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Subject: Re: George and Hannah Cleveland


Author:
Greg Burton (Curious)
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Date Posted: Sat, Oct 26 2013, 21:18:53

The George,Clevelamd you refer to that died in 1850"was Married to Hester Sherwood. I have the Sherwood bible published in Oxford in 1744. Ti am a great great great grandson of George and Hester. IMO the could never trace back before them. Are you certain George and Hannah are not actually George,and Hester.>I am seeking information relating to George and Hannah
>Cleveland who variously lived in Fauquier, Shenandoah,
>and Frederick counties in the last half of the 18th
>century. George is also on the 1800 census of
>Jessamine County, KY. Their children, Abigail, John,
>George went to KY in the late 18th cent. Abigail, my
>gggg grandmother settled with her husband William
>Robertson first in Harrison Co and later in Gallatin
>Co., KY. John and his wife Elizabeth Robertson (my
>William's sister) settled in Bourbon Co., KY. George
>settled in Jessamine Co. where he remained until his
>death in 1850. I am especially interested in any
>information relating to the Virginia period in their
>lives. I also have done considerable research on that
>period after the move to KY which I would be willing
>to share.

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