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Thomas and Susannah WHEELER of Lincoln County, North Carolina
Posted by: June Stewart (ID *****7886) Date: March 18, 2014 at 19:07:10
  of 2014

Parents unknown, birthplace unknown, wife's maiden name unknown.

WHEELER family appears to have ties to GUINN, McMINN families.

Did his daughters Elizabeth and Sarah marry?

Thomas WHEELER left a will. He had 4 daughters and no sons.

Descendants of Thomas Wheeler

1 Thomas Wheeler b: Bet. 1740 - 1755 d: Jul 1811 in Lincoln County, North Carolina
. +Susannah ? b: Bet. 1750 - 1755 d: Aft. 1811 in Lincoln County, North Carolina

.... 2 Annie Wheeler b: Abt. 1770 in North Carolina d: Bet. 1840 - 1843 in Lincoln County, Missouri
........ +George Guinn b: Abt. 1760 in Virginia d: 18 Mar 1837 in Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri m: 23 Feb 1789 in Lincoln County, North Carolina

.... 2 Elizabeth Wheeler

.... 2 Sarah Wheeler

.... 2 Rachel Wheeler b: Bef. 1795 in North Carolina
........ +William McMinn b: Bef. 1795 m: 21 Dec 1810 in Lincoln County, North Carolina

The will of Thomas Wheeler dated in July 1811 and proved in 1811 in Lincoln County Court reads as follows:

"In the name of God amen. I, Thos. Wheeler of Lincoln County and State of North Carolina being of a sound and perfect mind and memory Blessed Be God do this twenty ninth day of July one thousand Eight hundred and Eleven make and publish this my Last will and testament in manner as following that to say First I give and bequeath to my Beloved Wife Susannah all my estate real and personal During her Naterl (sic) Life and after Dec. to be Equal Divided Between my four Daughters, Anna, Elizabeth, Sarah, Rachel, and I here by make and ordain my Wife Sole executrix to this my Last Will and Testament in witness where of I have set my hand & seal the Date and Day above.
Thomas Wheeler seal
Jno. Turbyville & alexr. M. Corklin witnesses proved the hand writing of the testator.

Susannah died after 1811.

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