"Yes, I am very interested in joining the DAR. I will probably need help with it. :(
I have my bc, so I need to document from myself back to David Cleveland, from what I understand. I will start collecting the documents that I need."
Here is that information you were wanting. Are you ineterested in joing the DAR? Do you need any help? I can help you out if you want. just let me know allright.
Kimball, Carroll Williams
Douglas, Corinne W."
"I would like to find out if an application was made for membership, through Tracy Cleveland b. 1751 CT, by one of the following women:
Margaret Cleveland, wife of Ross Beatty or Herb Jaloen
Nance Cleveland, wife of John West
Ruth Cleveland, wife of…"
"I was told by my Mom about 20 years ago that one of her Grandmother's sisters joined the DAR using one of our cleveland ancestors. She no longer remembers the name of the Aunt who joined. I know the names of the husbands that they married, and…"
"This may seem like a really stupid question, but . . . I have at least 2 ancestor's that fought in the Revolutionary War. Do I need to document my whole line back to those gentleman, or do I just need to document it to the most recent DAR…"
"I am looking for information about Asa Geer, b. 11 Aug 1737 d. 1781. He married Rebecca Martin 13 Nov 1764. He was originally in the Connecticut militia, then in the 11th company. I am descended through:
Asa Geer 1737-1781
Asa Geer 1762-1836
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"In 1999, my son and I had gone to the cemetery to see where my Great Grandfather was buried. We had stopped at the Mortuary (it was a very small town!) and found out where the cemetery was and where his grave site was. We looked over the whole…"