Catherine _____

Family 1 : John WHEELOCK
  1.  Elizabeth WHEELOCK
  2.  Harriet WHEELOCK
  3.  Everett WHEELOCK

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Caroline JACK

Family 1 : Leonard Joseph WHEELOCK
  1.  Albert N. WHEELOCK
  2.  Mary E. WHEELOCK
  3.  Roselia L WHEELOCK
  4.  Francis G. WHEELOCK

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Tony LAUTNER

Family 1 : Agusta SCHEIDEL

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Mary MARSH

Family 1 : Timothy WHEELOCK
  1.  Lucretia WHEELOCK
  2.  Harriet L. WHEELOCK
  3. +Timothy Erastus WHEELOCK
  4.  Harriet WHEELOCK
  5.  Warren O. WHEELOCK
  6.  Ellen Maria WHEELOCK

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Mary McClellan Marsh was the daughter of Warren Marsh and Mary McClellan. (Source: FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, CD #11, submitted by Alice Colby VOLKERT, of 368 Seville Lane, Costa Mesa, CA)

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Albert Thomson WHEELOCK

Father: Abner WHEELOCK
Mother: Mary CONVERSE


                       _Benjamin WHEELOCK __+
                      | (1745 - 1814) m 1768
 _Abner WHEELOCK _____|
| (1779 - 1843) m 1804|
|                     |_Elizabeth THOMPSON _
|                       (1750 - 1812) m 1768
|
|--Albert Thomson WHEELOCK 
|  (1819 - 1843)
|                      _Daniel CONVERSE ____+
|                     | (1751 - 1814) m 1778
|_Mary CONVERSE ______|
  (1781 - 1874) m 1804|
                      |_Mary WHEELOCK ______+
                        (.... - 1808) m 1778

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Albert drowned in West Rutland when a powerful horse that he had ridden into the pond rolled over. The accident occurred in the sight of several men who were too frightened to save him. (Src: "Genealogy of The Converse Family and Allied Families", by Charles Allen Converse, 1905, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~converse/index.html.) He was single when he died. (Src: "Massachusetts Deaths, 1844: Volume 8, Barnstable to Hampshire; Volume 9, Middlesex to Worcester", compiled by Beth Philips, database online at ancestry.com, Dec 2001.)

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Luther James WHEELOCK

Father: Gershom Blashfield WHEELOCK
Mother: Electa JONES

Family 1 : Mary E. SLAFTER
  1. +Ralph Rudolphus WHEELOCK
  2.  Anna M. WHEELOCK
  3.  Dolly WHEELOCK
  4.  Ellen M. WHEELOCK
  5. +Alma Eliza WHEELOCK
  6.  Dora B. WHEELOCK
  7. +Avery Gershom WHEELOCK

                                _Ralph WHEELOCK _____+
                               | (1758 - 1847) m 1784
 _Gershom Blashfield WHEELOCK _|
| (1786 - 1871) m 1807         |
|                              |_Abigail BLASHFIELD _+
|                                (1762 - 1819) m 1784
|
|--Luther James WHEELOCK 
|  (1808 - 1879)
|                               _____________________
|                              |                     
|_Electa JONES ________________|
  (1790 - 1879) m 1807         |
                               |_____________________
                                                     

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Maria Isabella WHEELOCK

Father: Jerry WHEELOCK
Mother: Sukey DAY


                       _Simeon WHEELOCK ____+
                      | (1741 - 1787) m 1763
 _Jerry WHEELOCK _____|
| (1784 - 1861) m 1811|
|                     |_Deborah THAYER _____
|                       (1741 - 1815) m 1763
|
|--Maria Isabella WHEELOCK 
|  (1824 - 1897)
|                      _Daniel DAY _________
|                     | (.... - 1848) m 1787
|_Sukey DAY __________|
  (.... - 1875) m 1811|
                      |_Sylvia WHEELOCK ____+
                        (1764 - 1842) m 1787

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Rhoda WHEELOCK

Father: Silas WHEELOCK
Mother: Hannah ALBEE

Family 1 : Nehemiah NELSON

                       _Benjamin WHEELOCK __+
                      | (1678 - 1746) m 1700
 _Silas WHEELOCK _____|
| (1717 - 1793) m 1740|
|                     |_Huldah THAYER ______+
|                       (1682 - 1739) m 1700
|
|--Rhoda WHEELOCK 
|  (1761 - ....)
|                      _John ALBEE _________
|                     |  m 1705             
|_Hannah ALBEE _______|
  (1718 - 1803) m 1740|
                      |_Deborah THAYER _____
                         m 1705             

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Silas Mandeville WHEELOCK

Father: Jerry WHEELOCK
Mother: Sukey DAY

Family 1 : Irene TAFT
  1.  Ellen Maria WHEELOCK
  2. +Eugene Augustus WHEELOCK
  3.  Alice Augusta WHEELOCK
  4. +Arthur WHEELOCK
  5.  Henry WHEELOCK

                       _Simeon WHEELOCK ____+
                      | (1741 - 1787) m 1763
 _Jerry WHEELOCK _____|
| (1784 - 1861) m 1811|
|                     |_Deborah THAYER _____
|                       (1741 - 1815) m 1763
|
|--Silas Mandeville WHEELOCK 
|  (1818 - 1901)
|                      _Daniel DAY _________
|                     | (.... - 1848) m 1787
|_Sukey DAY __________|
  (.... - 1875) m 1811|
                      |_Sylvia WHEELOCK ____+
                        (1764 - 1842) m 1787

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Silas M. Wheelock began work at the age of 9, earning 14 cents daily. From that age until his retirement sixty years later, he was almost constantly engaged in some form of work connected with the manufacture of woolens. When his father retired in 1846, he formed the firm C.A. & S.M. Wheelock, with his brother Charles, and his father. The firm manufactured satinets, plaid linseys, and tweeds. The business prospered. In 1870, Silas M. Wheelock bought the plant of the Harris Woolen Company at Putnam, CT, of which he became treasurer and manager. In 1883 he bought the Central Mill in Uxbridge, MA, and formed the Calumet Woolen Company to operate that extensive plant. In 1886 that company bought the Uxbridge Woolen factory (later called the Hecla Mill), which was operated in connection with the Calumet Mill until 1905. From 1846 until 1891, Mr. Wheelock was owner of Waucantuck Mills, as the plant of the C.A. & S.M. Wheelock Company was called. For forty three years (1858-1901) he was a director of the Blackstone National Bank. He represented the Second Worcester Senatorial District in the Massachusetts Legislature, 1888 and 1889. He was a delegate to the 1900 Republican National Convention, nominating WIlliam McKinley for the Presidency; and served Uxbridge as a selectman for three years.

(Source "History of Worcester County, Massachusetts", editted by Ellery Bicknell Crane, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, NY and Chicago, 1924.)

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