Spouse: Larry Donald Wheelock
Marriage: 8 Dec 1975
Spouse: Sarah Wheelock
Marriage: 14 Mar 1858
Spouse: Victor Walter Wheelock
Marriage: 18 May 1982
Spouse: Annie Clinton Wheelock
Marriage: 17 Feb 1887
Birth: 12 Jun 1842
Father: Moses Wetherbee
Mother: Mary Wheelock
Father: Myron Wheelock
Mother: Bertha H. Robbins
Father: Esek Wheelock
Mother: Sophia Steere
Daniel Wheelock was enumerated in the 1820 Census living in Northmoreland, Luzerne Co, PA. He was between 16 and 25 years of age. Also in the household is a boy, between 10 and 15, a girl under 10, and a woman between 16 and 25.
He was enumerated in Falls, Luzerne Co, PA in 1830, age between 20 and 29. One young boy, and three young girls were also enumerated in the household. In addition, a woman bewtween 30 and 39, and a woman between 50 and 59 were listed in the same household.
Daniel was not found in any further census records.
Descendants of Virgil Lawrence Wheelock, born 1833 in PA (per 1850 Census), report that Virgil's father died when he was a teenager, and that according to family lore he was "farmed out" to the Joseph Culver family in Luzerne Co, PA. The family later moved to ILL. Though the identity of Virgil's father is not known for certain, some family members think that his father was Daniel Wheelock.
Virgil Wheelock is buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co, Kansas.
Research Notes for Daniel Wheelock:
Joseph Culver was enumerated in the 1830 census living in Exter, Luzerne Co, PA, aged 20-29, with a woman aged 30-39.
In 1840 there was a Jos Cutress/Culver living in Edgar, Illinois, aged 30 - 39, with a woman, aged 40 - 49. There were no others in the household, meaning that Virgil Wheelock was not living with the family in 1840.
But in 1850, Joseph Culver was living in District 19, Edgar, Illinois, age 43, with Theodosia Culver, 58, and Virgil Wheelock, age 17. The ages of Joseph and Theodosia are consistent with the Joseph Culver and the unnamed woman living in Exeter, PA, in 1830, and in Edgar, Illinois in 1840. The only Joseph Culver living in Pennsylvania in 1840 (per census) was living in North Middleton, Cumberland, PA. There are multiple adult males in the household, three males 20 - 29, one male 40-49. There is one adult female, aged 30 - 39. There are two boys under 5, and five females under 20.
Joseph Culver, probably the same person, was enumerated in 1850 again in North Midleton with nine family members (total). This suggests that the Joseph Culver in North Middleton is different from the one who resided in Exeter in 1830, and in Edgar, Illinois in 1840 and 1850.
Joseph Culver married Martha Dean 10 Nov 1859 in Douglas, Illinois.1
In 1860, Joseph Culver, aged 57, b. about 1803 in Pennsylvania, was living in Young America, Edgar Co, Illinois, with Martha Culver, age 20, b. about 1840 in Kentucky.
In 1860, Virgil Wheelock was a farm hand, living in Douglas County, Illinois, in the household of Lewis Gomer, 25, and Mary Gomer, 23.
On 7 August 1860, Virgil Wheelock married Sevilla F. Gomel (Gomer?) in Douglas County, Illinois.2
In 1870, Joseph and Martha Culver were living in East Oakland, Coles Co, Illinois, with Benjamin Culver, age 66.
Joseph Culver was not found in the 1880 census.
According to family trees on FamilySearch.org, Joseph Culver married Theodosiah Schooley, who was supposedly born in 1808.
Birth: 3 Apr 1886, St. Louis, MO
Death: 14 Nov 1933, Battle Creek, MI
Father: Elias Mann Wheelock
Mother: Adelia M. Fleming
Partner: Ethel Harvey
Spouse: Lenna M. Vansickle
Marriage: 13 Aug 1908, Battle Creek, MI
Birth: 13 Apr 1773, Lancaster, Worcester, MA
Baptism: 30 May 1773, Lancaster, Worcester, MA
Death: 21 Dec 1808, Boston, Suffolk, MA
Father: Joseph Wheelock
Mother: Alice Page
Spouse: Anna Low
Marriage: 19 Oct 1794, Boston, Suffolk, MA
The marriage of Elijah Wheelock and Anna Low, 19 Oct 1794, is recorded in Boston.  There are other records of Elijah Wheelock in Boston. He was paid six pounds for ringing the Old South Church bell in 1797.  A Worcester County deed records the sale by Elijah Wheelock, of Boston, Coach Driver, to Abel Wheelock of Boston, Coach Driver, all right, etc. to the Estate of the late John Wheelock of Lancaster, Deceased, Eastside Lancaster Neck ____ lying both sides of the Nashua River.  He is listed in the Boston City Directory, 1800, "chapel sexton", living at 71 Newbury St. He and his brother Abel are listed in the 1805 Boston City Directory; Elijah as a "mariner", living at Frog Lane. The 1810 and 1820 Massachusetts Census show Abel living in Boston, but no mention of Elijah.
The 4 June 1789 edition of The Independent Chronicle and Universal Advertiser (Vol XXI, Issue 1075, Pg 3), Boston, MA contains the following announcement (found online at www.americanancestors.org, Apr 2012):
Four Pence Reward! On the 9th of March last, ran away from the subscriber, an Apprentice Lad about 16 years old, named Elijah Wheelock, has black eyes, dark hair, and is about five feet and half high, and is thick fer, wore away a blue jacket and grey overalls - I herby forbid any person harbouring him under the penalties of the law in that case; whoever will take up and return said Lad to me at Townshend, shall have said reword. John Sherwin, Townshend, April 7, 1789.
The Boston Columbian Centinel, 17 Apr 1805 edition, records the death of Elijah Wheelock, s. of Elijah Wheelock, in Boston. Though not proven, this is presumed to be the son of this Elijah.
The Boston Columbian Centinel, 24 Dec 1808 edition, gives notice of the death of Elijah Wheelock, of Boston, age 37 [sic], on 21 Dec 1808.
 "Boston Marriages from 1700 to 1809", compiled by Edward W. McGlenen, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1977.
 "Wheelock Genealogy", by Carlyle Capron Wheelock and Winifred (Thomson) Gonseth, unpublished, 1955; cites source "Rpt. Rec. Com. #27, p. 309. R.I.H.So."
 "Wheelock Genealogy", by Carlyle Capron Wheelock and Winifred (Thomson) Gonseth, unpublished, 1955. Though CCW didn't specify the deed, it is probably Worcester County, 1796, Book 127, Page 95.HOME INDEX
Birth: 4 Oct 1807, Calais, Washington Co, VT
Death: 15 Apr 1882, Seneca Falls, Seneca Co, NY
Father: Salem Wheelock
Mother: Abigail McKnight
Spouse: John Ashley
Marriage: about 1843
On 2 Dec 1831, Eleazer Hunter of Auburn sold property in Sennet, Cayuga County, New York to Abigail Wheelock and Elvira Wheelock, both of Sennet.1 Abigail's husband, Salem Wheelock, was not named on the deed. This property was passed to Salem D. Wheelock by inheritance or by purchase (this part is unclear), who then sold it to his son, Judson E. Wheelock.2 Elvira Wheelock and her husband, John Ashley, apparently also claimed title to the property, and passed it to their son, Charles H. Ashley. Shortly after his father died, Charles H. Ashley quitclaimed the property to Judson E. Wheelock on 10 Sep 1894.3 Many years later in 1955, this property became the subject of a land dispute, whose proceedings are on file in the Cayuga County clerks office in Auburn, NY.4 To resolve the dispute, the heirs of Abigail and Elvira Wheelock were located. The summary of those findings are listed below:
(1) Mary Winifred Sant was an heir of Abigail Wheelock, the only such heir identified (though others existed).
(2) Charles H. Ashley was the sole surviving heir-at-law of Elvira Wheelock, who had married a man with surname Ashley.
(3) Elvira Ashley died in 1882.
(4) A book of Wheelock Genealogy submitted by M. Winifred Sant stated that Abigail Wheelock married Salem Wheelock, but failed "to show the present whereabouts of any of the descendants of said Salem and Abigail Wheelock, except for one Mary Winifred Sant."
With this information at hand, census records show that Elvira Wheelock married John Ashley. In 1850 they were living in Canandaigua, Ontario Co, NY, with one son, Charles H. Ashley, age 6.
In 1860, Elvira Ashley was living in Seneca Falls, Seneca Co, NY, age 46, born in VT. Her son was 16, born in NY. Also in the household was Caroline Wheelock (possibly Elvira's younger sister?), age 36, born VT. Caroline Wheelock is also enumerated in the 1850 census, age 29, born Vermont, living in a boarding house in Canandaigua, Ontario Co, NY. Philista Wheelock, age 21, born NY was living in the same boarding house.
In 1870, Elvira, age 47, born VT, was again in Seneca Falls. Her son Charles, his wife Elizabeth, and their two daughters, Margaret and Mary E., were also in the household. Caroline Wheelock, age 40, born VT, is enumerated on the next line of the census, running a boarding house.
In 1880 Elvira, age 81, mother of Charles H. Ashley, was living in the household of her son Charles, his wife Elizabeth, and their three children, Maggie, Estella and John.
Elvira died in 1882. It is unclear why Elvira's husband, John, was not living with the family beyond 1850. He died in 1883, per Seneca Co, NY, probate records.5
Caroline Wheelock was not found in the 1880 census. Note that a Caroline Wheelock was christened in the Reformed Dutch Church in Greenwich, Washington County, New York, 24 April 1831, roughly consistent with Caroline's age in the 1860 and 1870 census records cited above.6 Salem and Abigail (McKnight) Wheelock were know to have been living in Washington County in 1820 (per census).
Father: Levi Wheelock
Mother: Waitstill _____
Birth: 18 Apr 1997, Newton, MA
Father: Andrew Hayes Wheelock
Mother: Lisa Dunlap
Birth: 14 Sep 1877
Death: 10 Mar 1958
Father: John Hiram Wheelock
Mother: Avilda Buoy
Partner: Mary Elizabeth Carey
Death: 24 May 1911, Auburn, Cayuga Co, NY
Burial: North Street Cemetery, Auburn, NY
Father: Judson E. Wheelock
Mother: Dewey E. Obrien
Judson E. Wheelock, Jr., committed suicide at the age of 26, despondent from ill health. Per 1900 census, he was born Nov 1883, in contradiction to his gravestone which says 1884.HOME INDEX
Father: John Gleason Wheelock
Mother: Lavina Clark
Birth: 26 Feb 1992
Father: Donald Richard Wheelock
Mother: Patty Aragon