Person:Samuel Cleveland (5)

m. 23 May 1682
  1. Persis Cleveland1683 -
  2. Samuel Cleveland1684/85 - 1727
  3. Ephraim Cleveland1687 - 1711
  4. Joseph Cleveland1689 - 1766
  5. Elizabeth Cleveland1693 -
  6. Mary Cleveland1696 - 1766
  • HSamuel Cleveland1684/85 - 1727
  • WSarah Buswell1698 - Aft 1743
m. 10 Dec 1719
  1. Hannah Cleveland1721 -
  2. Eleazer Cleveland1722 -
  3. David Cleaveland1724 -
  4. Hopestill Cleveland1726 - 1809
  5. Mehitable Cleveland1727/28 -
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Cleveland
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 12 Jan 1684/85 Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Marriage 10 Dec 1719 Canterbury, Windham County, Connecticut, USAto Sarah Buswell
Death[4][5] 1 Oct 1727 Canterbury, Windham County, Connecticut, USA

'Samuel Cleveland [was] a prominent man of Canterbury, joiner and cooper.' [6]

References
  1. Cleveland, Edmund Janes, and Horace Gillette Cleveland. The Genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland Families: an attempt to trace, in both the male and the female lines, the posterity of Moses1 Cleveland who came from Ipswich, County Suffolk, England, about 1635, was of Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; of Alexander Cleveland of Prince William County, Virginia; and of ancient and other Clevelands in England, America and elsewhere; with numerous biographical sketches; and containing ancestries of many of the husbands and wives; also a bibliography of the Cleveland family and a genealogical account of Edward Winn of Woburn and of other Winn families. (Hartford, Connecticut: Case, Lockwood, and Brainard Company, 1899)
    1:39.

    'Samuel3 Cleveland, b. Jan. 12, 1685, Chelmsford, Mass.'

  2. Cleveland, Edmund Janes, and Horace Gillette Cleveland. The Genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland Families: an attempt to trace, in both the male and the female lines, the posterity of Moses1 Cleveland who came from Ipswich, County Suffolk, England, about 1635, was of Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; of Alexander Cleveland of Prince William County, Virginia; and of ancient and other Clevelands in England, America and elsewhere; with numerous biographical sketches; and containing ancestries of many of the husbands and wives; also a bibliography of the Cleveland family and a genealogical account of Edward Winn of Woburn and of other Winn families. (Hartford, Connecticut: Case, Lockwood, and Brainard Company, 1899)
    1:68.

    'Some discrepancies in dates between Canterbury records, and an old family rec. in possession of Rev. Simeon6 Cleveland [great grandson of Samuel3], which family rec. gives Samuel3 b. Feb. 26, 1680, and a son John4 b. Feb. 14, 1718, who, if he existed, must have been by a first marriage.'

    The family record of Samuel3 born Feb 1680 could refer to a child born in an unknown first marriage of Samuel2, in which both the mother and child died (since Samuel2's first known marriage was in May 1680). The family record of a son John4 born Feb 1718 might similarly refer to a child born in an unknown first marriage of Samuel3, in which both the mother and child died (since Samuel3's first known marriage was in Dec 1719). Equally, either of these records might refer to an illegitimate child, which might or might not have survived. Note also that Samuel3's brother Joseph had a son John (died 5 Mar 1754) who is listed in this source between children born 1716 and 1720/21, but whose birth date is not given - maybe he is the John born Feb 1718, and attributed to the wrong father in the family record.

  3. Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital records of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1914)
    page 46.

    'CLEVELAND ... Samuell, s. Samuell and Persis, Jan. 12, 1684.'

  4. Cleveland, Edmund Janes, and Horace Gillette Cleveland. The Genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland Families: an attempt to trace, in both the male and the female lines, the posterity of Moses1 Cleveland who came from Ipswich, County Suffolk, England, about 1635, was of Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; of Alexander Cleveland of Prince William County, Virginia; and of ancient and other Clevelands in England, America and elsewhere; with numerous biographical sketches; and containing ancestries of many of the husbands and wives; also a bibliography of the Cleveland family and a genealogical account of Edward Winn of Woburn and of other Winn families. (Hartford, Connecticut: Case, Lockwood, and Brainard Company, 1899)
    1:68.

    'SAMUEL3 CLEVELAND ... d. Canterbury, Conn., Oct. 1, 1727'

  5. Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records
    Canterbury Vital Records:168.

    'CLEVELAND, ...
    Samuel, d. Oct. 1, 1727'

  6. Cleveland, Edmund Janes, and Horace Gillette Cleveland. The Genealogy of the Cleveland and Cleaveland Families: an attempt to trace, in both the male and the female lines, the posterity of Moses1 Cleveland who came from Ipswich, County Suffolk, England, about 1635, was of Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; of Alexander Cleveland of Prince William County, Virginia; and of ancient and other Clevelands in England, America and elsewhere; with numerous biographical sketches; and containing ancestries of many of the husbands and wives; also a bibliography of the Cleveland family and a genealogical account of Edward Winn of Woburn and of other Winn families. (Hartford, Connecticut: Case, Lockwood, and Brainard Company, 1899)
    1:39, 68.