Family Bible of Mrs. Eva Fay Huff of Seymour, Texas
[Printed in the May 1978 Hicks Newsletter]
John William Hicks born May 17, 1861 Clinton Co. Ky. died Jan. 11, 1945 Hopkins
Co. Texas married Amanda Alice Carter of West Texas, Dec. 26, 1883 at home
by Rev. McCagg. She was born Sept. 26, 1868, Clinton Co. Ky. died May
15, 1937 Hopkins Co. Texas. (Amanda Alice was the daughter of John Newton
Carter, Jr. born in Clinton Co. Ky.)
John Newton's Father- John Newton Carter, Sr. born in North Carolina.
John Newton Carter, Jr. wife Matherine Gentle
John N. Carter, Sr. wife Rebecca ?
John William Hicks and Amanda Alice Hicks Children:
Fred Cleveland Hicks born Oct.6, 1885 Waco Tex. m. Ruby Bailey July 9, 1916
Ada Mae Hicks born July 26,1885 m. Orin Franklin Oct. 1, 1906
Ina Pearl Hicks born Aug.18,1889 Fannin Co. Tex. m. W.R. Crawford Aug.16,
Clyde Elmer Hicks born Jan 18, 1891 d. about 3 years old.
Bessie Lena Hicks born Nov.18, 1892 m. Forest Clifton Dec. 15, 1923
Mamie Lillian Hicks born Mar. 25,1894 m. Jeff McKenzie Dec. 26, 1915
Winnie L.M. Hicks born Nov.28, 1895 m. Clarence Argenbright Feb. 12, 1918
Roy Lee Hicks born May 24, 1891 m. Kate Tatom Oct. 11, 1923
Ruby Helen born Oct. 39, 1900 m. Jack Gregg, June 1, 1924
Willie Agnes Hicks born Sept.12, 1902 m. Arthur Reynolds May 3, 1920
Infant Girl, Sept 3, 1904
Hazel Odena Hicks born April 22, 1908 m. Doris Daughtery July 17, 1933
Theo Maurice born Nov.2,1910 m. Ruby Blackmon Oct. 21, 1927
Ina Pearl Hicks m. William Robert Crawford Aug.16, 1906 Franklin Co. Texas.
Thomas Russell Crawford born Jan 2, 1908 Franklin Co. Texas
Ray Eugene Crawford born Dec. 7, 1909 Hopkins Co. Texas
Thelma Marie Crawford born Nov.11, 1911 Hopkins Co. Texas d. Jun.10,1913
Jack William Crawford born Oct.21, 1913 Hopkins Co. Texas
Marvin Alexander Crawford born Jan.4, 1916 Hopkins Co. Texas
Alice Blanche Crawford born Apr 30 1917 Hopkins Co. Texas
Elton Gwenith Crawford born Nov. 18, 1919 Baylor Co. Texas
Era Fay Crawford born Mar. 29, 1922 Baylor Co. Texas
Bible Records of Gloria D. Wells of Nashville, Tennessee
[Printed in the June 1978 issue of the Hicks Newsletter]
(In possession of Mrs. E.B Brooks of Marietta, Ga.)
Edith Hicks was born 27 October A.D. 1799
Riall Baily Hicks was born March 19, 1827
Sarah Jane Irby was born May 19, 1837
Anna Eliza Hicks born August 1, 1855
Mary Ophelia Hicks born June 11, 1858
Alice Virginia born August 6, 1861
James Henry born November 19, 1863
Thomas Jackson born August 16, 1866
Virgil Homer born December 19, 1868
John Westmoreland born October 10, 1870
William Octavius Hicks June 9, 1872
Clifton Harley born May 25, 1878
Otella May born August 11, 1880
Rially Baily Hicks and Sarah Jane Irby were married on the 12 October 1854
William J. Trimble and Anna E. Hicks were married Nov. 15, 1877
Seaborn L. Ivey and Mary O. Hicks were married Nov.15, 1877
Eugenius R. Ivey and Alice V. Hicks were married Dec. 12, 1880
Virgil H. Hicks and Alice V. Hicks were married Sept.24, 1893
Clifton H. Hicks & Gussie P. Parker were married Sept. 190(1) or (7)
J.S. Donaldson and Otella May Hicks were married on the 7th of April in the
our Lord 1901
Edith Hicks died December 7th 1882
Thomas Jackson Hicks departed this life Sept. 6, 1867
Sardis Irby departed this life Nov.22, 1896
Vandis F. Hicks departed this life Jan.22, 1898
Alice Virginia Ivey departed this life Sept.4, 1901
Riall Baily Hicks departed this life Feb. 10, 1902
William O. Hicks departed this life April 13, 1903
Sarah J. Hicks departed this life July 4, 1924
The Following Bible Information is from Russell D. Hicks
Anderson Hicks who was born in Fayette county, Ill. on 21 August 1831 who
married Eliza Ann Massey who was born on 18 July 1839. The marriage took
place in Barton county Mo. on 26 March 1857 and was officiated by Richard
Richard E. Hicks b 31 Dec 1857
Mahana A Hicks b 24 Jul 1860
Daniel J. Hicks b 8 Apr 1862
James J. Hicks b 27 Apr 1864
Mary L. Hicks b. 14 Jan 1867
St. Moses Hicks b. 2 May 1869
Ada E Hicks b. 25 Aug 1871
Ida E. Hicks b. 6 Mar 1874
Zilpha A Hicks b. 16 Jan 1877
Enoch B. Hicks b 9 Nov 1880
The following Bible Record was shared by Jayne Lovelace, the family Bible
belonging to her father-in-law Andrew Lovelace of Collinsville, Alabama.
Bible kept by Amanda(Nixon) Loveless. This information was printed
in our December 1977 issue of the Hicks Newsletter
Hicks Family Notes & Bible Records
Sarah Nixon (sister of Abner) born 1816 the 9th day of December
Harvy Hicks born 1814
Harvy Hicks & Sarah Nixon were married the 1st day of January 1835
Washington Rickey Hicks was born 30th day of Jan 1836
Washington Rickey Hicks died the 27th day of September 1863
James Asberry Hicks was born 17 day June 1837
James Asbury Hicks died the 17 day of March 1864
Sarah Williams Hicks was born 25th day of Dec. 1838
Sarah W. Hicks diedFebruary the 5th 1860 being 21 years one month and 11
William Abner Hicks 27th day of Feb. 1841
William Williamson was born ___ 1786
William Williamson and Sarah Hicks were married 15th day of November 185_
(this is evidently Sarah William Hicks born 1838)
Virginia Walston was born the 2nd day of November 1836
Washington R. Hicks and Virginia Walston were married the 17th day of August
William Harvy Hicks was born August the 11th 1855
Francis Eben Hicks was born January the 6th 1858
Athal(or something like that) Adele Hicks was born July 23,1860
Mary E. King was born Aroil the 26th 1834
James A. Hicks & Mary E. King were married Dec. 23, 1861
Mary A. Netta Hicks was born Sept 13, 1862
William Asberry Hicks was born the (torn) day of March 1864
Bible Records of Hicks Family of Niagara,New
[Contributed by Mrs. Beatrice Stockwell Hicks of So. San Francisco, Ca.
printed in the Fall 1979 issue of the Hicks Newsletter]
Floyd S. Hicks born Somerset, Niagara Co. N.Y. Aug 23, 1906
Claude Vincent Hicks born Somerset, Niagara Co., N.Y. Feb. 21, 1880
Philander A. Hicks (called "Ben") born Somerset, N.Y. Aug.2, 1850
Hiram Hicks born Parma,Genesee Co. N.Y. May 4, 1806 (later Monroe Co.)
Samuel Hicks born prob. Berkshire Co. Mass, Feb. 27, 1779
Samuel Hicks b. Prob. Massachusetts
(Sons of Hiram Hicks born May 4, 1806 & 1st wife name unknown)
Agustus Hicks was born Oct. 1st, 1835
Elisha Hicks was born Nov.14, 1839
Children of Hiram Hicks & Eliza (Fox) Blodgett: Hiram's second wife.
Charlotte R. Hicks born April 14, 1844
Philetus G. Hicks born Sept 6, 1846
Philander A. Hicks born Aug.2, 1850
Ada Hicks born May 10, 1853born Ada M. Olney married Philander A. Hicks
Ina M. Hicks born Feb. 26, 1885
Mary Olney Hicks born May 27, 1891(daughter of Philander A. Hicks & Ada
Hiram Hicks and Eliza Blodgett given in marriage Feb. 19, 1843
Philander A. Hicks & Olney married Sept 17, 1878
Claude V. Hicks married Anna E. Armstrong Nov.15, 1900
Harry A. Cole married Mary O. Hicks Jan 14, 1914
Ina M. Hicks married Wiley Van Dyke July 16, 1922
Birth Records of the Children of Samuel Hicks & Charlotte
Samuel Hicks born Feb. 27,1779 & Charlotte born Apr.6, 1786(parents)
Samuel Hicks Jr. was born Mar.7, 1805
Hiram Hicks born May 4, 1806
Lydia Hicks born July 7, 1809
John Hicks born Mar. 9,1811
Ebenezer Hicks born May 24, 1813
Lucinda Hicks born April 11, 1815
Racksind Hicks born Mar. 16, 1817
David Hicks born Oct. 28, 1818
Thomas Hicks born Jan 28, 1821
Esther Hicks born Dec. 17, 1822
Lucy Hicks born Jan 11, 1826
Clarinda Hicks born Mar.9, 1828
These children were all born in the vicinity of Parma, New York. Their
father , Samuel, came to western New York with his father Samuel. The
first Samuel Hicks was a Pathmaster and his name is on the first tax list,
dated Oct. 6, 1800 for the large town of Northampton , N.Y.He located on
Lot 7, of range 2 Parma. He was a famed hunter and trapper and kept the settlers
supplied with fresh meat. He is said to have traverse the entire Genesee
Co. as early as 1791, hunting game and furs. He hunted and trapped
on the lake Ontario shore near Braddocks Bay at a place known for many
years as Hicks'Point. His daughter Clorinda, married John Atchinson
in 1805. The Atchinsons claimed credit for the first apples in the
area, but descendants of Samuel Hicks claim that the oldest orchard was planted
on Samuel's homestead. In 1809 the first Baptist church of Parma was
organized near the Hicks settlement and among the first members were Amos
Hicks, Samuel Hicks, and Esther Hicks(This material can be found in History
of the Holland Purchase, by Orasmus Turner, put. 1849 p. 390 also pp. 336
and 417 History of Monroe Co. N.Y. publ. 1877, p. 173-176; Landmarks of Monroe
Co. pp 336 and 344 by Wm Peck, publ. 1895
Dickens Family Bible
Jesse and Mary Hicks married Oct. 1878
Oldest daughter Jesse Anne (Bella Hicks born July 23, 1835 in Madison Co.
Hicks Bible that belonged to Henry J. Hicks that came to Cherokee County,
Alabama.that was born December 5, 1842( If interested in this family please
e-mail me and I can give you the name of the person to contact for copies
of this family Bible- KVHicks@aol.com)
H.J. Hicks was born Dec. 5, 1842
Emley Hicks born July 3, 1842
A.J. Hicks born June 5, 1872
M.E. Hicks born Sept.15, 1866
C.J. Hicks born Jun 28, 1893
H.F. Hicks born Mar.19, 1896
M.E. Hicks born Oct.31, 1898
M.E. Hicks died Jan.17, 1900
H.F. Hicks died Jan.13, 1929
H.J. Hicks died May 13, 1940
Margreat Ellen died July 18, 1944
C.J. Hicks died May 18, 1950
This is not Bible Records but were hand written papers that were found in
a Safety Deposit Box of Clarence E. Starks in The Bank of Bland, Virginia
(Contributed by Lucile Hicks Neff and printed in the March 1972 issue of
the Hicks Newsletter Astricks denotes the Hicks family of Lucile Hicks Neff,
Sorry but the address that I have for Lucile is out dated)
Jessie W. Hicks's daughter Geneva Hicks married J. M. Starks - Son Clarence
Records of Births
*Joseph T. Hicks b. March 20, 1798
Rebecca Hicks b. April 9, 1800
Jefferson Hicks b. Dec. 29,1819
Lucinda Hicks b. June 22, 1821
Rhoda E. Hicks b. May 17, 1823
Elvira A. Hicks b. Dec. 27, 1826
Peter R. Hicks b. Jan. 22, 1829
Sarah M. Hicks b. Dec. 26, 1830
Sinthy B. Hicks b. Oct. 26, 1832
Louis W. Hicks b. Sept. 3, 1834
Cosby J. Hicks b. Dec. 9, 1836
Russell S. Hicks b. Dec. 4, 1838
Caroline F. Hicks b. Oct. 31, 1843
Record of Second Family:
Henry G. Hicks b. Jan 26, 1849
Jesse W. Hicks b. May 20, 1850
*John P. Hicks b. May 28, 1852
George S. Hicks b. May 3, 1855
Charles C. Hicks b. Sept.1, 1857
Joseph W. Hicks b. Feb. 7, 1853
James R. Hicks b. Nov. 16, 1854
Maria Jane Hicks b. Feb. 26, 1859
Sanders Lee Hicks b. Mar. 29, 1861
William V. Hicks b. Nov. 11, 1872
Records of Deaths:
Rebecca Hicks d. May 21, 1844
Lavina Wynn d. Mar. 9, 1853
Ann J. Wynn d. Oct. 31, 1855
Elizabeth J. Hicks d. Jan 29, 1862
*Joseph T. Hicks d. May 2, 1865
Cosby J. Gearing d. May 10, 1868
Milly Wynn d. July 11, 1871
Lizzie Hicks d. July 25, 1878
James Henderson d. July 13, 1878
V. William Wynn d. Dec. 4, 1880
Lucinda Compton d. Mar.2, 1883
James Justice d. Mar. 23, 1889
Geneva Johnson d. Mar. 1, 1887
*Joseph T. Hicks m. Maria Maxwell- Apr.19, 1848
James M. Compton m. Lucinda Hicks Apr. 19, 1842
Peter R. Hicks m. Elizabeth J. Maxwell Apr. 27, 1852
James E. Maxwell m. Rachel A. Bagle Dec. 15, 1853
Henry G. Hicks m. Rebecca J. Henderson Jun. 27, 1869
*John P. Hicks m. Eunice Victoria Edwards Dec. 18, 1879 by Rev. Lockard.
Jessie W. Hicks m. Mary H. Crowel June 7, 1877
George S. Hicks m. Mary Werner Aug.22, 1882
P.R. Hicks m. Gene Whitten May 5, 1885
Edward Hendrick m. Maria Hicks Apr.17, 1878
J.R. Hicks m. Miss Julia Martin Dec. 1879
Charles C. Hicks m. Cora L. Martin Sep.30, 1887
Joseph T. Hicks owned land in Bland Co. Virginia formerly Tazwell County
a place called Hicksville.
Bible Records of Edwin Pitt Hicks youngest son of
John and Elizabeth Butts Hicks.
[ The family Bible in 1950 was in the possession of Carney Hicks, a
Printed in August 1972 of the Hicks Newsletter
Bible Record contributed by Ruby Hicks and Peggy Salb]
"Comments other that the birth records is from other sources"
My father, John Hicks was born of German descent, was a tailor by trade,
served seven years as an apprentice. Lived in Middletown, Vermont.
He was a small active man, energetic, black hair and good looking.
Generous to friend and foe. His capital was his trade. Much
of his time was spent in travelling from house to house cutting garments.
Fine work he would take home to make up. My mother was a beautiful
woman, medium size, deep blue eyes and bright red hair. She had
a heart full of sympathy and good will for every son and daughter of
humanity. She loved too well to live under the influence of orthodoxy,
and father and mother both embraced universalism at an early period.
The first move of the family was from Ruthland County Vermont to Onandageo
County, New York about the year 1816. The country was new and many
hardships prevailed and much sickness encountered, added to the scarcity
of the necessities of life.
Next moved was to Ohio about 1818. At Olean Point our folks obtained
a boat which became the ark for all our families and their increases. In
a few days we reached the smoky little town of Pittsburgh but passing on
we made our next landing at Marietta Ohio, remaining there about a year.
Our next move was again by water down the Ohio River to Troy, since called
Patriot, in Switzerland County Indiana. Here our little ark rested
and its inmates went forth to help build a mighty West.
John Hicks was born Aug.14, 1768. Married Elizabeth Butts
Jan 22, 1790. She was born July 18, 1770 Their Children:
Josma born Nov 10, 1790. (Switzerland Co. court records show his
name was Joshua) married July 2, 1810 Poultney, Vermont to
Clarissa Mehurin- 14 children- died in Henry Co. Iowa. Was a Minister)
Phebe born Aug.14, 1792 married ____Mullen.
ELiza born Oct.2, 1794 married Ithaner Hibbard (or
Amy born Dec. 3, 1796-1859 married David Rudd(lived
She is buried at North Vernon on Hicks plot- no husband buried there.
John born Mar. 10, 1799 married Caroline _____
Samuel born Oct. 16, 1801- tombstone says Cot.5th buried at Napoleon,
Indiana. He was a doctor was married #1. Rebecca Fish
#2.Elizabeth Craig #3. Sarah McLaughlin
Gilderoy born Jan 3, 1804 married Amy___(Ruby Hicks
Bible form states died Dec. 23, 1859 at Franklin, Indiana. Was a lawyer.
married Anna Hicks about Jan 20, 1826 in Switzerland Co. Indiana.
Had a son Duane Hicks who died Sept. 28, 1863 at 35 years of age.
He enlisted in the Civil War was discharged because of illness, died of
Consumption.(This was taken from Johnson Co. History of Branigin 1913. Also
found graves at Franklin, Ind. (Mrs. Salb Bible Record)
Frisy born July 28, 1806 married Katherine ___(Ruby
(Mrs. Salb states According to Switzerland Co. records a Frisby
married Catherine Taylor- May 25, 1839)
Urania born June 28, 1808 married Aheliah
Lucian born Aug. 29, 1810
(court records show the name to be Lucy Ann married
Edwin Pitt born Jan 20, 1813. married Elizabeth
Robertson. Lived at North Vernon, Indiana.
Sarissa born Oct. 1, 1815 (Court record show the name of Sarissa)
married Sept.9, 1835 a Sarissa and Joshma Smith were
married this might be her. Switzerland Co. Marriage Records.
|Hicks Family-Sent by a family member From:
I JUST HAPPEN TO HAVE THE FAMILY BIBLE NEXT TO THE COMPUTER--
IT WAS PRESENTED TO G & G HICKS BY HER FATHER C.H.
WOOD ON 2-24-15--INTERESTING STUFF.
MINERVA LEONA CARRENDER AND GEO. WASHINGTON
HICKS WERE UNITED IN MARRIAGE, DECEMBER 27, 1885.
GRANPA HICKS WAS BORN 2-12-1890,
I BELIEVE HE WAS BORN IN MILLER COUNTY, MISSOURI.
GRANDMA HICKS PARENTS WERE:
CHARLES HENRY WOOD AND EMMA CATHERINE BLANKENHIP. GRANDMA WAS
HOPES THIS HELPS IN SOME WAY..
The Following was received from Joyce Shaw of Mi.
I just received from a total stranger a Bible that is all about the Hicks family. I went into Family Search and they have it a Hix but the bible says Hicks. It starts out with Candice Hicks Cleveland b Dec. 6, 1798 and died Feb. 28, 1869. She married Simon Cleavland born Oct. 28, 1795 and died June 10th, 1830. It is 6 pages of handwritten information on the Hicks and Cleveland family. I also have the 3 volume set of "CLEVELAND FAMILY 1899" I looked up Candice Hicks and in the Cleveland book it says Candace- Bible says Candice Book says maiden name Hicks or Hill. The Bible says Hicks. I believe that the Bible belonged to Candice Hicks Cleveland. If interested in rest of information email me. I will gladly share. Joyce JoyceGS55@aol.com
The Bible is 6 1/2 "x10" and 2 1/4 " thick. The edges are gold color and Bible is kind of between a burgurny/brown color. The front and back are very detailed as both have Victorian stylle design. On the end it says Holy Bible in gold letters. The first and second pages have nothing on them. The next page says A Token of Reguard from Mrs. G.A.Harny To. Mrs. Conanl. The (l) on the last word could be( t) but not crossed. The first page printed says:
THE HOLY BIBLE
THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES, AND WITH THE FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REVISED.
PHILADELPHIA: J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO. 1867.
I saw it in the " Cleveland Family Chronicles" December 4, 2006 issue. But I've since seen it on the websites in several places. He took a lot of time trying to GIVE it to the correct person. He sent it from PA. I just got it 2 weeks ago and really haven't had much time to work with it. Maybe as I'm copying for you I might find what I'm looking for. In the center of the Bible 5 complete pages full and a little on 6th page of handwritten information. It also had in it some pieces cut out of a newspaper. I will copy those first.
Henry M. Cleavland and wife killed in auto accident at Strykerr, Ohio, Oct. 30, 1924 Accident occurred just putside of Stryker. Auto struck by H. Y. Central train. Frank took remains to Superior, arriving there Nov. 3rd and funeral held November 5th.
OSHKOSH WOMAN IS CALLED BY DEATH
Mrs. William Dailey, a resident of this city for the last thirty-five years, passed away about 11:30 o'clock this morning, at her home, 138 Waugoo street. Funeral services will be held Tues- day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home, with burial at Oaklawn ceme- tery in the town of Black Wolf. She is survived bt her husband; one sister, Miss Ann Cleaveland, and a brother, Frank Cleavland, of this city.
Obituaries same person different papers.
COUPLE KILLED AT OHIO CROSSING ARE SUPERIOR RESIDENT
(By Associated Press.)
Surerior, Wis---Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Cleveland, who were killed near Stryker, O., Thursday afternoon when a New York Central train struck their automobile at a cross-
ing, were residents of this city, information available from meager reports indicate.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland left Superior ten days ago by motor forFlorida, where they intended to spend the winter. They were on their way to Akron, O., to visit his
sister when the accident occured. Mr. and Mrs. C. Christopher, Mrs. Cleveland's parents, and her son, Albert Huff, Los Angeles, survive. Cleveland was a prominent' hotel
CLEVELAND---Funeral rites for Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Cleveland who were killed last Thursday at Stryker, Ohio when their automobile was struck by a fast train, will be
held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow after-noon from the Z. A. Downs Under-taking parlor, Rev. Leslie A. Bechtel will officiate and interment will be at Greenwood cemetery. The fol-
lowing are the pallbearers for Mrs.Cleveland: William Deno, Oscar Christopherson, James Whittaker, Edward Wentz. A. R. Deno and Raymond Nelson. For Mr. Cleveland the
following will act as pallbearers: Eugens Merrill, Oscar Ahigren, R. C. Mast, Thomas Solon, joseph Ryan and Vincent Miller, Frank Cleveland of Akron, Ohio, brother of Harry
Cleveland, accompanied the bodies to Superior.
A separate sheet of paper.
Elizabeth Cleavland (Sister Evanigelcine) died Oct. 29
1928 at Chicago Burial at ***hard to read***looks like
??????? Sisisiesawa Wd. ???????
Chas. W. Cleavland died May 16, 1929 at
Biswarick. North Dakota
Buried at Underwood North Dakota.
That's all of the loose information now from the bible. I will try to read if impossible I will type what I think with????
Candice Hicks Cleavland mother of Milton Cleavland
family consisted of
Betsy Hicks born Rutland Vt. Nov. 8th 1798
Lenural Beckwith 1816 and died Cobden Sept. 1875
Candice Hicks born Dec. 6, 1798-died Feb. 28-1869
Simon Cleavland born Oct. 3rd 1795-Died June 10th 1830
Andrea Conant second husband have no record.
of Candice Hicks
Susan Hicks born 1807 Died Aug. 17-1869
George Hicks single died Aug. 10-1875 Bitewolf, Wis.
Henry Hicks died in Civil War
mattied Sarah Holland
Thomas Hicks died Dec. 13th 1882
Alphena ?? Hicks born Nov. 28th 1803 Died Jan. 5th 1883
married Elizabeth Vealy born June 24th 1826 Died Mar 1st 1898
Orrin Hicks another brother have no record
END OF PAGE
Raymon Cleavland Born B--wolf
Vincent Cleavland forn at Oshkosh. Wis. April 4, 1899
Dau David Broderick born
Next is the pages that say FAMILY RECORD
Feb. 28' 58 at Morencia, Arizona
Hick's Bible #3 December 28, 2006 FAMILY RECORD. The entire page is vary fancy scroll & design Lucia Cleaveland born Oct. 8th 1855 ***only one with 2 (e)*** Mary L. Cleavland born Dec13th 1856 Augustus W. Cleavland born Dec 2nd 1857 Newel Cleavland born Dec 2nd 1857 John Clevland born Jan 1st 1862 ***ithe last number on date runs into scroll but pretty sure it's 1862*** Charlie M. Clealand born Mar 25th 1864 Henry Cleavland born Dec 24th 1866 Frank Cleavland born Sept 3rd 18-- runs into the scroll desgine but seem to go in order Ann Cleavland born Sept 15th 1869 ---last number is in scroll pretty sure it's 1869 Lucia Clevland Dailey died January 25, 1930 Joan Augusta Whitman diedJune 12 '37 Burial at Oaklawn Cemetery, Black Wolf. --m. E. Dailey died Feb. 20, 1942 Frnk Cleavland died Sept 6-1948 Augusta Cleavland died ---27 1951 ****monyh died looks like(Wch)*** Hazel Clevland Whitmore died 9/22/.57
END OF PAGE
The next 3 pages are identical with FAMILY RECORD. with scroll around all sides-information is written in side and all look like they were written by same person. Mrs.B. Cleaveland forn Aug 18th 1835 *** uses (eland)**** Mr. M. J. Cleavland born Jan 23rd 1822 Simon Cleavland born Oct 3rd 1795 Candice Cleavland born Dec 6th 1798 Mary H. Cleavland born Sept 10th 1823 Clarifsa B. Cleavland born Oct 1st 1825 ***odd first name but that's what it looks like**** Elizabeth F or Y Cleavland born Apr 9th 1828 ***the person writting has very fancy witing hard to read**** Ray Cleavland born Dec 2nd 1891 Hazel Cleavland born March 28 1894 Roy Clevavland born at Jordon Wisc Hazel Clevaland born ***looks like(U not M) ***but I think it's Maple Plains Wisc Ma-eline Ann Whitman born Aug 25 1822 Os-kosh **both of last 2 run into scroll design) Dale Cleavland born May 16, 1923 Oshkosh Elizabeth Lucia Whitman born Nov 20th 1926 Oshkosh William David Whitman born December 7, 1929 Oshkosh. Wis joan Augusta Whitman born June 12, '37 at O---kosh, Wis Peggy Lee Larsen born Aug 11 '48 at Oshkosh Wisc Stephen Gerald Learsen born Aug 8,50 at Os--kosh.
NEXT TO ROY AND HAZEL ON THE OUTSIDE OF SCROLL SAYS SON AND DAUGHTER OF FRANK CLEAVLAND
END OF PAGE
The page starts out like the last two. With the words FAMILY RECORD and very fancy design around page.
1. Mrs. B. Cleavland, died Jan 28 th 1876.
2. Mary L. Cleavland died Nov. 14th 1862
3. Newel Cleavland died Nov. 23rd 1862
4.John Cleavland died Sept 17th 1863
5 Simon Cleaveland died June 10th 1830
6 Candice Conant died Feb. 28th 1869
7. Clarifsa B. Cleavland died Sept 4th 1830 but in the fancy boarder not sure 1`8-0
8. George Hicks died August 1875
9. Augustus W. Cleavland died Mar 17th 1877
10 Milton J. Cleavland died Aug 8th 1891
11 Lucy Cleavand died Mar 29 1899
12 wife of Frank Cleavland the way it is wrote I think that Lucy Cleavland is wife of Frank
13 Mary H. Cleavland died Jan 25 1904
14 Frances Cleavland died May 13-1921 wife of Henry Cleavland Superior Wisconsin
15 H, M Cleavland & wife Mabel were killed Oct 30th 1924 over ran by train near Styker Ohio. buried Nov 4-1924 Greenwood cemetery Superior Wis.
16 Josie Ward Cleavland died 4/27/46 at Centralia, Wash. aged 81
END OF PAGE
THIS PAGE IS VERY FADED AT LEAST THE FIRST PART. I WILL DO MY BEST AND PUT ?? WERE NOT SURE. IT STARTS OUT LIKE LAST FEW PAGES WITH FAMILY RECORD. AND FANCY EDGE. 1.Mr. Charles M. Cleavland married Aug. 6th 1889 to Rosie Ward. Eden Fondula Co Wis.
2 Frank Cleavland married Jan 1891 to Lucy Pitiman Jorden (5 lettrers) starts with ??ier. or ?hier.
3 Henry M Cleavland married Jan 27th 1902 to Francis
4 Frank Cleavland married Jan 30-1904 to Augusta VanDermark
5 Lucia Cleavland married July 20-1896 to (3 letters and can't read any of it)
6 Roy M Cleavland married Nov5th 1919 to Naomi Stevens-Oslekosh Wisc
7 Hazel Cleavland married to Harry Whitman May 31st 1921-
8 Mabel & H. M. Cleavland married Nov 5-1921
9 Vinceint Cleavland married Sept. 28, 1935. at Williston N. Dakota to Dorothy Aurian or Auniar.
10 Madeline Ann Whitman married Jan. 26, 1946 at Luason, Arizonia
DONE IN ANOTHER PERSON'S HANDWRITING VERY HARD TO READ. PROBABLY*Tuson, Aizonia to Adrian Broderick
11 Elizabeth Lucia Whitman married July 3, 1946 to Gerald Larson.
END OF THAT PAGE
THE LAST ENTRY IS ON THE BOTTOM OF PAGE THAT HAS THE NEW TESTAMENT
1 Adrian John Broderick born Aug. 16, '54 at (very hard to read) Ulovenci. or Woveuci Arizonia (LOOKS LIKE 7 LETTERS) ends in ci as there is a dot over the i
This is the end of the information in the Bible. If you have any question feel free to just email me any time. I also have the three volume set hard cover of "Cleveland Family 1899." I also have the hard cover book on "History of Shiawasee and Clinton Counties Michigan 1880". I hope that this helps somebody out there. If you put it online be sure and tell that the Bible clears up one question. In the Cleveland Books on page 925 volume #1 Family #2456. SIMON CLEVELAND born Western, N.Y., June 1831, a.36 m. Candace Hicks or Hills. The Bible clears up the last name (and notice the spelling of both first and last name are different between the book and the Bible) of Candice Hicks. Therefore proving that it is Hicks and NOT Hill. The book has her first name spelled Candace and Bible says Candice. ALSO ALL THROUGH THE BIBLE IT IS (CLEAVLAND) AND BOOK IS CLEVELAND.
But they are the same family. If you find or suspect any errors in my copying let me know and I will double check.
Joyce Shaw of MI
Hope that your Holidays were GREAT. I was just proofing the information from the Bible and I found a couple of errors. #1 I sent you all of it but I skipped what was to be #4 and sent it to you as #5. But you do have it all. Sorry I didn't want you to put errors that I made out online. Joyce Shaw If anybody has any addition questions it's OK if you want to give my email address.