Saquana Wheelock - TestsForge Expert Profiles


Professor Saquana Wheelock joined the University Pennsylvania in 2004. He was a visiting professor (2001-2002) with the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory. Feature articles about Saquana Wheelock's work have appeared in NewsDay. Professor Saquana Wheelock joined us in 2007 as the part-time expert. His research interests are in Check Point Security Administration NGX, Check Point Security issue, Citrix Access Suite 4.0, Citrix Provisioning Server, Citrix XenApp 6 and so on. Now he is the principle expert on Check Point and Citrix certification exam preparation. Professor Saquana Wheelock’s great work make our certification exam prep program stand out of the crowd. Professor Saquana Wheelock is the member of the Wheelock Family in the United States, with an emphasis on the Charlton, MA Wheelocks. He and his brother develop and maintain the famouse website wheelockgenealogy at the part time. It’s the website that have the Wheelock History, Wheelock Bibliography, Biographies of Notable Wheelocks, Wheelock Mysteries and so on. The following are some work Saquana Wheelock did for this website.


1. Write and revised the article of “New Hampshire Soldiers from Wheelock family in the Revolutionary War”. It’s is a compilation of Wheelock Revolutionary War soldiers from New Hampshire.

…His brothers marched in response to the Lexington Alarm, but Ithamar was probably too young at the time. Ithamar is reported to be buried in the "Old Center Cemetery", in Jaffrey, NH…

 

2. He has do some research and write the biography for Rev. Eleazar Wheelock who was born in 1711 and died in 1779. He graduated from Yale in 1733, sharing with his future brother-in-law, Rev. Benjamin Pomeroy, the first award of the Dean Berkeley Donation for the distinction in classics.

…Some turned profligate and in other ways failed to successfully pursue the charter of missionary work…

 

3. For the funny purpose only, he created the mysteries page about the Wheelock family. It’s discusses some of the mysteries associated with the study of the Wheelock surname.

…This is the daughter of Rev. Ralph Wheelock and Rebecca, as recorded by William S. Tilden in "The History of Medfield, 1650 - 1886"…

 

4. According to the history, many members of the Wheelock family joined the Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War. Saquana Wheelock makes a compilation of the Wheelocks that appear in this war.

…discharged Oct. 10, 1780; service, 3 mos. 11 days, including 10 days (200 miles) travel home; regiment raised in Worcester Co. to reinforce Continental Army for 3 months …

 

5. With the resource, many members of the Wheelock family joined the Vermont Revolutionary War. For this reason, Saquana Wheelock created the Vermont Soldiers in the Revolutionary War page.

…As a young man he moved to Sanbornton, NH, then to Littleton, NH, Coventry, VT, and finally Newport, VT, where he died…

 

6. One of the most importing things Saquana Wheelock did was create the history page of the Wheelock family. He told us he spent about 3 years to research all the history from all the resources.

…In the 1680's two children of Rev. Ralph Wheelock moved to the nearby settlement of Mendon. One of them, Benjamin, established a line there, and is listed as one of the founders of the town …

 

7. The Bibliography page was also completed by Professor Saquana Wheelock.

…The life of Alexander Phelps and his many interactions with Rev. Wheelock, and the Wheelock family, is skillfully woven into the context of New England history …

 

8. Professor Saquana Wheelock also collected the Probate from all the Wheelock family. You can find all the information from the massreco.htm page.

…the towns of Bellingham, Dedham, Norfolk, Medfield, Franklin, Wrentham, Quincy, Randolph, Roxbury, and Walpole. The County was established in 1793 from Suffolk County …

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