Birth: 16 Mar 1895
Death: 23 Apr 1978
Spouse: Luella Ann Wheelock
Death: 21 Apr 1872
Burial: Coventry Village Cemetery, Coventry, VT
Spouse: Amasa Wheelock
Marriage: 13 May 1808
Sally Burleigh was the daughter of Josiah Burleigh. Her headstone gives a death date of 24 Apr 1872, age 82 years.
Death: 2 May 1947
Father: Samuel Taft Burlingame
Mother: Jane Elizabeth Mason
Spouse: Carlyle Capron Wheelock
Marriage: DATE UNKNOWN
Spouse: Charles V. Wheelock
Marriage: Nov 1882
Birth: 28 Feb 1842
Father: John Parker Warren
Mother: Lucy Maynard Wheelock
Birth: 3 Feb 1760, Mendon, MA
Death: 24 Sep 1761, Mendon, MA
Letter of J.G. Wheelock; a copy in the possession of Edwin K. Wheelock
Birth: about 1798, Litchfield, Herkimer Co., NY
Father: Samuel Wheelock
Mother: Susannah Hoppins
A Samuel Whelock (sic), age 72, born in NY, is enumerated in the 1870 Census living in Marcy, Oneida Co, NY.
Death: 15 Feb 1841, Burrillville, RI
Father: Daniel Wheelock
Mother: Keziah Hunt
Spouse: Levina Hunt
Marriage: 17 Feb 1796, Uxbridge, Worcester, MA
Spouse: Lydia (--?--)
The death date is not proven, but is presumed to be the same Seth. It's consistent with the Sep 1841 inventory of his estate in the Rhode Island probate records. "Wheelock Genealogy" by Carlyle Wheelock and Winifred Gonseth, reports the death date "about 1840".
Seth inherited land from his father in Franconia, NH.
The children of Seth and Levina are taken from "Wheelock Genealogy" by Carlyle Capron Wheelock and Winifred (Thomson) Gonseth, 1955 manuscript. The source of this information may be recorded in the manuscript, but is not noted here. Some in this family are buried in the "Wheelock Grave Yard, Esten Neighborhood, Burrillville, RI", (e.g. Burrillville Historic Cemetery #106) according to Carlyle C. Wheelock.
CCW notes the following records, which may be from the cemetery referenced above:
Lavinia Wheelock, dau. of Seth Wheelock, ESQ. 2-20-1824 Louisa Wheelock, Feb. 5, 1821, 12th year Jeremiah Wheelock, son Seth, d. Jan 31, 1824, 9th year Pardon D. Wheelock, Jan 8, 1824, 16th year Mrs. Levina Wheelock, d. 3-2-1821, 44th year.
On 30 Dec 1819, Seth Wheelock presented the inventory of the estate of Smith Brown to the probate court, approved 1 Jan 1820 (pg 262 RI Probate Records).
Seth Wheelock is enumerated in the 1830 census, living in Burrillville, RI, age between 50 - 59, with another male, age between 20 - 29.
His will was written 30 Oct 1837, and refers to himself as from Burrillville, RI. He leaves 200 dollars to his son Calvin Wheelock, one dollar each to his "three daughters Hannah, Lucinda, and Julia", leaves two thirds of his estate to his son Seth, and the residue to his sons Daniel and Dana. Daniel Smith is appointed executor. The inventory of his estate was submitted in Sep 1841. (Src: "Rhode Island, Wills and Probate Records, 1582-1932", online at www.ancestry.com, retrieved July 2018.)
Notes Regarding Lydia, Calvin, and Jeremiah
At least two children were born to Seth Wheelock in Burrillville, RI by Lydia (maiden name unknown), after Lavina Hunt died in 1821 - namely Calvin (b. 1822), and Jeremiah (b. 1824). Since no other Seth Wheelock was known to be living in Burrillville at the time, it's presumed (but not proven) that they are the children of this Seth, by another partner Lydia (--?--).
There are a few problems with this theory.
First, no marriage record for Seth and Lydia has been found. This may not be surprising, since Seth didn't seem to record any of the vital events for his family while living in Burrillville.
Second, Seth mentions Calvin in his 1837 will, but he does not mention Lydia or Jeremiah.
Finally, Seth Wheelock is not living with children young enough to be Calvin and Jeremiah in the 1830 census.
But there are facts that recommend the theory.
The names Calvin and Jeremiah run in the family. The records of both clearly state that they are sons of Seth and Lydia, and that both were born in Burrillville, RI. There is only one Seth Wheelock old enough to father children in Burrillville at the time.
Lydia could be a variation of Levina (perhaps a misspelling or mistake), but Levina has passed away several years before Calvin and Jeremiah are born. On the other hand, it's possible that the 1821 death date for Levina is incorrect, since it wasn't recorded in the vital records. The date comes from her headstone, which at present time is difficult (if not impossible) to read. However, it has been read in the past consistently as 1821. In fact, Carlyle Capron Wheelock (author of the Wheelock Genealogy manuscript) read the full date as 2 Mar 1821, age 44 years. He read this in the late 1800s, early 1900s when it was probably more legible.
While imperfect, the facts are taken as sufficient evidence to provisionally place Calvin and Jeremiah in this family. They evidence would be bolstered if some record of 'Lydia' could be found.
Birth: 19 Apr 1799, Windsor Township, Windsor Co, VT
Death: 14 Apr 1879, Windsor Township, Windsor Co, VT
Father: Joseph Wheelock
Mother: Rainey (--?--)
A Woodward Wheelock, age probably 40-50, is enumerated in the 1840 Census living in Berlin, Washington Co, VT. He appears to be married, with 2 young males (under 15) in the household, and three females under 10, one 15-20, and one (presumably h is wife) age 40-50.
Woodward Wheelock, age 60, is enumerated in the 1860 census living in the household of Nathan Wheeler in Moretown, Washington Co, VT.
There is another Woodward Wheelock who died 16 July 1896, and is buried in the Old South Church Cemetery, Windsor, Windsor Co, VT, perhaps a son. (Src: Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 07 February 2018), memorial page for Woodward Wheelock (unknown–16 Jul 1896), Find A Grave Memorial no. 118884750, citing Old South Church Cemetery, Wi ndsor, Windsor County, Vermont, USA ; Maintained by Daystcat (contributor 47457318)).
Spouse: Relief Wheelock
Marriage: 20 Dec 1778, Lancaster, Worcester, MA
Willis Wilder was from Lancaster at the time of his marriage to Relief Wheelock (Lancaster VRs).