I list Cleveland under Georgia meteorites because that is most likely where it was actually found.
According to Buchwald's Handbook of Iron Meteorites, a "mass, of 254 pounds, had been found half a
mile from [the Dalton, Georgia, meteorite] about the year 1862; it was sent to Cleveland and
described by Genth under the name 'Cleveland' (1886)." and "The meager information regarding the
circumstances of finding strongly indicate that the Cleveland mass was found only half a mile from
the 117 pound Dalton mass which Shepard described. Shepard quoted a letter from his informer, 'A
large mass of iron supposed to be a meteorite was found half a mile from this one (Dalton), about
the year 1862. It was sent to Cleveland, Tenn., where it appears to have been lost sight of.' The
coordinates for Cleveland are thus the same as for Dalton (Shepard mass)." It is extremely likely
that Cleveland is, in fact, actually a Georgia meteorite.