Cleveland Family Genealogy
Cleveland Family Genealogy

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1. Rev Aaron Cleveland -
Rev Aaron married Abiah Hyde. Abiah was born on 27 Dec 1749 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut. She was the daughter of Capt. James Hyde and Sarah Marshall. She died on 23 Aug 1788 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut .
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i.  William Cleveland was born on 20 Dec 1770 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut and died on 18 Aug 1837 in Black Rock, (near Buffalo), New York . See #2. below.
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2. William Cleveland - was born on 20 Dec 1770 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut and died on 18 Aug 1837 in Black Rock, (near Buffalo), New York . He was the son of Rev Aaron Cleveland and Abiah Hyde.
William married Margaret Falley. Margaret was born on 25 Nov 1766 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut. (Sources: - 1)
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i.  Richard Falley Cleveland was born on 19 Jun 1804 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut and died on 1 Oct 1853 in Holland Patent, Erie, NY . See #3. below.
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3. Richard Falley Cleveland - was born on 19 Jun 1804 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut and died on 1 Oct 1853 in Holland Patent, Erie, NY . He was the son of William Cleveland and Margaret Falley.
Richard married Ann Neale. Ann was born on 4 Feb 1806 in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland. (Sources: - 1)
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i.  President Steven Grover Cleveland was born on 18 Mar 1837 and died on 24 Jun 1908 .

President Steven - Stephen Grover Cleveland (March 18, 1837-June 24, 1908) was the 22nd (1885-1889) and 24th (1893-1897) President of the United States, and the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms. He was one of nine children. His father was a Presbyterian minister. He was raised in upstate New York. As a lawyer in Buffalo, he became notable for his single-minded concentration upon whatever task faced him. At 44, he emerged into a political prominence that carried him to the White House in three years. Running as a reformer, he was elected Mayor of Buffalo in 1881, and later, Governor of New York. Cleveland won the Presidency with the combined support of Democrats and reform Republicans, the "Mugwumps," who disliked the record of his opponent James Blaine of Maine. (Sources: - 1)
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Steven Grover Cleveland


22nd and 24th President of the United States
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1 Royals, Rebels, Presidents, Paupers, Thinkers, and Thieves David M Web: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jdp-fam&id=I28323 (view detail...)

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