Elizabeth Cleveland

F, b. 1754
     Elizabeth Cleveland was born in 1754. She was the daughter of Rev. Aaron Cleveland and Susanna Porter.

Esther Cleveland1

F, b. 9 September 1893
     Esther Cleveland was born on 9 September 1893 in The White House, Washington, District of Columbia.1 She was the daughter of President Stephen Grover Cleveland and Frances Folsom.1

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 261.

Francis Cleveland

M, b. 9 March 1774, d. 26 September 1796
     Francis Cleveland was born on 9 March 1774 in Norwich, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Rev. Aaron Porter Cleveland and Abiah Hyde. Francis Cleveland died on 26 September 1796 at the age of 22 from yellow fever.1

Citations

  1. [S379] Edmund Janes Cleveland, Cleveland and Cleaveland families, Vol. 1. p. 227.

Francis Cleveland

M, b. 28 December 1796
     Francis Cleveland was born on 28 December 1796 in Worthington, Massachusetts. He was the son of Deacon William Cleveland and Margaret Falley.

Francis Cleveland1

M, b. 22 March 1798
     Francis Cleveland was born on 22 March 1798 in Norwich, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Rev. Aaron Porter Cleveland and Elizabeth Clement.1

Citations

  1. [S379] Edmund Janes Cleveland, Cleveland and Cleaveland families, Vol. 1. p. 227.

George Cleveland1

M, b. 9 January 1769
     George Cleveland was born on 9 January 1769 in Norwich, Connecticut.2 He was the son of Rev. Aaron Porter Cleveland and Abiah Hyde.1 George Cleveland married Caty Caldwell.1

Child of George Cleveland and Caty Caldwell

Citations

  1. [S196] Ettie Tidwell McCall, McCall-Tidwell and Allied Families, p. 340.
  2. [S379] Edmund Janes Cleveland, Cleveland and Cleaveland families, Vol. 1. p. 227.

George Cleveland

M, b. 1746, d. 1766
     George Cleveland was born in 1746. He was the son of Rev. Aaron Cleveland and Susanna Porter. George Cleveland died in 1766 in Havana, Cuba.

George Cleveland1

M, b. 26 January 1781
     George Cleveland was born on 26 January 1781 in Salem, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Capt. Stephen Sewall Cleveland and Margaret Jeffry.1

Citations

  1. [S379] Edmund Janes Cleveland, Cleveland and Cleaveland families, Vol. 1. p. 221.

Henry Russell Cleveland1

M, b. 3 October 1808, d. 12 June 1843
     Henry Russell Cleveland was born on 3 October 1808 in Lancaster, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Richard Jeffry Cleveland and Dorcas C. Hiller.1 He received a careful preliminary education from private tutors and was graduated from Harvard in 1827, receiving the degree of A.M. in 1830. After teaching school for one year, he went to Cuba for the benefit of his health. He then travelled through Europe, and in the autumn of 1828 became private secretary to the American minister in Paris. Later he was chosen secretary of the American-Polish committee, and resided in Paris for more than a year. In May, 1833, he returned to America and in August removed to Cambridge where he became a proctor at Harvard College. In 1834, in conjunction with Edmund L. Cushing, he opened a school for boys in Boston, which proved very successful, and which he continued until his marriage. He afterward devoted his time to literary work and to travelling for his health. He is the author of Remarks on the Classical Education of Boys, by a Teacher (1834);and The Life of Henry Hudson, in Spark's American Biographies. See Selections from the Writings of Henry R. Cleveland, with a Memoir by George S. Hilliard (1844.)2 Henry Russell Cleveland married Sarah P. Perkins, daughter of James Perkins, in 1838.1 Henry Russell Cleveland died on 12 June 1843 in St. Louis at the age of 34.1

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 265.
  2. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 265 et seq.

Horace William Shaler Cleveland1

M, b. 16 December 1814
     Horace William Shaler Cleveland was born on 16 December 1814 in Lancaster, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Richard Jeffry Cleveland and Dorcas C. Hiller.1 He was educated in the schools of his native town. He was in Havana, Cuba, 1829-30, where his father was U.S. consul; was a clerk in Boston, Mass., 1830-31, and was secretary to his father at Havana. 1831-33. He was in Illinois and Maine engaged in surveying in 1833-34, and in 1841-53 was a farmer at Burlington, N. J. In 1853 he became a landscape gardener, entering into partnership with Morris Copeland in Boston, Mass. In 1860 the partnership was dissolved and Mr. Cleveland continued in the same work at Danvers, Mass., 1860-71; in Chicago, Ill., 1871-83; and in Minneapolis, Minn., 1883-94. He was corresponding secretary of the New Jersey Horticultural Society for twelve years and was elected an honorary member of the Massachusetts Horticulturist Society, of the Massachusetts Rifle Club and of the National Park and Out-door Art Association. As a landscape gardener, Mr. Cleveland laid out cemeteries at Yarmouth, N. S; Bangor and Farmington, Maine; Gloucester, Waltham, Concord, and Lancaster, Mass; Geneva, N.Y; Chicago, Dwight, Lincoln, Petersburg, Washington Heights, Ill; Geneva Lake and Rice Lake, Wis; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Junction City, Kan; St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn; the grounds of Butler hospital, Roger Williams park and the pumping station, Petacouset, R. I; Prospect park, Brooklyn, east of main drive; Natural bridge, Va; Jekyl island, Ga; Brookside, Indianapolis, Ind; South park and Drexel boulevard, Chicago, Ill; Winetka Highland Park, Hinsdale, and Downer's grove, Ill; the capitol, Madison, Wis; Bethesada mineral springs, Waukesha, and Asylum, Menomonie, Wis; Mt. Pleasant, Iowa; capitol, Topeka, Kan; Como park, Moniton island, and Lake Elmo residence park, St. Paul, Minn; Shattuck school and Seabury institute, Faribault, Minn; the park system of Minneapolis, Minn; University of Minnesota and Park system of Omaha, Neb. The foregoing list, greatly abridged, does not specify private grounds which comprised a very large portion of his work. He published Hints to Riflemen (1864); Landscape Architecture as Applied to the Wants of the West (1871); Voyages of a Merchant Navigator of the Days that are Past (1886); Social Life and Literature Fifty Years Ago (1888).1

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 266.

Jeremiah Clement Cleveland1

M, b. 14 June 1794, d. 1836
     Jeremiah Clement Cleveland was born on 14 June 1794 in Norwich, Connecticut.1,2 He was the son of Rev. Aaron Porter Cleveland and Elizabeth Clement.1 Jeremiah Clement Cleveland married Elizabeth Robinson.1 Jeremiah Clement Cleveland died in 1836.1

Child of Jeremiah Clement Cleveland and Elizabeth Robinson

Citations

  1. [S189] Frederick A. Virkus, Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, Vol. 4 p. 608.
  2. [S379] Edmund Janes Cleveland, Cleveland and Cleaveland families, Vol. 1. p. 227.

John Jeffry Cleveland1

M, b. 2 September 1782
     John Jeffry Cleveland was born on 2 September 1782.1 He was the son of Capt. Stephen Sewall Cleveland and Margaret Jeffry.1

Citations

  1. [S379] Edmund Janes Cleveland, Cleveland and Cleaveland families, Vol. 1. p. 221.

Josiah Cleveland1

M, d. after 1749
     Josiah Cleveland married Joannah Porter, daughter of Rev. Aaron Porter and Susannah Sewall, on 15 January 1734/35 in Medford, Massachusetts.2,3 Josiah Cleveland died after 1749 probably in Halifax, Nova Scotia.4

Citations

  1. [S25] Samuel Sewall, Diary of Samuel Sewall (1973 ed.), p. 1081.
  2. [S130] Massachusetts Vital Records.
  3. [S379] Edmund Janes Cleveland, Cleveland and Cleaveland families, Vol. 1. p. 108.
  4. [S379] Edmund Janes Cleveland, Cleveland and Cleaveland families, Vol. 1. p. 107.

Lewis Frederick Cleveland

M, b. 2 May 1841, d. 22 October 1872
     Lewis Frederick Cleveland was born on 2 May 1841 in Fayetteville. He was the son of Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland and Anne Neal. Lewis Frederick Cleveland died on 22 October 1872 at the age of 31 lost at sea.

Lucy Cleveland1

F
     Lucy Cleveland was the daughter of George Cleveland and Caty Caldwell.1

Child of Lucy Cleveland

Citations

  1. [S196] Ettie Tidwell McCall, McCall-Tidwell and Allied Families, p. 340.

Lucy Cleveland

F, b. 17 June 1787
     Lucy Cleveland was born on 17 June 1787 in Norwich, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Rev. Aaron Porter Cleveland and Abiah Hyde.

Citations

  1. [S379] Edmund Janes Cleveland, Cleveland and Cleaveland families, Vol. 1. p. 227.

Lucy Cleveland

F, b. 1750
     Lucy Cleveland was born in 1750. She was the daughter of Rev. Aaron Cleveland and Susanna Porter.

Margaret Cleveland

F, b. 19 January 1801
     Margaret Cleveland was born on 19 January 1801 in Salem, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Deacon William Cleveland and Margaret Falley.

Margaret Cleveland

F, b. 24 June 1748
     Margaret Cleveland was born on 24 June 1748. She was the daughter of Rev. Aaron Cleveland and Susanna Porter.

Margaret Louisa Cleveland

F, b. 28 October 1838
     Margaret Louisa Cleveland was born on 28 October 1838 in Caldwell, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland and Anne Neal. Margaret Louisa Cleveland married Norval B. Bacon.

Marion Cleveland1

F, b. 7 July 1895
     Marion Cleveland was born on 7 July 1895 in Gray Gables, Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of President Stephen Grover Cleveland and Frances Folsom.1

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 261.

Mary Allen Cleveland

F, b. 16 November 1833
     Mary Allen Cleveland was born on 16 November 1833 in Portsmouth, Virginia. She was the daughter of Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland and Anne Neal.

Moses Cleveland1

M, b. circa 1624, d. 9 January 1701/2
     Moses Cleveland was born circa 1624. He emigrated in 1635 to Ipswich, Suffolk, and settled in Worburn, Mass., in 1641.1 He married Ann Winn, daughter of Edward Winn and Joanna (Unknown), on 26 September 1648 in Woburn, Massachusetts.1 Moses Cleveland died on 9 January 1701/2 in Woburn, Massachusetts.

Child of Moses Cleveland and Ann Winn

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 261.

Rebecca S. Cleveland1

F, b. 17 February 1814
     Rebecca S. Cleveland was born on 17 February 1814.1 She was the daughter of Aaron P. Cleveland and Abby Salisbury.1

Citations

  1. [S240] Samuel Sewall, Diary of Samuel Sewall (1888 ed.), p. xxxv.

Richard Cecil Cleveland

M, b. 31 July 1835, d. 22 October 1872
     Richard Cecil Cleveland was born on 31 July 1835 in Caldwell. He was the son of Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland and Anne Neal. Richard Cecil Cleveland died on 22 October 1872 at the age of 37 lost at sea.

Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland1

M, b. 19 June 1804, d. 1 October 1853
     Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland was born on 19 June 1804 in Norwich, Connecticut. He was the son of Deacon William Cleveland and Margaret Falley.1,2 Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland married Anne Neal, daughter of Abner Neal and Barbara Real, on 10 September 1829 in Baltimore, Maryland. Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland died on 1 October 1853 at the age of 49.

Cleveland graduated from Yale in 1824; was ordained to the Presbyterian ministry in 1827. Some years after his wedding the family removed to Caldwell, Essex County, New Jersey, where their third son was born, and he was given the name of Stephen Grover, after his father's predecessor in the Caldwell church. In 1841 the family removed to Fayetteville, Onondaga County, New York. In 1853 he was called to the Presbyterian church at Holland Patent, Oneida County, where he died a few weeks after his installation.1,3

Children of Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland and Anne Neal

Citations

  1. [S25] Samuel Sewall, Diary of Samuel Sewall (1973 ed.), p. 1081.
  2. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.
  3. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 261.
  4. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 267.

Richard Folsom Cleveland1

M, b. 28 October 1897, d. January 1974
     Richard Folsom Cleveland was born on 28 October 1897 in Princeton, New Jersey.1 He was the son of President Stephen Grover Cleveland and Frances Folsom.1 Richard Folsom Cleveland died in January 1974 probably in Baltimore, Maryland, at the age of 76.2

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 261.
  2. [S210] Social Security Death Index.

Richard Jeffry Cleveland1

M, b. 19 December 1773
     Richard Jeffry Cleveland is also recorded as Richard Jeffries Cleveland in the printed version of the baptismal record. He was born on 19 December 1773 in Salem, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Capt. Stephen Sewall Cleveland and Margaret Jeffry.1 Richard Jeffry Cleveland was baptised on 3 April 1774 at Salem, Massachusetts.3 He married Dorcas C. Hiller.1 Richard Jeffry Cleveland was US Vice-Consul from 1829 to 1834 at Havana, Cuba.1 He was author of A Narrative of Voyages and Commercial Enterprises. 2 vols. 1842.

Children of Richard Jeffry Cleveland and Dorcas C. Hiller

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 265.
  2. [S379] Edmund Janes Cleveland, Cleveland and Cleaveland families, Vol. 1. p. 221.
  3. [S130] Massachusetts Vital Records, Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850.
  4. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 266.

Rose Elizabeth Cleveland1

F, b. 13 June 1846, d. 22 November 1918
     Rose Elizabeth Cleveland. Author. She was born on 13 June 1846 in Fayetteville, New York.1 She was the daughter of Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland and Anne Neal.1 Rose Elizabeth Cleveland died on 22 November 1918 in Bagni di Lucca, Italy, at the age of 72.2

She was educated at Houghton seminary, Clinton, N.Y., and became a teacher there. She removed to Lafayette, Ind., two years later and was principal of the Collegiate institute. Afterward she taught in Pennsylvania in a private school. She delivered a course of historical lectures at Houghton seminary which brought her before the public as a lecturer before schools for young women. This vocation she followed for some time, meanwhile purchasing with her earnings the homestead at Holland Patent and devoting herself to the comfort of her aged mother, who died in 1882. In 1885 upon the accession of her brother, Grover Cleveland, to the presidency, she became the mistress of the White House and dispensed its hospitalities until relieved by the President's wife, June 2, 1886, when she returned to her home at Holland Patent, N.Y., and devoted herself to literature, spending her winters in her Florida home. She was for a short time editor of Literary Life, Chicago, Ill. She made an extended journey in the Old World, 1893-94.1

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 267.
  2. [S468] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, Rose Cleveland.

Ruth Cleveland1

F, b. 3 October 1891
     Ruth Cleveland was born on 3 October 1891 in New York City.1 She was the daughter of President Stephen Grover Cleveland and Frances Folsom.1

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2 p. 261.