1Albert Gallatin Wheeler Jr., The Genealogical and Encyclopedic History of the Wheeler Family in America, pp. 21-22 (1914).
"113. JOHN WHEELER, son of William (101) and Hannah (Buss) Wheeler. Born at Concord, Mass., May 10, 1668. Killed by Indians at Oyster River (Durham, N. H.) April 27, 1706. It is almost certain that one of his children was killed at the same time as the administrator of his estate mentions the funeral expenses of a child dying practically the same date. No wife is named and three sons (minors) appear to have been sole heirs. The guardianship of these boys was granted to their uncle William Wheeler. of Concord, Mass., Dec. 10, 1711, at which time William and Richard were old enough to choose their guardian viz., (14 years) but Joseph was not. The account of the guardianship being rendered and allowed June 8, 1719. the wards had presumably come of age. June 13, 1719, William Wheeler, "of Dorchester, Mass., carpenter," sells to Joseph Wheeler, "of Concord, Mass., tailor, " all of his interest in the homestead at Durham, N. H., of his father, John Wheeler. On Nov. 17, 1727, Richard Wheeler, "of Concord, Mass., housewright," sells to Joseph Wheeler, "of Durham, N. H., yeoman," all his interest in the homestead at Durham, N. H., of his father, John Wheeler.
136. WILLIAM WHEELER.
137. RICHARD WHEELER. He may be No. 17948.
138. JOSEPH WHEELER.".