The eldest son of Eleazar Wheelock who was the founder and first president of Dartmouth College; John Wheelock succeeded his father as the College’s second president.- John Wheelock
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American Congregational minister, orator, and educator in Lebanon, Connecticut, for 35 years before founding Dartmouth College in New Hampshire.
In 1771, four students were graduated in Dartmouth's first commencement, including Wheelock's son John.
Defunct institution in New Hampshire which existed from 1817 to 1819.
The College Trustees had dismissed President John Wheelock, and his allies in Concord sought to reinstate him through legislation.
American child prodigy of the 19th century who gained fame as a mental calculator.
Passing through Hanover, New Hampshire, John Wheelock, then-president of Dartmouth College, offered to take upon himself the whole care and expense of his education, but his father rejected the offer.
American soldier and politician.
He was the grandson of Eleazar Wheelock, the founder of Dartmouth College, and the nephew of John Wheelock, the college's president.
African American teacher, scholar, diplomat, and author who different sources say was born in either Lebanon, Connecticut, or Thetford, Vermont.
While attending the school, Saunders gained the respect of Dartmouth President John Wheelock.
Political figure in Nova Scotia.
Obadiah's third cousin (Eleazar's son), John Wheelock, was Dartmouth's founding president.
English surname and given name.
John Wheelock (1754–1817), American college president
American educator and physicist.
He was the first Dartmouth president since John Wheelock who was not a member of the clergy, yet his deep appreciation of the importance of broad-based scholarship to the moral and spiritual growth of students was internationally recognized.