Clarissa BETTY

Family 1 : Charles Asker WHEELOCK
  1.  Harrison WHEELOCK
  2.  Hiram WHEELOCK
  3.  Mariette WHEELOCK
  4.  John WHEELOCK
  5.  Charles WHEELOCK
  6.  Laura WHEELOCK
  7.  Henriette WHEELOCK

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Albert Marshall BIGELOW

Family 1 : Mary WHEELOCK

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Azalea Vera CARMIEN

Father: Albert Earl CARMIEN
Mother: Emma Ethel WHEELOCK


                        ___________________________
                       |                           
 _Albert Earl CARMIEN _|
| (1885 - 1956) m 1907 |
|                      |___________________________
|                                                  
|
|--Azalea Vera CARMIEN 
|  (1908 - ....)
|                       _Ebenezer Thomas WHEELOCK _+
|                      | (1856 - 1891)             
|_Emma Ethel WHEELOCK _|
  (1890 - 1967) m 1907 |
                       |_Matilda Marie DURYEA _____+
                         (1854 - 1939)             

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Jim COLE

Father: Charles COLE
Mother: Isabel WHEELOCK


                       __________________________
                      |                          
 _Charles COLE _______|
| (1872 - 1950)       |
|                     |__________________________
|                                                
|
|--Jim COLE 
|  (1908 - 1958)
|                      _Josiah B. WHEELOCK ______+
|                     | (1836 - 1916)            
|_Isabel WHEELOCK ____|
  (1879 - 1956)       |
                      |_Martha Elizabeth DENNEY _
                        (1856 - 1927)            

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Letty B. DEW

Family 1 : Strickland K. WHEELOCK

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Lucy POLLARD

Family 1 : Leonard Sibley WHEELOCK
  1.  Warren P. WHEELOCK
  2.  Sarah A. WHEELOCK
  3.  Francis M. WHEELOCK
  4.  Ida Sophronia WHEELOCK
  5.  Laura P. WHEELOCK
  6.  Horace Warren WHEELOCK

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Amariah WHEELOCK

Father: Jesse WHEELOCK
Mother: Mary Tidd CUMMINGS

Family 1 : Mary C. MOORE

                       _Amariah WHEELOCK ___+
                      | (1770 - 1839) m 1793
 _Jesse WHEELOCK _____|
| (1800 - 1890) m 1824|
|                     |_Elizabeth OLDS _____
|                       (1772 - ....) m 1793
|
|--Amariah WHEELOCK 
|  (1833 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Mary Tidd CUMMINGS _|
  (1804 - 1848) m 1824|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Ebenezer WHEELOCK

Father: Eleazer WHEELOCK
Mother: Polly BENSON


                       _Ralph WHEELOCK _____+
                      | (1726 - 1822) m 1766
 _Eleazer WHEELOCK ___|
| (1767 - 1849) m 1794|
|                     |_Experience CRARY ___
|                       (1740 - 1833) m 1766
|
|--Ebenezer WHEELOCK 
|  
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Polly BENSON _______|
  (.... - 1805) m 1794|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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The 2 Feb 1825 edition of the Boston Columbian Centinel contains a marriage notice for Ebenezer H. Wheelock and Elsey Kimbal, married in Boston. (Src: ""Index of Marriages in Massachusetts Centinel and Columbian Centinel, 1784-1840", Vol 4, American Antiquarian Society, Boston, G. K. Hall Co, 1961.) Ebenezer H. Wheelock d. 2 Nov 1855, age 59, and is buried in Cambridge, MA next to his wife, Elsie K. Wheelock.

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Hortense WHEELOCK

Father: Perry WHEELOCK
Mother: Susanah BAKER


                       _Stephen WHEELOCK ___
                      | (1791 - ....)       
 _Perry WHEELOCK _____|
| (1832 - 1911)       |
|                     |_Amanda (--?--) _____
|                                           
|
|--Hortense WHEELOCK 
|  (1871 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Susanah BAKER ______|
                      |
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Josephus WHEELOCK

Father: John WHEELOCK
Mother: Dorothy WILDER

Family 1 : (--?--) (--?--)
  1. +John A. WHEELOCK
  2.  Cornelia WHEELOCK
  3.  Elizabeth WHEELOCK
  4.  Joseph L. WHEELOCK
  5.  Jay McKendrie WHEELOCK
  6.  Jerome Elonzo WHEELOCK
Family 2 : Mehitable BENTLEY

                       _John WHEELOCK ______+
                      | (1733 - 1792) m 1755
 _John WHEELOCK ______|
| (1756 - ....) m 1779|
|                     |_Mary HOLMAN ________
|                       (1722 - 1818) m 1755
|
|--Josephus WHEELOCK 
|  (1792 - 1872)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Dorothy WILDER _____|
  (1763 - 1818) m 1779|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Josephus fought in the War of 1812 for Vermont, under Capt. Silas Wright. After his death his widow, Mehitable Wheelock, filed for a pension for the service of her deceased husband, Josephus Wheelock. (Src: War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815, online at www.familysearch.org)

In the early 1800's, forced relocation of Native Americans from Alabama cleared the way for an influx of white settlers from eastern states, and statehood in 1819. Josephus probably removed to Alabama in the 1820's, participating in what has been called "Alabama Fever", driven by increased global demand for cotton.

Josephus Wheelock made multiple land purchases in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, between 1827 and 1839. (Src: Rootsweb Land Records Database, Mar 2002.)

He is enumerated in the 1840 Census living in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, with a wife, four boys, six girls, and eleven slaves.

By 1845, he is living in Tishomingo, Mississippi, a hundred miles northwest of Tuscaloosa; in a household with 4 males and 4 females according to the 1845 Mississippi State Census. His son John had made the move to Tishimingo several years earlier, where he is enumerated in the 1840 Census.

He is enumerated in the 1850 Census as J. Wheelock, age 58, carpenter, born in Massachusetts, living in Tishomingo, Mississippi with Caroline, age 26, Elizabeth, age 24, Josephus, age 18, Jay McEnzie, age 16, and Jerome, age 14, all presumed children of Josephus Wheelock. Also living in the same household is Harry Hickman, age 34. His wife is not living in the same household, and may have died prior to 1850. The 1850 Slave schedules show that Josephus Wheelock owned 5 slaves - a woman age 24, and 4 children, two of whom are mulatto, the other two black.

Josephus Wheelock, of Eastport, Mississippi, married Mrs. Mehitable Spaulding, 2 May 1854, in Jericho, VT, per Vermont VRs.

In 1860 and 1870 census, Josephus is still in Tishomingo, with his wife, Mehitable, and no others in the household. Mehitable (referenced as Mabel in the census) was born about 1802 in Vermont, per 1860 census.

Despite his status (or former status) as a slave owner, and despite the fact that his sons, Joseph and Jay served in the Confederate Army, Josephus was a southern loyalist during the civil war, with allegiance to the Union. At the end of the war, Congress created the "Southern Claims Commission", through which pro-Union Southerners could apply for reimbursement for their losses during the war. Josephus made such a claim for the amount of $12,377.16, for items taken by Union soldiers, damaged, and otherwise lost during Union occupation. Josephus died while the petition was still pending, and a John A. Wheelock attached a request to the case stating that he had been appointed administrator of Josephus' estate, and that he would continue with the petition. John, no doubt, was the son of Josephus, perhaps his oldest son. (Src: "U.S. Southern Claims Commission, Disallowed and Barred Claims, 1871-1880", online at www.ancestry.com, May 2016.)

His daughter, Cornelia (Wheelock) Gleadall, b. 1824, d. 1875, is buried in Tuscumbia, Alabama (per headstone, a picture of which was kindly supplied by Harvey Wade, Sep 2008).

He is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Iuka, Tishomingo Co, Mississippi, documented at www.FindAGrave.com, memorial number 71809786. He died 1 Jan 1872, age about 74 years.

Jane M. Wheelock and Lucinda A. Wheelock may also be children in this family. Marriage records exist for both of these in Tishomingo, 1848. Jane M. married Thomas J. Moore, and Lucinda married Branch J. Warmack.

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Lynn Marie WHEELOCK

Father: Gary Edward WHEELOCK


                         _Edward Ashley WHEELOCK _+
                        | (1919 - ....) m 1941    
 _Gary Edward WHEELOCK _|
| (1942 - ....)         |
|                       |_Barbar Alice KELTON ____+
|                         (1924 - ....) m 1941    
|
|--Lynn Marie WHEELOCK 
|  (1964 - ....)
|                        _________________________
|                       |                         
|_______________________|
                        |
                        |_________________________
                                                  

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Marion Maud WHEELOCK

Father: Henry Alphonzo WHEELOCK
Mother: Naomi Sariah PARKS

Family 1 : Alexander TUBBS
  1.  Marvin Parks TUBBS

                            _Cyrus Hubbard WHEELOCK _+
                           | (1813 - 1894) m 1835    
 _Henry Alphonzo WHEELOCK _|
| (1843 - ....)            |
|                          |_Olive PARRISH __________
|                             m 1835                 
|
|--Marion Maud WHEELOCK 
|  
|                           _________________________
|                          |                         
|_Naomi Sariah PARKS ______|
                           |
                           |_________________________
                                                     

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"Cyrus Hibbard Wheelock," Tubbs, Chris, p. 1 (copy in possession of Edwin K. Wheelock)

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