Birth: 13 Feb 1885
Death: 29 Jan 1970
Burial: Mendota Heights
Spouse: Nellie Wheelock
Father: William Thomas Rogers
Mother: Frances Alberta Wheelock
Spouse: Lucinda Wheelock
Mormon Archives submitted by, Zufelt, Pluma D.: Waite, M.W. Wheelock Family of Calais, Vermont, p. 33HOME INDEX
Birth: 2 Sep 1754, Mendon, Worcester, MA
Death: 26 Feb 1830
Burial: Perry Cemetery, North Orange, MA
Father: Josiah Wheelock
Mother: Experiance Clark
Spouse: Sophia Penniman
Alexander Wheelock fought in the Revolutionary War. He was a Private (from Mendon) in Captain Gershom Nelson's Company, which marched on the Lexington Alarm 19 Apr 1775. He later served in Samuel Warrin's Company, and in Captain Peter Proctor's Company of men from Warwick, MA. He marched to reinforce the Northern Army at Fort Edward or Fort Anne, leaving 10 July 1777 and returning 12 Aug 1777. 
"Wheelock Genealogy", by Carlyle Wheelock and Winifred Gonseth, unpublished manuscript, 1955, states that he was "said to have been a Universalist, and a farmer in North Orange, MA". He no doubt came from Milford, MA to Warwick with his brother, Eleazer, circa 1775.  He lived in the part of Warwick which later became Orange in 1810.
Alexander Wheelock is buried in thePerry Cemetery, North Orange, MA, with his wife, some children, and grandchildren.  His heastone reports that he was aged 75 at death. His wifes headstone refers to him as "Captain Alexander Wheelock".
Two additional children of this family are mentioned in Historic Homes of Middlesex Co, by Cutter: Samuel Wheelock who married Fanny Goodenow, and Timothy Wheelock who was "a prominent and early settler of Orange". (Src: "Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts", William Richard Cutter, Vol II, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1908; pg 560-561; online at books.google.com.)
 "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, A Compilation from the Archives, Prepared by the Secretary of the Commonwealth, In accordance with Chapter 100, Resolves of 1891", Boston, 1907.
 "Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots", Hatcher, Patricia Law, Vol. 4, Dallas: Pioneer Heritage Press, 1987.
 "Warwick, Massachusetts - Biography of a Town", by Charles A. Morse, published by Dresser, Chapman, & Grimes, 1963, Cambridge, MA.HOME INDEX
Birth: 20 Jun 1921, Grand Traverse County, MI
Death: 2 Feb 1944, Marshal Islands
Father: John E. Wheelock
Mother: Ruth M. Scamehorn
PFC in Co. K, 3rd BN, 24th Marines, 4th Div. Killed in action in the Marshal Islands. Tombstone in the Oakwood Cemetery, Traverse City, MI. No body was sent home.HOME INDEX
Birth: Nov 1847
Death: 18 Sep 1849, Southbridge, Worcester, MA
Burial: Glen Valley Cemetery, Barre, Worcester Co, MA
Father: Calvin Crarey Wheelock
Mother: Everline Trowbridge
Birth: 23 Aug 1854
Father: Leonard Sibley Wheelock
Mother: Lucy Pollard
Spouse: Charles Warren Campbell
Marriage: 11 Jun 1878, Grafton, Worcester Co, MA
Birth: 26 Oct 1863, Utah
Father: Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock
Mother: Marion Dallin
Birth: 9 Jan 1796, Heath, Franklin, MA
Death: 2 May 1885, Vienna, Oneida Co, NY
Father: John Wheelock
Mother: Dorothy Wilder
Spouse: Hannah Eddy
Marriage: DATE UNKNOWN
Otis Wheelock moved to Fish Creek, Oneida Co, NY in 1814, a year after his father settled the area. He taught school there in 1815-1816. (Src: "Our County and It's People, A Descriptive work on Oneida County, NY", edited by Daniel E. Wager, The Boston History Company, 1896).
Otis Wheelock is enumerated in the 1850 Census living in Vienna, Oneida Co, NY (near Fish Creek), age 55, born MA, with Hanna Wheelock, age 54, born NY, Jay Wheelock, age 24, born NY, Thadeus Wheelock, age 21, born NY, and Addison Wheelock, age 18, born NY.
He appears in Vienna again in 1860, with Hannah, Lodisha, age 36, and Thaddeus.
He is there again in 1870, with Lodisha, 45, Thaddeus, 41, Mary, 7, Florence, 6, Fred, 6, Martha, 3, and Miles, 18. Hannah is not listed.
He is last listed in 1880, age 84, living in Vienna, NY with his son, Thaddeus, 49, his daughter Lodisha Wright, and his great nephew, Miles Wheelock, age 29.
His death is announced in the Roman Citizen newspaper, Rome, NY, 4 May 1885. The announcement states that he left six children: "Thaddeus and Lordiska, who reside at the homestead, Jasper, Jay, and Sylvester, of Rome, and Addison, of Vienna."
Information about the family of Otis Wheelock was found in an old shed in Dillsboro, Indiana, circa 1994 by Wayne French. A four page handwritten family record was found. One page one was written: "Family Records, drawn off Apr 19, 1851 [possibly 1867, 1861], H. Wheelock". Page two and three contained the birth dates of the children of John Wheelock and Dorothy Wilder, of Heath, MA. The names and dates agreed almost exactly with those shown in the Heath Vital Records. There were a few minor discrepancies in the birth dates. The birth for Sally Wheelock was given as 15 Dec 1785, rather than 14 Dec 1784. The birth date for Lucinda Wheelock was given as 17 June 1790, rather than 23 June 1790. Elijah Wheelock, who died shortly after birth, was not mentioned. The birth dates of the other 14 children matched exactly. Page four contains birth dates for the children of Otis Wheelock. The name Hannah Wheelock, born 11 Mar 1797 appears at the top of the page. Otis is presumed to be the son of John Wheelock and Dorothy Wilder, and Hannah is presumed to be his wife. The following children of Otis were listed: Sylvester, Lodisha, Jay, Jasper, Harrison, Thaddius, Addison, and Hellen Victoria.HOME INDEX