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John White
1779-1839


Robert White
1817-1842
Francis White
1820-1900
Jean White
> 1814-????

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Hij heeft/had een relatie met Margaret Kennedy.


Kind(eren):

  1. William H. White  1813-1885 
  2. Catherine Boyd White  1814-???? 
  3. Robert White  1817-1842
  4. Jane Brown White  1818-1907 
  5. Francis White  1820-1900 
  6. Elizabeth White  1823-1903 
  7. John Kennedy White  1825-1866 
  8. Jean White  > 1814-????


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Signature with brother James probably at
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Par. 1. John White, 3 (s/o William, 2; John 1) was born February 22, 1779, in Chester County, S. C. On May 26, 1812 he was married to Margaret Kennedy, who had been born in the month of August, 1782. They settled near what was known as "Green Pond" on the farm now owned by the estate of James and Fred Walker, deceased.
John was a soldier in the War of 1812. He served as a ruling elder first in Old Purity Church, and later in Pleasant Grove Church. His death occured January 10, 1839, and his remains were buried in 0ld Purity Cemetery.
He had had strong convictions against slavery during his life time, and his death bed request was that his wife and children leave the South and go West. In accordance with this request, they after his death, moved to Bloomington, Indiana, where they stayed a year. There a young son was buried. The next year the family moved to Marissa, Illinois, and settled. Their descendants are found there in great numbers now.
Margaret died in Marissa September 8, 1858 and was buried in Marissa Cemetery.
To John and Margaret the following children were born:(1) William White, 4. Born April 15, 1813.(2) Katherine Boyd White, 4. Born November 30, 1814.(3) Robert White, 4. Born 1817.(4) Jane Brown White, 4. Born November 1, 1818.(5) Francis (Frank) White, 4. Born November 1, 1820.(6) Elizabeth White, 4. Born April 26, 1823.(7) John Kennedy White, 4. Born July 28, 1825.

Section 1. Record of the Family of John, 3; William, 2; John, 1

Par. 1. William White, 4 (s/o John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born in Chester County on April 15, 1813. On May 27, 1845 he was married to Isabel White Wilson, who had been born on October 11, 1810. They, along with his mother and family, moved first to Indiana and thence to Marissa, Illinois. Isabel died in Marissa April 14, 1857 and was buried there. To them were born the following children:(1) James Francis White, 5. Born April 25, 1842.(2) Mary Ann White, 5. Born 1854.William married a second time on November 28, 1867. His second wife, Maggie Cathcart was born September 20, 1826. William spent most of his life as a farmer near the town of Marissa. He died February 11, 1885; she died December 11, 1905. Both lie buried in Marissa Cemetery. There were no children by this second marriage.

Par. 2. Catherine Boyd White-Nelson, 4 (d/o John, 3; William, 2; John) was born in Chester County on November 30, 1814, near "Green Pond" near Bull Run Creek. After her father s death she, with her mother and brothers and sisters, moved to Indiana and thence to Marissa. Illinois. Katherine married George Nelson on December 16, 1841 and they settled near Marissa. They lie buried in Marissa Cemetery. The following children were born:(1) Margaret Jane Nelson, 5. Born 1843. Married James Nairm; he died January 17, 1931.(2) William Kennedy Nelson, 5. Born 1845.(3) John Nelson, 5. Born 1847.(4) Ashley Nelson, 5. Born 1850.(5) Rebecca Nelson, 5. Born 1854.

Par. 3. Jane Brown White-Wilson, 4 (d/o John, 3; William, 2; John 1) was born November 1, 1818 in Chester County, S. C. Following the father's death she went with the family to Indiana and thence to Marissa Illinois. There she married James Wilson on November 26, 1840, and they settled in Centralia, Illinois. In later years they moved back Marissa where they died and were buried. No children.

Par. 4. Francis (Frank) White, 4 (s/o John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was horn in Chester County on November 1, 1820. He was married to Rebecca McMaster. He moved to Indiana and thence to Marissa, Illinois where they settled on a farm. Rebecca died and was buried there. The following children were born to them:(1) Mary Jane White. 5. Born 1845. Married a Mr. McQuilken.
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(2) Margaret White, 5. Born 1847. Married a Mr. McQuilken.(3) John White, 5. Born 1849.(4) James White, 5. Born 1852.(5) Martha White, 5. Born 1855. Married a Rev. Mr. Crawford.(6) Nancy White, 5. Born 1859. Married James McCreight. She died 1921. Following his wife's death, Frank was married to Mary McAliley of Chester, S. C. He died on August 10, 1900 and was buried in Marissa Cemetery. After his death, his wife moved back to Chester County, S. C., where she died September 14, 1914 and was buried in Old Purity Cemetery. No children by the second wife.

Par. 5. Elizabeth White-Johnson, 4 (d/o John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born April 26, 1823 in Chester County, S. C. She with her mother's family moved to Indiana and thence to Marissa, Illinois. On August 17, 1848 she was married to William Johnson. They settled near Bloomington, Indiana. She died September 3, 1903. Both lie buried at Bloomington, Indiana. The following children were born to them:(1) Margaret Johnson, 5. Married a Mr. Kirk.(2) Katherine (Cassie) Johnson, 5. Married a Mr. Jenkins.(3) Allie Johnson, 5. Married a Mr. Marlin.(4) Ida Johnson, 5. Married a Mr. Brown.

Par. 6. John Kennedy White, 4 (s/o John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born in Chester County July 28, 1825. Moved with the family first to Indiana and then to Marissa, Illinois. He was married first to Nancy McMaster. No children were born to them. At her death, he was married on March 16, 1854 to Margaret Hamilton of Marissa, Illinois, a sister of John Hamilton who was the father of Mrs. J. K. Henry of Chester, S. C. They settled on a farm near Marissa, Illinois. He died August 28, 1866 and was buried in Marissa Cemetery. To them were born the following children:(1) Sara (Sallie) Catherine White, 5. Born January 4, 1855.(2) Margaret Jane White, 5. Born February 6, 1858.(3) John Kennedy White, 5. Born February 9, 1860.(4) Nancy Janet White, 5. Born January 3, 1862.(5) Martha Elizabeth White, 5. Born November 19, 1865.(6) William Garner White, 5.
Section 1. Record of the Family of William White, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1

Par. 1. James Francis White, 5 (s/o William, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Illinois, April 25, 1842. He was married on November 18, 1874, to Lucy Ellen Hamilton. He was a lumber dealer and dairyman. He died June 13, 1912 and was buried in Marissa Cemetery. The following children were born:(1) Cora Bell White, 6. Born September 6, 1875.(2) Mary Ann White, 6. Born 1876. Lives with her mother.(3) Margaret Rowena White, 6. Died young.(4) Lucy Florence White, 6. Died young.(5) William Glenn White, 6. Died young.(6) Robert Hamilton White, 6. Born August 7, 1884.(7) Irene White, 6. School teacher.(8) Eugene Wilson White, 6. Died young.(9) Gail Cathcart White, 6. Born August 21, 1892.(10) Clara Louise Moraleda, 6. Adopted daughter. Born January 28, 1890. Married to Rev. Vincent Dryden Beckett. Children:a. Vincent Joseph Beckett, 7. Born January 2, 1920.b. Louise Mary Beckett, 7. Born June 7, 1921.c. Dora Ruth Beckett, 7. Born July 4, 1923.
Section 2. Record of the Family of John Kennedy White, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1

Par. 1. Sara (Sallie) Katherine White Wylie, 5 (d/o John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Ill., January 4, 1855. She married James A. Wylie, May 6, 1875. She died March 7, 1887. He died July 10, 1930. Both lie buried in Marissa Cemetery. Following children:(1) John White Wylie, 6.(2) Nancy Alice Wylie, 6.(3) James French Wylie, 6.

Par. 2. Margaret Jane (Maggie) White-Nixon, 5 (d/o John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Illinois, on February 6, 1858. She was married May 25, 1880, to John Nixon of Marissa. The following children:(1) Eugene White Nixon, 6. Born January 6, 1885. Married Maud Blair, June 30, 1909. He is now instructor of Physical Culture Dept., Pomona College, Claremont, California.a. Eugene Blair Nixon, 7. Born October 26, 1911.b. John Erskine Nixon, 7. Born June 28, 1917.
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(2) Margaret Anneta Nixon, 6. Born January 20, 1886. Married Sandford E. Ballard, August 7, 1906.a. Lesslie Nixon Ballard, 7. Born February 20, 1911.b. Martha Eloise Ballard, 7. Born Janary 27, 1917.(3) Martha Arabelle Nixon, 6. Born June 21, 1888. Unmarried. English professor at Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio.(4) Ilda Jean Nixon, 6. Born November 23, 1890. Married Matthew White Patrick, on December 30, 1913. Children:a. Margaret Patrick, 7. Born February 15, 1915.b. Matthew White Patrick, 7. Born April 14, 1917.c. Jean Nixon Patrick, 7. Born June 4, 1920.d. Helen Henry Patrick, 7. Born April 12, 1923.

Par. 3. John Kay White, 5 (s/o John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Illinois, February 9, 1860. On November 14, 1889 he was married to Elizabeth Guthrie. Children:(1) Joseph Guthrie White, 6.(2) John Kennedy White, 6.(3) Florence Geneva White, 6.

Par. 4. Nancy Janet (Jennie) White-Ritchie, 5 (d/o John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Illinois, January 3, 1862. On May 17, 1933 she was married to Rev. Charles M. Ritchie. She died April 30, 1884. No children.Par. 5. Martha Elizabeth White-Boyle, 5 (d/o John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Illinois, November 19, 1865. She was married to Samuel Stanley Boyle, October 2, 1888.(1) Samuel Stanley Boyle, 6. Born January 23, 1890. Married Maud Norman, April 25, 1914.(2) Lausayre Boyle, 6. Died young.(3) Clyde Kennedy Boyle, 6. Born October 5, 1897. Married Virginia Powell, July 12, 1930.a. Beverly Kay Boyle, 7. Born October 4, 1931.(4) James Gordon McLeod Boyle, 6. Born December 11, 1899. Married Minora Molles, May 31, 1930.a. James Gordon Stanley Boyle, 7. Born June 19, 1931.

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Section 1. Record of the Family of John, 3; William, 2; John, 1

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Par. 1. William White, 4 (s/o John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born in Chester County on April 15, 1813. On May 27, 1845 he was married to Isabel White Wilson, who had been born on October 11, 1810. They, along with his mother and family, moved first to Indiana and thence to Marissa, Illinois. Isabel died in Marissa April 14, 1857 and was buried there. To them were born the following children:
(1) James Francis White, 5. Born April 25, 1842.
(2) Mary Ann White, 5. Born 1854.
William married a second time on November 28, 1867. His second wife, Maggie Cathcart was born September 20, 1826. William spent most of his life as a farmer near the town of Marissa. He died February 11, 1885; she died December 11, 1905. Both lie buried in Marissa Cemetery. There were no children by this second marriage.

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Par. 2. Catherine Boyd White-Nelson, 4 (d/o John, 3; William, 2; John) was born in Chester County on November 30, 1814, near "Green Pond" near Bull Run Creek. After her father s death she, with her mother and brothers and sisters, moved to Indiana and thence to Marissa. Illinois. Katherine married George Nelson on December 16, 1841 and they settled near Marissa. They lie buried in Marissa Cemetery. The following children were born:
(1) Margaret Jane Nelson, 5. Born 1843. Married James Nairm; he died January 17, 1931.
(2) William Kennedy Nelson, 5. Born 1845.
(3) John Nelson, 5. Born 1847.
(4) Ashley Nelson, 5. Born 1850.
(5) Rebecca Nelson, 5. Born 1854.

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Par. 3. Jane Brown White-Wilson, 4 (d/o John, 3; William, 2; John 1) was born November 1, 1818 in Chester County, S. C. Following the father's death she went with the family to Indiana and thence to Marissa Illinois. There she married James Wilson on November 26, 1840, and they settled in Centralia, Illinois. In later years they moved back Marissa where they died and were buried. No children.

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Par. 4. Francis (Frank) White, 4 (s/o John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was horn in Chester County on November 1, 1820. He was married to Rebecca McMaster. He moved to Indiana and thence to Marissa, Illinois where they settled on a farm. Rebecca died and was buried there. The following children were born to them:
(1) Mary Jane White. 5. Born 1845. Married a Mr. McQuilken.

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(2) Margaret White, 5. Born 1847. Married a Mr. McQuilken.
(3) John White, 5. Born 1849.
(4) James White, 5. Born 1852.
(5) Martha White, 5. Born 1855. Married a Rev. Mr. Crawford.
(6) Nancy White, 5. Born 1859. Married James McCreight. She died 1921. Following his wife's death, Frank was married to Mary McAliley of Chester, S. C. He died on August 10, 1900 and was buried in Marissa Cemetery. After his death, his wife moved back to Chester County, S. C., where she died September 14, 1914 and was buried in Old Purity Cemetery. No children by the second wife.

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Par. 5. Elizabeth White-Johnson, 4 (d/o John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born April 26, 1823 in Chester County, S. C. She with her mother's family moved to Indiana and thence to Marissa, Illinois. On August 17, 1848 she was married to William Johnson. They settled near Bloomington, Indiana. She died September 3, 1903. Both lie buried at Bloomington, Indiana. The following children were born to them:
(1) Margaret Johnson, 5. Married a Mr. Kirk.
(2) Katherine (Cassie) Johnson, 5. Married a Mr. Jenkins.
(3) Allie Johnson, 5. Married a Mr. Marlin.
(4) Ida Johnson, 5. Married a Mr. Brown.

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Par. 6. John Kennedy White, 4 (s/o John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born in Chester County July 28, 1825. Moved with the family first to Indiana and then to Marissa, Illinois. He was married first to Nancy McMaster. No children were born to them. At her death, he was married on March 16, 1854 to Margaret Hamilton of Marissa, Illinois, a sister of John Hamilton who was the father of Mrs. J. K. Henry of Chester, S. C. They settled on a farm near Marissa, Illinois. He died August 28, 1866 and was buried in Marissa Cemetery. To them were born the following children:
(1) Sara (Sallie) Catherine White, 5. Born January 4, 1855.
(2) Margaret Jane White, 5. Born February 6, 1858.
(3) John Kennedy White, 5. Born February 9, 1860.
(4) Nancy Janet White, 5. Born January 3, 1862.
(5) Martha Elizabeth White, 5. Born November 19, 1865.
(6) William Garner White, 5.

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CHAPTER 5

Historical Sketch of Fifth Generation of White Family
Section 1. Record of the Family of William White, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1

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Par. 1. James Francis White, 5 (s/o William, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Illinois, April 25, 1842. He was married on November 18, 1874, to Lucy Ellen Hamilton. He was a lumber dealer and dairyman. He died June 13, 1912 and was buried in Marissa Cemetery. The following children were born:
(1) Cora Bell White, 6. Born September 6, 1875.
(2) Mary Ann White, 6. Born 1876. Lives with her mother.
(3) Margaret Rowena White, 6. Died young.
(4) Lucy Florence White, 6. Died young.
(5) William Glenn White, 6. Died young.
(6) Robert Hamilton White, 6. Born August 7, 1884.
(7) Irene White, 6. School teacher.
(8) Eugene Wilson White, 6. Died young.
(9) Gail Cathcart White, 6. Born August 21, 1892.
(10) Clara Louise Moraleda, 6. Adopted daughter. Born January 28, 1890. Married to Rev. Vincent Dryden Beckett. Children:
a. Vincent Joseph Beckett, 7. Born January 2, 1920.
b. Louise Mary Beckett, 7. Born June 7, 1921.
c. Dora Ruth Beckett, 7. Born July 4, 1923.

Section 2. Record of the Family of John Kennedy White, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1

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Par. 1. Sara (Sallie) Katherine White Wylie, 5 (d/o John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Ill., January 4, 1855. She married James A. Wylie, May 6, 1875. She died March 7, 1887. He died July 10, 1930. Both lie buried in Marissa Cemetery. Following children:
(1) John White Wylie, 6.
(2) Nancy Alice Wylie, 6.
(3) James French Wylie, 6.

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Par. 2. Margaret Jane (Maggie) White-Nixon, 5 (d/o John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Illinois, on February 6, 1858. She was married May 25, 1880, to John Nixon of Marissa. The following children:
(1) Eugene White Nixon, 6. Born January 6, 1885. Married Maud Blair, June 30, 1909. He is now instructor of Physical Culture Dept., Pomona College, Claremont, California.
a. Eugene Blair Nixon, 7. Born October 26, 1911.
b. John Erskine Nixon, 7. Born June 28, 1917.

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(2) Margaret Anneta Nixon, 6. Born January 20, 1886. Married Sandford E. Ballard, August 7, 1906.
a. Lesslie Nixon Ballard, 7. Born February 20, 1911.
b. Martha Eloise Ballard, 7. Born Janary 27, 1917.
(3) Martha Arabelle Nixon, 6. Born June 21, 1888. Unmarried. English professor at Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio.
(4) Ilda Jean Nixon, 6. Born November 23, 1890. Married Matthew White Patrick, on December 30, 1913. Children:
a. Margaret Patrick, 7. Born February 15, 1915.
b. Matthew White Patrick, 7. Born April 14, 1917.
c. Jean Nixon Patrick, 7. Born June 4, 1920.
d. Helen Henry Patrick, 7. Born April 12, 1923.

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Par. 3. John Kay White, 5 (s/o John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Illinois, February 9, 1860. On November 14, 1889 he was married to Elizabeth Guthrie. Children:
(1) Joseph Guthrie White, 6.
(2) John Kennedy White, 6.
(3) Florence Geneva White, 6.

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Par. 4. Nancy Janet (Jennie) White-Ritchie, 5 (d/o John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Illinois, January 3, 1862. On May 17, 1933 she was married to Rev. Charles M. Ritchie. She died April 30, 1884. No children.
Par. 5. Martha Elizabeth White-Boyle, 5 (d/o John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born at Marissa, Illinois, November 19, 1865. She was married to Samuel Stanley Boyle, October 2, 1888.
(1) Samuel Stanley Boyle, 6. Born January 23, 1890. Married Maud Norman, April 25, 1914.
(2) Lausayre Boyle, 6. Died young.
(3) Clyde Kennedy Boyle, 6. Born October 5, 1897. Married Virginia Powell, July 12, 1930.
a. Beverly Kay Boyle, 7. Born October 4, 1931.
(4) James Gordon McLeod Boyle, 6. Born December 11, 1899. Married Minora Molles, May 31, 1930.
a. James Gordon Stanley Boyle, 7. Born June 19, 1931.
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CHAPTER 6

Historical Sketch of Sixth Generation of White Family
Section 1. Record of the Family of James Francis White, 5; William, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1

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Par. 1. Cora Bell White-McClintock, 6 (d/o James Francis, 5;. William, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born on September 6, 1875 at Marissa, Illinois. On February 17, 1913 she was married to Louis Edward McClintock of Marissa Illinois. (Born 9-16-1916.)
There were no children by this union, but one adopted child:
(1) Dale Edward McClintock, 7. Born September 16, 1916.

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Par. 2. Robert Hamilton White, 6 (s/o James Francis, 5; William, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born on August 7, 1884 at Marissa, Illinois. On February 19, 1913 he was married to Mary Elizabeth Statler. To them were born three children:
(1) Betty Ellen White, 7. Born March 26, 1917.
(2) James Francis White, II, 7. Born September 18, 1920.
(3) Gilbert Statler White, 7. Born March 12, 1927.

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Par. 3. Gail Cathcart White-Simpson, 6 (d/o James Francis, 5; William, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born on August 21, 1892 at Marissa, Illinois. On August 9, 1917 she was married to the Rev. John Earnest Simpson. To them were born the following children:
(1) Frances Ellen Simpson, 7. Born September 11, 1920.
(2) John White Simpson, 7. Born September 29, 1922.
Please turn to end of Chapter 6.

Section 2. Record of the Family of Margaret Jane White-Nixon, 5.
(d/o William, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1

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Par. 1. Ilda Jean Nixon-Patrick, 6 (d/o James Francis, 5;
William, 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born on November
23, 1890 at Marissa, Illinois. She graduated from Erskine College, Due West, S. C. On December 30, 1913 she was married to Matthew White Patrick of White Oak, S. C. To them were born the following children:
(1) Margaret Patrick, 7. Born February 15, 1915.
(2) Matthew White Patrick, 7. Born April 14, 1917.
(3) Jean Nixon Patrick, 7. Born June 4, 1920.
(4) Helen Henry Patrick, 7. Born April 12, 1923.
Please turn to end of Chapter 6.

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Section 3. Record of the Family of John Kennedy White, 5; John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1

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Par. 1. Joseph Guthrie White, 6 (s/o John K., 5; John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born on November 19, 1890 at Marissa, Illinois. On February 27, 1912 he was married to Ella Brown. To them were born the following children:
(1) Joseph Brown White, 7. Born November 29, 1912.
(2) John A. White, 7. Born January 12, 1914.
(3) Hazel Anita White, 7. Born May 23, 1919.
(4) Joella Jane White, 7. Born January 7, 1933.

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Par. 2. John Kennedy White, 6 (s/o John K., 5; John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born January 23, 1898 at Marissa, Illinois. On May 2, 1925 he was married to Helen Lafferty, school teacher. There were no children by this union.

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Par. 3. Florence Geneva White, 6 (d/o John K., 5; John K., 4; John, 3; William, 2; John, 1) was born on January 12, 1901 at Marissa, Illinois. She is a school-teacher, and unmarried.

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  • De temperatuur op 22 februari 1779 lag rond de 6,0 °C. De wind kwam overheersend uit het west-zuid-westen. Typering van het weer: donker. Bron: KNMI
  • Erfstadhouder Prins Willem V (Willem Batavus) (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was van 1751 tot 1795 vorst van Nederland (ook wel Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden genoemd)
  • In het jaar 1779: Bron: Wikipedia
    • 12 april » Spanje neemt deel aan de Amerikaanse Onafhankelijkheidsoorlog met het Verdrag van Aranjuez
    • 13 mei » Beierse Successieoorlog eindigt met het Verdrag van Teschen dat in Cieszyn gesloten wordt tussen Oostenrijk en Pruisen. Oostenrijk kreeg de Innviertel en deed afstand van de rest van Beieren.
    • 6 december » Première van de opera L'isola disabitata van Joseph Haydn.

  • De temperatuur op 10 januari 1839 lag rond de 1,0 °C. De wind kwam overheersend uit het west-noord-westen. Typering van het weer: half bewolkt. Bron: KNMI
  • De Republiek der Verenigde Nederlanden werd in 1794-1795 door de Fransen veroverd onder leiding van bevelhebber Charles Pichegru (geholpen door de Nederlander Herman Willem Daendels); de verovering werd vergemakkelijkt door het dichtvriezen van de Waterlinie; Willem V moest op 18 januari 1795 uitwijken naar Engeland (en van daaruit in 1801 naar Duitsland); de patriotten namen de macht over van de aristocratische regenten en proclameerden de Bataafsche Republiek; op 16 mei 1795 werd het Haags Verdrag gesloten, waarmee ons land een vazalstaat werd van Frankrijk; in 3.1796 kwam er een Nationale Vergadering; in 1798 pleegde Daendels een staatsgreep, die de unitarissen aan de macht bracht; er kwam een nieuwe grondwet, die een Vertegenwoordigend Lichaam (met een Eerste en Tweede Kamer) instelde en als regering een Directoire; in 1799 sloeg Daendels bij Castricum een Brits-Russische invasie af; in 1801 kwam er een nieuwe grondwet; bij de Vrede van Amiens (1802) kreeg ons land van Engeland zijn koloniën terug (behalve Ceylon); na de grondwetswijziging van 1805 kwam er een raadpensionaris als eenhoofdig gezag, namelijk Rutger Jan Schimmelpenninck (van 31 oktober 1761 tot 25 maart 1825).
  • In het jaar 1839: Bron: Wikipedia
    • Nederland had zo'n 2,9 miljoen inwoners.
    • 2 januari » Louis Daguerre neemt de eerste foto van de maan.
    • 25 januari » Michael Faraday suggereert als eerste de mogelijkheid van fotografie
    • 17 juni » Koning Kamehameha III van Hawaï verleent de Rooms-katholieken onder Franse druk godsdienstvrijheid.
    • 18 juni » Willem III der Nederlanden trouwt met Sophie van Württemberg.
    • 2 juli » Opstand op het slavenschip La Amistad.
    • 20 september » De eerste Nederlandse spoorweg, tussen Haarlem en Amsterdam, wordt in gebruik genomen.


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