Jul. 18, 1903 Buzzards Bay Barnstable County Massachusetts, USA
Nov. 8, 1995 Wolfeboro Carroll County New Hampshire, USA
Son of President Grover Cleveland and Frances Cleveland.
Francis graduated from Harvard University and briefly taught English and history at Browne & Nichols School in Cambridge before embarking on a stage career. He spent several years acting in theater productions in Boston and New York City. He had brief runs on Broadway making cameo appearances in "Dead End' and "Our Town".
In the late 1930's he moved to Tamworth, New Hampshire and founded a local theater troupe named the Barnstormers who traveled in New Hampshire starting in 1931. The company found a permanent home in a remodeled barn in Tamworth after World War II.
He was married for 67 years and his wife Alice preceded him in death in 1992. He is survived by a daughter, Marion C. Cohen of Baltimore.