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Kathy Alexander (#48187463)
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Linda T
RE: Susan Robison Woodrow
Just a note of credit and you are welcome to them.
Added by Linda T on Sep 03, 2015 6:42 PM
I made it to the cemetery.

Hannah E
Wife of Samuel W Cleland
Sept 8 1881
19 yrs

Whatever the writing is underneath, it is too weather worn to make out any of the words. Looks like it was some kind of poem.

Sorry I wasn't able to help more.
Added by majiqlady on Mar 21, 2015 3:30 PM
RE: Hannah E Crumel Cleland
I wasn't able to find Hannah in Muskegon County Deaths...she must have died somewhere else. I did find

Mary E Cleland
died: 25 Aug 1893 at 2 yrs 5 months 25 days
cause: collic
Parents: Samuel and Mary Cleland

Samuel W Cleland
died: 2 Apr 1922 at 69 yrs 28 days
cause: Cronic Myocarditis
Parents: Mathie Cleland and Eliza J Doran

I did find a Hannah J McCleland
died: 15 Apr 1917 at 35 ys 9 mos 14 days
cause: hemorage
Parents: David H M Jones and Jane Jones.

Added by majiqlady on Feb 23, 2015 11:26 AM
RE: Hannah E Crumel Cleland
If you remind me in the Spring, I'll check the stone out again but right now we're knee deep in snow and sub 0 temps.

The next time I get up to the clerk's office, I will look up the death record and see what it says.
Added by majiqlady on Feb 19, 2015 8:48 AM
Fay Carmichael
RE: Cleland Family
Sorry, unable to be of any help. All of our Clelands are from the Glasgow area of Scotland.

They did arrive in New York City aboard the "SS Emerald Isle" in 1858, but immediately took the train north to Ontario, settling in Elma.

I've found no record of any of our direct relatives settling in the States.

Added by Fay Carmichael on Jul 08, 2014 6:19 AM
Laura Plummer Ranville
RE: Hannah E Crumel Cleland
I'm sorry to say that I don't have any additional information, Kathy.

Added by Laura Plummer Ranville on Jun 28, 2014 5:48 PM
Lorna McMahon
RE: Clelands of Perth
Sorry, but I have no further information on the Cleland family.
Added by Lorna McMahon on Feb 11, 2014 11:42 PM
Fay Carmichael
RE: Fay
Our Clelands came from Scotland to Canada. Are you on Ancestry? I have alot of info there. And much of it is also on Canadian Headstones Family Trees.

George Cleland and Jane Warnock from Glasgow and Lanarkshire married in 1804 and had 13 children. One of their twin sons Robert sailed to New York City with his wife and two sons in 1858, then made their way to Ontario with the year.

A few other siblings followed.

Robert's son James married my great aunt Jane King Patterson in 1910. Earlier in 1878 the granddaughter of Robert's wife's sister married my great aunt Jane's widowed father. So we've always had a great connection with the Cleland family.

Let me know if this is of any help.


Added by Fay Carmichael on Feb 11, 2014 8:20 PM
Mike Ohio
RE: near ro you
That would be fine Kathy. I always like to meet fellow Findagrave people. My brother lives in the big house and I am right beside it just to the west.

If there are 2 vehicles in my driveway, I'm there or out in the barn.

Added by Mike Ohio on Sep 05, 2013 1:32 PM
RE: Re: Peter Gullung
Hi Kathy,
The Gullungs are part of my family line. Peter & George are my 2nd Great Grand Uncles. The Saladins are related to me by marriage. Frances Saladin married my 2nd Great Grand Uncle George Gullung. I'll have to look up their memorials to see the pics you took for the Saladins. Thanks for your help.
Best Regards,
Added by Kapbow on Sep 01, 2013 4:49 PM
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