Partner: Margaret McCloud
Spouse: Malinda Gertrude Wheelock
Marriage: 13 Dec 1899
Solomon Mowry Gilbertl resided in Worcester, MA.HOME INDEX
Spouse: George Ripley Wheelock
Marriage: 1837, Milam, TX
Partner: George Washington Patten
Patten, Malcom Clark, Patten Genealogy, Powell and Taylor Publishing Company, 1990, p. 134HOME INDEX
Spouse: Eliza Ann Wheelock
Marriage: 24 May 1829, Mendon, Worcester Co, MA
Birth: 15 Mar 1795, Leicester, Worcester Co, MA
Death: 1 May 1872, Spencer, Worcester Co, MA
Burial: Greenville Baptist Cemetery, Leicester, Worcester Co, MA
Father: Elijah Thayer
Mother: Huldah Towne
Spouse: Martin Wheelock
Marriage: 14 Apr 1824, Leicester, Worcester, MA
Clarissa was from Leicester, MA. Her headstone, located in the Greenville Cemetery, in Leicester, MA, indicates death date of 1 May 1872, aged 77 y, 1 month.HOME INDEX
Birth: 26 Sep 1799, Brimfield, Hampden Co, MA
Father: Henry Wheelock
Mother: Phoebe Dickinson
Spouse: Lorin Ferry
Marriage: 9 Jul 1826, Johnson, VT
The 27 Sep 1863 death record of Annie (Wheelock) Ferry's son Salem Ferry identifies her name as Annice.1
Birth: 15 Oct 1784, Northborough, Worcester, MA
Baptism: 19 Dec 1784, Northborough, Worcester Co, MA
Death: 28 Jun 1873
Burial: Christ's Church Cemetery, Fort Kent, ME
Father: Jesse Wheelock
Mother: Abigail Lovitt
Spouse: Sophronia Baker
Marriage: 1840, Madawaska, Aroostook Co, ME
Jesse was the son of Jesse Wheelock, Sr. and Abigail Lovitt. He descends from Rev. Ralph Wheelock, his Puritan immigrant ancestor, who came to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1637, as follows: Jesse/Jesse/Obadiah/Obadiah/Benjamin/Ralph. His father, Jesse, Sr., was born in Mendon, MA, and moved with his family, probably as a child, to Shrewsbury, MA. Sometime later he moved to neighboring Northborough, where the births of two children are recorded, including Jesse, Jr. Deeds show that he sold land in Northborough in 1786, and moved to Union Township, Lincoln Co, Maine before 1800, where he is enumerated in the 1800 Census. Jesse, Jr. must have been a teenager at the time, and no doubt spent his early years in this part of Maine.
In 1830 Jesse, Jr. moved to the South Bank of the St. John River (now Aroostook County). A survey of the lots in that region, taken in 1831, indicate that Jesse Wheelock and Walter Powers began cutting trees on their lot in Aug 1830, and built a log house where they lived that winter.  The 1830 Census enumerates Jesse Wheelock as the only member of the household, age 40-50 years.  He appears in the 1834 New Brunswick Census living alone in his household, on ungranted land on the right bank of the St. John; no livestock, no seeds sown last spring, no crops raised.  The 1840 Census enumerates him, age 50-60 years, with three others, a male, age 15-20, a female, age 15-20, and a female, age 20-30.  The 1850 Census shows Jesse, age 66, born in Mass, living with his wife, Sophronia, age 32, born in Maine, and two children, Jesse B., age 3, and Martha, age 1. 
A border dispute between Maine and New Brunswick raged over much of the Madawaska region, where Jesse Wheelock, along with many other French and English settlers lived. In March, 1831 the Maine Legislature passed an act incorporating the town of Masardis, in the county of Penobscot, in an attempt to gain control of the region. In accordance with this act a writ was issued to Walter Powers, calling a meeting of the Madawaska inhabitants on 30 Aug 1831. In this meeting, Jesse Wheelock was chosen Town Clerk. The lieutenant-governor, unhappy with these actions, hastened to Madawaska with a body of soldiers, and arrested Jesse Wheelock and three others. The prisoners were taken to Fredericton, N.B., were tried by the Superior Court, and sentenced to pay a fine of fifty pounds and serve three months in prison. Through actions of the US Federal Government in Washington, the sentences were cut short, and none of the four served the full term. The border dispute was finally settled in 1842, with the Webster-Ashburton Treaty between the United States and Great Britain. 
Jesse died at Hancock Plantation, Aroostook County, Maine. It is presumed the nearby locations of Wheelock, Wheelock Island, and Wheelock Mills derive their names from him, or his family. His ornate headstone, located in Christ's Church Cemetery, Fort Kent, ME, reads as follows:
Jesse Wheelock - born in Northborough, Mass. - Oct. 15, 1784 - Died June 28, 1873 - Sophronia His Wife - Born in Mosco, Maine - May 20, 1816 - Died July 23, 1858
LDS records supposedly indicate that Jesse was married once prior to his marriage to Sophronia Baker. This would certainly explain his advanced age at the time of his second marriage. These records show that he married Phoebe Golden, b. abt 1788, probably in Northborough, MA, with whom he had two children. Phoebe died sometime after the birth of the second child. If this were true, it would explain the two children that appear in his household in the 1840 Census. These children, age 15 to 20, were too old the be the children of Sophronia. 
(Written by Roderick B. Sullivan, Jr., Dec 2001)
 "State of the Madawaska and Aroostook Settlements in 1831: Report of John G. Dean and Edward Kavanagh to Samuel E. Smith, Governor of the State of Maine", W.O. Raymond, ed., Collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society (St.John, N.B.) number 9 (1914), pp.344-386.
 1830 Federal Census, Penobscot County, ME, Reel M19-51, Madawaska Settlement, St. John River, pg 375. (Note: The Madawaska region of Penobscot County later became Aroostok County.)
 1840 Federal Census, Aroostok County, ME, Reel M704-136, Madawaska North of the St. John River, pg 53.
 1850 Federal Census, Aroostook County, Hancock Plantation, Reel M432-248, pg 126a.
 "A History of Maine's Largest County From its Earliest Beginning Up Through the Bloodless Aroostook War", by Clarence A. Day, Extension Service Editor, University of Maine, Orono, Maine, Published by Northern Maine Regional Planning Commission, 1989. Available online at http://www.nmdc.org/day/aroos.html (see Chapter 7).
 Provincial Archives of the Province of New Brunswick, 1834 Census, in RS24, Records of the Legislative Assembly, Microfilm number F10422.
 Much of the information here was obtained from "The Upper St. John River Valley Northern Aroostook County, Maine and Madawaska County, New Brunswick: A history of the communities and people", at http://www.upperstjohn.com, Jan 2002.
 Notes and research of Roger Lincoln, of Houlton, Maine, 2003.HOME INDEX
Father: James Wheelock
Mother: Lucy Barker
Spouse: Zenas King
Marriage: 27 Jul 1842, Ogdensburgh, NY
Zenas King was the founder of the King Iron Bridge and Manufacturing Company (later the King Bridge Company) which operated out of Cleveland, Ohio. The company, founded in 1858, built bridges all over the country, many of which are still standing today.HOME INDEX
Birth: 13 Mar 1803, Bloomfield, NY
Death: 29 Sep 1848
Burial: Pray Cemetery, Superior, MI
Father: Royal Wheelock
Mother: Lydia Taft
Spouse: Mary J. Murray
Marriage: 10 Oct 1833, Washtenaw Co, MI
Birth: 21 Jun 1797
Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Cambridge, Lamoille Co, VT
Spouse: Polly Adams
Marriage: 6 Jan 1820, Waterville, Lamoille Co, VT
Spouse: Jerusha _____
Marriage: DATE UNKNOWN
Samuel Wheelock was an early settler of Eden, VT. The first record of him there is a deed dated 13 Jan 1818 in which he appears as a grantee . He is enumerated there in the 1820 Census, next to Martin Wheelock, with one other female adult living in the household, presumably his new wife, Polly Adams. He is enumerated in the 1830 Census living in Waterville with an adult female, four young boys, and two young girls. This tabulation agrees with the recorded births of his children in Waterville. In 1840 he is enumerated in Essex, Chittendon, VT with an adult female, six boys, and three girls. In 1850, he is enumerated in Colchester, Chittenden, VT, next to Willard Wheelock. He is listed as a house builder, age 50, born in NH, living with Jerusha Wheelock, age 47, son Timothy Wheelock, age 17, and daughters Columbia A. Wheelock, age 16, Eleanor Wheelock, age 8, and Emeline Wheelock, age 6. He is enumerated in the 1870 Census living in Burlington, VT, with his wife Jerusha.
The IGI shows the birth of Columbia Wheelock, 20 Aug 1834 in Waterville, presumed to be the daughter of Samuel and Polly (Adams) Wheelock.
The ancestry of Samuel Wheelock is not known for certain, but it is very likely he is either the sibling of, or closely related to brothers Daniel, Martin, and Walter, who settled Eden, VT in the same time frame. The following facts add weight to the argument: (1) Samuel appears next to Martin in the 1820 Census, (2) his Waterville record of birth (21 Jun 1797) fits well with the chronology of births in the family of Stephen and Lucretia (Newton) Wheelock, and (3) his place of birth (NH) indicated in the 1850 census is consistent with the location of the family at that time.
He died 1878 in Cambridge, per the Gazetteer of Lamoille and Orleans counties .
 Eden, VT, Deeds, 1802-1908, LDS Film Number 28166, Bk 2, pg 351.
 "Gazetteer of Lamoille and Orleans Counties, VT.; 1883-1884, pgs 66-69, compiled and published by Hamilton Child; May 1887; transcribed by Tom Dunn, http://www.rootsweb.com/~vermont/LamoilleCambridge.html
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Spouse: Almon E. Wheelock
Marriage: 14 Oct 1877
Anna's name is sometimes given as Myra in the Vermont VRs; and is given as Almira by other sources.HOME INDEX
Spouse: Inez Marian Noble
Marriage: 7 Oct 1902