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Wheeler, Daniel, 1771-1840

 Person

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Gulielma M. Howland Collection

 Collection
Identifier: HC.MC-1000
Abstract In these papers collected by Gulielma Howland are letters or other writings of such notable Quakers as George Dillwyn, Susanna Dillwyn, Samuel Emlen, John Fothergill,, Rebecca Grellet, Hannah Griffitts, Sarah Moore Grimke, Hill family, Margaret H. Hilles, James Logan, Margaret Hill Morris, Milcah Martha Moore, James and John Pemberton,, Daniel B. Smith, John Smith, Margaret H. Smith, Roberts Vaux, Daniel Wheeler and Thomas Wistar.
Dates: ca. 1700-1867

Isaac Shoemaker scrapbook

 Collection
Identifier: HC.MC-975-04-018
Scope and Content note This collection is composed of the single volume scrapbook of Isaac Shoemaker. The volume includes portraits of Shoemaker's family, including: Charles Shoemaker, Elizabeth Robeson, Susan Wood, Hannah Taylor, Abraham M. Taylor, George Washington, Daniel Wheeler, Robert Morton. Also includes sketches of Meeting houses, landscapes, including landscapes from South Carolina, Louisiana, western prairies, Spanish Missions in Texas, landscapes in Pennsylvania, landscapes at Yosemite, and sketches of...
Dates: 1841-1866

Daniel Wheeler commonplace book

 Collection
Identifier: HC.MC-975-03-041
Scope and Content note This collection is comprised of the single volume commonplace book of Daniel Wheeler. Included in the volume are letters from Wheeler's children, an account of the last illness of Jane Wheeler, and a poem by his son William Wheeler.
Dates: 1832-1837

Daniel Wheeler family papers

 Collection
Identifier: SFHL-SC-145
Abstract This collection includes papers of Daniel Wheeler. Included are accounts of the family while living in Russia, a description of the death of Daniel's wife Jane, letters from Daniel and his daughter Sarah to their friend Ellis Yarnall and his daughter Sarah. Also included are letters to various other Quakers, concerning issues of Quaker spirituality, and an account of the death of Daniel Wheeler by his daughter Sarah.
Dates: 1820-1843