Hepsabet Wheeler

F, #2345
FatherEphraim Wheeler1


Caleb McWilliams
Family BackgroundGrant - Klinger Ancestry and Allied Families


     Hepsabet and Caleb McWilliams were married before 1801.1
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     On 23 June 1801, Hepsabet was granted 200 acres of land in King Township of the Home District. The land comprised lot 12 of the 3rd concession. Hepsabet was residing in York (now Toronto) with her husband, Caleb, at the time of the order. This is the land she likely received for the service of her father, Ephraim Wheeler, as a Loyalist to the Crown during the American Revolution.1
Last Edited30 Jul 2016


  1. [S1520] Township Papers, King - Kingston (to p. 397), microfilm 1378133: page 449, warrant, 376, survey 435, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as King Township Papers.
  2. [S922] King Township, York County Land Records, Volume 1: 22077, Registrar of Deeds (North), Newmarket, Ontario. Hereinafter cited as King Township Deeds.