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Wheelock MP (deceased)

This Daniel Wheelock, of Uxbridge was presumed to be the son of Daniel Wheelock (1707-1793) and Deborah Darling , of Uxbridge, MA, and Glocester, RI. However, this relationship was rendered implausible...

Benjamin Wheelock MP (1640 - 1716)

Notes for Benjamin Wheelock: Benjamin Wheelock, b. 8 Jan 1639/40 in Dedham, Massachusetts, was probably the first Wheelock born in the American colonies. The Dedham Vital Records record the birth d...

Betsy Mead (Wheelock) MP (c.1800 - 1858)

Not to be confused with the Betsey Mead (1800-1858) buried in the West Line Union Cemetery in Ballston Center, Saratoga County, New York, who was in fact the wife of Justus Mead, rather than Hiram Mead...

Daniel Wheelock MP (1744 - 1781)

Reverend Eleazar Wheelock MP (1711 - 1779)

Reverend Eleazar Wheelock (1711 - 1779) , Congregational minister, orator, educator, and founder of Dartmouth College, the only surviving male child of of Deacon Ralph Wheelock and Ruth Huntington, was...

Elizabeth Rice (Wheelock) MP (1769 - 1860)

Elizabeth Wheelock (Bullen) MP (1646 - 1703)

Elizabeth Smith (Wheelock) MP (1679 - 1703)

Notes for Elizabeth Wheelock: Elisha Smith sold his Medfield holdings in 1701 and probably moved with his wife to Lancaster, MA. (Src: "History of the Town of Medfield, Massachusetts, 1650-1886", by ...

Ella Wheelock MP (1864 - d.)

Experience Warren (Wheelock) MP (1648 - 1710)

Gershom T. Wheelock MP (c.1634 - 1684)

Gershom Wheelock's house was burned to the ground by the Indians in 1674.

Henry Francis Wheelock MP (1837 - 1916)

Huldah Wheelock (Rice) MP (1701 - 1741)

Huldah Rice (Edmund, Samuel, Edmund), daughter of Edmund Rice and Ruth Parker lived in that part of Marlborough which later became Westborough. On 8 Aug 1704 the Indians killed her brother Nahor during...

Huldah Newton (Wheelock) MP (1741 - 1798)

Huldah Wheelock was born July 20, 1721 to Samuel Wheelock and Huldah Rice at Shrewsbury, Massachusetts and died June 13, 1788 at Hubbardston, Massachusetts. Huldah Wheelock and Timothy Newton married...

Jean Swift (Wheelock) MP (1506 - 1534)

Louisa Abigail Wheelock (Rice) MP (1815 - d.)

Mary Bacon (Wheelock) MP (1674 - 1750)

Mary3 Wheelock (Benjamin2, Ralph1), born 11 Jun 1674, in Medfield, Norfolk, MA,[2] died 25 Mar 1750, in Wrentham, Norfolk, MA.[18] She married (1) Nathaniel Ware 12 Oct 1696, in Wrentham, Norfo...

Mary Or Nancy Miles (Wheelock) MP (1631 - 1680)

Mary Wheelock, baptised in Banham, County of Norfolk, 2 Sep 1631; Gershom Wheelock, baptised in the village of Eccles, County of Norfolk

Mehitabel Partridge (Wheelock) MP (1689 - 1761)

Mercy Wheelock (Standish) MP (b. - 1748)

Name: Mercy Standish Sex: F Birth: WFT Est 1656-1689 Death: 4 NOV 1748 in probably Salisbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut, New England Father: Josiah Standish , Lieutenant b: ABT 1633 Moth...

Olive Buffum (Wheelock) MP (1790 - 1848)

Paul Wheelock MP (1738 - c.1807)

Peregrina Wheelock MP (1636 - 1671)

Early genealogical writings for the Wheelock surname often report that Rebecca Wheelock gave birth to a daughter at sea during their 1637 voyage to the Massachusetts Bay Colony. If there is any tru...

Rev. Ralph Wheelock, America's First Public School Teacher MP (1600 - 1683)

Reverend Ralph Wheelock -- Puritan minister, America's first public school teacher, and founder of the Massachusetts towns of Dedham and Medfield -- played an active and important role in the settling ...

Rebecca Wheelock (Clark) MP (1610 - 1680)

Genealogists have variously reported that Rev. Wheelock married Rebecca Barber, Rebecca Wilkinson, and Rebecca Clark. An article by Christopher Gleason Clark, in the January 1998 issue of "The New Engl...

Samuel C Wheelock MP (1664 - 1756)

Samuel Wheelock was one of the Founders and one of the first Deacons of the Church in Shrewsbury, MA -------------------- Notes for Samuel Wheelock: Samuel Wheelock moved from Medfield to Marlborou...

Sarah Rockwood (Wheelock) MP (deceased)

Thomas Jefferson Wheelock MP (b. - 1854)

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Wheelock (1759 - 1759)

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* Wheelock (1859 - 1859)

1St wife Wheelock (deceased)

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A M Wheelock (c.1859 - 1860)

Aaron Wheelock (deceased)

Aaron Wheelock (1766 - d.)

Aaron Wheelock (1758 - 1758)

Moses was the twin of Aaron, according to the Charlton Vital Records.

Aaron WHEELOCK (1780 - d.)

Aaron Wheelock (1756 - 1758)

Abba E Wheelock (1832 - d.)

Abbie E Wheelock (Butler) (deceased)

Abel Wheelock (1777 - 1856)

Abel Wheelock (1739 - 1839)

Notes for Abel Wheelock: Abel went to Granville, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, in 1760 at the age of 21 years. He was, no doubt, one of many New England "Planters" who took advantagous of the land gra...

Abiah Albee (Wheelock) (1676 - 1717)

Abiel Albee (Wheelock) (1676 - 1717)

Abiel Wheelock (Haws) (1740 - 1765)

Notes for Abiel Haws: Abiel died at the very young age of 25. Her headstone, in the Memorial Cemetery, center of Westborough, MA, is barely readable (as of 1998), and lies next to Moses Wheelock and ...

Abigail Ellis Wheelock (Rawson) (1784 - d.)

Abigail Wheelock (McKnight) (1779 - d.)

Abigail Wheelock (1779 - d.)

Abigail Gage (Wheelock) (1781 - d.)

Abigail Wheelock (1744 - 1815)

Abigail Wheelock, bapt. 24 Jun 1744.71 "Daughters of the American Revolution", Vol 151, pg 229, DAR ID 150715, refers to Abigail Wheelock (1744-1815) m. Abijah Smith (1740-1786) who was born in Lun...

Abigail Harris (Wheelock) (1765 - 1844)

Abigail Potter (Wheelock) (c.1720 - c.1805)

Abigail Wheelock (Williams) (1723 - 1814)

Abigail WHEELOCK (1721 - 1805)

Abigail Wheelock (Fairbank) (b. - 1895)

Abigail Wheelock (Chapin) (1715 - 1800)

Abigail Wheelock (Chapin) (1721 - 1800)

Notes for Abigail Chapin: Abigail Chapin is half sister to Rachel Chapin the wife of Paul's brother, David Wheelock. She was also half cousin to the second president of the United States, John Adams. S...

Abigail Wheelock (1767 - d.)

Abigail Dresser (Wheelock) (1747 - d.)

Abigail Wheelock (Chase) (1766 - 1853)

Abigail Wheelock (1756 - d.)

Abigail Wheelock (Kinsman) (1768 - 1842)

Abigail Cooledge (Wheelock) (1698 - 1726)

Abigail Wheelock (1833 - 1834)

Abigail Ward (Wheelock) (deceased)

Abigail Eames (Wheelock) (1697 - d.)

Abigail Moulton (Wheelock) (1746 - d.)

Abigail Wheelock (1765 - 1801)

Abigail Wheelock (1729 - d.)

Abigail Ripley (Wheelock) (1751 - 1818)

Abigail Wheelock was the daughter of Reverend Doctor Eleazar Wheelock (Yale College, 1733, University of Edinburgh, 1767) and his second wife, Mary (Brinsmade) Wheelock. Her father was the founder and ...

Abigail Pomeroy (Wheelock) (1717 - 1803)

Abigail Wheelock (Barrett) (1774 - 1846)

Abigail "Nabby" Wheelock (Barrett) (1774 - 1846)

Abigal Wheelock (Chase) (deceased)

Abijah Wheelock (1742 - d.)

Abijah Wheelock (1764 - d.)

Abijah Wheelock (1764 - 1846)

Abijah Wheelock (1764 - 1835)

Abner Wheelock (1796 - 1886)

Abner Wheelock (1772 - d.)

Abner WHEELOCK (1796 - d.)

Abner Wheelock (1747 - 1831)

Abner Wheelock (1735 - 1790)

Ada M Wheelock (1858 - 1859)

Ada Wheelock (Mennie) (1857 - 1950)

Ada Rogers (Wheelock) (deceased)

Ada Susan Wheelock (1860 - 1943)

Adaline L Wheelock (1818 - 1895)

Adaline Wheelock (Croissant) (1832 - 1915)

Adam Dexter Wheelock (1823 - 1896)

Adam Wheelock (1789 - 1870)

Adams Wheelock (1763 - 1846)

Addie L Wheelock (1882 - d.)

Addie Linabury (Wheelock) (1882 - 1940)

Addie Wheelock (1868 - 1951)

Adelbert Wheelock (deceased)

Adelbert W Wheelock (1862 - 1930)