and Elizabeth (Paulding). Was corporal in 
N. Y. Vols., under Sherman; lived at Lansing, Mich., 187 1-4, 
Bath, Clinton co., Mich., to Apr., 1883, since on his 160-acre 
farm, 12 m. fr. Frederick, Brown co., Dak., P. O., 1885, Eaton, 
Dickey co., Dak., P. O. 1892, Gulph, N. Dak. Ch.: Susan Ethe- 
lyn* Sleight, b. Nov. 6, 1873, Lansing, d. L., Feb. 6, 1876 ; Freder- 
ick Stephen 9 Sleight, b. Dec 29, 1875, L.; John Henry* Sleight, Jan. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 . CLEVELAND. 



1213 



7, 1878, Bath ; Angelo Cleaveland 9 Sleight, Mar. 15, 1879, B.; Carrie 
Eugenia* Sleight, Aug. 7, 1882, Dak.; Mary May* Sleight, Dec. 21, 
1884, Dak. 

9673 Carrie Calista 8 Cleaveland, b. Sept. 19, 1856, Ypsi- 
lanti, m. Y., Oct. 22, 1879, Eugene Hobart Hoyt, born Sharon, 
Washtenaw co., Mich., Nov. 2, 1853, died Meridian, Ingham co., 
Lansing, Mich., Sept. 12, 1880, only s. Ralph and Laura Eme- 
line (Turner), dwelt Lansing, farmer. Mrs. Hoyt resided Cleve- 
land, O., 1883-7, Hartford, Conn., 1887-9, Minneapolis, Minn., 
1889-Mar., 1891; St. Paul, Minn., since (1895). Mrs. Hoyt has 
visited Europe many times. Subscribes for this genealogy. 
s. p. 2d m.: S; p. 

Frederick Weston* Cleaveland resided in Chapinville, Conn., 
to 1853, and afterward at Ypsilanti. Dealer in carriages. For- 
merly held the office of U. S. City Marshal of Ypsilanti. Mr. 
Cleaveland was much esteemed by his fellow citizens. 

4024. 

JANE CECELIA 7 CLEAVELAND (john»), m. 1st, Bloom- 
field, Conn., Nov. 5, 1873, as 2d w., Albert Gallatin Nearing, born 
B., May 15, 1812, d. B., Mar. 10, 1884, a s. Ashel and Mary (Loomis). 
She m. 2d, B., Dec. 2, 1885, Horace Clark Wolcott, b. Watertown, 
N. Y., Aug. 29, 1845, s. Wells Warner and Emily (Bancroft). 
Ch. by 1st m., b. West Granby, Hartford co., Conn.: 

-{-9674 Charles Sumner 6 Nearing, born Mar. 5, 1875. 

-^9675 Mary Cecelia* Nearing, b. Dec. 27, 1877. 2d m. : s. p. 

Albert Galiatin Nearing dwelt W. Granby, builder. He m. 
1st, Bloomfield, Feb. 20, 1838, Nancy Amelia Cadwell, b. B. 
Nov. 14, 181 1, d. B. Mar. 9, 1870, da. Allen Case and Nancy 
(Latimer). Ch. b. W. Granby: 1. Jessie Amelia Nearing, b. Oct. 
30, 1845, m - Gilman C. Hickok, of Everett, Mass. Ch. : none 
living. 2. Franklin Mortimer Nearing, b. Apr. 8, 1841, d. North 
Granby, Hartford co., Conn., Sept. 14, 1897, m. Delia Parsons of 
Granby, Conn., builder. Ch. : Frederick Nearing, Lewis Nearing. 

Horace Clark Wolcott res. Bloomfield, 1886, carriage manuf'r ; 
Morris, Conn., 1889-92, since at Northfield, Conn. (1897). 

4030. 

GEORGE MARVIN 7 CLEVELAND (Marvin', Perez*, Eleazer*. 

Samuei», samuei«, Moses*), m. Candor, N. Y., Aug, 3, Elsie Adeline 
Seagur, b. Roxbury, N. Y., Apr. 7, a da. Solomon and Irene 
(Bush), res. Wilseyville, N. Y., always, 1884, builder and joiner. 
Ch.: 9676 Eva Adelaide 8 Cleveland, b. May 13, ab. 1846, d. 
Candor, Aug. 20, ab. 1858. Rose 8 , b. ab. 1848, d., aged 18 mos. 

4031. 

JAMES PEREZ 7 CLEVELAND (Marvin«), m. 1st, Candor, 
N. Y., Aug. 3, 1847, Celestia Hoyt, b. C, Apr. 17, 1829, died C, 
Sept. 7, 1863, da. Isaac and Lucy (Bailey). He m. 2d, Bowie, 
Prince George's co., Md., May 19, 1865, Elizabeth Ann Griffith, 
b. Arundel co., Md., Nov. 19, 1827, da. Dennis and Priscilla 
(Phelps), res. Baltimore, Md., 1884-91, carpenter. Ch. by 1st m.: 
9677 Emeline Storey 8 Cleveland, b. July 19, 1849, m. 
Smith Harris, he d. Apr. 24, 1875. 



1214 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

+9678 George Almeron 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 31, 1850. 

9679 Adaline Loanna 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 11, 1853, d. 
Feb. 23, 1877, m. in Mich., Mar., 1872, P. W. Childeen. s. p. 

9680-2 Lucy Ann*, b. Mar. 23, 1859 ; John James 8 , b. Nov. 
7, 1861. By 2d m.: Rosa Adaline 8 , b. Sept. 8, 1868. 

4032. 

JOHN COLE 7 CLEVELAND (Marvin'), died Ithaca, N. Y., 
Apr., 1867, a. 34, m. I., Jan. 17, 1855, Eliza Almeda Van Houten, 

b. n. I., 1833, d. I., Aug., 1866, a da. and Fanny. Lived 

at Candor, N. Y., and Ithaca, where his widow res. 1884, cabinet 
maker and undertaker. Ch. b. Ithaca : 

9683 Alice Jane 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 8, 1855, m. I., May 
31, 1874, Samuel Orange Williamson, b. n. Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 
3, 1845, d. New York city, Jan. 27, 1885, a s. Orange Henry and 
Betsey (Wilkinson); lived Ithaca to Apr., 1879, N. Y. c. after- 
ward, engineer N. Y. Ele. R. R. She res. N. Y. c. to 1885, Bat- 
tle Creek, Mich., 1885, Wilseyville, N. Y, 1888.. Ch.: Ralph 
Vaughn* Williamson, b. Sept. 3, 1875, Ithaca; Nellie Maud 9 Wil- 
liamson, b. Nov. 3, 1877, I., d. ab. 1886-7 ; Lena May 9 Williamson, 
b. Dec. 19, 1881, N. Y. c, d. N. Y. c, May 18, 1884. 

9684 Fanny Bell 8 Cleveland, b. June 15, i860, m. Ithaca, 
Oct. 12, 1876, Waldo Gilbert Robinson, b. Geneva, N. Y., Oct. 
10, 1853, only s. Orin and Elizabeth Cornelia (Gilbert), dwelt 
Flint, Mich., Port Huron, Mich., Battle Creek, express/ agent, 
member Battle C. Div. No. 6, order of R. R. Conductors. Ch. 
b. Battle C. : Bessie Gilbert* Robinson, Nov. 19; Harry Cleveland* 
Robinson, June 4. 

9685 Susie B. 8 Cleveland, born June 18, 1865, unm., res. 
Ithaca. 

4033. 

JOSEPH 7 CLEVELAND (Marvin*), m. Candor, N. Y., about 
1864, Isadore; res. 1884, Pleasant Valley, N. Y., carpenter. Ch. 
b. Pleasant Valley : 

9686-9 Charles 8 , b. 1866 ; Cora 8 , b. 1868 ; Emmet 8 , b. 1870; 
Hattie 8 , b. 1876; Carrie 8 Cleveland, b. 1878. 

4036. 

JEHILAH 7 CLEVELAND (Perez Franklin", Perez*, Eleazer*, Sam'l", 

Samuel!", Moses'), m. Oswego, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1 849, Almeron Corwin, 
b. Cortland, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1827, d. Owego, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1880, 
a s. Polydore Brown and Sarah (Thompson). Ch. b. Owego : 

9690 Emma Delphine* Corwin, b. Oct. 25, 1859, d. June 4, 
1862; Charles Marvin* Corwin, b. Oct. 30, 1863, d. Mar. 27, 1864; 
Franklin Almeron 6 Corwin, b. Feb. 13, d. June 4, 1866. Anna 
Belle Corwin (adopted), b. Sept. 28, 1854, m. Herbert A. Farn- 
ham of Oswego. 

Almeron Corwin res., 1849-1884, Owego, silversmith. 



Corwin ancestry :— 1 arms: Curwin ; 5: Curwen (Workington, Cumberland co., 
Ene., ancient knightly family,- desc. fr. Gospatric, Earl Northumberland ; the heiress 
Isabella Curwen m. John Christian of Unerigg, Esq.). Ar. fretty gu. chief az. Crest — 



Unicorn's head. Motto — Si je n'estoy. . . . Matthias 1 , b. Eng., 1395, first Corwin in 
.America, Ipswich, Mass., 1654, a first settler of Southold, L. 1., 1640, m. Margaret Mor- 
ton'; Theopilus*; Daniel 8 ; Daniel [Jedediah] 4 ; Silas*; Ezra 8 ; Pollydore Brown* Cor- 
win m. Sarah Thompson.— Corwin genealogy, by Edward Tanjore Corwin, i8j2. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 

4037. 



1215 



PEREZ FRANKLIN 7 CLEVELAND (Perez Franklin*), m. 

Patience Darling- of Apalachin, Tioga co., N. Y., b. Ohio, Sept. 
2 5> l %37, da. Calvin and Emily (Steele). Dwelt Carapville, 
N. Y., Aug. 26, 1855, Detroit, Mich., Jan. 20, 1856, Flint, Mich., 
to 1884, builder. Ch. b. Flint: 9691-2 Frank Perez 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Jan. 3, i860, studying for a doctor, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
Florence Emily 8 , b. Feb. 9, 1864, res., Flint, teacher. 

4038. 

MARIE BETSEY 7 CLEVELAND (Perez Franklin'), m. 

Owego, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1858, as 2d w., Horace Peirce Johnson, 
b. Lisle, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1829, a s. Asahel Cheeney and Rhoda 
(Dewey). Ch. : Rosa Hilc? Johnson, b. Feb. 23, i860, Owego, d. 
Flint, Mich., Apr. 14, 1879. Horace P. Johnson dwelt Hornells- 
ville, N. Y., and Flint, dentist. He m. 1st, Feb. 25, 185 1, Abi- 
gail Rising Griffin; she d. Newark Valley, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1854, 
da. Alvah and Fanny (Rising). 

Stoddard ancestry : — John 1 of Wethersfield, Conn., 1645, m. Mary Foote, da. Nathaniel 
and Elizabeth (Deming) of Watertown ; John 2 , b. Apr. 12, 1646, m. Elizabeth Curtis, da. 
Thomas of Wethersf. ; John 8 ; James 4 ; Rhoda 6 Stoddard m. Elijah Jones, s. Elijah and 
Anna (Brown) ; James 6 Jones m. Mercy Dewey, da. Abner ; Rhoda 7 Dewey m. Asahel 
Cheeney Johnson, s. Ben], and Mary (Cornwell). — Patterson's Stoddard gen., 7/. 

4039. 

JOHN WARREN 7 CLEVELAND (Perez Franklin"), m. Isa- 
bella Haven of Flint, Mich. Dwelt Flint, 185 6-1884, builder. 
Ch. : 9693 Cora Beulah 8 Cleveland, b. Feb., 1872. 

4041. 

NORACE N. 7 CLEVELAND (Lucius', Perez', Eleazer*, Sam. 3, Sam.a), 

m. Belfast, Allegany co., N. Y., Mar. 1, 1853, Marian Crawford, 
b. Wayne, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1830, a da. Joshua and Hannah 
(Gleason), res., Farmersville, N. Y., 1884, farmer. Ch. : Adel 8 , 
b. Mar. 14, 1854, d. Jan. 24, 1862. 9694 Harriet M. b , b. Jan. 1, 1855. 

9695 Ella 8 Cleveland, m. Sept. 10, 1883, Henry Cald- 
well, s. James and Polly, 1. Farmersv. 

4042. 

FREEMAN 7 CLEVELAND (Lucius'), m. Belfast, N. Y., Mar. 
1, 1853, Margaret Crawford, b. B., Oct. 11, 1836, a da. Joshua 
and Hannah (Gleason), 1. Franklinville, N. Y., farmer. Ch. : 

9696 Fayette 8 Cleveland, b. July 10, 1854, m. May 18, 
1883, Mary E. Eckert, b. Farmersville, N. Y., da. German A. 
and Mary. 9697-9 Loretta 6 , b. Oct. 9, 1857; Frederick 8 
Cleveland, b. June 6, i860 ; Kate 8 Cleveland, May 10, 1867. 

4047. 

JEmeline' StOVy (Betsey Ann", Perez*, Eleazer<, Sam.!, Sam.»), d. May 

5, 10, 1848, a. 24, m. Sept. 26, 1842, as 1st w., Rufus Fenton 
Noble from Colesville, N. Y., b. Feb. 1, 18 19, a s. Ralph and 
Harriet (Whittemore). s. p. Rufus Fenton Noble, 1., 1876, James- 
town, N. Y. He m. 2d, Oct. 2-, 185 1, Hannah Ann Felton, b. 



I2 i6 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

June 5, 1832, da. Ezra. Ch. : Charles Ezra Noble, b. June 4,. 
1853 ; Willis Albert Noble, June 18, 1856 ; Ralph Alonzo Noble, 
June 13, 1859. 

Noble ancestry : — 8 arms : (Devon, Kent.) Or. 2 lions pass. betw. 3 flaunches ; over 
allfessegu. Crest— Lion pass. . . William Nobil, citizen of Winton, Eng., 1207. . . 
Thomas 1 , b. Eng., 1632, Boston, 1653, Westfield, Mass., m. Hannah Warriner, da. William 
and Joanna (Scant) ; "Matthew 2 m. Hannah Dewey 8 ; Matthew 3 m. 1st, Joanna Stebbins 4 ;: 
Rev. Gideon 4 m. Christian Cadwell, da. Hezekiah; Solomon 6 m. Huldah Calkins, da. 
James ; Ralph 8 Noble m. Harriet Whittemore, da. Daniel and Bridget (Fenton). Geneal- 
ogy of Thomas Noble of Westf, By Lucius M. Boltwood, 187S, p. 483. 

Stebbins ancestry: — Stebbing: (Suffolk) Quarterly or and gu. on a bend sa. 5 
bezants. Crest — Lion's head. . . Rowland! fr. Ipswich, Eng., 1634, Northampton, m. 
Sarah ; Thomas 3 , b. Eng., 1620, Springf., m. Hannah Wright, da. Samuel ; Samuel' m. 
zd, Abigail Brooks ; Joanna 4 Stebbins m. Matthew Noble'. 

Dewey ancestry: — DEWE : (Kent.) Gu. chev. ar. betw. 9 plates. . . Cornet 
Thomasi, Dorchester, 1633, m. Windsor, Mar. 22, 1639, wid. Frances Clark ; Thomas 3 , 
bap. Feb. 16, 1640, Westf., Northam. ; m. Constance Hawes, da. Richard and Ann of 
Dorch. ; Hannah 8 Dewey m. Matthew Noble 3 . 

4048. 

Adaline 1 Story (Betsey Ann 8 ), . m. Jan. 12, 1845, Daniel 
Webber Noble, b. West Colesville, Broome co., N. Y., Oct. 21, 
1820, a s. Ralph and Hannah (Whittemore). Dwelt Colesv. to 
1840, Lawrence ville, Pa., to Feb., 1868, since at Addison, N. Y. 
(1884), door manfr. Ch. : 9700 Mary Jane* Noble, b. Mar. 22,. 
1853, Lawrencev., m. Charles Chesbrough, he d. Nov., 1883. 

Noble, &£., ancestries : — See -f-4°47. 

4049. 

Betsey Ann 7 Story (Betsey Ann«), m. Lawrenceville, Pa.,. 
Calvin Benn, res., Lawrencev., 1884, storekeeper, owns and 
operates a farm. Ch. : 9701 Emma Delphine* Benn, b. i860, m. 
Frederick Lindsley of Lawrencev., business partner with Calvin 
Benn; Bessie Alwin* Benn, b. Aug. 1, 1873. 

4054. 

ROBERT 7 CLEAVELAND (Elisha Whittlesey 8 , Bradford 6 , Eleazer 4 ,. 

Samuel', Samuel 3 , Mosesi), m. Paterson, N. J., June 12, 1876, Hester 
Margaret Winters, b. Pompton, N. J., Feb. 8, 1851, da. Henry 
and Mary (Fox), res., Paterson, 1883-95 ; salesman. Ch. : 
9702 Edwin Whittlesey 8 Cleaveland, b. Mar. 5, 1877, Paterson. 

4058. 

GEORGE DOWNER 7 CLEAVELAND (Elisha Whittlesey »), m. 
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 12, 1881, Mattie Maud Lindsay, b. Little 
Rock, Ark., May 1, 1864, da. William and Louisa (Jones), res., 
Kansas City, 1883, Paterson, N. J., 1885-95, merchant. Ch. b. 
Paterson : 9703 Helen May 8 , Mar. 19, 1885 ; George Lindsay 8 ,. 
Sept. 28, 1887 ; Hubert Wilford 8 Cleaveland, Mar. 8, 1890. 

4059. 

ALBERT FRANCIS 7 CLEAVELAND (Elisha Whittlesey"), m. 
ab. 1885. Of Paterson, N. J. (1895), salesman. Ch. : Howard 
Blauvelt 8 Cleaveland, b. May 2, 1888. 

4060. 

JENNIE LINCOLN 7 CLEAVELAND (siisha Whittlesey*), m. 
Lakeville, Conn., July 16, 1890, Rev. William Willcocks, b. New 
York, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1853, s. Edward and Julia (Cornwall). Ch. :. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. i 2 \y 

Lucile Elizabeth* Willcocks, b. Feb. 10, 1896, Plattekill, 
N. Y. 

Rev. William Willcocks grad. Boston University, 1881 ; 
Methodist Episcopal clergyman. Residence, Plattekill, 1895-6, 
pastor at Plattekill and Rossville. 

4062. 

SALLY MARIA 7 CLEVELAND (Mason-, Bradford*, Eleazer*, 

Samuels, Sam.*), m. Circleville, Pickaway co., O., Sept. 1, 1848, Wil- 
liam A. Clark, s. Richard. Of Greeley, Anderson co., Kan., 1884 
[not there Dec, 1894], farmer. Ch. : 9704 Walter S.* Clark; 
Cynthia? Clark, m. Douglas ; Jessie* ; Wellington* j Jane*; Emma*; 
Edith*; Arthur* Clark. 

4063. 

THANKFUL ANN 7 CLEVELAND (john«, Bradford*, Eleazer*, 

Sam.*, sam.i), d. Town Hill, Lakeville, Conn., Oct. or Nov., 1891, 

a. 58, m. Salisbury, Conn., Oct. 27, 1859, Charles Harmon Bissell, 

b. S. Oct. 24, 1829, s. William and Eliza. Ch. : 9705 Frank* Bis- 
sell, b. Mar. 9, 1861, Salisbury, Conn., d. S. at 6 mos. 

Hon. Charles Harmon Bissell, formerly of Lakeville, res. 
Salisbury 1883, Lakeville 1892. Several terms State Represent- 
ative; for many years a town officer. 

4066. 

MARY ELIZABETH 7 CLEVELAND (Bezaleel Farnum«, Brad- 
ford", Eleazer*, Sam.", Sam. 2), d. Sennett, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1882,^48, 
m. Lysander, Onondaga co., N. Y., Nov. 8, 1854, Edward Drake, 
b. Cato, N. Y., Dec. 9, 1833, s. James and Sophia (Habeer), 1. 
Valatie, Columbia co., N. Y., liveryman 1884. Ch. : 

9706 Minnie Louella* Drake, b. Sept. 22, 1856, Jefferson co., 
Wis., m. Meridian, Cayuga co., N. Y., Nov. 24, 1875, William 
Watson Bush, b. Pompey, N. Y., Apr. 18, 1852, s. Rovinna Os- 
trander and Margaret (Lawrence), 1. Weedsport, Cayuga co., 
N. Y., farmer, s. p. 9707 Charles Edward* Drake, b. June 23, 
1861, Hannibal, N. Y. ; Ernest Emerson* Drake, Mar. 28, 1870, H.; 
Bradford Francis* Drake, Nov. 15, 1872, Cato. 

4067* 

RECEPHA ANN 7 CLEVELAND (Bezaieei Famum-), m. Ster- 
ling, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1857, John Augustus Doud, b. Camillus, N. Y., 
Feb. 2, 1834, a s. Zenas and Sally Clark (Jones). Ch. : Sarah 
Jane* Doud, b. 1870, d. 1884. Mr. John Augustus Doud, res. 1883- 
96, Cato, N. Y., merchant. 

Denude, Dowdy, Doude, ancestry : — (Dowde or ODOWDE, Sligo, Ireland). Vert, a 

saltire or, in chief 2 swords. Crest — Arm embowed, in mail, holding spear 

Henry 1 fr. Guildford, Surrey co., or fr. Kent co., Eng., 1639, Guilford, Conn., with Rev. 
Henry Whitefield, bur. Aug. 31 , 1668, m. Elizabeth ; John 2 , b. May 24, 1650, m. 1st Sarah 
Talhnan ; Isaac 3 m. Abigail "Stevens ; Ezra* m. Mary Taylor ; Stephen 6 m. Rachel 
Broughton ; Zenas 6 Doud m. Sally Clark Jones. — Descendants of Henry Doude. By Rev. 
Willis Wedworth Dowd, A.M., 1S85, p. 17b. 

4068. 

ISADORE MARIAH 7 CLEVELAND (Bezaleel Famum'), m. 

Martville, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1855, Henry Niver Whitman, b. Canaan, 

77 



I2 i8 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

N. Y., Jan. 27, 1832, s. Samuel and Elizabeth (Niver), 1. Mora- 
via, N. Y., farmer. Ch. : 

9708-10 James Francis* Whitman, b. Oct. 31, 1855, Hanni- 
bal, N. Y., carriage trimmer, m. Oct. 3, 1877; Bion' Samuel* 
Whitman, b. Oct. 6, 1857, H., painter, m. Dec. 20, 1882 ; Stiles 
Edward, b. Nov. 1, i860, Sterling, N. Y., d. May 18, 1867 ; Fred 
Henry*, b. Sept. 14, 1873, Moravia; E. Bertha* Whitman, Jan. 12, 
1878, M. 

4069. 

BRADFORD FRANKLIN 7 CLEAVELAND(Bezaieei FanW), 
m. Sennett, N. Y., Mar. 31, 1868, Ellen Gertrude Remington, b. 
S. Dec. 18, 1844, da. Rufus and Elizabeth (Donoven), res. Little, 
Holt co., Neb., 1883, farmer. Ch. : 97 11 Mabel Remington 8 
Cleaveland, b. Jan. 5, Dec. 1, 1877.. 

4070. 

CLARISSA ANTOINETTE 7 CLEVELAND (Bezaieei Far- 
num«), m. Hannibal, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1864, Rev. Horatio Yates, b. 
Mentz, Cayuga co., N. Y., Dec. 13, 1841, s. Jacob Peter and 
Marilla. (Woodruff). Ch. : 9712-14 Mari.Ua 8 Yates, b. Apr. 28, 
1866, Post Creek, Chemung co., N. Y.; Louella* Yates, b. Mar. 20, 
1868, Mentz ; Jennie* Yates, b. Oct. 24, 1870, Huron, N. Y.; Son*, 
h. Aug. 21, Owasco, Cayuga co., N. Y., d. O. Nov. 10, 1874; 
Elizabeth* Yates, b. Mar. 7, 1876, Jamesville, Onondaga co., N. Y.; 
Horatio* Yates, b. Feb. 15, Fabius, N. Y., d. F. Sept. 4, 1879 »* 
Charles Clow* Yates, b. June 12, 1880, F. ; William Gibbs 8 Yates, b. 
Apr. 7, 18, 1883, Victory, Cayuga co., N. Y. 

Rev. Horatio Yates, Methodist Episcopal clergyman, was 
educated in the common schools, completing at Union School, 
Weedsport, N. Y., and at Cortland Academy. After 5 years' 
course of study under Presiding Elder, and having served as a 
supply, entered the ministry May, 1870, was adm. to the Central 
N. Y. Conference Apr., 1871. Stationed at Huron 2 years to 
Apr. 1, 1872 ; Locke, Cayuga co., N. Y., to Oct. 1, 1873 ; Owasco 
to Oct., 1875 ; Jamesville to Oct., 1876 ; Nelson, N. Y., to 1878 ; 
Fabius to Oct., 1880 ; Victory to Oct., 1883, since at Weedsport. 

Yates ancestry — g arms: Yate ; 6: Yates (Berks &c). Ar. 3 gates sa. Crest — 
Antelope's head. . . . Jacob Peter Yates belongs to the old Yates family of Rensse- 
laer co., N. Y. 

4081. 

MAJOR HAMMOND 7 CLEVELAND (john Miiton«, vmiiam«, 

Eleazer*, Samuel', Samueia, Mosesi), m . i S t } Ottawa, Kan., Sept. 27, 1871, 

Sarah Annetta Wilson, b. Steuben co.,N. Y., Nov. 22, 1850, d. 
Ypsilanti, Mich., Oct. 7, 1873, a da. John and Almira (Allison). 
He m. 2d Garnett, Kan., Feb. 13, 1875, Nora Jane McMillen, b. 
Lawrence co., Pa., July 9, 1853, da. Thomas and Ruth Ann 
(Monck), 1. Union (formerly Walker) tp., Kan., farmer. Ch. by 
1st m. : Allison 8 , b. Apr. 14, d. Walker, Kan., May 25, 1873. 
By 2d m., b. Walker : 9715-7 Myrtle Belle 8 , b. Jan. 28, 1876 ; 
Louis Allen 8 , July 17, 1877 ; Ettie May 8 , Mar. 14, 1879 ; Ora 
Viola 8 Cleveland, Aug. 11, 1882. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1219 



4082. 



GEORGE FRANCIS 7 CLEVELAND (jotmMiiton°),m. Salem, 
Wis., Mar. 21, 1864, Caroline Marie Fox, b. Mentor, O., May 29, 
1838, d. Hiram and Rachel (Grover), 1. 1882, Avon, 111., machin- 
ist. Ch. b. Avon : 9718-21 Storm Frederick 8 , June 18, 1865. 
Charles Francis 6 , June 28, 1867. Dexter David 8 , Aug. 28, 1869. 
William Alonzo 8 , Jan. 20, 1873. 97 22 Annetta Josephine 8 
Cleveland, Dec. 5, 1874; George Tyler 8 , May 22, 1878; Rob- 
ert Henry 8 , b. Nov. 14, 1880, d. Sept. 1, 1881. 

4083. 

JAMES DELIZON 7 CLEVELAND (John M.«),m. Avon, 111., 
Dec. 23, 1868, Adelia Ann Huson, b. Starkey, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1840, 
da. Dr. Richard and Sarah Elizabeth (Tyler), 1. 1883, Avon, 
farmer. Ch. b. Avon : 9723-5 Ralph Emerson 8 Cleveland, b. 
vSept. 28, 1869. Richard Delizon 8 Cleveland, Aug. 14, 1875. 
Edith Elizabeth 3 , July 22, 1879. 

4084. 

CHARLES ARCHIBALD 7 CLEVELAND (john Miiton«, 

Williatn«, Eleazer*, Samuel", Samuel", Mosesi), XXX. Aug. 29, 1 894, Miss Dora 

M. Jack. Charles Archibald 7 Cleveland, residence : Avon, 
111., to 1 861; was in the United States army from Aug. i, 1861, 
to May 29, 1866 ; of Louisville, Ky., 1866-7, Fort Sill, Kiowa Res.. 
Indian Territory, to 1880, Reno, I. T., and Darlington, Upper 
Ark., to 1882, Garnett, Kan., 1883-4 ; Anadarko, Kiowa and 
Comanche Nation, Oklahoma Territory, of C. A. Cleveland & 
Co., Indian traders and general merchants, Anadarko. Mr. 
Cleveland speaks the Indian language fluently ; is a subscriber 
for this Genealogy. 

4085. 

ERASTUS TYLER 7 CLEVELAND (johnMiltot^Wm^Eleazer*, 

Sam. 3, sam.=), m. Avon, 111., Nov. 30, 1867, Caroline Marble, b. A. 
Mar. 5, 1849, da. Solomon and Catherine Bingama (Converse). 
Of Sutherland, O'Brien co., la., 1882), hotel proprietor. Ch. b. 
Avon : 9726 John Solomon 8 Cleveland, Jan. 20, 1870. Cath- 
arine Converse 8 , Feb. 24, 1875. 

4089. 

WILLIAM HENRY 7 CLEVELAND (John Milton*, wmiam», 

Eleazer*, Samuel", Samuel", Mosesi), married at Whiting, Jackson CO., 

Kan., Jan. 8, 1879, Esther Hutchins, b. Wabash, Wabash co., 
Ind., July 3, i860, a da. of Dr. Rollin and Martha C. (Miles). 
Children : 

9727 Vivian Virginia 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 7, 1881, Law- 
rence, Douglas co., Kan. 

9728 Earl Rollin 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 14, 1882, Law- 
rence, Kan. 

9729 William Warren 3 Cleveland, b. Jan. 27, 1885, 
Anadarko, Ind. Ter. 



1220 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Anna Miles 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 26, 1887, Vernon, 
Tex. 

Nellie Marbeth 8 Cleveland, b. July 10, 1890, An - 
adarko, Ind. Ter. 

Eva Mary 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 2, 1893, Anadarko, 
Oklahoma Ter. 

Mr. William Henry' Cleveland resided at Fort Reno, In- 
dian Territory, 1882, Anadarko, Indian Territory, 1883, of C. A. 
Cleveland & Co., Indian traders and merchants (have 3 stores) 
at Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Agency, now (1895-6) Ana- 
darko, Oklahoma Territory. Mr. Cleveland is proficient in the 
Indian tongue. He is a subscriber for this Genealogy. 

4094. 

George LaiVVenCe 1 TeetOV (Eliza*, Wm.«, Eleazer*, Sam. a, Sam.s), 

m. Sodus, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1861, Emma Maranda Fleming, born 
Pultneyville, Wayne co., N. Y., Feb. 24, 1839, da. Thomas and 
Clarissa Maria (Baird), res. always in Sodus (1882), mariner. 
Ch. b. Sodus : 9730-1 Clara Artiemisha* Teetor, b. Aug. 26, 1862, 
res. Sodus; Louise Naomi 6 Teetor, b. Sept. 15, 1867 ; David Flem- 
ing*, June 18, 1876. 

4100. 

Fatiny" Evans (Wealthy*, Tracy*, David*, Sam. a , Sam.a), d. Mar. 21,. 

1886, a. 92, m. Granville, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1822, William Foster, b. 
Williamstown, Mass., Apr. 8, 1872, d. Kirtland, O., Jan. 13, i860,. 

s. William and (Seeley). Ch.: 7 

+973 2 William Henry* Foster, b. Jan. 3, 1823, Granville. 

9733 Edwin Dyer* Foster, b. Aug. 9, 1824, G., m. Kirtland 
Sept. 13, 1848, Eliza Jane Hayden, she d. Elkhart, Ind., May 15,. 
1886, 1. Elkhart. Ch.: Charles Alain* Foster, b. July 28, 1849, 
Munson, O., 1. Elkh., carriage mfr.; Edwin Eugene*, b. Nov. 7, 
1851, Munson, 1. Elkh.; George Henry*, b. Oct. 27, 1853, Kirtl., 1. 
Elkh., commercial. trav.; Frank Hervey*, b. Mar. 11, 1856, Kirtl., 
1. Elkh., painter ; William Alfhonso* Foster, b. Oct. 11, 1858, Kirtl., 
1. Ionia, Mich., machinist : John Lloyd* Foster, b. Aug. 4, 1867,. 
Elkh., 1. Elkh., dentist. 

9734 John Hervey* Foster, b. Feb. 22, 1826, Granville, m. 
Painesville, O., July 4, 1854, Lorinda Eggleston, 1. Willoughby, 
O., machinist, s. p. 

+ 9735 Frances Sophia* Foster, b. Dec. 2, 1828, Kirtland, O. 

9736 Lucien Corlow* Foster, b. Mar. 30, 1830, m. Jan. 19, 
1885, Mrs. Churchill, 1. Kirtland, farmer. 

4101. 

John Miller' Mvans (wealthy"), d. Mar. 15, 1852, a. 55, m. 
Mary Starks, she d. Cleveland, Ind., Nov. 5, 1851. Ch.: 

9737 Orrilla* Evans, b. Mar. 6, 181 7, Granville, N. Y., m. 
Hustin. 

9738 Jerusha Weltha* Evans, b. Apr., 18 19, Louisville, N. 
Y., m. Arnold. Ch.: Harriet* Arnold, m. Whitney, he d.,.she 1. 
1886 Chicago, 111., teacher. 

9739-40 Charles* Evans, 1. Elkhart, Ind.; Mary Jane* Evans r 
d., m. Worden. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. I2 2I 

4102. 

Hervey Mason 1 Evans (wealthy*), d. Feb. 26, 1875, a. 76, 
m. Granville, N. Y., June 8, 1823, Maria Eliza Brown, b. G. May 
21, 1803, d. Cleveland, Ind., Jan. 5, da. Samuel; blacksmith. 
Children : 

+9741 Henry Hobarf Evans, b. Apr. 4, 1824, Granv. 

-j-9742 Harriet Almira 9 Evans, b. Sept. 3, 1828, Kirtland, O. 

9743 Samuel Brown* Evans, b. Oct. 13, 1829, Willoughby, 
O., m. Frances Sophia 9 Foster +9735- 

9744 Logan Cooper* Evans, b. Sept. 10, 1831, W., m. Eliza- 
beth Abbott, da. Austin, 1. Westport, Dakota, 1885, blacksmith. 
Ch.: Dora? Evans, b. 1862, Elkhart, Ind., d. Westp.; Cora? Evans, 
b. Pokagon, Cass co., Mich., 1. Westp.; Merrie 3 Evans, b. 1865, 
Six Oaks, Olmsted co., Minn., 1. Westp.; Elbert* Evans, b. 1869, 
Eyota, Olmsted co., Minn., 1. Westp. 

4-9745 George Fayette 9 Evans, b. Mar. — , 1$ — , Willoughby. 

9746 James Hervey* Evans, b. Mar. 21, 1836, Elkh., ch Apr. 
5, 1881, m. Mrs. Ellen M. (Donaldson) Henderson, da. William 
and Eliza (Byles), was in U. S. A. and at battle Mill Spring-. 
Ch. b. Six Oaks, all res. Plainview, Wabasha co., Minn. : Herbert' 
Evans, b. Dec. 21, 1864; Harry 9 Evans, Mar. 4, 1867 ; Ann Ma- 
ria 9 Evans. 

9747 Robert Lucas 9 Evans, b. June, 1838, Elkh., m. Sarah 
Knight, 1. Elkhart, farmer and part owner of Elkhart Iron 
Works. Ch.: Lydia 9 Evans, b. 1869, E.; Ralph 9 Evans, b. 1876. 
9748 Franklin Mason 9 Evans, b. Elkhart, d. E., aged 21, unm. . 

9749 Helen* Evans, b. Sept. 13, 1847, E., m. Samuel B. 
Throop, s. Joseph and Jane (Lee), 1. Elkhart, blacksmith. Ch.: 
Charles 9 Throop, Florence 9 Throop. 

4105. 

Corlow De Castle 1 Evans (wealthy*), m. Cherry Valley, 
N. Y., Sally Howard, b. Cherry V. Ch.: 9750 Albert* Evans, b. 
Cherry V. 9751 Fanny 9 Evans, b. Cleveland, Ind., m. in N. Y. 
state, Silvern ail. 

4107. 

DAVID 7 CLEVELAND (David*, Tracy*, David*, Samuel", Samuel, 

Mosesi), d. Unadilla, Livingston co., Mich.,-Oct. 19, 1842, a. 40, m. 
St. Clair, St. Clair co., Mich., June 20, 1829, Nancy Ann Smith, 
b. Chatham, Canada W., July 12, 1806, d. Wyoming, Jones co., 
la., Dec. 12, 1878, a da. Solomon and Catharine (Messmore.) 
Dwelt Chatham, St. Clair, Ann Arbor, Mich., millwright. Ch.: 

+9752 Andrew Beardsley 8 Cleveland, b. June 8, 1830, St. 
Clair county. 

+9753 Henry Clay 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 25, 1832, Kent co., 
Michigan. 

+ 9754 Mary Jane 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 29, 1834, Chatham; 
Flora Ann 8 , b. C, d. C, a. 7 years ; Catherine Lindsley 8 , b. 
Ann Arbor, d., a. 5 years. 

4108. 

PHEBE 7 CLEVELAND (David*), d., m. Niagara Falls, N.Y., 
July 10, 1828, Horace Bagg ; dwelt Ann Arbor, Mich. Ch.: 



1222 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

9755 Horace* Bagg, m. Nancy Kettle; ch.: 5. 9756 Wil- 
liam 9 Bagg, m. Mary J. Leonard ; ch.: Frank" Bagg. 

4109. 

MARY ALTHEA 7 CLEVELAND (David*), d., m. St. Paul, 
Lower Canada, Aug. 16, 1825, William Gray Tuttle, he d. Clin- 
ton, Lenawee co., Mich., Jan. 15 ; dwelt Ann Arbor, Mich. Ch.: 

9757 Henry David Cleveland* Tuttle, m. Mary Goodwin. 
Ch.: Fred Goodwin* Tuttle. 

9758 Albert Frederick* Tuttle, m. Laura Clark. Ch.: 3 d. 
infants 9 . 

9759 William Gray* Tuttle, m. Addie. Ch.: 2. 

9760 Delia Jane* Tuttle, m. John O'Brien. Ch.: 3, d. y. 
Edward Hardin* Tuttle. 

4110. 

FLORA* CLEVELAND (David*, Tracya, David*, Sam.', Sam."), died 

Wheatfield, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1869, a. 61, m. Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
June 4, 10, 1832, James Tompkins, b. N. Y. Dec. 31, 1802, died 
Wheatf. Aug. 1, 1859, s. Samuel and Mary (Angevine) ; dwelt 
Niagara F., Sanborn, N. Y., farmer. Ch. b. Wheatf.: 

9761 William David* Tompkins, b. Apr. 17, 1834, d. Jan. 31, 
1869, m. i st, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1861, Phebe Celestia Sayles, she d. 
N. Y. July 21, 1864, a da. O. R. and Camilla (Stocking). He m. 
2d, Pendleton, N. Y., 1865, Mary Francis Sayles of Cold Water, 
Mich., b. Somerset, Niagara co., N. Y., Dec. 10, 1846, sister to 
1st w.; she 1. 1884 Lockport, N. Y. 1st m.: s. p. Ch. by 2d m.: 
Rose Celeste 9 Tompkins, b. Mar. 7, 1867, Wheatf., 1. Lockp. Charles 
Henry* Tompkins, b. Oct. 17, 1835, d. Jan. 6, 1836. 

9762 John Tuttle* Tompkins, b. May 25, 1837, m. Sanborn, 
N. Y., Jan. 28, 1875, Ritie Louise Seism, b. Yonkers, N. Y., July 
10, 1850, da. Rev. William and Mary Ann (Kipp), 1. Sanborn, 
farmer. Ch.: Albert Tuttle 9 Tompkins, b. Aug. 17, 1876. Francis 
Alexander* Tompkins, b. Feb. 6, 1839, d. Apr. 12, i860. 

9763 Henry Lewis* Tompkins, b. Oct. 7, 1841, m. .Wheatf. 
Jan. 6, 1870, Mary Ann Freichler, b. W. Aug. 22, 1846, da. John 
•and Susannah (Bobst), 1. Sanborn, farmer. Ch.: Eva Amanda 9 

Tompkins, b. Dec. 28, 1870; Myra Leah 9 Tompkins, Oct. 9, 1873; 
Frank 9 Tompkins, Oct. 7, 1875. 

9764 Delia Annie* Tompkins, b. May 20, 1843, m. Jan. 1, 
1874, N. Baxter Cook of North Ridge, Niagara co., N. Y., 1. N. 
Ridge, farmer, s. p. 

9765 Emily Mehitabel* Tompkins, b. Oct. 20, 1845, m. Jan. 
13, 1869, Thomas Boynton Crosby of Pendleton, b. Sanborn 
Nov. 27, 1842, s. Samuel Boynton and Achsa (Lewis), 1. Sanb., 
farmer. Ch.: Walter John 9 Crosby, b. May 12, 1883, Wheatfield. 
Samuel* Tompkins, b. and d. Aug. 17, 1847. 

4111. 

DELIA JANE' CLEVELAND (uavid«), d. Clinton, Mich., 
June 18, 1878, a. 69, m. Ann Arbor, Mich., May 19, July 20, 1834, 
John Laton Tuttle, b. Landaff, N. H., Feb. 8, 1807, d. Whitmore 
Lake, Washtenaw co., Mich., Jan. 10, 1865, s. Jonathan ; dwelt 
Whitmore L., farmer. Ch. b. Whitmore Lake : 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1223 



9766 Mary Catharine* Tuttle, b. Sept. 4, 1835, Green Oak, 
Mich., d. Green O., Sept. 18, 1857, m. G. O., Dec. 4, 1853, James 
Huart Butterfield, b. Sept. 2, 1831, d. Elkhart, Ind., Feb. 1, 1884, 

s. James and (Fairchild), dwelt Elkh., livery. Ch.: Frank 

Wilber 9 Butterfield, b. Sept. 24, 1855, Jackson, Mich. Eleanor 
Francis* Tuttle, b. July 3, 1838, d. June 3, 1842 ; Allen Francis* 
Tuttle, b. Aug. 28, 1842, d. July 1, 1846. 

9767 Eleanor Cleveland* Tuttle, b. Apr. 2, 1844, Green Oak, 
m. G. O., Oct. 29, 1873, Orrin Piatt Safford, b. Flint, Mich., Aug. 2, 
1846, s. Orrin and Abby Jane (Jennings), 1. Flint, druggist, s. p. 
Belinda Delia* Tuttle, b. May 11, 1846, d. July 5, 1857. 

9768 John Laton* Tuttle (Dr.), b. Mar. 25, 1849, Whitmore 
L., m. Flint, Nov. 29, 1873, Jane Elizabeth Safford, b. F., Jan. 9, 
185 1, da. Orrin and Abby Jane (Jennings). Of Clinton, physi- 
cian. Ch. b. Clinton : John Laton 9 Tuttle, Aug. 23, 1876 ; Ella 
Jane 9 Tuttle, Jan. 21, 1881. 

4112. 

JOHN PANGMAN 7 CLEVELAND (David*, Tracy*, David*, 

Samuel*, samuei"), d., m. Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct. 1, 1835, Nancy 
Marble. Dwelt Unadilla, Mich. Ch.: Mary 8 Cleveland. 

9769-72 Delia 8 ; Jane 8 ; David 8 ; Maria 8 ; Ellen 8 ; Flora 8 
Cleveland. 

4114. 

WILLIAM BEARDSLEY 7 CLEVELAND ( D avia»), d. San 
Francisco, Cal., Mar., 1886, a. 65, m. Dexter, Mich., Dec. 6, 1846, 
Belinda Haran, b. Hoosac, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1822, da. Michael and 
Margaret (Madden). Moved, 1855, to Louisville, Ky., was in 
1 6th Ky. Vols., and 4th Ky. Cav.; dwelt Unadilla, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 1884, Crescent City, Del Norte co., Cal., af. at San Fran- 
cisco, lumber. His widow res. San F. 1889. Ch.: 

+9773 Albert Haran 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 4, 1847, Ann 
Arbor. 

9774 Belinda 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 8, 1856, Louisville, m. 
1st, Crescent C, June 24, 1876, Charles Frederick Durham, b. 
Searsport, "Waldo co., Me., July 24, 1853, dwelt Auburn, Cal., 
civil eng. She m. 2d, San F., May 9, 1883, William McLaflin, b. 
111., 1. Christine, Mendocino co., Cal., clerk. Ch. by 2d m.: Wil- 
liam 9 McLaflin, b. May 23, 1885, Christine. 

4117. 

TvaCy'' CaStle (RuWe«, Tracy*, David 4 , Sam.', Sam.*), d. Wells, Vt, 

May 20, 1879, a. 79, m. Pawlet, Vt., July 4, 1823, Amanda Wil- 
kins, born Cavendish, Windsor co., Vt., Feb. 6, 1804, da. Joseph 
and Rachel (Pitts), wagon maker. She 1. 1886, Wells. Ch.: 

9775 Flora Charlotte* Castle, b. Mar. 13, 1825, m. 1843, Rod- 
ney Chittenden of South Granville, Washington co., N. Y., b. 
July 18, 1814, died Jan. 26, 1878, family 1. Wells. Ch.: Charles 9 
Chittenden, b. Dec. 28, 1845, Granville, N. Y.; Alfred 9 Chittenden, 
Apr. 3, 1847, G.; Henry 9 Chittenden, Apr. 6, 1849, Pawlet; George 9 
Chittenden, Sept. 6, 1852, P.; Martin 9 Chittenden, May 7, 1856, P.; 
Warren 9 Chittenden, Mar. 11, 1858, P.; Amanda 9 Chittenden, Feb. 9, 
1861, P.; Edith 9 Chittenden, Dec. 29, 1865, Wells. Corlo* Castle, b. 
July 15, 1827, d.; Myra Ann* Castle, b. May 12, 1829, d. 



1224 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



9776 Eliza Jane* Castle, b. Jan. 8, 1831, m. Granv., Apr. 10, 
1849, Lorenzo Dow Boone, s. Willard, 1. Wells. Ch. : Lorenzo 
Dow* Boone, b. Aug. 13, 1852. 

9777 Rosina* Castle, b. May 1, 1833, d.; Caroline 8 Castle, b. 
Mar. 15, 1834; Lucia Louisa* Castle, b. May 24, 1836. 

9778 Charles Donalvo* Castle, b. Feb. 6, 1837, d. Wind Mill 
Point, Va., Mar. 20, 1863, unm., enlisted Wells, Aug. 10, 1862, 
Co. B, 2d Vt., Army of Potomac under Burnside. 

9779 Delia* Castle, b. Sept. 6, 1840, m. Middle Granville, 
Washington co., N. Y., Feb. 19, 1861, John Williams, b. Wales, 
Great Britain, 1. Fair Haven, stone cutter. Orville* Castle, b. 
Oct. 9, 1842, d.; Son*, b. Nov. 2, 1843, d. soon; Dau*, b. Dec. 4, 
1844, d. soon. 

4118. 

Caroline 1 White (Ruby«), d. Concord, Lake co., Q., Mar. 1 1, 
1873, m. Mentor, O., Sept. 5, 1832, James Fairchild Smith, born 
Waterbury, Conn., Jan. 19, 1801, a s. James and Mary (Fair- 
child), 1. 1886, Concord, farmer. Ch. b. Concord: 

9780 James Hanford* Smith, b. June 27, 1833, m. Apr. 17, 
1859, Mary Jane Burr, da. Luther and Huldah Ann, 1. Concord. 
s. p. 

9781 Flora Ann" Smith, born July 22, 1837, m. C, Sept. 28, 
1859, Frederick Erastus Colburn, b. Westville, New Haven co., 
Conn., Sept. 6, 1832, a s. Sylvester and Elizabeth (Hull), 1. An- 
sonia, Conn. Ch.: Rubie Cleveland* Colburn, born Feb. 24, 1862, 
Cone, m. May n, 1881, William Wilberforce Baldwin, 1. Flor- 
ence, Italy; Fairchild Smith* Colburn, b. June 27, 1864, Concord; 
Elizabeth Hull* Colburn, June 6, 1866, Ansonia; Sylvester Grant 9 
Colburn, July 5, 1871, A. Mary Zeruiah* Smith, b. May 3, 1849, d. 
Concord, Jan. 22, 1869, unmarried. 

4119. 

John C. 7 White (Ruby 6 ), d. Apr. 11, 1884, a. 75, m. Lucinda 
Cowell, a da. Smith and Harriet (Lane), dwelt Mantua, Portage 
co., O. Ch. b. Mantua : Emma*, b. Apr. 18, 1834, d. Chicago, 111., 
1878, unm. 

9782 Ann* White, b. Jan., 1844, m. James Matthews. 

9783 Julia Pastoria* White, b. Jan. 7, 185 1, m. Shade Shel- 
don. 9784 Orville C* White, born Oct. 1, 1858, m. Celia Day, 1. 
Mantua. 

4120. 

Laura" White (R«b y <>), m. Kirtland, O., Mar. 7, 1841, Al- 
den Edson Sanborn. Ch. b. Kirtland: 

9785 John C* Sanborn, b. Mar. 18, 1842, m. Sept. 20, 1868, 
Kate Daniels. Ch.: 2. 9786 Enoch T* Sanborn, b. Aug. 4, 1843, 
m. Feb. 1865, Sarah Hadden. Ch.: 2. 

9787 Daniel Miles* Sanborn, b. Feb. 16, 1845, m. Mason, 
Mich., Aug. 20, 1863, Mary Althea 8 Cleveland + 9803, 1. Kirt- 
land, s. p. 

9788 Alden Edson* Sanborn, b. Nov. 15, 1846, m. Apr. 21, 
1869, Cornelia Storm. Ch.: 2. 9789 Caroline R* Sanborn, b. 



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1225 



June 10, 1848, m. Sept., 187 1, George Markell. Ch.: 4. 9790 
Liva B* Sanborn, b. Jan. 7, 1850, m. July 1, 1877, Hattie E. Ha- 
zen. Ch.: 2. 

4121. 

Ann Loomis 7 White (Rub y «), m. Kirtland, O., Aug. 14, 
1843, Hon. Reuben Plum Harmon, b. Granville, O., Dec. 31, 
18 14, 1. Kirtland, 1886, farmer. Ch. b. Kirtland : Hugh White*, 
b. June 12, d. Dec. 30, 1844. 

9791 Reuben* Harmon, b. Mar. 21, 1846, m. Mentor, O., 
Nov. 13, 1872, Caroline A. Parker, da. Frank of M.; 1. Onawa 
City, Monona CO., la. Ch.: Maude 9 Harmon, b. July 25, 1875. 

9792 John 9 Harmon, b. Oct. 20, 1847, m. Kirtland, Apr. 5, 
1869, Phebe Smith, 1. Kirtl., s. p. 

9793 Ruby* Harmon, b. Jan. 8, 185 1, m. Nov. 12, 1877, John 
Markill Coe, b. K. Dec. 31, 1849, 1. Sloan, Woodbury co., la. 
Ch.: Ruble* Coe, b. Mar., 1879, d. Oct. 28, 1882 ; John Reuben 9 Coe, 
b. June 8, 1880 ; Samuel Br oivn 9 Coe, b. June, 1882 ; Shreve Shin 9 
Coe, b. July, 1883. 

9794 Granville* Harmon, b. Oct. 31, 1853, m. Cleveland, O., 
May 19, 1886, Mary Clara Bruscher, b. Cleveland, Oct. 16, 1866, 
da. Frederick and Louise (Jespering), 1. Kirtl., farmer. 

4122. 

Ttoel Smith 1 Wright (Rebekah", Tracy*, David*, Samuel', Samuel", 

Moses^), d. Omro, Winnebago co., Wis., Oct. 7, 1875, a. 73, m. Paw- 
let, Vt, Dec. 14, 1820, Aurelia or Orrilla 7 Cleveland + 6345 

(Calvin*, Moses 8 , Josiah*, Josiah', josiah.2, Moses'). He Was a first Settler of 

Green Bay, Wis., 1830, dwelt there many years, afterward at 
Omro, where she res. 1884. Surveyor, prominent citizen. Ch. : 

9795 Clarinda Smith* Wright, b. Dec. 23, 182 1, Pawlet, m. 
Rev. R. S. Hayward, 1. Omro. 

9796 Lucien Buonaparte* Wright, b. Apr. 16, 1825, Harriets- 
town, N. Y., d. Greenville, Mich., May 2, 1868, lumberman. 
9797 Samuel Cleveland* Wright, b. Apr. 18, 1831, Pawlet, d. Feb., 
1859, lumberm. 9798 Fairchilds Newell* Wright, b. Feb. 11, 1833, 
1. Greenv., lumberm.; Helen Elizabeth*, b. July 9, 1838, d. Mar. 
28, 1843 ; Julius Hoel*, b. Aug. 17, 1840, d. Jan. 14, 1863. 

9799 Piatt McDonough* Wright, b. 'Sept. 11, 1846, res. 
Omro, editor and publisher of Omro Journal. See Bibliogra- 
phy, Chap. IV. 

4125. 

JOSEPH MASON 7 CLEVELAND (Hardin*, Tracy*, David*, Sam- 
uels, Samuel", Mosesi), d. Batavia, Mich., Jan. 13, 1874, a. 62, m. Au- 
rora, O., May 1, 1833, Harriet Seward, b. A. Feb. 15, 1815, da. 
Nathan and Lucy (Sprague). Ch.: 

+9800 Tracy 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 22, 1835, Aurora, O. 

9801 Laura Emma" Cleveland, b. Aug. 15, 1838, Elkhart, 
Ind., m. E. Feb. 22, 1863, George Wood. 9802 Delos 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Aug. 29, 1840, Elkhart, unm. (1883). 

9803 Mary Althea 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. .28, 1842, Elk- 
hart, Ind., m. Daniel Miles* Sanborn + 9787. 



I2 26 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

9804 Augustus Adolphus 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 13, 1844, 
E., m. Batavia, Nov. 20, 1880, Theresa Sprague, 1. 1883, Bron- 
son, Mich., s. p. 

9805 Portia 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 28, 1847, Elkh., m. Kirt- 
land, O., Oct. 20, 1870, George Washington Prindle, 1. Willough- 
by, O. Ch.: Maud Lillian* Prindle, b. Sept. 10, 1877, Cleveland, 
O. 9806 Nathan Seward 8 , b. Jan. 5, 1850, Elkhart, tmm., of 
Batavia. 

9807 Frances Harriet 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 30, 1852, Elk- 
hart, m. Bronson, Apr. 8, 1877, Charles Edward Van Deusen. 
Ch.: Torry Mason* Van Deusen, b. Apr. 16, 1869, Batavia. 

9808 Lillian 8 Cleveland, b. Jan, 29, 1857, Elkh., d. Nov. 
7, 1876, m. Bronson, Mar. 5, 1876, Judd Noyes. 9809 Jennie 
Simonton" Cleveland, b. Nov. 2, i860, Elkh., m. Bronson, Mar. 
30, 1879, John Taylor of Bronson, s, p. 

4127. 

HARRIET 7 CLEVELAND (Harding, m. Elkhart, Ind., Feb. 
t8, 1841, James Van Orden Schutt, b. Roxbury, N. Y., Apr. 30, 
1813, d. Elkhart, Mar. 25, 1884, s. John Hardin and Catharine 
(Overpaugh). Ch.: 

9810 Ellen Armilda* Schutt, b. Nov. 27, 1841, Cleveland tp., 
Elkhart co., Ind., m. Elkhart, May 26, 1870, Hon. Philo Judson 
Parmater, b. Ridge way, Orleans co., N. Y., Mar. 15, 1833, s. Aa- 
ron and Louisa (Winegar), res; many years at Elkhart (1884), 
merchant. Served as state senator in Nevada; was county 
commissioner for Elkhart co., mayor of city of Elkhart 1 year. 
She grad. St. Mary's College, South Bend, Ind. Ch. b. Elk- 
hart : Florence Harriet Louise* Parmater, b. Mar. 18, 1871, d. E. 
Jan. 27, 1874 ; Edna Berenice* Parmater, b. Nov. 5, 1875. 

981 1 John Hardin* Schutt (Adjutant), b. Aug. 16, 1843, 
Concord tp., Elkhart co., Ind., m. Elkh., Oct. 17, 1872, Mary 
Francis McClelland, b. Hudson, O., June 9, 1849, da. William 
Stuart and Marietta (Willis), res. Hinton, Summers co., W. Va., 
R. R. passeng. conductor ; was 3 years in late war, adjutant. 
Ch. b. Ashland, Ashland co., Wis.: Roy Eugene* Schutt, Feb. 20, 
1874 ; Don Cutter* Schutt, June 25, 1875. 

9812 Catharine Emmergene* Schutt, b. Apr. 25, 185 1, Con- 
cord tp., Miss Schutt grad. from, literary and music dept. Notre 
Dame coll., S. Bend, artist and teacher ; 1. Elkhart. 

9813 Emma Agnes* Schutt, b. Sept. 13, 1853, Elkhart, m. E. 
Sept. 15, 1875, Chelius Summer Pixley, M.D., b. New Pitts- 
burgh, Wayne co., O., July 10, 1848, s. Sumner and Elmira Ad- 
aline (Tupper), res. Elkhart ; grad. at Cleveland, O., studied 
in N. Y. and Phila.; allopathic physician. Was candidate (Dem- 
ocratic) for State Senator 1884. Ch. b. Elkhart : Chelian Agnes* 
Pixley, Mar. 25, 1877; Helen Isabel* Pixley, Feb. 16, 1882. 

James Van Orden Schutt resided at Elkhart. His published 
obituary states that — 

" During the first years in this unsettled 'Country he -was with Gen. Mitchell survey- 
ing lands adjoining Wolf Lake, and assisted in removing the Pottawatamie Indians to 
their reservation in Kansas. In 1843 he settled on a farm S. W. of the town, where he re- 
sided until 1866, then moved into town." 

Mrs. Harriet 7 (Cleveland) Schutt res. Elkhart 1884. 



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4128. 



1227 



EMMA 7 CLEVELAND (Hardin*), d. La Porte, La Porte co., 
Ind., May 2, 1856, a. 38, m. Elkhart, Ind., Jan. 28, 1841, William 
Milliken. He res., 1881, Hamilton, Butler co., O., editor of a 
Hamilton newspaper ; 1884, at Washington C. H., Fayette co., 
O., editor Fayette co. Herald. Ch. : 9814 Mary Elizabeth* Milli- 
ken j William Wyatf j Lewis Cleveland * ; Emma Gilmore* ; Evelyn 
May 9 Milliken. 

4129. 

TRACY' CLEVELAND (Hardin*), d. Elkhart, Ind., Oct. 23, 
1854, a. 34, m. Charlotte Van Amee, living, 1884. Ch. : 9815-17 
Mary Elizabeth 8 , b. 1848 ; Louis Hardin 8 Cleveland, b. 1850 ; 
Harriet Emma 8 , b. May 13, 1853. 

4131. 

Louisa' Carey (Lois', Tracy*, David*, Sam.s, Sam."), m. New 

Hartford, N. Y., Jan. 23, 1832, Sebastian Henry Rowe, b. 
Rhinebeck, N. Y., May 6, 1803, d. Coesse, Ind., Feb. 21, 1847, s. 
Henry and Charlotte (Crandall), builder. She 1., 1886, New 
Haven, Allen co., Ind. Ch. : 

-f-9818 Clarinda* Howe, b. Mar. 16, 1833, -Portageville, Liv- 
ingston co., N. Y. 

9819 Edward Austin* Rowe (Lt.), b. Jan. 28, 1835, P., d. in 
the army, Oct. 2, 1863, m. Mar. 28, 1858, Elizabeth Ann Fellows, 
b. Ross co., O., Feb. 16, 1836 ; farmer, served 1 year as 2d Lt., 
Co. I, 74th Ind. Vol. Ch. : Ida Dell 9 Rowe, b. June 14, 1859 ; 
Jason Elmer* Rowe, Feb. 12, 1861. 

+ 9820 Charlotte 6 Rowe, b. June 29, 1837, Portageville, N. Y., 
De Lancey Heathcote*, b. Oct. 5, 1839, P., d. Ft. Wayne, Ind., 
Sept. 20, 1848. 9821 Jason Douglass* Rowe, b. Dec. 5, 1841, 
Portagev., supposed killed by guerillas while on scouting exped., 
1865, unm. ; enlisted at St. Paul, Minn., in 12th Iowa Cav., 
served 4 years. 

9822 Mary* Rowe, b. Apr. 12, 1844, Coesse, d. Feb. 11, 
1882, m. Oct. 11, 1869, John Sunderland, b. Apr. 13, 1835, farmer. 
Ch. : Franklin Sidney 9 Sunderland, b. Sept. 6, 187 1, d. Nov. 24, 
1883 ; Benjamin" Sunderland, b. Feb. 17, 1875 ; Peter Leroy 9 Sun- 
derland, b. Feb. 4, 1877, d. Feb. 1, 1881 ; Emma Gertrude 9 Sunder- 
land, b. Oct. 5, 1881. Sebastian Henry* Rowe, b. Mar. 16, 1847, 
d. Mar. 20, 1849. 

4135. 

31ary 7 Cary (Lois«), d. Oct. 1, 1841, a. 23, m. Lockport, 
N. Y., Oct. 4, 1835, Ephraim Austin Fuller, weaver. Ch. : 

9823 Mary Jane* Fuller, b. June 4, 1839, Lockport, m. Dec. 
5, 1856, Joseph Griswold, farmer. Ch. : Mary Emma 9 Griswold, 
b. May 31, 1858, d. Nov. 17, 1871 ; George Elmer 9 Griswold, b. 
Sept. 14, 1862 ; Anna Adelia 9 Griswold, b. Nov. 6, 1864, m. July 3, 
1882, John O'Brien ; Harriet Olive 9 Griswold, b. Aug. 9, 1866 ; 
Ethel 9 Griswold, b. Oct. 17, 1868, d. June 18, 1883 ; Edward Riley 9 
Griswold, b. Oct. 5, 1870 ; Florence Rosabel 9 Griswold, b. Feb. 19, 
1872; Joseph Farwell 9 Griswold, b. July 19, 1874; Flavius Judd 9 



r 



I2 28 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Griswold, b. June 9, 1876 ; Marion Francis* Griswold, b. Sept. 30, 
1878. 9824 Frances Emma* Fuller, b. 1840, Lockp., d. Ft. Wayne, 
Ind., 1880. 

4137. 

Wavreri' WillaVCi (Fidelia", Tracy* 1 , David*, Sam.", Sam.*), HI. 

Orleans, Ionia co., Mich., June 19, 1854, Miranda Content 
Betnent, b. Cortland, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1831, da. Samuel and 
Elvira (Maine), 1., 1886, Berlin, Mich., farmer. Ch. b. Tall- 
madge, Ottawa co., Mich. : 9825 Melvin Warren* Willard, b. 
Oct. 22, 1857. 

9826 Bertha Leonora* Willard, b. Oct. 21, 1859, m. Walker, 
Mich., Sept.. 6, 1879, George Whitefield Wedge, b. Norwalk, O., 
Dec. 4, 1849, s. Henry D. and Maria (Smith), 1. Lebanon, 
Laclede co., Mo. Ch. b. Lebanon -.Hattie Eola* Wedge, b. July 
31, 1880; Agnes Theresa 9 Wedge, b. Jan. 27, d. Oct. 11, 1882; 
Walter George* Wedge, b. Sept. 8, 1885. 

4149. 

LOVeVlZO 1 Whtte (Marf Wight, Patience 5 , Hopestill*, Samuel 3 , Samuel 2 , 

Moses*), m. 1st, Hartford, Conn., July 5, 1849, Elizabeth Babcock, 
b. Chester, Mass., Nov. 13, 1817, d. Bridgewater, Mass., Nov. 12, 
1875, da. Abel and Sarah H. (Cheney). He m. 2d, Montpelier, 
Vt., June 18, 1876, Sarah Fidelia Latham, b. Northfield, Vt., 
Oct. 31, 1846, da. Eli and- Betsey (Thresher). Ch. by rst m. : 

9827 JVarcissa Amanda 8 White, b. Sept. 25, 1850, Sand- 
wich, Mass., m. New Salem, Mass., Oct. 16, 1873, Albert Rice 
Tower, b. Boston, Mass., Sept. 19, 1849, s. Samuel Stone and 
Relief (Rice). She grad. Wesleyan Acad., Wilbraham, Mass., 
June, 1868. Of Athol, Mass. (1896), merch. Ch. b. Athol: 
James White 9 Tower, Apr. 4, 1875; Mary Elizabeth* Tower, Oct. 
25, 1876; Lucy JVarcissa* Tower, b. Feb. 13, d. Aug. 25, 1878; 
Albert Rice* Tower, b. July 25, 1879. Lucy Elizabeth* White, b. 
Apr. 22, Easton, Mass., d. Plymouth, Mass., Dec. 30, 1852. 

9828 Charlotte Elizabeth* White, b. Apr. 10, 1854, Stough- 
ton, Mass., unm., grad. Montpelier Seminary, June 15, 1876. 
Of Kearney, Neb., teacher. Willie*, b. and d. Boston, Mass., 
May 11, 1858. By 2d m., b. Worthington, Mass. : 

Bertha Adella* White, Aug. 9, 1877, unm., grad. Wesl. 
Acad., Wilbr., June 18, 1896, teacher at Montpelier Sem. Carl 9 
White, b. Nov. 4, 1879, student at Wesleyan Acad., Wilbr. 

Rev. Lorenzo 1 White, Methodist Episcopal clergyman. 
Studied at Wesleyan University, received A.M. 1864. Member 
of N. E. Conference. Pastor : at North Easton, Bristol co., 
Mass., 185 1, Plymouth, . 1852, Stoughton, 1853-54, Williamburg, 
Mass., 1855-6, Ashburnham, Mass., 1857, Boston, 1858, Wilbra- 
ham, i860, and Heath, Mass., 1862-3 ; teacher at Wesleyan 
Acad., Wilbr., 1864-8, principal at Montpelier Sem., 1874-6; 
pastor : at South Worthington, Hampshire co., Mass., 1877-9, 
Westfield, West Parish, Mass., 1880, Lunenburg, Mass., 1882, 
East Templeton, Worcester co., Mass., 1884-6. Residence, 
Wilbraham (1896), postmaster at Wilbraham. Author — see 
Bibliography, Chap. IV. 



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1229 



4150. 



Abner Cleveland 1 Burleigh (Lovisa«, Eiisiia*, Hopestm*, sam.s, 
Sam. 2 ), d. Hampden, Mass., Jan. 16, 1891, a. 83, m. Wilbraham, 
Mass., Nov. 25, 1833, Cynthia Alden, b. Billingham, Mass., Jan. 
20, 1801, d. Hampden, Dec. 4, 1882, descendant of John and 
Priscilla, " Mayflower " passengers. Ch. : 

9829 Albert* Burleigh, b. Sept. 23, 1834, Wilbraham, d. 
Hampden, Oct. 24, 1876, m. Louise Maria Alden, b. Springfield, 
Mass., Oct. 24, 1834, da. Elijah and Lucia (Cooke), dwelt 
Palmer, Mass., architect and builder. Ch. : Frederick Alden 9 
Burleigh, b. Aug. 22, 1866, d. Hampden, Mar. 16, 1876. 

9830 Joanna* Burleigh, b. July 29, 1836, m. July 2, 1879, 
Charles Holt of Stafford, Conn., mfr. of cloth. Cynthia Amelia* 
Burleigh, b. May 25, 1838, d. Nov. 28, 1839 ; Esther Cordelia* 
Burleigh, b. Jan. 27, 1840, 1. Hampden, 1883 ; Lucius Alden* Bur- 
leigh, b. Jan. 29, 1842, 1. Hampden. 

9831 Charles Henry* Burleigh, b. Nov. 26, 1844, m. Jan. 2, 
1882, Julia Adelaide* Burleigh +9835, 1. Hampden. 

Abner Cleveland'' Burleigh lived always in Hampden, formerly 
part of Wilbraham, and since 1842, in his residence, " Sunny- 
side " ; merchant and farmer, highly esteemed ; has held many 
offices. A worthy member of the Congregational church. 

4151. 

Benjamin Abelard 7 Burleigh (Lovisa«), d. Palmer, 
Mass., Apr. 3, 1866, a. 55, m. Dec. 2, 1839, Hannah Smith 
Cooke of W. Springfield, Mass., b. Jan. 10, 1818, da. Elizur and 
Maria (Dennison). He was ed. at Wilbraham, Wesleyan Acad- 
emy, architect. Ch. : 

9832 William Elizur* Burleigh (Dr.), b. Sept. 13, 1843, 
Palmer; grad. Maryland University, Mar. 1, 1865, was Surgeon, 
U. S. A., and Assist. Surg, in hospitals; res., 1883, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., physician. 

9833 Marcia Louisa* Burleigh, b. Aug. 13, 1845, Palmer, d. 
Zekonsha, Mich., Dec. 20, 1871, m. Samuel W. Burleigh, b. Oct. 
20, 1842, s. Ira and Caroline (Wood) of Wilbraham ; she was a 
superior teacher. 

9834 Lucia Elizabeth* Burleigh, b. July 18, 1847, Palmer, tri. 
Feb. 6, 1868, James Wesley Calkins, s. George. Ch. : James 
Wesley* Calkins, b. July 30, 1861, d. Aug. 9, 1876 ; Frank* Calkins, 
b. Jan. 22, 1872, Palmer, d. y. ; Dellie George* Calkins, b. Feb. 23, 
1873, d. Aug. 7, 1876 ; Irving M? Calkins, b. Nov. 6, 1875. 

9835 Julia Adelaide* Burleigh, b. Aug. 26, 1849, P., m. 
Charles Henry* Burleigh +9831. 

9836 Sarah Marion*, b. Sept. 21, 1851, P., teacher. 

9837 George Reuben* Burleigh, b. Oct. 2, 1853, m. June 2, 
1875, Pritty Luelysone of Burlington, Calhoun co., Mich. ; 1. 
Burlington, merch. Ch. : Dau\ b. Apr. 9, 1877. 9838-9 Charles 
Lra*, b. Jan. 22, 1856, 1. Hampden, salesman; Inez Bertha* Bur- 
leigh, b. Sept. 19, 1859, teacher. 



I 230 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

4152. 

■ Lovisa Aurelia' Burleigh (Lovisa«), m. Apr. 13, 1840, 
Abner Burt Read, b. Fall River,'Mass., Aug. 12, 181 2, 1. Hamp- 
den, Mass. Ch. : 

9840 George Bray ton* Read, b. Jan. 6, 1844, Wilbraham, 
Mass., m. 1st, Jan. 11, 1867, Laura A. Chapman of Higginsville, 
Oneida co., N. Y., she d. Sept. 22, 1868. He m. 2d, Mar. 29, 1870, 
Adelaide Pool of Palmer, Mass. Ch. by 1st m. : George Nelson" 
Read, b. July 12, 1868. By 2d m. : Clarence Delberf Read, b. 
Sept. 19, 1874 ; Eva Adella* Read, Nov. 1, 1876. Henry Bradford* 
Read, b. Jtme 3, 1846, d. Nov. 13, 1848. 

9841 William Henry* Read, b. June 30, 1850, m. Oct. 16, 
1878, Nellie M. Terry of Terry Island, Conn., 1. Hampden, 
farmer. 

9842 John Marshall* Read, b. June 20, 1853, m - Oct- 16, 
1878, Sarah E. Terry, 1. Springfield, Mass., farmer and builder, 
Ch. : Perlin M. 9 Read, b. July 12, 1879. 

4158. 

Chauncey 7 Day (Adah', Elijah*, Hopestill*, Samuel', Samuel"), d. 

Apr. 8, 1882, a. 70, nt Oct. 17, 1837, Almeda Oliver, b. Sept. 9, 
1 81 7 ; dwelt Rogersville, Livingston co., N. Y., and South Dans- 
ville, N. Y., where she 1. 1883. Ch. : 

9843 Phebe Celestia* Day, b. Sept. 4, 1838, d. May 15, i860, 
m. Mar., i860, Henry Miller. 

9844 Ira Gale 6 Day, b. May 17, 1841, m. Jan. 1, 1863, Mar- 
tha A. Jamison ; Charles Dwight 3 , b. Aug. 3, 1843, d. Nov. 27, 1845. 

9845 Charles Oliver* Day (Dr.), b. Apr. 13, 1846, m. Nov. 
12, 1873, Lucy I. Healy, practising physician Salamanca, N. Y. 
Ch. : Ida Leona 9 Day, b. Sept. 12, 1875 ; Harriet Almeda" Day, 
July 16, 1879. Chauncey Dwight 9 , b. Apr. 27, 1848, d. June 29, 1849. 

9846 De Ayllon 9 Day, b. Jan. 13, 185 1, m. Jan. 14, 1880, 
Hassie L. Ingalls ; Adah Irene 9 , b. Dec. 26, 1854, d. Mar. 27, 1858. 
9847 Ida Bell* Day, b. Feb. 14, 1859, unm., 1. S. Dansville. 9848 
Sarah Clark 9 , b. Nov. 15, i860 ; Mary Clark 9 , b. Nov. 15, i860, d. 
Feb. 15, 1863. 

4164. 

HARVEY 7 CLEVELAND (Elisha«, Elisha<S Hopestill*, Samuels, Sam- 
uel", Moses'), m. Sullivan, Pa., Mar._ 12, 1857, Laura 8 Cleveland 

-(-1 1836 (Henry 7 , John«, Edward 5 , John<, Palmer', Ed ward^, Mosesi). Dwelt at 

Richmond, Pa., 1. 1885, Sullivan, farmer. Ch. b. Sullivan : In- 
fant 8 ' 9 , b. Jan. 7, d. S. Feb. 7, 1858. 

+9849 Lucina Plumley -9 Cleveland, b. May 23, 1859. 

9850-2 Lizzie Ada 8 " 9 Cleveland, b. Sept. 25, 1861 ; Allen 
Stephen 8 " 9 , May 5, 1864; Polly Augusta 8 " 9 , Mar. 1, 1867. 

9853 Alice Ophelia 8 ' 9 Cleveland, b. Nov. 7, 1869, m. 
Liberty, Tioga co., Pa., Nov. 20, 1884, Sidney Phyletus Fields, 
b. Ward tp., Pa., July 4, s. George Washington and Susan Tem- 
perance (Vandyke), 1. Sullivan, farmer. Viola Annabel 8 " 9 , b. 
Jan. 12, 1873; Esther Laura 8-9 , July 3, 1875. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



4165. 



1231 



HORACE 7 CLEVELAND (BUsha«), m. Covington, Pa., Jan. 
1, 1850, Arabella Howe, b. Columbia, Tioga co., Pa., Aug. 28, 
1 83 1, da. Asa and Mehettable (Hoding), res. Farmer's Valley, 
McKean co., Pa., farmer. Ch. : 

9854-9 Linda Ellen 6 Cleveland, b. Nov. 19, 1850, Sulli- 
van, Pa. Clara Annabel 8 , Mar. 8, 1854, S. ; Frederick E. 8 , Nov. 
15, 1856, S. ; Nettie P. 8 , Sept. 26, 1859, Keating, Pa. ; Adin E. 8 , b. 
Feb. 18, 1862, K., d. Rutland, Tioga co., Pa., Apr.; 1876 ; Malon 6 , 
b. Sept. 19, 1865, K., d. Apr. 16, 1866; Simon H. 8 , b. June 3, 
1867, K. ; Lewy 8 Cleveland, June 10, 1873, K. 

4166. 

LESTER 7 CLEVELAND (Eiisha*), m. Sullivan, Pa., May 22, 
1850, Theda Rebecca Hagar, b. Towanda, Bradford co., Pa., 
Feb. 26, 183 1, a da. Dr. Gardner and Lydia Emeline (Wells). 
Dwelt at Richmond, Pa., to 1843, Sullivan to 1848, where he 
learned watch making ; lived at Steamboat Rock, Hardin co., 
la., 1882, now Williams, Hamilton co., la.; Alpena, Jerold co., 
Dak., 1883, Williams 1884 ; has preempted 80 acres in Beadle co., 
Dak.; member Baptist church. Ch. : 

9860 Ophelia 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 10, 185 1, Sullivan, m. 
Carroll co., 111., Dec. 28, 1871, George H. Young, b. Chautauqua 
co., N. Y., Feb. 13, 1849, only s. John and Adelia (Reynals or 
Reynolds), 1. Alpena 1883-5, homestead 160 acres ; ch. : John 9 
Young, b. Oct. 12, 1872, Carroll co., 111.; Rose Ellen 9 Young, May 
19, 1874, Pleasant tp., Hardin co., la. 

9861 Rosiltha or Rosa A 8 Cleveland, b. May 22, 1855 
Sullivan, m. Covington, Pa., Apr. 28, 1877, Loran Gregory, b 
Sull. Mar. 1, only s. Joseph and Betsey (Cooley), 1. Alden, la. 
Ch. : Lora Ophelia 9 Gregory, b. June 12, 1878, Blossburgh, Pa. 
Frances 9 Gregory, b. Aug. 10, 1880, Sull.; Twin 9 , b. Aug. 10, 1880 
S., d. soon ; Burton 9 Gregory, b. Jan. 29, 1882, Steamboat Rock 
Ikie Gardner 8 , b. Nov. 5, 1857, Sull., d. May 3, i860 ; Kata 
Lena 8 , b. Sept. 28, 1865, Fairhaven tp., Carroll co., 111., d. 9862-4 
Mack Hagar 8 , b. Apr. 4, 1866, Sullivan, 1. Council Bluffs, la., 
1885, farmer and express. Leon 8 , b. June 23, 1873, Sullivan. 
Eda 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 7, 1875, S. 

4167. 

DESTA 7 CLEVELAND (mishap, d. Sullivan, Pa., June 13, 
1884, a. 57, m. Ward, Tioga co., Pa., Jan. 27, 1861, as 2d w., Jabez 
David Fletcher, b. June 25, 1810, d. Sull. Jan. 20, 1882; dwelt 
Sullivan, farmer ; ch. b. Ward : Polly JVeoma* Fletcher, b. Sept. 5, 
d. 6, 1861. 9865 Alice Emily 9 Fletcher, b. Mar. 15, 1864, m. 
Cassius Elisha " 9 Cleveland +9868. 

4168. 

AUGUSTA 7 CLEVELAND (Elisha<>, Elisha», Hopestill*, Samuel', 

Samuel", Moses*), d. Richmond, Pa., Nov. 20, 1873, a. 39, m. Sullivan, 
Pa., Aug. 7, 1853, as 1st wife, ASA 8 CLEVELAND +11834 



I2 32 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

(Aaron', John 8 , Edward*, John*, Palmer 3 , Edward*, Moses 1 ). (He married 2d). 

Dwelt Richmond; 1. 1883 Canoe Camp, Tioga co., Pa., farmer. 
Children : 

-j-9866 Ida Adell 8 " 9 Cleveland, b. June 11, 1854, Sullivan, 
Pa. 

+9867 Flora Ethel 8-9 Cleveland, b. Dec. 30, 1856, Sulli- 
van, Pa. 

+ 9868 Cassius Elisha 8 " 9 Cleveland, b. Sept. 9, 1859, Rich- 
mond, Pa. 

9869 Van Aden 8 " 9 Cleveland, b. Mar. 26, 1861, Rich- 
mond, Pa. 

9870 Nellie Dora 8 " 9 Cleveland, b. May 28, 1864, R., m. 
Troy, Pa., Feb. 11, 1882, John Emmett Sherman, born Bradford 
co., Pa., May 1, 1856, s. William Edwin and Catharine (Cortney), 
1. Richmond, farmer. 

9871-2 Elmer Ellsworth 8 " 9 , b. June 7, 1866, R.; Homer 
Asa 8 " 9 , b. Nov. 8, 1870, R.; Augusta Edith 8 " 9 , b. Nov. 12-,- 1873, R. 

4169. 

ADIN ELISHA 7 CLEAVELAND (BHsha«), d. Richmond, 
Pa., Apr. 27, 1882, a. 44, m. Sullivan, Pa., Mar. 31, 1867, Sarah 
Beardsley, b. N. Y. state Jan. 19, 1844, da. Eden or Eaton and 
Miranda Betsey (Tincum and Tinkham). Ch.: 9873-4 Mirton 
George 8 , b. Feb. 11, 1868, Sullivan, Pa.; Carl Harvey 8 Cleave- 
land, b. May 9, 1872, Richmond, Pa. 

Adin Elisha' Cleaveland lived in Sullivan to 1868, and aL 
in Richmond, where he was a prosperous farmer and land 
owner. Enlisted in fall of 1861 in Co. C, 7th Pa. V. C, a com- 
rade with Rev. A. D. Finch, who afterward preached his funeral 
sermon and wrote his obituary, which was published. Mr. 
Cleaveland was once supervisor of Richmond tp., and several 
terms school director. 

Mrs. Sarah (Beardsley) Cleaveland res. 1884 Mansfield, Pa.,, 
with her children. 

4170. 

MALON SHAW 7 CLEAVELAND (Eiisha«), m. Sullivan, Pa., 
May 24, 1868, Angeline McConnel, b. Sullivan July 3, 1848, a da. 
Justus and Hannah (Bryant). Ch.: 9875-81 Delbert Elisha 8 
Cleaveland, b. May 7, 1869, S.; Cora May 8 , July 24, 1871, S.; 
Katie 8 , Sept. 23, 1873, S.; Mary 8 , May 2, 1876, Richmond, Pa.; 
Bird Merril 8 , Apr. 23, 1880, R.; Birt Verril 8 , Apr. 23, 1880, R., 
d. R. Sept. 9, 1880 ; Roy 8 Cleaveland, b. Oct. 9, 1882, R. 

Malon Shaw 7 Cleaveland resided at Sullivan to 1876, 
and since at Richmond, where he owns and operates a farm. 
Was a member of Co. A, 207th Pa. Vols., served in Va. and was 
in 2 battles. 

4172. 

Amos' Warriner (Naomi°, Eiisnas, Hopestin*, sam. 3, sam.a), d. Del- 
mar, Tioga co., Pa., Mar. 10, i860, a. 52, m. July 4, 1833, Mrs. 
Patience (Hatch) Butler, b. Monson, Mass., wid. Ira Butler, da. 
Baker and Elsie Jane (Richerson). Ch.: 9882-4 Ida* Warri- 
ner, b. May 16, 1834, m., of Gaines, Tioga co., Pa.; ch.: several* ;. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1233 



Joseph* Warriner, b. Dec. 25, 1835, m., 1. Pa.; ch.: several*; Elias* 
Warriner, b. Apr. 1, 1840, m., 1. St. Louis, Mo., manufacturers' 
timber agt; ch.: several 9 . Lumis* Warriner, b. Dec. 10, 1843, d. 
July 16, 1848 ; Caroline* Warriner, b. June 19, 1846, d. July 8, 1848. 
Amos' Warriner moved from Monson Feb., 1 851, to Delmar. 
Patience Hatch m. 1st, Ira Butler, son Benjamin and Hannah 
(Cross). She m. 3d, Joseph Palmer, he d. 

4173. 

Miriam, Cleveland? Warriner (Naomi«), m. Monson, 
Mass., Jan. 4, 1831, Guy Hatch, b. M. Feb. 28, 1808, son Baker 
and Elsie Jane (Richerson) ; dwelt Monson, farmer. Ch. born 
Monson : 

+9885 Almira 8 Hatch, b. Apr. 16, 1832. 

9886 Jane Naomi* Hatch, b. Dec. 2, 1833, d. M. Sept. 13, 
1853, m. M. Apr. 17, 1853, Samuel S. Hollingsworth of Wilbra- 
ham, Mass., s. James H. and Mary (Livermore). s. p. 

9887 Linus Henry 9 Hatch, b. June 16, 1838, Monson, m. 1st, 
Staffordville, Tolland co., Conn., Feb. 18, 1861, Mrs. Evelyn (Nel- 
son) Gates, b. Wales, Mass., Feb., 1831, d : Staffordv. 1864, wid. 
Benjamin Gates. He m. 2d, Palmer, Mass., Nov. 25, 1866, Ellen 
Harriet Fuller, b. Belchertown, Mass., Mar. 19, 1846, da. Willis 
and Emeline (Chapin). Ch. by 2d m.: Forest Giles 9 Hatch, b. 
Mar. ii, 1868, Southbridge, Mass., d. Staffordv. Aug. 9, 1877 ; 
Willis Chapen 9 Hatch, b. Jan. 28, 1870, Southb. 

4175. 

JElias Turner 1 Warriner (Naomi"), m. Monson, Mass., 
Oct. 27, 1841, Sarah Elvira Durkee, b. Dalton, Mass., Sept. 16, 
1822, d. Monson Feb. 4, 1896, a da. Amasa and Maryamne (Les- 
ter). Ch. b. Monson : Sandford Amos*, b. Oct. 19, 1842, d. M. 
Mar. 30, 1843. 

9888 Josephine Hannah* Warriner, b. Mar. 2, 1845, m. Pal- 
mer, Mass., Dec. 18, 1867, Nelson Carpenter Hill, b. Warren, 
Mass., Dec. 19, 1844, s. Washington and Anna Powers (Hatha- 
way). Of Monson, always, woolen mfr. Ch.: Eugene Nelson 9 
Hill, b. May 6, 187 1, Granby, Hampshire co., Mass. 

-[-9889 Louisa Maria* Warriner, b. June 25, 1849. 
9890 Wilson Joseph* Warriner, b. Oct. 30, 1850, m. Oct. 30, 
1871, Mary Ann Slater, b. Belchertown, Mass., Nov. 13, 1850, 
da. Salmon and Mary Eliza (Warner). Of Feeding Hills, Mass., 
farmer and fur dealer. Ch. b. Agawam, Mass.: Mary Lovina\ 
b. Jan. 16, 1873, d. Dec. 4, 1875 ; Wilson Salmon 9 , b. Mar. 26, d. 
Nov. 27, 1875 ; Mary Lovina 9 Warriner (ag.), b. May 6, 1877. 

Elias Turner 1 Warriner, residence Monson to 1873, Wilbra- 
ham, Mass., to 1882, Monson since (1896), farmer. 

Durkee ancestry : — Henry 1 , m. Sept. 25, zjq^, Sally Russell, b. Feb. 28, 1774, da. Ben- 
jamin (m. Feb. 28, 1757) and Phebe (Smith, b. Nov. 25, 1735) ; Amasa 2 Durkee, of Dalton 
1820, m. Maryamne Lester, b. Mar. 19, 1798. 

4176. 

Hannah 7 Warriner (Naomi«), m. Monson, Mass., Mar. 12, 
1846, John Watson Durkee, b. Dalton, Mass:, Sept. 16, 1826, d. 

78 



1234 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



Bowling Green, Warren co., Ky., Apr. 19, 1888, a s. Amasa and 
Maryamne (Lester). Ch.: 

Edna Augusta* Durkee, born Feb. 4, 1847, Monson, m. 
Amos David Day; Emma Almira* Durkee, b. May 13, 1848, Mon- 
son, m. Alfred C. Van Tine ; Florence Lester* Durkee, b. Mar. 25, 
1857, Monson, m. Henry E. Glenn; Sarah Alice 9 Durkee, b. Feb. 
26, 1861, Sandusky, O., m. William R. Kelham. 

9891 John Watson* Durkee -(Dr.), born Dec. 14, 1868, San- 
dusky, unm., grad. College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y., 
1895, regular physician, of New Haven, Conn. (1896). 

Mrs. Hannah 1 [Warriner) Durkee res. Sandusky. John Wat- 
son Durkee, of Bowling Green, mechanic. 

Durkee ancestry : — See -(-4175. 

4177. 

JUSTUS' CLEVELAND (Benjamin*, Elisha', Hopestill*, Sam'ia, Sam', 

Moses*) m. Dansville, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1842, Rachel Ann Hill, born 
Middlesex, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1817, da. Ziba and Asenath (Root). 
Dwelt, 1855, Doty's Corners, Steuben co., N. Y.; Mar., 1855, "W. 
Almond, Allegany co., N. Y.; 1885-7, Olean, N. Y., farmer. Ch.: 

9892 Sarah Ann 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 14, 1842, Dansv., d. 
Nov. 13, 1867, m. Oct. 14, 1861, Almon Maynard. 

9893 Mortimer Wilson 8 Cleveland, b. June 10, 1845, D. T 
d. Sept. 10, 1877, m. Jan. 1, 1873, Juliaette Thompson. 

9894 Delilah Jane 8 Cleveland, b. July 8, 1849, W. Al- 
mond, m. Feb. 7, 1877, John S. Parish of Portville, Cattaraugus 
co., N. Y., farmer. 

9895 Philemon Orlando 8 Cleveland, b. May 30, 1851,. 
"W. Almond, m. Dec. 3, 1876, Lucy A. Kratts, 1. Portv., farmer. 

9896 Helen Adelle 8 Cleveland, b. May 19, 1855, West 
Almond, m. Nov. 8, 1874, Frank Shumway of Salamanca, N. Y., 
Erie R. R. engineer. Carrie Amanda 8 Cleveland, b. July 15, 
1862, Portville, unm., of Olean. 

4179. 

BENJAMIN 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin*), d. Savannah, Ga.,. 
Feb. 21, 1865, a. 42, m. Dansville, N. Y., Mary Stone. Ch. : 

9897-8 Floyd Alqnzo 8 ; Edward Albertus 8 Cleveland;. 
both supposed to res., 1885, Butler, Mich. 

Benjamin 7 Cleveland, an officer in U. S. A., Co. E, 13th 
Mich., 14th Army Corps; was drafted Oct. 6; marched 1,500 
miles, 400 under Sherman, to Savannah, d. after 7 weeks' sick- 
ness ; buried in Laurel Grove Cemetery. 

4180. 

ELI CLARK 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin*), m. Dansville, . N. 
Y., Mar. 25, 1855, Abigail McCrea, born Warsaw, N. Y., Dec. 8, 
1838, da. John and Mary (Hollister); dwelt, 1881, Grove, N. Y.; 
1885, Burns, N. Y.; 1887, Garwood, N. Y., farmer. Ch.: 

9899 Charles Herbert 8 Cleveland, born Oct. 3, 1857, 
Burns, m. Apr. 25, 1883, Miss Anna Schobey or Scholey of 
Nunda, N. Y., farmer. 

9900 Benjamin Franklin 8 Cleveland, b. Mar., May 21,. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1235 



1859, Dansv., m. Dec. 18, 1878, Cora Whitney, 1. Stillman Valley, 
111., farmer. Ch.: 3. 

9901 John Frederic 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 21, 1863, Dans- 
ville, tn. Dalton, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1886, Louisa Shobey, 1. Grove, 
farmer, s. p. 9902 Mary Belle 8 , b. July 4, 1867, Burns. 

9903 Lucy Ames 8 , Aug. 16, 187 1, Dansville. 

4181. 

NANCY ARILLA 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin"), d. Burns, N. 
Y., Jan. 25, 1872, a. 40, m. Birdsall, N. Y., as 1st w., David Whit- 
ney. Ch.: 

9904 Sarah Marelda* Whitney ; Ida Elizabeth* Whitney. 
David Whitney m. 2d, Betsey B. Hall. Ch.: Eliza Whitney,. 

1. Whitney's Crossings, Allegany co., N. Y.; Henry Cleveland 
Whitney. 

4186. 

Levi Claris 7 Wawiner (Abigails, ElishaS, Hopestill*, Sam.», Sam."),. 

d. Parker's Prairie, Otter Tail co., Minn., May 5, 1871, a. 52, m. 
Monson, Mass., Apr. 15, 1841, Adeline L. Anderson. Ch.: 3. 
Sons 8 , 4 Daughters 8 . 

Rev. Levi Clark 1 Warriner, a minister of' the Baptist com- 
munion in Western New York ; faithful and useful. 

4187, 

Abigail MarillcC Warriner (Abigail*), d. June 4, 1854, a. 
33, m. Belchertown, Mass., Oct. n, 1842, Horace Dimock Walker 
of B., he d. May 28, 1874, s. Caleb and Abigail (Dimock). Ch.: 

9905 Adeline Marilla 9 Walker, b. July 30, 1842, B., m. Feb, 
24, 1863, Leander Witherell Newcomb of Enfield, Mass., s. Fos- 
ter and Fanny (Collins). Ch. b. Enfield : Louise Marilla* New- 
comb, Mar. 21, 1864 ; Freddie Foster* Newcomb, b. Dec. 6, 1871. 

Huldah Louisa* Walker, b. May 22, 1845, Ware, Mass.,. 
d. Mar. 4, 1847. 

9906 Almira Eliza* Walker, b. June 30, 1850, Greenwich,, 
d. Wilbraham, Mass., Feb. 9, 1876. 

4189. 

James Monroe 1 Warriner (Abigail), mar. Springfield, 
Mass., July 3, 1844, Mary Ann Frost, b. Chester Factories, Mass., 
Apr. 11, 1825, da. Samuel and Phcebe (Champlin). Ch.: 

9907 Martha Marilla* Warriner, m. Detroit, Mich., June 
1, 1869, John Taylor, b. Fitz Roy, Canada E., July 17, 1847. Of 
Detroit, 1883, printer. 

9908 Henrietta Adaline 8 Warriner, unm., 1. Monroe, Mich. 

9909 Mary Abby* Warriner, m. Detroit, Jan. 2, 1872, Ever- 
ett Summerfield Marvin, b. New Hudson, Oakland co., Mich., 
Sept. 11, 1850, 1. Detroit, merchant. 

9910 Jennie Evelyn* Warriner, b. Apr. 26, 1858, Corning, 
N. Y., d. Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1861; Lillie Agnes 8 Warriner •, 
unm., 1. home. 

Rev. James Monroe 1 Warriner, res. Monroe ; clergyman of 
the Protestant Episcopal church. 



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4190. 

SARAH LOVISA 7 CLEAVELAND (jose P h», Eiisha°, Hopestnn, 
Samuels, Samuel), d. South Windsor, Hartford co., Conn., June 3, 
1873, a. 43, m. Mansfield, Conn., Sept. 9, 1851, John Wilson Doten, 
b. Freedom, Waldo co., Me., Apr. 16, 1829, only s. Jacob and 
Lydia (Sanford). Ch. : 

991 1 Emily Lovisa* Doten, b. Nov. 11, 1852, Mansfield, d. S. 
Windsor, Sept. 6, 1876, m. S. W., Sept. 7, 1875, as ist w -> Isaac 
W. King, born S. W., Dec. io, 1849, son John N. and Julia Ann 
(Keny), dwelt S. Windsor, farmer. (He m. 2d, Ida Abbey ; ch.: 
Clinton King, Victor King.) Rosella Maria* Doten, born Oct. 5, 
1855, Mansf., d. S. Win., Feb. 17, 1869. , 

9912 Nellie Idella 8 Doten, born June 15, 1870, S. W., unm., 
res. S. Windsor, 1888. 

John Wilson Doten dwelt at Ware, Mass., to 1856, Mansfield 
to 1864, and since at South Windsor, where he resides on his 
farm. 

Doten, Dotey ancestry : — Edward Doten came in "Mayflower," 1620, m. Faith Clark, 
da. Tristram, had sons: William, Edward of Plymouth, Mass., John, Isaac, Thomas of 
Middleborough, Mass., and Joseph of Rochester, Mass. One of these may have been 
ancestor of: Jacob 1 , b. Buckfield, Me., lived at Freedom, m. ist, Wilson, 2d, Charlotte 
Witcher; ch. by istm.: Jacob 8 , born Freedom, Sullivan 2 , m. Elizabeth Sanford, a da. 
Henry and Abial (Soule), Matilda", m. Guy Wire, Rebecca 2 , m. Jacob Wire, Mary 2 , m. 
James Morrison, Ansel 2 , d., unm.; by 2dm.: Witcher Clark 2 , Sally Ann 5 , m. Edmund 
Hussey, Charles 2 , Allie Ann 2 . . . . Jacob 2 , d. at Freedom, m. Lydia Sanford, sister 
to Elizabeth. Ch.: John Wilsons, m. Sarah Lovisa Cleaveland 7 , Lydia Ann 3 , m. 
Wales Wilder, 1. Gilbertville, Worcester co. , Mass., Lucinda 8 , m. Christopher Nutter, X. 
Palermo, Me., Mary Emily 3 Doten m. Ware Eddy, dwelt Saginaw, Mich. 

4191. 

MARY ANN BUZZEL' CLEAVELAND (jose P h«),'b. Ware, 
Mass., Sept. i, 1835, m - Mansfield, Conn., Jan. 30, 1853, Daniel 
Ellison Fuller, b. Mansfield, June 11, 1831, s. Daniel and Eliza- 
beth (Neff). Ch. b. Mansfield: 

9913 Joseph Cleaveland* Fuller, b. Nov. 22, 1853, m. Elling- 
ton, Conn., Feb. 6, 1873, Mary Jane Hubbard, b. Portland, Conn., 
Feb. 7, 1848, da. Thomas Jefferson and Catherine (Ranney), res. 
Mansfield Four Corners (1896). Ch. b. Mansfield: Charles Jeffer- 
son 9 Fuller, b. July 6, 1873; Harvey Eugene 9 Fuller, Apr. 17, 1876 ; 
Maud Lilian 9 Fuller and Minnie Lavinia 9 Fuller (twins), b. Sept. 
7, 1879 '■> Aillieen Medora 9 Fuller, Dec. 30, 1881 ; Irving Washing- 
ton 9 Ftiller, Nov. 24, 1886. 

9914 Andrew Eugene* Fuller, b. Jan. n, 1859, unm., of 
Mansfield, carpenter. 

9915 Lydia Climena 8 Fuller, b. Mar. 6, 1861, m. Calvin 
Dawkins of Louisville, Ky., he went to Wilbraham, Mass., be- 
fore 1 88 1. She res. home. Ch. 5 : Erma Lenora 9 Dawkins, b. 
Mar. 11, 1881. 

Daniel George* Fuller, b. Feb. 9, 1865, d. Mansfield, 
Feb. 18, 1865. 

Daniel Ellison Fuller, residence Mansfield, farmer and stone 
mason. 

Fuller ancestry : — Daniel Fuller b. Tolland, Conn., Oct. 7, 1785, d. Jan. 7, 1883, m. 
Elizabeth Neff of Chaplin, Conn. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. ^37 

4193. 

JPulcheria Marcia" PluTnJey (puicheria«, Eiisha*, Hopestm*, 
Samuel', Samuels), m. by Rev. Simeon 8 Cleveland, Oct. 5, 1842, 
George Seaver, s. John Trumble and Susannah ; 1. Hampden, 
Mass., 1883, farmer. Ch. : George A* Seaver, b. Feb. 11, d. Apr. 
17, 1844. 

9916 Allyn Delos* Seaver, b. Mar. 6, 1846, m. Jan. 20, 29, 
1870, Ella Maria Benedict da. Oscar Freeland and Sabrina Ma- 
ria (Bennett), 1. Wilbraham, Mass., farmer. Ch.: Allyn M 9 Sea- 
ver, May 13, 187 1 ; Cassius B. 9 Seaver, Mar. 22, 1878 ; James Ty- 
eartus 9 Seaver, Nov. 4, 1879. 9917 Ida T* Seaver, b. Sept. 16, 
1855, d. Apr. 15, 1873, m - June 30, 1872, Dwight Eddy. 

4194. 

Ada Calista 7 JPlumley (puicheria<>), d. Westfield, Mass., 
Dec. 25, 1872, a. 47, m. Ludlow, Mass., Dec. 22, 1845, Charles 
Allyn Williams, b. Southampton, Mass., Sept. 6, 1820, s. Jacob 
and Frances Maria (Moyett), 1. Westfield 1883, brick manufac- 
turer. Ch. : 

9918 Charles Augustus* Williams, b. Sept. 2, 1850, South- 
ampton, m. Jan. 6, 1874, Frances Louisa Douglass, b. Mar. 6, 
1848, da. Thomas and Orlinda (Gprham), 1. Westfield, merch. 
Ch.: Charles Thomas 9 Williams, Nov. 1, 1873 ', Freddie Leary 9 Wil- 
liams, July .31, 1876 ; Bertha 9 Williams, b. Feb. 14, d. Aug, 1878. 

9919 Calista Augusta? Williams, b. Sept. 2, 1850, Southamp., 
d. Dec. 30, 1881, m. Nov. 5, 1873, Charles Edwin Root, b. Mar. 16, 
185 1, s. Lyman and Anna (House), s. p. 

9920 Frances Juliett* Williams, b. Sept. 29, 1853, Deerfield, 
Mass., m. Nov. 23, 1882, Justin Harrington Bassett, b. May 27, 
1857, s. Joel and Elizabeth (Thompson), of East Hampton, Mass., 
accountant; Clarence Elijah* Williams, b. July 7, 1858, Southamp., 
d. Westf., Sept. 7, 1874. 

4195. 

Tarnson Charlotte 1 JPlwmley (Puicheriae), m. Ludlow, 
Mass., Aug. 27, 185 1, Benjamin Chad wick Davis, b. Middlebury, 
New Haven co., Conn., Oct. 21, 1827, s. Gad and Orinda (Chaf- 
fee)* 5 years in the war 27th Mass. ; . quartermaster some 
time. Ch.: 

9921 Ozro Benjamin* Davis, b. May 21, 1852, Monson, Mass., 
m. Goshen, Mass., 1879, Fleedia Miner. 

9922 Maria Charlotte* Davis, b. Mar. 23, 1854, Monson, m. 
Palmer, Mass., 1875, Perlin Marcus Shearer. Ch. b. Palmer : 
Berlin Marcus 9 Shearer, 1876 ; Julia Maria 9 Shearer, 1878. 

9923 Franklin Isaac* Davis, b. Jan. 18, 1856, Willington, 
Conn., m., Goshen, k 1879, Jennie T. Sears. Ch.: Bay 9 Davis. 
Arvilla Idell* Davis, b. Sept. 2, 1858, Monson, d. Nov. 21, 1864 ; 
Willis Leroy* Davis, b. May 14, 1861, Longmeadow, Mass., d. Nov. 
15, 1864 ; Idella Arvilla* Davis, b. Sept. 2, 1865, Goshen, d. G. 
Nov. 7, 1881 ; Alice Climenia Maria* Davis, b. Sept. 8, 1867, G. ; 
Charles Henry* Davis, b. Nov. 22, 1870, G. 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



4196. 



Anr/eline 7 JPlumley (Puicheria<>), m. Sept. 17, 1851, Edwin 
O. Smith, b. Ludlow, Mass., June 10, 1830, s. Leonard H. and 
Susan (Plumley). Ch.: 9924 Willie E. H Smith, b. Sept. 27, 1852, 
L., d. Aug. 18, 1857. 

9925 Effie A? Smith, b. Jan. 13, 1855, Willington, Conn., m. 

Aug. 24, 1872, Albert D. Steadman. Ch. b. Monson, Mass.: Edith 

J? Steadman, July 26, 1873; Edna E." Steadman, Oct. 16, 1874. Ettie 

A. Smith, b. Sept. 18, 1859, Hampden, Mass., d. Monson, July 12, 

1863. 9926-7 Nellie E." Smith, b. July 23, 1862, M. ; Jennie Z. 8 



Smith, Jan. 18, 1870, M. 



4198. 



AUGUSTA JANE 7 CLEVELAND (Simeon", Elisha», Hopestill«, 

Samuel', Samuel 2 , Moses^ b. Ware, Mass., Jan. 23, 1 837, m. West 
Clarksville, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1858, Henry Ezra Prindle, b. French 
Creek, Erie co., Pa., Aug. 2, 1829, s. Elinzer and Nancy Ann 
(Chapin). They were divorced in 1889, she resuming her maid- 
en name, s. p. In 1857 she was given by her mother and 
adopted her younger sister, Eva De Ett t Cleveland + 4203, 
who resides with her. | 

Mrs. A. J. 7 Cleveland is President (Miss C. C Ingraham, ; 

Vice-Pr'es.), of Springfield, Mass. Branch of National Association 
Loyal Women of American Liberty, incorp'orated 1889. A po- 
etess and authoress of note. See Bibliography, Chap. IV. Res- 
idence, W. Clarksville to 1866, Friendship, N. Y., to 1869, Olean, 
N.-Y., to 1877, Wilbraham, Mass., to 1880, Springfield, to July 1, 
1883, Philadelphia, Pa., Matron of Woman's Christian Associa- 
tion to 1889, since that date has lived in Springfield (1896). Has 
always been prominent and very useful in benevolent society 
work, and is highly esteemed. Mrs. Cleveland has taken much 
interest in and is a subscriber for this Genealogy. The hand- 
some and complete record, here presented, of descendants of 
her gr.-gr. -father, Hopestill 4 Cleveland, is the product of her in- 
dustry and skill. 

4199. 

CHARLES SIMEON 7 CLEVELAND (simeon«), m. 1st, Rich- 
burg, N. Y., Sept. 15, i860, Martha La Verne Maxon, b. R. Apr. 
4, 1840, d. R. Nov. 6, 1863, da. Moses and Marthia (Prosser). He 
m. 2d, Olean, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1865, Sarah Barnum, b. Angelica, 
N. Y., Mar. 8, 1840, da. David and Elizabeth (Renwick), 1st m., 
s. p. Ch. by 2d m.: 

9928 La Vernon 8 Cleveland, b. July 30, 1871, Olean, d. 
O. Apr. 5, 1872 ; Charles Vernon 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 25, 1872, 
Morrison, Whitesides co., 111., d: M. Nov. 9, 1881; Clifton Earl 8 
Cleveland, b. Sept. 30, 1879, M., d. Exeter, Fillmore co., Neb., 
after 1883. 

Dea. Charles Simeon 7 Cleveland has been in mercantile 
business from the age of 16 years; in Richburg to 1864, Olean 
to 1870, Morrison to 1880. Has since 1880 lived in Exeter, where 
he is, 1887, Cashier of the First National Bank No. 2 121 of Exe- 
ter, A. W. Miner, Pres., capital $50,000. For 30 years a com- 
municant of the Baptist church, and many years a deacon. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1239 



4200. 



THANKFUL ANN 7 CLEVELAND (simeon»), m. ist,Troups- 
burg, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1859, Joseph Potter Brooks, b. T., s. Calvin 
and Matilda (Potter), dwelt Westfield, Pa., farmer ; they sepa- 
rated Sept. 20, 1861. She m. 2d, Horn ells ville, N. Y., Nov. 28, 
1864, George Jay Young, s. George and Louisa (Davis), 1. Bird- 
sail, N. Y., farmer. Was a soldier, received a wound. Ch. by 
1st m.: 

9929 Arethusa* Brooks, b. Jan. 18, 1861, Troupsb. By 2d m. 
9930 Charles Edwin* Young, b. May 17, 1866, Whitney's Crossings, 
N. Y., m. 1893, Eve Barret, s. p. 

9931 Carrie Elizabeth 9 Young, b. Feb. 28, 1868, W. C, d. 
Grove, N. Y., May 17, 1872; Evelyn Augusta* Young, b. Apr. 28, 
1870, Whitney's C; Bernard Herbert 6 Young, Apr. 16, 1873, W. C; 
Carrie Davis* Young, b. Apr. 16, 1873, W. C. ; Bertha Elizabeth* 
Young, b. May 10, 1875, Birdsall, d. B. June 26, 1875; Freddie 
Lemie* Young, b. July. 9, 1877, B. ; Dollie Elizabeth* Young, b. June 
5, 1881, B., d. B. Dec. 12, 1882 ; Darling Corrie* Young, b. Jan. 21, 
1885, B., d. B., Feb. 23, 1885. 

4201. 

EDWIN ELISHA 7 CLEVELAND (simeon«), m. Branchport, 
Yates co., N. Y., Dec. 23, 1869, Helen Augusta Dickenson, b. 
B., May 20, 1845, da. Nathan and Catharine (Beden). Ch. : 

9932 Kate Belle 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 5, 1871, Branchport. 

9933 George Nathan 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 23, 1874, B. 9934-6 
Charles Frederick 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 10, 21, 1875, Penn Yan, 
N. Y. ; Orra Vivian or Vi-Vine 8 , Apr. 11, 20, 1877, P. Y. ; 
Arthur Edwin 8 , Dec. 2, 1879, P. Y. ; Frank 8 , b. July 31, P. Y., 
d. Aug. 22, 1 881 ; Julia Amanda 8 , b. Feb. 11, 1883, P. Y. 

Edwin Elisha 7 Cleveland res. Penn Yan, 1886. Was in 
Co. E, 136th N. Y., 3 years ; was in battles of Fredericksburg, 
Gettysburg, Lookout Mt., Atlanta, with Sherman in march to 
the sea. 

4202. 

HANNAH ELIZABETH 7 CLEVELAND (Simeon*, Eiisha*. 
Hopestm*), m. Hampden, Mass., Dec. 10, 1884, Samuel Dickerman 

Beebe, s. John and (Dickerman), res., 1886, New Orleans, 

La., farmer. She was a Fredonia graduate and successful 
teacher. Ch. : 9937 John Cleveland* Beebe, b. June 15, 1886, 
Hampden. Charles Davison* Beebe, b. Aug. 12, 1890. 

4207. 

ELEANOR LOUISA 7 CLEVELAND (c y rus°, David*, Hopestiiu, 
Samuel*, Samuel), d. Ludlow, Mass., Oct. 1 8, 1848, a. 20, m. May 30, 
1847, as 1st w., Daniel Pratt. He m. 2d, Tamerson Aurila 7 
Cleveland +4 2 °8. 

4208. 

TAMERSON AURILA 7 CLEVELAND (cyrus«), d. Ludlow, 
Mass., Apr. 24, 1869, a. 37, m. Dec. 2, 1849, as 2< ^ w -> Daniel 
Pratt, he d: in Andersonville Prison, Ga., Aug. 22, 1864. (He 
m. 1st, Eleanor Louisa 7 Cleveland +4207.) Ch. : 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



9938 Francis William'' Pratt, b. Dec. 29, 1850, Ludlow, iru 
Sept. 29, 1876, Sophy Maguire. Ch. : Edith Lilian 9 Pratt, b.. 
Apr. 20, 1878, Haydenville, Mass. ; Eva Lovina 9 Pratt, Dec. 12, 
1879, H. ; Jennie 9 Pratt, Dec. 24, 1882, Springfield, Mass. Viana 
Aurila* Pratt, b. Oct., 1853, Ludlow, d. Nov. 15, 1861 ; Joseph 
Chester* Pratt, b. Feb. 7, 1857, L., d. Dec. 8, 1873. 9939 Sarah 
Eleanor 6 Pratt, b. Jan. 29, i860, Shutesbury, Mass., m. Monson, 
Mass., Sept. 27, 1880, Charles Aldrich. 9940 Freddie Nelson* 
Pratt, b. Dec. 19, 1863, Ludlow, m. Westfield, Mass., Dec. 24, 
1882, May Rhodes. 

4209. 

SARAH MARIA 7 CLEVELAND (cyrus«, David=, Hopestm*), m. 
Palmer, Mass., Aug. 2, 1851, Luther Rice Clark, b. Dec. 28, 
1827, s. William Andrews and Martha (Rice). Of Blandford, 
Mass., 1883 [not there Dec, 1894]. Ch. b. Ludlow, Mass. : 

9941 George Luther Franklin* Clark, b. Apr. 20, 1852, m. 
Sept. 11, 1872, Ella Nickols. Ch. : Ida Maria 9 Clark, b-. July 20,. 
1873, Worcester, Mass.; Francis A/onzo 9 Clark, b. June 17, 1875, 
Ludlow; John 9 Clark, b. May 11, 1877, Monson, Mass., d. M., 
1879 ; George Etta 9 Clark, b. Sept. 4, 1881, Spencer, Mass. 

9942 Edwin Cyrus Willard* Clark, b. June 17, 1856, m. 
Monson, Sept. 11, 1874, Eliza Bates. 9943 Nellie Louisa* Clark r 
b. Feb. s, 1864, 1. Monson. 

4221. 

Jane AdaHne 1 Miller (zedma* Muur), m. Dec. n, 1846,. 
William Ceylon Walker, farmer. Ch. : 

9944 William Ceylon 9 Walker, b. Mar. 19, 1850, m. Tan. 26,. 
1871, Julia Keyes, farmer. Ch. : Isabell 9 Walker, b. Mar. 9, 1872; 
Henry Clarence 9 Walker, May 26, 1874. Zebina Miller* Walker, b.. 
Oct.. 16, 1854, d. Jan. 15, i860. 9945 Charles Osmyn* Walker, b. 
Feb. 27, 1859, m. Dec. 18, 1880, Ellen Maria Morse. 

4224. 

LORIN GRAVES 7 CLEVELAND (Lorin Graves', Samuel*, Hope- 

stm<, Samuel 3 , Samuel, Moses'), d. Wilkesbarre, Pa., July 15, 1873, a. 
37, m. Pittston, Pa., Mar. 20, 1865, Martha Travis, b. Scranton,. 
Lackawanna co., Pa., Dec. 5, 1850, da. John Lewis and Mary 
(Henderson). They were divorced before Judge Dana at 
Wilkesbarre, Jan., 187 1 ; she 1. Scranton, 1882. He resided at 
Eddyville, N. Y., to 1837, Paterson, N. J., to 1864, Scranton, Pa. r 
to 1867, Kingston, Pa., 4 months in 1867, Scranton to 1873, 
Wilkesbarre af. ; machinist and merchant. Ch. b. Scranton. : 
Mary Ellen 8 , b. Aug. 7, 1865, d. S., Sept. 23, 1867. 9946 
Leonora 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 20, 1868, res., Scranton, 1882. 

4225. 

JAMES EDWARD 7 CLEVELAND (Lorin Graves'), m. Shick- 
shinny, Columbia co., Pa., Nov. 24, 1867, Ellen Louisa Van 
Ancker, b. Espytown, Columbia co., Pa., Apr. 21, 1832, da, 
Henry Burnard and Catharine Ann (Ash ton). Lived at Goshen, 
N. Y., Ramapo, N. J., Hopperstown, Paterson, N. J., to 1866,. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1241 



Shickshinny to 1872, since at Scranton, Pa., merchant. Ch. : 
9947-9 James Edward 8 , b. June 17, 1868, Shickshinny, Pa. 
Charles Henry", b. Oct. 4, 1870, Shick., d. Scranton, Sept. 28, 
1872. Lorin Graves 8 , b. Mar. 31, 1873, Scranton. William 
Albert 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 23, 1874, Scranton. Mary Ellen 8 , 
b. Oct. 13, 1879, Scran., d. there Oct. 21, 1881. 

4228. 

ClarindCt? CrOSS {Clarissa* Borden, Hannah*, Hopestill*), m. Wil- 
liam Thompson, res., Monson or Brookfield, Mass. Ch. : 
9950-4 William* Thompson, m. ; Joel 3 ,m.; Lavinia 3 ,xa. ; Lucinda 3 , 
m. ; Clara 3 Thompson, m. 

4230. 

Hannah' CrOSS {Rachel* Borden, Hannahs), m. June 2, 1831, 

Benjamin Butler of N. Wilbraham, Mass., 1882. Ch. : 

9955 Philip M. B Butler, b. Mar. 1 7, 1 83 2, m. Angeline Rindge. 
Ch. : Ida 3 Butler ; William 3 Butler. 

9956 Julia A. 9 Butler, b. July 9, 1833, m. Walter M. Green. 
Ch. : Frederic W 3 Green; Ella A 3 Green; Benjamin B. 9 Green ; 
Julia M 3 Green j Henry A 3 Green j Lydia B. 3 Green. 

9957 Ellen M* Butler, b. Nov. 6, 1834, d. June 18, 1878, m. 
Rev. Charles H. Vinton. Ch. : Charles W 3 Vinton; Emma W 3 
Vinton. 

9958 Henry C." Butler, b. Oct. 30, 1836, m. 1st Sarah J. 
Ferry, 2d, Adaline I. Jones. Ch. : Arvilla J 3 Butler ; Ida 3 But- 
ler ; Bennie 3 Butler ; Wilbur 3 Butler. 

9959 Perlin S." Butler, b. Oct. 2, 1839, m. Juliette Perrin. 
Ch. : Sidney P. 3 Perrin; Morton 3 Perrin. 

9960 Lyman L>. s Butler, b. Jan. 30, 1842, m. 1st, Linda P. 
Maxwell, she d., 2d, Emily Pease. Ch. by 1st m. : Jennie 3 But- 
ler, d. ; Orice 3 Butler; Frederic 3 Butler, d., Benjamin G* Butler, b. 
July 8, 1843, d. Oct. 12, 1844. 

9961 James X. 9 Butler, b. Mar. 18, 1845, m. 1st, Elvira M. 
Maxwell, she d., 2d, Laura E. Hovey. Ch. by 1st m. : James A* 
Butler. By 2d m. : Adella E 3 Butler, d.; Bennie O. 3 Butler, d. ; 
Blanche B 3 Butler; Albert H 3 Butler. 

9962 Jason 3 Butler, b. Jan. i, 1847, m. Cornelia Perrin, s. p. 

9963 Royal D. s Butler, b. Mar. 9, 1849, m. Ella Trumble. 
Ch. : Lena 3 Butler ; Luther 3 Butler. Wilbur F. 3 Butler, b. Dec. 14, 
1851, d. Feb. 18, 1852. 

9964 Hannah B. B Butler, b. Mar. 24, 1853, m. Addison J. 
Bennett. Ch. : George A. 3 Bennett ; Imogene E. 3 Bennett; Lillian 
E 3 Bennett ; Leon J." Bennett. 

4236. 

STEPHEN 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin', Joseph', Ephraim*, Joseph*, 

Samuei», Mosesi), m, Richmond, N. Y., Sept. 24, 1826, Maria Sulli- 
van, b. N. J. Apr. 14, 1806, d. Nottawa, St. Joseph co., Mich. r 
■Dec. 3, 1857, da. William and Mary (Bailey), 1., 1883, Three Riv- 
ers, Mich., farmer. Ch. : 

9965 Thomas Jefferson 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 6, 1827, 
Richm., m. Martha Connor of Keokuk, Lee co., la., 1. Colorado. 



1242 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



+9966 William Franklin 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 10, 1828, 
Cassenwager, Erie co., Pa. 

9967 Marilla Jane 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 9, 1830, Conites, . 
Erie co., Pa., m. D. H. Orton, 1. Lockport, St. Joseph co., Mich. 

-f-9968 Chauncey Madison 8 , b. Apr. 12, 1 831, Conites. 9969 
Mary Juliana 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 14, 1833, Erie co., Pa., d. 
Nottawa, Mich., July 14, 185 1, tmm. 

9970 George Washington 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 31, 1835, 
Piqua, Sandusky co., O., m. Leonidas, St. Joseph co., Mich., 
Sarah E. Benedict, 1. Mendon, St. Joseph co., Mich., 1883, Three 
Rivers 1887. 

9971 De Lafayette 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 29, 1837, Piqua, 
d. St. Joseph co., Mich., Sept. 22, 1863, m. Huldah E. Benedict. 
9972 Henry Harrison 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 29, 1839, Piqua, d. 
St. Joseph co., Mich., Nov. 8, 1856, unm. 

9973 Sarah Ann 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 4, 1841, Piqua, m. 
Lake Port, St. Clair co., Mich., Dec. 10, 1862, Dr. Iram White-, 
head Willard, b. Alexander, N. Y., May 9, 1840, s. Alonzo and 
Samantha (Starkweather), 1. Benton Harbor, Mich., physician. 
Ch. : Bruce Edward* Willard, b. May 29, 1864, Bronson, Mich. ; 
Vernon Ellsworth* Willard, Sept. 2, 1867, Morenci, Mich.; Carrie 
Bell* Willard, Aug. 24, 187 1, Hillsdale, Mich. ; Alta Sarah* Wil- 
lard, Jan. 27, 1 881, Benton H. 

9974 Lydia Ellen 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 22, 1843, Piqua, 
m. George II. Benedict, 1. Leonidas. 

9975 Frances Marion" Cleveland, b. Oct. 11, 1845, Not- 
tawa, started, 1866, for California, not since heard from. 

9976 Jackson Alexander 8 Cleveland, b. May io, 1847, 
Nottawa, m. Warsaw, Kosciusko co., Ind., Alice Avery, 1. Cali- 
fornia. 

4237. 

JOSEPH 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamine), d. Cross Plains, Dane 
co., Wis., Aug. 23, 1854, 28, 1855, a. 48, m. Crossingville, Craw- 
ford co., Pa., Dec. 14, 1829, Deborah Harned, b. Venango (now 
Crossingv.), Crawford co., Pa., Jan. 2, 181 2, da. David Gideon 
and Ann (Perkins). This pioneer rem. from the woods of Pa. 
to Mich, when the country was new, worked 8 years, and moved 
to Middleton Prairie, Wis., entirely new ; raised a large and 
useful family. There were no schools at first; all toiled hard. 
Mrs. Deborah Cleveland, res. Eau Claire, Eau Claire co., Wis., 
1882. Ch. : 

+9977 Jonathan Cyril 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 14, 1831, Cos- 
awauga, Crawford co., Pa. 

+9978 Seth Cooper 8 , b. Aug. 14, 1832, Cosawauga. 

+9979 Arnold 8 , b. June 13, 1834, Cosawauga. 

+9980 Benjamin 8 , b. Dec. 12, 1836, Crossingville. 
9981 Charles David 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 12, 1839, Cos- 
awauga, d. Clarendon, Monroe co., Ark., July 11, 1862, unm., 
private Co. G, nth Wis. 

+9982 Dorcas Esther 8 , b. June 14, 1842, St. Joseph co.,. 
Mich. 

9983 Lydia Ann 8 Cleveland, b. June 24, 1846, St. J. co., 
m. Arena, Iowa co., Wis., Oct. 8, 1866, John Parker Lees, b. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1243 



Madly, Shropshire, Eng., Jan. 13, 1843, as. John and Anna (Par- 
ker), 1., 1882, Sioux Creek, Barron co., Wis.; 1883 Shetek, Barron 
co., Wis., farmer, s. p. 

-(-9984 Gideon Harned 8 , b. May 4, 1848, Middletown. 
9985 Margaret Leticia 8 Cleveland, b. June 20, 1851, 
Cross P., m. 1st Prentiss Goldtha. She m. 2d N. L. Fischer. 
She m. 3d, Eau Claire, Wis., Dec. 25, 1878, Silas J. Wright, 1. 
Eau Claire. Ch. by 1st m. : Daughter* Goldtha. By 3d m. : Les- 
ley David* Wright, b. Nov. 17, 1879. 

-j-9986 Joseph 8 , b. Dec. 31, 1853, Cross Plains, Wis. 

4239. 

BENJAMIN 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin), m. 1st, Perkins tp., 
Erie tp., O., spring of 1836, Cynthia Melvina 7 Cleveland 

-f-3123 (john«, Joseph^, Josiah*, Aarons, Aaron=), divorced. (She m. 2d 

Reuben Olney.) He m. 2d Centerville, St. Joseph co., Mich., 
1843, Mathilda Hayden, b. Mentor, O., Apr. 4, 1819, da. John 
and Lois from Vt. ; res. Sac City, Iowa, 1883, farmer; 1st m. s. p. 
Ch. by 2d m. : Lois*, b. Feb. 17, 1844, d. 1845. 9987 Christopher 
Columbus 8 , b. Oct. 13, 1845, m. Catharine Nowlen or Nowlaw of , 
111., 1. Sac co., la; 9988 Susan Emery 8 , b. Oct. 6, 1847, m. J. A. 
Neal from 111., 1. Sac co., la. 9989 Electa Mahala 8 , b. Sept. 
16, 1849, m. W. S. Lyons from Ky., 1. Sac co., la. 9990 Benja- 
min Franklin 8 , b. Oct. 21, 1.851, m. Olive Dawson from Wis., 1. 
Sac co., la. 9991 Elijah Volna or Volney 8 Cleveland, b. 
Apr. 9, 1862, unm., 1. Sac co., la. 

4241. 

• PER SIS' CLEVELAND (Benjamin*), d. in Iowa, m. Alexan- 
der Still well. Ch. : Alton* Stillwell ; Wealthy* Stillwell ; Emily* 
Stillwell ; Charles Cleveland* Stillwell. 9992 Dora* Stillwell, m. 

4242. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamine), m. 
Mary Rogers ; dwelt Perry, Livingston co., N. Y. ; res. 1883 
Dunlap, la. Ch. : .9993-5 Caroline 8 ; Josephine 9 ; William 8 
Cleveland. 

4243. 

GILBERT MOSHEM MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE 7 
CLEVELAND (Benjamin*), m. Middletown, Wis., May 15, 1857, 
Hannah Cox, b. Eng., July 13, 1829, da. Geoffrey or Jeffrey, and 
Susannah (Palmer); res., 1882, Knoxville, la. Ch. : 9996 Shem 8 
Cleveland, b. Feb. 9, 1858, m. Franklin, Lee co., la., June 25, 
1879, Sarah Emma Steele, b. Jefferson co., Pa., 1. Franklin. 

9997-10005 Gaius Fayette 8 , Nov. 12, i860; Capitola 8 , b. 
Oct. 13, 1862, d. Nov. 1, 1864; Talcott Easton", Oct. 23, 1863; 
Andrew Jay 8 , Feb. 5, 1866; Frederick 8 , Feb. 9, 1869; Stephen 
Edwin 8 , July 28, 1870 ; Benjamin 8 , June 24, 1872 ; Charles Mel- 
vin 8 , Nov. 10, 1874; Owen Gilbert 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 29, 1876. 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



4244. 



CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS 7 CLEVELAND (Benjamin'), 
m. Melissa King, res. 1883, Hawk Eye, Dixon co., Neb. Ch.: 

10006-10 Fanny 8 , m., ch.: 3; Melvin 8 , m., ch.: 3; Mer- 
vin 8 , m., ch.: 1 living, 2 dead; Marion 8 , m., ch.: 3; Myron 8 ; 
Alma 8 ; Morris 8 Cleveland. " 

4245. 

GLAZIER WHEELER 7 CLEVELAND (E P hraim«, Joseph*, 

Ephraim*, Joseph', Samuel', Moses"), d. Naples, N. Y., June 6, 1874, a. 59, 

m. N., May 8, 1842, Mrs. Julianna (Sparks) Blodgett, b. N. Y., d. 
Bristol, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1853, wid. Isaac Blodgett, da. John and 
Charlotte Julia Annette. Ch. b. Hunts Hollow, Ontario co., N.Y.: 

10013 Lovina 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 8, 1843, m. Gurdon C. 
Lampkins, 1. 1883, Laingsburgh, Shiawassee co., Mich. Ch.: 
Charles 9 Lampkins ; Elmer 9 Lampkins ; Nettie 9 Lampkins ; Henry 9 
Lampkins; Lydia Anna 9 Lampkins. 

10014 Sarin a 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 8, 1843, m. Sylvester 
Wheeler, 1. Bristol. Ch.: Bailie 9 Wheeler; Mabel 9 Wheeler; Rol- 
lin 9 Wheeler. 

10015 Elizabeth Jane 8 Cleveland, b. May 27, 1845, VDl - 
William Dennis, res. 1884, Canada. Ch.: Dau. 9 

10016 Persis Annie 6 Cleveland, born May 29, 1847, m. 
Naples, Nov. 16, 1867, Charles Ellis Smith, b. N., Aug. 26, 1842, 
s. Ezra and Mary (Ross), 1. Rock Glen, Wyoming co., N. Y. 
Ch.: Da 9 , b. and d. July 24, 1869 ; Da 9 , b. and d. Mar. 15, 1871. 
Lydia Maria 8 , b. May 14, 1849, d. 185 1. Son 8 , b. and d. June, 
185 1. 

4246. 

JOSEPH HUBBARD 7 CLEVELAND (Ephraim*), d. Naples, 
N. Y., Jan. 25, 1875, a. 58, m. June 8, 1842, Mathilda A. Griggs, 
born Conesus, N. Y., Sept. 2, 1826, da. Salmon and Roxanna 
(May). Ch.: 

-f-10017 Salmon Lewis 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 25, 1844. 

10018 Roxy Anna 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 17, 1846, m. Mar. 
4, 1879, John Ward Jones. 

4249. 

CHARLES GILES 7 CLEVELAND (E P hraim«), m. 1st, Dec. 
30, 1844, Lucy Johnson, b. Richmond, N. Y., May 18, 1822, died 
Naples, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1863, da. William and Rebecca .(Wash- 
burn). He m. 2d, Dec. 4, 1864, Louisa Phidella Rathbun, born 
Almond, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1839, da. Joseph and Sally (French), 
res. 1883, Gulick, Ontario co., N. Y. Ch. by 1st m.: 

10019 Isabel 8 Cleveland, born June 14, 1846, m. Oct. r, 
1862, Fred Ostrander. Ch.: Sarah 9 Ostrander ; Fred 9 Ostrander. 

+ 10020 Charles 6 Cleveland, b. May 26, 1848. 

10021 Sarah Rebecca 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 24, 1850, m. 
Sept. 10, 1872, Edward Tucker. Ch.: 4. 

10022 Judith Esther 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 16, 1852, m. 
Rochester, Oakland co., Mich., Sept. 4, 1875, John H. Smith, 
rem. to Churchill, Ogemaw co., Mich. Ch.: 3. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1245 



10023 Evert Ostrander 6 Cleveland, b. Dec. 19, 1858, 
untn., 1. home, 1883. By 2d m.: 

10024-5 Mary Ann 8 Cleveland, b. June 15, 1868; Wil- 
liam Henry 8 Cleveland, Dec. 23, 1869. 

4251. 

HENRY ELIJAH' CLEVELAND (Elijah', Elijah*, Ephraim*, 

Joseph", Samuel", Mosesi), m. New Salem, Franklin co., Mass., Aug. 
26, 1846, Abigail Bond Holden, b. New Salem, Jan. 13, 1827, d. 
Southfield, Richmond co., S. I., N. Y., July 13, 1886, a da. Josiah 
Bond and Cynthia (Thompson). Ch. b. Southfield: 

10026 Henry Lamartine 8 Cleveland, b. June 5, 1856, m. 
Southfield, June 20, 1879, Alice Maud Bulen, b. New York city, 
Aug. 25, i860, d. Stapleton, Richmond co., N. Y., Nov. 10, 1889, 
da. George and Alice (Burdell), res. Stapleton, 1885-97. Super- 
intendent "Pride Electric Light co. of N. Y., electrician in N. Y. 
city, 1890-7. Child 9 , d. at birth, Nov., 1889. 

10027 George Buckingham 8 , b. Sept. 28, 1864, d. South- 
field, Aug. 2, 1867. 

Henry Elijah 7 Cleveland, residence still at Clifton, Staple- 
ton. From 1848 has been principal of public school No. 1, 
Southfield. 

4252. 

ALBERT ALVIN 7 CLEVELAND (Elijah', Elijah*, Ephraim«, 

Joseph', Samuels, Mosesi), b. Hardwick, Mass.,. Nov. 15, 1821, d. Barre, 
Mass., Sept. 27, 1896, m. Hardwick, Mar. 28, 1847, Mary Julia* 

Darte -(-10462 {Betsey Hamblin 1 Shepard, Polly 9 Hamblin, Rachel 8 , Benjamin*, 
Joseph 9 , Samuel 2 , Moses 1 ). Ch. : 

+ 10028 Wilson Albert 8 -9 Cleveland, born May 18, 1848, 
Hardwick. 

+10029 'Vernet Elijah 8 ^ Cleveland, born Oct. 12, 1857, 
Barre. 

+ 10030 Louella Julia 8 *9 Cleveland, b. June 9, 1867, Barre. 

Albert Alvin 7 Cleveland lived at Hardwick until 1852, 
and was a resident of Barre the remainder of his life, where he 
owned and operated a large farm, and dealt extensively in cat- 
tle. He was widely known and greatly esteemed in the com- 
munity, frequently was called on to serve as juror in the county 
court, and as executor of estates, and his advice was sought for 
in matters of importance. Mrs. Mary Julia* {Darte) Cleveland, 
residence, Worcester, Mass., 1897. 

4253. 

EPHRAIM MARSH 7 CLEVELAND (Elijah^, Elijah*, Ephraim*. 
Joseph 9 , Samuel 2 , Moses'), m . ist, Hardwick, Mass., Apr. 26, 1848, An- 
geline Cynthia Holden, b. New Salem, Mass., d. Warren, Mass., 
Oct., 1857, a da. of Josiah Bond and Cynthia (Thompson). He 
m. 2d, Julia Alden. He m. 3d, (Columbus, Burlington co., N. J., 
Jan. 1, 1874,) Louisa Haviland, b. C. June 14, 1845. Ch. by 1st 
m.: 

+ 10031 Alice Genelia 8 Cleveland, b. July 27, 1850, New 
Salem. 

10032 Angeline Gena 8 Cleveland, b. June 5, 1853, South- 



!246 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

field, S. I., N. Y., m. Henry Everett. Of Los Angeles, Cal., 
1893-7, builder. Ch.: 6, Gena* Everett ; Son 3 . Geo. Ephraim 
Elijah 8 , b. Sept. 16, 1855, Southf., died. Warren, Mass., Mar. 18, 
1857. By 3d m.: 

10033-6 Ellis Ephraim 8 Cleveland, born Nov. 24, 1874, 
Southf., unm., of San Miguel, San Francisco co., Cal., printer ; 
Emilie Louisa 9 , Oct. 12, 1876, Mount Holly, Burlington co. N. J.; 
Mae Marsh 8 , Mar. 29, 1879, Academia, Juniata co., Pa.; Inez 
Lucia 8 Cleveland, Sept. 8, 1883, Cawker City, Mitchell co., Kan. 
Dr. Ephraim Marsh 7 Cleveland, preceptor and practising 
physician ; was a member of class of 1850, Amherst college, 
sophomore and junior years ; studied medicine in Philadelphia, 
Pa., 1857-8. Resided at Hard wick to 1847 ; principal of school, 
Richmond, N. Y., 1850-2, of Quaboag Acad., Warren, 1855-7, of 
Female Seminary, Berlin, Worcester co., Md., 1862-4; of Tus- 
carora Acad., Academia, 1877-9 ! practised medicine Cawker 
City, 1879-84 ; principal of Academy, Downey, Los Angeles co., 
Cal., 1884-6. Residence 1893-7, El Modena, Orange^ co., Cal; 
San Miguel. Was a Delegate from El Modena to National Re- 
publican Convention at Minneapolis, Minn., June, 1892. 

4254. 

LUCIA CAROLINE 7 CLEVELAND (Elijah), m. Hard- 
wick, Mass., Apr. 1, 1845, Eli Warner, b. New Braintree, Mass,, 
about 1818, d. Norwalk, Los Angeles co., Cal., July 28, 1890, a. 
72, s. Daniel and Lavinia (Joslin). Res., Norwalk, farmer. Ch, 
b. New Braintree : 

10037 Virgil Eli* Warner, b. June 30, 1846, d. Petersburg, 
Va., 1864, soldier in Civil War, N. Y. regt. ' 

10038 Lucia Viola* Warner, b. Mar. 14, 1848, d. Los 
Angeles, Cal., Apr. 27, 1897, m. Cawker City, Kan., James- 
Spears. Still of Norwalk, 1897. Ch., 2 : May* Spears. 

10039 Lucy Venelia* Warner, b. June 17, 1850, d. Norwalk, 
1890, m. Cawker C, Nov. 8, 1877, William Henry Ivins, b. N. Y. 
city, s. John and Mary Isabella (Downing). Of Ranchito, Los 
Angeles co., Cal., 1889, Norwalk, 1890-7, builder. Ch. : William 
Downing 9 Ivins, b. Mar. 1, d. Apr. 8, 1879; Alice Isabel* Ivins, b. 
Sept. 21, 1 88 1 ; Roy Francis Vestine* Ivins, Dec. 20, 1884. 

10040 Lura Velma 8 Warner, b. Aug. 2, 1852, m. Cawker 
City, Leander Bell, b. North Brookfield, Mass., 1845, d. Santa 
Ana (formerly Los Angeles co.), Orange co., Cal., May 25, 1896, 
a. 51. Res., Santa A. Ch. : Charles Leander* Bell, b. July 27, 
1880, d. Santa Ana, Mar. 26, 1889; Herbert* Bell. 

10041 Vestene Elijah* Warner, b. Feb. 25, 1857, m. Artesia, 
Cal., Addie Decker, 1. Norwalk, s. p. 

4256. 

SARAH MARY MARSH 7 CLEVELAND (Eiijahe), d. Hard- 
wick, Mass., Mar. 5, 1858, a. 30, m. H., July 14, 1849, as 1st w., 
Franklin Orange Warner, b. New Braintree, Mass., a s. Royal. 
(He m. 2d, Luthera Julia' Cleveland +4260), of Hard wick, 
farmer. Ch. : 

10042 Arabella* Warner, b. N. Braintree, m. Alpheus- 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



I247 



Austin 7 Cleveland +4279. 10043-4 Alfalettcf, b. ab. 1851, d. 
N; Braintree, 1868, a. 17. Oramel Franklin*, d. ab. 1875. 

4259. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON 7 CLEVELAND (Elijah'), m. 
Nashua, N. H., Sept. 28, 1865, Ann Elizabeth Holden, b. New 
Salem, Mass., Sept. 7, 1838, a da. Josiah Bond and Cynthia 
(Thompson), res., 1883-97, Stapleton, Southfield, N. Y., builder. 
Ch. b. New Salem : Maud Angeline, b. Mar. 23, 1866, d. New 
Salem, Oct. 11, 1877. 

10045 Grace Abby 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 8, 1868, unm., 
1897. 

10046 Edith Alice 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 11, 1869, unm. 
-{-10047 Ralph Warren 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 10, 1873. 

10048 Paul Henry 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 9, 1876, unm.,. 
res., Southfield, electrician in New York, N. Y. 

4260. 

LUTHERA JULIA 7 CLEVELAND (Elijah'), m. as 2d w.,. 
Franklin Orange Warner. (He m. 1st, Sarah Mary Marsh 7 
Cleveland +4256). Of Hardwick Furnace, Mass., 1883, Los- 
Angeles, Cal., since (1893). Farmer. Ch. : Alton' Warner, b. 
ab. 1865., unm., res., n. Los A. : Mary Josephine* Warner, b. ab. 
1868, unm. 

4262. 

PORTER CALVIN 7 CLEVELAND (Royal", Elijah', Ephraim*, 

Joseph^, Samuel*, Moses*), m. ist, Barre, Mass., Nov. ii, 1845, Arman- 
ella Maria Hinkley, b. B., Mar. 15, 182 1, d. Hardwick, Mass., 
Mar. 15, 1866, da. Timothy and Roxanna (Bangs). He m. 2d, 
Greenfield, Mass., Nov. 1, 1866, Mrs. Ellen Maria (Loring) 
Howe of Barre, b. Petersham, Mass., Mar. 27, 1841, da. William 
Willard and Eliza (Bowker). Of Petersham, 1871-96, Barre, 
1896-7, farmer, ist m., s. p. Ch. by 2d m. : 10049 Julian Por- 
ter 8 Cleveland, ' b. Sept. 23, 1868, of Providence, R. I., R. R. 
man. Infant 8 , lived 1 hour. 

4263. 

WILLARD 7 CLEVELAND (Royai«), m. Warwick, Mass., 
May 28, 1857, Mary Lucy Cook, b. Holliston, Mass., Jan. 3, 1833, 
da. Asahel and Emeline Melissa (Field). Of Hardwick, Mass., 
to 1867, Old Furnace, Mass., 1867-97, farmer. Ch. b. Hardwick; 

+ 10050 Henry Willard 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 6, 1859. 

-f-10051 Elliott Edward 6 Cleveland, b. June 17, 1861. 

10052 Mary Anna 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 12, 1865, unm. 

10053 Carrie Maria 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 3, 1867, unm. 
-(-10054 Royal Cook 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 17, 1871. 

4265. 

SARAH MARIA 7 CLEVELAND (Royai«), m. Ware, Mass., 
Feb. 13, 1850, William N. Gore, b. Charlton, Mass., Feb. 16, 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



1829, d. Petersham, Mass., 1872-3, s. John and Ann (Carpenter). 
Of Chicopee, Mass., farmer. She res. Springfield, Mass., 1897. 
Ch. : 

10055 Elmira Lunette* Gore, b. Nov. 14, 1852, m. Dana, 
Mass., Apr. 14, 1873, Eugene E. Hicks, b. Barnet, Vt, July 21, 
s. Benjamin and Betsey E. (Chamberlain), s. p. 

10056 William Willard* Gore, b. July 26, 1854, m. Hat- 
field, Mass., Nov. 26, 1879, Julia A. Dickinson, b. Williamsburg, 
Mass. Ch. : Ruble Dickinson 3 Gore, b. Feb. 14, 1880, Hatfield. 
George Henry* Gore, Apr. 6, 1856 ; Almon Cleveland* Gore, May 5, 
1858, of Springfield, blacksmith, m. ; Evart Edward* Gore, May 
28, i860 ; Charles Clarence* Gore, Nov. 22, 1862 ; Nellie Maria* 
Gore, Dec. 26, 1867, d. Springfield ab. 1890 ; Royal Webster* Gore. 
Mar. 30, 1 87 1. 

4266. 

ELMIRA NYE T CLEVELAND (Royai»), m. 1st, Hardwick, 
Mass., Jan. 20, 1853, William Warren 7 Cleveland +4257 
(Elijah", Elijah 6 , &c), he d. H., Jan. 5, 1862, a. 31. She m. 2d, Jacob 
Nichols, of Athol, Mass., 1883. Ch. by 1st m. : Warren Web- 
ster 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 9, d. Dec. 10, 1853. 10057 Julia Eva 8 
Cleveland, b. Jan. 1, 1861, m., of Athol, 1893. Ch. b. 1892. 
By 2d m. : 10058 Eda Bell* Nichols, b. Mar., 1872, d. A., May, 
1892 ; Walter Jacob* Nichols, b. Jan. 2, d. Hardwick, Apr. 16, 1876. 

4267. 

Lorenzo 1 Barnes (Poii y «, Elijah 6 ), m., of Oakham, Mass., 
1884. Ch. : 10059 Mary* Barnes m. John Peirce. Of Oakham. 
Ch. : 3. 

4270. 

JASON WELCOME 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph 6 , Elijah 6 , Eph.*, jo.3, 
sam. 2, Moses*), m. Hardwick, Mass., Jan. 24, 1842, Lucy Harriet 
Smith, b. H., Oct. 7, 1827, da. Oliver Blood and Mary (Stowell). 
Separated. She res., 1884, Athol, Mass. ; he 1. Leicester, Mass., 
1883-97, builder. Ch. : 10060 Welcome Jason 8 Cleveland, b. 
Feb. 16, 1844, Barre, Mass., d. in the army, Apr. 24, 1863, Mass. 
reg. 

+ 10061 George Henry 7 Cleveland, b. Oct. 29, 1847, Athol, 
Mass. 

+ 10062 Edwin Otis' Cleveland, b. May 5, 1849, Phillips- 
ton, Worcester co., Mass. 

+10063 , Clarence Oscello 8 Cleveland, b. June 15, 1856, 
Petersham, Mass. Emma Harriet 8 , b. Aug. 16, 1851, Temple- 
ton, Mass., d. Aug. 1, 1855. 

10064 Arthur Curren 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 13, 1857, 
Peters., was killed on the cars., Oct. 24, 1881, m. Athol, Feb. 23, 
1878, Mary Elizabeth Allen; brakeman. Ernest Herbert, b. 
Apr. 15, 1864, Athol, d. Jan. 21, 1867. 

4271. 

. JOSEPH ANDREW 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph 6 ), d. Coldbrook, 
Mass., Jan. 16, 1883, a. 57, m. Barre, Mass., Nov. 27, 1846, Mary 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1249 



Elizabeth Chamberlain, b. B., Dec. 30, 1827, d. Worcester, Mass., 
ab. 1894, a da. George Ricks and Mary Ann (Hastings). Cotton 
manufacturer of Coldbrook. Ch. : 

+ 10065 Joseph Anson 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 30, 1847, Hard- 
wick, Mass. 10066 George Lafayette 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 
27, 1848, H., is in U. S. regular army, enlisted June 17, 1876, 
never returned, whereabouts unknown. 

-f-10067 Charles Laforest 8 -Cleveland, b. Feb. 28, 1850, 
H. 10068 Oren Adolphus 8 , b. July 30, 1852, unm., 1883, 1. Hub- 
bardston, Worcester co., Mass., joiner. 

4-1006.9 Edgar Josiah 8 Cleveland, b. May 2, 1854. 

10070 Elizabeth Charlotte 8 Cleveland,^ July 9, 1856,. 
m. July 22, 1875, Floyd Rogene Parker, 1. Coldb., mechanic. 
Ch. : Virgil Rogene* Parker, Sept. 30, 1876 ; Mary Adell* Parker, 
Aug. 30, 1880. 1007 1 Nellie Amanda 6 , b. Aug. 6, 1857, d. 
Smithville, Worcester co., Mass., July 10, 1872, unm. ; Willie 
. Herbert 8 , b. May 20, 1859, d. Nov. 18, 1876, unm. ; Jennie 
Augusta 8 , b. July 2, d. 4, 1861 ; Alfred Henry 8 , b. June 9, 
1862, d. Mar. 2, 1863. 10072 Frederick Eugene" Cleveland, 
.b. Apr. 9, 1864, m. Nov. 5, 1883, Cora Estella Putnam, 1. Sun- 
cook, Merrimack co., N. H., farmer. 10073 Chester Julius 8 , b. 
Dec. 1, 1866. 

4272. 

HENRY LUTHER 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph-), m. Sutton, 
Mass., Oct. 23, 1851, Amanda Keith, b. S. Sept. 6, 1831, da. Sim- 
eon and Nancy (Dodge), of Leicester, Mass., 1884, tanner. Ch.: 
Son 8 , b. 1853, d. same day. 

+ 10074 Charles Henry 6 Cleveland, b. Feb. 9, 1855. 

10075 Horace Fremont 8 , b. Aug. 2, 1856, m. L. Feb. 27, 
1 88 1, Mrs. Lavinia A vesta (Gould) Kimball, b. Southbridge, 
Mass., July 3, 1846, wid. Joel Kimball, da. Joseph Henry and 
Sally (Trask), of Worcester, Mass., to 1888-9; rem - to N - Y - cit y 
1889; clothier. Simeon Leroy 8 , b. July 25, 1859, d. Feb. 23, 1861. 

4273. 

Elbridge Cutler' afterward Charles Cutler 7 Cleveland 
(Joseph^, Elijah^, Eph.-*, jo.a, Sam.s), & Barre, Mass., Feb. 22, 1885, a. 63, 
m. Worcester, Mass., 1855, Eliza Maria Lovell, b. W. Oct. 19, 
1832, da. John Temple and Narcissa (Brown). Dwelt Worces- 
ter to 1868, af. at Barre Plains, Worcester co., Mass., where he 
owned a large farm. Ch. b. Worcester: 10076 Charles Harry, 8 
Jan. 7, 1857, unm., 1884. Mason [a Charles H. Cleaveland, Wor- 
cester, 1883, constable 1889]. 

10077 Alice Gertrude 8 Cleveland, b. May 5, 1863, m. 
Barre, Oct. 15, 1883, Fred James Harwood, b. B. Aug. 3, 1859, s. 
■ Leartder and Pasca (Newcomb), of North Abington, Plymouth 
co., Mass., merchant. 

4274. 

FREDERICK MORTIMER 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Elijah, 

Ephraim*, Joseph*, Samuels, Mosesi), d. at Hardwick, MaSS., Dec. 9, 

1876, a. 41, m. H., May 4, 1864, Helen Jane Barnes, b. H. Mar. n, 
1843, a da. of William Sumner and Lucinda Howe (Cummings, 
d. H. Apr., 1 881). (She m. 2d, see below). Children b. H. 
79 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



-(-10078 Eugene Sumner 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 31, 1865. 
-j- 10079 Leslie Linwood 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 10, 187 1. 

10080 Heber Howe 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 3, 1872, unm. 
1897. Grad. Cushing Acad., Ashburnham, Mass., 1891. Was 2 
years, 1894-5, at Williams coll., Williamstown, Mass., is taking - 
medical course (ent. fall of 1895) at Harvard Univ., Cambridge, 
Mass. 

10081 Ernest Elgin 8 Cleveland,^ July 23, 1876, unm.; a 
student from Somerville, Mass., High School ; attending (ent. fall 
of 1896) Mass., Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass., 1896-7. 

Frederick Mortimer 7 Cleveland, residence Hardwick (ex- 
cept 3 years in Barre, Mass.), school teacher and farmer. 

Mrs. Helen Jane (Barnes) Cleveland, m. 2d, Greenwich, Mass., 
Oct. 19, 1880, Hervey Walker King, of G., b. Hardwick, Aug. 
16, 1852, a s. John and Mary (Richardson). Residence, Sdmer- 
ville, Mass., 1897, supt. in city street dept. Ch.: Maude Helen 
King, b. May 13, 1882, Athol, Mass. 

4275. 

ALVIN ALBERT' CLEVELAND (Joseph-), m. 1st, Barre; 
Mass., Dec. 22, 1858, Mary Jane Lowe, b. B. June 13, 1836, d. B. 
Apr. 28, 1878, da. George C. and Charlotte (Adams). He m. 2d, 
B. Aug. 25, 1879, Mrs. Mary (Bennett) Stone, b. Hubbardston, 
Mass., Oct. 26, 1844, wid. Albert Milton Stone, da. Addison and 
Mary Ann (Gill), 1. Barre 1884, farmer. 1st m., s. p. Ch. by 2d 
m.: 10082 Grace Miriam 8 Cleveland, b. June 13, 1882, Hubb. 

4277. 

DWIGHT SEYMOUR 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*), m. Vernon, 
Vt., June 26, 1861, Sarah Jane Atwood, b. Hardwick, Mass., 
June 29, 1845, da. Simeon Nye and Prudence (Haskins), res. 
1884-97 Baldwinsville, Worcester co., Mass., expressman. En- 
listed June 30, 1862, Co. K, 34th Mass. V., in 19 battles, twice 
wounded, honorably discharged July 12, 1865. Ch., some are m.: 
Arletta Roana 8 , b. Nov. 25, 1862, Hardw., d. H. Mar. 4, 1863. 
10083-8 Leveret Dwight 8 Cleveland, b. July 16, 1866, H.; Gil- 
man Leroy 8 Cleveland, Mar. 24, 1868, Barre ; Nelson Allen* 
Cleveland, Mar. 27, 1870, B. ; Perley Alvin 8 , Nov. 2, 1872, 
Templeton, Mass. ; Lottie Prudence 8 , Dec. 24, 1875, T. ; Al- 
bert Spencer 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 10, 1879, Baldwinsville, d. 
there July 28, 1880. 

4278., 

FRANKLIN HERBERT 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*), m. Hub- 
bardstown, Mass., June ir, 1870, Ida Maria Lamb, b. Barre, 
Mass., Sept. 20, 1853, da. James Stone and Elvira (Atwood), res. 
Otter River, Worcester co., Mass., 1884, Baldwinsville, Mass., 1897, 
expressman; mustered July 22, 1864, 42d Mass. Inf. for 100 days, 
disch. Nov. n, 1864. Ch.: 10089-90 Minnie Ida 8 Cleveland, b. 
Apr. 6, 1873 ; Herbert Frank 8 , Jan. 5, 1877. 

4279. 

ALPHEUS AUSTIN 7 CLEVELAND (Joseph*, Elijah*, E P h.«, jo *, 

Sam. s ), m. Arabella* Warner -j- 10042 (Sarah Mary Marsh 7 , Elijah 8 , Elijah 6 ), 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



I2SI 



res. Norwalk, Cal., 1884-97, farmer. Ch.: Son 8 " 9 , d. in a few- 
weeks. IOO91-2 LlNDLAY ALPHEUS 8 " 9 CLEVELAND, m.; ALICE 8 " 9 

Cleveland, m.; Anna 8 " 9 Cleveland; Son 8 " . 

4280. 

LAWSON LYON 8 CLEVELAND (Calvin*, Elijah*, Ephraim*, Jo- 
sephs, samueia, Mosesi), m. Barre, Mass., Sept. 17, 185 1, Sarah Jane 
Chamberlain, b. B. June 24, 1835, a da. George Ricks and Mary- 
Ann (Hastings), of Fitchburg, Mass., 1894, New Hampshire 
1897. Ch.: 10093-6 Franklin Lawson 8 , b. July 18, 1852, d. Sept. 

6, 1876 ; George Freeman 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 4, 1857, unm., of 
Boston, Mass., hotel emp.; Harriet Jane 8 , b. July 18, 1865, d. 
Nov. ir, 1883 ; Nellie 8 Cleveland, b. May 26, 187 1, m. Mr. Cur- 
tis of Boston, shoe mfr. 

4281. 

PHEBE JANE 7 CLEVELAND (Calvin*), m. New Braintree, 
Mass., Oct. 30, 1855, James Matthew Stone, b. N. B. Feb. 11, 1830, 
s. James and Matilda (Barr), 1. 1884 Binghamton, N. Y. } mfr. of 
boots and shoes. Ch. b. N. Brookfield, Mass.: 

10097 Herbert Everett* Stone, b. Oct. 13, 1856, m. Apr. 7, 
1880, Miss Ella Mitchell of Elmira, N.Y. Ch.: Florence F.° Stone, 
b. Jan. 8, 1871; Ella Mitchell* Stone, Sept. 17, 1882. 

10098 Carrie Jane* Stone, b. Dec. 14, 1857, m. Apr. 6, 1882, 
Charles C. Jackson of Bingh., s. p. 

4282. 

URIAH EATON 7 CLEVELAND (caivin«), m. New Brain- 
tree, Mass., Sept. 14, 1853, Lydia Ann Little, b. Barre, Mass., 
July 2, 1832, da. William Robert and Betsey (James), res. 1879- 
91 Fitchburg, Mass., dealer in vehicles, palmleaf, &c, 1884 ; 
clothing 1891. Ch.: Edgar Eugene 8 , b. June 24, 1855, d. Aug. 

7, 1858 ; 10099 Eddie Eugene 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 18, i860, 
clerk Fitchb. 1891, res. home. 

4286. 

SYLVESTER SMITH 7 CLEVELAND-(Alvin«, Elijah*, EphrainU, 

Joseph^, Samuel, Moses"), m. W. Brookfield, Mass., Dec. 2, 1863, An- 
toinette Ophelia Sears, b. Greenwich, Mass., May 8, 1844, da. 
Turner and Mary Eliza (Marcy). Ch. b. Greenwich : 
-|-ioioo Herbert Carlos 8 Cleveland, b. Nov. 17, 1865. 

10101 Winnifred May 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 12, 1873, unm. 
Sylvester Smith 7 Cleveland resided in Greenwich Village, 
Hampshire co., Mass., to 1883, and since at Athol, Mass., 1897, 
farmer. 

Sayers, Sears ancestry : — i arms : Sayre ; S : Sayer (At a very early period of 
Essex, Eng., Kent co.) Gu. chev. ar. betw. 3 pewits. Crest — Dexter arm in armour, 
grasping griffin's head. . . . John Sayer of Colchester, Eng., d. 1509, m. Elizabeth. 
. . . Richard 1 Sares came-i63o, taxed in Plymouth Col., Mar. 25, 1633, Marblehead 1637, 
d. Yarmouth, P. C, Aug. 26, 1676, m. Dorothy ; Silas 2 b. 1639, rep., m. Anna (per. Bursall, 
da. James of Y.); Joseph 3 , m. Hannah Hall, of Y.; Roland 4 m. Mary Freeman, da. John 
and Mercy (Watson); Freeman 5 m. Mehitable Haskell, da. Andrew and Jane (Clark) ; 
Andrew Haskell 9 , m. 1st, Rachel Stetson ; Turner 7 Sears, m. Mary Eliza Marcy, da. 
Asahel and Persis (Burley).— Desc. of Richard Sares, By Samuel Pearce May, 1890, p. 451. 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



4289. 



Harriet JV. 7 Hill (Polly*, Ebenezer=, Ephraim*, Josephs, Samuel), d. 

Springfield, Mass., 1880-1, a. 65, m. Josiah Hemenway, b. Pres- 
cott, Mass., May 5, 181 2, d. Spring! Dec. 14, 1874, dwelt Spring- 
field. Ch.: Josiah Albun*, b. Feb. 15, d. Mar. 4, 1834. 10102-3 
Sarah Elizabeth* Hemenway, b. Sept. 7, 1835, m - Hill, 1. Springf.; 
ch.: Several* ; William White* Hemenway, b. Apr. 20, 1837 ; Josiah 
Newell*, July 26, 1839 ; Albun Cleveland* Hemenway, July 11, 1841. 

4290. 

HENRY WILDER 7 CLEVELAND (Asaph*, Ebenezer*, Ephraim*, 

Joseph 3 , Samuel", Moses*), m. Hardwick, Mass., Dec. 4, 1859, Almira 
Webber, b. Prescott, Mass., July 25, 1831. Of Hardwick 1882-3, 
farmer. Gh.: 10104 George Lyman 8 Cleveland, b. May 15, 
1863. William 8 , b. July 6, d. Sept., 1865. 

4291, 

JOSEPH LEWIS 7 CLEVELAND (Asaph*), d. Bennington, 
Vt, Oct. 16, 1872, a. 39, m. Warren, Mass., Mar. 2, 1861, Ambrey 
Day Morse, b. B. Sept. 27, 1838, da. Nelson and Ambrey Day 
(McElvaine). She 1. 1883 Bennington. Farmer. Ch.: Annie 
Ludiva 8 , b. Dec. 14, 1861, West Brookfield, Mass., d. Benning- 
ton Dec. 3, 1872. 10105-6 Shubal Albert 8 , b. June 9, 1864, E., 
d. June 4, 188c ; Miner Newman 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 2, 1872, B. 

4292. 

WILLIAM WARREN 7 CLEVELAND (Asa P h«), married at 
Three Rivers in Palmer, Mass., Feb. 24, 1 861, Martha Ann 
Kempton, b. P. Aug. 20, 1836, da. Mellen G. and Sarah (Tilling- 
hast). Dwelt Chicago, 111., during great fire ; Arlington Heights, 
Cook co., 111., to 1 881 ; Barrington, Palatine, Cook co., 111., 188 1-3, 
Chicago 1893, printer. Ch.: 10107-11 Lilian Frances 8 , b. Oct. 
24, 1862, Monson, Mass.; George Ernest 8 Cleveland, Nov. 10, 
1865, Waukegan, 111.; Sarah Viola 6 Cleveland, Feb. 12, 1868, 
Desplaines, 111.; Martha Jane 8 , Dec. 17, 1870, Chicago; Har- 
riet Minerva 8 , June 2, 1874, Main, 111.; Pearl Evelyn 8 , Apr. 1, 
1877, Wheeling, Cook co., 111.; Cora Genevieve 8 , b. Sept.n, 1879, 
Wh., d. May 9, 1882 ; Nettie May 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 11, 1883, 
Ela, 111. 

4294. 

SARAH GILBERT 7 CLEVELAND (Newcomb', Ebenezer», 

Ephraim*, Josephs, Samuel 3 ), m . Barre, Mass., Dec. 25, 1850, Chauncey 
Stone, b. Petersham, Mass., Sept. 26, 1827, s. Timothy and Polly 
(Williams). Dwelt Dana, Ware, Mass., 1878 ; Agawam, Mass., 
1883, farmer. Ch.: 10112 Edgar Francis* Stone, b. Dec. 7, 1851, 
Dana, drowned n. Springfield, Mass., Sept., 1884. 10113 Jennie^ 
Delia" Stone, b. Nov. 25, 1856, Peters., d. Athol, Mass., Feb. 28, 
1876, m. A. 1877, Charles Dean Babbitt. 

10114 Jason Edwin* Stone, b. July 30, 1 861, Peters., m., 1. 
Springfield, Child 9 , b. Aug., 1885. Henry Arthur* Stone, b. July 
12, 1867, Peters. 



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4295. 

SOPHRONIA JANE' CLEVELAND (Newcomb«), d. North- 
field, Mass., Nov. 13, 187 1, a. 39, m. Barre, Mass., Jan. 4, 1852, 
Seth Henry Doolittle of Winchester, N. H., b. Hinsdale May 3, 
1832, s. Seth and Minerva (Morse). Ch.: Oscar Henry*, b. Oct. 
11, 1852, d. Northfield Sept. 18, 1863. 

10115 Herbert Osroe* Doolittle, b. Oct. 11, 1852, m. Alma 
L. Caldwell, 1. 1883 Northf., joiner ; ch.: 2. Frank Oren*, b. Oct. 
18, 1854, d. N. Sept. 11, 1863. 

10 1 16 Adison Cleveland* Doolittle, b. July 4, 1856, m. Mary 
E. Chase, 1. Northf., farmer, s. p. 

10117 Eva Jennie* Doolittle, b. Oct. 5, 1859, m., as 2d w., 

Oliver C. Atherton (he m. 1st, ; ch.: 1), 1. Gill, Doney, Riv-. 

erside, Franklin co., Mass., farmer ; ch.: 1. 10118 Nettie Emma*, 
b. Sept. 29, 1864. 

4296. 

ALPHEUS ANGELL' CLEVELAND (Newcomb*, Ebenezer*, 

Bphraim*, Josephs, samuei=), m. 1st, Northbridge, Worcester co., Mass., 
Mar. 11, 1864, Adelaide Marian Dickinson of N., b. Ware, Mass., 
June 22, 1838, d. East Providence, Providence co., R. I., Mar. 26, 

1879, a da. Elijah and Rhoda (Bacon). He m. 2d, E. P., Sept. 7, 

1880, Ruth Sherman Wilcox, b. S. Kingston, R. I., Nov. 13, 1834, 
da. Sylvester H. and Amy (Sherman). Ch. by 1st m.: Mabel 
Wilson 8 , b. Mar. 22, 1868, Hampton, N. H., d. Dec. 15, 1869. 

10119 Grace Mabel 8 Cleveland,^ Aug. 25, 1872, East 
Rochester, Strafford co., N. H. 

Rev. Alpheus Angell 7 Cleveland entered the ministry of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1862 ; is a member of the 
Providence, R. I., Conference, and stationed 1 880-1 885 at East 
Providence; pastor of Faith Home, E.Providence, July, 1891-4. 

4297, 

THOMAS CONVERSE 7 CLEVELAND (Newcomb*), mar- 
ried New Braintree, Mass., Feb. 14, 1861, Louisa Forbes, b. N. 
B. Oct. 11, 1836, da. James and Jane (Green), res. 1885 Barre, 
Mass., farmer. Ch. b. Barre : 10120-2 Caroline Louise 8 Cleve- 
land, b. Oct. 2, 1862, unm. 1885 ; Minnie Maria 8 , Sept. 17, 1865, 
unm. ; John Thomas 8 Cleveland, Apr. 11,- 1867, unm., 1. Barre, 
farmer. 

4298. 

JULIA ANN 7 CLEVELAND (Newcomb*), m. Barre, Mass., 
Aug. 20, 1863, Rev. Freeman Pratt Tower, b. Eastford, Conn., 
Feb. 13, 1838, s. Charles and Sarah (Pratt). Ch.: Son*, b. and d. 
June. 20, 1864; Florence Hamilton*, b. Aug. 22, Saratoga, N. Y., 
d. S. Sept. 5, 1870. 10123 Olive Freeman* Tower, b. Mar. 19, 1872, 
Brooklyn, N: Y. 

Rev. Freeman Pratt Tower prepared for coll. at Ranson's School, Thompson, Conn., 
and Nichols' Acad., Dudley, Worcester co., Mass.; srad. Wesleyan Univ., Middletown, 
Conn., 1863 ; joined N. Y. East Conference of M. E. Church, 1863 ; has been pastor at 
Cheshire, Conn., 1863-5, Meriden 1866-8, Tabernacle church, Brooklyn, 1869-71, Sands St. 
church 1872-3, South Norwalk, Fairfield co., Conn., 1874, Alameda, Cal., 1875-6, Salem, 
Marion co., Ore., 1877-9. Since 1879 has been endowment agent of Williamette Univer- 
sity, Salem. During i88o-#i was also Presiding Elder of Portland District, Ore., Confer- 
ence ; res. Salem 1885. 



1254 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



4299. 



ELIZABETH LOVELL 7 CLEVELAND (Newcomb«), mar- 
ried Barre, Mass., Apr. 18, 1863, John Robinson of Athol, Mass., 
b. Nova Scotia, 1838, son William and Jane (Patterson), 1. Meri- 
den, Conn., to 1883, since at Fitchburg, Mass. Ch.: 10124 
Emma Florence* Robinson, b. Dec. 2, 1865, Barre ; Lewis Frank*, 
b. July 11, Leominster, Worcester co., Mass., d. Oct. 8, 1868; 
Frank Eugene*, b. Aug. 5, 1872, L.; Julia ZoiY Robinson, Sept. 29, 
1874, Athol. 

4300. 

JOSEPH GILBERT 7 CLEVELAND (Newcomb*, Ebenezer«, 

Ephraim*, Josephs, Samuel 5 , Mosesi), b. Warren, Mass., July 23, 1 846, un- 
married 1889. Prof. Joseph Gilbert 7 Cleveland has been prin- 
cipal of schools in different places in the U. S. For several 
years he was principal near New York city, and later principal 
of the public school at Salem, Ore. 

4301. 

WILLIAM HENRY 7 CLEVELAND (Newcomb«), married 
1st, Meriden, Conn., Aug. 5, 1868, Lurinda Almira Hotchkiss, b. 
Waterbury, Conn., July 11, 1848, a da. Ardin and Mary Ann 
(Holt). They were divorced 1883. He m. 2d, New Haven, 
Conn., Dec. 30, 1886, Mrs. Ida Delia (Hall) Ailing, b. West 
Haven, New Haven co., Conn., Oct. 31, i860, widow of Frank 
Clifford Ailing, da. Herbert Fernando and Abigail Jelina (Ty- 
ler). Ch. by 1st m.: 

10125 Bertrand Tower* Cleveland, b. June ^27, 1869, 
Wolcottville, Conn., was killed in the explosion of Sessions' fac- 
tory at Bristol, Conn., Nov. 22, 1888, unm. 

10126 Franchie Lilian 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 23, 1872, 
Naugatuck, Conn., unm. 1890, 1. Milford, Conn. 

Inez Grace 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 6, 1874, Thomas- 
ton, Conn., unm., 1. Fair Haven, New Haven co., Conn., with 
her mother. Ernest Newcomb 8 , b. Oct. 30, 1876, Bristol, died 
Fair H. Feb. 21, 1882. By 2d m.: Marguerite 8 Cleveland, b. 
Feb. 10, 1889, Bristol, Conn. 

William Henry 7 Cleveland res. 1876-1892 Bristol, merch. 

Ida Delia Hall m. 1st, New Haven, June 1, 1882, Frank Clif- 
ford Ailing, b. Allington, Conn., Nov., 1854, died Maquoketa, 
Jackson co., la., Aug. 7, 1886, s. Marshall E. and Annie (Fow- 
ler). Allington was named for his gr.-gr. -fa. Ch. : Bertha Viola 
Ailing, b. Mar. 17, 1883, New Haven. 

Hall ancestry : — Sidney 1 , of West Haven, 1800, m. Abigail Potter of Naugatuck; 
Herbert Fernando 2 Hall, m. Abigail Jelina Tyler. 

4302. 

I*edee TaylOT'' CoOley (Benjamin* Cooley, Persis 5 , Ephraim 4 , Joseph 3 , 

Samuel", Moses'), m. Lisbon, N. H., July 16, 1837, Rev. James Har- 
very Stevens, b. Aug. 10, 1811, d. Manchester, la., Mar. 2, 1888, 
s. Samuel and Ruth (Howe). Of Manchester, Methodist clergy- 
man; was ordained at Portsmouth, N. H. Ch. : Martha Ellen* 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1255 



Stevens, b. May 17, 1839, Tunbridge, Vt, d. Landgrove, Benning- 
ton co., Vt., Apr. 30, 1847, 10127; James Nelson* Stevens, b. Jan. 
30, 1842, Wilmington, Windham co., Vt., d. Beaufort, S. C, Nov. 
1, 1864, Eastman College graduate; Francis Asbury* Stevens, b. 
and d. Hartland, Vt., Jan. 28, 1844 ; John Wesley 11 Stevens, b. Mar. 
4, Landgrove, d. L. Oct. 30, 1847; Samuel Wesley* Stevens, b. and 
d. L. Mar. 4, 1847. 

4303. 

Ward Clark 1 Cooley {Benjamin* cooiey), d. Manchester, la., 
Oct. 6, 1865, a. 52, m. Lisbon, N. H., 1837, Sally Priest. Ch. : 
Hannah Priest* Cooley, of Mitchell, Davison co., S. D. (1896); 10128 
Rosetta* Cooley, d. bef. 1896, m. Sanford Mason ; Nelson Ward* 
Cooley of Oregon, farmer; Benjamin F* Cooley, d. bef. 1896; 
Mercy E. 9 Cooley, d. bef. 1896 ; Walter H 8 Cooley of Manchester, 
merchant ; Martha E. 9 Cooley, m. Frank. Johnston ; Mary Jane 9 
Cooley, d. bef. 1896 ; John C* Cooley of Cheyenne, Wy., bookkeeper. 

4305. 

Ithatnar 1 Cooley (Benjamin" cooiey), d. Dell Rapids, S. D., 

Feb. 15, 1894, a. 76, m. Landaff, N. H., Jan. 15, 1839, Sally 
Webster Snow, b. Landaff Nov. 6, 1820, da. John and Joanna 
(Adams). Of Manchester, la. (1886-96), farmer. Ch. : 

+ 10129 Amanda Jane* Cooley, b. Sept. 9, 1840, Landaff, N. H. 

Marietta* Cooley, b. Aug. 1, 1841, Landaff, m. Wilber 
Muckler. Of Dell Rapids, farmer. Pedee Stevens 9, Cooley, b. May 
20, 1843, Landaff, d. Bath, N. H., Sept. 26, i860. 

John -Adams* Cooley, b. May 20, 1845, Landaff, m. 
Mary Mitchell. Of Dell Rapids (1886-96), banker. Walter 
Harvey 9 , b. Aug. 23, 1845, Landaff, d. there Feb. 15, 1847. 

Emma Ann 9 Cooley, b. Dec. 24, 1846, Landaff, m. 
Joshua French. Of New Mexico, farmer. Ella Iona 9 , b. Oct. 30, 
1848, Lisbon, N. H., d. Manchester, June 20. 

Henry Alaska 9 Cooley, b. Mar. 2, 1852, Lisbon, m. 
Sarah Griffith. Of Manchester 1886, Dell Rapids 1896, farmer. 

Roscoe Berry 9 Cooley, b. Feb. 15, 1850, Lisbon, m. 
Libbie Griffith. Of Dell Rapids, stock buyer. 

Francisca* Cooley, b. Dec. 7, 1853, Lisbon, m. William 
Morgan. Of Dell Rapids, farmer. Josephine Gabrilla* Cooley, b. 
Oct. 13, 1856, Landaff; Isabella 9 , b. July 26, i860, Landaff, d. 
Manchester Oct., 1863. 

Abbie Frances 9 Cooley, b. Dec. • 16, 1863, Manchester, 
m. Frank Meredith. Of Everly, Clay co., la., merchant. 

4307. 

Sarah 1 Cooley (Benjamin* cooiey), d. Janesville, Wis., Feb. 25, 
1896, a. 75, m. Lisbon, N. EL, Apr. 19, 1838, Orrin Guernsey, b. 
Lisbon Apr. 14, 1814, d. Janesville Sept.' 26, 1876, s. Asahel and 
Abigail (Bowles). Removed to Janesville several years after 
1838, insurance. Ch. : Helen Mar*, b. June 14, 1840, Franconia, 
Grafton co., N. H., d. Janesville May 21, 185 1. 

+ 10130 Henry Hubbard* Guernsey, b. July 5, 1842, Franconia. 
Dennis Cooley* Guernsey, b. Apr. 13, 1845, Janesville, 



12$6 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

m. ist, Kenosha, Wis., Oct. i, 1867, Phebe M. Wheeler, she d. 
Apr. 18, 1868. He m. 2d, Dayton, Washington Ter., Sept. 2, 
.1873, Harriet Day. Of Dayton, Wash. (1896), real est.; Vice- 
Pres. Columbia National Bank 1896. ist m. s. p. Ch. by 2d m., 
b. Dayton : Den Ell 9 , b. Aug. 4, 1874, d. Dec. 26, 1877 ; William 
Day 9 Guernsey, b. May 22, 1878 ; Lucy Minerva 9 Guernsey, Sept. 29, 
1879 ; Helen May" Guernsey, Sept. 18, 1881 ; Frank Day" Guernsey, 
Dec. 14, 1882. 

10131 Orrin Ellery* Guernsey, b. Dec. 29, 1846, Janesville, 
m. J. Apr. 14, 1872, Ida Sparling, b. J. Dec. 14, da. John and 
Hannah (Fish). Of, Dubuque, la., cashier of ist National Bank 
of Dubuque 1883-96, grad. Bryant & Stratton's Business Coll. 
1866. Ch. b. Dubuque : Clara May 9 Guernsey, May 25 ; Grace 9 
Guernsey, Aug. 25 ; Ralph E. 9 Guernsey, b. Oct. 22, d/ July 17, 1880; 
Orrin Ellery 9 , b. Oct. 13, d. Mar. 5, 1886. 

10132" Frank Ward 3 Guernsey, b. July 6, 1850, Janesville, m. 
Le Mars, Plymouth co., la., June 14, 1876, Esther Stebbins. 
Grad. University of Mich., Ann Arbor, 1873. Of Dayton 1883- 
96, cashier Columbia National Bank 1896. Ch. : Clarence Elon 9 
Guernsey, b. 1884 Le Mars ; Raymond Stebbins 9 Guernsey, June 10, 
1893, Dayton. Fred Clarence* Guernsey, b. Jan. 30, 1853, Janes- 
ville, d. J. Dec. 1, 1874. 

10133 Minenia* Guernsey, b. June 6, 1857, Janesville, m. J. 
Aug. 9, 1887, Dr. Oscar A. King, b. Peru, Miami co., Ind., Feb. 
22, 185 1. She grad. Boston (Mass.) University 1879. 

Theodore Parker* Guernsey, b. Aug. 17, 1862, Janes- 
ville, m. Sioux City, la., May 9, 1889, Mabel Broadbent. Of 
Dubuque 1883, asst. cashier there ; of Sioux City 1896, teller in 
Wean & Allison Bank there. Ch. : Theodora May 9 Guernsey, b. 
Apr. 29, 1890, Sioux City. 

10134 Sarah May* Guernsey, b. Mar. 23, 1866, Janesville, m. 
Lake Geneva, Walworth co., Wis., July 21, 1891, Dr. George A. 
Post, b. Varick, N. Y., Jan. 22, i860. Ch. : Helen Minerva 9 Post, 
b. June 23, 1892, Lake Geneva. 

4309. 

DeflfliS NelSOn 1 Cooley (Benjamin* Cooley, Persist Ephraim*, Jo- 
seph*, Samuel*, Moses*), d. New York, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1892, a. 67, m. 
Londonderry, Windham co., Vt, Sept. 3, 1848, Clara Aldrich, b. 
Windham, Vt, Sept. 13, 1829, da. Niles and Mary (Estey). Ch.: 

10135 Clara s Cooley, b. Apr. 30, 1855, Janesville, Wis., m. 
Dubuque, la., Sept. 8, 1884, Frederick Walter Becker, b. Ann 
Arbor, Mich., Oct. 27, 1844, s. Hiram and Sophia (Millard). 
Grad. Mich. Univ. 1866, studied law at Mich. Univ., residence 
Chicago, 111. (1896), lawyer. Ch. b. Chicago : Walter Cooley 9 
Becker, July 15, 1884 ; Helen Aldrich 9 Becker, Nov. 5, 1891. 

10136 Minnie'' Cooley, b. Aug. 29, 1859, Dubuque, m. D. 
Nov. 27, 1884, John Francis Douglas, b. Santiago, Cuba, June 
24, 1856, s. Walter and Digna Maria de la Concepcion Arzola 
y Trujillo). Residence, New York, N. Y., banker. Ch. b. N. 
Y. city : Walter Cooley 9 Douglas, Dec. 19, 1887 ; Clara Maria 9 
Douglas, b. June 8, 1890, d. N. Y. city, May 17, 1891 ; Francis 
Kenneth 9 Douglas, b. Apr. 28, 1892. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES' CLEVELAND. 



1257 



10137 Mary 8 Cooky, b. Mar. 23, 186 1, Dubuque, m. D. Mar. 
5, 1 891, Charles Wesley Bassett, b. Brimfield, Portage co., O., 
May 25, 1854, s. Charles and Eliza Ann (Sawyer). Mrs. Mary* 
{Cooky) Bassett grad. Vassar Coll., Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1883. 
Mr. Charles Wesley Bassett grad. Mt. Union Coll., Mt. Union, 
O., 1875, residence Sewickley, Allegheny co., Pa.; Gen. Passen- 
ger Agent, Pittsburgh & Western R. R. Ch. : Mary Jeannette* 
Bassett, b. July 7, 1895, Sewickley. 

10138 Harlan Ward 8 Cooky, b. Jan. 29, 1866, Washington, 
D. C, m. Seymour, Conn., Sept. 22, 1892, Nellie Wooster, b. 
Torrington, Conn., July 12, 1865, da. Letsum Terrill and Julia 
(Smith). Grad. Yale 1888. Residence, Dubuque to 1889, Chi- 
cago since (1896); lawyer. Is Vice-pres. of the First National 
Bank of Dell Rapids, S. D. (Orrin Ellery Guernsey, pres.), cap- 
ital, $75,000; chartered 1886. Ch. : Julia!' Cooky, b. July 4, 1893, 
Seymour. 

Judge Dennis Nelson 1 Cooky was born at Lisbon, N. H., No- 
vember 7, 1825. His ancestors were Scotch and English and 
among the first to plant the principles of Protestantism in this 
country. Some of his ancestors, both paternal and maternal, 
served in the Revolutionary War. His father died when Mr. 
Cooley was but two years old, leaving a small property. Early 
in life he determined to acquire an education, and at fifteen 
years of age entered the Newberry Seminary in Vermont, sup- 
porting himself by teaching in vacation. He was rich in phys- 
ical and mental energy, a strong will and a noble purpose to 
make the most of himself by serving, to the utmost of his abil- 
ity, the age in which he lived. At first he contemplated a 
military life, passed an examination, and received an appoint- 
ment to West Point, but was dissuaded by his mother from the 
life of a soldier, and selected the law as a profession. He had 
prepared himself to enter Dartmouth College, but lack of means 
compelled him to abandon the idea of a collegiate education. 
Early in his career he was clerk of the House of Representa- 
tives in Vermont, and assisted in editing the " Woodstock Age." 
See Bibliography, Chap. IV. In 1854 he went West and set- 
tled at Dubuque, Iowa, where, for twenty years, he enjoyed a 
law practice regarded as one of the best in the state. During 
this period he carried on a large legal practice in Washington, 
D. C, also. In Iowa he was state senator for two terms. In 
1864 he was appointed Commissioner to South Carolina, where 
he acted as special judge to decide titles to cotton and lands in 
the city of Charleston and vicinity. He was appointed Com- 
missioner of Indian Affairs by President Lincoln in 1864, and 
served under him and for a time under President Johnson. He 
was Secretary of the Union Congressional Campaign Commit- 
tee in 1864, which largely contributed' to the second election of 
President Lincoln. In 1873 ne was appointed Commissioner to 
the Vienna Exposition. He always took much interest in edu- 
cation, and was prominent in philanthropic and public enter- 
prises. A professorship of civil engineering was founded by 
him at Cornell College, Iowa, of which institution he was a 
member of the Board of Trustees for many years. Of the 
Methodist Church he was a distinguished member. In the Gen- 



I2 58 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

eral Conferences of that church in 1872 and 1876 he took an act- 
ive part, and was justly one of the most prominent of the lay 
delegates. For twenty-one years he was President of the First 
National Bank of Dubuque, and was one of the first Presidents 
of the Iowa State Bankers' Association. 

A sketch of his career in its merely public aspect would be 
inadequate to present him as he was. His personality blended 
grace and vigor, shrewdness and kindness, persistence and ami- 
ability. His love of study, his close application during years of 
public trust to questions of finance, legislation, social and re- 
ligious life, his ability to uphold logically his views, his clear 
perception and expression of thought marked him as a conver- 
sationalist of rare power. His knowledge of men and of the 
world, gained by travel and observation and by his abundant 
opportunities of mingling with the best minds, together with a 
personal magnetism of exceptional strength, made friends of 
rich and poor alike. His life has that highest tribute due it, — 
success, — because it was lived for others ; because its whole 
tendency was for good. To his family he was idol and ideal. For 
his wife and children he devoted himself to the study of every- 
thing that could foster and promote their best interest. 

Mrs. Clara (Aldrich) Cooley, residence still at Dubuque 1897, 
subscriber for this Genealogy. 

Alldridge, Aldrich ancestry : — sarins: Aldridge : 2: Aldrich : (Ipswich and Ox- 
fordshire, Eng.). Or, on a fesse vert, a bull pass, ar Benjamin. 1 Alldridge, b. 

1694, d. Westmoreland, Cheshire co., N. H., Mar., 1673, m. Walpole, Mass., Mary ; Caleb* 
Aldrich, b. Westmoreland 1728, d. there Dec. 6, 1799, m. Deborah Niles, b. 1736, d. Feb. 2, 
1806 ; Niles 3 , b. 1767, d. Jan. ^ 1825, m. Sarah Britton of Westmoreland, she d. Dec, 1839, 
da. of Ebenezer ; Niles* Aldrich, b. Westmoreland Oct. 13, 1793, of Windham, Vt., d. Ep- 
worth, Dubuque co., la., Mar., 1886, m. Mary EsteyS, b. 1797, d. Dec. 17, 1856. 

Estey, Esty ancestry : — rarms: Este;/.- Estee or Estele (Leicestershire, Eng.). 
Ar. a lion gu. charged on the shoulder with a cinquefoil of the first. . . Jeffrey 1 left 
Eng. and settled at Salem, Mass., prior to 1636 ; Isaac 2 , b. Eng., 1630, d. 1714, m. Mary 
Tocone; Joseph', b. 1657, m. Jane Steward; Edward 6 , b. 1693, d. 1772, m. Elizabeth; 
Stewart 6 , b. 1730, d. 1769, m. Abigail Swan ; Edward 6 , b. 1752, m. Mehitabel Marsh, b. 1759 ; 
Stewart 7 , b. 1784, d. 1841, m. Mary Brown ; Mary 8 Estey m. Niles Aldrictr>. 

4311. 

DdilicV Hovey (Daniel* Hovey, Abigail", Benjamin*, Joseph 8 , Samuel 2 ), 

d. Greenfield, Mass., May 6, 1874, a. 82, m. Canaan, Grafton co., 
N. H., Jan. 12, 1817, Hannah Hough Harris, b. C, Feb. 13, 1793, 
d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1877, da. Joshua and Miriam (John- 
son). Ch.: 

10139 George Harris* Hovey, b. Sept. 24, 1817, Canaan, m. 
Bernardstown, Franklin co., Mass., Oct. 23, 1855, Nancy Maria 
Willard, b. Greenf., June 27, 1830, da. David and Sarah (Dick- 
man), 1. Greenf., 1879, druggist, s. p. Edward Olcott\ b. June 
23, Can., d. C, July 6, 1824. 

10140 Luther Sheldon*, b. Aug. 14, 1825, Can., d. Dec. 14, 
1875, unm. 

10141 Maria Luther a* Hovey, b. Apr. 6, 1828, Lyme, N. H., 
m. Hartford, Conn., Apr. 2, 1850, John Kingsbury Hosmer, b. 
Willimantic, Conn., Nov. 30, 1825, s. James Downer and Doro- 
thy Leavens (Kingsbury) of Brooklyn, s. p. 

Dr. Daniel 1 Hovey was a well-known and skillful physician of 
extensive practice in Franklin co., Mass. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



4313. 



1259 



AbigaiV IlOVey (Daniel* Hovey, Abigail*, Benj.«, Joseph', Sam'l^), d. 

Hartford, Conn., June 3, 1862, a. 65, m. Lyme, N. H., Jan. 2, 
1823, as 1st w., Col. Jesse Carpenter, born L., Apr. 5, 1796, died 
Windsor Locks, Conn., July 4, 1876, s. Jesse and Miriam (Fair- 
field). (He m. 2d, Apr. 28, 1864, wid. Arathusa Haskell of W. 
L.) Ch.: 

+ 10142 Daniel Hovey* Carpenter, b. Apr. 19, 1824. 

-j-10143 Elizabeth* Carpenter, b. Oct. 9, 1825. 

Fairfield* Carpenter, b. Mar. 15, 1828, d. May, 1832. 

10144 Harriet*' Carpenter, b. Dec. 5, 1834, m. New Britain, 
Conn., Oct. 1, 185 1, Solomon Augustus Holt, b. Andover, Mass., 

Jan. 3, 1832, s. Dea. Solomon and (Abbott), 1. Brooklyn, 

N. Y., 1879, traveling agt. Ch.: William Augustus* Holt, born 
Sept. r5, 1853; Charles Evans* Holt, b. May 3, d. June 1, 1858; 
Emma Louise* Holt, b. Nov. 9, 186 1. 

4314. 

Sarah 1 Hovey (Damei* Hovey), died Rockland, Plymouth, co., 
Mass., Feb. 20, 1876, aged 77, m. 1st, Lyme, N. H., Mar. 1, 1820, 
Alpheus Hibbard, b. Brookfield, Vt., July 12, 1795, d. B., July 14, 
1832, s. Roger and Sarah (Davidson). She m. 2d, B., Apr. 3, 
1837, David Cheeney, b. Washington, Orange co., Vt., Nov. 7, 
18 1 5, s. Jesse and Eleanor (Welch). Divorced ab. 1855. Ch. 
by 1st m., b. Brookfield : 

10145 Sylvanus Hovey* Hibbard, b. Dec. 16, 1820, m. Chelsea, 
Vt., Apr. 3, 1844. Philena A. Allen, b. C, Jan. 6, 1822, da. Obed 
and Philena (Bennett), 1. Chelsea, 1879. Ch.: Josephine Philena* 
Hibbard, b. Jan. 5, 1846, Brook.; Eveline Alma* Hibbard, b. May 
24, 1853, Chel., d. Jan. 7, 1872, unm. Franklin* Hibbard, b. Aug. 
20, 1823, d. Oct. 12, 1840. 

10146 Rhoda Luthera* Hibbard, b. Oct. 11, 1829, m. Chel., 
July 27, 1853, Charles Mann Burrel], b. E. Abington, now Rock- 
land, July 15, 1830, s. Henry and Abigail (Mann), 1. Rockl. Ch. 
b. E. Abington : Wilbur Forrest* Burr ell, Aug. 18, 1856 ; Sarah 
Alma" Burrell, Oct. 3, 1861. 

10147 Alma Elizabeth* Hibbard, b. Oct. 20, 1832, m. Joseph 
Milton* Hovey +101 66. By 2d m.: 

1 0148 Alphetis Hibbard* Cheeney, b. May 12, 1838, m. Chel- 
sea, Mar. 19, 1863, Emma Whitney, b. Tunbridge, Vt, Dec. 18, 
1841, da. Daniel and Julia (Hall), 1. Spencer, Clay co., la., far- 
mer. Ch.: Nellie Alma Luthera* Cheeney, born Jan. 2, 1867, Buck 
Creek tp., Bremer co., la.; Alonzo Daniel* Cheeney, born May 20, 
Sept. 12, 1870, Buck C. ; Franklin Alpheus Blizzard* Cheeney, born 
Jan., July 12, Spencer, d. Feb. 12, Oct. 15, 1873 ; George Edwin 
Alph* Cheeney, b. Sept. 16, 1874, Jan. 20, 1875, Spencer. 

10149 Ellen Delia* Cheeney, b. Feb. 21, 1841, m. Rockland. 
Jan 3, i860, John Burrell 2d, b. R., Dec. 12, 1833, s. Adna and 
Mary Miller (Crocker), 1. Rockl. Ch. b. Rockland : Son*, b. and 
d. Feb. 20, 1861;- Alpheus Merlon* Burrell, b. June 10. 1864; Alice 
Maud* Burrell, Nov. 17, 1867 ; Mary Ellen* Burrell, Apr. 26, 1876 



I2 6o CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

4317. 

Hhoda Lord 7 Hovey (Daniel* Hovey), m. Lyme, N. H., June 
3. 1832, Philander Allen, b. Chelsea, Vt., May 19, 1807, d. Lyme, 
Feb. 16, 185 1, s. Ebenezer and Anna (Bennett). She 1., 1878, 
Hartford, Conn. Ch. b. Lyme : 

10150 Mary Elizabeth* Allen, b. Aug. 2, 1834, m. Lexington, 
Mass., Oct. 1, 1 87 1, Warren Sherburne, b. Charlestown, Mass., 
Apr. 21, 1833, son Reuben Butterfield and Sarah Rackleifte 
(Staples), 1. Lexington, retired merchant, s. p. 

10151 George Lewis* Allen, b. June 25, 1836, m. Lawrence, 
Mass., Dec. 25, 1865, Albina Marble, b. Fall River, Mass., Mar. 
30, 1844, da. Ezra and Ann (Borden), 1. Farmington, Conn., far- 
mer. ' Ch.: Nina Estella* Allen, b. Mar. 12, 1867, Law.; George 
Edwin* Allen, b. Dec. 25, 1868, L.; Frank Ley land*, born Nov. 1, 
1870, Windsor, Conn., d. Feb. 27, 1876 ; Mary* and Florence* (tw.), 
b. June 4, New Britain, Conn., both d. July 28, 1872; Frederic 
Hovey*, b. June 3, 1873, N. B., d. June 27, 1876 ; Walter Cleveland* 
Allen, b. Aug. 9, 1877, Farmington. 

10152 Edwin Bennett* Allen, b. Dec. 28, 1839, was killed in 
the army, at Front Royal, Warren co., Va., May 2, 1862, unm. 

10153 Sylvanus Frank* Allen, b. Aug. 3, 1843, m - Lawrence, 
Oct. 21, 1869, Eliza Leyland, b. York, Eng., Nov. 10, 1840, da. 
William and Mary (Hirstwood), 1. Hartford, insurance, s. p. 

10154 Frederic Hovey* Allen (Rev.), born Oct. 1, 1845, res - 
South Boston, Mass., 1877, unm., Boston, 1896. 

4318. 

GeOVffe Lewis' 1 Hovey (Daniel* Hovey, Abigail 6 , Benjamin*, Josephs, 

Samuel 2 ), d. Lakewood, Ocean co., N. J., Aug. 19, 1887, a. 77, m. 
1st, Lyme, N. H., Dec. 25, 1836, Sarah Gilbert Nelson, born L., 
Sept. 12, 1 81 2, d. Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies, Feb. 22, 1840, 
da. Asa and Sarah (Gilbert). He m. 2d, Providence, R. I., Feb. 
6, 1849, Anna Maria Sibley, b. Uxbridge, Mass., Nov. 3, 1822, d. 
Deerfield, Mass., Apr. 2, 1865, da. Royal and Lucretia Cargill 
(Carter). He m. 3d, Prov., Aug. 8, 1867, Olivia Capron Marcy, 
b. Dudley, Mass., Oct. 13, 1839, da. Augustus and Sally Williams 
(Carter). 1st and 2d m. : s. p. Ch. by 3dm.: Daughter*, b. and 
d. Apr. 27, 1872. 

Rev. George Lewis' 1 Hovey, res. 1877, Bricksburg, N. J. He 
thus writes concerning his ministerial labors : 

In 183 1, I joined the Congregational Church in Lyme, and in 1832 the claims of the 
West began to press upon the Eastern churches, calling for their young people to go 
there as teachers and preachers. I had already felt a desire to become a minister, and 
had commenced study at Thetford Academy, vt. In 1833, the Rev. J. J. Shipherd came 
from the West, and unfolded his plan for a colony and a college at Oberlin, O. Many of 
the best members of our churches went thither as colonists, and I decided to go there to 
pursue my studies. Reaching Oberlin in the autumn of 1833, I found it a small settle- 
ment composed of a dozen log houses and one frame building, in a dense forest. In 1837, 
while a member of the Theological class, I was licensed to preach, by the Loraine County 
Association ; and in 1838, ordained by the same body as a missionary. In Nov., 1839, in 
company with several others, myself and wife went as missionaries to the emancipated 
negroes in the island of Jamaica, W. I. We were not sent by any society, but looked 
for our support to the people to whom we ministered. In July, 1842, I returned to this 
country, worn out with my labors in that climate, but hoping, after a season of rest, to 
be able to resume my work among that people, to whom I had become greatly attached. 
But for the next four years I was able to do but little, except occasionally to present the 
case of those people to the churches and to individuals. In 1846, I received an appoint- 
ment from the Am. Miss. Association to raise $6,000 for the Jamaica Mission. In the 
autumnipf 1847, I became an Agent of the Foreign Evangelical Society in connection 
with Drs. Baird, Kirk, and others, having my office in Boston. In May, 1850, the Foreign 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 12 6l 

Evangelical Society united with the American Protestant Society and the Christian Al- 
liance, under the name of the American and Foreign Christian Union. From that time 
till the autumn of 1871, 1 remained with the Society as its Agent or District Secretary for 
New England, though in 1851 I spent six months in Europe, and at two different times 
made extensive tours through the South in the interests of the Society. Since the 
autumn of 1871, when I came to Bricksburg, N. J., my health has prevented me from oc- 
cupying continuously any post of arduous labor, but I have for a time acted as- Agent 
for Lincoln University, and am at present Financial Agent of Am. and For. Christian 
Union, with special reference to raising money for its Evangelical work in France. 

4319. 

Abigail 1 Hovel/ (Abner* Hovey, Abigail', Benj.«, Jo.", Sam. s ), d. 

Wentworth, Grafton co., N. H., Jan. i, 1816, a. 23, m. W., Dec. 
io, 181 1, Joshua Rouen, b. Rouen, France, Jan. 23, 1790, d. W., 
Oct: 16, 1816 (by accident), s. Jacob and Sarah (Copp). Ch. b. 
Lyme, N. H. : 

-f-10155 Lydia Elmina* Rouen, b. June 14, 1813. 

-•i-10156 Sarah Abigail* Rouen, b. Apr. 21, 1 815. 

4320. 

Samuel' 1 JTovey {Abner* Hovey), d. Waupaca, Waupaca co., 
Wis., July 9, 1878, a. 83, m. Lyme, N? H., May 10, 1816, Lucy 
Walker Bishop, b. L., May 24, 1798, d. L., Apr. 24, 1852, da. 
John and Sarah (Kimball). Dwelt Waupaca. Ch. b. Lyme : 
John Dudley 9 , b. June 5, d. io, 181 7 ; Samuel Lewis*, b. Oct. 11, 
1818, drowned July 31, 1831. 

+ 10157 John Bishop* Hovey, b. Aug. 12, 1820. 

-(-10158 Sylvanus Sumner* Hovey, b. July 12, 1822. 

-j-10159 Abner Bingham* Hovey, b. Nov. 12, 1825. 

10160 Lucy Louise*, b. May 29, 1828, d. Jan. 6, 1847. Son*, 
b. Apr. 5, d. 26, 183 1 ; Son*, b. and d., Apr. 1, 1834. 

-f-10161 Sarah Lorinda* Hovey, b. Mar. 12, 1835. 

10162 Rhoda Luanda* Hovey, b. Apr. 3, 1841, m. Elba, 
Dodge co., Wis., Jan. 26, 1862, John Frederic Wiedman, b. 
Posen Province (n. Eain), Prussia, June 21, 1835, s. John and 
Ertmunda (Kuen), 1. 5 mi. fr. Waupaca, farmer. Ch. : Hattie 
Amelia* Weidnian, Mar. 21, 1863 ; Frederic Albert* Weidman, Oct. 
31, 1872 ;,May Alice* Weidman, Dec. 25, 1875. 

4321. 

Dudley 7 JlOVey (Abner* Hovey, Abigail"^ Benjamin*, Josephs, Samuels, 

Mosesi), d. Haverhill, N. H., Oct. 28, 1865, a. 69, m. Lyme, N. H., 
Apr. 14, 1820, Rubie Allen, b. L., Jan. 25, 1799, d. Haverhill, 
Dec. 15, 1869, da. Peletiah and Lettice (Knapp). Ch.: 

+ 10 1 63 Simeon Allen* Hovey, b. Jan. 2, 1821, Lyme, N. H. 
10164 Eber Davis* Hovey (Capt.), b. Nov. 23, 1822, L., was 
drowned off Montigordia Bay, Mar. 26, 1852, m. Bradford, 
Orange co., Vt., Oct; 16, 1848, Amanda B. Preston, b. Concord, 
N. H., July 24, 1824, da. Washington and Abigail (Lane). She 
res. Charlestown, Mass., 1877. Capt. Hovey sailed, 1852, as 
rnate of steamship Independence, which was wrecked off Mon- 
tigordia Bay. He was drowned while heroically trying to save a 
passenger. Ch. : Son 9 , b. Mar., d. Apr., 185 1. 

+ 10165 Alvin Seabury* Hovey, b. June 5, 1824, Lyme, N. H. 

+ 10166 Joseph Milton* Hovey, b. July 3, 1826, Lyme, N. H. 



1262 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

+10167 Mary Luanda* Hovey, b. May 29, 1828, Lyme, N. H. 

10168 John Nelson 6 Hovey, b. June 5, 1830, Newbury, Vt, 

m. Haverhill, Nov. 30, 1856, Sophia Sarepta Johnson, b. H., 

Jan.. 13, 1832, da. John and Betsey (Erwin). Of Otterville, 

Buchanan co., la., farmer, s. p. 

+10169 Samuel Lewis* Hovey, b. Sept. 21, 1831, Newbury, Vt. 
George Ide* Hovey, b. Feb. 21,1 834, Bradford, Vt, 
d. B., Apr. 19, 1834. 

+ 101 70 Isabella Barron 8 Hovey, b. Aug. i, 1836, Bradford, Vt. 

-j-10171 William Barron 6 Hovey, b. July 4, 1844, Bradford, Vt. 

Dudley' Hovey of Lyme, Newbury, Bradford, and Haverhill, 
farmer. 

Allen ancestry .• — Peletiah Allen, b. June 25, 1774, carpenter, d. Parishville, N. Y., in. 
Nov. 13, 1795, Lettice Knapp, b. Nov. 9, 1775. 

4322. 

Esther 1 Hovey {Abner* Hovey), d. Lyme, N. H., Nov. 27, 
1849, a. 49, m. L., Jan. 22, 1828, John Clyde, b. Windham, Rock- 
ingham co., N. H., Nov v 6, 1791, d. Lyme,. Oct. 9, 1858, s. Daniel 
and Margaret (McAdams). Farmer. Ch. b. Lyme : 

10172 John Downer* Clyde, b. Jan. 2, 1829, m. Fremont, 
Winona co., Minn., Dec. 1, 1862, Sarah Amelia Hendershott, b. 
Hornellsville, N. "Y., Apr. 20, 1844, da. Charles and Caroline 
(Robinson), 1., 1878, Argo, Winona co., Minn., farmer. Ch. b. 
Fremont : John* Clyde, Sept. 1, 1863 ; Hannah Louise* Clyde, June 
29, 1867 ; Katie* Clyde, June 22, 1869 ; Imogene* Clyde, May 26, 
1872; Charles Eugene* Clyde, b. Feb. 18, d. Apr. 25, 1875; Anna- 
bel Clyde, b. Apr. 10, 1876. Samuel Sylvester 3 , b. Mar. 11, 1830, d. 
Mar. 9, 1833. 10173 Abner Hovey* Clyde, b. Oct. 8, 183 1, drowned 
n. Cairo, 111., by sinking of steamer "Odd Fellow" (of wh. he 
was part owner), Aug. 1, 1871, unm. 

10 1 74 Moses Sylvester* Clyde, b. Nov. 18, 1833, d. in Cal., 
soon after marriage, m., 1862, Ellen E. Taylor. (It is under 
stood that she m. again and res. West.) Lived in Minn 
10175 Hannah Louisa* Clyde, b. Jan. 18, 1836, m. Troy, Vt, Mar, 
4. 1861, Samuel Willard Colburn, b. Lyme, June 29, 1827, s 
William and Anna (Clyde), 1. Saratoga, Winona co., Minn., con 
tractor. Ch. b. Troy : Edgar Willard* Colburn, Dec. 20, 1861 
Sylvester Murray* Colburn, May 17, 1863 ; Arthur Clyde* Colburn 
Dec. it, 1864. 

4324. 

LotS 7 Hovey (Abner* Hovey, Abigail 6 , Benjamin 4 , Joseph 3 , Samuel^, 

Moses'), d. Concord, Mass., Dec. 2, 1877, a. 71, m. Canaan, N. H., 
Aug. 14, 1825, George Woodworth, b. Dorchester, N. H., Oct. 5, 
1793, d. Hebron, Grafton co., N. H., Apr. 18, 1864, s. Sylvanus 
and Tamesine (Nevins). Ch. b. Grafton co. : 

10 1 76 Leigh Richmond* Woodworth, b. Aug. 7, 1826, d. 
Springfield, 111., May 28, 1865, m. S., June 18, 1862, Hannah 
Martha Lamb, b. S., July 6, 1838, da. James and Susan Hill 
(Cranmer). Ch. : Julia Lamb*, b. June 18, S., d. S., July 8, 1863. 

+ 10177 William Henry* Woodworth, b. Jan. 14, 1828. 

+ 101 7 8 Esther Tamesine* Woodworth, b. Dec. 14, 1829. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



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10179 John Ball*, b. Jan. 25, 1832, d. Hebron, Jan. 23, 
1853, unm. 

10 1 80 George Thornton* Woodworth, b. Aug. 2, 1834, m. Con- 
cord, N. H., Oct. 31, 1859, Frances Cecilia Wallace, b. Homer, 
N. Y., Feb. 28, 1837, da. Samuel and Theodotia (Littlefield). 
Ch. : Louise Ellis 9 , b. July 24, i860, Greenville, Mich., d. Pewamo, 
Ionia co., Mich., Feb. 22, 1861. 10181 Sarah Frances* Wood- 
worth, b. June 21, 1836, unm., of Concord, Mass., 1879-95, 
teacher. 

+ 10182 Elizabeth Kimball* Woodworth,h. Apr. 2, 1839. 
-^10183 Artemas Brooks 6 Woodworth, b. Apr. 15, 1841. 

10 1 84 Albert Bingham* Woodworth, b. Apr. 7, 1843, m - Lis- 
bon, N. H., Sept. 30, 1873, Mary Angeline Parker, b. L., May 15, 
1849, da. Charles and Amelia Emily (Bennett). Of Concord, 
N. H., 1878-95, merchant. Ch. b. Concord, N. H. : Edward 
Knowlton 9 Woodworth, Aug. 25, 1865, of Concord, N. H. ; Grace 9 
Woodworth, Oct. 6, 1879 ; Charles Parker 9 Woodworth, July 8, 
1885. 

10185 Grace Lowella* Woodworth, b. June 14, 1845, m - 
Hebron, N. H., Jan. 22, 1870, Daniel Quincy Clement, b. War- 
ren, Grafton co., N. H., s. Moses Williams and Tamar (Little). 
Of Warren, Concord, N. H., 1895, farmer. Ch. b. Warren ; all 
live home: Edward Woodworth 9 Clement, Mar. 26, 1871 ; Louise 
Tamar 9 Clement, Feb. 20, 1873 '■> Frederick Putnam 9 Clement, Nov. 
15, 1875 ; Albert Legh 9 Clement, Oct. 30, 1877 ; Morris Thayer 9 
Clement, Ang. 22,1883; Marion Stewart 9 Clement, Mar. 4, 1885; 
Marjory L 9 Clement, Mar. 12, 1887. 

10186 Edward Baker* Woodworth, b. Mar. 27, 1847, m. 
Franklin, Conn., Sept. 9, 1875, Helen Whiton, b. Stoddard, 
Cheshire co., N. H., May 3, 1849, da. John Milton and Fidelia 
(Wilson). Of Concord, N. H., 1878-95. Ch. : John Whiton 9 
Woodworth, b. June 16, 1879 ; Helen Frances 9 Woodworth, Oct. 9, 
1885. 

-I-10187 Louisa Maria* Woodworth, b. May 17, 1850. 

George Woodworth, residence, Dorchester to 1845, Hebron 
afterw., farmer and shoemaker ; was magistrate from 1840 to 
decease. 

Woodworth ancestry: — Sylvanus Woodworth of Dorchester, was a Revolution sol- 
dier (had one brother John, who moved to Ohio when Ohio was a wilderness), m. Tam- 
esine Nevins, a da. Elder Thomas of Hanover, N. H. 

4325. 

Nancy Bingham 7 Hovey {Abner* Hovey), d. Lyme, N. H., 
May 26, 1843, a. 31, m. L. Junes, ^ZA, Rev. Moses Flint, b. L. Jan. 
17, 181 1, d. L. Apr. 5, 1842, a s. Capt. Moses and Elizabeth 
(Spaulding), Baptist minister. Dwelt Craftbury and Charlotte, 
Vt. She was of great personal beauty and loveliness of char- 
acter. Ch. b. Lyme : 

10188 Elizabeth Spaulding* Flint, b. Mar. 17, 1835, m. Dun- 
barton,- N. H., Sept. 1, 1859, Johnson Colby Mclntyre, b. D. 
Aug. 4, 1827, s. Timothy and Martha (Colby), 1. 1878 Goffstown, 
Hillsborough co., N. H. Ch.: Lois Elizabeth 9 Mclntyre, b. Nov. 
28, i860, Dunb. 

10189 Moses Atwood* Flint, b. Jan. 31, 1837, m. Manchester, 



1264 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



N. H., Mar. 19, 1861, Hannah Sophronia Balch, b. Lvrae, June 25, 
1843, da. Theodore and Sally (Lovejoy), 1. Deep River, Powe- 
shiek co., la., teacher and farmer. Ch.: Edwin Atwood 9 Flint, b. 
Dec. 3, 1862, Manch.; Theodore Balch"'' Flint, Nov. 28, 1865, Mon- 
roe, Jasper co., la. ; Sarah Elizabeth* Flint, Apr. 27, 1868, Indi- 
anapolis, Ind. ; Levi Carroll 9 Flint, b. Dec. 28, 187 1, Keokuk, la., 
d. May 3, 1876 ; Moses Delos 9 Flint, b. Sept. 30, 1873, Deep R. ; 
Emma Frances 9 Flint, Apr. 27, 1877, D. R. Lois Diantha 9 Flint, b. 
May 6, 1839, d. Dunbarton, Nov. 25, 1864 ; Sarah Ann" Flint, b. 
Apr. 12, 1841, d. Aug. 11, 1842. 

4327. 

H£avy 7 Lord (Mary' Hovey, Abigail', Ben.*, Jo.", Sam. a ), d. Dora, 

Wabash co., Ind., Aug. 15, 187 1, a. 80, m. Miami co. or Warren 
co., O., 1808-9, Josiah Bradbury, b. n. Elizabethtown, N. J., 
Dec. 9, 1785, d. Dora, June 20, 1872, s. David and Susannah 
(Craig). Ch.: Susannah : , b. Oct. 11, 1809, d. Aug. 16, 1855, unm.; 
Joseph 9 , b. Dec. 3, 1810, d. June 5, 181 1. 

4-10190 John Lord 9 Bradbury, b. Sept. 29, 1812. 

10191 James 9 Bradbury, b. Dec. 9, 1814, d. Mar. 13, 1848, 
m. Ch.: Leona 9 Bradbury. 

10 192 Lucinda Araminta 9 Bradbury, b. Aug. 26, 1816, m. 
Rev. Hugh Fulton, res. 187 1 n. Fulton, Fulton co.,Ind., or Som- 
erset, Wabash co., Ind. 

10193 Mary 9 Bradbury, b. Jan. 11, 1819, d. Dec.. 27, 1875, 
m. Edward Kelly. Ch.: Ida Jane 9 Kelly, Martha Araminta 9 
Kelly, both ed. Normal school^ Valparaiso, Porter co., Ind. 

10194 David Oramill 9 Bradbury, b. Mar. 10, 1821, d. 1856, 
m. 1st, Icy Bember Crabtree, she d. 9 days after marriage. Sup- 
posed to be living with 2d w. 

+ 10195 Sarah Jane* Bradbury, b. Feb. 17, 1825. 

10196 Rebecca Ann 9 Bradbury, b. Sept. 29, 1827, unm., of 
Dora, Wabash co., Ind. 10197 Abner Marsh 9 Bradbury, Jan. 8, 
1830, of Riverton, Mason co., Mich. 

10198 Prosper Nichols 9 Bradbury, b. June 22, 1832, m. at 
Dora, res. Dora. Ch.: Albert Rudolph 9 Bradbury ; Blanche 9 Brad- 
bury. Samuel Harrison 9 , b. Mar. 20, 1834, d. Sept. 22, 1849; <AbM 
Hovey Lord 9 Bradbury, b. Feb. 19, 1837, d. Mar. 26, 1862. 

4329. 

Joseph Tildefb 7 Lord (Maty* Hovey), d. Cooper, Tazewell 
co., 111., July 24, 1845, a. 52, m. Urbana, Champaign co., O., Apr. 
16, 1811, Maria Ross, b. Ky., Jan. 13, 1793, d. Cooper, Oct. 17, 
1852, da. William and Winnifred (Rector). Settled 1839 in San- 
gamon co., 111. Ch.: 

+ 10199 Mary Ann 9 Lord, b. Jan. 12, 1813, Urbana, O. 

10200 Minerva Maria 9 Lord, b. Oct. 27, 1818, Champaign 
co., m. Sangamon co., 111., May 21, 1840, Henry Fiery or Firey, 
b. Washington co., Md., Mar. 25, 181 5, s. Joseph and Cathe- 
rine (Rouch), of Edinburg, Christian co., 111., 1879, farmer. 
Ch.: Mary Elizabeth 9 Fiery, b. Mar. 16, 1841, Sangamon co.; Sarah 
Catherine 9 Fiery, Aug. 4, 1843, S. co.; Ann Maria 9 Fiery, Mar. 6, 
1846, Christian co.; Joseph Francis 9 Fiery, Dec. 27, 1848, C. co.; 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1265 



Alice Jane" Fiery, July 4, 1851, C. co. ; Lewis Edwin 9 Fiery, July 

12, 1854, C. CO.; Eliza Medora 9 Fiery, Mar. 2, 1857, C. CO.; John 
Henry' 3 Firey, Nov. 13, 1859, C. co., deputy P. M. at Edinburg. 

10201 William Nelson* Lord, b. Feb. 13, 182 1, Urbana, m. 
Sangamon co., 185 1, Sarah Jane Neer, b. Clark co., O., Sept. 15, 
1835, da. Hiram and Anna, of Breckenridge, Sangamon co., 111. 
Ch. : Mary Ann 9 Lord, b. Jan. 10, 1852 ; James Edwin 9 Lord, Oct. 
I 3> i &53 > William Harvey* Lord, Mar. 6, 1856 ; Emma Francis 9 
Lord, Nov. 12, 1857; Sarah Annette 9 Lord, Dec. 28, 1861 ; Lda May 9 
Lord, July 18, 1863 ; Charles Henry 9 Lord, b. July 6, 1865 ; Nellie 
Grant 9 Lord, Mar. 1, 1869 ; Nora Elizabeth 9 Lord, Nov. 16, 1870 ; 
Minnie Florence 9 , June 16, 1875. 

10202 Edwin Harvey* Lord, b. Sept. 4, 1822, Urbana, m. 
Yamhill co., Ore., Aug. 6, 1861, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth (Brown) 
Ransdale, b. Sangamon co., 111., Nov. 15, 1836, wid., da. Thomas 
Hinton and Sophia Western (Hussey), 1. Heppner, Umatilla co., 
Ore., stock raiser. Ch. b. Ore. : Annette Sophia 9 Lord, July 18, 
1862 ; Charles Edwin 9 Lord, May 29, 1864 ; Richard Hinton 9 Lord, 
Apr. 6, 1866; Lonia 9 Lord, Feb. 25, 1868; Roswell Tilden 9 Lord, 
Apr. 1, 1870; Elnora Edith 9 Lord, June 26, 1873; Alena Agnes 9 Lord, 
Dec. 4, 1875. 

10203 Elizabeth Winnifred* Lord, b. Sept. 7, 1825, Cham- 
paign co., d. Dec, 1865-6, m. Sangamon co., 111., Andrew Jack- 
son Ross, b. Cincinnati, O., 1814, s. William, of Rochester, San- 
gamon CO., 111., blacksmith. Ch. b. Sangamon co.: William? Ross, 
1844; Andrew Jackson 9 Ross, 1853; Louise Lenora 9 Ross, 1858; Jesse 9 
Ross, i860; Henry 9 Ross, 1864. 

10204 Philander Augustus* Lord, b. Oct. 3, 1829, Urbana, m. 
Mechanicsburgh, Sangamon co., 111., Nov. 28, 1850, Margaret 
Ann Oliver, b. M. Mar. 1, 1833, da. Burrell and Maria (Barce- 
low), of Mt. Pulaski, Logan co., 111., farmer. Ch.: Joseph Edwin 9 
Lord, b. May 10, 1852, d. Jan. 28, 1869; William Alanson 9 Lord, b. 
June 8, 1857; John Henry 9 Lord, b. May 27, i860; Lundy Augustus 9 
Lord, b. Oct. 5, 1862, d. Feb. 6, 1865 ; Alice Florence 9 Lord, b. July 

13, d. Nov. 6, 1865. 

10205 Joseph Edwin* Lord, b. Feb. 27, 1831, Urbana, was 
killed by a fall in mill Wyandotte, Wyandotte co., Kan., Jan. 22, 
1864, 27, 1865, m. Ft. Scott, Kan., Mar. 2, 1862, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Ellen (Harris) Miller, b. n. Parkersburgh, Wood co., [West] Va., 
Aug. 18, 1833, wid., da. William H. and Louisa (Sheets). (She 
m. 3d, William Stitt, and 1. 1878-9 Del Norte, Col.). Ch.: Joseph 
Edwin 9 Lord, b. Nov. 27, 1862, Twin Springs, Linn co., Kan., d. 
Kansas City, Mo., July 5, 1863 ; Julia Alice 9 Lord, b. May 21, 1864, 
Niantic, Macon co., 111., 1. Del N. 

10206 James Newton* Lord b. Mar. 27, 1837, Urbana, Spring- 
field, O., m. Stevens co., Washington Territory [now State], Oct. 
2, 1876, Isabella Rinehart, b. Angola, Ind., Oct. 3, 1858, da. 
Christopher and Lydia Ann (Taylor), 1. Dayton, Columbia co., 
W. T., stock raiser. Ch.: Joseph Edwin 9 Lord, b. Sept. 30, 1877, 
Umatilla co., Ore.; James William 9 Lord, May 8, 1879, Dayt. 

10207 Permelia Alice* 1 Lord, b. May 1, 1840, d. Mar., 1866, m. 
William McFarland, I'd 1864, Niantic, 1878, Taylorville, Chris- 
tian co., 111. Ch.: 2. 

80 



1266 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

4330. 

John Paine 1 Lord {Mary* Hovey), d. Ottawa, 111., Oct 20, 
i860, a. 65, m. 1st, in Ohio, Nov. 9, 1819, Mary Bogart, she d. 
Cincinnati, O., 1828, da. Oliver and Jane or Ann. He m. 2d, 
Danville, Vermillion co., 111., ab. 1832, Verlinda Ottivell or Ot- 
well of D., da. Richard and Cynthia Ann. He started West 
1828. Ch. by istm.: 10208 Joseph Oliver*, b. Nov. 5, 1820, Cin- 
cinnati, said to have been drowned in Ohio river off stmr. " Ro- 
selle," 1837, unm. 

-f-10209 Jane Elizabeth* Lord, b. Nov. 5, 1822, Cincinnati, O. 

-[-10210 Mary Ann* Lord, b. May 12, 1825, C. By 2d m.: Cyn- 
thia Ann* Lord, b. ab. 1834, Dan v., d. D. young; Jonathan* Lord, b. 
ab. 1836, D., d. Lockport, Carroll co., Ind., Aug., 1856 ; Richard* 
Lord, b. ab. 1839, D., d. L. ab. 1854. 

102 1 1 Ellen* Lord, b. ab. 1841, Springfield, Franklin co., 
Ind., m. ab. 1856, Isaac Frazee, said to have d. in army late war; 
rem. to Bates co., Mo., ab. 1858. Child*, b. ab. 1843, S. } d. L. 1846. 

4331. 

Alice 1 Lord, (Mary* Hovey), died Cincinnati, O., Nov. n, 12, 
1842, a. 47, m. 1st in Ohio, 1815, James Berryman, he d. Cincin- 
nati about 1819. She m. 2d, C, Oct. 19, 1822, Samuel Harrison, 
b. Newark, N. J., July 20, 1794, s. Adonijah and Abigail (Hav- 
ens), 1. 1877 Elenor, Clermont co., O. Ch. by 1st m.: 

10212 Louisa Amanda 5 Berryman, b. Oct. 17, 1816, m. 1st, 
Oct. 18, 1834, Dolby Merritt, b. 181 2, d. July 28, 1849. She m. 
2d, Dennis Donaway, b. Montreal, Can., July 9, 1824, 1. La Fay- 
ette, Ind. Both m.: s. p. 

+10213 William Edmund* Berryman, b. Sept. 3, 1818, Cin- 
cinnati. By 2d m , b. C. : 

10214 Margaret* Harrison, b. July 30, 1823, m. C. Dec. 26, 
1840, Charles George of C. 

10215 Lucinda Alice* Harrison, b. Mar. 5, 1825, m. 1st, C, 
Oct. 14, 1841, Henry Ingraham, he d. C. Jiily 20, 1848. She m. 
2d, C, James Ritter. Of Cincinnati, It. police. Oliver Relief' 
Harrison, b. May 27, 1827, d. Nov. 13, 1856, unm. 

4332. 

Muth 7 Lord {Mary* Hovey, Abigail, Benj.*), d. Evansport, Defi- 
ance co., O., Oct. 31, 1873-4, a. 76, m. 1st in O., 1815, Aaron Ben- 
nett, b. n. Richmond, Va., 1793, d. St. Louis, Mo., Nov., 1817, s. 
William and Mary ; trader, Cincinnati, O. She m. 2d, Cincin- 
nati, 1 819, John Lewis, b. Scotland, d. Cincin., or New Orleans, 
La., 1821. She m. 3d, as 2d w., Rev. William Frasier, he d. Ger- 
mantown, O. (he m. 1st, Ltccindd 1 Lord 4-4326). She m. 4th, 
Rev. John Kemp. She m. 5th, Rev. John Stout, preacher in 
that part of O. Ch. b. Cincinnati, by 1st m.: 

+ 10216 Aaron* Bennett, b. Dec. 14, 1815. By 2d m.: 
4- 10217 Mary Jane* Lewis, b. May 28, 1820. 3d, 4th, and 
5 th m.: s. p. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



4333. 



1267 



Jonathan? Lord (Mary* Hovey), d. Newtown co., O., 1850, a. 
50, m. 1st, N., Jan. 22, 1824, Sarah Stewart, b. Ireland, d. N. ab. 
1833, da. Alexander and Sarah (McKibbin, or Kibben). He m. 
2d, Newtown, Dec. 25, 1834, Mrs. Margaret (Hatfield) Jones, b. 
in Va. Nov. 13, 26, 1802, d. Tobasco, Clermont co., O., Sept. 26, 
1864, wid. of John Jones, da. William and Nancy (Craig). Ch. 
by 1st m.: David Alexander* Lord, b. Oct. 24, 1824, d. Aug. 28, 
1825. 

102 r8 Mary Jane* Lord, b. Jan. 5, 1825, d. New Orleans, 
La., about 1855, m. after leaving home, went to N. O. 

-(-10219 Sarah Ann* Lord, b. Apr. 6, 1828. Nancy* Lord, b. 
Dec. 14, 1830, d. fall of 1832, same day as Julia Ann 6 ; Julia Ann* 
Lord, b. Feb. 8, 1832, d. fall of 1832, same day as Nancy*; Eliza* 
Lord, b. Feb. 8, 1832, d. Batavia, O., 1847. By 2d m.: 

-f- 10220 Emetine* Lord, b. Sept. 25, 1835. 

-j-10221 Julia Ann* Lord, b. Jan. 23, 1837-8, Newtown, O. 
10222 Almira Jane* Lord, b. July 11, 1844, m. N. June 5, 
1872, James Hanks, b. Decatur co., Ind. (n. Greensburg), Aug. 
28, 1842, s. William and Elizabeth (Kanatzar), 1. Tobasco, joiner, 
s. p. Adopted ch.: Arthur Hanks, b. Sept. 21, 1873, Pleasant 
Ridge tp., Hamilton co., O. 

Jonatharf Lord dwelt Newtown. Margaret Hatfield m. 1st, 
John Jones. Ch.: Elizabeth Jones, m. Mar., 1845, Augustus 
Ayres, he d. 1859 ; ch. b. Newtown : George Ayres, d. young; 
Fanny Ayres, d., a. 6 ; William H. Ayres, 1. Newtown ; William 
Jones, m. in Ind., Rebecca Houks, 1. Tobasco ; ch.: 5. 

4335. 

Abiel Hovey 7 Lord {Mary* Hovey), m. Belief ontaine, Logan 
co., O., May 27, 1824, Letitia McCloud, b. Green co., O., Feb. 14, 
1805, died Bellefontaine Aug. 22, 1875, da. Judge William and 
Elizabeth (Boswell). Ch. b. Bellefontaine : 

-)-io223 Maria Eliza* Lord, b. Apr. 23, 1825. 

-j-10224 Lucinda* Lord, b. July 2, 1828. 

10225 Minerva* Lord, b. Apr. 15, 1830, m. George Morton* 
Hackenger + 10228. • 

-f-10226 Richard Spring Canby* Lord, b. Oct. 26,1832. Caro- 
line* Lord, b. Dec. 15, d. 24, 1844. 

Dr. Abiel Hovef Lord, after a proper course of medical study, 
settled in Bellefontaine, where he has practiced medicine since 
May 28, 1823, and still res., 1879. Elected 3 times treasurer of 
Logan co. 

4337. 

Abigail 1 Lord {Mary* Hovey), m. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 16, 1828, 
Proteus Hackenger, b. Baden, Germany, June 9, 1806, s. Joseph 
and Clara (Wyman). Dwelt Delhi, Hamilton county, O., 1. 1880 
Sedamsville, Hamilton co., O., farmer. Ch. b. in or n. Cincin- 
nati, O., and bap.- into the Roman Catholic Church (to foil, 
descendants of Abigail 7 Lord, have been added to 1880 : 1 grand- 
daughter 3 , and 1 great-grandson 1 ") : 

10227 Mary Alice* Hackenger, b. Oct. 16, 1830, m. C. Sept. 



I2 68 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

12, 1850, Phillip Hoffman, b. C. Mar. 4, 1827, s.. Phillip and Mary 
Wyatt (Golder), of Baldwin's sta., O.; ch.: Phillip" Hoffman, b. 
Aug. 27, C, d. Nov. 4, 1850; Charles* Hoffman, b. Sept. 9, 185 1, 
C; Phillip 9 Hoffman (ag\), b. Jan. 14, 1854, C, d. Sept. 11, 1875 ; 
Francis 9 Hoffman, b. Feb. 24, 1856, Jackson, O., d. Mar. 17, i860 ; 
Alice" Hoffman, b. Jan. 16, 1858, J.; William* Hoffman, b. Feb. 5, 
i860, J.; Laura 9 Hoffman, b. Mar. 15, 1862, Newport, Campbell 
co., Ky.; Agnes 9 Hoffman, b. Feb. 1, 1865, Miami, O.; John 9 Hoff- 
man, b. Aug. 3, 1867, Aberdeen, Brown co., O. Josephine* Hack- 
enger, b. Mar. 16, 1833, d. May 2, 185 1. 10228 George Martin or 
Morton* Hackenger, b. June 20, 1835, Cincin., m. 1st, Bellefon- 
taine, O., Aug. 6, 1862, Minerva* Lord +10225 {Abiel hs Lord), she 
d. B. Oct. 3, 1876, a. 46. He m. 2d, B., Dec. 20, 1877, Ada Eva 
Stierwalt, b. B. May 4, 1858, da. Andrew and Martha (McFad- 
den), farmer. Ch. by 1st m., b. Bellefontaine : Richard Lord 9 
Hackenger, b. Mar. 29, 1864; James Clarence 9 Hackenger, Apr. 12, 
1869. William Henry* Hackenger, b. Nov. 18, 1838, d. July 14, 1841. 

10229 Agnes* Hackenger, b. Jan. 6, 1840, m. Cincinnati May 
1, i860, Francis Garritt Frommeyer, b. C. Apr. 17, 1839, Sedams- 
ville Jan. 30, 1876, s. John Frederic and Mary Elizabeth (Straw- 
camp), she 1. Sedamsv. Ch. b. near Cincinnati : Mary Frances 9 
Frommeyer, b. Sept. 1, 1862 ; Agnes Philomena 9 Frommeyer, May 
18, 1864; Josephine 9 Frommeyer, b. Apr. 2, 1866, d. Oct. 12, 1867 ; 
John Francis Edward 9 Frommeyer, b. Oct. 2, 1868 ; Albert Eugene 9 
Frommeyer, May 30, 1870 ; Vincent Frederic* Frommeyer, b. Feb. 
22, d. Nov. 2, 1873 ; Arthur Ferdinand 9 Frommeyer, b. Mar. 29, 1875. 

10230 Mary Magdalene* Hackenger, b. Mar. 17, 1843, m - 
Cincin. Sept. 26, 1865, Joseph Ernst, b. Westphalia, Prussia, Dec. 
10, 1836, s. Frances and Ann Maria (Wilmers). Of Ste. Gene- 
vieve, Ste. Genevieve co., Mo. Ch.: Francis Joseph Adam 9 Ernst, 
b. Sept. 23, 1866, St. Peters, Franklin co., Ind.; John Edward 9 
Ernst, Nov. s, 1868, New Offenburg, Ste. Genevieve co., Mo.; 
William Anthony 9 Ernst, b. Nov. 26, 1870, New O., d. New O. 
June 1.2, 1871 ; Mary Alice 9 Ernst, b. May 3, 1872, New O.; Flor- 
ence 9 Ernst, b. Nov. 6, 1874, St. Gen.; Henry 9 Ernst, b. Jan. 13, St. 
G., d. St. G. 17, 1877. Ada*. 

1023 1 William Henry* Hackenger, b. Mar. 17, 1845, m. Cine. 
Jan. 24, 1868, Elizabeth Christina Cook, .b. Delhi, O., Jan. 22, 
1849, da. William and Christina (Felwich). Of Sedamsv., 
farmer. Ch.: Louisa May 9 Hackenger, b. Oct. 17, 1868, 1. home ; 
William Henry 9 Hackenger, b. June 30, d. Aug. 31, 1872 ; James 
Fitter 9 Hackenger, b. Jan. 10, 1874, 1. home ; John Cook 9 Hackenger, 
Dec. 4, 1875, 1. home. 

10232 James Fitter* Hackenger, b. Aug. 20, 1846, unm. Of 
Cine, hotel clerk. 10233 Joseph Lord* Hackenger, Nov. 15, 1849, 
unm.; of Cine. 10234 Charles Francis* Hackenger, July 20, 1853, 
unm.; of Cine. 10235 Sarah Jane* Hackenger, July 3, 1856, unm; 
of Sedamsville. 

4338. 

RllfuS Billings' Hovey (Ruftts Cleveland* Hovey, Abigails, Ben.*, 

jo.", Sam.»), d. Albany, Vt., Jan. 9, 1844, a - 49> m - Williamstown, 
Vt, Jan. 14, 1819, Polly Kendall, b. W. July 7, 1797, da. Timothy 
and Eunice (Houghton). She 1., 1878, Albany, Vt. He was 
widely known. Ch. : 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. ^69: 

+ 10236 George* Hovey, b. Nov. 6, 181 9, Brookfield, Vt.; Son*, 
b. and. d. B. Aug. 2, 1821; Daughter 9 , b. and d. B. July 23, 1822. 
+ 10237 Elias Seabury* Hovey, b. Oct. 4, 1823, Brookfield, Vt. 

10238 John Billings* Hovey, b. Nov. 27, 1825, B., m. Albany,.. 
Vt., May 26, 1853, Ellen Chamberlin, b. A. Nov. 4, 1824, da. Eli 
and Achsah (Delano), 1. Albany, farmer. Ch. b. A. : Wallace 
Henry" Hovey, Oct. 13, 1854; Lillie Ellen* Hovey, b. Aug. 17, 1858, 
d. Aug. 25, 1869; Selma Violet 9 Hovey, b. Feb. 1, 1861. 

10239 Alvin* Hovey, b. Aug. 7, 1827, Albany, Vt., m. 1st A., 
Jan. i8 y 1853, Lydia Abby Smith, b. Vershire, Vt., Feb. 4, 1827, 
d. Alb. Apr. 20, 1870, da. Silas and Lucy (White). He m. 2d, 
Coral, Mc Henry co., 111., Mar. 14, 187 1, Susan Eliza Clemons, b. 
Wells, Vt, Feb. 23, 1836, da. Wesley and Lucretia (Smith); res. 
1877-90, Burr Oak, Jewell co., Kan., photographer. While liv- 
ing in Vt. he had a severe accident at Bellows Falls, Windham. 
co., Vt., Aug. 3, 1853, at a sawing machine; was treated by Dr. 
Jennings of New Bedford, Mass. ; surgical operation pub. in 
Herald and Journal, N. Bedford, and copied into other papers. 
Ch. by 1st m., b. Albany : Da 9 , b. and d. A., May 23, 1862; Son\ 
b. and d. A., Apr. 17, 1864 ; Da. 9 , b. and d. A. Apr. 17, 1864; 
George", b. May 3, d. A., 13, 1865. By 2d m. ; Da. 9 , b. and d. 
Coral Oct. 8, 1872; William Alvin* Hovey, b. Feb. 8, 1874, Evans- 
ton, 111. Son*, b. July 9, 1829, Albany, d. July 9, 1829. 

10240 Lewis* Hovey, b. Jan. 3, 18.31, A., d. Swanton, Butler 
co., la., Apr. 5, 1877, m. Linn co., la., July 15, 1855, Marcia A. 
Ufford, b. Glover, Vt, June 28, 1832, da. Thomas Jefferson and 
Sophia Huntington (Cutler). She 1., 1879, Swanton. Ch. : 
Clara Sophia 9 Hovey, b. July 5, 1862, Littleton, la., d. S. Mar. 15, 
1867 ; Julia Idella 9 Hovey, b. Oct. 3, 1864, L. ; Hattie Ellsworth 9 
Hovey, b. Oct. 19, 1866, Swanton, d. Sept. 9, 1870 ; Emma Polly 9 
Hovey, b. Oct. 17, 1868, S. 

10241 Elijah Adams* Hovey, b. Feb. 13, 1833, Albany, m. A. 
July 4, 1857, Rhoda Lyman, b. Glover, dwelt South Evanston, 
Cook co., 111. ; 1. Tampico, Whiteside co., 111., drive well business. 
Ch. : Adele 9 Hovey, b. ab. 1859, d. Dec. 25, 1869; Silas 9 Hovey, b. 
ab. 1 861; Maurice 9 Hovey, b. ab. 1864. 

10242 Timothy Kendall* Hovey, b. Oct. 20, 1835, Albany, m. 
Littleton, Dec. 15, i860, Electa B. Little, b. La Salle co., 111., Jan. 
20, 1844, da. Moses and Sarah (Cook), 1. Littleton, miller. Ch. : 
Alice 9 Hovey, b. Apr. 18, 1862, Butler co./Ia., d. Sept. 6, 1863; 
Nellie M 9 Hovey, b. Feb. 9, 1864, B. co. ; Susie 9 Hovey, b. Mar. 14^ 
1871, Clay co., Dak.; Edmund L. 9 Hovey, b. July 30, 1873, C. co. 

10243 Mary Ann 3 Hovey, b, Aug. 30, 1837, Albany, m. A. 
Dec. 27, 1858, Madison Cowles, b. Irasburg, Vt, Apr. 7, 1833, s. 
Charles and Anna (Metcalf), 1. Albany, builder. Ch. : Da 9 , b. 
and d. Dec. 30, 1862; Almira Howard 9 Cowles, b. Mar. 21, 1864;" 
Son 9 , b. and d. Dec. 2, 1865; Archie Billings 9 Cowles, b. Jan. 5, d. 
Sept. 11, 1870; Roscoe Madison 9 Cowles, b. Mar. 4, 1871; Clarence 
Porter 9 Cowles,b. Aug. 30, 1875 J Herbert Hayes 9 Cowles, Aug. 10, 
1877. 

10244 Emily Darling* Hovey, b. July 4, 1839, Albany, m.; 
Independence, la., Jan. 10, 1871, as 2d w., : Jesse Rogers Beede,, 
b. Albany, Aug. 28, 1837, s. Nathan and Mary A. (Rogers). (He 
m. 1st Susan Livingston* Hovey-}- 10245.) !• Vermillion, Clay cor, 
Dak., farmer. Ch. : Addie Electa 9 Beede, b. Sept. 1, 1875. 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



10245 Susan Livingston'' Hovey, b. Jan. 14, 1842, Albany, Vt., 
d. Sept. 8, 1870, m. A. Aug. 10, 1862, as 1st w.', Jesse Rogers 
Beede. (He m. 2d Emily Darling 9 Hovey, + 10244.) Ch. : Willie 
Hovey 9 Beede, b. July 30, 1867. 

4340. 

Orange 1 Hovey (xu/us Cleveland* Hovey), m. 1st, Chelsea, Vt., 
Feb. 5, 1818, Clarissa Williams, b. C. Apr. 15, 1799, d. Albany, Vt., 
June 9, 1855, da. Charles and Anna (Perry). He m. 2d, Crafts- 
bury, Vt., Dec. 12, 1855, Mrs. Louisa Maria (Wood) Hidden, b. 
Craftsb. Jan. 20, 1800, wid. Oliver Hidden, da. Dexter and Mary 
(Lines), 1. Craftsbury, 1878, farmer. Ch. : 

10246 Orange 6 Hovey, b. Oct. 9, 181 8, Brookfield, Vt., m. 
Belgrade, Me., March 2, 1845, Matilda Abbey Penney, b. Belg. 
Dec. 4, 1825, da. George Hamilton and Jane (Bickford), 1. West 
Waterville, Kennebec co., Me., scythe mfr. Ch. b. North 
Wayne, Kennebec co., Me. : Son 9 , b. and d. Sept. 23, 1846; Son 9 , 
b. and d. Oct. 31, 1847; George Lorin 9 Hovey, b. Nov. 7, 1855, unm., 
1. W. Waterv., R. R. express. 

10247 Clarissa Ann* Hovey, b. Sept. 8, 1820, Brookf., m. 
Albany, Feb. 12, 185 1, Jonathan Hartwell Wheeler, b. Amherst, 
N. H., Nov. 5, 182-1, s. Jonathan and Polly (McClure), 1. Oshkosh, 
Wis., sash and blind mfr. Ch. : George Hartwell 9 Wheeler, 
b. March 23, 1852, Nashua, N. H., unm., 1. Milwaukee, Wis., 
accountant ; Frank Hovey 9 Wheeler, March 20, 1859, Merrimac, 
Hillsborough co., N. H., 1. Milwaukee, accountant. Abiel* Hovey, 
b. Jan. 23, 1822, Brookf., d. Northfield, Vt, Sept. 8, 1826. 

10248 Oliver Perry* Hovey, b. July 22, 1825, Northf., d. Santa 
Fe, Santa Fe co., N. M., Aug. 9, 1862, m. a Mexican lady, name 
unk.; rem. to New Orleans, La., thence to Hudson's Bay; in 
Mexican war 1846, joined Col. Boriphan's reg. on the plains, 
reg. went to Santa Fe. After peace was editor and proprietor 
Santa Fe Republican, see Bibliography, Chap. IV; printer. Ch.: 2. 

10249 Luanda* Hovey, b. Sept 4, 1828, Northf., m. Albany, 
Dec. 27, 1846, Josiah D. Hood, b. Chelsea June 9, 1817, d. C. 
Jan. 6, 1878, s. Amos and Sally (Smith). She 1. Chelsea. Ch. : 
Oliver Ferry 9 Hood, b. Mar. 11, 1849, Alb., m. Chel., Feb. 19, 1873, 
Abbie Louisa Tucker ; • Clara Amanda 9 Hood, b. Jan. 3, 185 1, Alb., 
d. Chel. June 4, 1863; Alice May 9 Hood, b. June 11, 1858, C, d. 
C. May 29, 1863 ; Emma Minnie 9 Hood, b. Oct. 8, 1867, Washing- 
ton, Vt.. 10250 William Palmer* Hovey, b. Oct. 8, 1-831, Northf., 
1., 1 87 1, Downieville, Cal. 

1025 1 Amanda Malvina* Hovey, b. Jan. 10, 1837, Northf., d. 
Alb. Aug. 10, 1875, m. A. Mar. 3, 1862, George Stephen Fogg, b. 
Chelsea June 30, 1838, s. Stephen and Dorothy (Smith), 1. North 
Tunbridge, Orange co., Vt. Ch. : Da 9 , b. and d. Aug. 31, 1872. 

434 U 

Silas'' Hovey (Ru/us Cleveland* Hovey), d. Albany, Vt., July 29, 
1868, a. 67, m. Chelsea, Vt., Apr., 1823, Polly Annis, b. C., Mar. 
8, 1801, d. Albany, Aug. 21, 1859, da. Solomon and Susan (Bos- 
worth), farmer. Ch. : 

+10252 William* Hovey, b. May 23, 1824, Brookfield, Vt., 
Mary*, b. July 26, 1826, Alb., d. Mar. 9, 1832. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



I271 



-f-10253 Ariel Burnham* Hovey, b. Feb. 9, 1829, Albany, Vt. 
Laura*, b. Feb. 21, A., d. Apr. 14, 1831 ; Silas*, b. Feb. 2, 1833, 
A., d. Aug. 15, 1 841 ; Mar/, b. July 17, 1835, A., d. Aug. 16, 
1841 ; Ziba*, b. May 26, 1838, A., d. July 13, 1844. 

10254 Lauretta P.* Hovey, b. Nov. 14, 1840, A., m. A., Aug. 
27, 1859, Henry Lathrop Kendall, b. Cavendish, Vt., Sept. 17, 
1836, s. Austin and Marcia (Harrington), 1. Tiffin, O., jeweler. 
Ch. : Willie 9 Kendall, b. Oct. 24, 1861, Albany, d. Mar. 1, 1864; 
George Wood 9 Kendall, b. Dec. 21, 1865, A., d. Mar. 29, 1866; 
Ella May 9 Kendall, b. May 7, 187 1, Tiffin. 

4342. 

JHiodcb 1 Hovey (xtifus Cleveland* Hovey), d. Chelsea, Vt., June 
22, July 6, 1878, a. 75, m. Brookfield, Vt, Nov. 27, 1823, Moses 
Ordway, b. Tunbridge, Vt, July 7, 1798, d. Williamstown, Vt, 
Nov. 6, 1866, s. Moses and Nancy (Bean), farmer. Ch. : 

+ 10255 Charlotte Elizabeth* Ordway, b. Aug. 31, 1824, Wil- 
liamstown. 

-j- 10256 Franklin* Ordway, b. Jan. 19, 1826. 

10257 Martin Frederic 9 Ordway, b. Dec. 11, 1827, m. 
Brookfield, June 7, 1852, Diana Burnham, b. Aug. 18, 1833, da. 

Ariel and Sally (Paine), 1. Chelsea, farmer. Ch. : ", b. 

Apr. 19, d. 20, 1853; Ella Diana 9 Ordway, b. Jan. 28, 1856; 
Addie Sallie 9 Ordway, Oct. 13, 1858 ; Frederic 9 Ordway, Aug. 5, 
1863 ; Grace* Ordway, Aug. 4, 1874. 

4343. 

Simeon Skinner' Hovey (ru/us Cleveland* Hovey), d. Albany, 
Vt, Feb. 15, 1842, a. 33, m. 1st, A., Nov. 26, 1833, Emeline 
Chamberlain, b. A., Nov. 10, 181 2, d. A., July 5, 1834, da. Eli 
and Sally (Stanley). He m. 2d, Brownington, Vt., Nov. 28, 
1835, Ann Bliss Gross, b. B., Apr. 3, 1818, d. Newbury, Vt., Mar. 
17, 1865, da. Col. Gilbert and Esther Burgess (Hilliard). (She 
m. again, see below). 1st m., s. p. Ch. by 2d m. : Henry La 
Fayette*, b. Jan. 25, 1838, Albany, d. A., Feb. 25, 1841. 

10258 Henry Mar* Hovey, b. Oct. 29, 1840, m. Derby Line, 
Orleans co., Vt, July 7, 1862, William Jondro, b. Derby L., 
July 18, 1837; s - Joseph D. and Charlotte (Mitchell), 1. Derby L., 

. 1878. s. p. 

10259 Harriet Almira* Hovey, b. May 17, 1842, d. Chicopee, 
Mass., May 16, 1878, m. C., May 12, 1864, Joseph Addison 
Carter, b. Plymouth, Windsor co., Vt., Sept. 12, 1835, s. Horatio 
Nelson and Marcia Salome (Brown), 1. Chicopee. Ch. b. Chic- 
opee : Mary Ella 9 Carter, Mar. 9, 1866 ; Belle 9 Carter, Jan. 29, 
1868; Addison Hovey 9 Carter, b. Mar. 13, 1869, d. Sept. 8, 1869; 
Edith Hovey 9 Carter, b. Aug. 13, 1870 ; Helen Gertrude 9 Carter, 
Feb. 25, 1872 ; Nelson Brown 9 Carter, June 1, 1876 ; George Wil- 
liam 9 Carter, Apr. 26, 1878. 

Hon. Simeon Skinner' Hovey resided Albany, merchant ; 
Democratic member Vermont Legislature, 1841. Mrs. Ann 
Bliss (Gross) Hovey m. Bennington, Vt, May 21, 1847, Joseph 
Wooley of Derby L. Ch. b. Derby L. : Charles Henry Wooley, 
b. Feb. 20, 1848 ; George Gross Wooley, Feb. 14, 1850. 



1272 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



4345. 



Laura 7 Hovey (ru/u S Cleveland* Hovey), d. Albany, Vt., Jan. 
12, 1868, a. 55, m. A., Dec. 13, 1831, Seth Phelps, b. Pembroke, 
N. H., Apr. 6, 1804, s. Joshua and Hannah (Fowler), 1. Albany, 
farmer. Ch. : 

10260 Simonds -Fowler* Phelps, b. Mar. 17, 1834, m. New- 
port, Vt., Dec. 15, i860, Susan Jane Critchett, b. Epsom, Merri- 
mack co., N. H., Mar. n, 1839, da. Aaron and Mahala (Noyes), 1. 
Lowell, Orleans co., Vt, farmer. Ch. : George Hovey* Phelps, b. 
July 17, 1862, L. ; Ida Belle 9 Phelps, June 16, 1866, A. 10261 
George Hovey* Phelps, b. Feb. 13, 1838, d. Jan. 2, 1862, unm. 
10262 Betsey Grant* Phelps, b. Mar. 31, 1843, unm. 

4346. 

Horace Nelson? Hovey (nu/us Cleveland* Hovey), d. Lowell, 
Vt, May 15, 1882, a. 67, m. ist, Irasburgh, Vt, May 26, 1836, 
Fanny Caroline Kellum, b. I., Oct. 29, 1814, d. Lowell, Feb. 12, 
1873, da. John and Deborah (Haines). He m. 2d, Bethel, Vt, 
Dec. 23, 1873, Myrtilla Eglantine Hitchcock, b. Westfield, Vt., 
Sept. 29, 1837, da. Newton and Submit (Perkins). Ch. by ist 
m. b. Albany : 10263 Charles Kellum* Hovey, b. July 14, 1837, d. 
A., July 23, 1879, unm., of Lowell. 

10264 Arthur Judson* Hovey (Rev.), b. Apr. 3, 1842, m. 
Providence, R. I., June 27, 1872, Ella Experience Mason, b. P., 
Jan. 4, 1840, da. Nathan and Emeline (Armington). Pastor of 
the Baptist church in Stoneham, Mass., 1878. Ch. : Da.*, b. 
Apr. 15, d. June 19, 1873 ? Horace Mason* Hovey, b. Apr. 6, 1877. 

10265 Laura Elizabeth* Hovey, b. Mar. 12, 1847, teacher, 
Boston, Mass. 

10266 Annie Catharine* Hovey, b. Aug. 6, 1852, 1. Lowell. 

10267 Fannie Caroline* Hovey, b. Aug. 6, 1852, m. Stoner 
ham, May 5, 1874, Dr. Anson Joseph Golden, b. Sutton, P. Q., 
May 15, 1848, s. Warden and Eliza Elizabeth (Moffet), 1. Maiden 
Rock, Pierce co., Wis., physician and surgeon. Ch. : Verna 
Jennie* Golden, b. Apr. 30, 1876, River Falls, Pierce co., Wis. ; 
Laura Elizabeth* Golden, Nov. 3, 1878, Maiden R. 

10268 Albert Silas* Hovey, b. Sept 28, 1856, m. Stoneham, 
July 9, 1879, Ella Harris, 1. Stoneham, salesman. ' 

Rev. Horace Nelson 1 Hovey, Baptist clergyman, entered the 
ministry, 1842, pastor church in Albany, 1843 to 1866, in that 
time had pastoral charge of the Newport, Vt, church 8 years, 
and in Irasburg 3 years, preaching. From July, 1876, pastor of 
the Lowell, Vt., church. 

4347. 

Lola or LiOWly'' Sanderson (Rebecca* Hovey, Abigail, Benj.4, 

Josephs, Samuel 2 ), d. Osakis, Douglas co., Minn., May 19, 1875, a. 79, 
m. Chelsea, Vt., Jan. 1, 1815, Gurdon Lincoln, b. Windham, 
Windham co., Vt., Jan. 25, 1787, d. Madison, O., July 5, 1864, s. 
Samuel and Prudence (Lincoln). He was a soldier of 181 2. 
Ch. : 

10269 Oliver Gurdon* Lincoln, b. Oct. 31, 1816, Chelsea, ra. 
C, May 13, 1875, Mary Augusta Hood, b. C, Feb. 28, 1836, da. 



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1273 



Elihu and Eliza (Stevens), always dwelt Chelsea, where 1. 1878, 
farmer, s. p. 

10270 Samuel* Lincoln, b. Apr. 25, 1818, C, m. 1st, Glover, 
Vt., July 3, 185 1, Mary Patterson Vance, b. G., May 13, 1822, d. 
Albany, Vt., July 10, i860, da. John M. G. and Laura (Patter- 
son). He m. 2d, Newport, Vt., July 10, 1861, Violetta Rebecca 
Jones, b. N., June 27, 1832, da. Ebenezer and Rebecca (Adams), 

1. Newport, farmer. Ch. by 1st m. : Alice Marietta* Lincoln, b. 
Mar. 6, 1855; Samuel 3 Lincoln, b. Sept. 22, d. 24, 1857 ; Da. 9 , b. 
and d. July 2, i860. 2d m. : s. p. 

1027 1 Roswell* Lincoln, b. Nov. 9, 1819, Chelsea, d. C, Dec. 
24, 1874, m. C, Nov. 10, 1841, Lucy D. Hood, b. C, June 19, 1823, 
da. Amos and Sally (Smith), she 1. Manchester, N. H. Ch.: 
Marcella 9 Lincoln, b. June 19, 1844, Albany. 

-(-10272 Almira Lola 9, Lincoln, b. Aug. 14, 1822, Walden, Cale- 
donia co., Vt. 

-{-10273 Ja?nes Sanderson* Lincoln, b. July 14, 1824, Walden, 
Vt. 

10274 Levina s Lincoln, b. Dec. 17, 1825, W., m. 1st, North- 
field, Vt., May 17, 1846, Eri Wood Wilder, b. Stark, Coos co., N. 
H., Oct.. 14, 1818, s. Daniel and Elizabeth (Blake). Divorced. 
He dwelt in Defiance co., O., 1. 1879, xri Mo., farmer. She m. 
2d, Elmore, Ottawa co., O., Nov. 11, 1870; Thomas Blake, born 
Canada, July 25, 1818, a s. John. Separated. He 1. Genoa, Ot- 
tawa co., O. She 1., so supposed, in or n. Cleveland, O. Both 
m.: s. p. 

10275 Alvin Hovey* Lincoln, born June 19, 1828, Danville, 
Caledonia co., Vt., m. Alexandria, Douglas co., Minn., Oct. 18, 
1874, Catharine Louisa Graham, b. Madison, Sandusky co., O., 
da. Isaac and Sarah Jane (Biddle), 1. Wadena, Wadena co., Minn. 
Ch. : Carrie May 9 Lincoln, b. Mar. 2, 1876, Osakis. 

10276 Prudence* Lincoln, b. Feb. n, 1 831, Walden, m. Al- 
bany, June 28, 1853, Hiram Mason Works, b. Craftsbury, Vt., 
May 7, 1832, s. Hiram Mason and Nancy (Gates), 1. Mountain 
Lake, Cottonwood co., Minn. Ch.: Francis Adelbert 9 Works, b. 
Sept. 1, 1858; Charles Hiram 9 Works, Aug. 14, i860. 

10277 Rebecca* Lincoln, b. Apr. 14, 1833, Walden, d. Albany, 
Apr. 10, 185 1. 

10278 Emily* Lincoln, b. June 29, 1836, Chelsea, m. Madi- 
son, O., Dec. 7, 1865, Martin Van Buren* McCrillis 4-10289 {Re- 
becca-< Sanderson), 1. Mountain Lake, farmer. Ch.: Ida May 9 McCril- 
lis, b. Sept. 25, 1866; Jessie Myrtle 9 McCrillis, b. Apr. 11, 1868; 
Lovell Milan 9 and Milo Lowell 9 McCrillis (tw.), b. Dec. 24, 1870. 

4348. 

Electa 1 Scmdevsoit (Rebecca* Hovey), died Lower Sandusky, 
now Fremont, O., Oct. 3, 1846, a. 49, m. Williamstown, Vt., Dec. 
26, 1822, Joshua Luce, b. W., Dec. 7, 1796, d. Lower S., Feb. 10, 
1842, a s. Daniel and Edith (Bakeman), farmer. Ch.: 

10279 Edith* Luce, b. Feb. 21, 1824, Williamst, d. W., Oct. 

2, 1846, m. Fremont, May 27, 1843, her cousin, Ephraim Luce 
Flynt, b. Williamst, Mar. 12, 1818, s. Leonard and Annie (Luce), 
1. Willimantic, Conn., 1879, merch. s. p. 



1274 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



10280 Simon* Luce, b. July 19, 1825, Williamst., m. Mattole 
Valley, Humboldt co., Cal.,, Feb. 21, i860, Mary Ann Flenner, b. 
in Mo., Apr. 19, 1845, da. Simon Peter Cartrite and Pheba 
(Pruett), 1. Petrolia, Humboldt co., Cal. Ch.: William* Luce, b. 
Mar. 4, 1861, Mattole V.; Amelia? Luce, b. May 13, 1863, M. V.; 
Hettie 9 Luce, b. May 6, 1865, M. V., d. Mar. 24, 1867 ; George* Luce, 
b. June 15, 1867, M. V.; Ida 9 Luce, b. Dec. 18, 1869, Salmon Creek, 
Eel River, Humboldt co., Cal.; Lillie 9 Luce, b. Feb. 24, 1878, S. 
C.; Rose 9 Luce, b. Dec. 24, 1877, S. C. 

10281 Daniel* Luce, b. May 25, 1827, Williamst., m. in Ky., 
Jan. 15, 1854, Elizabeth. Lovina Cull, born Washington co., Ky., 
Apr. 26, 1836, 1. Haywood, Cal. Ch.: Lucinda Frances" Luce, b. 
Dec. 23, 1854, H., m. H., Mar. 2, 1879, Charles Prous; Eliza Lo- 
vina 9 Luce, b. Aug. 20, 1856, H., d. Jan. 15, 1857 ; George Pierce 9 
Luce, b. Jan. 17, 1861; Alice Crowell 9 Luce, Dec. 7, 1866; Mary 
Amelia 9 Luce, Sept. 9, 1868. 

-(-10282 Amelia* Luce, b. Mar. 31, 1829, Oxford, Erie co., O. 

10283 George* Luce, b. Nov. 11, 1830, Oxford, d. Fremont, 
May 10, 1850. 

10284 Joshua* Luce, b. Apr. 18, 1836, Townsend, Sandusky 
co., O., m. Put-in Bay, Ottawa co., O., Oct. 4, 1867, Lucinda 
Longnecker, da. Benjamin and Matilda (Gillett), 1. Haywood. 
Ch.: Oliver 9 Luce, b. Sept. 18, 1868, Put-in B., d. Santa Rosa, Cal., 
Dec. 30, 1875 ; Frank* Luce, b. Dec. i2 s 1869, Contra Costa co., 
Cal.; Annie Pauline 9 Luce, Aug. 12, 1871, Hayw.; Ida May 9 . Luce, 
May 27, 1874, Livermore, Alameda co., Cal. 

4350. 

Rebecca? Sanderson {Rebecca* Hovey), d. while visiting her 
bro. and sister in Ind., Mar. 4, 1880, a. 79, m. Brookfield, Vt., 
Nov. 1, 1818, Brigham McCrillis, b. Corinth, Vt., Apr. 18, 1796, 
d. Sherman, Huron co., O., June 17, 1864, s. Robert and Rachel 
(Lovell). Farmer. She dwelt, 187 8, Weavers Corners, O. Ch.: 
Son*, b. Dec. 3, Corinth, d. 14, 181 9. 

10285 Harriet* McCrillis, b. May 7, 1821, C, d. Richland 
co., O., Jan. 12, 1850, m. 1st, Norwalk, O., Sept. 25, 1840, John 
Hinkle, he died New London, Huron co., O., Jan. 31, 1845, son 
David and Eva. She m. 2d, Richland co., Aug., 1847, Davis 
Crowl, he d. Aug. 18, 1850. Ch. by 1st m.: James 9 Hinkle, born 
Mar. 2, 1842, died Sept. 2, 1843 5 John Calvin 9 Hinkle, b. Sept. 18, 
1843, d. May 10, 1844; Harriet Jane 9 Hinkle, b. May 30, 1845, d. 
Oct. 17, 1858. By 2d m.: Anna Rebecca 9 Crowl, b. June, 1848, d. 
Jan. 30, 1850. 

+ 10286 Brigham Lovell* McCrillis, b. Oct. 26, 1823, Williams- 
town, Vt. 

+ 10287 Daniel Hovey* McCrillis, b. Feb. 9, 1826, W. 

10288 Samuel Hovey* McCrillis, b. Aug. 22, 1827, Dresden, 
N. Y., m. Steuben, Pa., Apr. 3, 1859, Lovisa Bunce, b. Broome 
co., N. Y., Oct. 24, 1840, da. Jacob and Mary Ann (Fields), 1. 
Monroeville, O., farmer. Ch.: Francis 9 McCrillis, born Feb. 23, 
i860 ; Ina Rebecca 9 McCrillis, b. Mar. 8, 1862, died Mar. 12, 1865 ; 
Selden 9 McCrillis, born Nov. 12, 1864; Orvie 9 McCrillis, Mar. 16, 
1867; Cora Ann 9 McCrillis, Mar. 14, 1869; Florence 9 McCrillis, 



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1275 



Feb. 26, 187 1 ; Burton 9 McCrillis, Aug. 4, 1873; Joel Sanderson 9 
McCrillis, Mar. 13, 1876 ; Myrta May 9 McCrillis, Apr. 3, 1879. 
Son 8 , b. and d. Dresden, Feb. 22, 1829 ; Da.*, b. and d. D., May 
10, 1831. 

10289 Martin Van Buren" McCrillis, b. Mar. 10, 1833, D., 
m. Emily* Lincoln -f- 102 7 8. 

10290 Joseph Warren 6 McCrillis, b. July 2, 1840, Sherman, 
m. Norwalk, Dec. 28, 1869, Catherine Anna Ruth Fairchild, b. 
Cedar Village, Mich., June 1, 1851, da. John and Catherine Jane 
(McKelney), 1. Occident, Sonoma co., Cal. Ch. : Clarence War- 
ren 9 McCrillis, born Nov. 8, 187 1, d. Sept. 4, 1877; Dora Luella" 
McCrillis, b. Mar. 23, 1873 ; Lulu Louisa 9 McCrillis, Nov. 20, 1874 ; 
Frederic 9 McCrillis, Oct. 10, 1875. 

10291 Milo* McCrillis, b. Oct. 2, 1842, Sherman, m. Clyde, 
O., Oct. 2, 1867, Frances Lucinda Hollis, b. Sherman, Sept. 2, 
1846, da. Manly and Lucinda H. (Booth). Justice of Peace and 
P. M. at Weaver's Corners, manufacturer. Ch.: Bertha 9 McCril- 
lis, b. Oct. 2, 1869; Willie Manly 9 McCrillis, Nov. 15, 1873. 

4351. 

» 

Minerva? Sanderson (Rebecca* Hovey), m. Williamstown,Vt., 
Aug. 4, 1826, Jeremiah Arling, b. Portsmouth, N. H., Apr. 15, 
1805, d. Columbia City, Whitley co., Ind., Sept. 1, 1878, s. Israel 
and Hannah (Brown). Dwelt Fremont, O. She res., 1878, 
Columbia City. Ch.: 

-{-10292 Charles Wesley 9 Arling, b. May 24, 1827, Williams- 
town. Son*, b. and d. W., July 19, 1831. 

-f-10293 Asenath* Arling, b. Oct. 17, 1832, Oxford, Seneca co., 

0. Son", b. June 16, Ox., d. July 7, 1834. 

-I-10294 Minerva* Arling, b. July 27, 1835, Oxford, O. 

10295 Hannah* Arling, b. Mar. 21, 1838, Ox., m. Columbia 
City, Ind., Charles Henry Heaton, s. George and Anna (Mosier), 

1. Columbia City, builder. Ch.: 5 ; 4 living. 

10296 Harvey Hollister* Arling, b. Mar. 26, 1840, Read, 
Seneca co., O., m. 1st, Sandusky, O., Sept. 3, 1861, Lovisa Lucilla 
Woodford, b. S. Apr. 3, 1842, d. S. Mar. 6, 1867. He m. 2d, Fre- 
mont, O., Sept. 6, 1869, Eliza Cornelia Collins, b. Avon, Mich., 
Apr. 22, 1842, da. Jedediah and Barbara Ann (Sterner), 1. Fre- 
mont, book agt. Ch. b. Fremont, by 1st m.: Alfred Henry 9 Ar- 
ling, b. July 27, 1862 ; Ellen May 9 Arling, Dec. 15, 1865. By 2d 
m.: Grace Eliza 9 Arling, Jan. 4, 187 1 ; Minnie Minerva 9 Arling, 
Oct. 4, 1872 ; Reginald Collins 9 Arling, Jan. 29, 1875 ; Harvey Hol- 
lister 9 Arling, June 30, 1878. 

10297 Hiram Atwood* Arling, b. Mar. 26, 1840, Read, m. 
Maria Fought, or Foutz, 1. in or n. Columbia City. Ch.: 3 Sons 9 
and 3 Das. 9 , of whom 4 living. 

10298 Melissa* Arling, b. July 5, 1842, Sampson, O., m. 
Columbia C. Jan. 29, 1863, Simon Perkins Miner, b. Akron, O., 
d.'Columbia C. Oct. 7, 1875, s - Samuel and Betsey (Hamilton). 
10299 William Henry* Arling, b. Dec. 27, 1845, Sampson, m. Fre- 
mont, O., Castilla Skinner, 1. Fremont. Ch.: 4. 



12J6 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

4352. 

James 1 Sanderson {Rebecca* Hovey), d. Bell Park, Kanka- 
kee co., 111., Dec. 31, 1880, a. 77, m. 1st, Berlin, Huron co., 
O., Sept. 28, 1830, Sally Ann Miller, b. Mich. Oct. 16, 1808, 
d. Hunt's Corners, Huron co., O., Apr. 29, 1841, da. Thomas and 
Sally (Worthington). He m. 2d, Lyme, Huron co., O., July 4, 
1841, Almira Pattee, b. Derby, Vt, Jan. 21, 1814, da. Richard 
and Lucinda (Spaulding). Came to O. 1827, dwelt Pilot Grove, 
Newton co., Ind., farmer. Ch. by 1st m., b. Huron co.: Eliza 
Alvina*, b. June 18, 1831, d. Port Mitchell, Noble co., Ind., Aug. 
13, 1845 ; George Washington*, b. Dec. 30, 1832, d. Norwalk, O., 
Dec. 20, 1836. 

10300 Elizabeth Jane* Sanderson, b. Feb. 3, 1834, m. Mo- 
rocco, Ind., Apr. 15, 1855, Isaac Brock Wiltse, b. Farmersville, 
Can., Aug-. 30, 1830, s. Martin and Hester .(Coleman), 1. Bell 
Park. Ch.: Ida 9 Wiltse, b. July 11, 1856, Farmersv.; Albert Er- 
nest 9 Wiltse, b. May 7, 1858, Newton co., Ind.; William Erwin 9 
Wiltse, b. Apr. 19, i860, Kankakee co., 111.; Carrie May Wiltse, 
Sept. 11, 1866, K. co.; Royal Russell 9 Wiltse, Oct. 18, 1870, K. co.; 
Ann Elizabeth 9 Wiltse, Feb. 13, 1879, K. co. 

10301 Andrew Jackson* Sanderson, b. June 19, 1837, died in 
the army Dec, 1863, m. Newton co. Apr; 10, i860, Mary Cather- 
ine Brunton, da. Daniel and Margaret. Ch.: Emma Frances 9 
Sanderson, b. Nov. 24, 1862, Newton co. 

10302 Thomas Miller* Sanderson (Rev.), b. Feb. 12, 1841, 
m. Jackson, Ind., Jan. 1, i860, Mary Jane Carr, b. Kosciusko co., 
Ind., Oct. 6, 1842, da. John D. and Mary. Free-Will Baptist 
minister, ord. July, 1878, 1. Pilot Grove. Ch.: Alice Elvira 9 San- 
derson, b. June 29, 1861 ; Algernon Phillip 9 Sanderson, Oct. 25, 1864 ; 
Charles William 9 Sanderson, June 11, 1868 ; Henry Wilbur 9 San- 
derson, b. Mar. 25, 1873, d. Jan. 9, 1874; Arthur Erwin 9 Sander- 
son, b. Aug. 1, 1877. 2dm.: s. p. 

4354. 

AsenatW Sanderson {Rebecca* Hovey), m. 1st, Vermillion, 
Huron co., O., May 24, 1829, Capt Harvey Horton Hollister, b. 
Argate, Vt, Mar. 17, 1806, d. Vermillion Aug. 20, 1834, s. Jesse 
and Annie (Horton). His parents came to O. 181 5, dwelt Ver- 
million, commanded the " Louisa Jenkins " on the lakes. She 
m. 2d, Oxford, O., July 5, 1835, Rev. Oliver Atwood, b. Ware, 
N. H., Sept. 4, or b. Wendel, Oct. 4, 1809, was killed by Indians 
10 miles from his home in Iowa Terr. Sept. 20, 1838, a s. James 
and Elizabeth (McAllister), rem. to Iowa July, 1837, Methodist 
missionary in Iowa; started from home in Iowa Aug., 1838, to 
be gone 4 weeks. He was last seen at Wapsenonoc Indian vil- 
lage (now Iowa City), Cedar co., la., 10 miles from his home. Not 
returning, a search was made and his body was discovered, 
bearing marks of a tomahawk ; thought to have been killed to 
atone for death of an Indian. She m. 3d, Sherman, O., Aug. 21, 
1839, Hiram Atwood, b. Ware, or Wendel, Jan. 30, 181 6, d. Brad- 
ford, Mass., Apr. 20, 1873, a bro. to Rev. Oliver, merch. Served 
in 17th Me., discharged Dec, 1862, removed from Strafford, Vt, 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1277 



July, 1872, to Bradford. She 1. 1878 Portland, Me. Ch. by 1st 
m. : Polly 1 Hollister, b. Oct. 10, Berlin, O., d. 14, 1832. 

10303 Annie Rebecca* Hollister, b. July 10, 1834, Vermil., m. 
1 st, E. Bethel, Vt, Jan. 7, 1853, Henry Atwood, b. Ware, Aug. 
30, 1 81 8, d. Lincoln, Addison co., Vt., June, 1857, a bro. to Rev. 
Oliver. She m. 2d, L., Nov., 1858, Ira Gove, b. L. June 23, 1838, 
d. from wounds in army, June 19, 1863, s. Squire George and 
Louisa (Colby), farmer ; enlisted at the beginning of the war in 
6th Vt., re-enlisted as veteran, wounded by a sharpshooter. Ch. 
b. Randolph, Vt., by 1st m.: Elroy Adelbert* Atwood, b. Nov. 5, 
1856, gold and silver plater ; Arthur" Atwood, b. May 23, 1856, d. 
Jan. 12, i860; Eva A zel 9 Atwood, b. Mar. 22, 1857, d. Dec. 28, 
1864; by 2d m.: Emma Asenath* Gove, b. Oct. 15, 1859, Lincoln; 
Mary Louisa? Gove, June 8, 1861. By 2d m.: Son 8 , b. and d. Mus- 
cash, O., May 27, 1836 ; Oliver Harvey* Atwood, b. July 27, 1838, 
la., d. Sherman Mar. 16, 1839. By 3d m.: 

10304 Washington Irving* Atwood, b. Feb. 9, 1841, Lodi, 
Seneca co., O., m. Auburn, Me., Oct. 2, 1862, Abbie Frances 
Hartwell, b. Boston, Mass., Sept. 28, 1844, da. Alexander and 
Emily, 1. Merrimack, Essex county, Mass., merchant. Ch.: Inez 
Blanche* Atwood, b,. Mar. 2, 1864, Lyndon, Vt.; Irving Henry* At- 
wood, Sept. 28, 1874, Merrimac. 

10305 Arthur Hiram* Atwood, b. June 23, 1843, Lewisville, 
Huron co., O., m. Auburn May 2, 1863, Elizabeth Hartwell, b. 
Belfast, Me., or Penobscot, Hancock co., Me., Nov. 21, 1842, da. 
Alexander and Emily (McEaslin, or Carslin), 1. Portland, Me., 
merch. Ch. : • 3 sons', all b. dead. 

10306 Alfred Eugene* Atwood, b. Sept. 6, 1845, Ballville, 
Sandusky co., O., d. in camp on the Rappahannock Jan. n, 1863. 
Enlisted at Auburn Aug. 28, 1862, 17th Me., never recovered 
from hardships at Fredericksburg battle. Emma Isabel* Atwood, 
b. July 12, 1848, Fremont, d. Lincoln Sept. 28, 1850. 

4355. 

Benjamin" 1 Sanderson {Rebecca* Hovey), d. Camden, Ohio, 
June 8, 1851, a. 41, m. Vermillion, O., Aug. 30, 1835, Mary Rose 
Clay, b. Sparta, N. J., Dec. 19, 1816, a da. Thomas and Rebecca 
(Rose). (She m. 2d, Vermil., Dec. 15, 1859, John Bassett.) She 
1. Vermillion 1878. Ch.: Rebecca Rose* Sanderson, b. June 11, 1836, 
Oxford, O., d. Camden, O., Sept. 27, 1840. 

10307 Harvey Hollister* Sanderson, b. Aug. 9, 1837, Oxford, 
d. Corinth, Miss., June 22, 1862, m. Nov. 1, 1858, Mary Bradley. 
(She m. 2d, John Cross, and rem. West.) Soldier Co. H, 41st 
O. V. M. Ch.: Sheldon* Sanderson, b. Sept. 25, 1859, Vermillion ; 
Harvey* Sanderson, b. Apr. 15, 1861, Camden. 

10308 Sarah* Sanderson, b. Dec. 22, 1840, C, m. C. Jan. 14, 
1863, John Leake, or Leach, 1. North Amherst, Lorain co., O., 
plow manufacturer. Ch. b. Amherst, O.: Herbert W? Leake, 
Feb. 5, 1864 ; Irving W* Leake, Mar. 13, 1866 ; Fannie M* Leake, 
Sept. 24, 1868; Ellen E? Leake, Dec. 7, 1870; Lewis J? Leake, 
Mar. 24, 1876 ; Hattie J.' Leake, Feb. 3, 1878. 

10309 Henry Clay* Sanderson, b. May 5, 1844, Thompson, 
Seneca co., O., d. Camden Feb. 21, ,1863, unm., from diseases 
contracted in army, member 41st O. V. M. 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



103 10 Martha D. 8 Sanderson, b. Mar. 9, 1847, Camden, m. 
Oberlin, O., Dec. 25, 1866, Theodore Hulbert of Elyria, O., ma- 
chinist. Ch.: Allen R 9 Hulbert, b. Oct. 29, 1868, E. ; Arthur* 
Hulbert, May 8, 1870, E.; Mary A. E 9 Hulbert, Jan. 11, 1872, N. 
Amherst; Frances A* Hulbert, Jan. 26, 1874, N. A.; Grace Low 9 
Hulbert, Aug. 16, 1876, N. A.; Nellie T 9 Hulbert, Aug. n, 1878, N. A. 

10311 Elizabeth Sanderson, b. May 19, 1849, Camden, m. 
Vermillion, Mar. 9, 1874, John Miller, 1. Vermil., farmer. Ch. b. 
V.: Julia 9 Miller, Sept. 16, 1875; Viola" Miller, b. Mayn.d. 29, 1877. 

10312 Mina 8 Sanderson, b. June 30, 185 1, Camden, m. Dec. 
24, 1870, William E. Bassett, 1. N. Amherst, engineer. Ch.: 
Mary 9 Bassett, b. June 10, 187 1, Vermillion; Julia 9 Bassett, b. Oct. 
30, 1872, Brownhelm, Lorain co., O., d. Mar. 30, 1873; John 9 Bas- 
sett, b. July 12, 1874, Berlin, O. ; Charles 9 Bassett, Jan. 20, 1877, B. 

4356. 

Joel 7 Sanderson {Rebecca* Hovey), m. Sherman, O., Aug. 7, 
1842, Mary Ann Legg, b. Somersetshire, Eng., Aug. n, 1816, 
da. Thomas and Ann (Purchas), 1. Lima, Lagrange co., Ind., 1878, 
well-to-do farmer. Ch.: 

10313 George Washington* Sanderson, b. Apr. 28, 1843, Sher- 
man, m. Van Buren, Grant co., Ind., Dec. 25, 1866, Calista Maria 
Rice, b. Bristol, O., Dec. 25, 1839, da. Erastus and Frances Ma- 
ria (Bean), 1. Quincy, Mich., farmer. Ch. b. Quincy: Estella Ca- 
lista* Sanderson, b. Nov. 30, 1868 ; Joel Erastus* Sanderson, July 6, 
1870; Marion Washington 9 and May Maria 9 Sanderson (tw.), Feb. 
22, 1873 ; Myrta Eliza 9 Sanderson, Sept. 1, 1877. 

103 14. James 6 Sanderson, b. Oct. 30, 1845, Fawn River, St. 
Joseph co., Mich., m. Lima, Mar. 6, 1879, Mary Elizabeth Kep- 
linger, b. Dover, Tuscarawas co., O., Jan. i, 1854, da. Elias and 
Emily Ann (Haverstock), 1. Lima, farmer. 

10315 Wilbur Eish* Sanderson, b. Feb. 3, 1847, Fawn R., m. 
Sturgis, Mich., Apr. 13, 1873, Harriet Rudesil, b. Ft. Wayne, Ind., 
Aug. 14, 1847, da. Jacob and Margaret (Tennant), 1. Lima, far- 
mer. Ch. b. L.: Clara May 9 Sanderson, Mar. 8, 1874; Grade 9 San- 
derson, Apr. 3, 1876. 

1 03 1 6 Sarah Ann* Sanderson, b. Oct. 9, 1848, Greenfield, 
Hancock co., Ind., m. Lima, June 7, 1877, William John Far- 
man Mott, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 31, 1847, s. William Becket 
and Annie Maria (Shaffer), 1. Kalamazoo, Mich., manufacturer. 
She is an artist, s. p. 

10317 Rebecca 8 Sanderson, b. Mar. 23, 1850, Greenfield, m. 
Lima, Feb. 3, 1870, Ami Kalahan Parham, b. Greenf., May 24, 
1844, a s. Richard and Mary Ann (Walker), 1. Bronson, Mich., 
farmer. Ch.: Frank Elliott 9 Parham, b. Jan. 30, 187 1 ; Wilbur 
Wood 9 Parham, b. Dec. n, 1872, d. June 1, 1873 ; Mary Rosetta 9 
Parham, b. Feb. 9, 1875 ! Effie Maud 9 Parham, Aug. 30, 1878. 

10318 Eva 8 Sanderson, b. Sept. 14, 1853, Greenf., m. Stur- 
gis, Mich., Apr. 8, 1873, Aaron Wood Parham, b. Greenf., May 8, 
1842, a s. Richard and Mary Ann (Walker), 1. Fawn R., farmer. 
Ch. : Marshall Elburtus 9 Parham, b. Mar. 8, 1874; Lillian Irene 9 
Parham, Oct. 24, 1876. 

10319 Asenath 8 Sanderson, b. Aug. 22, 1855, Greenf., m. 



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1279 



Coldwater, Mich., Apr. 3, 1873, Loren Elliott Parham, b. Fawn 
River, Dec. 10, 1848, a s. Richard and Mary Ann (Walker) Par- 
ham. Residence, Fawn River, farmer. Ch. b. Fawn River : 
Frederic Newton 9 Parham, July 4, 1874; Allen Eugene* Parham, 
July 23, 1875; Gertrude* Parham, Jan. 6, 1879. 

10320 Charlotte Estella* Sanderson, b. Nov. 15, 1857, Greenf., 
m. Lima, Dec. 25, 1877, George Washington Monroe, b. Matti- 
son, Branch co., Mich., July 19, 1855, s. Jesse and Hannah (Mer- 
ritt) Monroe. Residence, Mattison, farmer. Ch. : Clarence El- 
roy* Monroe, b. Feb. 7, 1879. 

4357. 

Samuel Willis 7 Rovey (Samuel* Hovey), d. Merrimack, Sauk 

co., Wis., Apr. 24, 1865, a. 64, m, Williamstown,Vt., Dec. 5, 1822, 

Betsey Kendall, b. Alstead, N. H., July 2, 1795, d. Merrimack, 

Apr. 24, 1865, da. Timothy and Eunice (Houghton), farmer. Ch.: 

1 03 2 1 Samuel Kendall* Hovey, b. Nov. 30, 1823, Brookfield, 
Vt., m. 1st, Merrimack, Jan. 28, 1851, Melvina Sutton, b. Sparta, 
Livingston co., N. Y., Aug. 1, 1831, d. Merrimack, Mar. 31, 1855, 
da. David and Maria (Hunt) Sutton. He m. 2d, Merrimack, 
Nov. 25, 1855, Rebecca Ann Bostwick, b. Norfolk, St. Lawrence 
co., N. Y., May 11, 1834, da. Charles and Mary (Delargee) Bost- 
wick. Residence, Westside, Nobles co., Minn., farmer. Ch. by 
1 st m. : David Willis? Hovey, b. Jan. 21, 1852; Melvaine* Hovey, b. 
Mar. 3, 1855, m. Austin, Mower co., Minn., Apr. 11, 1877, Emma 
Ralph. By 2d m. : Mary Melvina* Hovey, b. July 24, 1859; Amy 
Jane* Hovey, Sept. 30, 1861; Caroline Ella* Hovey, Apr. 26, 1865; 
Betsey Ann* Hovey, Apr. 2, 1868. 

10322 Eunice Parmelia* Hovey, b. Apr. 20, 1832, Albany, Vt., 
m. Merrimack, Feb. 5, 1854, Isaac Emerson, b. Lincolnshire, Eng., 
Dec. 7, 1827, s. Matthew and Sarah (Willis) Emerson. Residence, 
Westside, farmer. Ch. b. Merrick : Matthew fames* Emerson, 
May 25, 1854; Betsey Lovina* Emerson, b. Nov. 26, i860, m. West- 
side, Apr. 5, 1877, Dr. Henry Paine Bunce, b. Janesville, Wis., 
May 22, 1847, s. Dr. John, 1. Luverne, Rock co., Minn.; Sarah 
Amelia* Emerson, b. Sept. 10, 1864. 

4358. 

AXVCLW? Rovey {Samuel" Hovey, Abigails, Ben.*, Joseph', Sam.=), ffl. 

Hartland, Vt., Feb. 26, 1827, Mary Dodge Trask, born Beverly, 
Mass., June 10, 1805, da. Ebenezer and Abigail (Dodge) Trask. 
Dwelt, 1879, E. Brookfield, Vt, — a thrifty farmer and sturdy 
Democrat ; sold his farm and bought a home in E. Randolph, 
Vt., 1887. Ch. b. Brookf. : Abigail Zibby* Hovey, b. May 18, d. 29, 
1828. 

-f-10323 Mary Ann JVancy 6 Hovey, b. June 15, 1829. 

10324 Ebenezer Trask 9 Hovey, b. May 24, 1832, d. E. Brookf., 
Sept. 23, 1862, m. Williamstown, Vt., Dec. 6, 1835, Emily Down- 
ing, b. Chelsea, Vt., Jan. 30, 1839, da. Jesse W. and Julia (Libby) 
Downing, s. p. 

10325 Emeline* Hovey, b. Aug. 27, 1834, d. Brookf. Aug. 13, 
1856, m. E. Brookf. Jan. 1, 1855, Hiram Wells Chafey, b: Brookf. 
Oct. 22, 1830, s. Hiram and Asenath (Kendall) Wells. Children: 
Flora Emetine' Chafey, b. Dec. 5, 1855, d. Aug. 20, 1856. 



J2 go CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

4359. 

Permelia'' Hovey (Samuel* Hovey), m. Brookfield, Vt., Mar. 
17, 1833, Bela Downing, b. Chelsea, Vt, Dec. 12, 1804, s. Rufus 
and Mary (Wells) Downing; residence, Hartford, Vt., 1878. A 
skillful mechanic. Ch. b. Brookfield : 

10326 Mary Hovey* Downing, b. Nov. 20, 1833, m. Chelsea, 
Vt., Mar. 5, 1857, Dennison Goodrich Crain, b. Brookf. Mar. 27, 
1827, s. Elijah and Nancy (Clifford) Crain, 1. Port Atkinson, 
"Wis., trader. Ch. : Charles Chester* Crain, born Apr. 28, 1861. 
Samuel Hovey* Downing, b. Oct. 27,, 1835, d.- Mar. 17, 1836. 

10327 Alvan Hovey* Downing, b. June 27, 1837, m. in Vt., 
Mar. 4, 1861, Lizzie Phyletta Case, b. Barnard, Vt., July 13, 1839, 
da. Hubbard and Phyletta (Page), 1. Ft. Atkinson, artisan. Ch. : 
Da?, b. and d. 1862; Eddie Ernest* Downing, b. Nov. 23, 1863; 
Alice May* Downing, May 9, 1866; Georgie Glenn* Downing, Aug. 
9, 1875. Martha Minerva* Downing, b. Feb. 16, 1840, d. Apr. 16, 
1856. 

10328 Luna Estella* Downing, b. Sept. 7, 1842, m. Sharon, 
Vt., Mar. 22, 1865, Hazen Moses West, b. Norwich, Vt, Apr. 13, 
1842, s. Hazen Moses and Mary Ann (Cloud), 1. Hartford, Vt., 
farmer. Ch.: Jossie Dean* West, b. July 19, 1867, d. July 30, 1868. 

10329 Lydia Permelia* Downing, b. Feb. 12, 1844, m. Hart- 
ford, Vt, Jan. 15, 1870, Nelson Walter White, b. Dorchester, N. 
H., Feb. 21,1838, s. Ethan and Rosetta (Cummihgs) White. 
Residence, Hartford, Vt., expert mechanic, s. p. 

10330 Edward Blake* Downing, b. Feb. 9, 1846, m. Hills- 
dale, Mich., Oct. 29, 1875, Hortense Olney, b. Hil. Apr., 1848, 

da. Leonard, and Matilda ( ) Olney, 1. Grand Rapids, Mich., 

merchant. . Ch. : Leonard Bela* Olney, b. Mar. 2, 1877, G. R. 

1033 1 Eliza Maria* Downing, b. July 1, 1848, m. Norwich, 
Vt, Sept. 2, 1873, Alonzo Chapin Martin, b. Barnston, P. Q., 
Mar. 23, 1843, s. Allan and Hannah (May) Martin, 1. Hartford, 
•Vt, merchant. Ch. : Millie May* Martin, b. June 23, 1875. 

4360. 

James Savvey' Hovey (Samuel* Hovey), d. E. Brookfield, 
"Vt, Jan. 3, 1857, a. 46, m. Brookf. Dec. 5, 1833, Rachel Downing, 
b. Chelsea, Vt., May 2, 181 1, da. Rufus and Polly (Willis) Down- 
ing; she 1. 1878, Hartford, Vt. Ch. : 

10332 Lewis William* Hovey, b. June 6, 1835^ m. Williams- 
town, Vt., Feb. 2, 1864, Matilda Frances Hixon, b. E. Brookf. 
June 30, 1844, da. Albert. and Rachel (Goodrich) Hixon. Resi- 
dence, 1878, Boston, Mass., 1879, Everett, Middlesex co., Mass., 
cashier. Ch. : Albert Harvey* Hovey, b. May 14, 1867. Cordelia* 
Hovey, b. Oct. 10, 1840, d. Apr. 20, 1842. 

10333 Charles Wilder* Hovey, b. May 7, 1843, d. a soldier in 
the army winter of 1863 ; unm. 

4362. 

Amy Phyletta' Hovey (samuei* Hovey), m. Brookfield, Vt., 

Aug. 4, 1864, Edwin Smiley* Hibbard-\-IO^S^ {.Gurdon Plummeri Hibbard, 
Elizabeth Perkins* Hovey \ Abigail 6 ), he d. Montpelier, Vt., Nov. 22, 1876, 

a. 37, builder; Baptist deacon. She 1. 1878, Montpelier. s. p. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. I2 8l 

4364. 

Frances 1 Hovey (Abiei* Hovey), d. Sept., 1836, a. 30, m. Mount 
Vernon, Ind., May 17, 1831, John Mitinger, hed. Sept., 1836. s. p. 

4365. 

MliZO 1 Hovey {Abiefi Hovey, Abigail', Benj.*, Jo.s, Sam.*), d. Mount 

Vernon, Ind., Nov., 1834, a. 25, m. Mt. V. June 17, 1829, as 1st 
w.j Andrew Suter Gamble, b. Christian co., Ky., Mar. 10, 1808, 
s. Joseph and Martha-(Crabtree). (He m. 2d, Minerva 1 Hovey 
4-4369). Ch. : Da. 9 , b. and d. Apr. 16, 1830. 

10334 Joseph Hovey* Gamble, b. Apr. 16, 1832: was killed in 
a political quarrel Aug. 8, 1864, unm. 

4367. 

Charlotte 1 Hovey {AMei* Hovey), d. Mt. Vernon, Ind., Jan., 
1858, a. 45, m. 1st, Mt. V. July 13, 1829, George La Farry; he d. 
1830. She m. 2d, Mt. V., Aug. 18, 1831, Thomas Stone Veatch, 
b. Hagerstown, Md., Jan. 5, 1810. They were divorced; he 
went to Cal. ab. 1842. She m. 3d, Mt. Vernon, Oct. 12, 1837, 
Aaron Culbertson Moore. She m. 4th, Mt. V., Feb. 24, 185 1, 
Jacob Fisher, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 5, 1806, d. Mt. V. Aug. 

16, 1877, s. Jacob and (Haines), farmer; 1st m. s. p. Ch. 

by 2d m. : 

10335 Virgil Stone* Veatch, b. July 23, 1832, Mt. V., m. June 
23, 1858, Margaret Abigail Oatman, b. Floyd co., Ind., June 28 
1840, da. Jesse and Abigail, 1. Evansville, Ind., 1878. Ch. 
Henry Abbot? Veatch, b. July 4, 1861 ; Jessie 9 Veatch, Feb. 28,- 1865 
John Oatman 9 and Joseph Ross 9 Veatch (tw.), b. June 16, 1867 
Philip Claudius 9 Veatch, July 1, 1874. Charles* Veatch, b. ab. 1834, 
unm. By 3d m. : 

10336 Mary* Moore, b. ab. 1839, °^ Paterson, N. J., 1876, m. 
ab. i860, Seth Spanton, he 1. Paterson. Ch. : 3. 

10337 Alvin* Moore, b. ab. 1843, m. widow Bradley, 1. per. 
Terre Haute or Evansville, Ind. 

10338 Lucy* Moore, b. ab. 1845, unm., prob. 1. Paterson. By 
4th m. : 

10339 Esther* Fisher, b. Oct. 7, 1 856, Mt. V., d. Mt. V. Nov. 8, 
1878, m. Dec. 13, 1877, Charles H. Barter/b. Mt. V. June 28, 
1854, s. John H. and Mary (Ashworth). Ch. : Clarence 9 Barter, 
b. Nov. 7, 1878. 

4368. 

Charles' Hovey {Abiei* Hovey), d. Mt. Vernon, Ind., Jan. 9, 
1862, a. 47, m. Mt. V., Oct. 9, 1836, Lucinda Nesler, b. Mt. V. 
July 25, 1822, da. Christopher and Sarah (Dunn). She 1., 1878, 
Mt. Vernon. Ch. b. Mt. V. : Alvina* Hovey, b. Sept. 26, 1837, d. 
Apr. 5, 1838. 10340 Lizzie* Hovey, b. May 28, 1839, m - Black tp., 
Ind., Sept. 22, 1859, Isaac Baker, b. Mt. V. Jan. 8, 1838, s. John 
and America (Montgomery). Ch. : Charles 9 Baker, b. June 10, 
d. July 5, i860; Edward 9 Baker, b. Dec. 21, 1861, d. Oct. 9, 1862 ; 
Frank 9 Baker, b. Mar. 28, 1863 ; Nellie 9 Baker, Apr. 18, 1865 ; 

81 



1282 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Jessie 9 Baker, June 17, 1867 ; Isa 9 Baker, b. Feb. 18, d. Oct. 19, 
1869. Henry* Hovey, b. Apr. 20, d. June 4, 1841 ; Jerome* Hovey, 
b. June 1, 1842, d. June 19, 1858. 

10341 Fannie* Hovey, b. Aug. 1, 1845, d. Mt. V. July 9, 1872, 
m. Mt. V. Mar. 27, 1865, Robert Fulton Dunn, s. James and 
Mary (Hintchell). Pilot. Ch. : £u/ie 9 Dunn, b. Jan. 1, 1866, d. 
Sept. 18, 1869 ; Mary 9 Dunn, b. Nov. 28, 1868 ; Robert 9 Dunn, b. 
Apr. 4, 1869, d. Apr. 20, 1870. 

10342 Charles* Hovey, b. Dec. 29, 1847, m., New Haven, Gal- 
latin co., 111., Sept. 5, 1870, Louisa Bailey, b. Shawneetown, Gal- 
latin co., 111., Mar. 11, 1850, da. Wyndarand Amanda (McKenz'ie), 
blacksmith. Ch. : Lillie 9 Hovey, b. Oct. 7, 1872. 

10343 Helen* Hovey, b. Mar. 4, 1850, d. Mt. V. July 12, 1873, 
m. Mt. V. Oct. 29, 1868, Thomas Jefferson Gardom, b. in 111. 
Apr. 27, 1847, s. Samuel and Lucilla (Herald), blacksmith. Ch.: 
SamueF Gardom, b. Mar. 4, 1869, d. Aug. 1, 1873 ; Eva 9 Gardom, 
b. Apr. 7, 1871; Helen 9 Gardom, b. Dec. 21, 1872, d. Jan., 1874. 
Alvin* Hovey, b. Sept. 5, 1852, d. July n, 1873. 

10344 Grace* Hovey, b. July 4, 1854, d. Mt. V. July 22, 1873, 
m. Mt. V. Nov. 19, 1870, William Craw; he d. Morley, Scott co., 
Mo., Mar. 7, 187 1. Eva* Hovey, b. June 15, 1856, d. July 20, 22, 
1873 ; Mary* Hovey, b. Mar. 26, 1858, d. Jan. 5, 1866 ; Josephine* 
Hovey, b. Aug. 26, 1859; Lucy* Hovey, b. July 2, 1862, d. Sept. 23, 
1863. 

4369. 

Minerva 1 Hovey (Adiei* Hovey), d. Mt. Vernon, Ind., Aug. 
16, 1846, a. 27, m. 1st, Mt. V., Mar. 10, 1836, as 2d w., Andrew 
Suter Gamble; he d. Mt. V. June 20, 1838, a. 30. (He m. 1st, 
Eliza" Hovey +4365). She m. 2d, Mt. V., 1842, Edmund Bacon, 
b. Feb. 25, 181 2, d., s. Charles. Ch. by 1st m. : Martha* Gamble, 
b. Jan. 19, 1837, d. Oct. 20, 1838. 

10345 Andrew Suter* Gamble, b. Feb. 10, 1839, m. Mt. V. 
Oct. 25, 1866, Celia Lichtenberger, b. New Harmony, Posey co., 
Ind., Nov. 6, 1845, a da. Aaron and Elizabeth (Noel), 1., 1878, 
Evansville, Ind., commission merch. Ch. : Belle 9 Gamble, b. 
Aug. 16, 1867, Mt. V., d. Evansv. Nov. 30, 1869 ; Andrew Suter 9 
Gamble, b. Jan. 5, 1870, E., d. E. Oct. 20, 1886, obituary in 
Evansville Journal, Oct. 21, 1886 ; Aaron Lichtenberger 9 Gamble, b. 
Oct. 21, 187 1, E. By 2d m. : Charles* Bacon, b. Nov. 2, 1844, d. 
Hindman, Ky., Nov. 10, 1862 ; Da.*, b. Aug. 16, d. 30, 1846. 

4370. 

Alvin PeterSOn 1 HOVey (AbieP Hovey, Abigail 6 , Benjamin*, Joseph', 

Samuel 3 , Moses 1 ), b. Mt. Vernon, Ind., Sept. 6, 1821, d. Indianapolis, 
Ind., Nov. 23, 1891, m. 1st, Mt. Vernon, Nov. 24, 1844, Mary 
Ann James, b. Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 22, 1825, d. Mt. Vernon, 
Nov. 16, 1863, da. Hon. Enoch Randolph and Esther (Lowry). 
He m. 2d, in Grace church, New York city (?), Mrs. Alice 
(Smith) Carey, b. in Indiana, d. N. Y. city, soon after marriage, 
wid. of Maj. William F. Carey of Cleveland, O., da. Hon. Caleb 
Blood Smith, Secretary of the Interior under Pres. Lincoln. 
Ch. by 1st m. b. Mt Vernon : 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 1283 

10346 Esther* Hovey, b. Jan. 8, 1846, m. N. Y. city, Nov. 
11, 1869, Maj. Gustavus Varsa Menzies, b. Boone co., Ky., Dec. 
25, 1844, s. Samuel Garber and Sally Ann (Winston). Was in 
1869 Lt. Commander, U. S. N. ; practising lawyer (1879) of 
firm Hovey [Alvin P.] & Menzies. Ch. : Da. 9 , b. and d. Ports- 
mouth, N. H., Aug. 26, 1870 ; Mary 9 Menzies, b. Oct. 5, 1872, Mt. 
Vernon; Juliette'' Menzies, Apr. 22, 1874, Mt. V.; Winston 9 
Menzies, Nov. 22, 1875, Mt. V. Enoch fames' 1, Hovey, b. Feb. 7, 
1848, d. Aug. 4, 1852. 

10347 Charles James 6 Hovey, b. Jan. 8, 1850, m. Evansville, 
Ind., Mar. 16, 1871, Lillie Jaquess, b. Poseyville, Posey co., Ind., 
May 6, 1850, da. Jonathan and Parna (Whittlesey), 1. Lake Side, 
Lake Hovey, Mt. Vernon, merchant. Ch. : Alvin Jaquess 9 
Hovey, b. Dec. 27, 187 1 ; MabeP Hovey, Sept. 1, 1873, d. Aug. 26, 
1876; Mary 9 Hovey, Aug. 17, 1875; Randolph Jaquess" Hovey, b. 
Mar. 26, 1879, Mt. Vernon. 

Mary* Hovey, b. Jan. 13, 1854, d. Mar. 30, 1855. 
Mary Ann* Hovey, b. Apr. 1, 1857, d. Apr. 7, 1858. 
2d m.: s. p. 

Hon. Alvin Peterson 1 Hovey, Governor of the State of Indiana, 
elected on the Republican ticket Nov. 6, 1888 ; one of the most 
distinguished descendants of Moses 1 Cleveland, being one of 
the four men of Cleveland blood who have been chosen Gov- 
ernors. [See +17 1 7, p. 735.] 

His education was largely self-gained by industry. In 
early life he taught school and studied law ; adm. to practice, 
1842. He served as First Lt. in the Mexican war, 1846. Was 
a prominent Democratic delegate in the convention that framed 
the new Constitution of Indiana in 1850 ; was Judge of the Cir- 
cuit Court for the judicial district comprising Posey co. and 10 
other counties in the southwestern part of Ind. from May, 185 1, 
to May, 1854 ; elected Judg*e pf the Supreme Court of Ind., 
May, 1854, to 1855. He was ap. by Pres. Pierce, U. S. Dist. 
Atty. for district of Indiana, served 1856 to 1858, when decapi- 
tated by Pres. Buchanan for supporting Douglas for Pres., and 
Daniel W. Voorhees was appointed to fill the vacancy.. Gen. 
Hovey served with efficiency in the civil war ; at its outbreak 
was by Gov. Oliver P. Morton commissioned col. of the 24th 
Ind. Vols. In 1861 was in Mo. under Fremont and Hunter. 
Was promoted Brig.-Gen. Apr. 13, 1862 ; Brev. Maj. -Gen., U. S. 
Vols., July 9, 1864, "for distinguished and meritorious services 
during the present war." He commanded at battle of Cham- 
pion Hill — the key battle opening the way to the capture of 
Vicksburg — for which victory he was warmly praised by Gen. 
Grant ; his 2 brigades lost 1,202 men. Was with Grant at 
Shiloh and Vicksburg. Was, May, 1864, Brig.-Gen. in command 
of 1 st Div. 23d Army Corps in Tenn. Marched with Sherman 
to the sea. A raid into Ind. and a term in command at Indian- 
apolis closed his war career. In 1865, before President 
Lincoln's death, he was appointed Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary to Peru, and appointed Aug. 12, 1865, 
by Pres. Johnson, Minister to Peru, resigned 1870, and returned 
to Mt. Vernon and practiced law, of the law firm Hovey & 
Menzies [Gustavus V.]. Residence, Mt. Vernon. Elected, 1886, 



1284 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

by the Republicans, Congressman of First Ind. Dist, majority 
nearly 1,500 in a district that had for years been Democratic. 
Author. See Bibliography, Chap. IV. 

Gov. Hovey's last words were an inquiry for a favorite 
granddaughter, Mary Menzies ; he died in his room at the Den- 
nison Hotel, Indianapolis ; all immediate members of his fam- 
ily were present. 

THE PRESIDENT'S SYMPATHY. 
Washington, Nov. 24, 1891. — Pres. Benjamin Harrison was informed of the death of 
Gov. Hovey of Indiana by a telegram from Mr. M. G. McLain of Indianapolis. The 
president sent him the following telegram to-day: "The news of the death of Gov. 
Hovey, which your telegram conveyed, fills my heart with sorrow. He had served his 
country with rare devotion and distinction in high civil and military offices, and will be 
sincerely mourned as a brave comrade and a generous friend by all who knew him. 
Please convey to his family my sympathy and my regret that I am not able to leave 
Washington to attend the funeral services." 

At noon, Nov. 24, Chief Justice Elliott administered the 
oath of office to Lt.-Gov. Ira J. Chase and he became Gov. 

Gov. Hovey's body remained in state at the State House, 
Nov. 24, until afternoon, when memorial services were con- 
ducted by the Grand Army in the House of Representatives. 
The funeral took place at Mount Vernon, Nov. 26 ; bells of the 
city began to toll as the coffin was carried out of the Hovey 
homestead, and continued to sound during the entire forenoon. 
The pall-bearers, representing Harrow Post, were William Bar- 
nett, Christian Green, Enoch Randolph, Leroy Jones, Dr. 
Huston, and Frank Dixon. It is estimated that ten thousand 
persons passed by the remains. The services were simple. 
The sermon was preached by Gov. Ira J. Chase, who briefly 
reviewed the life of the dead Governor, and drew from it a les- 
son for the American youth. The G. A. R. posts were massed 
behind the chaplain and the militia formed a hollow square 
around the grave. The beautiful ritual of the G. A. R. was 
gone through with and ex-Governors Porter and Gray spoke 
briefly of the virtues of the dead. * 

See H. G. Cleveland's Genealogy of Benj. Cleveland, 17 ; Centen- 
nial Historical Sketch of Posey co. ; Harper's Weekly, Nov. 24, 1888, 
with portrait. 

4371, 

Nancy Seabury 1 Hovey {Aivan* Hovey, Abigail"), m. Brook- 
field, Vt, Apr. 3, 1827, Andrew Burnham, b. Williamstown, Vt, 
Jan. 10, 1799, d. Washington, Vt., Aug. 23, 1882, s. Enoch and 
Eunice (Martin). Dwelt Washington, farmer. Ch. : Nancy* 
Burnham, b. Nov. 28, d. 29, 1827; Nancy Luthera* Burnham, b. 
Mar. 29, d. Apr. 23, 1829. 

10348 James* Burnham, b. June 23, 1831, m. Barre, Vt., 
Nov. 5, 1854, Abbie Thompson, b. B., May 1, 1837, da. John and 
Abigail (Abbott), 1. Washington, Vt, farmer. Ch. : Fred. Leslie* 
Burnham,h. Dec. 14, 1855, d. Dec. 30, 1859; Hattie May* Burn- 
ham, Dec. 19, 1859; Elton Hovey* Burnham, May 30, 1864. 
Alvin Hovey* Burnham,b. Dec. 15, 1833, d. Mar. 17, 1841. 

10349 Harriet Hovey* Burnham, b. June 29, 1835, m. Wil- 
liamst, Sept. 8, 1861, Asa Herbert Pepper, b. Washingt., Dec. 
28, 1835, s - Willard and Rachel (Taylor), 1. Washingt., farmer. 
Ch. : Willard Andrew* Pepper, b. June 29, 1863; Carroll Leslie* 
Pepper, b. Jan. 20, d. Apr. 18, 1869 ; Lillian May* Pepper, b. May 

6, i873. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. I2 85 

10350 Fanny FlaviUa* Burnham, b. May 8, 1837, d. Feb. 
27, 1862, m. Barre, Feb. 17, 1856, John Ryland Seaver, b. Wil- 
liamst, Feb. 17, 1831, s. Alvan and Amanda (Farnhatn), 1. Mont- 
pelier, Vt., farmer. Ch. : Harry Wendell 3 Seaver, b. May 24, 

1859. 

1035 1 Andrew* Burnham, b. Oct. 19, 1838, m. Chelsea, Vt, 

June 14,' i860, Mary Elizabeth Cabot, b. C., May, 1842, d. May 1, 
187 1, da. Hyde and Mary (Wiggin), 1. Braintree, Vt., farmer. 
Ch. : Herbert Fayette* Burnham, b. June 10, 1862 ; Charles Cabof 
Burnham, July 2, 1865. 

10352 Lucretia Elizabeth* Burnham, b. Dec. 7, 1840, m. Wil- 
liamst, May 5, 1869, Thomas Warren Goodrich, b. E. Brookf., 
Mar. 19, 1838, a s. Joseph and Sarah (Gliden), 1. Williamstown, 
farmer. Ch. : Joseph Carroll* Goodrich, b. Feb. 27, 1870. 

10353 Luther* Burnham, b. Sept. 7, 1842, unm., ent. U. S. 
A., Sept. 1, 1862, in many battles, wounded June, 1864; after- 
ward captured by Mosby, escaped; was at Lee's surrender, 
disch. July 3, 1865 ; 1. Washington, Vt. William Pride* Burn- 
ham, b. May 11, 1844, d. Apr. 10, 1845 "> Walter* Burnham, b. Dec. 
9, 1846. 

10354 Emily Frances* Burnham, b. May 24, 1850, m. Wil- 
liamst, Jan. 22, 1877, Charles Albert Rich, b. Williamst, Apr. 
22, 1849, s. Eli and Mary (Wright), 1. Washington, farmer. Ch.: 
Adis Frank* Rich, b. May 6, 1877 ; Fred Walter* Rich, Feb. 13, 1879. 

4372. 

Lucretia Kingsbury 7 Hovey {Alvan* Hovey), d. Barre, 
Vt, May 7, 1838, a. 25, m. Brookfield, Vt., Apr. 4, 1834, as 1st w., 
Joseph Perkins, b. Chelsea, Vt., May 17, 1806, s. David and 
Sarah (Douglas). (He m. 2d and 1. Barre Village, Vt., 1880, 
farmer.) Ch. : 

10355 Joseph Z. 8 Perkins (Dr.), b. Feb. 8, 1835, E. Brookf., 
m. Barre, Nov. 6, 1862, Abbie Jane Peck, b. Groton, Caledonia 
co., Vt, Feb. 12, 1838, da. Jonathan J. and Mira Jane (Tucker), 
1. St. Johnsbury, Vt., dentist ; elected Pres. Vt. Dental Society 
at 2d annual meeting at St. J., Mar. 21, 1879-80. Ch. : Abbie 
Josephine* Perkins, b. Mar. 4, d. Aug. 12, 1865 ; Isabel* Perkins, b. 
June 23, 1867 ; Carl Douglas* Perkins, Sept. 20, 1870. 

4373. 

Harriet Atwood 7 Hovey (Mvan» Hovey, Abigail), m. Brook- 
field, Vt, June 27, 1888, George Dunham Bacon, b. Washington, 
Vt, Apr. 4, 1807, d. Chelsea, Vt, Aug. 21, 1882, s. Ebenezer and 
Elizabeth (Austin). Dwelt Chelsea, farmer. Ch. b. Chelsea : 
Lucina Victoria* Bacon, b. May 10, 1839, d. Brookf., Sept. 12, 1856. 

10356 George Hovey* Bacon, b. Sept. 16, 1840, m. Chelsea, 
Mar. 22, 1866, Sarah Eudora Cram, born C, Mar. 22, 1846, da. 
Daniel and Hannah (Hackett), 1. Chelsea, farmer. Ch.: Mabel 
Eudora* Bacon, b. Jan. 29, 1867 ; Elizabeth Maria* Bacon, Aug. 16, 
1870; Daniel Giorge* Bacon, Jan. 26, 1872, d. May, 1876; Benja- 
min* Bacon, Sept. 9, 1878. 

+ 10357 Julia Elizabeth* Bacon, b. Mar. 17, 1842. 



1286 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

10358 Erdix Newton* Bacon, b. Apr. 20, 1844, m. Chelsea, 
June 14, 1870, Mary Mehitabel Goodwin, b. C. Nov. 3, 1847, da. 
David Joseph Farnham and Adaline Electa (Wells), 1. Chelsea, 
farmer. Ch. : Alice May 9 Bacon, b. Aug. 3, 1873, d. Sept. 27, 1877; 
Richard Wells 9 Bacon, b. Feb. 22, 1877. 

10359 Nancy Maria* Bacon, b. June 29, 1853, m. Williams- 
town, Vt., Apr. 19, 1874, Oliver Dutton Metcalf, b. Chelsea Qct. 
20, 1848, s. Jackson Dickerson and Hannah Elizabeth (Dutton), 
1. Brookf., farmer, s. p. 

4374. 

Emily Ann 1 Hovey (Aivan* Hovey), m. Brookfield, Vt., 
Jan. 26, 1842, David Emery, b. Grantham, Sullivan co., N. H., 
Dec. 5, 1 81 7, s. Jonathan and Nancy A. (Eaton), 1. Chelsea, Vt., 
1879, farmer. Ch. b. East Brookfield : 

10360 Frederic Wilbur* Emery (Dr.), b. Aug. 15, 1843, m. 
Chelsea Dec. 31, 1869, Sarah Maria Bagley, b. Topsham, Vt., 
Dec. 21, 27, 1851, da. Dr. George King and Susan Maria 
(Worthley), of Ware, Mass. Physician in Chelsea. Ch. b. 
Chelsea or Brookf.: Lillian Ella 9 Emery, May 19, 187 1; Georgi- 
anna 9 Emery, Sept. 22, 1878. 

1 036 1 Walter Hovey* Emery, b. Oct. 14, 1847, unm., 1. home; 
Rosette Emily* Emery, Apr. 9, 1852, unm., 1. home ; Albert Bigelow* 
Emery, May 6, 1859, unm., 1. home. 

4375. 

Polly' Hibbard {Abigail* Hovey, Abigail*), d. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Jan., 1869, a. 63, m. Brookfield, Vt., Nov. 7, 1826, William Cald- 
well Clark, b. Barre 1803, d. Manchester, N. H., Dec, 1861, 
adopted s. of Edmund and Martha (Kelly). Dwelt at Albany, 
Vt., to 1852, and Manchester. Ch. : 

10362 Edmund Bertrand* Clark, b. Aug. 27, 1827, 20, 1829, 
Chelsea, Vt., m. Manchester Aug. 15, 1857, Frances Ann Osgood, 
b. Suncook, N. H., June 29, 1835, da. Nathan Bailey and Clarissa 
(Dow), dwelt Havre de Grace, Harford co., Md., 1., 1879, Dixon, 
111., artist in wood and metals, s. p. 

10363 Oliver Hibbard* Clark, b. Nov. 2, 1833, Chelsea, m. 
Mt. Carmel, Northumberland co., Pa., Sept. 8, 1875, Matilda 
Fisher, b. Shamokin, Northumberland co., Pa., da. James P. and 
Eliza. Enlisted in U. S. A. Oct. 7, 1861, honorably discharged 
Oct. 2, 1864, reason, leg amputated. He is a pensioner, 1. Phila- 
delphia. Ch. : Gertrude May 9 Clark, b. June 23, 1876, Shamokin; 
Eliza Mabel 9 Clark, Dec. 3, 1877, Phila. 

10364 Daniel Wellington* Clark, b. Jan. 3, 1835, Eden, Vt, 
m. Phila., Feb. 9, 1858, Mary Amanda Howett, b. Lancaster, 
Pa., July 4, 1837, da. Hon. Joseph and Elizabeth Wilson (Mat- 
thews), 1. Phila. merch. Ch. : Jefferson Howett 6 Clark, b. Nov. 26, 
1858, Lancas.; Mary Minerva 9 Clark, Jan. 6, 1861, Phila.; Henry 
Wentz 9 Clark, Apr. 5, 1863, P. ; William Lewis 9 Clark, Dec. 3, 1864, 
P.; Charles Howett 9 Clark, Feb. 13, 1873, Harrisburg, Pa. 

10365 William Lewis Hibbard* Clark, b. Jan. 13, 1837, Eden, 
m. Aug. 12, 187 1, Ann Elizabeth Bare, b. n. Lowenston, Pa., 
June 29, 1844, da. Elias and Mary, Phila. 1. s. p. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 1287 

10366 Martha* Clark, b. Nov. 10, 1838, Eden, m. Frances- 
town, N.H., June 29, 1857, John Wellington Martin, b. Burling- 
ton, Vt., May 12, 1834, s. John and Catherine (Connor), 1. Dixon, 
farmer. Ch. : George Frederic 9 Martin, b. Apr. 1, 1867, Havre de 
Grace ; John Lewis Herbert* Martin, July 17, 1872, State Line, 
Warren co., Ind. ; Bertrand Benwood 9 Martin, May 17, 1877, Dixon. 

4376. 

Amanda 1 Hibbard {Abigail* Hovey), m. Brookfield, Vt, Jan. 
28, 1828, John Alden Wright, b. Chelsea Aug. 14, 1804, s. Jesse 
and Elizabeth (Wills), 1. E. Brookfield, farmer. Ch. b. Brookf. : 
Eliza Jane* Wright, b. Sept. 24, 1829, d. Feb. 28, 1856, unm. 

10367 Oliver Lewis* Wright, b. Sept. 17, 1833, m. Royalton, 
Vt, Dec. 12, 1867, Esther Grant, b. E. Brookf. 1846, da. Edward 
and Anna (Durkee). Ch. : Nellie Jane 9 Wright, b. Sept. 2, 187 1. 

10368 Ellen Amanda* Wright, b. May 21, 1839, m. E. Ran- 
dolph, Vt., Sept 18, 1856, Alonzo Roberts, b. Tunbridge, Vt, 
Sept. 18, 1827, s. Daniel G. and Hannah (Green); farmer. Ch. 
b. E. Randolph: Emma Eliza 9 Roberts, Oct. 12, 1857; Mary 
Frances 9 - Roberts, July 1, 1861. 

4377. 

Oliver DaviSOn 7 Hibbard {Abigail* Hovey, Abigail*, Benj.«, Jo- 
seph*, samueia), b. Brookfield, Vt., Oct. 12, 1809, tn. Evans, Erie co., 
N. Y., Nov. 27, 1837, Maria Cornelia Curtiss, b. E. May 1, 1819, 
d. E. Feb. 23, 1840, a da. Caleb and Polly (Bradley). He m. 2d, 
Sugar Grove, Warren co., Pa., Mrs. Catherine (Barr) Jolls, b. 
Sugar G. Apr. 25, 1816, wid. Jeremiah Piatt Jolls, a da. John 
and Sarah (McFall). Ch. by 1st m. : Julia Maria* Hibbard, b. 
Oct. 31, 1839, Collins, Erie co., N. Y., d. Evans Oct. 10, 1841. 
By 2d m. : 

10369 Frederic Miles* Hibbard, b. June 29, 1843, Carroll, 
Cattaraugus co., N. Y., m. Wyandotte, Wayne co., Mich., Mar. 9, 
1873, Emma Zeller, b. Marion, Ind., Dec. 1, 1849, da. Henry Har- 
rison and Lucinda (Sarver), 1. Muncie, Ind., salesman. Ch. : 
Rose Parepa 9 Hibbard, b. Dec. 1873, Wyand.; Mary Co7vles 9 Hib- 
bard, Oct. 10, 1875, W., d. W. Nov. 30, 1876 ; Don Frederic 9 Hib- 
bard, b. May 6, 1878, La Fontaine, Wabash co., Ind. 

Rev. Oliver Davison 1 Hibbard, a Presbyte'rian clergyman, went 
West from New England Oct., 1833, and was pastor in western 
N. Y. He was chaplain of the 64th N. Y. S. M., his first com- 
mission, dated Albany, N. Y., May 8, 1861, reported for duty 
Sept. 16, 1 86 1, to Hd. Qrs. 64th Regt. at Elmira, N. Y., Col. 
Thomas J. Parker comdg. Second commission dated Washing- 
ton, D. C, Dec. 10, 1861. He writes, 1879 : " Through thick and 
thin I was with my reg. until Oct. 15, 1864, when I applied for 
a discharge and was mustered out; 3d Brig., 1st Div., 2d Corps. 
The reg. was reduced to a battalion ; staff officers were allowed to 
resign. Removed to Wyandotte Dec, 1864, where I still reside." 

Catherine Barr m. 1st, Sugar Grove, July 3, 1831, Jeremiah 
Piatt Jolls. Ch. : Catherine Louisa Jolls, b. May 16, 1833, m. 
and has family; Celestia Wheeler Jolls, b. Apr. 14, 1835; m. ; 
has f am. 



m 



I2 88 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

4378. 

William Lewis 7 Hibbard {Abigail* Hovey), d. Montpelier, 
Vt., Sept. 20, 1 85 1, a. 35, m. Brookfield, Vt, Sept. 23, 1836, Har- 
riet Atwood Sprague, b. Randolph, Vt., Jan. 24, 1818, d. North 
Stratford, N. H., Feb. 16, 1861, da. Edward and Asenath (Cor- 
liss). Dwelt Montpelier, teacher; afterward a salesman. Ch. : 

10370 Edward Sprague 6 Uibbard, b. Aug. 5, 1837, Brookf., 
d. Stanwood, Cedar co., la., Jan. 9, 1872, m. Brookf. June 16, 
1862, Abby Folsom, da. Smith; divorced, she 1. Boston 1879. Ch.: 
Coralin* Hibbard, b. May 15, 1862, d. Dec, 1865 ; Clarence* Uib- 
bard, b. May 1, 1864, in Canada West, I'd North Columbia, Coos 
co., N. H., 1879; 1- Stanwood. 

1037 1 Oliver Davison 6 Uibbard, b. Jan. 14, 1840, Brookf., m. 
1st, Bloomfield, Vt., Jan. 16, 186 1, Octavia Fuller, b. Bloomf. 
Mar. 15, 1838, d. Mechanicsville, Cedar co., la., Dec. 29, 1865, da. 
William. He m. 2d, Mechanicsv., Feb. 5, 1867, Ella A. Grace, 
b. Colburn, Ontario, Apr. 5, 1846, da. John and Hannah P. 
(Palmer), 1. Stanwood, farmer. Ch. by 1st m. : 3 Infants*, d. y.; 
Da. 9 , b. Dec. 14, 1865, d. y.; 2d m.: s. p. He and 2d w. had an 
adopted ch. : Emma Z. Hibbard. • 

10372 Coralin Adelia* Hibbard, b. Oct. 14, 1844, Jan. 9, 1845, 
Washington, Vt., d. Brunswick, Vt., Feb. 27, 1862, m. Bruns. Oct. 14, 
186 1, Frank Rolf, b. N. Stratford, s. William. (He m. 2d Ellen 
Wiggins.) Ch. : Coralin* Rolf, b. Aug. 16, 1862, d. Jan., 1863. 

4379. 

Almira 7 Hibbard (Abigail* Hovey), d. Brookfield, Vt, Nov. 
24, 1856, a. 36, m. B. Mar. 7, 1843, as 1st w., Amos Emery, b. 
Chester, N. H., Mar. 27, 1820, a s. Jonathan and Nancy A. 
(Eaton). (He m. 2d, Sarah Marinda 7 Hibbard +4380), 1. Chelsea, 
Vt., 187.9, farmer. Ch.: 

10373 Amos George* Emery, b. Oct. 6, 1844, m. Chel. Mar. 
20, 1867, Climena S. Allen, b. C. Mar. 26, 1843, da. Sereno and 
Lydia (Gustin), 1. E. Somerville, Mass., manufacturer. Ch. : Al- 
len Amos* Emery, b. Dec. 26, 1867, Chel. 

10374 Albert Eugene* Emery, b. Aug. 11, 1848, m. 1st, Chel. 
Feb. 9, 1868, Laura Luella Corliss, b. Hookset, Merrimac co., N. 
H., Nov. 26, 1850, d. Chel. Sept. 2, 1873, da. Stephen and Mary 
(Wilcox). He m. 2d, Brookf. Aug. 8, 1875, Hattie Maria Dur- 
kee, b. B. Sept. 29, 1858, da. Ezra and Caroline Maria (White), 1. 
Chelsea, s. p. 

4380. 

Sarah Marinda 7 Hibbard (Abigail* Hovey), m. Brookfield, 
Vt, Oct. 9, 1859, as 2d w., Amos Emery, b. Chester, N. H., Mar. 
27, 1820, s. Jonathan and Nancy A. (Eaton). (He m. 1st, Almira'' 
Hibbard -(-4379),!. Chelsea, Vt, farmer. Ch. b. Brookf.: 10375-6 
Curtis Stanton* Emery, Nov. 6, 1861; Wilson Seward* Emery, Nov. 
9, 1863. 

4381. 

JHTary 7 Hibbard (Elizabeth* Hovey, Abigail, Benj.<, Joseph", Samuel*^ 

d. E. Brookfield, Tunbridge, Vt., May 27, 1859, a. 50, m. Brookf. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



I289 



Dec. 23, 1828, Ezra Wills, b. Tunb. Oct. 1, 1808, s. Joel and Lois 
(Perigo or Perrigo). Of T. 1878, S. Royalton 1879. Ch.: 

+ 10377 William Wallace 9 Wills, b. June 18, 1829, Chelsea; 
Lucinda Isadore* Wills, b. July 7, 1833, Brookf., d. B. Apr. 6, 1834. 

10378 George Washington* Wills, b. Jan. 8, 1835, B., m. 1st, 
Apr. 10, 1 86 1, Gertrude Louisa Walker, d. (after coming West), 
Feb., 1866. He m. 2d, Jan., 1869, Emma, 1. Belle Plaine, la., R. 
R. engineer. Ch. by 1st m.: George Wallace 3 Wills, b. Sept., 186 1, 
Haverhill, Mass., d. Feb., 1866. 

10379 Eliza Lucretia 9 Wills, b. Apr. 16, 1838, E. Randolph, 
Vt, m. in Vt., Oct. 22, 1859, Aaron Alvah Currier, b. Went- 
worth, N. H., July 19, 1837, s. David D. and Eliza (Putney), 1. 
Lawrence, Mass. Ch. b. Lawrence : Alice Cora 9 Currier, b. Oct. 
9, i860, d. L. July 9, 1862 ; Addie Alma? Currier, Mar. 29, 1862 ; 
Carrie Lueretia 9 Currier, June 18, 1864 ; Ella Cora 9 Currier, May 4, 
1870 ; John Alvah 9 Currier, July 7, 1876 ; Albert 9 Currier, Apr. 15, 
1878. 

10380 Benjamin Porter 9 Wills, b. Jan. 5, 1839, 6, 1840, E. 
Ran., m. 1st, Woodstock, 111., Dec. 12, 1867, Helen Maria Wright, 
b. Oct. 28, 1842, da. Benjamin Franklin and Lucinda (Runlett). 
Divorced July n, 1873. He m. 2d, Feb. 1874, Annie, she prob. 
1. Milwaukee, Wis. He is, 1879, XVl mines of Colorado; R. R. en- 
gineer. Ch. by istm.: Franklin Porter 9 Wills, b. July 12, 1869, 
Chicago, 111., d. Milwauk. Oct. 22, 1870; William Everett 9 Wills, 
b. Feb. 26, 1871, M., d. Mar. 22, 1871. By 2d m.: Mary 9 Wills, b. 

•Nov., 1874. 

10381 Mary Lucina 9 Wills, b. Apr. 19, 1841, E. Ran., m.Vt, 
Sept. 26, 1864, Lt. George Greenleaf Hutchins, b. Ashburnham, 
Worcester co., Mass., Feb. 5, 1833, s. Ephraim and Amy (Dear- 
born), L North Sherburne, Rutland co., Vt. Ch.: Florence Co- 
rinne 9 Hutchins, b. May 17, 1866 ; Glen Burwell or Burnett 9 Hutch- 
ins, Dec. 13, 1868 ; Harry Howard 9 Hutchins, Feb. 22, 1876. 

10382 Thomas Perigo 9 Wills, b. June 18, 1843, E. Ran., m. 
Lawrence, July 4, 1866, Josephine Ayer, b. L. 1849, da. Peleg. 
Divorced, 1. Lawrence, builder, s. p. 

10383 Ezra Herman 9 Wills, b. July 16, 1848, E. Ran., m. 1. 
Toledo, Tama co., la., R. R. engineer. 

10384 Caroline Estella 9 Wills, b. May 23, 1853, S. Royalton, 
Vt, m. Vt., Oct. 5, 1873, William Halliday, b. Andover, Mass., 
June 17, 1853, s. William and Jane (Lawrence), s. p. 

4382. 

Gurdon Flummer" 1 Hibbard {Elizabeth* Hovey), d. E. 
Brookfield, Vt., Apr. 26, 27, 1887, a. 76, m. Chelsea, Vt., Jan. 1, 
1839, Isabella Hemenway, b. C. Aug. 21, 18 14, d. E. Brook. Jan. 
12, 1886, da. Jonathan Wilder and Sylvia (Hastings). Of E. 
Brookfield, farmer. Ch. b. Brookfield : 

10385 Edwin Smiley 9 Hibbard, b. Oct. 3, 1839, m. Amy Phy- 
lettd' Hovey -(- 4362. 

10386 Franklin Plummet Hibbard, b. Jan. 3, 1843, d. n. Cold 
Harbor, Va., June 10, 1864, unm., enlisted in U. S. A. 

10387 Arthur Edgar 9 Hibbard, b. June 20, 1847, d. Brookf. 
Mar. 27, 1887, m. B. Jan. 1, 1873-5, Caroline Sargent, b. B. Oct. 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



2, 185 1, da. Thomas Irving and Mary Ann (Elliott), 1. E. Brook- 
field, farmer. Ch.: Edwin Irving* Hibbard, b. Sept. 21, 1878. 

10388 Isabella Luella* Hibbard, b. Mar. 27, 1849, m. Chel- 
sea, Sept., 1870, Andrew Norton Woodruff, b. West Windsor, Vt, 
Jan. 28, 1845, s. Harrison and Janette (Winn), farmer. Ch.: 
Harrison Gurdon 9 Woodruff, b. June 1, 1872, Brookf. 

10389 Alpheus Gurdon* Hibbard, b. Oct. 5, 1850, m. Brookf. 
Aug. 29, 1875, Clara Martha Buck, b. Northfield, Vt, Aug. 29, 
1857, da. William Leland and Lois Dickinson (Gaylord), s. p. 

4383. 

Ruth Hovey 7 Hibbard {Elizabeth* Hovey), m. Brookfield, Vt, 
Nov. 5, 1837, John Sprague, b. Randolph, Vt., Apr. 6, 1815, s. 
Edward and Asenath (Corliss), 1. E. Brookfield, 1879-82, farmer. 
Ch. b. Brookfield. 

10390 John Hibbard* Sprague, b. Nov. 5, 1838, m. Julia Eliz- 
abeth 9 Bacon -f- 10357. Daniel Hovey 6 Sprague, b. May 12, 1843, d. 
Chelsea, Vt, July 21, 1855. . 

4385. 

Sarah Davison 1 Hibbard (Elizabeth* Hovey), m. Brookfield, 
Vt, Feb. 11, 1841, Joseph Newell, b. Oxford, N. H., Aug. 9, 1811, 
s. Joseph and Weltha (Strong), 1. Brookfield, farmer. Ch.: 

10391 Franklin Hibbard* Newell, b. Dec. 8, 1842, Oxford, d. 
Brookf. Mar. 20, 1886, m. Williamstown, Vt, Jan. 1, 1865, Alma* 
Maria Brewer, b. Tunbridge, Vt., Nov. 7, 1845, da. Jason and 
Sarah (Dutton), 1. Brookf., farmer. Ch. b. B.: Eliza Maria 9 New- 
ell, b. Jan. 13, 1867, d. B. Nov. 12, 1885 ; Frederic Elton 9 Newell, b. 
Nov. 13, 1868 ; George Frank 9 Newell, Aug. 18, 1882. 

10392 Joseph Gurdon* Newell, b. May 30, 1845, Oxf., m. Chel- 
sea, Vt, Jan. 28, 1879, Louisa Celia Vincent, b. C. June n, 1843, 
da. Stephen and Phebe (Hale), 1. Somerville, Mass., trader, s. p. 

10393 Everett Clifton 9 Newell, b. May 13, 1847, Oxf., m. Ran- 
dolph, Vt, Mar. 14, 1869, Ida Alelia Bixby, b. E. Brookf. June 
23, 185 1, da. Urbane and Mary Ann (Hovey), 1. Chelsea, farmer. 
Ch.: Da 9 , b. and d. Dec. 13, 1872; Florence Emeline 9 Newell, b. Jan. 
8, 1874, d. Mar. 28, 1875 ; Bertha Eudora 9 Newell, b. Dec. 14, 1877, 

'd. Mar. 21, 1878 ; Eulelia May 9 Newell, b. Mar. 3, 1879. 

10394 George Flint* Newell, b. Mar. 14, 1849, Oxf. unm., 1. 
Deer Isl.j Boston Harbor, Mass., engineer. 

10395 Silas Davis* Newell, b. Jan. 14, 1851, Brookf., m. Ran- 
dolph, Aug. 9, 1873, Mary Keith Wheatley, b. Brookf. July 13, 
1855, d. B. Nov. 19, 1885, da. Jesse C. and Sarah Ann v Sprague), 
1. Brookf., farmer. Ch.: Eva Wheatley 9 Newell, b. Jan., June 26, 
1874; Guy Joseph 9 Newell, Dec. 30, 1880 ; May 9 Newell, May 19, 
1885. 

10396 Sarah Elizabeth* Newell, b. June 26, 1856, Brookf., m. 
June 23, 1887, Dr. Chauncey Clement Goodrich, M.D., of Avon, 
N. Y., s. Rev. S. O. and Mary (Woolson). 

10397 Herbert Llewellyn* Newell (Dr.), b. Nov. 11, 1861, 
Brookf., 1. St. Johnsbury, N. Y., physician. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES' CLEVELAND. 



4386. 



1 291 



Fanny JBumhatri' Hibbard (Elizabeth* Hovey), d. Wash- 
ington, Warren co.. N. J., May 23, 1872, a. 53, m. E. Brookfield, 
Vt, Sept. 10, 1844, Nathan Davis, born Boston, Mass., Nov. 23, 
1 81 9, s. Nathan and Lydia (Wentworth). Ch. : Caroline Adaline 6 
Davis, b. June 26, 1845, Norwich, Vt., d. Feb. 5, 1856. 

10398 Frank Igo 6 Davis, born Jan. 27, 1847, N., m. South 
Stanhope, Morris co., N. J., May 19, 1870, Malvina Heaton, b. 
Drakesville, Morris co., N. J., June 26, 1847, da. Francis Joseph 
and Sarah (Slack), 1. 1879, Port Morris, Morris co., N. J., em- 
ploye Morris & Essex R. R. Ch.: Fannie Heaton* Davis, b. June 
15, 1872, Irvington, N. J. 

10399 Josephine* Davis, b. July 12, 1849, Ludlow, Windsor 
co., Vt., 1. Washington, N. J. 

10400 Frederic Napoleon Nathan 6 Davis, b. Sept. 1, 1851, 
Middle Granville, N. Y., m. Suckasunny, N. J., Oct. 29, 1871, 
Charlotte Ann Brown, b. Port Morris, Sept. 20, 185 1, da. Ran- 
kins and Sarah (Youngs), 1. Port Morris, machinist. Ch.: Chas. 
Frederic 9 Davis, b. May 16, 1873. Fanny 6 Davis, b. 1858, Wash- 
ington, N. J., lived 3 days. 

4387. 

Elizabeth Perkins 1 Hibbard (Elizabeth* Hovey), m. Brook- 
field, Vt., Apr. 25, 1847, Solomon Stoddard, b. Washington, Vt., 
J Dec. 27, 1801, d. Methuen, Mass., Aug. 13, 1874, s. Solomon and 
Mary (Buckland). She 1. 1878, Methuen. Ch. b. Brookfield : 

1 040 1 Emma Flavilla 6 Stoddard, b. Feb. 17, 1842, m. Me- 
thuen, Oct. 1, 1865, Enoch Holt, b. M., Nov, 9, 1809, s. Enoch 
and Rachel (Packer). Ch. b. M.: Ina Estella 9 Holt, b. July 20, 
1866, d. Mar. 22, 1878 ; Rachel Cora 9 Holt, b. Jan. 31, 1870 ; Bertie 9 
Holt, b. May 13, d. 21, 1872 ; Emma Elizabeth 9 Holt, b. Aug. 11, 
1874, d. Mar. 22, 1875 ; Enoch Christiansen 9 Holt, b. Dec. 26, 1875 ; 
Alfred May 9 Holt, b. May 1, 1877, d. Mar. 15, 1878. 

10402 King Solomon 6 Stoddard, b. Feb. 12, 1849, m. Wash- 
ington, Vt., Apr. 1, 1871, Cordelia Mindwell Colby, b. Corinth 
or Vershire, Vt., Oct. 10, 1854, da. Allison and Albina (Moody), 
1. Miller's Falls, Franklin co., Mass. Ch.: Zelpha Viola 9 Stoddard, 
b. June, 1873, Miller's F. 

10403 Ariel Burnham 6 Stoddard, b. Dee. 24, 1855. 

4388. 

Abigail Elizabeth? Hovey (John Fairfield* Hovey, Abigail, Ben.*, 

jo. 3 , Samuels), m. Camden, O., Jan. 1, 1837, Daniel Waugh, b. Cam- 
den, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1 80 1, d. McPherson, McPherson co., Kan., 
Oct. 2, 1878, s. Daniel and Irene (Smedley), farmer. She lived, 
1879, McPherson. Ch.: 

10404 Albert Freeman 6 Waugh, b. Oct. 17, 1837, m. Onion 
River, Sheboygan co., Wis., June 3, 1868, Lena Beeler, b. Volks- 
berg, Unter Alsasz, Germany, Feb. 2, 1844, da. John and Eliza- 
beth (Reoser), 1. Jackson, McPherson co., Kan., farmer. Ch.: 
Frank Albert 9 Waugh, b. July 8, 1869, Sheboygan Falls, Sheboy- 
gan co., Wis.; Fannie Elizabeth 9 Waugh, July 1, 1871, S. F.; Mary 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



Lena 9 Waugh, Feb. 13, 1879, McPherson: Clarissa Elizabeth* 
Waugh, born Mar. 24, 1840, d. Camden, O., Sept. 3, 1842 ; Sydney 
Horace* Waugh, b. Dec. 21, 1841, d. Sheb. Falls, Aug. 22, i860. 

10405 Emma Letitia* Waugh, born Sept. 6, 1843, m. Sheb. 
Falls, Feb. 11, 1864, Alvin Birney Bliss, b. Lorraine, Jefferson 
co., N. Y., Apr. 15, 1839, s. David and Jane (Lay), 1. McPherson, 
farmer. Ch.: Eva Jane 3 Bliss, b. Nov. 26, 1864, Plymouth, She- 
boygan co., Wis.; Mary Elizabeth* Bliss, May 28, 1867, Sheb. Falls; 
Carrie Grace 9 Bliss, Nov. 2, 1873, McP. ; Zina Lay 9 Bliss, b. June 
1, 1876, d. Feb., 1878. Lurena Elizabeth* Waugh, b. June 4, 1847, 
d. Sheb. Falls, Oct. 21, 1861; Frances Emily* Waugh, b. Sept. 9, 
1850, d. S. F., Oct. 13, 186 1. 

4389. 

Samuel Benjamin 7 Hovey [John f* Hovey), m. Eden, Dela- 
ware co., O., Oct. 28, 1843, Dorinda Pierce, b. Sunbury, Delaware 
co., O., Apr. 15, 1827, da. Milton and Fanny (Evans), 1. Fremont, 
May P. O., Tuscola co., Mich., farmer. Ch. b. Delaware co.: 
Victor*, b. Apr. 13, 1845, d. Jan. 8, 1850; Tilden*, b. Oct. 30, 1846, 
d. Sept. 10, 1848; Fannie Elizabeth*, b. Mar. 20, 1848, d. Jan. 10, 
1850; Jonas*, b. Jan. 18, 1850, d. July 8, 1851. 

10406 Judson Waterman* Hovey, b. Oct. 27, 1852, m. Del. 
co., O., Oct. 8, 1872, Lucy Brewster Shade, born Logan co., O., 
Sept. 25, 1852, da. Elijah and Emetine (Potter). Separated 1876, 
,1. May, farmer. Ch,: Hilliard De Wayne? Hovey, h. May 3, 1875, 
Tuscola co.; Bertha Emetine 9 , Apr. 11, 1877, Del. co. Ella*, born 
Apr. 13, 1855. 

10407 Lda* Hovey, b. May 20, 1858, m. Fremont, Dec. 24, 
1877, Ralph Immer Smith, b. Berlin, Delaware co., O., Sept. 4, 
1856, s. Rodney and Delilah (Reynolds), 1. Alum Creek, Del. co., 
O., farmer, s. p. 

4390. 

John Kean 7 Hovey {jokn f.« Hovey), m. Brighton, Lorain 
co., O., Mar. 23, 1843, Mary Elvira Bunce, b. Hanover, N. Y., 
July 10, 182 1, da. William and Sarah (Hamilton), 1. Townville, 
Crawford co., Pa., farmer. Ch.: 

10408 Edwin Hamilton* Hovey (Rev.), born June 26, 1844, 
Brighton, m. 1st, Randolph, Crawford co., Pa., Sept. 24, 1865, 
Diantha Hunt, b. R., June 22, 1845, d. R., Dec. 4, 1867, da. Hor- 
ace and Eliza (Hatch). He m. 2d, n. Lancaster, Wis., May 3, 
187 1, Mary Jane Rice, born Vt, Sept. 16, 1841, da. Franklin, 1. 
Stoneboro, Mercer co., Pa. Baptist minister. Ch.: Mary Eliza 9 
Hovey, b. and d. Dec. 3, 1867 ; Mary Addie 9 Hovey, b. and d. Mar., 
1872 ; Iona Es telle 9 Hovey, b. Aug. 8, 1874, died July, 1875 ; John 
Franklin 9 Hovey, b. June 22, 1876. Laura Jane*, b. Oct. 2, 1846, 
Fredonia, Ozaukee co., Wis., d. Camden, O., Dec. 22, 1852. 

10409 Sarah Elizabeth* Hovey, b. Jan. 29, 1849, 1. Townville. 

10410 Ellen Janette* Hovey, b. July 4, 185 1, Fredonia, m. 
Randolph, Sept. 1, 1872, Enos Ames Scott, b. Rockdale, Lehigh 
co., Pa., farmer, Feb. 11, 1849, s - Daniel and Roby Ann (Ames). 
Ch. : Jennie May 9 Scott, b. July 4, 1873, d. Nov. 15, 1878; Carrie 
Elizabeth 9 Scott, b. June 20, 1876. Harriet Amelia* Hovey, b. Rich- 
mond, Pa., May 22, 1853, d. Randolph, Apr. 7, 1857. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



4391. 



1293 



Alvan Seabury* Hovey {John p.* Hovey), m. Birmingham, 
Erie co., 0., Oct. 28, 1849, Sarah Ann Cook, born Scriba, N. Y., 
Jan. 13, 1 83 1, da. Newell and Esther L. (Shattuck). Of Holland, 
Lucas co., O., farmer. Ch. b. Lorain co., O.: 

1 041 1 Luella Clarette* Hovey, b. June 22, 1852, m. Holland, 
Nov. 15, 1876, William Washington Thomas, b. Centreville, Alle- 
gany co., N. Y., Apr. 27, 1853, s. George Points and Mary Ann 
(Thomas). Of Farmersville, N.Y., farmer. Ch.: Clarence Hovey* 
Thomas, b. July 8, 1878. 

10412 George Elbert* Hovey, born Nov. 24, 1855, m. Jan. 1, 
1878, Adelaide Louise Bamsey, b. Richfield, Lucas co., O., da. 
John and Rosette (Ackland). Ch.: Mabel Ellen' Hovey, b. Oct. 
9, 1878. 

4393. 

Daniel HilV Hovey {John f* Hovey), m. Sandusky, O., Nov. 
8, 185 1, Jane Ellis, b. Florence, Erie co., O., Sept. 11, 1830, da. 
Cornelius and Eliza (Walker). Of McPherson, Kan., farmer. 
Ch.: 10413 Edgar Willis* Hovey, b. Mar. 8, 1853, Eden, O. 

10414 Mary Elizabeth* Hovey, b. Feb. 8, 1856, Wakeman, 
O., m. Harper, McPherson co., Kan., Feb. 20, 1875, Simon Peter 
Fisher, b. Northumberland co., Pa., Sept. 9, 1848, s. Isaac D. and 
Keturah (Rhoadermel). Of Lindsburg, McPherson co., Kan., 
farmer. Ch.: Maud Alice* Fisher, b. Sept. 7, 1876; Lottie" Fisher, 
Apr. 18, 1878. 

10415 James Andrew* Hovey, b. Apr. 27, i860, Ottumwa, 
Coffey co., Kan.; John Cornelius* Hovey, Apr. 1, 1862, O.; Ida 
May* Hovey, Jan. 25, 1866, O.; Eva Ellen* Hovey, Feb. 17, 1868, O. 

4396. 

Abigail JtOSella" HOWeS {Lucy* Hovey, Abigail*, Ben.*, Jo. s, Satn.a), 

m. Chelsea, Vt, Nov. 23, 183 1, Worcester Bugbee, b. C, Feb. 5, 
1805, son Pelatiah and Sally (Cook), 1. Lowell, Mass., carriage 
maker. Ch. b. Chelsea: 

+ 104 1 6 Charles Henry* Bugbee, b. July 4, 1832. 

10417 Albert Volney* Bugbee, b. Mar. 26, 1834, m. Lowell, 
Aug. 31, 1851, Emily Susan Johnson, b. Vershire, Vt, Nov. 5, 
1 83 1, da. Perkins and Loretta (Flanders), '1. Lowell. Ch. born 
Lawrence, Mass.: Emma Abby Jane* Bugbee, Jan. 15, 1854, unm.; 
Frank Perkins* Bugbee, Dec. 28, 187 1. 

4397. 

Caroline 'Matilda' Howes {Lucy* Hovey), m. 1st, Lowell, 
Mass., May 18, 1839, Joseph Moore, b. Wayland, Middlesex co., 
Mass., Feb. 15, 1812, d. Lowell, Nov. n, 1876, son Joseph and 
Mary (Sherman), engineer. She m. 2d, L., June 18, 1878, An- 
fort Coburn, born L., or Dracut, Middlesex co., Mass., Dec. 25, 
181 1, s. Moses Bradstreet and Clara, 1. Lowell, machinist. Ch. 
l)y 1st m.: 1, d. young. 



1294. 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



4398. 



Nancy Amanda 1 JEfovey (Lucy* Hovey), m. Lowell, Mass., 
Mar. 10, 1843, Ora Kimball Goodale, b. Stoddard, N. H., Dec. 
20, 1814 ; d. Medford, Mass., Jan. 14, 187 1, s. Amos and Eunice 
(Crane). She 1. 1878 Medford. Ch. b. Lowell : 

10418 George Lucius* Goodale, b. Mar. 7, 1844, m. Medf. Jan. 
7,-18*68, Mary Susan Goldthwait, b. Chelsea, Vt., May 20, 1845, 
da. Joseph Lorraine and Lydia Ann (Newcomb), 1. Medford, 
book-keeper in Boston. Ch.: Agnes Goldthwait* Goodale, b. June 
20, 1871, Medf. ; Carrie Louise* Goodale, Jan. 8, 1876, M. ; Joseph 
Goldthwait*, b. and d. May 16, 1879; George Mortimer* , b. May 16, 
1879. 

10419 Joseph Moore* Goodale, b. Dec. 17, 1848, m. Medf. 
Feb. 19, 1873, Carrie Almedia Floyd, b. M. Mar. 25, 1847, da. 
Joshua Gleason and Susan (Peirce)', 1. Medf., book-keeper in 
Boston. Ch.: Marion Floyd* Goodale, b. Feb. 15, 1875, Medf. 

4399. 

Ijucius JEdSQn 7 Howes (Lucy* Hovey), m. Swanton, Frank- 
lin co., Vt, Jan. 22, 1843, Emily Melissa French, b. S. June 27, 
1823, da. Isaac Hurd and Sarah (Bowers), 1. Maquoketa, la., 
painter. Ch.: 

10420 Silas Conant* Howes, b. Oct. 19, 1843, Swanton, m. 
Maquoketa, Feb. 8, 1863, Elizabeth. Miller Rice, b. Hamburg, 
Erie co., N. Y., Feb. 28, 1845, da. Andrew Benedict and Lucy 
Ann (Manning), printer. Ch. b. Maquoketa : George Gebhart* 
Howes, Aug. 11, 1864 ; Willis Edson* Howes, Aug. 2, 1869; Son 9 , b. 
and d. Aug. 25, 1875. Alonzo Ora*, b. Sept. 1, 1854, Maquoketa, 
d. Mar. 25, 1855. 

1042 1 Carrie Amanda* Howes, b. Aug. 11, i860, M., d. ab. 
May 1, 1886, m. M. Oct. 5, 1876, Arthur Percival Farr, b. M. Oct. 
1, 1858, s. Harry and Mary Ann (Crane), L Maquoketa, shoe- 
maker, s. P. 

4401. 

' Samuel 7 liUVgeSS (Eleanor', Zenas 6 , Benjamin*, Joseph*, Samuel 8 , 

Moses*), d. Allen tp., Washington co., Pa., Feb. 8, .1870, a. 68, m. 
1st, Ithaca, N. Y., 1830, Hannah Loder, she d. 1832. He m. 2d, 
Bedford, Bedford co., Pa., 1834, Elizabeth Dougherty, b. Phil- 
adelphia, Pa., 1805, d. Belle Vernon, Fayette co., Pa., Aug. 7, 
1875. Ch. by 1st m.: 

10422 Diana* Burgess, b. 1830, d. ab. 1859, m. 1845, Elisha 
Jenks, Jr., he d. ab. 1859. Ch.: Park Marion* Jenks, b. Oct. 7, 
1846, m. Newark Valley, Tioga co., N. Y., May 18, 1866, Frances 
Augusta Blair, b. Sullivan co., Pa., Aug. 31, 1847, da. Winslow 
and Mary Jane (Dean), 1. 1879 Alta, Buena Vista co., merchant, 
s. p.; Sylvanus* Jenks, b. Sept. 10, 1848, d. Dec. 12, 1863 ; Charles 
Franklin* Jenks, b. Oct. 15, 1850, 1. Williamsport, Pa., salesman; 
Celia Ann* Jenks, b. July 20, 1852, m. Loronzo F. Rockwood, 1. 
Berkshire, N. Y., merch. ; Amy Jane* Jenks, b. Mar. 4, 1854, m. 
F. A. Jenks, 1. San Francisco, Cal.; Elisha* Jenks, b. Nov. 30, 
1856, d. Jan? 14, 1857. 

10423 Harriet* Burgess, b. July 5, 1832, d. Sheshequin, Pa., 



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1295 



Nov. 1, 185 1, m. Litchfield, Pa., Dec. 1, 1849, John Crotsley, b. 
Barton, Tioga co., N. Y., June 17, 1825, d. Shesheq. Aug. 21, 
1874, s. John and Sally (Mills): Ch.: Son 9 , b. Apr. 25, 185 1, d. y. 
2d m., s. p. 

4402, 

James' Burgess (Eleanor*), d. Greenwich, Huron co., O., 
Aug. 27, 1866, a. 63, m. Ithaca, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1825, Rachel Bel- 
lows, b. I. Jan. 2, 1806, d. Green w. Sept. 21, 1865, da. Phillip and 
Elizabeth (Deshong), farmer. Ch.: 

10424 Harriet* Burgess, b. June 20, 1838, m. Greenw., Sept. 
2 7» 1857, Thomas Calvin Robinson, b. Bloomingdale, Richland 
co., O., June 19, 1836, s. James and. Rebecca (Jacobs), 1. Hills- 
dale co. (White P. O.), Mich., farmer. Ch.: Rebecca Ann* Robin- 
son, b. Aug. 31, 1859 '■> Thomas Holland* Robinson, Oct. 23, 1861 ; 
James Burgess* Robinson, Dec. 30, 1864 ; William Orval* Robinson, 
June 27, 1873. 

10425 Adaline* Burgess, b. June 13, 1842, m. Mansfield, O., 
Oct. 31, 1861, William Stahl, b. Ashland co., O., May 5, 1840, s. 
John and Catharine (Folmer), 1. White P. O., farmer, s. p. 

10426 Emeline* Burgess, b. Jan. 17, 1846, m. Ashland, O., 
Oct. 28, 1865, Jacob Wiedler, b. .Clarence, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1843, s. 
John and Susan (Croup), 1. Camden, Hillsdale co., Mich., far- 
mer. Ch.: Francis Elbert* Wiedler, Oct. 17, 1866; Addie May* 
Wiedler, Feb. 2, 1873. Sarah Ann 8 Burgess, b. Apr. 24, 1848, d. 
Feb. 10, 1866. 

4403. 

Eunice 1 Bur ff ess (Eleanor*), d. White Pine, Lycoming co., 
Pa., Jan. 21, 1882/ a. 74, m. Bainbridge, N. Y., May 30, 1826, 
Hiram Hallett, b. Schoharie, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1805, d. White P. 
Feb. n, 1856, s. Solomon and Phebe (Mosier). Lived at White 
Pine 1878-82. Ch. : 

10427 Didama a Hallett, b. Jan. 19, 1828, Bainb., d. Cuyahoga 
Falls, 0., Nov. 9, 1849, m. Ithaca, N. Y., July 4, 1845, Benjamin 
Jennings Williams, b. Danby, Tompkins co., N. Y., Apr. 10, 1824, 
d. D. Aug., 1877, s. Nelson and Abiah (Jennings). Ch. : George* 
Williams, b. Nov. 5, 1849, d. Feb., 1850, or d. a. 7 days. Son 6 , b. 
and d. Aug. 12, 1830. 

10428 Rosalia' Hallett, b. May 16, 1832^ Sidney, N. Y., d. 
Ithaca, Mar. 1, 1854, m. I. Dec. 15, 1851, William S. Cronk, b. 
Ulysses, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1827, s. Timothy and Elizabeth (Gould). 
He 1., 1878, San Buenaventura, Ventura co., Cal. Ch. : Homer 
Gerard* Cronk, b. Oct. 5, 1852, Ithaca. 

10429 Harriet* Hallett, b. Oct. 12, 1833, Jackson, Tioga co., 
Pa., m. Candor, N'. Y., Feb. 2, 1850, James Edmund McLoskey, 
b. Slaterville, Tompkins co., N. Y., June 11, 1829, s. Zopher 
Tidd and Catherine Elizabeth (Boyce), 1. Beaver Dams, Schuy- 
ler co., N. Y., blacksmith. Ch. : Frances Fvelyn* McLoskey, b. 
Oct. 31, T857. 

-(-10430 Arthur* Hallett, b. July 15, 1835, Jackson, Pa. 

10431 Harvey* Hallett, Mar. 26, 1837, J., m. Mary Shoup. 
Dwelt Butler, Butler co., Pa., some time, left for Petrolia, Butler 
co., Pa., not since heard from. Ch. : 1. 



1296 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

10432 Inman A* Hallett, b. Aug. 7, 1838, Jackson, m. 
Cranberry tp., Oil City, Venango co., Pa., Oct. 20, 1865, 
Catharine Sadler, b. Slippery Rock tp., Butler co., Pa., Mar. 2, 
1844, da. Michael and Lydia (Fox), 1. Oil City 1879-80. Ch. : 
William Henry* Hallett, b. Aug. 26, 1866, d. Jan. 28, 1868 ; Emma 
Jane 9 Hallett, b. Jan. 23, 1869 ; Hiram Harvey 9 Hallett, Feb. 11, 
1871 ; Nancy Ann 9 Hallett, Sept. 14, 1873; Maggie Lydia 9 Hallett, 
Mar. 4, 1876 ; Hose Lavinia 9 Hallett, b. Mar. 4, 1876, d. Jan. 6, 

1877. 

10433 Eleanor* Hallett, b. Mar. 26, 1840, Jackson, m. Jersey 
Shore tp., Lycoming co., Pa., June 17, 1857, Joseph McCollurn, 
b. Chester co., Pa., Oct. 24, 1831, s. Joseph and Elizabeth (Doug- 
lass), 1. Watsonville, Santa Cruz co., Cal. Ch. b. Santa Cruz co. : 
John Wesley 9 McCollurn, Apr. 8, 1858 ; Edward Douglass 9 McCollurn, 
Sept. 29, i860 ; Eleanor Cleveland 9 McCullum, Jan. 4, 1864. 

10434 Newton* Hallett, b. Apr. 16, 1842, Ithaca, m. Pitts- 
burg, Pa., Aug. 13, 1868, Margaret Gill, b. Indiana tp., Alle- 
gheny co., Pa., Dec. 2, 1845, da. James and Martha (Dalzell), 1. 
Sharpsburg, Allegheny co., Pa. : Ch. : James Edwin 9 Hallett, 
Apr. 12, 1869; Samuel Harvey 9 Hallett, Mar. 16, 1871 ; Son 9 , b. 
and d. Feb. 21, 1873; Robert Newton 9 Hallett, Apr. 18, 1874; 
Alice May 9 Hallett, Aug. 9, 1876. 

io 435 Jane* Hallett, b. Feb. 26, 1844, Danby, m. Salladas- 
burg, Lycom. co., Pa., Feb. 26, 1862, Godfrey Decker, b. Rugel, 
Germany, Nov. 15, 1840, s. Frederic and Elizabeth, 1. White Pine, 
Pa., farmer. Ch. : Eugene Alberto 9 Decker, May 4, 1875 ; Maud 
Mary 9 Decker, Dec. 25, 1868; Frederic 9 Decker, July 8, 187 1 ; 
Anna May 9 Decker, Sept. 8, 1873 ; Arthur Godfrey 9 Decker, July 8, 

i875- 

10436 Ann Eliza* Hallett, b. Feb. 8, 1846, Spencer, Tomp- 
kins co., N. Y., m. Salladasburg, Nov. 2, 1863, George Henry 
Sellinger, b. Lycoming co., July 31, 1840, s. Barnhardt and 
Matilda (Young), 1. Grand Rapids, Mich. Ch. : Cora Belle 9 Sel- 
linger, Aug. 26, 1864; Elmer Mechlin 9 Sellinger, Sept. 6, 1869; 
Flora Delia 9 Sellinger, Aug. 21, 1871. Edward* Hallett, unm. 
1879-80. 

4404. 

Hannah? Burgess (Eleanor*), m. 1st Ithaca, N. Y., Apr. 19, 
1834, John DeGraw, b. N. Y. city Oct. 4, 1807, s. John and Mar- 
garet (Benjamin), hatter; divorced 1865. She m. 2d, Hudson, 
O., Nov. 28, 1865, Moses Draper, b. "Whitehall, N. Y., May 3, 
1796, d. Hudson July. 7, 1873, s. Jonathan and Patience (Benja- 
min), farmer. She 1. 1878, Hudson. Ch. by ist-m. : Emeline* 
DeGraw, b. June 19, 1835, Ithaca, d. Feb. 14, 1866, unm. 

10437 Eleanor* DeGraw, \>. Jan. 29, 1837, Ithaca. (Eleanor De 
Graw was to be m. at Hudson Apr. 13, 1886, to F. B. Sears.) 
Res. Hudson. 

Margaret* DeGraw, b. Aug. 29, 1838, 1., d. July 26, 1840. 

10438 Elnora* De Graw, b. June 8, 1840, I. 

10439 Charles Henry* DeGraw,b. Aug. 16, 1842, Owasco, N. Y., 
m. Sharon, Mercer co., Pa., July 27, 1870, Maria Davis, b. Falls- 
ton, Beaver co., Pa., Oct. 17, 1849, da. David and Mary (Davis), 
1. Mercer, Mercer co., Pa., shoemaker; served in 33d N. Y. V. M.; 



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1297 



discharged July 26, 1863. Ch. b. Sharon: Maud Ellen 9 DeGraw, 
May 1, 1872; Clifton Evelyn* DeGraw, Apr. 23, 1874; William 
Jesse* DeGraw, Mar. 18, d. May 7, 1876. 

10440 Orpha Ann DeGraw, b. Feb. 28, 1844, Mt. Morris, N. Y., 
m. Oakland, Livingston co., N. Y., Oct. 26, i860, George Benja- 
min, b. Paterson, N. J., May 10, 1821, s. Samuel and Jane (De- 
Graw), I'd Brownsville, Licking co., O., 1., 1879, Newark, O., 
cabinet-maker. Ch. : Willard Washington* Benjamin, b. Feb. 22, 
1863, Hudson ; Charles Clifford* Benjamin, Jan. 23, 1866, Millers- 
burg, Holmes co., O. ; Edward John* Benjamin, Mar. 25, 1872, 
Cleveland, O.; Eliza Mary* Benjamin, Mar. 22, 1874, Brownsv. 

10441 Martha Jane % DeGraw, b. Jan. 16, 1846, Nunda, N. Y., 
m. Hudson, Aug. 18, 1869, Edward Blackman, b. Mt. Vernon, O., 
Apr. 29, 1843, s. Joseph and Ann (Phillips), 1. Hudson, merchant. 
Ch. : Frederick William* Blackman, Aug. 8, 1870 ; Grace Maud 9 
Blackman, June 24, 1874 ; Charles Edward* Blackman, July 2, 1877. 

10442 William Willis* De Graw, b. July 30, 1849, Jamestown, 
N. Y. 10443 Mary Genevra* DeGraw, July 4, 185 1, J. 10444 
George Hamilton* DeGraw, July 21, 1853, Warsaw, N. Y. 

4405. 

William Cleveland'' Burgess (Eieanor«), m. Springfield, 
Pa., May 1, 1834, Mariette Burgess, b. Bridgeport, Susquehanna 
co., Pa., Nov. 13, 1815, da. Charles and Anna (Parmenter), 1. 
Springfield, 1879, merch. Ch. b. Spring! : 

10445 Nancy Amelia Burgess, b. July 25, 1840, d. Mainesburg, 
Pa., July 16, 1873, m. Springfield, Dec. 28, 1858, Orrin Clark 
Horton, b. Ulster, Pa., Mar. 1, 1835, s. Hiram and Hannah 
(Hovey), 1. Hammond, Tioga co., Pa., miller. Ch. : Frank Ells- 
worth* Horton, b. June 12, 1861, Burlington, Pa.; Frederick Arthur* 
Horton, Nov. 17, 1863, B., d. y.; Orrin Ardell* Horton, b. Aug. 16, 
1865, Canton, Pa. ; Clarence Edward* Horton, Oct. 18, 1867, C; 
Martha Ellen* Horton, Mar. 25, 1872, Lockington, Shelby co., O., 
d. y. 

10446 Eleanor Ann" Burgess, b. Jan. 11, 1843, m. Rossville, 
Bradford co., Pa., Aug. 18, 1861, Miles Brunson Potter, b. 
Columbia, Pa., Sept. 29, 1841, s. Elisha and Minerva (Moore), 1. 
Hood River, Wasco co., Ore.; cabinet-maker. Ch. : Ida May* 
Potter, b. July 7, 1862, Springf. ; William Burgess* Potter, Jan. 29, 
1870, Canton ; Harriet Minerva* Potter, June 15, 1873. Edward 
Parmenter* Burgess, b. Apr. 23, 1845, d. Mar. 5, 1865. 

4406. 

Eleanor" 1 Burgess (Eleanor*), m. Litchfield, Pa., Aug. 23, 
1834, Frederic Swartwood, b. Owego, N. Y., Mar. 20, 1813, d. 
Mitchell Creek tp., Tioga co., Pa., Dec. 26, 1877, s. James and 
Mary (Schoonover). She 1., 1878, Mitchell C. Ch. : 

10447 Julia Ellen* Swartwood , b. Nov. 23, 1836, Athens, Brad- 
ford co., Pa., m. Erwin, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1853, Julius Emmer 
Kirkendall, b. Barton, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1831, a s. Henry Peter and 
Amanda (Ellston), 1. Somers Lane, Tioga co., Pa., farmer. Ch. 
b, Lawrence, Pa.: Mary Belle* Kirkendall, July 18, 1861 ; Frederic 

82 



1298 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

Henry* Kirkendall, Aug. 2, 1866; Daniel Keep* Kirkendall, Aug. 29, 
1868; Herbert Lee 9 Kirkendall, Sept. 26, 1872. 

10448 Emily* Swartwood, b. Jan. 6, 1838, Tioga, N. Y., m 
Erwin (Painted Post), N. Y., Dec. 31, 1857, Erastus Kirkendall, 
b. Barton, Sept. 4, 1836, a s. Henry Peter and Amanda (Ellston), 
1. Corning, N. Y., builder. Ch.: Martha Annette* Kirkendall, b. 
Aug. 30, i860, Lawr., d. Jan. 24, 1864; Albert Erastus* Kirkendall, 
b. July 24, 1862, Tioga, Pa., d. Feb. 15, 1864; Florence ActelP Kirk- 
endall, b. June 30, 1865, d. Feb. 24, 1872 ; Rufus Elmer* Kirkendall, 
b. Sept. 6, 1867; Miles Henry* Kirkendall, b. Jan. 1, 1872, d. Mar. 
x 5> J 873; Horace Cassady* Kirkendall, b. July 31, 1875. 

10449 Lucetta* Swartwood, b. Mar. 17, 1841, Tioga, N. Y., 
m. Bradford, Pa., Nov. 10, 1861, Charles Henry Carleton, born 
Spafford, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1840, s. Philo N. and Rachel (Thomp- 
son), 1. Mitchell C, builder. Ch.: Jessie May* Carleton, b. Aug. 
5, 1866, Corning; Arthur Henry* Carleton, Mar. 29, 1871, Middle- 
ton, Pa.; Frank* Carleton, May 24, 1878, Mitchell C. 

10450 Jane* Swartwood, b. May 9, 1844, Tioga, N. Y., m. 
Wellsboro, Pa., Oct. 26, 1867, DeVere Shappee, b. Jackson, Pa., 
Feb. 12, 1848, s. Abner and Mary (Parker), 1. Tioga, Pa., painter. 
Ch.: Howard Abner* Shappee, b. Nov. 8, 1868; George Myrtle* 
Shappee, b. Sept. 13, 187 1, d. Nov. 3, 1874 ; Carrie May* Shappee, 
b. Feb. 21, 1874; Leon Delos* Shappee, June 4, 1876. 

1045 1 Ruth* Swartwood, b. Oct. 12, 1846, Burli igton, Pa., 
m. Horn ells ville, N. Y., July 3, 1868, Schuyler Beers, b. Wells, 
Pa., Jan. 13, 1842, s. Joseph Husten and Maria (Beers), 1. Mitch- 
ell C, R. R. emp. Ch.: Frederic Husten 9 Beers, b. May 13, 1870, 
d. Sept. 9, 1874; Ella Maria* Beers, b. Mar. 2, 1873. 

10452 Horace Frederic* Swartwood, b. Mar. 16, 1843, Lawr., 
m. Corning Dec. 23, 1872, Fannie Jane Gregory, born Kanona, 
Steuben co., N. Y., Apr. 5, 1856, s. Daniel Warner and Emeline 
Joanna (Hayford), 1. Tioga, Pa., farmer. Ch.: Sidney* Sue art- 
wood, b. May 9, 1877. Harriet 9 Swartwood, born Aug. 14, 1853, 
Tioga, Penn., d. Feb. 28, 1864. Henry Burgess* Swartwood, born 
Oct. 5, 1 86 1, Tioga, Pa., d. Mar. 10, 1864. 

4407. 

MJiviaVfC JELdllett (Eleanor", Zenas^, Ben.*, Jo.s, Sam.a), m. Afton, 

N. Y., Oct. 5, 1848, Albert Rounds, b. Foster, R. I., Jan. 14, 1810, 
s. Philip and Betsey (Smith), 1. Afton 1879, farmer. Ch.: 

10453 Alvah Bush* Rounds, b. Jan. 9, 1850, Afton, m. Bing- 
hamton, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1874, Catherine Owens, born Vallonia 
Springs, Broome co., N. Y., June 14, 1859, da. J onn J- an d Cath- 
erine (Snyder). Ch.: Jessie* Rounds, b. Aug. 16, d. Sept. 15, 
1875 ; Arthur* Rounds, Mar. 5, 1877. 10454 Ellen Josephine* Rounds, 
b. Apr. 15, 1853. 10455 Mary Ann* Rounds, Dec. 29, 1857. 

4408. 

Sarah Jane 1 JTallett (Eleanor"), m. Bainbridge, N. Y., 
Nov. 2, 1848, Nelson Cook, b. Franklin, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1812, d. 
Afton, N. Y., May 29, 1873, s.John and Rhoda (Woodruff). Ch.: 
Austin*, b. Jan. 18, d. Mar. 1, 1850. 10456-7 William* Cook, b. June 
30, 1853 ; James* Cook, b. July 22, 1867. 



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4409. 



1299 



IlOSWelV Shepard (Po/fy* Hamblin, Rachel , Benj.«, Jo.', Sam.*), d. 

Palestine, Pickaway co., O., Sept. 4, 1S51, a. 52, m. Lowell, Vt., 
Dec. 6, 1821, Lydia Sprague, b. Brimfield, Mass., July 28, 1798, 
da. Hosea and Elizabeth (Charles). She lived 1878 Shadeville, 
Franklin co., O. Ch.: 

10458 Hamblin 9 Shepard, b. Sept. 3, 1822, Lowell, was mur- 
dered at Elysian Grove Plantation in Shreveport, Cadds county, 
La., Feb. 27, 1867, tn. Strawtown, Hamilton co., Ind., Dec. 9, 
1855, Eliza Reynolds, b. n. Urbana, O., Sept. 12, 1831, da. Fran- 
cis Garner and Jane (Lutz), merch. She 1. 1877 Noblesville, 
Hamilton co., Ind. Ch. b. n. Perkinsville, Hamilton co., Ind.: 
Alma Elizabeth 9 Shepard, b. Oct. 6, 1856, d. Noblesv. Oct. 16, 1873 '■> 
Son*, b. and d. July 20, 1858 ; Son 9 , b. and d. Sept. 29, i860 ; Eva 
Belle 9 Shepard, b. May 7, 1862. 10459 Matilda Elizabeth 9 Shepard, 
b. Sept. 20, 1824, Montpelier, Vt., m. Homer, N. Y., July 19, 
1847, George Hetherington, b. Hardy co., Va., June 28, 1818, s. 
John and Jane (Coffman), 1. Lovington, Moultrie co., 111., farmer, 
was auditor of Pickaway co., O., several years, now (1877) audi- 
tor of Moultrie co. Ch.: Charles Shepard 9 Hetherington, b. July 
9, d. Aug. 12, 1848 ; Henry Shepard 9 Hetherington, b. Oct. 20, 1849, 
d. Aug. 9, 187 1. 

10460 Henry Campbell* Shepard, b. May 11, 1826, Montp., 
m. Columbus, O., Dec. n, 1862, Jennie Armstrong, b. C. Dec. 3, 
1835, d. Pine Grove, Pickaway co., O., Aug. 22, 1867, da. William 
and Jane (Delano), 1. Shadev. Ch.: Henry Delano 9 Shepard, b. 
Apr. 13, 1864; William Armstrong 9 Shepard, Oct. 19, 1866. New- 
man Sprague* Shepard, b. July 19, 1828, Barre, Vt., d. B. Mar. 20, 
1830. 

10461 Charles Sprague* Shepard, b. Sept. 7, 1830, B., m. Mt. 
Sterling, Madison co., O., July 1, 185 1, Sarah Margaret Creath, 
b. n. Mt, S. Dec. 22, 1831, da. William and Mary (Monohon), 1. 
Sullivan, Moultrie county, 111., farmer. Ch.: Matilda Elizabeth 9 
Shepard, b. Mar. 7, 1853, Pickaway co., d. Washington co., Iowa, 
June 20, 1858 ; Mary Arabella 9 Shepard, b. May 20, 1855, P. co.; 
Henry Sprague 9 Shepard, Feb. 11, 1858, Wash. co. ; William Lang- 
don 9 Shepard, Nov. 16, 1859, W. co.; Fannie May 9 Shepard, Aug. 1, 
1861, W. co.; Ann Elma 9 Shepard, Mar. 20, 1863, W. co.; Charles 
Hamblin 9 Shepard, Nov. 1, 1864, W. co.; Lydia Ellen 9 Shepard, May 
15, 1866, W. co.; John Creath 9 Shepard, Mar. 4, 1868, W. co.; Sol- 
omon White 9 Shepard, Oct. 24, 1870, W. Co.; Sarah Margaret 9 Shep- 
ard, b. Oct. 8, 1871, W. co. 

4410, 

Hetsey Hamblin 7 Shepard {Poii^ Hamblin), d. Hardwick, 
Mass., Jan. 29, 1882, a. 80, m. Alstead, N. H., June 10, 1827, Wil- 
son Darte, b. Keene, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1805, d. Hardwick, Mass., 
July 26, 1886, son Jesse and Susan (Capen). Res. Hardwick, 
farmer. Ch. b. Alstead : 

10462 Mary Julia* Darte, b. Sept. 20, 1828, m. Albert 
Alvin 7 Cleveland +4 2 5 2 - 

10463 William Elliot* Darte, b. Aug. 16, 1830, m. Enfield, 
Mass., Mar. 31, 1858, Charlotte Sabin Whipple, b. Greenwich, 



1300 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



Mass., Jan. 4, 1838, d. Hardwick Jan. 29, 1882, daughter Joel and 
Eunice (Richardson). Still res. (1897) Hardwick, farmer, s. p. 

10464 Sumner Luman* Darte, b. Aug. 22, 1833, d. June 9, 
1858, m. Enf. Feb. 22, 1854, Harriet E. Woods, b. E. Feb. 28, 
1830, da. Aaron and Caroline M. (Ellis), farmer, s. p. 

10465 Alvin Wilson* Darte, b- Oct. 24, 1842, m. Petersham, 
Mass., May 27, 1874, Sarah Jane Cook, b. P. Nov. 25, 1847, d. P. 
Aug. 27, 1882, daughter Ellison and Mary (Loring), 1. Peter- 
sham, farmer, s. p. 

441 1. 

Mir am 1 Shepard {Poiw Hambiin), m. 1st, Chelsea, Vt, Dec. 
3, 1829, Harriet Spiller, b. C. Aug. 8, 1810, d. Barre, Vt, Feb. 
17, 1843, da. Joseph. and Dorothy (Stevens). He m. 2d, Chelsea, 
Feb. 18, 1845, Lura Bixby, b. C. May 27, 1814, da. Ichabod and 
Susan (Lewis), 1. Barre, farmer. Ch. by 1st m.: Harriet* ', b. Oct. 
14, 1830, d. Mar. 18, 1834 ; George Newcomb*, b. Jan. 14, 1835, d. 
May 14, 1855 ; Mary Ann 9 , b. Dec. 10, 1837, d. Feb. 21, 1839. By 
2d m.: 

+ 10466 Wilbur* Shepard, b. Aug. 13, 1848. 



4412. 

Simeon" 1 Shepard (Po/i y » Hambiin), died Barre, Vt., Dec. 31, 
1873, a. 68, m. 1st, Brookfield, Vt., Apr. 12, 1834, Roxana Paine, 
b. Brookf. Dec. 28, 1811, d. Barre, Dec. 1, 1838, da. Storrs and 
Sally (Green). He m. 2d, Williamstown, Vt., Mar. 31, 1839, 
Harriet Martin, b. W. Feb. 21, 1814, d. Barre Feb. 2, 1890, da. 
Gurdon and Sarah (Wise), farmer. She 1. Barre 1878. 1st 
m.: s. p. Ch. by 2d m., b. Barre : Roxana Lucy* Shepard, b. Aug. 
10, 1840, d. Sept. 10, i860. 

+10467 Lydia Martin* Shepard, b. June 18, 1844. 

+ 10468 Almon Clark 6 Shepard, b. Sept. 8, 1848. 



4413. 

Joel Hambiin 1 Shepard (folly* Hambiin), m. Williamstown, 
Vt, June 22, 1830, Clarissa Martin, b. W. Feb. 11, 1810, da. Jon- 
athan and Susannah (Martyn), res. Williamstown, farmer, prom- 
inent citizen. Ch. b. Williamstown: 

10469 William* Shepard, b. Feb. 22, 1832, d. W. Jan. 10, 
1865, m. Barre, Vt., Dec. 8, 1858, Frances Rebecca Waterman, 
b. B. Oct. 29, 1834, da. Lewis and Fanny (Averill). s. p. 

10470 Eunice* Shepard, b. Nov. 18, 1836, m. Williamstown 
Dec. 10, 1854, Crawford Henry Jackson, b. Troy, Cheshire co., 
N. H., Apr. 7, 1830, son Henry and Abigail (Bruce), 1. Barre, 
farmer. Ch.: Clara Abbie* Jackson, b. Oct. 5, 1857, Williamst 
Frank William* Jackson, July 23, 1866, Barre. 

Ellen Eliza* Jackson, Jan. 31, 1872, W. 
Ida May* Jackson, Feb. 9, 1875, Barre. 
+ 1047 1 Rosina* Shepard, b. Dec. 12, 1845. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES' CLEVELAND. 



4415. 



1301 



Oliver Hamblifl 7 Clifford {Betsey* Hamblin, RacheP, Benjamin*, 

Joseph*, Samuel'), m. Medfield, Mass., Sept. 29, 1838, Elizabeth 
Mason, b. Princeton, Mass., Jan. 20, 1816, da. Joseph and Sally 
(Foster), 1. Medfield, 1878. Ch. b. Medfield: 

10472 Joseph Clark 9 Clifford, b. Sept. 10, 1839, m. Deerfield, 
Mass., Sept. 10, 1862, Mary Elizabeth Condit, b. Orange, N. J., 
June 12, 1840, da. Uzal or Uzziel Wade and Martha Emeline 
(Van Houten), 1. Rock Isl., 111. Ch.: Charles Condif Clifford, b. 
Feb. 17, 1866, Fort Monroe, Va. 

Alfred* Clifford, b. Feb. 11,-1845, m - St. Louis, Mo., 
Nov. 20, 1877, Mary Frances Morton, b. Mount Pleasant, Henry 
co., la., Apr. 7, 1850, da. Hon. John Tilson and Mary Frances 
(Wyman), of Topeka, Kan., 1. St. Louis, secretary of Ludlow 
Saylor Wire Co. 

Ellen* Clifford, born Mar. 7, 1846, unm. 
-(-10473 Sarah Elizabeth* Clifford, b. May 1, 1854. 



4422. 

Lovisdi 1 Hamblin (fames* Hamblin), d. Randolph, Vt., May 
30, 1866, a. 35, tn. Tunbridge, Vt., Feb. 27, 1856, John Alonzo 
Blakely, b. Chelsea, Vt., Oct. 5, 1827, s. Lyman and Katherine 
(Munn), 1. Chelsea, farmer. Ch.: 

10474 Adah May* Blakely, born Mar. 2, 1857, Chelsea, m. 
West Fairlee, Orange co., Vt., Feb. 10, 1877, Frank Irving Whit- 
ney, b. Chelsea, Aug. 26, 1856, son Alvah W. and Mahala M. 
(Jones), 1. Chelsea, merch. Ch.: Florence Ethel 9 Whitney, b. Oct. 
27, 1879, C. 

10475 Eliza Alma* Blakely, b. June 3, i860, Randolph, m. 
Chelsea, Dec. 10, 1879, George Edward Hatch, b. C, Dec. 10, 
1857, s. Samuel W. and Laura Caroline (Dickenson), 1. Chelsea, 
merch. Ch.: 

John Blakely 3 Hatch, b. July 24, 1881, C. 
Winn* Blakely, b. Oct. 5, 1865, Randolph, d. R., 
Dec. 20, 1866. 

4423. 

Lovisa 1 JBeafi (Nancy* Hamblin), m. Danbury, N. H., Jan. i, 
1846, William Small Curtice, b. Windsor, N. H., Apr. 17, 1814, 
d. Concord, N. H., Aug. 4, 1875, s. Stephen and Lydia (McClin- 
tock). She 1. 1877, Concord. Ch. b. Danbury: Son*, b. and d. 
Nov. 19, 1848. 

10476 William Austin* Curtice, b. Dec. 17, 1849, m. Geneva, 
O., Jan. 26, 1874, Emma Miriam Austin, b. G., Mar. 28, 1847, 1. 
Red Oak, Montgomery co., la., farmer, s. p. 

10477 Nancy Emma* Curtice, b. Apr. 8, died May 26, 1852 ; 
Nancy Velona*, b. May 24, 1853. 

Emma Oliver* Curtice, b. Mar. 16, 1856; Son*, b. and 
d. May 25, 1858. 



1302 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



4424. 



Elvira" Bean (Nancy* Hambttn), d. Rock Bluff, Cass co., Neb., 
Apr. 27, 1864, a. 47, m. Danbury, N. H., Feb. 1, 1838, Asa Martin 
Whittier, b. Grafton, N. H., Mar. 12, 1864, s. Richard and Lettie 
(Phillips). He 1. 1877, Empire City, Dakota co., Minn. Ch.: 

10478 Ellen Hastings 6 Whittier, b. Feb. 16, 1839, m. Tipton, 
la., Feb. 27, 1857, Dr. Hiram Latham. Ch. b. St. Louis, Mo.: 
Charles Whittier" Latham, Mar. 16, 1859; Arthur Bean 9 Latham, 
Apr. 2, 1 86 1. 

10479 Oscar Pulaski* Whittier, b. July 27, 1844, m. Frank- 
fort, la., Nov. 15, 1862, Amanda Strait, 1. Red Oak Junction, la. 
Ch.: Thaddeus Strait 9 Whittier, b. May 25, 1864, Rock Bluff; El- 
vira Anna 9 , Mar. 18, 1867, Red Oak, la. 

10480 Frank Bean* Whittier, b. Sept. 27, 1849. 

4426. 

Joel Hambliri 1 Bean (Nancy* rtambiin), m. Macedon, Wayne 
co., N. Y., Nov. 4, 1852, Celia Anthony, b. Milton, Ulster co., N. 
Y., Aug. 7, 1827, da. John and Susan (Cypher), 1. 1877, Hawley- 
ville, Page co., la., merch. Ch.: 

1 048 1 Alice Lavinia* Bean, b. May 27, 1854, Macedon, m. 
Hawleyv., May 24, 1875, John McGuire. Ch.: Son 9 , b. Dec, 1877. 

10482-3 Mabel Anthony* Bean, b. Nov. 11, 1859, Douglass, 
la.; Jesse Cass* Bean, Dec. 15, 1861, D. 

4430. 

Hannah? Payne (james* Payne, Persis 8 , Benjamin*, Jos.*, Sam.a), m. 

Eaton, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1823, Walter Menter, b. Vt., Mar. 23, 1804, 
d. Friendship, Fond du Lac co., Wis., July 21, 1865, s. Richard 
and Cynthia (Clough), farmer. She 1. 1878, Friendship. Ch.: 
+ 10484 Harriet Maria* Menter, b. Mar. 20, 1825, Eaton. N.Y. 
Hannah*, b. Oct. 1, 1827, Eaton, d. Feb. 18, 1829. 
10485. Hannah Sophia* Menter, b. June 1, 1830, E., d. Oct. 
25, 1854, m. Richland, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1852, Volney Charles Chap- 
man, he d. Aug. 14, 18 — , a. 31 years, s. Zenas L. and Abigail, 
s. p. 

10486 Lovina Luanda* Menter, b. Mar. 23, 1832, Richl., m. 
1st, R., Feb. 22, 1849, Henry L. Pettengill, he died fall of 1862, 
cooper. She m. 2d, July 3, 1863, William A. Anderson, 1. Fond 
du Lac, Wis., millwright, s. p. 

10487 Walter Samuel* Menter, b. Sept. 28, 1836, Richl., m. 
Fond du L., Feb. 20, i860, Mary Prosser, b. Rochester, N. Y., 
Apr. 12, 1836, da. Jeremiah and Gertrude (Smith), of Friend- 
ship, farmer. Ch.: Duane Franklin 9 Menter, b. Apr. 7, 1867. 

4431. 

JBTighant 1 Payne (james* Payne), d. Jackson tp., Anderson, 
Kan., Mar. n, 1877, aged 76, m. 1st, Eaton, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1831, 
Julia Ann M. Chapman, b. E., July 24, 1810, died Kan., Sept. 2, 
1867-8. He m. 2d. Dwelt at Friendship, Wis., went, June, 
1858, to Kan. Ch.: 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



I303 



10488 Marvin Henry* Payne, b. July 22, 1832, m. in Wis., 
Mrs. St. Ores; rem. 1858 to Kan., later to Cal., of St. Helena, 
Napa co., Cal., 1879. 

10489 Julia Elizabeth* Payne, b. May 14, 1834, m. Charles 
Pritchard, rem. to Kan., 1. St. Helena. 

10490 Edward Warhem*, b. June 15, 1836, 1. Adobetown, 
Madison co., Mont. 10491 James Andrews*, b. Nov. 13, 1837, 1. 
Littleton, Arapahoe co., Col. 

10492 Albert Levant* Payne, b. June 15, 1841, m. Garnett,. 
Kan., Margaret Ann Bockover, 1. n. Garnett, farmer. Ch.: 
Marion Crawford 9 Payne, July 29, 1865 ; Edward Livingston* Payne, 
Feb. 8, 1872. 

10493 Savilla Antoinette* Payne, b. Sept. 13, 1846, in N. Y., 
m. Garnett, David Dickson, 1. n. Garnett, farmer. Ch.: Julia 
Agnes* Dickson, Oct. 5, 1863 ; /sola Inez* Dickson, July 28, 1869 ; 
George M* Dickson, May 12, 1872; Cora Ann* Dickson, Aug. 10, 
1877. 

10494 Alice Sophia* Payne, b. June 17, 1850, Friendship, m. 
Garnett, Stephen Bockover, 1. Garnett, farmer. Ch. 5 : Charles 
Alanson* Bockover, b. Dec. 25, 1873, d. J 874; James Albert* and 
John Alfred* Bockover (tw.), b. Oct. 18, 1875 ; Lulu Bell* Bockover, 
Feb. 28, 1878. 

4432. 

Sophia? Payne (James* Payne), d. Richland, Mexico, N. Y., 
Jan. 31, 1833, aged 29, m. Eaton, N. Y., ab. 1822, as 1st w., Rev. 
Joel Wilson Nye, b. E., Jan. 29, 1802, d. Hawleyville, la., Feb. 
19, 1853, 1858, s. Bonham and Anna (Recard). Ch. : 

-(-10495 Malissa Bloomfield* Nye, b. Feb. 15, 1823, Eaton. 
10496 Alonzo Harrington* Nye, b. Dec. 29, 1830, Nelson, N. 
Y., m. a widow with 5 children ; was, 1849, mate of brig sailing 
from Chicago, 111., went to Kan. ab. 1864; was last heard from 
at Cedar Rapids, Linn co., la. 

+ 10497 Joel Watts* Nye, b. Jan. 21, 22, 1833, Mexico, N. Y. 

Rev. Joel Wilson Nye, Baptist clergyman, studied theology 
and grad. from Hamilton coll.; "was a leading Baptist minister 
for many years. His health failing, he was sent by Baptist 
Board of Missions to Indiana ; preached at Lawrenceville, Dear- 
born co., Ind., to 1855, afterward in Peoria, 111., and la. He m. 
2d, Richland, 1834, Nancy Melvina Ferris, da. of Rev. Enoch, a 
Baptist minister. Ch.: Enoch Randolph Nye, b. 1835, Mexico; 
Sophia Payne Nye, b. 1838, Attica, Wyoming co., N. Y. 

4433. 

JJucinda 7 Payne {james^ Payne), d. Fond du Lac, Wis., June 
21, 1861, a. 55, m. Eaton, N. Y., May 27, 1824, William Menter, 
b. Hebron, N. Y., Apr. 7, 1802, d. Fond du Lac, Nov. 9, 1867, s. 
William and Cynthia (Hopkins), farmer. Ch.: f 

10498 William James* M enter, b. Jan. 1, 1826, Eaton, m. 
Mexico, N. Y., Jan. 26, 1848, Alma Everts, b. M.ANov. 7, 1826, 
da. Samuel and Lucinda (Slack), 1. Mexico, farmeV. s. p. Ly- 
man Payne*, b. Aug. 29, E., d. Sept. 2, 1830 ; Son*, b. knd d. Rich- 
land, N. Y., May 27, 1832. ^ 



1304 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



+ 10499 Lucinda Jane* Menter, b. July 13, 1835, Richland. 

10500 Robert Henry* Menter, b. June 26, 1842, R., d. June 
11, 1869, unm., farmer. Enlisted in U. S. A. before aged 21. 

4434. 

Samuel Stebbins 7 Payne (fames* Payne), d. Richland, N. 
Y., Apr. 24, 1834, a. 26, m. Van Buren, Onondaga co., N. Y., 
Aug. 21, 1832, Sarah Ann Goddard, b. V. B. Aug. 20, 1813, d. 
V. B. Apr. 2, 1846, d. Ebal and Esther (Earle), millwright. Ch.: 

10501 Esther Ann* Payne, b. July 3, 1833, Baldwinsville, 
N. Y., m. S. Richland, N. Y., Mar. 24, 1850, George W. Pal- 
mertoh, b. Wilnaj N. Y., July 9, 182.7, s. Lyman and Esther 
(Brayton), 1. 1878, Pulaski, Oswego co., N. Y., farmer. Ch.: Rob- 
ert Edwin 9 , b. Dec. 25, 1851, S. Richl., drowned Oct. 18, 1870 ; 
George Davis 9 Palmerton, b. Aug. 21, 1866. 

4435. 

Persis 7 Payne (fames' Payne), m. Richland, N. Y., June 22, 
1834, Levi Keith, b. Nelson, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1809, s. Lincoln and 
Submit (Doolittle), 1. Nelson, farmer. Ch.: 

10502 Mary Jane* Keith, b. Aug. 3, 1847, N., m. N. Oct. 12, 
1876, David Walton Jones, b. Llanllwni, Carmarthenshire, 
Wales, G. B., Apr. 1, 1849, s - Thomas and Hannah (Jones), 1. 
Nelson, farmer, s. p. 

4436. 

James 1 Payne (fames* Payne), d. Richland, N. Y., May 7, 
1855, a. 44, m. R. Apr. 17, 1842, Abbie Fenner Southworth, b. 
Mendon, Mass., Aug. 26, 1824, da. Royal and Phebe (Gleason). 
(She m. 2d, Richl., Nov. 14, 1870, William Porter, and 1. 1879 
Allegan, Allegan co., Mich.). Farmer. Ch.: 

10503 James Barney* Payne, b. Mar. 29, 1844, Pineville, Os- 
wego co., N. Y., m. Ft. Wayne, Ind., Feb. 20, 1871, Myra Rose, 
b. Burr Oak, Mich., Nov. 19, 1842, da. Seneca and Cornelia Pa- 
mela (Dow), 1. South Bosque, McClellan co., Tex. Ch.: James 
Barney 9 Payne, b. Sept. 20, 1873. 

10504 Emogene Lora* Payne, b. Oct. 15, 1850, Litchfield, 
Mich., m. Trowbridge, Mich., Nov. 15, 1867, Seth Orr, b. Mere- 
dith, N. Y., June 19, 1835, s. James Madison and Martha (Wil- 
son), 1. Trowbridge, farmer. Ch.: Abbie Myra 9 Orr, b. Sept. 10, 
1869; Bertha EtheV Orr, May 18, 1877; Blanche Leona 9 Orr, Apr. 
3, i879- 

4438. 

Selina 7 Payne (fames* Payne), m. Richland, N. Y., Nov. 28, 
1841, Nathan Harrison Soule, b. R. July 30, 1818, d. Burr Oak, 
Mich., May 1, 1870, s. Constant and Lucena (Brace), farmer. 
She 1. Burr O., 1878. Ch. b. Richl.: 

10505 Malvina Henrietta* Soule, b. Dec. 13, 1842, m. Burr 
O., Mar. 7, 1865, Erastus Geoi-ge, b. Ashtabula co., O., Apr. 7, 
1837, s. Isaac and Sally (Purd)^), 1. Burr O., merch. Ch. b. B. O.: 
Carrie Eliza 9 George, May 10, 1866; Florence Persis 9 George, Jan. 28, 
1872. 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



I305 



10506 Marcellus Fayette* Soule, b. Jan. 29, 1845, m. Ft. Wayne, 
Ind., Sept. 10, 1872, Helen Martha Jones, b. Nunda, N. Y., Apr. 
8, 1850, da. Amos Clark and Martha Ann (Smith), 1. Burr O., 
merch. Ch.: Charles Wayne* Soule, b. Nov. 26, 1873, Sturgis, 
Mich.; Edith Jane* Soule, Oct. 5, 1875, Camden, Jay co., Ind.; 
Henry Fayette* Soule, Sept. 20, 1878, Burr O. 

4441. 

Nathan Cleveland" Payne {Edward* Payne, Persis 6 , Ben.*, Jo.', 

Sam.2), d. Montague, Mass., Aug. 24, 1856, a. 44, m. Wendell, 
Mass., Nov. 8, 1836, Sarah Brewer, b. W. Apr. 6, 181 7, d. Mon- 
tague, Feb. 8, 1870, da. Samuel and Fanny (Watt), farmer. Ch. 
b. Montague: 

10507 Henry Welford* Payne, b. Mar. 15, 1838, m. M. Jan. 1, 
186 1, Maria Louise Clapp, b. M. Jan. 4, 1840, a da. Martin Har- 
vey and Maria (Russell), 1. Springfield, Mass. 

Clapp ancestry ■ — [See + 3179, p. 1070] Roger 8 , of Dorchester 1630 ; Preserved 4 , b. D" 
Nov. 24, 1643, m - Sarah Newbury of Windsor, Conn., da. of Benjamin (s. of Thomas New- 
bury and Jane of Dorch.) and Mary (Allyn, da. of Matthew of Hartford, Conn.); Pre- 
served 4 m. Mehitable Warner of Hatfield ; John 6 , m. Eunice Parsons ; John 7 , m. Eunice 
Smead ; Josephs, m. Ann Harvey, da. Capt. Moses ; Martin Harvey" Clapp, m. ist, 
Maria Russel. — Clapp Memorial, 63. 

Ch.: George Henry 9 Payne, b. May 2, 1868; Lucius Lee* Payne, Nov. 
21, 1869. Susan Fanny* Payne, b. Sept. 8, 1840, d. Mar. 18, 1842. 

10508 Julia Bancroft" 1 Payne, b. Apr. 14, 1842, m. Dayton, O., 
June 2, 1866, Asa Burton Closson, b. Norwich, Vt, June 27, 1837, 
s. Asa Burton and Caroline (Taylor), 1. Cincinnati, O., merch. 
Ch.: Fanny Agnes* Closson, b. Dec. 12, 1867, C: Henry Burton* 
Closson, May 2, 1871, *C; Alice Helen* Closson, July 20, 1873, Lud- 
low, Kenton co., Ky. 

10509 Samuel Brewer* Payne, b. Dec. 6, 1843, m. ist Mon- 
tague, Nov. 22, 1864, Myra M. Sherwood, b. M. Dec. 27, 1844, d. 
M. Mar. n, 1869, da. Cephas G. and Diadama M. (Brown). He 
m. 2d, Fisherville, Mass., Dec. 7, 1870, Eva C. Hough, b. Boston, 
Mass., June 10, 1850, da. Daniel and Caroline Y. (Merrill), 1. 
Greenfield, Mass., harness mfr. ist m.: s. p. Ch. by 2d m.: 
Herbert B* Payne, b. Nov. 16, 1871; Frederick H* Payne, Nov. 10, 
1876. 

105 10 Freeman Edward* Payne, b. Feb. 8, 1847, m - Bernards- 
ton, Mass., Oct. 26, 1869, Ella C. Slate, b. Amherst, Mass., Aug. 
31, 1847, da. Jonathan L. and Electa (Marsh), 1. Greenf., har- 
ness mfr. Ch.: Florence Isabel* Payne, b. Nov. 5, 1876, G. 

105 1 1 Fannie Caroline* Payne, b. Dec. 18, 1849, m - G., Oct. 
4, 1 87 1, John Thaxter Shaw, b. Colerain, Mass., Aug. 17, 1848, s. 
Thaxter and Eliza Ann (Wilson), 1. Montague, farmer. Ch.: 
Edeth Lulu* Shaw, b. June 7, 1874, M. 

1 05 1 2 Charles Nathan* Payne, b. July 24, 1852, m. Spring- 
field, Nov. 17, 1875, M. Lulu Bugbee, b. Ticonderoga, Essex co., 
N. Y., May 4, 1853, da. Samuel A. and Orrie L. (Miller). Of 
Greenfield, druggist. Ch.: Ralph Wheelwright* Payne, b. Sept. 12, 
1877, G. 

4442. 

John Fox 1 Payne .(Edward* Payne), died Montague, Mass., 
Mar. 10, 1880, a. 65, m. Wendell, Mass., Aug. 15, 1837, Mary 



1306 



CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



Brewer, b. W., Aug. 3, 1819, a da. Samuel and Fanny (Watt). 
Dwelt n. Montag., farmer. Highly esteemed. Ch. b. Montague: 

105 13 Ellen Aurelia* Payne, b. July 13, 1838, m. M., May 1, 
i860, Henry Belden Cook, born Hadley, Mass., Mar. 15, 1833, s. 
Zenas and Lucy (Russell), 1. 1879, Orange, Mass. Ch. b. Mon- 
tague : Carrie Lida 3 Cook, b. July 9, 1861, d. May 28, 1864; Ed- 
ward Henry* Cook, b. May 21, 1866; Frank Payne* Cook, b. Oct. 5, 
1870 ; Mary Ellen 3 , b. Aug. 5, 1872, d. Oct. 28, 1873 ; Alice Louisa 3 
Cook, b. Aug. 2, 1874. Edward Samuel*, b. Aug. 11, 1840, d. Sept. 
10, 1841. 

105 14 George Dwight* Payne, b. Oct. 15, 1843, tn - is t» M., 
Nov. 24, 1864, Lucy Arabella Shaw, b. M., Jan. 20, 1843, d. M., 
Aug. 27, 1868, da. Roland and Britannia (Johnson). He m. 2d, 
Hartford, Conn., Mar. 28, 1876, Vesta Minera.Noyes, b. Plain- 
field, Mass., Oct. 26, 1846, da. Jason and Nancy (Shaw). Ch. by 
1st m. : Carrie Dell 3 , b. July 21, 1868, d. June 7, 1869. By 2d m., 
b." Montague : Clara Maria? Payne, Nov. 26, 1877 ; Edward Henry 3 
Payne, Dec. 10, 1878. 

-I-10515 Abbie Louise* Payne, b. Oct. 14, 1849. 

4443. 

JHfelonO 1 Martin (Persts* Payne, Persist, Ben.*, Jo.s, Sam.«), d. Mor- 

risville, N. Y., Oct. 9, 1886, a. 77, m. M., Oct. 9, 1843, Myranda 
Seymour, b. Lebanon, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1806, d., s. Silas and Sally 
(Gilbert). He I'd Lebanon; 1879, Oneida, N. Y., farmer. Her 
obituary appeared in Madison Observer, Oct. ij, 1886. Ch. born 
Lebanon : 

t 05 1 6 Charles Martin* Seymour, b. July 26,1 844, m. Morrisv., 
Jan. 8, 1868, Mary Janette King, b. Sangerfield, N, Y., May 5, 
1848, da. Davis T. and Janette (Leland), 1. Morrisville, merch., 
of firm Storrs & Seymour. Ch. b. Morrisv. : Florence 3 Seymour, 
b. Nov. 5, 187 1 ; Laura 3 Seymour, b. Feb. 9, 1874, d. Dec. 12, 1879. 

105 1 7 Henry Franklin* Seymour, b. Dec. 16, 1845, m. Greece, 
Monroe co., N. Y., Apr. 30, 1868, Florence Matilda Mahon, b. 
Mahon, Huntington co., Ind., May 13, 1846, d. Rochester, N. Y., 
Feb. 15, 1875, da. xVrchibald and Mahala (Dodge), 1. Rochester, 
dairyman. Ch.: Annie 3 Seymour, b. May 1, 1869, Oneida; Katie 3 
Seymour, Feb., 1871, On.; Fannie 3 Seymour, Sept., 1873, Roches.; 
Florence 3 Seymour, Feb. 5, 1875, R. 

4446. 

Hibbavd'' Martin {Persis* Payne), d. Morrisville, N. Y., Dec. 
22, 1885, a. 71, m. Madison, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1841, Elvisa Tracy 
Smith, b. M., May 3, 1822, da. Zenas and Sally (Reed). She 1. 
Morrisv. He was deputy sheriff Madison co., 1879. His obitu- 
ary in Madison Observer, Dec. 23, 1885. Ch. : 

10518 Mary Emogene* Martin, b. Sept. 10, 1843, M., m. M., 
Dec. 26, 1 86 1, Edwin Gregg Adams, b. Cohoes, Albany co., N. 
Y., Feb. 28, 1835, s. William Lawson and Araminta D. (Piatt), 
1. Cohoes, merch., of firm S. & E. G. Adams. Ch.: Clara Hattie 3 
Adams, b. Oct. 21, 1862, Cohoes; Nellie Fidelia 3 Adams, Nov. 23, 
1864, Troy, N. Y.; Mary Elizabeth 3 Adams, Feb. 24, 1867, T.; Ed- 



DESCENDANTS OF MOSES 1 CLEVELAND. 



1307 



win 9 Adams, Aug. 23, 1870, Lansingburg, N. Y.; Florence 9 Adams, 
Mar. 14, 1873, L. 

4447. 

Susan 1 JUartin (Perst** Payne), m. Eaton, Morrisville, N. Y., 
Feb. 16, 1837, James Henry Curtis, born Ballston, N. Y., July 9, 
1 814, s. Abel and Anna (Donahue) Curtis. Dwelt Peterboro, 
N. Y. Residence, 1879, Spencerport, N. Y., farmer. Ch. b. 
Perrington, Monroe co., N. Y. : 

105 1 9 George Martin* Curtis, b. Jan. 25, 1838, m. Peterboro, 
Aug. 2, 1865, Mary Elizabeth Campbell, b. P., Aug. 26, 1835, da. 
John and Maria (Rich), 1. Gates, Monroe county, N. Y., farmer. 
Ch. b. Gates : Clifton Campbell* Curtis, b. July 9, 1866, d. G. Apr. 
14, 1 871; John Gerritt Henry 9 Curtis, born Aug. 8, 1870; Florence 
Maria 9 Curtis, Aug. 30, 1872; Mary Isabel 9 Curtis, Nov. 5, 1875. 

10520 Adaline Topliff* Curtis, b. Sept. 16, 1840, d. Hardin 
co., la., Apr. 7, 1863, m. G., Dec. 14, 1859, Hezekiah Ranney 
Dewey, b. G. Apr. 12, 1838, a s. Joseph and Maria (Ranney) 
Dewey, 1. Grand Blanc, Genesee co., Mich., stock raiser. Ch. : 
Mary Lucy 9 Dewey, b. Nov. 12, i860, Ogden, Monroe co., N. Y. ; 
Wm. Henry 9 Dewey, Oct. 11, 1861, Gates ; Minnie 9 Dewey, b. Nov. 
1, 1862, Harden co., d. Woodbury co., la., Dec. 14, 1866. 

10521 Mary Harriet Curtis, b. Jan. 25, 1844, m. Penfield, 
N. Y., Aug. 5, 1862, Thomas D. Dewey, b. Gates, Mar. 7, 1842, 
a s. Joseph and Maria (Ranney) Dewey. Residence, Marshall- 
town, Marshall co., la., 1879, miller, etc., enlisted, 1862, 108th N. Y., 
honorably discharged 1863, came home a wreck, was a cripple 
for years. Ch. b. Marshallt. : Martha Evelyne 9 Pewey, Mar. 4, 
1864; Minnie Adeline 9 Dewey, July 15, 1866; Abbie May 9 Dewey, 
Sept. 12, 1869; Mabel Clare 9 Dewey, Feb. 14, 1872; Harry Curtis 9 
Dewey, b. Oct. 20, 1864, d. Jan. 1, 1869. 

10522 Seymour Henry 6 Curtis, b. Dec. 30, 1851, engaged to 
be m. Sept. 18, 1879, to Nellie S. Gott, b. Ogden, Nov. 16, 1858, 
da. Oscar F. and Maria Martha of Parma, Monroe co., N. Y. 

4448. 

Alexa Ann 7 Jfartin (Persis* Payne), d. Cherry Tree, Ve- 
nango co., Pa., July 19, 1845, a - 2 5> tn - Morrisville, N. Y., Oct. 12, 
1844, as 1st w., Rev. John Marble. (He m. 2d, 1847.) Pastor 
of Baptist chh., Cherry Tree, 1 year. Ch. : 

10523 Ann Amelia* Marble, b. July 4, 1845, Venango co., m. 
Morrisville, Apr. 9, 1873, George W. Hockridge, b. M. Aug. 12, 
1837, s. John D. and Hester Ann (Rogers) Hockridge. Residence, 
Morrisville, farmer, s. p. 

4450. 

Charles Howard 7 Payne (John* Payne, Persis», Ben.*, Jo.\ Sam.*), 

m. Janesville, Wis., July 11, 1872, Eunice Preston, b. Hopewell, 
N. Y., July i, 1827, da. Charles and Betsey (Blandin) Preston. 
Residence, Janesville, mechanic, s. p. 

4451. 

Sarah Sophia 7 Payne (jo/m* Payne), m. Horseheads, N.Y., 
Jan. 6, 1853, James Wiggins, b. Newburgh, N. Y., Jan. 18, 1827, 



1308 CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 

s. Alexander C. and Rachel C. (Crissy) Wig-gins, I'd, 1879, Foot- 
ville, Rock co., Wis.; 1883, Whiting, Kan., farmer. Ch. : 

10524 Mary Frances 9 Wiggins, b. Mar. 27, 1854, Elmira, N.Y., 
m. Chicago, 111., March 10, 1873, Franklin Fayette Ford, born 
Rutland, Vt., Jan. 1, 1847, s. Elisha E. and Hannah L. (Rice) 
Ford. Residence, Council Bluffs, Iowa, manufacturer. Ch. : 
Grace Marie 9 Ford, b. Feb. 16, 1874, Janesville, Wis. 

10525 Alice Nelson* Wiggins, b. May 24, 1857, Center, Rock 
co., Wis. ; Herbert Elmer* Wiggins, May 15, 1862, C. ; Willie* 
Wiggins, born May 12, 1865, C, d. Nov. 21, 1867 ; Stella May* 
Wiggins, b. Aug. 7, 1868, Harmony, Wis., d. Mar. 27, 1875. 

4452. 

William, Henry Harrison 7 Payne {John* Payne), m. 
Watertown, Jefferson county, Wis., Feb. 21, 1870, Mary Calista 
Albee, b. Ann Arbor, Mich., June 29, 1840, da. Preserved and 
Calista Matilda (Nash) Albee. Res. Sandwich, De Kalb co., 111., 
inventor of a successful Automatic Grain Binder. Ch. : 

10526 Harry* Payne, b. June 13, d. Dec. 30, 1871; Edward 
Ernest* Payne, b. Nov. 14, 1872; Charles Albee* Payne, Nov. 21,1873; 
Da.*, b. and d. July 19, 1875. 

4453. 

Henry Nelson 7 Payne {John* Payni), m. Auburn, N. Y., 
Sept. 7, 1871, Elizabeth Amelia Porter, b. Chicago, 111., Apr. 15, 
1847, da. Rev. Lansing and Elizabeth (Curtis) Porter. Ch. : 

10527 Annie Elizabeth* Payne, b. Aug. 20, 1872, Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. ; Charles Lansing*, b. July 27, 1874, M., died Onondaga 
Valley, Onondaga co., N. Y., July 17, 1876; Porter 6 Payne, born 
Dec. 15, 1877, Lima, N. Y. 

Rev. Henry Nelson 7 Payne furnishes the following : 

" As for my ministerial record, etc., for which you ask, it is briefly as follows — (I 
think you have my military record) : 

" My literary course was pursued in Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y., from which I 
graduated with honor, July 16, 1868. After passing a year each in the Chicago Theologi- 
cal Seminary, and the Auburn Theological Seminary, I graduated from Lane Theologi- 
cal Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio, May n, 1871. Licensed to preach by Presbytery of 
Cayuga, April 13, 1870. Ordained to the gospel ministry by Presbytery of St. Paul, at 
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 5, 1871. 

" After declining an invitation to the pastorate of the Sixth Presbyterian Church of 
Cincinnati, Ohio, I accepted a call to the First Presbyterian Church of Minneapolis, Minn., 
July 1, 1872, and was soon after installed as its Pastor. During this pastorate of nearly 
four years, considerable accessions were made to the church, and a new and commodious 
edifice erected (at that time the best 'belonging to our denomination in the city), at a cost 
of $12,000. Resigned May 1, 1875. • 

"From Feb. 1, 1876, to Nov. 12, 1876, had charge of Presbyterian Church of Onondaga 
Valley, N. Y. ; Dec. 1, 1876, became pastor of Presbyterian Church, Lima, N.Y. ; resigned 
Feb. 10, i87g. Feb. 15, 1879, accepted call to pastorate of the Associated Presbyterian 
Church of Oxford, N. Y., in which field I am now (1889) happily and successfully 
laboring." 

4454. 

Miranda 7 Payne (ira*Payne, Persis 6 , Ben.*, jo.s, Sam."), m. Hins- 
dale, Cheshire co., N. H., Jan. 7, 1837, Samuel Henry Hendrick, 
b. Middlebury, Vt, Mar. 8, 181 1, s. Jabez and Sally (Henry), 1. 
Ripton, Addison co., Vt., farmer. Ch. : 10528 Susan* Hendrick, 
b. Sept. 29, 1838, Middlebury, unm. ; of Ripton. 

10529 Eliza fane* Hendrick, b. Aug. 19, 1840, R., m. R. Nov. 
28, 1872, David Hale, b. R. Dec. 22, 1827, s. Benjamin and Lucy 
(Stebbins), 1. Ripton, farmer. Ch. : Samuel David 9 Hale, b. Aug. 



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1309 



23, 1874, Granville, Addison co., Vt. ; Lucy Miranda* Hale, Jan. 
10, 1876, G. ; Susan Roxana? Hale, May 12, 1877, Riptpn ; Mary 
Jane" Hale, Mar. 16, 1879, R« 

10530 Luther Henry 9 Hendrick, b. Sept. 9, 1842, R., d. in 
Emory Hospital, n. Washington, D. C., Nov. 19, 1862, ent. U. S. A. 
early in the war. Stillman 9 Hendrick, b. Sept. 2, 1844, Ripton, d. 
R. Apr. 19, 1846; Laura* Hendrick, b. Nov. 24, 1851, R., d. R. 
Sept. 29, 1853. 

10531 Jessie Edwina 9 Hendrick, b. Nov. 30, 1855, R., m. R. 
Jan. 19, 1 87 1, George Newell Dow, b. R. Dec. 6, 1852, s. Newell 
and Almira (Folsom) Dow. Residence, Ripton, farmer. Ch. : 
Ira Luther* Dow, b. Apr. 2, 1872, R. 

4455. 

Willard 7 Payne {ira* Payne), m. 1st, Sunderland, Mass., 
Apr. 20, 1841, Emily Renfield, b. S. 181 1, d. Mass. Sept. 15, 1853, 
da. Capt. Renfield of S. He m. 2d, Monroe, Wis., Feb. 14, 1854, 
Lucetta Permelia Witter, b. Livonia, N..Y., Nov. 18, 1837, da. 
Chester and Emily (Tompkins) Witter, of Monroe, farmer. Ch. 
by 1st m. : Sarah Jane 9 , b. Oct. 19, 1844, d. June 4, 1863. 

10532 Laura Ann 9 Payne, b. Dec. 5, 1846, m. Chicago, 111., 
Sept. 15, 1862, Alvin Tompkins Witter, b. Mt. Morris, N. Y., 
Apr. 2, 1835, s. Chester and. Emily (Tompkins), 1. Monticello, 
Green co., Wis., merch. Ch. : Willard Mack* Witter, b. June 9, 
1864, Monroe ; Lillie Belle 9 Witter, b. Aug. 15, M., d. 26, 1866 ,- 
Merta ArdelP Witter, b. May 29, 1868, Monroe ; Daisy Belle* Wit- 
ter, b. July 14, 1872, Monroe; Chester Robert* Witter, Jan. 20, 1877, 
Montic. 10533 Ellen Frances 9 Payne, b. Aug. 3, 1849, m. Monroe 
June 24, 1866, Stephen Barber Perkins, b. Newtonville, Canada, 
Apr. 20, 1845, s « Stephen Barber and Salina (Dorman) Perkins. 
Residence, Marion, Crittenden co., Ky., painter. Ch. b. Monroe: 
Grace Emily* Perkins, June 28, 1868; Laura Salina* Perkins, July 24, 
1 871; Edwin Dorman* Perkins, Dec. 30, 1873; Herman 9 Perkins, 
Sept. 13, 1875. By 2dm. : 10534 Lizzie Estelle* Perkins, Aug. 16, 
1857; Edward Willard*, Apr. 3, 1859. 

4457. 

John Adams 7 Payne (ira« Payne), m. Montague, Mass., 
Jan. 1, 1852, Maria Lawrence, b. M. Jan.. 22, 1823, da. Cephas 
and Olivia (Stratton) Lawrence, 1. Paola, Kan., farmer. Ch. : 

10525 Charles Adams 3 Payne, b. July 5, 1853, Schoolcraft, 

. Kalamazoo co., Mich., m. Fontana, Miami co., Kan., Oct. 25, 1876, 

Fannie Ann DeBall, b. Waco, Tex., Jan. 8, 1855, da. Dr. James 

Montgomery and Hannah Ann (Ballard) DeBall. 10536 George 

Fremont 8 Payne, b. June 16, 1856, Monroe, Wis. 

4459. 

Emetine 7 Payne (ira* Payne), m. Vernon, Vt., Apr. 16, 1849, 
Charles Willis Peeler, b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 1, 1830, s. David 
and Nancy (Downs) Peeler. Residence, Orange, Mass., hatter. 
Ch. b. Montague, Mass. : 

10537 Eveline Gertrude 9 Peeler, b. Aug. 5, 1850, m. Vernon, 
Vt., Mar. 4, 1869, George Luther Wyman, b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



28, 1848, 1. Athol, Mass., mechanic, s. p. 10538 Charles Abraham* 
Peeler, b. July 20, 1854, 1. Orange, mechanic ; Cora Belle 6 Peeler, 
b. July 5, 1862; Oren Ellsworth 6 , b. Sept. 7, 1864, d. Feb. 13, 1866. 

4461. 

Emily" 1 White (Clarissa', Rufus*, Ben.*, Jo.s, Sam. a), d. Santa CrUZ, 

Santa Cruz co., Cal., Dec. 26, 1878, a. 78, m. Winsted, Conn., 
Feb. 23, 1825, Hezekiah Goodwin Butler, b. New Marlboro, 
Mass., June 7, 1798, d. Prompton, Pa., May 26, 1867, s. Hezekiah 
and Hepzibah (Burr) Butler, of Norfolk, Conn. Ch. : 

Alphonso Elizur* Butler, b. Jiily 3,1826, New Marlboro, 
d. Feb. 2, 185 1, unm. 

10539 Samuel Stone* Butler, b. July 12, 1829, New M., m. 1st, 
Elmira, N. Y., May 14, 1853, Sarah Pamela Fields, b. Baltimore, 
Md., Nov. 17, 1824, da. Eugene and Sarah (McMahan); divorced 
Jan., 1872. He m. 2d, Colebrook, Conn., Sept. 24, 1873, Elvira 
A. Sage, b. Coleb. June 17, 1841, da. Hiram and Lucy (Judd) 
Sage. Residence, 1879, Los Gatos, Cal. Ch. by 1st m., b. San 
Francisco, Cal. : James Gleason* Butler, b. Feb. 18, 1854; William 
Alphonso 9 Butler, Mar. 22, 1856; Oresmus Goodwin* Butler, Sept. 15, 
1859; Eugene Fields* Butler, Mar. 31, 1862 ; Meta Augusta* Butler, 
b. Sept. 20, 1864, d. Dec. 23, 1870. By 2d m. : Edward Sage* 
Butler, b. July 20, 1874, Los Gatos. 

10540 Edward Payson* Butler, b. May 13, 1834, Clinton, Alle- 
gheny co., Pa., ni. Princeton, 111., Aug. 13, 1856, Mary Jane Har- 
vey, da. Daniel; divorced. He 1. Santa Cruz, artist. Ch. b. in 
111. : Ira Goodwin* Butler, b. June 28, 1857, d. Aug. 27, 1858; 
Edward Payson* Butler, b. Nov. 20, 1858, d. June. 12, i860. 

10541 Mary Elizabeth* Butler, b. June 5, 1836, Clinton, m. 
Bethany, Pa., Aug. 7, 1852, Seth Lewis Torrey, b. Dy berry, 
Wayne co., Pa.., Jan. j, 1820, s. William and Eunice (Lewis) 
Torrey. Ch. : Martha Elizabeth* Torrey, b. Nov. 22, 1853, Hones- 
dale, Wayne co., Pa., d. May 30, 1876, m. Ottawa, 111., Oct. 1, 
1873, Clinton Macomber, s. p.; Elsie Lois* Torrey, b. Aug. 25, 1856, 
Ottawa; Lewis Butler* Torrey, b. Sept. 9, 1864, Ottawa. 

4462. 

Lavinia 7 White (ciarissa*), m. Winsted, Conn., Oct. 4, 1835, 
Gideon Hall, b. Bethlehem, Litchfield co., Conn., June 20, 1775, 
died Winsted Feb. 23, 1850, son William and Mary (Smedley) 
Hall. Farmer. She res., 1879, Winchester, Conn. Ch. : 

10542 Jane Catherine* Hall, b. Oct. 20, 1845, Winsted, m. 
Winsted May 9, 187 1, Samuel Abel Wetmore, b. Winchester 
Sept. 25, 1842, s. Dea. Abel Samuel and Lucy (Hill). Farmer. 
Ch. : Willis Leroy* Wetmore, b. Sept. 18, 1872; Arthur Halt* Wet- 
more, b. Mar. 27, 1874, d. May 9, 1875; Mary Beecher" Wetmore, b. 
Mar. 1, 1876; Charles DeWitf Wetmore, Sept. 4, 1877. 

4463. 

Mary Cleveland'' White (ciarissa«), d. Winchester. Conn., 
Aug. 27, 1866, a. 62, m. Winsted, Conn., Apr. 18, 1833, Edward 
Adams Rugg, b. New Marlboro, Mass., Sept. 20, 1806, d. Win- 
chester Apr. 17, 1862, son Seth and Sabrina (Adams), farmer, 



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I3II 



much esteemed. Ch.: Son 8 , b. and d. Sandisfield, Mass., 1834; 
Son*, b. and d. S., 1836. 10543 Harlan Fage* Rugg,"b. July 16, 
1838, S., m. Pleasant Valley, Litchfield co., Conn., Nov. 29, 1866, 
Finette Guernsey, b. Waterbury, Conn., Oct. 4, 1842, da. Joseph 
H. and Elizabeth (Talmadge), 1. Bridgeport, Conn., 1879. Ch.: 
Arthur Guernsey" Rugg, b. Sept. 26, 1869, New Milford, Litchfield 
co., Conn. 10544 Urania White* Rtigg, b. Oct. 17, 1839, Sandisf., 
num., 1. Winsted. 10545 Mary White 9 Rugg, b. June 23, 1841, 
Sandsf., m. Winchester Dec. 31, 1862, Richard Slocum, b. Cole- 
brook, Conn., Dec. 30, 1838, s. Richard and Cynthia (Swift), 1. 
Madison, la., farmer. Ch.: Elbert Heman 9 Slocum, b. Nov. 1, 1863 ; 
Alice Louise* Slocum, b. June 21, 1867, d. May 30, 1871 ; Edith 
May* Slocum, b. Apr. 16, 1869 ; Cliff ord Richard 9 Slocum, Sept. 10, 
1872. 10546 Edward Payson* Rugg, b. Aug. n, 1843, Winches., 
d. Meriden, Conn., Nov. 25, 1877, unm. 

10547 Elizabeth White* Rugg, b. Nov. 30, 1845, Winchester, 
m. Winchester Dec. 31, 1866, Joseph Thibault, born St. Claire, 
Dorchester, P. Q., May 12, 1842, s. John B. and Josephine (Car- 
rivean), 1. W. Meriden. Ch. : Edward Joseph 9 Thibault, b. Feb. 
6, 1868, W. M. Arthur*, b. June 19, 1847, Winchester, d. Win- 
chester Mar. 24, 1848. 

4465. 

Horace Cleveland 7 White (ciarissa«), married Sandisfield, 
Mass., Apr. 10, 1838, Susan Amelia Wolcott, b. S. Jan. 20, 1814, 
daughter Gen. Josiah and Amelia (Bissell), 1. Colebrook, Conn., 
builder, contractor. Ch.: 

10548 Salome Benton* White, b. Apr. 27, 1839, Sandisf., m. 
1st, Colebrook, Aug. 1, 1861, Gustavus Archibald Wright, son 
Archibald and Marcia (Wadsworth). She m. 2d, C, Dec. 9, 1874, 
Horace Aaron Lunn. Ch. by 1st m.: Willie Foster 9 Wright, b. 
May 13, 1862. By 2d m.: Horace White* Lunn, b. Dec. 29, 1875. 

Son*, b. May 11, 1841, d. May 13, 1841. 

10549 Mary Bissell* White, b. May 11, 1-841, m. Sandisfield 
Jan. 1, 186 r, Homer Philander Twining, b. Tolland, Hampden 
co., Mass., Nov. 9, 1839, s. Philander and Sarah Amelia (Shep- 
ard): Ch.: Clifford Homer 9 Twining, b. Nov. 22, 1866, d. Jan. 27, 
1868; Clifford Homer 9 Twining (ag.), b. Apr. 22, 1869. 

10550 Clarissa Amelia* White, b. Nov. 21, 1843, Sandisf., m. 
Colebr. Apr. 21, 1867, James Martin. Ch.: Susan Mary 9 Martin, 
b. Aug. 4, 187 1 ; Clarissa Augusta 9 Martin, June 29, 1874. Susan 
Adelaide* White, b. Oct. 31, 1845, Sandisf., d. Feb. 15, 1846. 

10551 . Theresa Lavinia* White, b. Apr. 25, 1848, S., m. Cole- 
brook Nov. 23, 1866, Frank Seymour Hale, b. Tolland, Mass., 
Dec. 13, 1844, son Francis S. and Fanny (Snow). Ch.: Dwight 
Francis 9 Hale, b. Oct. 21, 1867, d. July 28, 1868 ; Jennie Leonie 9 
Hale, b. Nov. 8, 1872 ; Homer Twining 9 Hale, Apr. 16, 1876. 

10552 Horace Wolcott* White, b. July 9, 1853, Lee, Mass. 

4467. 

JPJiilenda Miller 7 White (ciarissa<»), died Ion, Allamakee 
co., la., Nov. 6, 1857, a. 43, .m. Winsted, Conn., Sept. 6, 1835, Eli- 
zur Graves Perry, b. Oneida, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1809, d. Fairview, 



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CLEVELAND GENEALOGY. 



Jones co., la., Oct. 6, 1858, son Robert and Christiana (Beebe). 
Children : 

10553 Janette Martha* Perry (adopted), b. Feb. 7, 1836, Win- 
sted, m. 1st, Ion, June 19, 1858, George Perry, b. Fleming, N.Y., 
Apr. 30, 1834, d. June 12, 1861, s. Ira and Catherine (Reynolds). 
She m. 2d, Winsted, Dec. 10, 1866, George William Hotchkin, 
b. Jan. 12, 1836, s. Frederic and Nancy (Mattoon). Ch. by 1st 
m.: Ferdinand George 9 Perry, b. Feb. 15, 1859. By 2d m.: Wal- 
ter Raymond* Hotchkin, July 15, 1872; William Henry 2 Hotchkin, 
Jan. 11, 1874. 

10554 Edwin Robert* Perry, b. Mar. 14, 1838, Winsted, d. 
in the army at Annapolis, Md., Nov. 29, 1863, unm. 

10555 Philo Beebe* Perry, b. Apr. 7, 1840, Winsted, d. Na- 
vasota, Grimes co, Texas, June 10, 1874, m. Anderson, Grimes 
co., Texas, June 15, 1863, Mary Elizabeth Norton, b. Bedford, 
Bedford co., Tenn., Apr. 9, 1844, d. Navasota, Jan. 16, 1872, da. 
William Douglass and Martha (Williams). Ch.: Benjamin Fred- 
eric* Perry, b. Jan. 27,. 1865, d. Mar. 5, 1856 ; William Douglass 9 
Perry, b. Feb. 9, d. June 13, 1867 ; Mary Grace* Perry, b. Jan. 22, 
1871. Lavinia Hall* Perry, b. Oct. 12, 1843, Winsted, d. May 31, 
1844. 10556 Frederic Kellogg* Perry, b. Jan. 1, 1847, Winsted, m. 
Springfield, Mass., Oct. 15, 1866, Sarah Maria Lane, b. Union 
Vale, Dutchess co., N. Y., Aug. 2, 1845, da. Hosea and Laura 
(Benjamin), 1. Springfield, Mass., printer. Ch.: Leslie Edwin* 
Perry, b. Aug. 4, 1867, Hartford, Conn.; Philo Beebe* Perry, Sept. 
22, 1877, Springf. 10557 Lavinia White* Perry, b. June 11, 1850, 
Winsted, d. W. Apr. 13, 1872, m. W. May 18, 1871, George Wil- 
liam Ball, b. Townsend, Mass., Oct. 18, 1843, son William and 
Sarah Shattuck (Walker). Ch.: Eva* Ball, b. Mar. 5, d. 9, 1872. 
10558 Philenda* Perry, b. Jan. 24, 1852 ; Martha* Perry, b. May 
6, 1854, d. Aug. 31, 1855. 

4469. 

RUFUS 7 CLEVELAND (Alexander 8 , Rufus<>, Benjamin*, Joseph", 

Samuel 2 , Moses*), d. Glastonbury, Conn., June 11, 1897, a. 89, m. 
1st, Winchester, Conn., Dec. 9, 1830, Sally Ann Burnham, b. 
Colebrook, Conn., Mar. 29, 1803, d. Barkhamsted, Conn., Apr. 
17, 1854, a da. Daniel and Clarissa (Carr). He m. 2d, Auster- 
litz, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1854, his cousin, Mrs. Mary Ann (Kinne) 
Mallory, b. Great Barrington, Mass., Dec. 24, 1807, d. Bark- 
hamst. Feb. 28, 1871, da. William and Joanna (Church). Ch. by 
istm.: 

+ io 559 George Brainard 8 , b. Dec. 11. 1831, Barkhamsted. 

-j-10560 Rufus Baker 6 Cleveland, b. Jan. 5, 1834, B.; Dan- 
iel Burnham 8 , b. Apr. 5, Winchester, d. May 5, 1837. 

+ 10561 Chester Dwight 8 Cleveland, b. Oct. 22, 1838, W. 

-j- 10562 Caroline Elizabeth 8 Cleveland, b. Apr. 3, 1840. 
Barkh. 

10563 Edwin Fayette 8 , ) d. Aug. 8, 185 1. 
-r^ a a r h. Sept. 5, 1842, B. 

10564 Ellen Annette 8 , j * d. Aug. 21, 1861. 

2d m.: s. p. 

Hon. Rufus' Cleveland lived at. Barkhamsted to ab. 1876,. 
1879, Walling Hill,' n. Winsted to ab. June, 1896, Glastonbury af- 
terw. Farmer; selectman for years. 



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1313 



Hartford Times, June 13, /S07 — Obituary— RUFUS Cleveland was one of the lead- 
ing: men in the eastern part of Litchfield co. He represented Barkhamsted in the Leg- 
islature in 1862, and was a county commissioner of Litchfield co. 1867 to 1876. 

Burnham, Burnnm ancestry : — r arms : Bakxam ; 3 .- Barkhah ; 4 :' Bernham ; 
/ .- Berntham ; 4 : Burnam ; 3 .• BURNHAM : Gu. a chev. betw. 3 lions' heads. Crest — 
Leopard's head. . . . Walter Le Veutre came to Eng. 1066, made lord of Saxon village 
of Burnham, took name de Burnham, ancestor, held A. D. 1086, Burnham — Thorp, 
in Domesday hundred of Gallow Harpley. . . . Thomas 1 , b. Eng. 1617, desc. from Bur- 
nams of Hertfordsh., ed. for law, Hartford, Conn., bef. 1649, Potunk, m. Ann ("Wright ?) ; 
Richard 2 , m. Sarah Humphries 2 ; Charles 3 , m. Dorothy Keeney ; Stephen 1 , m. Elizabeth 
Cole ; Daniel 5 Burnham, m. Clarissa C. Carr — Burnham gen. By Roderick Henry Burn- 
hants 2d Ed., /SSf, p. 157. 

Humphrey ancestry : — Michael 1 [see + 586] ; Sarah 2 Humphries m. Richard Burn- 
ham 2 . 

4470, 

ALEXANDER PITT 7 CLEVELAND (Alexander*), d. July 
31, 1861, a. 51, m. Winsted, Conn., Mar. 24, 1835, Aurelia Smith, 
b. Winchester, Conn., Aug. 30, 1813, d. West Winsted, Oct. 20, 
1887, da. Dea. Elisha and Sally (Tyler). Ch. b. Barkhamsted, 
Conn.: 

10565 Anna Kinne 6 Cleveland, b. May 17, 1838, d. Win- 
sted, Mar. 25, 1859, m. Barkhamst. Sept. 27, 1857, Riley William 
Smith, b. Tolland, Mass., Jan. 22, 1836, s. Lorraine and Polly 
(Twining). Ch.: Son 9 , b. and d. Mar. 7, 1859. 

-(-1 05 66 Henry Elisha 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 16, 1840. 

10567 Sarah 8 Cleveland, b. June 16, 1844, m. Winsted, 
Mar. 20, 1877, Benjamin Chaplin Perkins, b. Becket, Berkshire 
co., Mass., Mar. 27, 1845, s. Augustus Messenger and Ruth Su- 
san (Snow), 1. W. Winsted 1879, farmer, s. p. 

+10568 Zebina Smith 9 Cleveland, b. Nov. 6, 1845. 

Hon. Alexander Pitt 7 Cleveland resided at Winsted, far- 
mer. He represented his town in Legislature 1849. Assessor 
of Barkhamsted 1846-9, School Visitor, road comsnr. of Win- 
sted 1858. His grave is in Winsted Cemetery. 

4472. 

ESTHER ALLEN' CLEVELAND (Oren«, Rufus*, Benjamin«,Jo- 

sepha, Samuel 2 , Mosesi), m. New Hartford, Conn., May 4, 1835, Michael 
Barnes, b. New Hartford, June 17, 1804, d. Huntsburgh, ()., Dec. 
5, 1870, s. Michael and Charlotte (Hendricks). A very success- 
ful farmer and prominent man in Geauga co., O. Ch. b. Hunts- 
burgh: Son*, b. and d. Apr., 1836. 

10569 Oren Michael* Barnes, b. Apr. 25, 1837, m. Huntsb. 
Jan. 1, 1861, Lucy Ann Kile, b. Huntsb. Dec. j6, 1840, eldest da. 
Philander and Sarah Beaman (Clark), res. 1879, Huntsburgh, 
farmer, s. p.; adopted ch.: Isabel Alice Smith, b. Apr. 11, 1859. 

Kile ancestry : — Joseph 1 , m. Anna Dixson ; Philander 2 Kile, b. May 21, 1814, m. Sa- 
rah Beamen Clark, b. Vt. May 23, 1816, a da. Ebenezer and Lucy (Phelps). 

+ 105 70 Charlotte Esther* Bames,\>. Aug. 13, 1839. 

105 7 1 Virgil Taylor* Barnes, b. Sept. 13, 1842, m. Claridon, 
Geauga co., O., June 13, 1866, Ella Louisa Cummings, b. Greene, 
Trumbull co., O., Oct. 20, 1846, da. Donald Mcintosh and Julia 
Ann (Ball, da. of William [b. Canada] and Marcy [Harvey]), 1. 
Huntsburgh on old homestead of his parents ; stockraiser. Ch. 
b. Huntsburgh : Wilson Arthur* Barnes, Sept. 9, 1867 ; Herbert 
Virgil 9 Barnes, Sept. 18, 1869 ; Arlington Edward 9 Barnes, b. Jan. 
29, 187 1, d. Oct. 4, 1873; George Earl 9 Barnes, b. Dec. 29, 1875 ; 
Franklin Michael 9 and Frederic Donald 9 Barnes (tw.), b. Nov. 26, 
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1877; Da. 9 , b. and d. Oct. 26, 1879; Charlotte Emma* Barnes, b. 
May 28, 1882; Ralph Howard* Barnes, Nov. 21, 1885. 

10572 Hubert Arthur* Barnes, b. Oct. 20, 1844, d. by acci- 
dent July 7, 1864, unm. 

4473. 

JEMIMA MARIA 7 CLEVELAND (Oren«, Rufus», Benjamins Jo- 
seph', Samuel 3 ), m. 1st, New Hartford, Conn., Oct. 11, 1836, Reuel 
Arnold Watson, b. New Hartford, Mar. 11, 18 12, d. Torringford, 
Conn., Aug. 21, 1851, s. Harvey and Sally (Wells). She m. 2d, 
Avon, Conn., June 12, 1853, as 3d w., Grant Thorburn, b. West 
Houses, n. Dalkeith, Scotland, Feb. 18, 1773, d. New Haven, 
Conn., Jan. 21, 1863, s. James and Elizabeth (Fairlie). She 
m. 3d, New Haven, Sept. 1, 1863, David Curtis Mitchell, b. 
Kilmarnock, Scotland, July 11, 1792, d. New Haven, Dec. 10, 
1872, s. David and Agnes (Kilpatrick); all m.: s. p. 

Mrs. Mitchell res. 1886 Winsted, Conn., 1894-7 New Haven; 
Reuel Arnold Watson resided at Torringford. 

Watson ancestry : — 35 arms : (Cambridgesh., Yorksh.) Ar. on chev. engr. betw. 3 
martlets sa. 3 crescents. Crest — Griffin's head. . . . John 1 , of Hartford, Conn., 1644 
(perhaps related to Thomas and Robert of Windsor), m. Margaret Smith ; John 3 , m. 
Ann ; Cyprian 8 , b. Hartford, Jan. 12, 1689, m. 1st, Elizabeth Steele, da. James and Sarah 
(Barnard) ; Levi*, m. Abigail Ensign ; Levi 5 , m. Lucy Olmsted ; Harvey* Watson m. 
Sally Wells, da. Asa. —John Watson and Desc. by Thomas Watson i8bs> p. 28. 

Grant Thorburn beginning life as a wrought-nail maker, he 
in 1792 became involved in political movements which led him 
to emigrate from Scotland to America June, 1794, settled in N. 
Y. city ; his checkered fortune furnished John Gait with inci- 
dents of " Laurie Todd." 

He published : Gentleman and Gardener's Kalendar, N. Y., 1816, 1817 ; Forty years 
residence in America: or the Doctrine of a Particular Providence exemplified in the Life 
of Grant Thorburn, seedsman, N. Y., 1834, pp. 264: Thorburn's Journal, Men and Man- 
ners in Britain ; Fifty Years' Reminiscences of N.Y. 1845 ; Sketches from the Note Book 
of Laurie Todd 1847 ; Notes on Virginia 1848 ; Hints to Young Merchants and their Clerks 
i84g ; Hints to Merchants, Married men and Bachelors ; Life and Writings of Grant 
Thorburn 1852 ; Contributor to Knickerbocker Magazine, N. Y. Mirror, and 20 newspa- 
pers. 

During the yellow fever 1798 he and his first wife staid in 
N. Y. city devoting themselves to the sick, and with his purse 
helping the needy. — Drake's Die. of Biog., po/. 

Grant Thorburn m. 1st, N.Y. city, June 17, 1797, Rebecca 
Phebe Sickles, b. in the Continental army at Morristown, N. J., 
Sept. 15, 1776, d. N. Y. city, Nov. 28, 1800, only da. of Mr. 
Sickles, a Revolution soldier, whose wife went with the army 
as cook (Mr. Sickles d. N.Y. city 1800). He m. 2d, N.Y. city, May, 
1801, Hannah Wortneby b. Morristown, 1779, d. Astoria, Queens 
co., N. Y., Mar., 1852. Ch. b. N. Y. c. by 1st m.: 

i. George Cleland Thorburn, b. Sept. 22, 1898, d. bef. 1882, m. 
1st, in Scotland 1819, Elizabeth Crawford, b. Scotland 1799, d. 
Astoria 1849, a da. William and Janet (Rattery). He m. 2d, A. 
ab. 1850, Virginia Cooper, b. Bristol, Bucks co., Pa., 1820, a da. 

Thomas (the English actor) and Lewis (Althorpe). Mrs. 

Virginia (Cooper) Thorburn res. Newark, N. J., 1881-3. Ch. b. 
Astoria, by 1st m.: 1. James Monroe Thorburn m. Cox, of J. M. 
Thorburn & Co., incorporated 1894, seed growers and import- 
'ers, New York, res. N. Y. city. 2. Jessie Thorburn. 3. Sarah 
Thorburn. 4. Grant Thorburn. 5. Augusta Thorburn. 6, 7. 



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Twin sons d. soon. 8. Charlwood Thorburn. 9. Phebe Thor- 
burn. 10. Son d. a. 10 mos. By 2dm.: 11. Fairlie Thorburn. 
12. Allan Campbell Thorburn. 13. William Thorburn. By 
2dm.: 

ii. Eliza Thorburn b. per. 1803, m. Rev. Marshall Whiting, 
P. E., he d. Astoria, Sept., 1853. Ch.: 1. Marshall Whiting. 
2. Adelaide Whiting. 3. Margaret Whiting. 4. Eliza Whiting. 

iii. William Thorburn d. n. Albany, N. Y., m. Eliza Thomp- 
son. Of Albany, florist, iv. Margaret Murray Thorburn, m. 
Thomas Tate of N. Y. city, merchant, v. John Thorburn m. 
Isabella Graham of Glasgow, Scotland. Res. St. Louis, Mo. 
(1882) vi. Elizabeth Craufurd Thorburn, unm. vii, viii. James 
and Ebenezer Thorburn (twins), d. a. 1 year. ix. Sarah Thor- 
burn d., a. 9 years. 

Thorburn ancestry : ' Thorburn, a Covenanter " who wandered in the 

mountains and caves of whom the world was not worthy "; Alexander 2 , b. Scotland 1725, 
d. 1825, a«ed 100 ; Tames 3 Thorburn, b. 1742, nail-maker, d. Mar. 1837, m. Elizabeth Fair- 
lie, she d. West Houses, Scot., 1775. — Grant Thorburn 's letter from New Haven, Feb., 
iSb2, va.N. E. Gen. Reg., XVI : 173. 

4474. 

JAMES CHAMBERLAIN 7 CLEVELAND (oren«, Rufus», 

Benjamin*, Josephs, Samuel*, Moses*), d. Colebrook, Conn., Feb. 2, 1886, 

a. 73, m. 1st, New Hartford, Conn., May 29, 1839, Lucy Watson, 

b. New Hartford, Mar. 14, 1806, d. Torringford, Conn., Sept. 
29, 1862, da. Levi and Lucy (Olmstead). He m. 2d, Torring- 
ford, Oct. 2, 1864, Mrs. Sarah (Judd) [Roberts] Manchester, b. 
Canaan, Conn., June 3, 1801, d. Simsbury, Conn., Mar. 16, 1876,. 
da. Ezekiel and Avis (Palmer) Judd. Ch. by 1st m., b. New 
Hartford : 

+ IO S73 John Robert McDowell 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 20, 
1840. 

10574 Abby Kelley 8 Cleveland, b. Aug. 18, 1842, m. 
Harwinton, Conn., Nov. 25, 1875, Israel Jordan Smith, b. Har- 
winton Dec. 11, 1833, s. Jeremiah and Eunice (Churchill), 1. 
Colebrook, farmer, s. p. 

+ 10575 Lydia Maria 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 6, 1845. 

James Emanuel 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 19, d. June 16, 
1 85 1. 2d m.: s. p. 

James Chamberlain 7 Cleveland resided at New Hartford, 
and 1879 at Newbury, Geauga co., O., farmer. 

Watson ancestry : — [See +4473] ; Cyprian 8 ; Zachariah* j Caleb 6 m. Chloe Merrill, 
who, according to Watson genealogy, p. 28, were parents to Lucy 8 Watson, who m. 
James C. Cleveland 7 . 

4475. 

OREN LUTHER 7 CLEVELAND (Oren«, Rufus*, Benjamin*, Jo- 
seph', Samuel", Moses"), m. New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 9, 1846, Cath- 
erine Elizabeth Nighmaster, b. Somerset co., N. J., June 28, 1825, 
da. John and Phebe (Smith); res., 1878-94, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
accountant. Ch. : 

+ 10576 George Hull 8 Cleveland, b. May 27, 185 1, New 
York city. 

10577 Ada Frances 8 , b. Nov. 22, 1854, Brooklyn. 



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4476. 

MARY CLARISSA' CLEVELAND (Oren*, Ru£us», Benjamin*, 

Joseph', Samuel*) , m. Huntsburg, O., Apr. 14, 1 864, Edwin Hope, b. 
Fullbrook, Gloucester, Eng., Mar. 2, 181 2, d. Burton, Geauga co., 
O., Dec. 16, 1881, s. William and Elizabeth (Olliffe) ; resided 
Burton, farmer. She still res. Burton, 1881. s. p. 

4477. 

WILLIAM CHARLES 7 CLEVELAND (Oren«, Rufus*, Benjamin* 

Joseph^), unm., res., 1881, Burton, O., with his sister, Mrs. Hope. 

4478. 

MOSES ALLEN 7 CLEVELAND (Oren«,Rtiftw», Benjamin*, Joseph" 

samaei a ), m. ist, Worcester, Mass., Oct. 10, 1842, Eliza Ann Wil- 
liams, b. Worcester, Feb. 27, 1824, d. Worcester Apr. 5, 1855, da. 
Peter Bent and Elizabeth Adams (Moore). He m. 2d, Sterling, 
Mass., Oct. 7, 1857, Mary Emeline Littlefield, b. Boston, Mass., 
Aug. 6, 1836, da. Henry and Tamar Dorcas (Henry), res. Hunts- 
burgh, O., 1878-90, builder. He was in the Union army in the 
late war, and served in Gulf Dep. under Gens. Banks and Canby. 
Enlisted Worcester Jan. 4, 1864, private 7th Mass. Battery, 2d 
Div. Gen. Cuvier Grover, 19th A. C, and 3d Brig,, ist Div., 13th 
A. C. Red River Campaign, siege of Mobile, disch'd Nov. 10, 
1865. Ch. by ist m. : 

4-10578 Frances Ann 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 28, 1844, N. Y. 
city. 

-(-10579 Sarah Amarett 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 9, 1847, 
Winsted, Conn. 

-f-10580 Ellen Maria 8 Cleveland, b. Mar. 10, 1850, Wor- 
cester. 10581 Charles Marvin*, b. July 12, 1852, W., unm., 1. 
Kirtland, O., 1890. 

+10582 Mary Eliza 8 Cleveland, b. Feb. 21, 1855, Wore. 
By 2d m. : 

10583 Sumner Allen 8 Cleveland (Dr.), b. Mar. 28, 1863, 
Willoughby, O., unm.; resided at Painesville, O., 1885, studied med- 
icine in Cleveland, O., 1 886-8, Medical Dep. Western Reserve 
Univ., grad. Mar. 7, 1888; res., 1890, Kirtland, O.; regular physi- 
cian. 10584 Grant Thorburn 8 Cleveland, b. July 2, 1873, 
Huntsb., 1. Painesville. 

10585 Oren Reno 3 Cleveland, b. Nov. 4, 1875, Huntsb. 

4479. 

EDWARD HOOKER 7 CLEVELAND (Oren«, Rufus*, Benjamin*, 

Joseph^ Samuel), m. Thompson, Geauga co., O., Dec. 14, 1852, 
Mary Ann Broughton, b. Canajoharie, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1829, da. 
Rev. Job. and Ann (Mattock). Resided at Kirtland, O., where 
he was associated with the firm of Whelpley & Cleveland, mer- 
chants; res., 1879-87, Mentor, O., builder. Ch. : 

+10586 Mary Lydia 8 Cleveland, b. June 24, 1854, Thomp- 
son. O. 10587 George Allen 8 , b. Sept. 26, 1857, Huntsburgh, O. 

+ 10588 Esther Ann 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 30, i860, Green- 
land, Ross co., O. 10589 Emma Maria 8 , b. Dec. 26, 1863, Kirt- 
land, O. 10590 Horace Edward 8 Cleveland, b. Dec. 1, 1868, K. 



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HORACE GILLETTE 7 CLEVELAND (Oren°, Rufus», Benja- 
min*, Joseph, Samuel, Moses'), born in Winchester, Litchfield co., Conn., 
Jan. 3, 1832, d. at his residence, 74 Hamilton st., Cleveland, O., 
Feb. 3, 1888, 3.45 p.m., married at Huntsburgh, Geauga co., O., 
Jan. 5, 1853, Anna Maria Knapp, b. Danbury, Fairfield co., Conn., 
Nov. 15, 1831, d. Cleveland, O., Jan. 19, 1886, a dau. of John and 
Albacinda (Barnum) Knapp. Children b. Cleveland, O. : 

+10591 Esther Maria 8 Cleveland, b. Jan. 19, 1854. 

-j-10592 Edward Horace 8 Cleveland, b. Sept. 24, 1855. 

-f-10593 Charles Luther 8 Cleveland, b. July 5, 1857. 
• Horace Gillette 7 Cleveland, one of the compilers of 
The Genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland Families. 
In compliance with the expressed wish of his venerated father, 
Oren Cleveland, to whom he dedicated the book, he compiled 
and published A Genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland, a great-grandson 
of Moses Cleveland, of Woburn, Mass., and a native of Canterbury, 
Windham county, Conn., with an Appendix. Compiled by his great- 
grandson, Horace Gillette Cleveland. " Cultus majorum, nepotum 
prcesidium." Chicago : Printed for the Compiler, l8jg,pp. 260. 

Author and contributor. See Bibliography, Chap. IV. 

The following biographical account, accompanied by a steel 
portrait of him, appears in The Biographical Cyclopedia aud Por- 
trait Gallery, with an Historical Sketch of the State of Ohio. Illus- 
trated with many fine steel engravings. Volume IV, Western Bio- 
graphical Publishing Co., Publishers, Cincinnati, O., 1887, p. p8o : 

Horace Gillette Cleveland.— The life of Horace Gillette Cleveland has been 
one of unceasing business activity, and the greatest portion of it has been identified with 
the wonderful growth and expansion of the city of Cleveland. He was born January 3, 
1852, at Winchester, Litchfield county, Connecticut, and was the youngest son of eleven 
children. His father, Oren Cleveland, being a man of good education and fine literary 
taste, devoted many years of his life to teaching, at the same time cultivating a farm. 
Moses Cleveland, from whom this branch of the family descended, came over from Ips- 
wich, England, about 1640, and settled in Woburn, Massachusetts ; his son Samuel set- 
tled in Connecticut in 1693 ; Oren Cleveland, the father of Horace, removed his family to 
Ohio in 1839, and settled in Geauga county. 

Although raised on a farm, and attending district schools in the winter, young Cleve- 
land early manifested a strong disposition toward business life. After he was seven- 
teen he worked for a couple of years as a carpenter and joiner, becoming well versed in 
the use of tools, and waiting, meanwhile, for some oppoftunitv to begin a mercantile ca- 
reer. When nineteen years of age he entered the store of Kile, Wilkins & Company, at 
Huntsburgh, where he remained as general clerk for about a year. Determined to 
broaden his business education, he came to Cleveland in 1852 and entered a mercantile 
college for the purpose of perfecting himself in bookkeeping, and at the end of a few 
weeks he had so thoroughly mastered the science that he was offered the position of 
tutor in the college, but declined, wishing to connect himself more actively with the busi- 
ness of the city. 

Immediately on leaving college, he entered as bookkeeper with Mr. A. M. Beebe, at 
that time doing a large ana profitable business on Bank street. He remained with Mr. 
Beebe about a year, and then was employed in the Forest City Bank, organized under 
the free banking law of Ohio. At the end. of about a year he was prostrated by a severe 
and lingering illness, which necessitated his resignation, much to the regret of the officers 
of the institution, for his clerical abilities were of a high order, and, joined to a uniformly 
courteous deportment, made him a general favorite. After his restoration to health, he 
was employed for a time by the Bank of Geauga, at Painesville, O., where his skill as an 
accountant was called into requisition in examining, writing up, and balancing books and 
accounts that had been neglected for many years. This service done, he returned to 
Cleveland, and in the spring of 1855 entered the well-known wholesale hardware store 
of George Worthington & Co., then on the corner of Water and Superior streets, the 
present site of the National Bank building. He was the bookkeeper and chief clerk of 
this enterprising and very successful business house for nearly ten years. These were 
years of close application, and taxed to the utmost a constitution not naturally robust ; 
yet the experience was of great advantage, for by it he was being educated for the more 
responsible duties the years were to bring to him. 

In the fall o£ 1864 he formed a copartnership with Joseph H. Brown, Richard Brown, 
Thomas Brown, and William Bonnell, of Youngstown, Ohio, under the name of Cleve- 
land, Brown & Company, and opened a large iron and steel warehouse at Nos. 25 to 31 
Merwin street, making heavy hardware a specialty. They imported largely of Swedish 
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their business operations reached an average of two millions per annum, and their trade 
extended throughout Northern Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and the upper lakes, and, in 
some lines of goods, as far east as Boston. The reputation of the house for enterprise 
and honorable dealing was thoroughly established. There have been several changes 
of partners during the twenty-two years of its existence, the present firm consisting of 
H. G. Cleveland, Richard Brown, Peter Marshall Hitchcock, Aaron Morley Wilcox [who 
m. Helen Mary 9 Cleveland +iS44Q]i and Martyn Bonnell. 

In 1870 Mr. Cleveland was elected president of the Painesville & Youngstown rail- 
road, a narrow-gauge running from Fairport, on the lake, to Youngstown, built for the 
special purpose of transporting iron ore from the lake to the extensive iron works at 
Youngstown, and coal from that region to the lake, being under the control of parties 
engaged in these interests. After about a year he resigned on account of the increasing 
demands of his regular business. 

Exemplary in all transactions, whether of a public or private character, an active, 
earnest man, with a keen insight into the multiplied details of such a life, and with rare 
judgment to meet them, he is the recognized head of one of Cleveland's most enterpris- 
ing and substantial commercial houses. In politics he is a conservative Republican. He 
is thoroughly patriotic, and heartily supported the war, giving liberally to all those 
charitable enterprises that grew out of that struggle. He was for two years in the city 
council and rendered valuable service on the finance committee. He is a communicant 
in the Episcopal Church, uniting with Grace church about twenty-one years ago, He 
engages actively in its Christian work, cheerfully giving of his time and money to its ad- 
vancement ; indeed, all worthy charitable objects find in him a friend. He is a warden 
of Grace church, and for several years was one of the standing committee of the diocese. 

We cannot more appropriately close this necessarily inadequate sketch than by ap- 
pending the following deserved tribute from the pen of Judge Charles Candee Bald- 
win: 

When I first knew Horace G. Cleveland he was. a clerk in the employ of George Wor- 
ington & Company, a leading and strong hardware firm. His safe and solid business 
character made him much trusted by them. His character and ability, I suppose, 
caused him to be selected by the large house of Brown, Bonnell & Company, to repre- 
sent their iron, the firm being Cleveland, Brown & Company. In all the revolutions of 
the iron trade, and in the midst of litigation and misfortune to the firm of Brow