Downloadable Wheelock Documents

Most of the PDF genealogies below were created by Ancestral Author from a GEDCOM file. Please note that these are copyrighted documents. Feel free to download these for your own use, but if you'd like to post them on the internet, distribute them, or publish in some other way - ask permission. In most cases, it will be gladly given.

  • Descendants of Rev. Ralph Wheelock , by Roderick B. Sullivan, Jr., January 2017.

    PDF format, with illustrations, notes, index, and source references. Shows 6 or 7 generations of the Wheelock family in the United States starting with Rev. Ralph Wheelock.

  • The Wheelock Family in Nova Scotia , compiled by Rev. Edward Manning Banks Wheelock, 1987.

    PDF format. This book shows 4 or 5 generations of the Wheelocks of Nova Scotia, with a detailed and well researched history of the family. The book has kindly been made available for download here by his son, Dr. John Manning Wheelock.

  • The Wheelock Family of Charlton, MA , by Roderick B. Sullivan, Jr., January 2017.

    PDF format, with illustrations, notes, index, and source references. Gives a history of the Charlton, Massachusetts Wheelock family, and shows the descendants of Paul Wheelock, David Wheelock, and Jonathan Wheelock, of Charlton, MA.

  • The Wheelock Family of Eden, VT , by Roderick B. Sullivan, Jr., January 2017.

    PDF format, with illustrations, notes, index, and source references. Gives a history of the Wheelock families of Eden, VT, and shows the descendants of Martin, Walter, Daniel, and Samuel Wheelock, founders of the Eden Wheelocks.

  • Was Hugh de Whelock a French Norman? , by Kevin R. Wheelock, Prince William County, VA, Feb 12, 2011.

    PDF format. This essay puts forth the thesis that Hugh de Whelock was a French Norman. Hugh de Whelock was the earliest known bearer of the Wheelock surname. He lived in England during the 12th century, and is presumed to be the earliest ancestor of Rev. Ralph Wheelock. If Hugh was a French Norman, then all of us with Wheelock ancestry have Norman blood.

    Kevin updated his thesis with an addendum, which can be downloaded here.

  • Medfield Historical Society Wheelock Genealogy Talk , presented by Rick Sullivan, Oct 3rd, 2016.

    The link points to the Youtube video. A PDF version of the PowerPoint slide deck can be found here, and a transcript of the talk can be found on the blog.

If you would like a customized genealogy of your own Wheelock line in PDF format, send an email to rbsullivanjr@gmail.com, and I'll be happy to accomodate. You'll have identify your Wheelock ancestry as far back as you can. From there, I can construct a PDF file.