Suggest you look at Social Security Death Index records to find your grandfather. This will give you some basic information, however the information is not always 100% accurate as information is given after death. With this information you can purchase from Social Security a copy of his original application for a SS #. Also consider contacting the funeral home as they should have some basic information on him. Also make contact with the Secretary for the Masonic Lodge that conducted the funeral service as he was a Mason they will also have some basic information on him. If you know how long he lived in Cleveland and he might have been there in 1930, look in the just releases US Census records for 1930. With some part of the information in hand go to a Family History Library, part of some, but not all locations for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints (The Mormons) for their assistance. They will take you by the hand and guide and direct you in your research. They will not do it for you. The only cost you will have is about $.05 for each photo copy and about $4.00 covering postage from and back to the main library in Salt Lake City, UT for each copy of microfilm that you might need to research. Good luck in your quest for your roots.