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wesp (#47592947)
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Charlotte Cleveland
Your assumption relative to the year of her death and location are, in my opinion, correct. The history of the Cleveland family is confusing but the reference they make to a death in Guyandotte, VA in 1822 is that of Nathaniel. I have the appraisal of his estate performed after his death so that date for him is correct. He is mentioned in court records in Morgantown VA starting in 1809 thru 1819 and in a note co-signed by John Arnold which was for the purchased of leather goods to be used in starting his business there. The note specifically says that Nathaniel has a desire to move to the "Westward" or Morgantown in 1809. He signed a marriage bond for Harriet Webb - my third great grandmother - in 1816 and it indicates that Charlotte is deceased.

Added by Anonymous on Jun 15, 2015 12:34 PM

Photos 4 You
RE: Macedonia Cemetery
We only go there when we have a few (4-5) Find a Grave requests. Perhaps if you post it, others will request pics there too...............

Added by Photos 4 You on May 03, 2015 4:54 AM

RE: Macedonia Methodist Church Cemetery
I have not been there so far. But I will see what I can do. I just can't tell you when it will be done. Will this help at all. Do you have death dates (year) or guesses?

Added by Gaither on May 02, 2015 7:42 PM

RE: Spillman
So welcome, happy hunting.

Added by Gaither on May 02, 2015 7:50 AM

I also took a picture of Bernadette Spillman headstone since she was buried on the side of Mary Spillman. If you need it.

Added by Gaither on Apr 23, 2015 1:48 PM

Charlotte Cleveland
I don't believe it is possible that Charlotte died in Guyandotte, VA. - now WVA. Her husband (Nathaniel) is mentioned in court records as desiring to move to Morgantown from PA. in about 1809 for the purpose of establishing a business. He moved to Guyandotte in about 1819 after bankrupting in Morgantown. He was widowed when my ancestor - Harriet Webb - married in 1816 and he signed a marriage bond identifying himself as her father.

Added by Anonymous on Feb 04, 2015 11:08 AM


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