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Subject: Re: William Riley Cleveland & Lydia Shaw


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Miriam Robbins Midkiff
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Date Posted: Mon, Dec 28 2009, 23:50:46

Hi, Sandy,

I think my ancestor, Clarissa Mary CLEVELAND (c. 1832 - 1877), was yet another daughter of William and Lydia. I don't have any leads on William's parents (other than his mother being named Sylvia), but I am trying hard to fit my Clarissa into his family. Check out my post on my genealogy blog: http://ancestories1.blogspot.com/2009/12/chasing-clarissa-across-internet.html

Looking forward to your response!

Miriam Robbins Midkiff
Spokane, Washington, USA

>William Riley Cleveland, born 1795 Mass. or Rhode
>Island married Lydia Shaw born 1797 Mass? Looking for
>the parents names of both William and Lydia. William
>and Lydia married 1817 in New York
>
>William went to New York then he and his family went
>to St. Clair County Michigan, they had two daughters,
>Lucretia and Sylvia both born New York, Lucretia
>married Stephen Partlow and Sylvia (my gggrandmother)
>married John Partlow, John and Sylvia went to
>wisconsin in 1850. Need info to where they were in New
>York and before
>
>Any help appreciated, Thank You
>Sandy

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