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Saran Ann Austen

Spouse: William Hawxhurst
Marriage: DATE UNKNOWN

  1. Alice Townsend, born 16 Aug 1840

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Blanche Bartlett

Spouse: Warren George Park

  1. Jerry Park, born 23 Nov 1941
  2. Betty Park, born 4 Jan 1943
  3. Elaine Park, born 6 Sep 1945
  4. Edward Park, born 8 Apr 1949
  5. Linda Lou Park, born 21 Jun 1950

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Janice Lorraine Manning

Spouse: Dale Warren Wheelock
Marriage: 24 Apr 1954, Ludlow, VT

  1. Shirley Ann Wheelock, born 3 Feb 1955, Bellows Falls, VT
  2. Betty Lynn Wheelock, born 10 Sep 1959, Springfield, VT

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Thankful Pennock

Birth: 1770 OR 1771, Cornwall, Litchfield Co, CT

Death: 1811 OR 1812, Boat Run, Claremont Co, OH

Spouse: Eleazar Wheelock

  1. Eleazar Louis Ripley Wheelock, born 31 Mar 1793, Hanover, NH
  2. Nancy Wheelock, born 21 Feb 1796
  3. John Wheelock, born 20 Sep 1802
  4. George Woodward Wheelock, born 8 May 1804
  5. William Woodward Wheelock, born 9 Feb 1806

Notes:

Thankful Pennock was probably the daughter of Jesse Pennock, of Strafford, VT. Jesse, in turn, was the son of James Pennock, and Thankful Boardman, of CT, and Strafford, VT. The relationshiop between Jesse Pennock and his father, James, is well established, but the relationshiop between Thankful, and her supposed father, Jesse, is circumstantial.

The family lived in Strafford, VT, not far from Hanover, NH, providing ample opportunity for Eleazar and Thankful to meet. Thankful signed a Strafford VT Deed (Vol B, pg 44) listing herself as "Thankful Pennock, of Hanover, State of New Hampshire". This ties the Thankful Pennock of Hanover with the Strafford Pennocks.

Thankful Pennock, named after her grandmother, is identified as the daughter of Jesse Pennock, of Strafford, VT, by Lee Pennock Huntington, author of "Brothers in Arms", published by The Countryman Press, Taftsville, VT, 1976. The book provides an entertaining account of the Pennock family, who fought as loyalists in the Revolutionary War.

No extant record of her death has been found, but it is known that she witnessed her husband's death 7 Dec 1811, and that the only adult male remaining on the farm, ELR Wheelock, joined the militia in 1812. It is presumed that he would not have left her alone, and that she must have died prior.

Sources:

[1] "Scotts in the New World", www.genealassie.com, follow links to Boardman Genealogy, http://www.genealassie.com/boardman/index.htm.

[2] "Brothers in Arms", Lee Pennock Huntington, The Countryman Press, Taftsville, VT, 1976.

[3] Correspondence with Sue Panik, who compiled family information from her great-grandmother, Dora K. Vehick Panik.

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Matilda Randolph

Birth: 1836, Illinois

Spouse: Alfred Wheelock
Marriage: 19 Jun 1867, California

  1. Carrie Belle Wheelock, born 1 Mar 1869
  2. Samuel Alfred Wheelock, born 4 Oct 1871

Notes:

Matilda was born in 1836 in a log cabin in Illinois, where her parents were the first white settlers. In 1854, when Matilda was 18, her father took the family and migrated to Kansas where they were again the first white family into the area. Gardner Randolph hoped to get Kansas admitted to the Union as a slave state.

She spent ten years in Kansas, enduring not only the vagaries of Kansas weather, but the conflict raging about her in the days leading up to and including the Civil War. These conflicts included land disputes as abolitionists tried to drive her father out. There she married and bore four children, battling floods, prairie fires and drought before her husband was killed.

The following spring, in 1864, the loss of the war by then apparent, her father decided to join the family members already living in California. As a widow with three small children, the youngest of whom learned to walk on the trek across, Matilda traversed the Oregon-California Trail in a covered wagon, arriving in Hicksville, near Sacramento, in September of 1864.

There she met Alfred Wheelock, a young Argonaut, and found happiness again in a new love and new life. Throughout the story shines the courage of a woman who would not allow the world to defeat her.

Matilda's great-granddaughter, Jacquelyn Hanson, wrote a book about the life of this pioneer. The book is entitled "Matilda's Story: A Biographical Novel", by Jacquelyn Hanson, published by Glenhaven Press, 1997, ISBN: 0963726536.

(Source: Jacquelyn Hanson, a descendant of Matilda Randolph and Alfred Wheelock.)

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Benjamin Wheelock

Birth: 1809, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia

Father: Samuel Wheelock
Mother: Mary Wilkins

Spouse: Sophia Banks

  1. Rufus W. Wheelock, born calculated 27 Oct 1844, Nova Scotia

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Charles Elmer Wheelock

Birth: 22 Nov 1864, Mannsville, Jefferson Co., NY

Death: 3 Jun 1938, Syracuse, NY

Burial: Chase Cemetery, Lysander, NY

Father: Joseph Brayton Wheelock
Mother: Jane Ann Clark

Spouse: Hattie Alice Miles
Marriage: 24 May 1887, Baldwinsville, NY

  1. Maude Marietta Wheelock, born 1888, Hinmanville, NY
  2. Nathan Sherman Wheelock, born 7 Oct 1889, Baldwinsville, NY
  3. Othello Wellington Wheelock, born 30 Sep 1891, Baldwinsville, NY
  4. Naomi Louise Wheelock, born 2 Aug 1898, Syracuse, NY
  5. Darwin Miles Wheelock, born 12 Mar 1911, Syracuse, NY

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Fred Wheelock

Birth: about 1857

Father: George G. Wheelock
Mother: Jane (--?--)

Notes:

Fred Wheelock is enumerated in the 1880 Census, boarder, store clerk, living in Sugar Grove, Warren Co, PA.

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Mercy Williams

Birth: 20 Apr 1750, Easton, Bristol Co, MA

Death: 22 Jun 1837

Burial: Pratt Cemetery, Rt. 138, Easton, MA

Spouse: Lyman Wheelock
Marriage: 7 Sep 1783, Ashfield, MA

  1. Daniel Williams Wheelock, born 9 Oct 1784, Easton, Bristol Co, MA
  2. Rebecca Wheelock, born 21 Jul 1786, Easton, Bristol Co, MA
  3. Lyman Wheelock, born 10 Nov 1788, Easton, Bristol Co, MA
  4. Susanna Wheelock, born 1 Sep 1791, Easton, Bristol Co, MA

Notes:

Mercy was the daughter of Daniel Williams and Rebecca Hunt. (Source: "Wheelock Genealogy", by Carlyle C. Wheelock, and Winifred (Thomson) Gonseth, 1955)

Mercy shares a headstone with her husband, Lyman. She was aged 87 years at her death.

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