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Alfred Abell

Death: 9 May 1858

Burial: Mill Village Cemetery, Goshen, Sullivan Co, NH

Spouse: Julietta Wheelock
Marriage: 22 Nov 1791

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Barbara Lucille Bauman

Birth: 6 Aug 1941

Spouse: Joseph Francis Wheelock
Marriage: 27 Oct 1962

  1. Shari Lee Wheelock, born 23 Dec 1963
  2. Cynthia Marie Wheelock, born 11 Jan 1965
  3. Barbara Jo Wheelock, born 2 Sep 1972

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Jerry Chapin

Birth: 1784, Wardsboro, VT

Death: 1853(8?)

Father: Jesse Chapin
Mother: Eunice Wheelock

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Sandy Davidson

Father: Almond Dewey Davidson
Mother: Jean Louise Wheelock

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James Leslie Fisher

Spouse: Shirley Ann Ashline
Marriage: 27 Aug 1966, Granby, CT

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Annie Amabel Mannington

Death: 22 Sep 1948

Spouse: Mortimer Brigham Wheelock
Marriage: 11 Oct 1894, Chicago, Cook Co, IL

  1. Brigham Mannington Wheelock, born 30 Oct 1896
  2. John Henry Wheelock, born 21 Jan 1898, Colfax, Jasper Co, IA

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Ella Wheelock

Birth: about 1866

Father: Sylvester Wheelock
Mother: Irene Weatherwax

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Jonathan Wheelock

Birth: 11 Jul 1790, Barnard, VT

Death: 12 Jan 1869, Green Bay, WI

Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Allouez, Brown Co, WI

Father: Peter Wheelock
Mother: Sarah Graves

Spouse: Lydia Bowman
Marriage: 13 Apr 1815, Barnard, VT

  1. Emily Jane Wheelock, born 15 Apr 1816, Potsdam, NY
  2. Ira Wheelock, born 18 Sep 1817, Potsdam, NY
  3. Abby Anna Wheelock, born 18 Feb 1819, Ogdensburg, NY
  4. Carleton Bowman Wheelock, born 7 May 1821, Ogdensburg, NY
  5. Charles Lafayette Wheelock, born 11 May 1824, Ogdensburg, NY
  6. Jonathan Wheelock, born 12 Jan 1827, Ogdensburg, NY
  7. Lydia Wheelock, born 10 Nov 1828

Notes:

The following obituary was supplied by Sharon (Scriven) Iwanick. The name of the newspaper, and it's publication date are not known.

Obituary, - Gen. JONATHAN WHEELOCK, whose death in this city we briefly noticed last week, was one of our oldest residents, and identified with the history of this county and city for more than a third of a century. He was born at Barnard, Windsor Co., Vt., July 11th, 1790, and was married there April 13th, 1815, on the national thanksgiving day, after the war of 1812-14. In 1816, he moved to Ogdensburg, N.Y., where he resided for 15 years, most of that time keeping the principal hotel there, on Ford Street; was Sheriff of that county at different times, and held other offices of trust. From there he removed to Green Bay, coming from Buffalo here on a vessel called the Lady of the Lake, chartered by the late DANIEL WHITNEY, and arrived here on the 19th of June, 1833. He came here for the purpose of opening Mr. WHITNEY’S new hotel, the Washington House, on the site of the present Beaumont House. He afterwards built and kept the Navarino House, since known as the United States Hotel, on the site of the present Jacobs House. Among the buildings here at that time were the residences of Judge ARNDT, Judge LAWE, DANIEL WHITNEY, (where Mrs. WHITNEY still lives) L. GRIGNON, Gov. DOTY, A.G. ELLIS, the Washington House, &c. Altogether, including the stores, residences and hotels, there not being over a dozen buildings within the limits of what is now Green Bay. On the opposite side of the river there were but 3 or 4 buildings, besides the Fort, where Gen Brooks was stationed with regiment of troops. Nearer Depere was the Indian agency, kept by Col. BOYD, and at Shantytown, ALEX. J. IRWIN’S store, the Mission, Post-Office, &c.

Mr. WHEELOCK received his title of General by appointment from the Governor of Brig. Gen. Of Militia. He held various offices of trust here. Was at different times President of the Borough of Green Bay, once being elected with no dissenting vote but his own; was at one time Chairman of Co. Board Supervisors. He finally retired from business to the beautiful farm on the banks of the Fox River, in the Town of Lawrence, owned by his son-in-law, Col. WM. CHAPMAN, called “Buena Vista,” where he resided 18 years.

His aged companion, with whom he had lived nearly 54 years, still survives. He has three brothers in this state, one at Milwaukee and two at Hartford and a sister at Grand Detour, Ill. His was the first death which has occurred in the family for 53 years. He died respected and esteemed by all who knew him, and leaves a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his loss.

The funeral on Friday was conducted with Masonic honors, after the church rites by Rev. Mr. GOODENOUGH. The Masons, of whom there were 64 present in full regalia, took charge of the body at the house, the services being conducted by Past Master GEORGE E. HOSKINSON, Dr. C. E. CRANE acting Marshall. The ceremony was very solemn and impressive, and a great concourse of people were present.

(Obituary kindly supplied by Sharon (Scriven) Iwanick, April, 2006, name and date of original publication unknown.)

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Julia Ann Wheelock

Birth: 9 Oct 1850, Boston, MA

Father: Jonathan B. Wheelock
Mother: Mary Ann E. Colbath

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