Age: 84 years. The Mayor’s wife couldn’t be more different from her husband – but are they on the same side of the EU debate? In his letters, he comes across as a most respectful loving, son and brother. Caroline Wheeler was appointed deputy political editor of The Sunday Times in 2017. Inspired by female groups The Shirelles and The Ronettes whom they hoped to emulate, they began performing together professionally. Nil. He writes “I think it a great honour for Oakley having a VC in so small a village. × [9] The album's lead single, "Livin' in the Light", became Caron's first number-one single as a solo artist in the US. The album was recorded in Japan and features live performances of her songs as well as songs Wheeler recorded during her time with Soul II Soul. Officially he died of pneumonia, although fellow prisoners would write later and say it was due to bad treatment and malnutrition. In a letter dated 21st October 1917 he writes “I am not altogether a soldier yet and never will be for this child was not cut out for it.
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Camp Parchim) Cause of Death Officially Pneumonia, unofficially bad treatment and malnutrition Age at death 19 Buried Le Quesnoy, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France Family, Father: Charles Wheeler (born 18th November 1871, Brill, Bucks; baptised 11 February 1872, Oakley Church; married 14th April 1895, Oakley Church; occupation shoemaker / bootmaker; died December 1938, age 67; died 27th December 1938, School Lane, Oakley, Bucks; buried 30th December 1938, Oakley Church) Mother: Caroline Emily Wheeler nee Measey (born 31st January 1872, Oakley, Bucks; baptised 4th August 1872, Oakley Church; married 14th April 1895, Oakley Church; died 27th October 1950, age 78, Oakley, Bucks; buried 30th October 1950, Oakley Church) Brothers (2) Richard George Wheeler (born 1900, Brill, Bucks; baptised, 6th May 1900, Brill, Bucks; married to Lily Adelaide Jennings on 31st July 1926 in Charlton-on-Otmoor; occupation builder and labourer; died October 1970, age 70, Brill Road, Oakley; cremated 15th October 1970, Headington crematorium) Arthur Robert Wheeler (born 11 November 1904, Oakley, Bucks; baptised 12th February 1905, Oakley, Bucks; married 10 November 1934 to Mabel Kate Hawes in Oakley Church; occupation farmer; died 19th February 1981, Oakley, Bucks; buried February 1981, Oakley Church) Sisters (2) Constantine (Connie) Wheeler (born 1897, Brill, Bucks; died 9th March 1919, Oakley, Bucks; buried 12th March 1919, Oakley Church) Hilda Kate Wheeler (later Mole) (born 15th June 1902, Oakley Bucks; baptised 24th August 1902, Oakley Church; married 12 June 1923 to Frank Mole in Oakley Church; died 31st January 1957, Ludgershall, Bucks, age 55; buried January 1957, Ludgershall, Bucks) Paternal Grandfather: Richard Wheeler (born January 1840, Brill, Bucks; baptised 28th January 1840, Brill, Bucks; married 21 September 1869, Beckley, Oxfordshire; occupation shoemaker / boot maker; died February 1912; age 72, buried 19th February 1912) Paternal Grandmother: Emma Wheeler nee Field (born 1830, Beckley, Oxon, location; baptised 10th April 1830, Beckley, Oxfordshire; married 21 September 1869, Beckley, Oxfordshire; died 1890, age 60, buried 7th November 1890) Maternal Grandfather: George Henry Measey (born 1845, Oakley, Bucks; baptised 9th October 1845, Oakley Church; married 16th May 1869, Oakley Church; occupation Farmer; died March 1930, Stone Hospital; buried 13 March 1930, Oakley Church) Maternal Grandmother: Elizabeth Measey nee Peesley (born 29th December 1845, Horton-cum-Studley; married 16th May 1869, Oakley Church; died November 1926, Little London, Bucks; buried 15th November 1926, Oakley Church), Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919.
Wheeler felt the group should have been producing more contemporary songs and not just replicating the old sound. In October 1992, the album's lead single "I Adore You" was released with moderate success. Do you know someone who can help? The subscription details associated with this account need to be updated. Please reset your password. In 2006, Wheeler released her live album Live at Duo Music Exchange.

The album spawned the major hits "Keep on Movin'" and "Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)", which featured Wheeler as lead vocalist and sold over one million copies worldwide each. Becoming a Find a Grave member is fast, easy and FREE.