The Wheeler connection is not the Jubal son of John W., but an earlier Jubilee/Jubal, note the dates I gave you.You're getting so much all at once, it will take a bit to sort it all out.
Here is additional information from the Bible of John W., from another "Wheeler Cousin":
[Two notations written in Bible, different handwriting]: Richard G. Moore Was Born in Randolph County North carolina in the year of 1782 and Removed to Rutherford county in the same stat and Profest Religion in the M.E. church until his death which was in october 1863 aged about 82 years. F. M. Wheeler was Born Jan 12th 1838 Dide in Mississippy far from home and relations the Oct 16, 1862. sis [?says] me to tell his relations to meet him in heven for he was going thare. [NOTE:*CSA records indicated Farmer M. Wheeler d in hospital, Columbus, MS 30 Oct 1862]. *************
Grayson County TX Oak Wood Cemetery Whitesboro [My husband was born in Whitesboro and some of his family/ancestors are buried in the Oakwood Cemetery, I have visited that cemetery.His Wheeler kin are buried in adifferent cemetery.]
WHEELERJN25MAY181519NOV1885 REVEREND [Looks like an error on John's headstone, middle initial should be W. for Wesley]
John Wesley Wheeler was a farmer and ordained Methodist Episcopal minister.
John Wesley is the unproven s/o John Wheeler b c1787 Bedford Co., VA and Sukey McCormack b c1786 probably Bedford Co.They md 14 Sept 1807 in Bedford Co.John is the unproven s/o William Wheeler & Sarah Wright [patri/matriarchs of the Jackson Co, TN Wheelers]. *******
Note information on my husband's Jubal/Jubilee Wheeler, from same lady as the above info -- Jubal "Jubilee" Wheeler is listed in "200 Years of Jackson County History" as being the son of John Wheeler.Jubilee was born 22 December 1801, six years before John Wheeler married Sukey McCormack.John Wheeler is older than Jubilee Wheeler by only eight years. [Looks like your John Wesley, son of John, and my husband's Jubilee are not brothers.] *********
OLD LAND RECORDS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, ALABAMA, by Margaret Cowart, L.O.C. #F332 .F83 C68:
Adjoining tracts in the Blue Lick Community, Franklin Co., AL: John Wheeler received Land Warrant #13405 dated 5 October 1839 for 159.75 Acres being the SW 1/4 of Sec 13 Tp 6S R14Woriginally assigned by BLM to Stephen Adams.John received Land Warrant #13407 dated 5 Oct 1839 for 160 Acres being the NE 1/4 of Section 23 TP 6S R14 W.Warrants #13405 and #13407 were in the Blue Lick Community.
Farmer Moore (John 's son John Wesley married Farmer Moore's sister Anna] received Land Warrant #16027 dated 23 Oct 1840 for 160 Acres being the SE 1/4 of Sec 23 Tp 6 S R14W.This was in the Blue Lick Community. Richard Moore [father of Anna] received Land Warrant #14407 dated 16 Jan 1840 for 160.40 Acres being the NE 1/4 of Sec 13 Tp 6S R 14 W.This was in the Blue Lick Community. [Farmer Wheeler, son of John Wesley Wheeler was probably named for his mother's brother the above Farmer Moore.] *******************
[Neighboring county to Douglas Co, MO, looks like John, father of John Wesley Wheeler]:
1850 U. S. Census, Taney County, Missouri, 1860 Swan Twp: J. Wheler[sic]61VA Parson S. Wheler62VA H.W. Wheler30 TN S. Wheler20TN [Susan later married Leonard Smith]
1860 U. S. Census, Taney County, Missouri, Swan Twp, P. O. Forsyth, MO: WHEELER, John 71 VA Methodist Clergyman ", Susan71 VA
"Cousin Wheeler" sent more information on branches of the family, but even I can't keep it all straight, no use adding to your confusion.Some of these Wheeler Cousins have been working on this line for years, and I think they know everyone by name in Jackson Co, TN.