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Biography

John William Wheeler was born 1827 in Bisley, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom to Jonathan Wheeler (1791-1855) and Jane Marsh (1792-1867) and died 16 October 1905 in Camden, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Fanny Hopson (1831-1912) 8 August 1849 in Denham Court, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.




Children


Offspring of John William Wheeler and Fanny Hopson (1831-1912)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Rosannah Wheeler (1850-1935)
Edward Wheeler (1852-1916)
Eliza Wheeler (1854-c1934)
Fanny Wheeler (1856-c1916)
Emma Wheeler (1856-1861)
John Wheeler (1858-c1939)
Mary Ann Wheeler (1863-c1944)
Esther Wheeler (1865-c1949)
Emily Wheeler (1867-1940)
Walter Wheeler (1869-1940)
William Charles Wheeler (1872-1948)
Louisa Gertrude Wheeler (1874-c1954)



Namesakes of John William Wheeler (1827-1905)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
John Wheeler (1806-1860)Oneida County, New York, United StatesPoland, Chautauqua County, New York, United StatesJulia Ann Love (1814-1887)
John Wheeler (1591-1670)Salisbury, Wiltshire, EnglandNewbury, Essex County, MassachusettsDominick Wheeler (1565-1615)Mercye Jolley (1569-1615)Anne Yeomans (1595-1662)
John Wheeler (1655-1736)Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United StatesConcord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United StatesThomas Wheeler (1621-1704)Sarah Meriam (c1626-1676)Sarah Stearns (1661-1727)
John William Wheeler (1827-1905)Bisley, Gloucestershire, England, United KingdomCamden, New South Wales, AustraliaJonathan Wheeler (1791-1855)Jane Marsh (1792-1867)Fanny Hopson (1831-1912)



Footnotes (including sources)

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  • AWT:db: elvaboyle, id: I13055 — no longer available
  • AWT:db: rootes, id: I21889 — no longer available

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