Reuban Wheaton

M, (24 May 1779 - 29 March 1831)
Father-Biological*Christopher Wheaton b. 5 Mar 1748, d. 30 May 1798
Mother-Biological*Abigail Brewer b. 4 Dec 1751
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Last Edited=23 Nov 2022
Gravestone of Reuben Wheaton
     Reuban Wheaton was born on 24 May 1779 at Leicester, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Christopher Wheaton and Abigail Brewer.

Reuban Wheaton, age 21, married Abigail Partridge, age 18 , daughter of Samuel Partridge and Elizabeth McIntire, on 22 April 1801 at Leicester, Massachusetts.3,4 Reuban and Abigail Partridge filed marriage intentions on 22 April 1801 at Leicester, Massachusetts.2 Reuban Wheaton died on 29 March 1831 at Warwick, Massachusetts, at age 51.5,6,7,2 He was buried at Warwick Cemetery, Warwick, Massachusetts. Reuban's epitaph reads:

Reuben Wheaton
died Mar. 29, 1831
Æt. 51
I put my trust in the Lord.8,2

His estate was probated on 21 June 1831 at Franklin County, Massachusetts.9 Reuban wrote his will on 8 November 1848 at Warwick, Massachusetts.9

Children of Reuban Wheaton and Abigail Partridge


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  2. Find-a-Grave. Online
  3. Department of Public Health, Registry of Vital Records and Statistics. Massachusetts, U.S., Compiled Marriages, 1633-1850. Provo, Utah: Operations, 2005.
  4. Holbrook Research Institute. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988. Provo, Utah: Operations, 2011.
  5. Town of Warwick, Massachusetts, Town Vital Records, Warwick Town Hall.
  6. Fiske, Arthur D. Cemetery Inscriptions of Warwick, Franklin County, Massachusetts to 186. Seattle, Washington: Fiske Genealogical Foundation, 1985.
  7. Roy, Robert A.. Grave Inscriptions at Warwick, Massachusetts. Lexington Park, Maryland: manuscript, 1985.
  8. Amidon, Ryan M. Warwick Cemetery, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Rt. 78. Gardner, Massachusetts: manuscript, 2001.
  9. Massachusetts, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1635-1991. Lehi, Utah: Operations, 2015.