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8801 WOBURN LAND RECORD Oct. 30, 1717, Ebenezer Cleveland of Martin's
Vineyard, eldest s. and h. of Moses Cleveland late of Martin's
Vineyard, dec'd, conveys to his younger brother, John Cleveland of Freetown, Bristol Co. Mass., all right & c., in estate of his grandfather, MosesCleveland, in the town of Oburn aforesaid.

EDGARTOWN RECORD Deed, July 26, 1717, Edgart., Ebenezer descibes a piece of land, being same given by will of Mr. Nicholas Norton to my father andmother, Moses and Ruth Cleveland. Ebenezer, July 16, 1718 names his father, Moses Cleveland, dec'd and gr. fa. Nicholas Norton. [Moses.ged] 
CLEVELAND, Ebenezer (I434)
 
8802 Worked as a commercial Artist and Radio Engineer.
[Source unknown] 
SCHWARTZ, Oscar Arthur Jr. (I11979)
 
8803 Worked in a cotton factory in Rhode Island. [Moses.ged] LEWIS, Annis (I5715)
 
8804 World War II veteran, 258 Field Artillery. Spent a lot of time in Alaska during the war
[R.C. Griffiths - February 2004]

Died in the autumn of 1956. Lived in Mineola, Nassau, NY.
[Carolyn Wright - March 2005] 
SCHULZ, Edward Harry (I148)
 
8805 WW1 - Private: 2816, 5TH Battalion, Enlisted: 30 June 1915, RTA: 16 October 1916.
No issue. Electoral rolls 1908 - Dawson Street- Parents.
Registered as CLEAVELAND - Father U/K.
[Ancestry File - Jenny Williams, "Captain Samuel Cleveland", December 2006] 
DYAMOND, Charles Arthur (I16687)
 
8806 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. DYAMOND, S.E. (I17077)
 
8807 PURCHASE, Francis J. (I15849)
 
8808 GLEASON, Amy (I15850)
 
8809 Yankee Hill Family F197
 
8810 Year of birth from 1850 census, 1836.
[S. Griffiths - September 2014] 
POTTER, Pardon (I2483)
 
8811 Year of birth from 1850 census, 1838.
[S. Griffiths - September 2014] 
POTTER, William Orville (I2484)
 
8812 Year of birth from 1850 census, 1840.
[S. Griffiths - September 2014] 
POTTER, Lyman (I2485)
 
8813 Youmans - Metot
Bernhards Bay - Edward H. Youmans and Mrs. Wilma Grace Metot were married Friday at 2 P.M. by Rev E.B. Topping D.D., retired Methodist minister ofConstantia. The ring ceremony was performed at the home of the groom. The bride wore a slate gray floweredsilk with corsage of pink roses. Herdaughter, Mercy (Mrs. Herman H. Youmans) was matron of honor and her dress was black and white flowered silk with corsage of red roses. BeatriceYoumans, daughter of the groom, was bridesmaid and her dress was pink crepe with a corsage of white carnations. Herman H. Youmans was best man forhis father. The parlor was decorated with a blue and pink arch and bouquets of garden flowers. Following the ceremony a buffet lunch was severed,which included a beautifully decorated cake from Kalfelz. Other present include Mr. And Mrs. Richard H. Youmans, daughter Sue, sons Richard andNorman. Mr. and Mrs. William Brinkerhoff of Constantia; Charleen Metot, Mrs. Ruth La Mouthe, Douglas Winn, Clarence Smith, Mr. and Mrs. DonaldBecker and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Parmalee of Oneida; Mrs. Harold Becker and three children of Arizona; Miss Margaret Humeruk of Syracuse;Mrs. F.E. Davis of Dakins Bay; Edward T. Kenneth and David Youmans, Mrs. Clyde Eason and Miss Sophie M. Crandell. The bride has lived in Oneidamany years, lately employed in the Oneida Ltd. cafeteria. The groom has always lived in Dakins Bay and is employed at the fish hatchery inConstantia. They left in a gayly decorated auto for Binghamton, to stay overnight with relatives and Saturday went to Pennsylvania where they arevisiting relatives and friends as the bride formerly lived there.
[Madison County Times (Chittenango, NY) - July 11, 1947, Page --, Column 7]

Obituary:
Mrs. Edward Youmans
Central Square - Services for Mrs. Grace Youmans, 69, wife of Edward Youmans of Bernhard's Bay R.D. #1, who died Thursday in Oneida City hospitalafter a short illness, were held Saturday at 3 p.m. in the Watson Funeral Home. The Rev. Paul Gere officiated. Burial was in Union Cemetery inWest Verona.

Mrs. Youmans was a native of Blakely, Pa., and resided in Oneida before moving to Bernhard's Bay 15 years ago. She attended the Methodist Church.

Surviving besides her husband are: two sons, Kenneth Metot of Taberg and Eugene Metot of Bernhard's Bay; two daughters, Mrs. Herman Youmans,Bernhard's Bay and Mrs. Daniel Burke, Oneida; a brother J.B. White of Harbor Creek, Pa., 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
[Oswego County Weeklies - February 17, 1966, Page 34, Column 5] 
WHITE, Wilma Grace (I22831)
 
8814 young CLEVELAND, Luciana (I6136)
 
8815 young CLEVELAND, Martha (I9477)
 
8816 young BASSETT, William (I6686)
 
8817 young BISHOP, John Henry (I10440)
 
8818 Young SCHULZ, Otto (I13577)
 
8819 young CLEVELAND, Dorothy (I2747)
 
8820 young CLEVELAND, Sally (I5967)
 
8821 young CASE, Stephen Cleveland (I8517)
 
8822 young BARTON, Jacob (I6369)
 
8823 young GODDARD, Joseph (I9615)
 
8824 young WARD, Oren (I11157)
 
8825 young CLEVELAND, Rachel (I6724)
 
8826 young HIGGINSON, Stephen Cleveland (I9058)
 
8827 young WOODARD, Samuel (I2723)
 
8828 young BASSETT, Luther (I6685)
 
8829 young WARD, Oren (I11122)
 
8830 young CLEVELAND, Daughter (I2666)
 
8831 young GODDARD, Sarah Warner (I9609)
 
8832 young CLEVELAND, Delos (I5781)
 
8833 young CLEVELAND, Lucy (I6135)
 
8834 young CLEVELAND, Jesse (I6645)
 
8835 young HIGGINSON, Sarah Rhea (I9041)
 
8836 young BAKER, Lydia (I7625)
 
8837 young SIMONS, Marcena (I9727)
 
8838 young CLEVELAND, Reuben (I6648)
 
8839 young HIGGINSON, Mary Lee (I9016)
 
8840 young CLEVELAND, Joseph (I6644)
 
8841 young CLEVELAND, Esther (I9478)
 
8842 young CLEVELAND, Henry (I8740)
 
8843 young BAKER, Martha Ann (I7626)
 
8844 young CLEVELAND, Ruby (I6720)
 
8845 young CLEVELAND, Katy (I7158)
 
8846 young WOODWORTH, Leander (I10209)
 
8847 young CLEVELAND, Ransom (I9778)
 
8848 young CLEVELAND, Hetty (I6163)
 
8849 young CLEVELAND, Truman (I6647)
 
8850 young CASE, Christopher Columbus (I8519)
 

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