Biography of C. A. Cleveland
Madison County, NY Biographies





Cleveland, C. A., p. o. Morrisville. - Dr. William Pitt Cleveland, who is recalled as one of the early and prominent physicians of Morrisville, was educated at Philadelphia and came to Madison county about 1807. He lived at the county seat until his death, just previous to 1850. He married in 1808 Polly Lumbard, a daughter of Thomas Lumbard, the latter one of the pioneers who came to Eaton in 1803. Dr. Cleveland's children were Mary, who married William H. Chambers; Thomas L., and Sarah, the latter the wife of Harry Bicknell. Thomas L. Cleveland was a merchant at Eaton for a few years and then located at the county seat, where he was in business about thirty five years. His wife was Susan Palmer, by whom he had four children: Mary L., William Pitt, Charles A., and Susie. Charles A. Cleveland has been one of the successful farmers of the town several years, but is best known as jailer in Morrisville, in which capacity he has served six years. He was constable of the town three years and in whatever position a trusted competent official. In 1880 he married Mary Wagner of Georgetown; they have three children.

FROM:
Our County and it's people
A Descriptive and Biographical Record of
Madison County, New York
Edited by: John E. Smith
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1890


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