Camden Cleaveland

 

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Camden Cleaveland    
Born: 08 Apr 1778 Canterbury, Windham, CT

 

   
Married: 25 May 1800 Canterbury, Windham, CT

 

   
Died: 13 Mar 1826 Liberty, OH    
     

FATHER

Aaron Cleaveland

MOTHER

Thankful Paine

WIFE

Elizabeth Adams
b. 23 Dec 1780 Canterbury, Windham, CT

CHILDREN

1. Eliza Cleaveland b. 16 Aug 1802

2. Camden Augustus Cleaveland b. 04 Dec 1803

3. Eliza Payne Cleaveland b. 29 Aug 1806

4. Thankful Almira Cleaveland b. 25 Jun 1809

5. Mason Adams Cleaveland b. 03 Mar 1812

6. Charlotte Ursula Cleaveland b. 11 Nov 1820

7. Harriet Maria Cleaveland b. 23 Nov 1823

Judge Camden Cleaveland was judge of the first court ever held in the Western Reserve, Ohio. Removed, 1800, to Trumbull co., Ohio; an early settler of Poland, Mahoning, Ohio, lived there 1803. He and his brother Paine owned and run a grist mill at Liberty. Removed to Youngstown 1814.