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Subject: Re: I'm a Cleveland, Too!


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Wanda Morris Elliott
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Date Posted: Mon, Apr 11 2011, 11:11:23

Carolyn - Found your message while searching the web. How exciting! I'm a Cleveland, Too! I descend from Jacob Cleveland / Millie White; Jeremiah; William; John Clark Cleveland/ Susan Fannie Cleveland who married John Benjamin Morris (my great grandparents).
Would love to exchange information with you!
Wanda
>Hi Mark: Can you elaborate a little on your trip? Did
>you by any chance visit the burial sites of some of
>the earlier Clevelands? I descend from Jacob
>Cleveland/Millie White; Jeremiah; William; John Clark
>Cleveland; Bark Foreman Cleveland; Mason Foreman
>Cleveland. I know (thanks to this site!)(and Henry
>Drennan's)that Jacob and Millie are buried in Elbert
>Co. Georgia, but what of the line further back? When
>people say these ancestors are buried at such and such
>a cemetery, it is not enough for those of us who are
>not familiar with those areas. I live on the West
>Coast. A trip such as yours is a dream trip for most
>of us, especially when time is so special (time off
>work..); and also valuable (travel expenses). To be
>able to go at all is a luxury, but not to know where
>you are going when you get there can turn what could
>be a once in a life time, productive and memorable
>trip into a non-productive disaster. I have extended
>family in Virginia who would go so far as to look for
>me, but I need specifics. Are you willing to share the
>directions to some of the old cemeteries, or do you
>plan to in the future, or should we plan on doing it
>on our own? It seems so much like reinventing the
>wheel... Thanks for your input. Carolyn

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