Person:Abigail Wheeler (1)

m. 10 Dec 1716
  1. Elizabeth Wheeler1717 - 1731
  2. Abigail Wheeler1720 - 1750
  3. John Wheeler1722 - 1797
  4. Hannah WheelerAbt 1725 - 1804
  5. Samuel Wheeler1727 - 1751
  • HPeter Talbot1717/18 - 1793
  • WAbigail Wheeler1720 - 1750
m. 5 Dec 1744
  1. Peter Talbot1745 -
  2. Samuel Talbot1746/47 -
  3. Abigail Talbot1749 - 1804
Facts and Events
Name[4] Abigail Wheeler
Gender Female
Christening[1] 23 Oct 1720 Stoughton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 5 Dec 1744 Stoughton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Peter Talbot
Death[3] 3 Nov 1750 Stoughton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Burial[2] Stoughton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United StatesPearl St. Cemetery
  1. Densmore, Lyman Willard. Hand-book of Hartwell genealogy, 1636-1887: an account of the descendants of William Hartwell of Concord, Mass., and allied families of Bellows, Cummings, Gibson, Hill, Johnson, Jones, Kendall, Lakin, Luce, Melvin, Russell, Stiles, Stow, Wood, Tucker, Winchell, Williams, and many others. (Boston: Press of Geo. E. Crosby & Co., 1887), p. 102.

    Children of Abigail Hartwell and William Wheeler of Stoughton: Abigail, bp. 23 Oct 1720

  2. FindAGrave: Peart Street Cemetery, Stoughton, Mass., in Find A Grave, Abigail Wheeler Talbot.
  3. Endicott, Frederic. The Record of Births, Marriages And Deaths And Intentions of Marriage, in The Town of Stoughton From 1727 to 1800, And in The Town of Canton From 1797-1845: Preceded by the Records of the South Precinct of Dorchester, from 1715 to 1727. (Canton, Massachusetts: Printed by W. Bense, 1896), p. 69.

    Abigail Talbott ye Wife of Peter Talbott died Nov'br ye 3'd 1750.

  4. "Notes on William Wheeler of Canton, Mass.", in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), Vol. 104, p. 244.

    Children of William Wheeler by first wife Abigail Hartwell: Abigail, b. [sic] 23 Oct 1720, d. 3 Nov 1750, m. 5 Dec 1744 Peter Talbot.
    [Note: no birth record has been found, either in Concord, Bedford, Stoughton, Canton or Dorchester, though this article says William did not move to the later area ["removed to ancient Dorchester where he bought land from the Puncapoag Indians in 1726 ... The land is in the Canton of today."] until 1726. This suggests the date might be a baptism as indicated by the Hartwell Handbook, the church records not being available online, explaining the difficulty confirming it.]