Rev. Aaron Cleveland

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Aaron Cleveland

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Birthplace: East Haddam, New London County, Connecticut Colony
Death: Died in New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States
Place of Burial: Norwich, New London County, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Rev. Aaron Cleveland and Susannah S. Cleveland
Husband of Abiah Cleveland and Elizabeth Cleveland
Father of William Cleveland; George Cleveland; Charles Cleveland; Francis Cleveland; Sarah Dodge (Cleveland) and 5 others
Brother of Susanna Cleveland; Dorcas Cleveland; William Cleveland; Stephen Cleveland; George Cleveland and 4 others

Managed by: Alice Zoe Marie Knapp
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About Rev. Aaron Cleveland

A Patriot of the American Revolution for CONNECTICUT with the rank of Captain. DAR Ancestor #: A023053

Rev. Aaron Cleveland of Norwich, son of the preceding, was born at Haddam, CT Feb 3, 1744. His father dying when he was only thirteen years of age, the plan for giving him an education at college was defeated; and he was put by his friends in Connecticut to learn the hatter's trade, and followed that business many years. In 1779 he was a member of the Legislature of Connecticut; was ordained soon after to the Congregational ministry; and continued to perform his clerical functions in various places till his death. He was for some time resident in Norwich, Weathersfield and West Hartford; but never had a settlement in any congregation. He performed missionary service in Hartford County and vicinity and preached frequently as a supply in almost all its towns; and long afterwards was spoken of with profound respect by those who had heard him. And his wit, too, and agreeableness in company became proverbial. He published in 1775 a "Poem against Slavery;" and two sermons against War, preached just after the news of the battle of Waterloo, 1815. In the "Poets of Connecticut," were published in 1844 two poems of his "which show what he might have been with better advantages." He died of dysentery in New Haven Sept 21, 1815 at the house of a relative, Mrs. Porter; and lies buried in New Haven. (Allen's Biography; Letters of Prof. C. C. Cleveland 1846; and of Rev. A. Cleveland Coxe, 1847.) From History of Woburn

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Rev. Aaron Cleveland's Timeline

1744
February 3, 1744
East Haddam, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1769
January 9, 1769
Age 24
Norwich, New London Co., CT
1770
December 20, 1770
Age 26
Norwich, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1772
June 21, 1772
Age 28
Norwich, New London Co., Connecticut
1774
March 9, 1774
Age 30
1780
November 7, 1780
Age 36
Norwich, New London County, Connecticut, United States
1782
September 24, 1782
Age 38
Norwich, New London, Connecticut
1784
September 26, 1784
Age 40
Norwich, New London Co., Connecticut
1787
June 17, 1787
Age 43
Norwich, New London County, Connecticut, United States