Richard Falley Cleveland (June 19, 1804 – October 1, 1853) was an American Congregationalist and Presbyterian minister. A graduate of Yale College and Princeton Theological Seminary, he spent most of his life as a pastor, outside of a brief period as a district secretary for the American Home Missionary Society.
- Congregational/Presbyterian minister
- June 19, 1804, Norwich, Connecticut, U.S.
28 de abr. de 2022 · Richard Falley Cleveland was an American Congregational and Presbyterian minister. A graduate of Yale College and Princeton Theological Seminary, he spent most of his life as a parish priest, outside of a brief period as a district secretary for the American Home Missionary Society.
- Norwich, Connecticut
- Anne Cleveland
- June 19, 1804
Richard Folsom Cleveland (October 28, 1897 – January 10, 1974) was an American lawyer and civic leader who spent his career with the law firm of Semmes, Bowen & Semmes. He was the son of President Grover Cleveland. Whittaker Chambers considered him critical to the successful outcome of the Hiss Case.
Father of United States President Grover Cleveland, Reverend Richard Falley Cleveland, was a Presbyterian minister. His wife, Ann Neal Cleveland, was the daughter of a Baltimore publisher. Their son, Grover, was the fifth of nine children and the second of three sons. Rev. Cleveland was a well educated man, graduating...
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- Ann Neal
Por parte de su padre, Cleveland descendía de antepasados ingleses,  el primero de la familia emigró a Massachusetts desde Cleveland, Inglaterra, en 1635.  El abuelo materno de su padre, Richard Falley Jr. luchó en la batalla de Bunker Hill y era hijo de un inmigrante de Guernsey.