Catalog Record: Cleland cousins; a genealogy and biographical album of Cleland and the allied families of Baker, Blair, Collins, Fisher, Gowdey, Haylett, Hume, Moody, Oliver, Richards, Ross, Wells, etc. Being the story of Samuel and Jane (Martin) Cleland and their descendants in America, with the lineage of Samuel Cleland through 200 years in County Down, Ireland, and a review of his ancestors of Lanarkshire, Scotland, to the 13th century | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Cleland cousins; a genealogy and biographical album of Cleland and the allied families of Baker, Blair, Collins, Fisher, Gowdey, Haylett, Hume, Moody, Oliver, Richards, Ross, Wells, etc. Being the story of Samuel and Jane (Martin) Cleland and their descendants in America, with the lineage of Samuel Cleland through 200 years in County Down, Ireland, and a review of his ancestors of Lanarkshire, Scotland, to the 13th century. Compiled by Glenn and Rebekah (Deal) Oliver.

Main Author: Oliver, Glenn William, 1895-
Other Authors: Oliver, Rebekah Deal, 1901-
Language(s): English
Published: Dallas, Lithography by Lamb=Wilkerson, 1962.
Subjects: Baker family.
Cleland family.
Physical Description: 143 p. illus., ports., map, col. coats of arms. 29 cm.
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