Moses Cleveland (February 2, 1620 to January 9, 1702) - Born in Ipswich, Suffolk, England, on February 2, 1621, to Isaac Cleaveland and Alis "Alice" Cutler. Moses is the patriartch of most of the Clevelands' in America today. He emigrated from England in 1635 to Massachusetts as an apprentice to a joyner, possible Edward Winn, whose daughter he later married. He attained his freedom in 1643. He married Ann Winn in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on September 26, 1648. He became a man of some prominance in New England later in life and was identified with many political movements of the day. He was admitted to full communion in the First Church in Charlestown, Mass., on Match 6, 1692. He is believed to be buried in the Old First Burying-Ground at Woburn near his son Aaron.
Ann Winn (1626 to ab. May 6, 1682) - Ann was born in England to Edward Winn and Johanna Sargent and emigrated to Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, around 1639. She married Moses Cleveland at the age of twenty-one and had eleven children. She died in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at the age of fifty-six.