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  1. Anne Neal was born on February 4, 1806. She married Richard Falley Cleveland on September 24, 1829. They had nine children in 15 years. She died on July 19, 1882, in Holland Patent, New York, having lived a long life of 76 years.

  2. He is depicted with his hair combed to the side, upturned lapels and a black jacket. At left is, William Cleveland, Grover Cleveland's grandfather. He is depicted with a high-collared shirt and, it appears, ribbons in his hair. On lower left of Richard Falley are the letters "M N. Co." Glass frame case is not separable from the print.

  3. Grover Cleveland Timeline – Family. June 19, 1804 Richard Falley Cleveland (Father) born in Norwich, Connecticut. February 4, 1806 Ann Neal Cleveland (Mother) born in Baltimore, Maryland. September 10, 1829 Richard Falley Cleveland (Father) marries Ann Neal (Mother) in Baltimore, Maryland. July 9, 1830 Anna Neal Cleveland Hasting (Sister) born.

  4. When Mary Allen Cleveland was born on 18 November 1833, in Virginia, United States, her father, Rev. Richard Falley Cleveland, was 29 and her mother, Ann Neal, was 27. She married William Edward Hoyt on 8 December 1853, in Holland Patent, Trenton, Oneida, New York, United States. They were the parents of at least 2 sons.

  5. Cleveland’s father, the Reverend Richard Falley Cleveland, was the minister here from 1834-1841. Originally, this frame house had a two-story main section with a one-story kitchen to the east and a one-story lean-to at the rear. It was enlarged several times between 1848-1870 to meet the growing needs of the Presbyterian clergy.

  6. Richard Falley Cleveland, born 19 Jan 1804, died 1 Oct 1853. American Silversmiths. Aaron Cleveland (1744-1815) Abiah Hyde (1749-1788) William Cleveland (1770-1837)

  7. Watch on. Richard Falley Jr. January 31, 1740 to 1808 was a soldier who fought in the Battle of Bunker Hill. Falley joined the Provincial Army at age 16. He was captured by Native Americans at the surrender of Fort Edward, taken to Montreal and adopted into the tribe. He was later ransomed from the tribe for 16 gallons of rum and returned to ...