Cleveland Family Chronicles Research Society (CFCRS) is a not-for-profit genealogical society for those researching the Cleveland/Cleaveland family ~ or any other of its spelling variations.
When you have browsed the information shared here and checked into Cleveland Family Forum, please consider joining the society, too.
Our newsletters are published quarterly ~ in March, June, September, and December. All submissions, additions, and corrections are welcome. Deadlines are the first of each month before the scheduled newsletter month.
We now offer the newsletter in both *hardcopy* and PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format! For a complimentary hardcopy of the newsletter, send your request and your *snail mail* address to me at vikki4cfc(at)yahoo.com. [(at) = @ ~ I'm trying to foil the spambots! :)]
To view a PDF sample of the newsletter, click here: Sample PDF Newsletter.
You need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view any PDF document. If the reader is not already on your computer, you can download one *free* at the Adobe Acrobat Web site.
Membership fees for hardcopy newsletters are $20/year in the United States, $25/year outside the United States. For PDF newsletters, membership fees are $15/year no matter where you are! All you need is an e-mail account so that I can send the newsletter to you as a file attachment.
You can e-mail me at vikki4cfc(at)yahoo.com for further information or download a subscription form here for your printer: Subscription Form.
Please bookmark *Cleveland Family Chronicles* and stop by often to visit Cleveland Family Forum. We hope you will consider this site as a cyber family reunion for all Cleveland/Cleaveland families!
Are you just beginning your search for your Cleveland roots?
Have you ever looked at a very old photograph and wondered just who was that person who looked exactly like you?
Hey, is that rumor about Uncle Chuck *really* true???
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