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] Date Posted:Tue, Dec 04 2018, 16:07:12
>>It's my theory that twins run in the Cleveland genes.
>>My branch alone has three sets, so I'm wondering if
>>anyone else is seeing this trend? Personal curiosity
>>and wondering when our next set is going to show up.
>>Let me know please, Gloria
>I am the ggggrandaughter of Kingsley Cleveland and I
>have an identical twin. I have been researching my
>children of Alice Miriam Cleveland Crow. She married a
>Jospeh W Crow, he died 01/01/1896 after a tree fell on
>him. She later married Joseph's cousin BALSOR CROW. As
>I understand it they had one son Clyde Austin born in
>1897 and a set of Faternal twins Bessie and Jesse born
>02/14/1898, and I've not seen anthing about them since
>their birth. Does anyone know anything more. They
>marriage produced more children... Mable Edith,
>Beatrice, Eva, Helen, Mary, and an Anna. Mary and Anna
>died before 1920, as I was told. No more details are
>Thanks for any help you can offer.