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Everett Pepperrell Wheeler, American lawyer. Member Board of Education, New York, 1877-1879.

Background

Wheeler, Everett Pepperrell was born on March 10, 1840 in New York, New York, United States. Son of David E. and Elizabeth (Jarvis) Wheeler.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, College City of New York, 1856, A.M., 1859. Bachelor of Laws, Harvard, 1859. (honorary Master of Arts, Dartmouth, 1861).

Career

Honorary S. H. Hodges, of Rutland, Vermont, November 22, 1866 (died 1902). Married second, Alice, d. President Daniel Coit Gilman, April 26, 1904.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Wages and the Tariff, 1888. Modern Law of Carriers, 1890. Real Bimetallism, 1895.

      The Harter Act, 1899. The Knowledge of Faith, 1904. Daniel Webster, Expounder of the Constitution, 1905.

      Sixty Years of American Life, 1916. A Lawyer’s Study of the Bible, 1919.

Membership

Member Board of Education, New York, 1877-1879.

Connections

Married Lydia Loraine, d.; married second, Alice, d.

father:
David E. Wheeler

mother:
Elizabeth (Jarvis) Wheeler

spouse:
Lydia Loraine

spouse:
Alice