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John Cleland
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Birth: Feb. 16, 1758
Death: Feb. 16, 1827

CLELAND, John, a soldier of the Revolution, born 16 Feb. 1758, died 16 Feb. 1827 age 69.
John Cleland
Rank: Private
County: Chaulauque Co. (Chautauqua)
Annual Allowance: 96 00
Sums received: 843 97
Description of service: Connecticut line
When placed on the pension roll: October 29, 1819 )
Commencement of pension: April 30, 1818
Laws under which inscribed, increased or reduced OR Remarks: Died February 13, 1827. He enlisted Feb., 1778, in Col. Williss' Reg't, Conn. troops, serving two and one half years. His wife, Thankful EASTON, survived him, and was allowed a pension. In March, 1811, accompanied by their sons, Nathan and Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Cleland settled in the town of Charlotte where another son, John, Jr., had settled the previous year
Children
Beriah Cleland b: 15 MAR 1781
Edna Cleland b: 23 JUN 1782
Samuel Cleland b: 1 SEP 1784
James Cleland b: 26 SEP 1786
Samuel Cleland b: 14 MAY 1788
Thankful Cleland b: 22 APR 1790
John Cleland , Jr. b: 1 FEB 1792
James Cleland b: 19 FEB 1792
Oliver Cleland b: 25 OCT 1793
Nathan Cleland b: 5 MAR 1795
Martin Cleland b: 10 APR 1797
Cynthia Cleland 1818 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Thankful Easton or Eaton Cleland (1757 - 1847)
 
 Children:
  John Cleland (1792 - 1876)*
  Oliver Cleland (1793 - 1879)*
  Martin Cleland (1797 - 1872)*
  Cynthia Cleland (1818 - 1827)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Pickett Corner Cemetery
Cassadaga
Chautauqua County
New York, USA
 
Created by: Dolores Davidson
Record added: Jan 07, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10286097
John Cleland
Added by: Linda DeBenedictis
 
John Cleland
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Never forgotten and always loved.
- Christopher Erin Lindstrom
 Added: Aug. 26, 2009
A dirge for the brave old pioneer!
A dirge for his old spouse!
For her who blest his forest cheer,
And kept his birchen house,
Now soundly by her chieftain may
The brave old dame sleep on,
The red man's step is far away,
The wolf's dr...(Read more)
- Dolores Davidson
 Added: Jan. 7, 2005
 
 
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