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8701 young, Y HILL, Joseph Albert (I10977)
8702 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BALL, C.S. (I29615)
8703 Zabdiel Cleveland variously called by his descendents, Zeb, Zebadial, Zebedee, Zebulon, dwelt in Nantucket to 1775, afterward on Martha's Vineyard,mariner. His estate was administered 1828 by son Warren.
CLEVELAND, Zabdiel (I697)
8704 ZACKMAN is her married name.
[S. Griffiths - December 2011]

Barbara Ann Wolske, 61, of Grand Rapids, died Tuesday, Aug. 18, 1998, in Leisure Hills Health Care Center, Grand Rapids.

Survivors include three daughters, Trudy Grow of Grand Rapids, Cynthia Gibbs of Rogers, Minn., and Shirley Zachman of Victoria, Minn.; two sons,Gary Zachman of Edina, Minn., and Rick Zachman of Medina, Ohio; and six grandchildren.

Memorial service: 2 p.m. Friday in Leisure Hills Health Care Center, Grand Rapids. Burial will be in St. Peter and Paul Cemetery, Laretto Minn. Arrangements by Rowe Funeral Home, Grand Rapids.
[Duluth News-Tribune (MN) - August 19, 1998] 
ZACKMAN, Barbara A (I25692)
8705 Zebediah Adams, residence New Marlborough, was a soldier in the Revolution; minuteman at Lexington, afterwards sargeant in the Massachusetsstroops.
ADAMS, Zebediah (I2454)
8706 Zenas Cleveland dwelt at Brookfield, Vermont, 1786 to 1790. RECORD OF BROOKFIELD: One Zenas Cleveland sold and conveyed to Francis Thompson, Jan.19, 1790, 74 acres of land "for the consideration of Forty pounds, L. M." (lawful money ). And also, on the8th of March, 1791, he sold andconveyed to Joseph Collins, physician, of Berlin, Vermont, 160 acres of land "for the consideration of One hundred and fifty pounds, L. M."

He was lame from childhood from a fever sore, and became a shoemaker. All traces of him lost from 1791, when he left Brookfield, Vermont, untilfound in Bethel about 1811, where he leased land from William Park. Shortly afterward he removed to Litchfield,Pennsylvania, and joined Zenas.

They were both buried on the place of his son Zenas', a few rods from the house, but no stone marks the resting place now. The farm is now ownedand cultivated by Joshua Turk, Esq., who kindly pointed out to Horace G. Cleveland, the slight knoll designating the two graves of Zenas Clevelandand wife Eunice Ludington.
CLEVELAND, Zenas (I615)
8707 Ziba Baker had his homestead in Walpole Plains, now West Walpole.
BAKER, Ziba (I6069)
8708 Zimri Cleveland removed from Walpole, Massachusetts, to Medfield. His house was on Granite St., near Rocky Lane, Medfield, farmer. He was aRevolution soldier under General Anthony Wayne.
CLEVELAND, Zimri (I1619)
8709 [David F. Graves PO Box 25426 Charlotte, NC 28229-5426 704 531-8589 ICQ #12842049,

At time of marriage to Oscar she resided in Westerville, One 
CLEVELAND, Martha Emaline (I12138)
8710 [Linda Baderscher] HOTTENSTEIN, Minnie Elfreda (I12780)
8711 [Linda Baderscher] CLEVELAND, Laura Allen (I12776)
8712 [Linda Baderscher] RUSSELL, Elizabeth (I12775)
8713 [Linda Baderscher] CLEVELAND, Ira (I5732)
8714 [Linda Baderscher] LAWRENCE, Alvin (I12782)
8715 [Linda Baderscher] SAMELSON, Alfred Sigmond (I12777)
8716 [Linda Baderscher] HOTTENSTEIN, Charlie E. (I12779)
8717 [Linda Baderscher] SAMELSON, Zelena Pauline (I12778)
8718 [Linda S. Smith] PICKETT, Unknown (I12786)
8719 [Linda S. Smith] CLEVELAND, Grace (I12784)
8720 [Linda S. Smith] CLEVELAND, Elsie (I12785)
8721 [Linda S. Smith] MCLEAN, Minne (I12783)
8722 [Linda S. Smith] KELLOGG, Milfred (I12700)
8723 [Robin VanBelleghem] SACKRIDER, Addie Alice (I12773)
8724 [Robin VanBelleghem] SACKRIDER, Charles Clesson (I10673)
8725 [Robin VanBelleghem] SACKRIDER, Charles (I10672)

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