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Guy Earl Cleveland (#47742589)
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Bio Photo Hello, I started in Find-A-Grave while trying to find information for my family tree and locate relatives from many branches, including: Cleveland, Butler, Brown, Winn, Dunaway, Blackford. Although this site is set up more for memorializing, it certainly is a valuable tool for finding and sharing bits of scattered information and old photos of relatives and bringing "life" back to people who may have been only a small fact listing in a family tree.
I believe it is important to share and diversify the knowledge we have of our ancestors to keep them and the achievements they made memorialized and remembered for future generations.
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Leah Gloudemans
RE: Walter Schmalz
I do not know anything about him. It looks like Linda and William connected them together. Maybe as if they know anything about Walter.
Added by Leah Gloudemans on Jan 27, 2015 5:19 AM
Janet Muff
RE: Luther Cleveland
Hello Guy,

Thank you for the correction. I've reviewed the birth records and actually they show three births for a child named Luther to Moses and Azubah, but two of them are within two months of each other and so not biologically possible. I've changed the memorial to reflect the 1774 date.

Added by Janet Muff on Sep 01, 2013 3:31 PM
Jenean Hamilton
RE: Dunaways at Richland/Austin
You bet.
Added by Jenean Hamilton on Aug 13, 2013 9:17 AM
Jenean Hamilton
RE: Dunaways at Richland/Austin
Thanks for your kind words! That is a great little cemetery. I am always fascinated by the stories of the people who settled our little part of Wisconsin. Yes, I remember seeing one dollar, went "huh?" to myself and promptly forgot about it as I continued to dig and the stone appeared. Don't know what happened to it though, sorry. I expected to get right back down to the cemetery to do more, but got busy with other things. Thanks for the tip on the transcription. I make it to Monroe frequently and will be sure to look it up. Gee, maybe tomorrow now that I have a new incentive! It will certainly help! Thanks again, Jenean
Added by Jenean Hamilton on Aug 12, 2013 10:59 PM
Erin Foley
RE: Elmer Hacht photo
You are very welcome. It was a beautiful day for a trip to this village cemetery.
Added by Erin Foley on Oct 29, 2012 5:58 PM
Joanne Morehouse
RE: Laabs grave
You're quite welcome. I was happy to help. Joanne
Added by Joanne Morehouse on Jul 05, 2012 7:18 AM
Leo J. Offerman
RE: Sylvanus Cleveland
Your welcome, glad to be able to help...
Added by Leo J. Offerman on Jun 26, 2012 2:52 PM
Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Thanks again!
Your welcome Guy and glad to be of help.
I added all the links. If you are wrong about Philip's parents you can let me know and I will remove the links.


Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on May 23, 2012 11:34 AM
Linda and William S.
RE: Cleveland Family at Clayton-Mikeville Cem., Winnebago Co., Wis.
We have found two more Cleveland gravestones at the Clayton-Mikeville Cemetery in Winnebago County on Co. Road T.
They are: Lester C. Cleveland (1864-1915) and Lewis E. Cleveland (1860-1870).
We have made memorials.
Added by Linda and William S. on May 23, 2012 3:52 AM
Nicholas W
RE: Brown family
i will have to have a look and get back to you, I'm thinking I haven't pursued Louisa's family as of yet... but will have a looksee.
Added by Nicholas W on May 03, 2012 11:53 PM
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