• Drawing and Explanation of the Cleveland Family Coat of Arms

      Cleveland, J.B. (1881)
      Drawing and explanation of the Cleveland Family coat of arms. Pro Deo et Patria means For God and Country. The name is Saxon in origin and in 1403 the “de” was dropped from the name. The drawing and text are said to be from Cleveland Genealogy by J.B. Cleveland, 1881. It can also be found in An Account of the Lineage of General Moses Cleaveland (founder of the city of Cleveland, Ohio) of Canterbury, compiled by H.G. Cleveland, n.d.
    • Drawing of Dr. Cleavland's Quarters at Camp Parole

      1865-05-20
      Drawing of Dr. Cleaveland’s quarters at the Camp Parole Hospital by Robert F. Roche. This picture is slightly stained, but this does not affect the image, May 20, 1865.
    • Family Record of the Clement Family

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      Family Record of the Clement Family (1 printed page) listing Clement family members born from 1750 – 1808, n.d.
    • Family Record of the Clement Family (on fabric)

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      Family Record of the Clement Family (1 printed page) exactly as above, but printed on fabric, n.d.
    • Special Orders No. 18 of the Office U.S. Army Hospital, Camp Parole

      1865-03-14
      Special Orders No. 18 of the Office U.S. Army Hospital, Camp Parole, near Annapolis, MD., March 14, 1865 to W.K. Cleveland assigning him to duty as pathologist and consulting surgeon for the hospital. This is signed by W. Stewart, Surgeon U.S. Vol’s, in charge, March 14, 1865.
    • Valentine Card

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      Valentine card (unsigned) in an envelope addressed to William K. Cleavland, n.d.