Spouse: Nancy Wheelock
Marriage: 17 Jan 1807, Uxbridge, Worcester, MA
Caleb lived in Mendon, MA.HOME INDEX
Birth: 2 Feb 1717/18, Oxford, Worcester Co, MA
Spouse: Samuel Wheelock
Marriage: 16 Feb 1737/38, Mendon, Worcester, MA
Hannah was the daughter of Phillip Amidown and Ithamar Warfield.HOME INDEX
Spouse: Eliza E. Bellows
Marriage: DATE UNKNOWN
Birth: 27 Apr 1888, Munro Township, Cheboygan County, MI
Father: Frederich Augustus Heilman
Mother: Ettie Elizabeth Wheelock
Spouse: Orvis Porter
Marriage: DATE UNKNOWN
Spouse: Arthur Buck Wheelock
Marriage: 21 Oct 1869, Hudson, SD
Cynthia Mundy was the daughter of James Martin Mundy.
(Source: "History of Dakota Territory", George W. Kingsbury, Volume IV, pages 76-79, published 1915.)HOME INDEX
Spouse: Abigail Wheelock
Marriage: 14 Oct 1745, Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA
Daniel Potter was from Brookfield, Mass.HOME INDEX
Birth: about 1808, Montpelier, VT
Death: 25 Dec 1898, Lancaster, NH
Burial: Wilder Cemetery, Lancaster, Coos Co, NH
Father: Jera Wheelock
Mother: Abby Nealy
Spouse: Catharine Watson
Marriage: 18 Jan 1832, Williamstown, VT
Alonzo's death record identifies his parents as (--?--) Wheelock, and Abigail Neeley, born in Montpelier, widowed at the time of his death.HOME INDEX
Birth: about 1851, Pompey, Onondaga Co, NY
Death: Manlius, Onondaga Co, NY
Burial: 25 Oct 1912, Manlius Village Cemetery, Manlius, NY
Father: Luther James Wheelock
Mother: Mary E. Slafter
Anna died at the age of 63, unmarried, at the home of her brother. (Source: "Wheelock Genealogy", by Carlyle Capron Wheelock and Winifred (Thomson) Gonseth, 1955; original source Avery G. Wheelock, 4 Sep 1912.)
The will of Anna M. Wheelock, on file at the courthouse in Syracuse, Volume 61, pgs. 176, 177, approved 6 Dec 1912, indicates that she resided in the Village of Manlius. She named her brother, Avery G. Wheelock as the executor, left money for the erection of a headstone, and left money and belongings to Dollie A. Fitch of Rochester, NY; Ellen M. Bullock of Manlius, NY; Dora B. Wheelock of Manlius NY; Avergy G. Wheelock of Manlius, NY; and Alma E. White of Watervale, NY.
The will was executed by Avery G. Wheelock and acknowledged by Dora B. Wheelock, Dollie A. Fitch, Alma E. White, and Anna C. Carley, the surviving heirs and next of kin.
(Source: Will of Anna M. Wheelock transcribed and kindly provided by Tom Stuhler, Feb 2002.)HOME INDEX
Birth: 12 Dec 1678, Medfield, Norfolk, MA
Death: 13 Sep 1746, Mendon, Worcester, MA
Father: Benjamin Wheelock
Mother: Elizabeth Bullen
Spouse: Huldah Thayer
Marriage: 9 Dec 1700, Mendon, Worcester, MA
Spouse: Rebecca Nurse
Marriage: 21 Aug 1740, Sutton, Worcester, MA
Benjamin Wheelock, third generation Wheelock in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, was born in Medfield, Massachusetts, 12 Dec 1678; the first male child of Benjamin Wheelock, Sr. and Elizabeth (Bullen) Wheelock. His grandparents, Rev. Ralph Wheelock, Rebecca (Clarke) Wheelock, Samuel Bullen, and Mary (Morse) Bullen were all early settlers of both Dedham and Medfield. 
Benjamin, Sr. was a proprieter of the town of Mendon, and moved there with his family circa 1685, thus becoming one of the founding settlers of the town. Benjamin, Jr. was but six or seven years old at the time. Benjamin, Sr. was a large landholder in Mendon, and was the third owner of the Albee Cornmill. In 1713, when Benjamin, Jr. was 25 years of age, his father deeded mill priveledges to he and his brother, Obadiah.  Thus Benjamin became established as a miller and a farmer in Mendon, where he lived out the rest of his life.
Benjamin married twice; first to Hulda Thayer, whose grandfather, Ferdinando Thayer was the principle founder of Mendon , and second to Rebecca Kinney. Having married Rebecca fairly late in life, all of Benjamin's children were born to his first wife, Hulda.
In 1722/3, Benjamin acquired a parcell of land near Oxford, Mass, which he deeded to his sons Jonathan, David, and Paul between the years1735 and 1740. This land was later annexed to Charlton (in 1757), where the three brothers played principle roles as early settlers and leaders of town affairs. 
On 13 Sep 1746 Benjamin died in Mendon, leaving his wife, Rebecca, and eight children. His will is on file with the Worcester Probate Office, case number 63618. In it, he leaves bequests to his wife Rebecca (to sustain her for the rest of her life, or until she remarries); land to his sons Benjamin, Daniel, Silas, and Peter; money to his sons Jonathan, David, and Paul; money and miscellaneous domestic items to his grandchildren Peter Thayer, Mary Thayer, and Abigail Thayer (the children of his deceased daughter Mary Wheelock); money to his daughter Hulda (Wheelock) (Sanford) Rice; money and other items to his grandchildren Seth and Mary Sanford (children of Hulda).
(Written by Roderick B. Sullivan, Northborough, MA, May 1998)
 "History of the Town of Medfield, Massachusetts, 1650 to 1886", William S. Tilden, published 1887 by George H. Ellis, Boston.
 "The Wheelock Family in America", Walter T. Wheelock, privately published.
 A historical plaque in the center of Mendon lists the founders of Mendon. Ferdinando Thayer appears first on this list. Benjamin Wheelock, Sr. also appears further down on the list.
 March 1997 phone interview with William Hultgren, member of the Charlton Historical Society, specializing in the history of the Charlton Northside. Also, Worcester County Deeds, Benjamin Wheelock to son Paul, book 16, pg 360, recorded 1742.HOME INDEX
Birth: 15 Aug 1922
Father: Hector Calvin Wheelock
Mother: Hattie Burkett Wallace
Spouse: Dorothy PerryHOME INDEX
Birth: 10 Apr 1854, Williamstown, Berkshire Co, MA
Father: Simon Wheelock
Mother: Rebecca Kittredge
Father: Frederick A. Wheelock
Mother: Nora Sophia Spoor
Birth: 29 Feb 1796, Upton, Worcester, MA
Death: 3 Aug 1868
Burial: Dodge Cemetery, Sutton, Worcester Co, MA
Father: Obadiah Wheelock
Mother: Lucretia Fisher
Spouse: Horatio Slocomb
Marriage: 21 Nov 1820, Sutton, Worcester, MA
Maria Roxanna Slocumb, daughter of Horation and Roxellana (Wheelock) Slocumb, married William Terry, son of Daniel and Mary Pease (Parsons) Terry.
(Source: "A National Register of the Society Sons of the American Revolution", A. Howard Clark, published 1902, NY, Louis H. Cornish)
The Family History Library has the following title: "Ancestral register of Maria Roxanna Slocumb, born October 25, 1824 in Sutton Mass. : wife of William Terry, M.D.".HOME INDEX