Many descendants remained in the Berks and Chester counties area.
- Daughter Mary Clevenstine married Amos Beard and settled in Geigertown, Berks County.
- Son Henry Clevenstine served in the War of 1812 as a Sergeant in Captain Robert Wilson's Company of Infantry, Third Regiment, Company C, Pennsylvania Militia. He may have sustained severe injuries, as he died prior to 1817, leaving four children under the age of fourteen in Brandywine Township.
- Son John Clevenstine became a farmer, blacksmith, and wheelwright, living in East Pikeland Township, Chester County in 1850.
- Son Christian Clevenstine married Mary Williams and named several of his sons after US presidents. Christian resided in Hublersburg, Walker Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania. Christian died in 1869. Christian's son Harrison Clevenstine and wife Lettice Williams eventually settled in Stephenson County, Illinois, son Jackson Clevenstine and wife Sarah Riegle remained in Hublersburg, while daughter Elizabeth Clevenstine married Joseph Emrick and settled in Green County, Wisconsin.