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WARREN, Daniel (10GGF, 1626-1715) Son of John & Margaret Warren; husband of Mary Barron   | 
WARREN, John (10GGF and 11GGF, 1585-1667) 10GGF and 11GGF   |  Watertown founder 1630, listed on monument   | 
WARREN BIGELOW, Mary (9GGM, 1624-91) Daughter of John & Margaret Warren; wife of John Bigelow   | 
WATSON, Anna BRIDGE (2C9R, 1691-1718) Buried in Harvard Square   |  Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
WELBY FARWELL, Olive (10GGM, 1604-1692) Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground   |  Immigrant ancestor   |  In our Plantagenet line   | 
WELLINGTON MUNROE, Rebecca (1752-1838) Wife of H2C7R John   |  Location of grave   | 
WHEELER, Abigail WOODS (6GGM, 1726-1786) Descent from Watertown founders 1630   |  Carlisle ancestor   |  Married to Oliver Wheeler I, in our Lexington Russell line   |  In our Plantagenet line   |  Alive 1773   |  Mother of Oliver Wheeler II of Acton   |  Hepzibah Wheeler's mother-in-law   |  Gravestone   |  Acton North Cemetery
WHEELER, Abraham (8GGF, 1659-95) Housewright in Acton
WHEELER, Benjamin Franklin (4GU, 1808-) Son of Oliver III and Hannah   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Born (perhaps)in Salem   |  Birth order uncertain   |  Mentioned to Orson Whitney by Harriet Wheeler  | 
WHEELER, Charles Oliver (4GU, 1805-) Son of Oliver III and Hannah, born (perhaps)in Salem   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Mentioned to Orson Whitney by Harriet Wheeler  | 
WHEELER, Eli (5GU, 1780-1853) Interesting uncle   |  Family group   |  Chart   |  Gravestone
WHEELER, Hannah ASHBY (4GGM, 1782- ) Wife of Oliver Wheeler III, of our Benjamin line of Cambridge pioneers   |  Married to Oliver Wheeler III, of our Lexington Munroe line   |  Married to Oliver Wheeler III, of our Lexington Russell line   |  Chart   |  Hannah’s descendant list   |  Descendants actually living in 1856   |  Four homes   |  Oliver & Hannah   |  Daughter Harriet   |  Son Benjamin   |  In Hillsboro   |  In Salem   |  Shared house with Ashbys   |  Children Charles, Henry, Clarissa   |  In Farmington   |  1820 census   |  In Freedom   |  Oliver’s sole heir   |  Probate of husband Oliver’s will  |  Descendants   |  Children and grandchildren   |  Daughter Harriet’s grave in Salt Lake  | 
WHEELER, Hannah RUSSELL (7GGM, 1690- ) Wife of Jonathan Wheeler   |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  Carlisle ancestor   |  Sister of James Russell   | 
WHEELER, Henry Hammond (4GU, 1806-) Son of Oliver III and Hannah, born (perhaps)in Salem   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Mentioned to Orson Whitney by Harriet Wheeler  | 
WHEELER, Hepzibah MUNROE (5GGM, 1751-1829) Chart   |  With her husband Oliver Wheeler, our link to New Towne pioneers   |  Descent from Watertown founders 1630   |  In our Lexington Munroe line   |  Married to Oliver Wheeler II, of our Lexington Russell line   |  In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers Carlisle ancestor   |  Granny Hepzibah   |  Billerica birthplace Born in present-day Carlisle Married Oliver Wheeler II Creation of Carlisle   |  James & Abi   |  Mother of Oliver Wheeler III   |  Son Eli   |  Barnard & daughter Betsey   |  Gravestone   |  Autograph Hepzibah & Oliver   |  Epitaphs   |  In-laws’ graves in Acton   |  Cousin Thaddeus   |  Thaddeus & Hannah
WHEELER, Jonathan (7GGF, 1684-1747) Carlisle ancestor   |  Husband of Hannah Russell   |  Married to Hannah Russell, of our Lexington Russell line   |  North Acton homestead   |  Father of Oliver I   |  Deeded land to Oliver I   | 
WHEELER, Judah (1C8R, 1727-?) Received land from father Samuel   |  Son of Samuel and Dorcas   |  Lived on Judy Farm Road   |  Raised chickens   |  Put his wife down   |  Jailed for non-payment of taxes   |  Carlisle location
WHEELER, Louis (5GU, 1776-) James & Abi   |  Born in Carlisle
WHEELER, Lydia CARTER (5GA, 1784-) Married to interesting Uncle Eli   |  Born in Carlisle
WHEELER, Mrs. Eli (5GA, ~1784- ) Wife of 5GU Eli
WHEELER, Oliver I (6GGF, 1722-1804) Born in Lancaster   |  Descent from Watertown founders 1630   |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  Creation of Carlisle   |  Carlisle ancestor   |  Deeded land from father Jonathan   |  Lived in North Acton   |  Carlisle location   |  Known as “Oliver Wheeler of Acton”   |  Father of Oliver Wheeler II of Acton   |  Lexington-Concord 1775   |  Alive 1773   |  Gravestone   |  Acton North Cemetery
WHEELER, Oliver II (5GGF, 1748-1833) Chart   |  Descent from Watertown founders 1630   |  With his wife Hepzibah, our link to New Towne pioneers   |  Married to Hepzibah Munroe, of our Lexington Munroe line   |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  In our Plantagenet line   |  Husband of Hepzibah Munroe, of our Benjamin line of Cambridge pioneers   |  Father or father-in-law to four Uncles in the Presentation   |  Granny Hepzibah Presentation   |  Parents’ graves in Acton   |  Oliver Wheeler II   |  Prologue: How Did They Meet?   |  Married Hepzibah   |  Born in North Acton   |  Born in (later) Carlisle   |  Carlisle ancestor   |  Known as “Oliver Wheeler of Acton”   |  Lexington-Concord 1775   |  Gravestone   |  Oliver II & Hepzibah Munroe Wheeler   |  Father of Oliver Wheeler III   |  Epitaphs   |  James & Abi   |  Eli   |  Barnard & Betsey
WHEELER, Oliver III (4GGF, 1782-1854) Chart   |  In our Plantagenet line   |  In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers In our line from key ancestors Oliver II and Hepzibah Wheeler In our Lexington Munroe line   |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  Carlisle ancestors   |  Descendants Four homes   |  Son of Oliver II and Hepzibah   |  Oliver & Hannah   |  In Hillsboro   |  Daughter Harriet   |  Son Benjamin   |  In Salem   |  Housewright   |  Children Charles, Henry, Clarissa   |  Shared quarters with Ashbys   |  Defaulted on mortgage   |  In Farmington   |  1820 census   |  In Freedom   |  Cabinetmaker   |  in Elton   |  1835 census   |  Neighbor to Benjamin   |  Guinea pigs   |  1840 census   |  Purchased home 1852   |  1852 will   |  Property in Elton   |  Grave in Elton   |  Daughter Harriet’s grave in Salt Lake   |  Mentioned to Orson Whitney by Harriet Wheeler  | 
WHEELER, Richard (9GGF, 1614-1676) Husband of Sarah Prescott Wheeler   |  Father of Abraham Wheeler   | 
WHEELER, Sam(p)son (7GU, 1721-?) Grandson of Abraham and Tabitha   |  Brother of Oliver I   |  Constable; arrested cousin Judah   | 
WHEELER, Samuel (8GU, 1687-1781) Deeded land to son Judah   |  Builder (1735) of house at 12 Wheeler Lane
WHEELER, Sarah PRESCOTT (9GGM, 1637-1714) Wife of Richard Wheeler   |  Founder of Watertown   |  Founder of Lancaster   | 
WHEELER CARTER, Abi (5GA, 1775-1846) Chart   |  Born in Acton   |  Born in Carlisle (also)   |  James & Abi
WHEELER CARTER WHITCOMB, Betsey (5GA, 1792-1879) Daughter to Oliver II, wife to two interesting uncles   |  Chart   |  Jason   |  Barnard & Betsey
WHEELER DECKER YOUNG, Harriet Page (3GGM, 1803-1871) Chart   |  Born in Hillsborough   |  Moved to Salem   |  In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers  |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  In our line from key ancestors Oliver II and Hepzibah Wheeler   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  In our Lexington Munroe line   |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  In our Plantagenet line   |  Not of obscure Welsh extraction, as she claimed   |  DUP got her ancestry all wrong>   |  Carlisle descendant   |  Youth in New York   |  Wife of Isaac Decker   |  Married 1820   |  Settled in Phelps 1820   |  Moved to Freedom 1827   |  Two families   |  Nauvoo resident   |  In bronze Portrait Eldest of three pioneer women   |  Utah pioneer    |   Nice portrait; name misspelled   |  Younger portrait   |  Daughter Clara’s grave in Salt Lake  Daughter Fannie’s grave in Salt Lake  Grave in Salt Lake 
WHEELER HARTWELL, Abigail (5GA, 1788-1877) Chart Daughter to Oliver II, wife to interesting Uncle Simon   | 
WHEELER SAWYER, Clarissa Caroline (4GA) Daughter of Oliver III and Hannah   |  Mentioned to Orson Whitney by Harriet Wheeler  |  Probate of father Oliver’s will  |  Possible 1820 census entry
WHITCOMB, Barnard (5GU, 1813-1883) Chart   |  Jason   |  Barnard & Betsey
WHITCOMB, Betsey WHEELER CARTER (5GA, 1792-1879) Daughter to Oliver II, wife to two interesting uncles   |  Chart   |  Jason   |  Barnard & Betsey
WHITNEY, Orson F. Historian, friend of Deckers   |  Harriet Wheeler mentioned her siblings  |  Wrote up “This Is the Place”   | 
WILKINS, Asenath MONROE (3C5R, 1834-1908) Chart   |  David & Asenath   |  Mary Jane   |  James & Asenath   |  Detail   |  Leonard
WILKINS Isaac (Lieutenant; 1733-?) Husband of 1C7R Margaret Munroe   |  Son-in-law of 7GU Joseph Munroe, Jr.   |  Surveyor of Highways   |  Role in Lexington alarm   | 
WILKINS James M. (1829-1908) Husband of 3C5R Asenath   |  Mary Jane   |  James & Asenath   |  Detail   |  Leonard
WILKINS Leonard M. (4C4R, 1868-1893) Chart   |  Leonard
WILKINS, Margaret MUNROE (1C7R, 1742-1790) Daughter of Joseph and Hannah   |  Wife of Lt. Isaac Wilkins   | 
WILKINS MUNROE, Asenath (~1795-1887) Wife of 2C6R David Monroe   |  David & Asenath   |  Mary Jane   |  James & Asenath   |  Detail   |  Leonard   |  The Rays
WILLETT, Mary BROWNE (8GGM, 1604-1669) Daughter to Worshipful John Browne   |  Wife to Captain Thomas Willett   |  Buried in Rhode Island   |  Grave   |  Enclosure   |  Inscription   | 
WILLETT, Thomas (8GGF, 1610-1674) Biography   |  First Mayor of New York   |  Successor to Myles Standish   |  Autograph   |  Buried in Rhode Island   |  Grave   |  Enclosure   |  Inscription   |  Monument   | 
WILLETT HOOKER, Mary (7GGM, 1637-1682) Wife of Samuel Hooker of our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers   | 
WOODS, Hannah FARWELL (8GGM, 1667-1739) Mother of Samuel Woods III   |  Descent from Watertown founders 1630   |  Plantagenet descendant   |  In our Plantagenet line   | 
WOODS, Samuel III (7GGF, 1690-1773) Father of Abigail Woods Wheeler   |  Descent from Watertown founders 1630   |  Plantagenet descendant   | 
WOODS WHEELER, Abigail (6GGM, 1726-1786) Descent from Watertown founders 1630   |  Carlisle ancestor   |  Married to Oliver Wheeler I, in our Lexington Russell line   |  In our Plantagenet line   |  Alive 1773   |  Mother of Oliver Wheeler II of Acton   |  Hepzibah Wheeler's mother-in-law   |  Gravestone   |  Acton North Cemetery
WRIGHT ANDERSON PARDOE, Florence Norma (Stepmother) Came to Temple wedding of Dave &Marta
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