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Wheeler family in Loudoun County
Posted by: Opal R. Wheeler Bunce Date: January 10, 2001 at 06:39:12
  of 1800

I am looking for the parents of my ggggrandfather, James Wheeler, born in Loudoun County, VA in 1758. He served in the Revolution under Colonel Peyton. He left Virginia about 1784 and moved to Pendleton District South Carolina. He lived there 40 years and moved to Jackson County Georgia around 1820 having received land in the land lotteries. He applied for a Revolutionary war pension in 1832 and was ganted one. In his affadavit(application), he stated the facts listed above. I have the genealogy of his descendents as well and that of his brother John Wheeler, born 1755, who also came to Jackson County Georgia. From the Tithetables, it appears that there was a John Wheeler in Loudoun County in 1772. Can anyone give me information concerning any of the Wheelers of Loudoun County?


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