Person:John Wheeler (141)

Watchers
m. 3 Nov 1811
  1. David Thwing Wheeler1812 - 1892
  2. Emeline Persis Wheeler1815 - 1890
  3. John Edwin Wheeler1816 - 1815
  4. Boy Wheeler1817 - 1817
  5. John Edwin Wheeler1819 - 1888
  6. Daniel Milner Wheeler1821 - 1885
  7. Martha Ann Wheeler1823 - 1912
  8. Ruth Eliza Wheeler1825 - 1910
  9. Penelope Jane Wheeler1828 - 1915
  10. Mary Minerva Wheeler1830 - 1909
  11. Persis Eleanor Wheeler1832 - 1857
  12. Francis William Flint Wheeler1834 - 1848
  13. Charles Marcos Wheeler1836 - 1836
m. 7 Apr 1859
Facts and Events
Name John Edwin Wheeler
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 4 Feb 1819 Fayetteville, Lincoln, Tennessee, United States
Marriage 7 Apr 1859 Guadalupe, Texas, United Statesto Sarah Elizabeth Reynolds
Death[2][3] 2 Oct 1888 Stockdale, Wilson, Texas, United States
Vital Records

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References
  1. John Wheeler Bible.

    Children of John and Martha Wheeler: John Edwin born Feb. 4, 1819 in Lincoln county, Tenn.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Meyr, Irma M. Cemeteries of Wilson County, Texas: over 130 cemeteries and burial plots. (I.M. Meyr).

    Wheeler, John E., b. 4 Feb 1819, d. 2 Oct 1888

  3. Texas. County Court (Wilson County). Probate minutes, 1862-1914; index to probate minutes, 1862-1915. (Salt Lake City, Utah), Book D, p. 154.

    "Your petitioner Sarah E. Wheeler, who is the Surviving wife of John E. Wheeler dec'd Shows to the court that she resides in Stockdale, Wilson County, Texas. That on the 2nd day of October A.D. 1888 John E. Wheeler died ..."