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Acton, Massachusetts Evolution of Acton’s Boundaries: Topographical map   |  Acton boundaries, 1735   |  Oliver Wheeler's homestead   |  Acton's North Cemetery   |  Wheeler Lane in Acton context   |  Wheeler Mill   |  Acton boundaries by 1757   |  Acton boundaries by 1954

Acton from Carlisle's point of view:   |  Part of Acton became Carlisle   |  Wheelers "of Acton" settled in Carlisle   |  Wheeler Lane   |  Carlisle Road   |  North Cemetery   |  Carlisle town line   |  Jonathan Wheeler   |  Jonathan Wheeler's homestead   |  Oliver Wheeler I   |  Oliver Wheeler II   |  Heroes at Concord Bridge   |  Oliver II & Hepzibah Munroe Wheeler   |  Oliver & Hepzibah married "in Acton"   |  Hannah & Oliver Wheeler III   |  Abi Wheeler  | 
Arlington, Massachusetts As Menotomy, an early precinct of Cambridge   |  Purchased our “Timbaloo” in 1973  |  Joseph Munroe lived in?   |  Jason Russell House   | 
Billerica, Massachusetts Northernmost point in old New Towne   |  Part became Carlisle   |  Hepzibah Munroe's birthplace   |  Current house on Munroe homestead lot   |  Granny Hepzibah Presentation  |  The Center   |  Corporal Joe Munroe   |  Oliver II & Hepzibah Munroe Wheeler   |  Oliver & Hepzibah married  |  Doctor Joseph Munroe
Boston, Massachusetts General Court, 1630 Watertown came first
Brigham City, Utah Seely homestead   |  Cemetery
Brick-End House Built later at Adams homestead   |  Current (2002) appearance
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