|Death: ||Mar. 30, 1780, At Sea|
Son of Rev. John Cleaveland, he died "on board the continental ship EUSTIS, Lemuel Bishop, Captain, dyed of the jailfever, having been captivated in his voyage to the west indies, first by the British, and then by the french in a dutch ship; and put into Jail at Gaudeloop; he sailed from Salem on his sd voyage with Capt. Jacobs, the last of October, 1779," aged 26 yrs., 11 days. "Early Vital Records of Mass. (Ipswich Deaths)"
Body buried at sea
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Jan 16, 2011
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