Jenks' History - An Ohio Family Background

The Clevelands'

Moses Cleveland (1620-1702) m. Ann Winn (1626-1682)

parents of:

Edward Cleveland (1663-1746) m. 1) Deliverance Palmer (1665-1717) 2) Zeriuh Church (1690-1746)

parents of:

Deliverance Cleveland (1684-1744) m. Mary Bates (1684 - 1728)
Edward Cleveland (2/1686 - 11/3/1771) m. 4/17/1716 to Rebecca Paine (1690? - 2/1784)
Palmer Cleveland (1688 - 3/20/1765) m. 1) Deborah Gardner 2) Maragret Northrup
Abigail Cleveland (1694 - 1728)
Isaac Cleveland (1697 - 3/8/1756) m. 11/20/1721 to Susannah Johnson (5/9/1699 - 1735)
Samuel Cleveland (1700 - 6/11/1762) m. 11/1724 to Mary Darby
Mary Cleveland (1704 - 12/15/1767) m. 3/30/1730 1) Richard Adams m. 1/8/1735 2) Samuel Butt
George Cleveland (1706 - 10/2/1756) m. 1730 to Sarah Hall (4/15/1706 - 5/2/1793)
Elizabeth Cleveland (b. 1709 - ?) m. 1734 to Josiah (Jonathan) Shepard (3/3/1707 - 1758)
 

Edward Cleveland (May 20, 1663 to September 26, 1746) - Born in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, to Moses Cleveland and Ann Winn. Edward married first Deliverance Palmer in 1684 at the age of twenty-one. Together they had nine children. At one time they lived in Kingston, Rhode Island, though about 1716 he purchased land in Canterbury, Connecticut. The recorded deed state him to be "late of Kingstown, Rhode Island". While residing in Canterbury his wife, Deliverance, died in 1717. Edward married his second wife, Zeruiah Church, in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut, on January 1, 1722. He was fifty-eight at the time of his second marriage. There were no children born from his second union. He died in Pomfret, Windham, Connecticut, on September 26, 1746, at the age of eighty-three.

Deliverance Palmer (1665 to June 7, 1717) - Deliverance Palmer was born in South Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island, to George Palmer and Apphia Bethia Mowry. She had five siblings; Sarah, Susan (Cleremont), Hannah (Gardiner), Patience, and Infant. She was nineteen when she married Edward Cleveland. She died in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut, at the age of fifty-two.

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