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WHEELOCK, Julia Susan, hospital nurse, born in Avon, Ohio, 7 October, 1833. She was taken to Erie county, Pennsylvania, in 1837, and in 1855 went to Michigan, where she was educated in Kalamazoo college. In September, 1862, she was summoned from Ionia. Mich., where she was teaching, to the bedside of her brother, who had been wounded at the second battle of Bull Run, and after his death she continued to serve in hospitals till the end of the war. In 1865-'73 she held a clerkship in the United States treasury department, and on 28 May, 1873, she married Parter C. Freeman, with whom she has since resided in Middleville. Mich., and Springfield, Missouri Her journal was published as " The Boys in White : the Experience of a Hospital Agent in and around Washington" (New York, 1870).
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