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Subject: Re: Lillian Cleveland Horton, daughter of Eli John Cleveland

Donna Jernigan
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Date Posted: Sun, Apr 05 2015, 20:14:37

>I would like to make contact with any decendents of
>Lillian Cleveland Horton, sister of my grandfather,
>Robert Early Cleveland. I understnd that she lived in
>McGregor, TX where her father and my great
>grandfather, Eli John Cleveland is buried.

Eli John is my great, great uncle. I was born in Asheboro, NC great granddaug of Grover Cleveland, son of Osborn Cleveland, the father of Eli. My dad was in the AF and retired in 74 in Ft. Worth. Once I was married and well entrenched in TX he moved back to NC. I have now lived 19 years 5 miles from the McGregor cemetery and just last night found that Eli is there. I'd love to share family history. I entered the DAR on John Cleveland, the ancestor of all these. He and his brothers took King's Mountain in the Revolution = a major victory for the Patriots. I will now be trying to connect with the many Clevelands in McGregor and Waco phone directory. I went today to the cemetery and could not find that stone or the more modern ones that a police oficer doing rounds told me is there. I will find them soon. Did you know that three of Osborne and Jincy's 11 children fought inthe Civl War for SC and around 1870 moved to Texas. Brothers FrederickMoss (named for his maternal grandfather) and Larkin Claude both came to texas as well and are buried in Acton, about five miles from Granbury in Hood Co. about an hour and a half from waco (McGregor). I'll be visiting there when I can.
Donna Jernigan

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