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Nathan Baker

Spouse: Sophia Rice
Marriage: DATE UNKNOWN

  1. Sophronia Baker, born 20 May 1816, Moscow, Somerset Co, ME

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Frederick Curtis

Birth: 12 Nov 1870, possibly Jackson, MI

Father: William Edward Curtis
Mother: Augusta Wheelock

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David Day

Birth: 3 May 1791, Granville, Washington Co, NY

Death: 18 Feb 1828, Granville, Washington Co, NY

Spouse: Rhoda Wheelock
Marriage: 1 Jun 1812

  1. Luther Day, born 13 Jul 1813, Granville, Washington Co, NY
  2. Luthera Taft Day, born 29 Sep 1826
  3. Daniel Day

Notes:

David was the son of Noah Day and Alice Whitney.

(Source: Records of Christine Galbraith, Apr 2000)

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Israel Houghton

Birth: 13 Dec 1723, Lancaster, Worcester, MA

Father: Israel Houghton
Mother: Martha Wheelock

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Augusta Wheelock

Birth: 21 Nov 1846, Auburn, Cayuga, NY

Death: 19 Dec 1940, Tampa, Hillsborough Co, FL

Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Tampa, FL

Father: Salem Drury Wheelock
Mother: Mary McKee

Spouse: William Edward Curtis
Marriage: DATE UNKNOWN

  1. Frederick Curtis, born 12 Nov 1870, possibly Jackson, MI
  2. Ettie Curtis, born 2 Nov 1872, possibly Jackson, MI

Notes:

Agusta Curtiss (note the spelling) is enumerated in the 1870 Census, age 21, born NY, living in Jackson, MI, in a boarding house with Wm Curtiss, age 28. William is listed as a carpenter, born in NY (sic).

William and Augusta Curtiss are enumerated in the 1880 Census, living in Auburn, NY. William is listed as a carpenter, born in England. Living in the same household is Frederick Curtiss, age 9, born in Michigan, Ettie Curtiss, age 7, born in Mic higan, and Judson Wheelock, age 22 (Augusta's brother).

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Catherine Wheelock

Birth: about 1919

Father: Ernest Alton Wheelock
Mother: Catherine Taube

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James Lawrence Wheelock

Birth: 1 Oct 1953, Geneva, OH

Father: Percy Lawrence Wheelock
Mother: Fern Beatrice Stewart

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Stillman Wright Wheelock

Birth: 18 Jun 1816, Holland, Erie, NY

Death: 8 Jan 1892, Moline, IL

Father: Chapin Wheelock
Mother: Lucy Wheelock

Spouse: Lydia Ureany Flint
Marriage: 22 Mar 1842, Kane County, Ill

Notes:

Stillman W. Wheelock was the first of the family who settled in Illinois. In the spring of 1839, with $60 in his pocket, he left Buffalo, NY, on the steamer "Anthony Wayne", and landed in the marshy village of Chicago May 10, 1839. He remained over night but the next day he walked on as far as St. Charles, where he accepted a job, in a hardwood sawmill, at one dollar a day of twelve hours. Afterward he rented the mill in partnership with a man by the name of Flint; later engaged there in the hotel business, afterward followed farming. In the spring of 1851 he came to Moline and bought an old foundry and in partnership with a Mr. Smedley began the manufacture of paper and later the firm became Wheelock and Fergus. In 1827 he bought a large interest in the firm of Candee, Swan & Co, plow manufacturers, and became president of the company, and at the time the firm became The Moline Plow Company, and he continued at its head until his death. He was also one of the organizers and a stockholder of the Moline Malleable Iron Works, organized in June 1884, accepted the office of president and controlled the stock. In the same year was organized the Moline Central Street Railway, of which he also became president, this transportation line being opened to the public in June, 1885. The three-story building which was occupied for twelve years by the Moline post office, was built by Mr. and Mrs. Wheelock and the second and third stories were presented to the Free Library Association, the first of its kind in this city. Mr. Wheelock was also president of the Moline National Bank and was mayor of the city in 1877, 1879 and 1881. He was married at St. Charles, Ill. to Lydia Flint, born in 1842, who died at Moline December 27, 1890, without issue. (Src: "Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, and History of Rock Island County", by Newton Bateman and Paul Selby, Munsell Publishing Company, Chicago, 1914, page 1492-1493.)

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