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8701 Vester or Sylvester Cleveland removed from Connecticut when a child to Royalton, Vermont, where he was reared, and went, 1801, to Barnston, nowEastern twp., -- then a vast wilderness -- endured many privations. He was an industious, successful man, became possessed of large storehouses,blooded animals, ect. Although entirely uneducated, he had a system of hieroglyphics in which he kept his accounts always correct.
[Moses.ged] 
CLEVELAND, Sylvester (I1661)
 
8702 Veteran of the Spanish American War.
[S. Griffiths - December 2011] 
NEWMAN, Frank Julian (I24996)
 
8703 Veteran of World War 1.
[Eric Royske - February 2005] 
KOLANDER, Reuben Louis (I25381)
 
8704 Veteran of WWI, Pvt Co. M. 26 Inf; I Div.; U. S. A. MOORE, Roy Miles (I28951)
 
8705 Veteran of WWII and Korea.
[S. Griffiths - February 2010] 
STONE, Troy Lee (I20469)
 
8706 Veteran of WWII. Also married Alice MONROE, two children. MCMINN, Edward LeRoy (I28967)
 
8707 Victor E. NATALIE enlised in the U.S. Army on Aug 21 1942 in Rochester, New York.
[U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946] 
NATALIE, Victor Edward (I29858)
 
8708 Victor, widower, aged 42 yrs. Wit - William Trusler, Ethel Trusler (Chas Saunder's brother-in-law & sister).

Died at 49 yrs from "Shock from burns received through the ignition of sewer gas whilst at work. By misadventure 6 hours".
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
BROWNING, Victor Samuel (I16829)
 
8709 Viola died of a heart/stroke.
[Carolyn Wright - March 2005] 
SCHULZ, Viola Martha (I150)
 
8710 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CLEVELAND, V.R. (I26548)
 
8711 Vital records for Voluntown, CT, Sarah married John LOWDEN, August 15, 1776 by Rev George Gilmore.

Her first husband, Elijah HODGE may have died shortly after the birth of Elijah, born May 4, 1774.
[Linda KENNEDY, November 12, 2010] 
UNKNOWN, Sarah (I23118)
 
8712 Vivian moves to Florida in 1983.
[Courtesy of Ivy Hohenstein & Cobb Mutter - April 2019] 
AUSTIN, Vivian Elaine (I54)
 
8713 Wagoneer US Army, World War I.

Not sure the M. L. WADE in the 1930 census is the correct person, therefore name of wife and child are suspect.
[S. Griffiths - October 2011] 
WADE, Malvin Leroy (I25090)
 
8714 Waitstill Cleveland was dismissed by letter from Hillsdale church, 1797. Dwelt Kortright, and Summit, farmer.
[Moses.ged] 
CLEVELAND, Waitstill (I3745)
 
8715 Walter enlisted in the U.S. Army on July 28 1898.
[U.S. Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914, www.ancestry.com] 
WOODRUFF, Walter Clark (I18691)
 
8716 Walter Miller, Miss Preziosi are Married

Miss Evelyn Preziosi, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Preziosi of Richmond Hill, Long Island, was married at a 5:15 PM ceremony in Holy Child Jesus Church, Richmond Hill, to Walter Miller, son of Mrs. Thomas D Miller of 949 Webster Avenue, and the late Mr. Miller

Rev. Edward Hogan officiated. A reception and dinner for 100 guests followed in the Homestead Hotel, Kew Gardens, L.I.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white gown with lace top and nylon net skirt. Her fingertip-length veil was arranged from a floral headpiece. She carried an old fashioned bouquet of white roses, lilies of the valley, and white orchids.

Mrs. Michael Marino of Woodhaven, NY was matron of honor for her sister. She wore a green marquisette, white pique hat and carried yellow roses.

Bridesmaids, gowned similarly in yellow marquisette, white pique hats, and carrying yellow roses and green flowers, were the Misses Grace Melore of Richmond Hill, cousin of the bride, and Marion Wynne of Brooklyn.

Arthur Morris of New Rochelle was best man. Ushers were Louis Preziosi, brother of the bride, and Mr. Marino.

Following a wedding trip to Daytona Beach, Fla., the couple will reside at 87-40 113 Street, Richmond Hill. The bride is a alumna of Richmond Hill High School. Mr. Miller, an alumnus of New Rochelle High School, served as a flight officer in the Air Force.
[Newspaper Unknown, Miller Family Tree, Tom Miller, compiler]

The following comes from an interview conducted on 11/26/99:

My mother was born in Richmond Hill NY on 8/2/1926. She says she was born at home, my father says it was at a hospital. She grew up in a house that was a storefront barbershop at 104-06 Jamaica Ave. She attended P.S. 90 through 9th Grade and then went to Richmond Hill H.S. She describes her youth as very nice, normal, not all that exciting. She went to Rockaway Beach for fun during the summers and remembers traveling to the Poconos (PA) and Ohio for vacations to visit relatives.

She married my father, Walter Miller, 6/25/1950, at Holy Child, Richmond Hill, NY.

She remembers her mother telling her that she began working in sweatshops at the age of nine as a seamstress. Her father was described as calm, easy going, and a workaholic. She doesn't remember meeting her grandparents on her father's side.

She remembers her father's brother, Joseph. He had a barber shop in Manhasset on Long Island. He was described as very nice and she believed he had a son with Muscular Dystrophy.

She says her father is buried in S. Charles Cemetery, Huntington, NY

She definitely remembers her grandparents on her mother's side, Grazia and Tommaso. She said they were very nice but didn't speak much English. She knew her mother's family (i.e. brothers and sisters, parents) very well and describes them as "great, very nice, and fun-loving".
[Miller Family Tree, Tom Miller, compiler] 
PREZIOSI, Evelyn Tomasina (I20284)
 
8717 Walter W. LINDFIELD enlisted in the U.S. Army on December 12, 1940 in Albany, New York.
[U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946]

Obituary:
Cleveland - Walter W. Lindfield, 41, of Cleveland, died at work at the Carrier Corporation in Syracuse Wednesday.

Mr. Lindfield is survived by his wife, Mrs. Charlotte Lindfield; his mother, Mrs. Neva Lindfield, of Cleveland; two brothers, Fred of McConnellsville; Earl of Utica; two sisters, Mrs. Arthur Rank of Utica and Mrs. Isaac Baird of Camden, and several niecesand nephews.

Mr. Lindfield is present master of Cleveland Lodge 513 F&AM. He was a World War 2 veteran, past commander of Raymond-Faulkner-Cook Post 858 American Legion of Cleveland and adjutant of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Trash-Aurlnger Chapter 7325 of Constantia.He was a captain in the Cleveland Volunteer Fire Company.

Services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the home and at 2 p.m. in Cleveland Methodist Church, the Rev Robert Tanner officiating. Masonic services will be held at the grave at Maple Flats Cemetery. Friends may call at their convenience.
[Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY) - February 4, 1954 - Page 12, Column 5] 
LINDFIELD, Walter W (I24171)
 
8718 Walter was born in Wisconsin, brought up in Stowe, Vermont by foster parents Emil E. & Anne Hettebrugge. He married Freda Shaver in 1935 in NY.
[Courtesy of Patricia Gazzola - Jun 2012]

Obituary:
Hyde Park -- Walter W. West Sr., 63, Falikill Road, died Tuesday at St. Francis Hospital, Poughkeepsie.

Born in N. LaCrosse, Wis., July 4, 1906, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John West. Prior to his retirement in 1967, Mr. West had been an automation engineer at The DeLaval Separator Co.

Formerly of Poughkeepsie, Mr. West had made his home in Hyde Park the last 23 years. He was a member of the Town of Clinton Lions Club, Crum Elbow Sportsmen's Club; Exempt Firemen's Association and the Town of Clinton Fire Department.

Mr. West is survived by his wife, the former Freda Shaver; two daughters, --- ; a son --- ; two sisters, Mrs. Judith M. Chapin, Pomona, Calif. and Mrs. Dorothy Meissner, Middletown; 10 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Graveside services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Elbow Cemetery. The Rev. Emmett Waite will officiate. There will be no calling hours.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Sweet's Funeral Home, Inc., 29 S. Post Road, Hyde Park.
[Poughkeepsie Journal (NY) - July 30, 1969 - Page 39, Column 3] 
WEST, Walter W (I24636)
 
8719 Walter was interested in raising horses, and visited relatives in England as a young man (it is believed that the relatives that he visited werePardos). He raised Clydesdales and Pacers, and traveled around the Country with his thoroughbred Stud Clydesdales. He inherited the family farm,130 Acres with a farm house, several barns, and a tall windmill with a large watering tank. Most of the farm was kept in hay as feed for thehorses. Hired help lived in the house for quite a few years.

Agnes Moore and James walter Stover started off their marriage very much in love and quite well off. The farm by the lake was usually planted inwheat and cash crops such as potatoes, tobacco, and beans. There were many fruit trees, apples, Pears, Plums,Peaches, Cherries, Berries, etc.They rented a stall on Market street in Chatham, Ontario, and on Wednesdays and Saturdays they took produce to market. James purchased a Democrat,(a two seated wagon on heavy springs) It was great for carrying fruit without bruising the product. A team of horses pulled it and it took abouttwo hours each was to travel the 16 miles to and from Chatham.

James Walter Stover died on December 31, 1935 at the age of 75; Agnes Moore Stover died April 3, 1957 at the age of 90

This information is from Donna Featherstone quoting from a letter to Tom Stover from Hazel Agnes (Stover) Roland.
[Ancestry File - Don Kiddle]

Alternate date of Marriage; January 24, 1900 in Kent, Ontario, Canada.
[Ancestry File - Opal Unknown] 
STOVER, James Walter (I113)
 
8720 Ward McDONALD enlisted in the U.S. Army on March 20, 1942 at Fort Custer Michigan.
[U.S., World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946]

Obituary:
McDONALD, Ward, Lansing, age 87, retired bricklayer, passed away on Sunday, July 30, 2000. He was born January 26, 1913 in Case, MI, to William and Ada (Corsaut) McDonald. He was a member of Pennway Church of God. He served 4 years during World War II as a Military Policeman overseas, and was a member of the V.F.W. He was an avid hunter and enjoyed woodworking. He was preceded in death by his wife, Loretta, on March 5, 2000, and his brother, Kenneth. Surviving are daughter, --- ; granddaughters, Julie (Jose) Flores of Lansing and Angela (Rob) Sutberry of Lansing; and 3 great-grandchildren, Victoria, Alysia and Issac. Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. Richard J. Latham and the Rev. Earl L. VanSipe at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, August 2, 2000at Pennway Church of God, 1101 E. Cavanaugh, Lansing. Interment will follow at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, where the Morley S. Oates Post #701, V.F.W. will provide military honors. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, August 1, 2000, from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the Estes-Leadley Holt/Delhi Chapel , and 1 1/2 hours prior to service time at the Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the Pennway Church of God or V.F.W. Children's Home in Eaton Rapids.
[Lansing State Jurnal (MI) - August 1, 2000 - Page 5B, Column 4] 
MCDONALD, Ward (I92511806)
 
8721 Warren Adams resided at New Marlboro, farmer.
[Moses.ged] 
ADAMS, Warren (I4654)
 
8722 Warren KOCUREK also married Theresa PIOLET, children: Warren Anthony KOCUREK III.

Warren KOCUREK also married Linda Minnie DAHL, children: Kelly Jo & Kyle Jacob KOCUREK.
[Jennifer Lee Kocurek-Porter - February 2011] 
KOCUREK, Warren Anthony II (I25862)
 
8723 Warren L. SAXTON enlisted December 13, 1941 at Fort Stevens, Oregon. Occupation: Semiskilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor.Divorced, without dependents
[U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946] 
SAXTON, Warren Lynn (I25133)
 
8724 Was a child: S. Merchant, administrator for Seth Cleveland? [Moses.ged] MERCHANT, John (I1035)
 
8725 Was a heavy equipment operator. Mainly driving Bulldozers. Worked on I-80 cutting the original road bed. Also worked on earth dams in Iowa andMissouri. He also spent working on the Alaskan Highway with his father and brother.
[Unknown, compiler, Oliver Birt Family History] 
BIRT, Reginald Terroll (I21052)
 
8726 Was a professional deep sea diver.

Inurnment, Washelli Columbarium, Seattle, Washington 11-F-Sect C -
[Leonard Parren - September 14, 2002] 
BENJAMIN, William Sylvester (I12135)
 
8727 Was a Revolutionary soldier of 1776. [Moses.ged] CLEVELAND, Zimri (I2229)
 
8728 Was a successful farmer, large farm and orchards.
[Moses.ged] 
JOHNSON, John (I4773)
 
8729 Was a widow by age 33 with 11 children.
[Joyce Griffus Shaw - December 2005] 
SHARP, Unknown (I13681)
 
8730 Was Bernhard's first name Alfred or Bernhard (see 1880 census)?

"Uncle Bernie owned a paint factory. It may have had something to do with the fire. The paint factory was destroyed in a fire. He was uninsured.He and his sisters owned some apartment buildings in Brooklyn. All lost lost in the depression."
[Carolyn Wright - March 2005]

In addition to owning the paint factory and apartment buildings, Bernhard also worker in a shipyard. Based on census records; in 1910 & 1920 he wasa foreman in a shipyard and in 1930 he was a clerk in the the shipyard.
[S. Griffiths, March 2005]

Bernhard SCHULZ was hit by a taxi cab at Linden St. & Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn, NY on July 6, 1937. The cause of death was fractured ribs,perforation of the lung; pulmonary thrombosis. The death was ruled an accident by the medical examiner.
[S. Griffiths, June 2004]

After he died in 1937, his estate was appraised at $280,010.00, gross value, and $262,163.00 net value.
[Newspaper clipping, paper unknown - February 1938]

Obituary:
SCHULZ - On July 14, 1937, BERNHARD SCHULZ, formerly of 64 Rutland Road. Survived by seven nieces and three nephews. Funeral services at TheFuneral Home, 187 So. Oxford St., Friday, 8 pm. Interment Saturday, 10 am Green-Wood Cemetery.
[Brooklyn Daily Eagle - July 15, 1937; Page 15, Column 3] 
SCHULZ, Bernhard (I13114)
 
8731 Was drowned of Charleston, South Carolina. Residence: Greenport, school teacher, farmer, navigator.
[Moses.ged] 
YOUNGS, Thomas Hull (I8388)
 
8732 Was educated for ministry, taught in Georgia, very promising.
[Moses.ged] 
HILLS, Nathaniel Stacy (I8816)
 
8733 Was George Ennis married in 1892 to May Unknown?
[1892 NY census, Lenox, Madison, NY]

Obituary:
Oneida. -- Ill for several years, George Ennis, 66, 118 Madison St., died Tuesday night in Oneida City hospital, where he has been a patient sinceMonday.

Born June 1, 1874, in Perryville, Mr. Ennis had lived in Oneida 20 years. Previous to his retirement recently he was employed for a number of yearsby Oneida Ltd. A daughter, Mrs. Cora DeGraff of Canastota survives.

Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Campell funeral home by Rev. Dr. George B. Swinnerton. Burial will be in Wampsville cemetery.
[Paper unknown, January 1941]

I visited the Wampsville cemetery in the summer of 2005, I did not find his tombstone.
[S. Griffiths - September 2005] 
ENNIS, George D (I13052)
 
8734 Was he born in January (cemetery records) or August (Social Security records)?
[S. Griffiths - February 2013] 
TOWNSLEY, James Paul Jr. (I27737)
 
8735 Was he born on May 29 1907 in South Carolina and died February 1992 in Charlotte, North Carolina???
[S. Griffiths - December 2016]

Obituary:
Samuel Lewis Meacham, 84, of 1225 S. Caldwell St., Apartment 1110, died Feb. 18, 1992, at home. McEwen Funeral Home, Charlotte chapel, is in charge.
[The Charlotte Observer (NC) - February 20, 1992] 
MEACHAM, Samuel Louis (I97751932)
 
8736 Was he Frank J. FRIEND (September 27, 1910 - August 21, 1983)? If so, his obituary does not mention his children; Ethel & Harmon.
[S. Griffiths - January 2013] 
FRIEND, Frank (I27483)
 
8737 Was her given name Carolyn or Carrie?
[S. Griffiths - September 2005]

Carrie Schulz is buried in the same plot (Section 206, Lot 27726) as Julius & Selma Schulz. She does not have a marker.
[S. Griffiths - June 2006] 
SCHULZ, Caroline (I13520)
 
8738 Was her given name Olof Edna (Birth Certificate), or Ollie Edna (Genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland Families, Volume 2, Page 1513)?
[S. Griffiths - May 2009] 
PIERCE, Ollie Edna (I18821)
 
8739 Was her middle name Laura or Elaine? Both?
[S. Griffiths - December 2011] 
NEWMAN, Ruth Laura (I25488)
 
8740 Was her name Artencia or Hortensia? CLEVELAND, Hortensia (I18397)
 
8741 Was her name Grace G or Grace V? The Freemire Cemetery has; WELLS, Grace V, (w/o Harry), burial May 14, 1962 age 70. Is this our Grace?
[S. Griffiths - September 2009] 
PUGH, Grace G. (I15883)
 
8742 Was her name Jean Marie COPISKEY (December 10, 1955 - December 11, 1955)? COPISKEY, Jean (I19406)
 
8743 Was her name Pauline Elizabeth STICKLER? If so she was born November 25, 1912 in Madison, Iowa and died February 25, 1990 in San Mateo, California,the daughter of Arthur Pearl STICKLER & Minnie Myrtle GENTRY.
[S.Griffiths - May 2014] 
STRICKLER, Elizabeth (I29547)
 
8744 Was her name Sally Joy or Sally June?
[S. Griffiths - August 2008]

Obituary:
GREBE-NEEL
SALLY GREBE-NEEL, (Nee Bindschatel), beloved wife of John and the late Oscar Neel; loving mother of Jason (Julie); dear sister of six brothers;devoted grandmother of Jacob. Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2002. Funeral Saturday 9 a.m. at The Jardine Funeral Home, 14701 Pearl Rd., Strongville (1/4 mileS. of Rt. 82). Visitation Friday 4-8 P.M. Interment Woodvale Cemetery
[The Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 25, 2002] 
BINDSCHATEL, Sally Joy (I13760)
 
8745 Was her name Tylena, Philena, Phylene, or Filene? See 1850 - 1870 census. DICK, Tylena (I1545)
 
8746 Was her surname; Barclay or Barkley?
[S. Griffiths - August 2008]

Obituary:
Gloria J. Garver, 73, of Mt. Morris, at residence, Aug. 10.
[Flint Journal, The (MI) - August 12, 2002] 
BARCLAY, Gloria June (I16110)
 
8747 Was his father's name David Emanuel OR Isaac REINER?
[S. Griffiths - August 2008]

Obituary:
Wickenburg, Ariz. - David Reiner, 85, of Wickenburg, and formerly of Warren, died Tuesday after falling in his home in Arizona.

He was born July 12, 1910, in Sabula, Pa., a son of Isaac Reiner, and had lived most of his life in Warren, moving to Arizona 14 years ago.

Mr. Reiner was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Niles, life member of the Pipe Fitters of Warren, and the Mining Association of Arizona.

He was a journeyman pipe fitter while in Warren.

His first wife, Lillian Vibbert Reiner, whom he married February 1929, died October 1979; two brothers; and a sister, are also deceased.

He leaves his wife, Grace Haws Reiner, whom he married January, 1981; three daughters, Mrs. William (Beulah) Reed of Cortland, --- ; five sons, --- , Robert D., of Sharon,Pa., --- ; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Calling hours are from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Stevenson Funeral Home is Sharon, Pa., where the funeral will also take place at 11 a.m. Saturday.

Arrangements were handled by the Hanley Funeral Home in Sharon Pa.
[Tribune Chronicle (Warren, OH), July 20, 1995] 
REINER, David E (I16275)
 
8748 Was his first name Edward or Edmond?
[1920 US Census; ED 673, 1930 US Census; ED 1494]

Edward died of diabetes.
[Carolyn Wright - March 2005] 
LOOMIS, Edward Franklin (I13353)
 
8749 Was his first name Jess or Earl?

OBITUARY:
Services for Earl Shaffer, 91, of Mount Ayr, formerly of Creston, Lenox and Bedford were at 2:30 PM January 28 at the First Baptist Church, Creston,Iowa. He died January 27, 1995 at the Clearview Nursing Home in Mount Ayr. The Rev. Richard W. Houg officiated the service. Music was by LawrenceWires, organist and Jon & Cheryl Forrest (grandchildren), vocalists. Burial was in the East Fairview Cemetery at Lenox, Iowa. The Wilson-WatsonFuneral Home had charge of arrangements.

Pallbearers were Allan Showers, David Showers, Robert Sleep, Randall Sleep, Ronald Sleep and Jerry Sleep, James and Dennis O'Banion, and DanielShaffer & Steven Shaffer, his grandsons.

Mr. Shaffer was born June 6, 1903, in Taylor County, Iowa to Samuel and Mary Ann (Smith) Shaffer. He spent most of his life in Taylor and AdamsCounties, Iowa. He was a retired farmer. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Creston.

Survivors include son, Loran (wife Eleanor) of Macksburg, Iowa; Arlene (husband Donald) Showers, Aurora, Missouri; Thelma (husband Guy) Sleep ofAnamosa, Iowa; and Mary (husband Robert) O'Banion of Lewisville, Texas; 16 grandchildren, 41 great-grandchildren, and a great-great grandchild.
[Courtesy of Lisa Showers,
SHAFFER, Jess Earl (I12938)
 
8750 Was his first name Owen? See obituary for Mary A. FISH.
[S. Griffiths - October 2015] 
GOEBEL, Unknown (I31684)
 

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