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The Wheelocks of Mendon, Massachusetts

Susan Salisbury
Salisbury, Susan (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Westminster, Maryland : Heritage Books, Inc., c2004
115 p.
0788431412
Heritage books; S3141

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Twelve generations of the descendants of Humphrey (Hugh) Wheelock (1513-1594/95) of Shropshire, England, are presented here.

Ralph Wheelock (generation no. 3), son of John/Joseph, was born in 1600 in Dorrington, Shropshire, England, and died in 1683/84 in Medfield, Massachusetts. He married Rebecca Clarke of Norfolk, England, who died in 1679/80 in Medfield, Massachusetts. They had nine children, two of whom were born in England while the rest were born in Massachusetts.

Includes fullname index.

Contains Albee, Aldrich, Bates, Bingham, Bullard, Chapin, Cheney, Daniels, Darling, Grimes, Guernsey, Holbrook, Partridge, Pratt, Salisbury, Smith, Taft, Thayer, Turner, White and related families.

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