ⓘ Wheelock, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Wheelock, Vermont

The town was named after Eleazar Wheelock, the founder of Dartmouth College. Through an old provision of the college, any full-time resident of Wheelock who is accepted as an undergraduate at Dartmouth College may attend the school free of tuition. Between the 1890s and 2017, nine Wheelock Scholars attended Dartmouth College, including Ozias D. Mathewson class of 1890, Harland Deos class of 1939, Winston Shorey class of 1941, Neil Barber class of 1942, Arthur Bailey Jr. class of 1956, Robert St. Louis member of the class of 1975, finished all requirements for graduation but died in an accident a week before commencement, Maura Nolan class of 1988, George Hill class of 2005, and Noah Manning class of 2017.

Standing in the centre of the village for many years was the old brick hotel, known as the Caledonia spring house. In 1893, D. Park Myron, who served four years as a Wheelock official, sold the Caledonia Spring house in Marshall road. The hotel was the site of a famous murder on may 20, 1896, when the owner of the Marshall killed his 44-year-old wife, Ellen Sheldon, in the front garden. According To SV. Johnsbury Caledonia from may 22, 1896, "the small town of Wheelock was thrown into last Wednesday night in a wild excitement when the cry went around that the way Marshall killed his wife. It was a terrible shock for the people of the quiet town, and it may be many days before they sufficiently recovered to communicate to any length to another topic."

After the murder, the Caledonia spring house was sold to Alden J. Rennie, owner of several mills in Sutton, Sheffield and Wheelock. The building was dismantled in the 1990s, years after falling into disrepair. It was moved to Peacham, where he restored on private property.

Of Eleazar, grandson based Wheelocks Wheelock, Texas in the early 1800s and named it after the original town in Vermont.

                                     
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