Person:John Symmes (1)

John Cleves Symmes
d.26 Feb 1814 North Bend, Ohio
  1. John Cleves Symmes1742 - 1814
  • HJohn Cleves Symmes1742 - 1814
  • WAnna TuthillAbt 1741 - 1775
m. 30 Oct 1760
  1. Maria Symmes1765 -
  2. Mary Symmes1767 -
  3. Anna Symmes1775 - 1864
Facts and Events
Name John Cleves Symmes
Gender Male
Birth[1] 21 Jul 1742 Aquebogue, Suffolk, New York, United States
Marriage 30 Oct 1760 Mattituck, Suffolk Co., Long Island, New Yorkto Anna Tuthill
Marriage to _____ Halsey
Marriage to Susannah Livingston
Occupation[3] Feb 1789 North Bend, Hamilton, Ohio, United StatesJC Symmes established this settlement
Death[1] 26 Feb 1814 North Bend, Ohio
Burial? North Bend, Ohio
Reference Number? Q1699623?

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John Cleves Symmes (July 21, 1742February 26, 1814) was a delegate to the Continental Congress from New Jersey, and later a pioneer in the Northwest Territory. He was also the father-in-law of President William Henry Harrison (and therefore the great-grandfather of President Benjamin Harrison).

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  2.   Piland, Richard N. Legendary Locals of Hamilton. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2013).
  3. Ohio Genealogical Society. Hamilton County Chapter. A bicentennial tribute honoring our first settlers, 1988: pioneer profiles, 1989. (Dayton, Ohio: Wright State University, 1990).