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Ann (Harlan) Cloud (abt. 1729 - bef. 1786)

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Ann Cloud formerly Harlan
Born about in Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvaniamap
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Wife of — married in Friends Meeting Old Kennet, Pennsylvaniamap
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Daughter of Thomas Harlan and Mary Carter [1] Ann married Mordecai Cloud, son of Jeremiah Cloud and Ann Bailey, in the Friends Meeting house in Old Kennet 19 September 1753. Mordecai was a miller and the two had at least 4 children,

William b 1754
Benjamin b 1757
Ann b 1775, m Evan Peters in 1798

She died some time before her husband who had a later wife Agness Morrison (m about 1786) and he was burried in 1801.[2]

Ann was a Friend (Quaker) attended the Old Kennet Meeting, Pennsylvania


  2. History and genealogy of the Harlan family, and particularly of the descendants of George and Michael Harlan, who settled in Chester County, Pa., 1687 by Harlan, Alpheus H. (Alpheus Hibben), b. 1848. Published 1914] Publisher Baltimore, The Lord Baltimore press; Pages 23, 53, 54, 317
  • Jordan, John Woolf, and Hadden, James (editors). 1912. "Genealogical and personal history of Fayette county Pennsylvania", Volume 3. Lewis Publishing Company. (pg 642)

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