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Benjamin CLEVELAND
Ann McCAMMON
Louisa K. DOUTHITT
Margaret P. PADGET
These CLEVELANDs have a common ancestry with President Grover CLEVELAND see chart.
Husband:  Benjamin CLEVELAND / CLEAVELAND / CLEVLAND / CLEAVLAND
Birth:  16 Mar 1813, Jefferson Co., KY
Death:  7 Oct 1892, presumably in Sullivan Co., IN
Religion:  Baptist
Migration:  1838, settled in Jefferson Twp., Sullivan Co., IN
Father:  Adin CLEVELAND
Mother:  Mary CONYERS
Marriage-1:  30 Oct 1839, Sullivan Co., IN
Wife-1:  Ann McCAMMON
Birth:  1 Sep 1821, Sullivan Co., IN
Death:  20 Nov 1852, Sullivan Co., IN
Disposition:  buried Indian Prairie Cemetery
Father:  Benjamin "Ben" McCAMMON (1801-1852)
Mother:  Jane McCONNELL (1801-1864)
Marriage-2:  6 Aug 1853, Sullivan Co., IN
Wife-2:  Louisa Katherine DOUTHITT / DOUTHIT
Birth:  6 Sep 1828, IN
Death:  23 Mar 1854, Sullivan Co., IN
Father:  Ira DOUTHIT (1803-1855)
Mother:  Sarah ELLIS
Marriage-3:  5 Mar 1857, Sullivan Co., IN
Wife-3:  Margaret P. PADGET / PADGETT
Birth:  1825/6, VA
Death:  5 Dec 1888, presumably in Sullivan Co., IN
Parents:  born in MD
Children with Ann McCAMMON born in Sullivan Co., IN:
1.  Mary J. CLEVELAND, b. 1840/1
2.  William CLEVELAND, b. 1842/3
3.  John CLEVELAND, b. 1845/6
4.  Andrew J. CLEVELAND, b. 5 May 1848 
5.  Wesley CLEVELAND, b. 1850
Children with Louisa DOUTHHITT:
none
Children with Margaret PAGET born in Sullivan Co., IN:
6.  Benjamin CLEVELAND, b. 1858/9
7.  Thomas CLEVELAND, b. 1861/2
8.  George CLEVELAND, b. 1863
9.  James S. CLEVELAND, b. 1865/6
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Indiana, Maryland, Virginia

Sources:

1a.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1993.  Illinois/Indiana Marriages:  Early to 1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-228):
Cleaveland, Benjamin Mccammon, Ann 30 Oct 1839 Sullivan Co., IN

1b.  Marriage Index:  Indiana, 1851-1900 (Broderbund CD-243):
Cleveland, Benjamin Douthitt, Eliza K. 6 Aug 1853 Sullivan Co.
Cleveland, Benjamin Padgett, Margaret P. 3 Mar 1857 Sullivan Co.
These are license dates; the actually ceremony can be days/weeks later.

2.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
Benjamin CLEVELAND
Death: 07 Oct 1982
Marriage: 05 Mar 1857, Sullivan, Sullivan, Indiana
Spouse: Margaret P. PADGETT
Death: 05 Dec 1888
Source: patron submission

3.  1840 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #9-10 of 90; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1840 IN Sullivan Co. pp. 53B-54A/99-100 Ln. 25 Benjamin Cleveland 000 010 - 000 100 0100000
These data indicate:
No. & Sex Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 20-29 1810-1820 = Benjamin (b. 1813)
1 female 15-19 1820-1825
1 person employed in agriculture
On same page with Ann's father, Benjamin McCAMMON (æ 40-50).

4.  1850 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #29 of 72):  District No. 105, Haddan Twp., Sullivan Co., IN, p. 212A, 182/184, enumerated 15 Aug 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Benjamin Cleveland 37 M   Farmer 400 Ky
Ann Cleveland 26 F       Inda
Mary J  9 F       Inda
William  7 M       Inda
John  4 M       Inda
Andrew  2 M       Inda

5.  1860 Census Images (online at Genealogy.com; Image #10 of 34):  Carlisle P.O., Jefferson Twp., Sullivan Co., IN, Roll 298 (Book 1), p. 779, PN 73, 504/506, 27 Jun 1860, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Benj Cleavland 49 M   Farmer 2100 1100 Ky
Margaret P  " 34 F         Virginia
Mary        " 20 F         Ind
Wm          " 18 M   farmer     do
John        " 14 M         do
Andrew      " 13 M         do
Wesley      " 10 M         do
Benj        "  1 M         do
Mary Cleavland 73 F         Virginia
The elder Mary is Benjamin's mother, Mary (CONYER) CLEVELAND.

6.  1870 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com, Image #12 of 32):  Merom P.O., Jefferson Twp., Sullivan Co., IN, Roll 361 (Book 1), p. 204B, PN 12, 84/79, enumerated 1 Sep 1870, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Cleaveland Benjamin 57 M W Farmer 5600 2635 Kentucky
__________ Margaret 44 F W Keeping house     Virginia
__________ Wesley 19 M W Farm hand     Indiana
__________ Benjamin 11 M W       "
__________ Thomas  8 M W       "
__________ George  7 M W       "
__________ James S  4 M W       "
Heinkle Catharine 20 F W Domestic Servant     "

7.  LDS.  Family Search: Census Records: 1880 United States (online at FamilySearch.org):
Census Place: Jefferson, Sullivan, Indiana
Source: FHL Film #1254313; NARA Film #T9-0313; Pg 576C
  Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Occupation Fa Mo
Benjamin CLEVELAND Self M M W 67 KY Farmer NY VA
Margaret P. CLEVELAND Wife F M W 54 VA Keeping House MD MD
Benjamin CLEVELAND Son M S W 20 IN Farm Laborer KY VA
Thomas CLEVELAND Son M S W 18 IN Farm Laborer KY VA
George CLEVELAND Son M S W 16 IN Farm Laborer KY VA
James S. CLEVELAND Son M S W 14 IN Farm Laborer KY VA
M. J. OWEN Other F S W 17 IN Servant Girl KY VA

8.  1890 Census:  the 1890 Census Population Schedules were destroyed.

9.  Anon.  1884.  History of Greene and Sullivan Counties, State of Indiana.  Goodspeed Bros., Chicago (online at the U.S. Biographies Project web site; transcribed by Diana Flynn).  On p. 787:
BENJAMIN CLEAVELAND, farmer, P.O. Pleasantville, [Jefferson Twp.,] was born March 16, 1813, in Jefferson County, Ky., son of Adin and Mary (Conyers) Cleaveland.  He settled in this township in 1838, when it was comparatively a wilderness, building a small log house, sixteen feet square.  He remained in this small cabin about five years, when he built another and better cabin, which some time after gave place to a hewed-log cabin with a shingle roof.  The next house he built, and the fourth one, was a frame, in which he now lives.  He was married October 30, 1839, to Ann McCammon, and five children have been born to them--Mary J., William, John, Andrew and Wesley.  His wife departed this life November 20, 1852, and in the fall of 1853 he married Louisa K. Douthitt, who also died the following fall, when he married his third wife, Margaret P. Padget, March 5, 1857, by which union there were born four children, viz.: Benjamin, Thomas, George and James S.

Mr. Cleaveland is a member of the Missionary Baptist Church, having been baptized when eighteen years of age, by Rev. John Dale.  Politically, he is a Conservative.  He has filled the position of Trustee of the township, and levied the tax to build the first brick schoolhouse in the township.  Mr. Cleaveland is a public-spirited man, being a friend to all charitable institutions.  Mrs. Cleaveland has a great many bedclothes of her own manufacture, and it is interesting to hear her tell about her first lesson in spinning.  She is a highly respected lady, and her step-children think as much of her as though she was their mother.  Mr. Cleaveland attended Sunday School at Lacey's Wood, which he says was not a Baptist, nor a Methodist school, but only a good school without being denominational.

10.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

11.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).

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