Bio: Wheelock, J. H.

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----Source: 1881 History of Northern Wisconsin, page 1030


Biographical Sketch of J. H. Wheelock.

J. H. WHEELOCK. clerk, Medford; was born in Milwaukee, Wis., August 26, 1852. When ten years of age his parents moved to Washington Co. In 1858 they went to Waukesha Co., where he attended the school known as St. John's Hall. Going to Mineral Point he entered Dr. R. D. Pulford's drug store; his health failing in 1865 he went South, and was employed on the railroads. He remained there ten years and then came to Green Bay, and from there to Medford in June, 1876. He was Town Clerk and Justice in 1877 and '78, and was connected with the newspaper till Jan. 1. 1830, when he took the office of Deputy Treasurer for Taylor Co. He was married in 1871, but lost his wife and was married again in 1880, to Miss Fannie Wheeler, of Wisconsin. Mr. Wheelock is an Odd Fellow, belongs to the Temple of Honor and is a member of the Episcopal Church.



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