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A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY
OF THE DESCENDANTS OF
PETER WHITE, OF NEW JERSEY, FROM 1670,
AND OF WILLIAM WHITE AND
DEBORAH TILTON HIS WIFE
JAMES E. WHITE,
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" Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap."
Reader, what Seed are you sowing?
ST. JOHN, N. B.:
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This little book makes no pretention to literary merit. Indeed
I icz - it will not require a critic of much acuteness or experience
to detect within its pages many defects of style and diction. I
trust, however, that no reader will feel disposed to censure me
for any literary blemishes he may discover, when he remembers
that in my youth children lacked the advantages available to-day
through our common school system, and that, as a rule, the schools
of my boyhood's time were in charge of teachers who, in country
districts at least, were paid the most meagre pittance for salary,
and were compelled to " board round," living, a week or so in
turn, with each family sending pupils to the school. I have to
confess, regretfully, that the small scholastic knowledge I possess,
is limited to the scanty store I was able to acquire during some
three winters' attendance at one of these old-time schools, supple-
mented by such stray gleanings as I found opportunity to make
during a life of almost constant business activity. I would there-
fore have been glad had some hand, better qualified than mine,
assumed the task I have aimed to accomplish in writing this book.
I have undertaken the work myself only after having failed to
induce others to perform it.
I believe that most people, especially in later life, are interested
in their family history, and anxious to learn as much as possible
in regard to their ancestral tree. At the same time I have to
regret, that it was not till within the last few years, that I began
fully to realize the value of this class of information. Had I
been earlier impressed with its importance, I could, I feel sure,
have gathered, from lips now sealed in death, much matter in
regard to our family history, which is now unattainable because
no one took timely thought to gather and preserve it. Taught
by this experience, I would urge every young man, whose eyes
may light on these pages, to let slip no opportunity to search out
and preserve in writing all available information as to his
ancestry and family history, which, existing only in the memories
of persons living, is liable at any time to be forgotten, or forever
buried in the grave.
I am greatly indebted for much valuable assistance in this
work to the Reverend William White Hance, an Episcopal clergy-
man residing in Eatontown, New Jersey, who is a descendant of
Thomas White, of Deal, Kent County, England (1670), and who
has expended much time and skill in researches into the White
family history. I became acquainted with the Rev. Mr. White
through my daughter, Mrs. Morris, then residing in Philadelphia,
and to her also I am indebted for much valuable assistance, which
she rendered me in searching old records and monuments in New
Jersey and New York States.
It is my intention to distribute copies of this book among the
descendants of William White, the Loyalist, and I will gladly,
upon application made to me, give a copy to any such descendant
to whom, or to whose immediate family, a copy shall not, at the
time of application, have been already sent.
While, as I have already intimated, the work of collecting and
verifying the information contained in this little volume proved
much greater than I anticipated in undertaking the work, it has
afforded pleasant- occupation for many leisure hours during the
closing years of a life which God has been mercifully pleased ^o
extend long beyond the Scriptural span of three score years and
May I add that much of -the pleasure I have had in preparing
this work has arisen from the hope I entertain, that the perusal
of these pages may now and again help to recall or awaken in
the minds of those who read them, kindly thoughts of the writer,
when the hand that now pens this is at rest forever.
JAMES E. WHITE.
St. John, N. B,
January i, 1906.
In explanation of the arrangement adopted, in the following
pages, it may be well to point out 'that the first five generations,
from and including that of Thomas White, who came from Deal
in 1783. are dealt with in one section of the book, covering its
first nine pages. The figures in brackets, following a name in
this section, indicate the number of the generation of the person
named, counting downward from said Thomas White, wfoo, for
the purposes of this arrangement, is classed as of the first
From the sixth generation downward, the number of descend-
ants seemed to require that each generation should be classed by
The marginal fig-ures in Engilish numerals, when found op-
posite, and to the left of, the name of any person, indicate that
the names of the descendants of such person will be found, under
the like number which appears as a heading* in heavier type at a
later page of the book.
For example on page 15 the marginal number 28 appears
opposite the name of William Henry Y\ nite. On page 29, under
the heading of the same number, 28, will be found a continuation
of die family history of said William White. By this system it
is easily possible to trace the lineage of any person upwards or
VINCENT AND MARY WHITE AND THEIR CHILDREN. YC*^ <X
It is the aim of this book to furnish a record of the 'genealogy
of that branch of the White family which traces its descent
through William White and Deborah Tilton W r (hite, who oame
to (the Province of New Brunswick with other Loyalists in 1783.
The family lineage is herein traced back to 1670. In that
year Thomas White, carpenter, came to America from Deal,
Kent County, England. In 1675 he bought land in Monmouth
County, New Jersey (now United States of America) from
Thomas Potter and Judah Alien/" He died in 1683 or 1684,
leaving two .sons, Samuel and Peter. He also, possibly, had a
third son, William, for the Count}' records show that one William
White was a grand juror in 1678, and a marriage license was
issued, August 23rd, 1669, for the marriage of William White
and Mary Katharine Dower.
Peter White (2) is the ancestor of William White, the
Loyalist. His brother, Samuel, patented land in Shrewsbury by
the sea, where the Tucker family, who also came from Deal,
England, had land. The site of this land is now cailled Deal,
New Jersey. Peter White (2) owned land in what is still known
as Shrewsbury, situated some fifteen miles from Deal, N. J.
This (land, or part of it, was conveyed to him by deed from Sarah
Parker, a widow, and her sons, George and William, May 10th,
Although Samuel (2) is not in the line of descent which this
book is designed to record, it may be of interest to mention that
he died in 1697, leaving three sons. Thomas, his eldest son, was
twice married, but the writer has not been able to ascertain either
* See Salter's History of Monmouth County.
2 THE WHITE FAMILY.
the name or date of death of 'his first wife ; the name of his
second wife was Elizabeth Cole; he died in 171 2. The second
son, Samuel, married Elizabeth WardfeM ; he died, leaving a will
which is recorded in New Jersey Archives, page 288. The third
son, Amos, married December 2nd, 1708, Hannah Mills, and died
in 1729 or 1730.
Peter Wihite (2) died in 1697. His will bears date, March
20tih, 1697, and was probated June iQtfh, 1697.* His wife's name
was Mary, and by her he (had ten children, three sons and seven
daughters. Peter (3),! 'probably his eldest son, «wa>s-=^»i*-
September 17th, T685;aiii^ married Abigail Lippincott, who was
tihe daughter of Remembrance and Margaret (Barbour) Lippin-
eofct. She was born September 17th, 1625, and was alive October
19th, 1734. Peter White (3) died in 1733; his will bears date
February 14th, 1733, and was proved May 2nd, 1733, and is
recorded at Trenton in Book B, folio 478. Robert, another son,
married Margaret Hartshorne, and died Miay ioth, 1747.
Thomas, 'the only other son, died in 1747; his wife's name was
'Christian. Mary, one of Peter's (2) several daughters, was horn
January 19th, 1673, married Richard Lippincott. October i2i.ii,
1695, and died May 12th, 1723. Ann, another daughter, was
twice married, first to Mr. Sutton, and secondly to J
Cheshire, February 14th, 1692. From the record of this second
marriage it appears that the following persons were witnesses to
the ceremony : Peter White and Mary, his wife, father and
mother of the bride, John Wortlley, Samuel White, Thomas
White, Peter Tilton, Margaret Lippincott, Elizabeth White,
junior, Sarah Reape, Jane White, Mary White, junior, and
"Elizabeth White. A third 'daughter, Elizabeth, was born January
28th, 1680, and married Joseph Lippincott, August 17th, 1701.
Sarah was the name of a fourth daughter, but the writer has been
unable to glean any information concerning her beyond her name.
Another daughter, named Jane, married Thomas Garwood, July
28th, 1673. There were two other daughters referred ito, but not
named in their father's will ; they probably died young.
PETER WHITE (3).
The children of Peter White (3) and Abigail (Lippincott)
White are as follows : Britton, born November 17, 1712, aiid mar-
ried October 19, 1754, to Dinah Corliss; Benjamin, who married
Mary Morris; Peter (4), who married Huldy Tabor, January 22,
1747; Ruth, who married Joshua Bund, or Bond; Sarah, born
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May 21, 1715, and married October 22, 1737, to Jacob Corliss;
Hannah ,who married Job Cook, a son of Ebenezer and Mary
(Patterson) Cook; Dorothy, who married Amos Chandler, April
3>°> : 739» an d Elizabeth and Abigail.
PETER WHITE (4).
The children of Peter White (4) and Huldah (Tabor) White
were Benjamin, Philip, William, Vincent, Aaron, John, and
Benjamin White (5), eldest son of Peter White (4), was
born December 20, 1749, married Amah Ball, March 16, 1775.
Died December 23, 1842, His wife, Amah, died April 21, 1816.
The Rev. William White Hance, who is a descendant of
Samuel (2), and has expended much time and care in searching-
out and tracing the pedigree of the White family, recently for-
warded to Walter W. White, of St. John, copies of several papers
found, to quote Mr. Hance's words, " among a lot of rubbish
that came pretty near finding its place in the dust heap or furnace."
Among the documents so rescued is an indenture of apprentice-
ship signed by John Craddock, Benjamin White and Peter White,
and bearing date the 18th March, 1766, in which it is witnessed
that Benjamin White, son of Peter and Huldah White, of the
township of Shrewsbury, with the consent of his father and
mother, doth put himself an apprentice to John Craddoch, " to
" learn ye artt and mistery of ye trade he now followeth, that is,
that of cordwainer or shoemaker and tanner, and with him to
" serve from ye date hereof of the full term of three years and
'" ten months."
There was also found and copied by Rev. Mr. Hance a letter
to Benjamin White, dated St. Johns, Parr Town, September 15,
1784, and signed " your loving brother, William White." In
this letter he speaks of liking " the place amazingly well," and of
having a son, Philip, named after his own brother.
Mr. Hance also found a fragment of a letter which apparently
was written to Benjamin by his sister Susan, as it contains the
following : " My kind love to Amy and all the children," and is
signed " your loving sister till death, Sukey White."
Also, there is a letter which would seem to have been written
to Benjamin by his mother, Huldah, although the letter is in a
fragmentary condition, and without address or date. It reads :
" July ye 14, 1791- Dear son, — I rite, having this opportunity to
let you know that I am in as good health as can be expected for
so old a woman as I am. I had a hard spell of sickness last
spring, but I lived thru it, and thank God for His merciful good-
4 THE WHITE FAMILY.
There was also found a letter addressed to Benjamin White,
Dartmouth, near Long Plain, and dated July ye 15, 1791, signed
" your loving brother till death, John White," in which John
speaks of having recently returned from travelling eleven hundred
miles among the " nine nations Indians," where, he states, " they
kill people and eat them," and in which letter he expresses his
intention to visit his brother Benjamin "in a year or two if
There is one other letter found by Mr. Hance, and which he
is inclined to believe was written to Benjamin White, son of Peter
(4), by his brother John, although it bears date twenty-nine years
after that of John's letter of July 15, 1791. It is addressed to
" Benjamin White, at New Bedford, near the Long Plains, in the
State of Massachusetts." It reads : " Long Branch, Shrewsbury,
" November 17, 1820. Dear Brother, — I have the pleasure to
" inform you that through boundless mercies I do wish my family
" and friends in general enjoy good health, and most cheerfully
" hope these lines may find you in possession of the same. Sister
" Susan and family is in health, except her son John, and he is on
" the recovery. My son Benjamin is married and lives with
" me," etc. ' John follows something about getting in the spring
rails, for which, he says, he would have to charter a vessel, and
desires to know positively if Benjamin will be ready for its com-
ing. It is signed " from your brother and friend, John White."
Philip White (5), son of Peter White (4) and Huldah White,
was born 1756; married (1) , by whom he had a son John,
who was born December 8, 1772, and married Susan, daughter
of Gilbert Lane; married (2) October 29, 1773, Jane Miers, by
whom he had a daughter Susan, born March 6th, 1775.
(Selected from Egerton RyersorTs. D.D . History of the Loyalists of America.)
Captain Richard Lippincott, born in Shrewsbury, New Jersey,
January 2nd, 1745. He married Esther Borden, daughter of
Jeremiah Borden, of Bordentown, New Jersey. He warmly
espoused the side of the Crown, and was early in the war captured
and confined in Burlington jail, from which he escaped in 1776,
and made his way to the British army at Staten Island. His
connection with the execution of Captain Joshua Huddy, of the
Rebel service, attracted a great deal of attention both in Europe
and America. Captain Huddy was a partisan officer of some
repute in New Jersey, and had been concerned in the murder of
a Loyalist named Philip White, who was a relative of Lippincott
and a resident of Shrewsbury. Shortly after Capt. Huddy was
captured and taken as prisoner to New York. The board of
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Associated Loyalists of New York sent Capt. Lippincott to
Middleton Point or Sandy Hook with Capt. Huddy and two other
prisoners to exchange for prisoners held by the Rebels. He was
authorized to execute Huddy in retaliation for White, who had
already been put to death. Therefore, on the 12th of April,
1782, having exchanged the two other prisoners, Capt. Lippincott
hung Huddy on a tree by the beach under the Middleton Heights.
In 1867 the tree was still to be seen, and tradition keeps alive in
the neighborhood the story connected with it. Capt. Lippincott
who was evidently only obeying orders, pinned a paper on
Huddy's breast, with the following inscription : " We, the Re-
fugees, having long with grief beheld the cruel murders of our
brethren, and finding nothing but such measures carrying into
execution, we therefore determine not to suffer without taking
vengeance for the numerous cruelties, and thus begin, having
made use of Capt. Huddy as the first object to present to your
view, and further determine to hang man for man while there is
a Refugee existing. Up goes Huddy for Philip White."
Washington, hearing of Huddy's death, demanded the sur-
render of Capt. Lippincott from the Royalists' authorities in order
that he might be put to death. This demand was refused, and
Washington then ordered the execution of one officer of equal
rank, to be chosen by lot from among the prisoners in his hands.
The lot fell upon Capt. Asgil, of the guards, who was only nine-
teen years of age. The British authorities secured a respite,
under promise of trying Capt. Lippincott by court marital. After
a full inquiry, Lippincott was honourably acquitted. Through
the appeals of Lady Asgil, Capt. Asgil's mother, to the French
minister, obtained from Washington, after long delay, Capt.
Asgil's release, but Asgil and Lippincott were not set at liberty
till the close of the war, when Lippincott moved to New Bruns-
wick, to a place called Pennfield, where he lived till 1787, when
he went to England and remained to the end of 1788, and in 1793
left New Brunswick and settled in the township of Vaughn, near
Toronto. He died at his daughter's, Mrs. Geo. Taylor Denison,
in 1826, aged eighty-one years.
When the Rebellion broke out in 1775, Philip (5) and his
brother William joined the. King's army. Philip was captured
by the Rebels, under the command of Henry Huddy, on the 30th
of March, 1782, and was by his captors thrown into a pig-pen,
bound hand and foot. On his attempting to crawl away from
the pigs, he was beaten and hacked until, through loss of blood,
he died. Shortly after Huddy was himself captured by the
Loyalists and hanged on a tree, the crowd of onlookers shouting
6 THE WHITE FAMILY.
' Up goes Huddy for White."* During the war, Philip was in
command of the schooner " Hero's Revenge," of which he, and
Daniel Sickels, were the principal owners. In the event of the
death of Philip, the command of the vessel was to be taken over
successively bv William, then Aaron, and then Vincent, according
to the instructions of Philip's commission, which was dated March
2 7> l 777- This vessel carried three swivel guns and some
musketry, and was bound on a voyage to the island of Xew Pro-
vidence. Philip White also held a commission as prize master
of the schooner " Wasp," then stationed in the vicinity of Xew
Aaron (5), brother of Peter and William, joined the Whigs
when the Revolution broke out, and the writer could find no
further record of him.
Vincent, another brother, fought in the war of the Rebellion,
and received his discharge in 1783. Copies, or the originals, of
the commissions and discharge above mentioned are now held
by William V. White, of Carleton County, New Brunswick, and
afford conclusive proof of the identity of the persons named
therein, as grantees, with the William White Loyalist family,
At the close of the war in 1783, Vincent, with other Loyalists,
came to St. John, then called Parr Town, and which was then a
wilderness of rocks and trees, where the government granted to
him Town Lot No. 954, which was forty by one hundred feet >n
size. He married Susan Carle, of Grand Lake, Queens County,
and settled on a farm two miles w T est of White's Cove, and
adjoining Wnite's Point, now called Robertson's Point. Their
issue was as follows : William, unmarried ; Huldy, married
Leonard Bent; Sarah, married William McDonald; Thomas, who
married Ann Mcintosh; Michael, married a Miss Cole; John,
married Eleanor Manzer; and Alary Ann, married Rfchard Car-
John, another son of Peter White (4), married some time
prior to 1784, Margaret Cook. He died in 1822. His wife died
in 1829 or 1830, leaving the following children: John, Benjamin,
Deborah and William Vincent.
Susan, one of the daughters of Peter White (4), married
Slocum Vandyke, a son of Isaac and Maribe (Slocum) Vandyke,
and the marriage is recorded in New Jersey Archives. Vol. 22.
The name Vandyke was called Van Dyck up to the death of Rev.
Henry Van Dyck in 1744. John and Sarah Vandyke had two
sons, Henry and Peter. Henry had the following issue: Henry,
Samuel, Vincent, Isaac, Michael and Hannah. Peter Vandyke
lived in Portopeck, near Eatontown, New Jersey, and his sons
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were Elisha and Peter. Elisha married Jennie Hill, and their
son, Elisha, resides (1903) in Long Branch, N. J. Peter, un-
married, resides (1903) between Eatontown and Long Branch.
William and Vincent White, the Loyalists, had a cousin, Jesse
Tabor, born in 1754 in Monmouth County, New Jersey, of Eng-
lish parents. His father was Noah Tabor, a brother to the Huldy
Tabor who married Peter White, the father of William, and bis
mother was Meribah Wolcott. When twenty years of age he
joined the British army as one of the Jersey volunteers, and two
and a half years later married Elizabeth Wood, who was bom
in England, July 4th, 1763. He got his discharge, and, with
other Loyalists, came to St. John, N. B., in the ship " Sally,"
Capt. Bell, October 27th, 1783. On the 3rd of April, 1784, he,
with his wife, moved to Hammond River, in the Parish of Hamp-
ton, in Kings County, and in 1798 they moved again thirteen miles
further up river, where they lived until his death, in 1844. Mrs.
Tabor died in 1857. The sons of Jesse Tabor and Elizabeth
(Wood) Tabor were Jesse, George, James Noah and Charles.
WILLIAM WHITE (5).
William White (5) was born October 28, 1759, in Monmouth
County, New Jersey. He served in the Royal army all through
the Revolution, during which he received a lieutenant's commis-
sion. As already stated, he married June 7, 1779, Deborah Tilton, . ^ I
of Middleton, New Jersey, who was born in Shrewsbury in ij$2./y^*^1 /
Her parents were opposed to the match, and the young couple ^
were married in New York, and settled in Garden City, on Long
Island. At the close of the war their property was confiscated,
and they, with one child, Philip, nine months old (Edward, their
first child, having died in New York when two years and six
months old), and Vincent White (William's brother) came to
St. John, then Parr Town. The government granted to William,
Town Lots numbers 570 and 655, each forty by one hundred
feet, and situate respectively on the north and south sides of
Princess Street. William and Deborah lived in Parr Town three
years, where their third child, Peter (6) was born March 22,
1785. They then moved to Kennebeccasis, on a farm at the west
end of what is known as Grooms' Bridge, about two miles west
from Hampton, now railroad station. While living there another
child, Samuel (6), was born March 14, 1787. After a residence
there of about three years they moved to what has been since
called White's Cove, Grand Lake, Queens County, where they
8 THE WHITE FAMILY.
encountered great hardships, making a new home under maay
difficulties. They purchased from James Drummond the west
half of a lot or farm in Waterborough, which had been granted
to Drummond by the Crown, and paid therefor ten pounds. The
deed bears date January 8, 1789, and was recorded in Book B,
pages 174 and 175 of Records, the 24th day of July, 1789, at
Gagetown, Queens County. In 1792 they purchased from Daniel
Morrell the eastern half of the same lot, the deed bearing date
November 7, 1792, and being recorded in Book D, pages 205 and
206, January 28, 1800.
The first house they built was made of logs notched together
at the corners and chinked with wood and moss, the fire-place
being afier the Dutch fashion, with little or no jambs, and so
constructed that a sled-length stick could be laid on the fire.
Probably the fire-place plan was an imitation of those in the
homes of the many Dutch settlers in New Jersey. They went
to work with a will and determination to make the best of their
new home, and soon had a more modern house, where many a
traveller found a welcome resting-place.
Mrs. White often laid her babe away in some quiet spot and
worked in the field side by side with her husband, doing her
housework in the evenings. In the winter, she sometimes travel-
led across Grand Lake, five miles, on snowshoes, drawing grain
loaded on a toboggan, which, after grinding in a hand-mill, she
would take back to her home, quite satisfied, although the flour
was doubtless not equal to Ogilvie's best. The grist mills of that
time were crude affairs, consisting of an upper and a lower stone,
each similar to an ordinary grindstone of about thirty inches n
diameter. By turning a crank the upper stone was made to
revolve, and crush between the " upper and the nether millstone "
the grain which was introduced through a hole in the centre of
the upper stone. Notwithstanding the fact that Mrs. White
came of more prosperous people than her husband, she cheerfully
shared the hardships of his life, and proved to be a most devoted
wife and mother. She had a large family, and was esteemed and
respected by all her neighbours for her unceasing kindness and
labours of love. Two bachelor neighbours, named Holdrum,
who lived on an adjacent farm, 100 acres, willed her all their
property in return for her many acts of kindness in making and
mending their clothing, and helping to make their home com-
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Children of William and Deborah (Tilton) White:
I. — Edward, born March 7, 1780, in New York; died
December 23, 1782.
1. II. — Philip, born September 19, 1782, in New York; mar-
ried (1) Phoebe Lawson, issue, eight children;
married (2) Catherine Lawson, issue, five children.
2. III. — Peter, born March 22, 1785, in St. John, N. B. ; mar-
ried Charlotte Buckhout, March 21, 1807; died
December 15, 1853.
3. IV. — Samuel, born March 14, 1787, in Kings County, N.
B. ; married Elizabeth McFarlane ; no issue ; she
died January 24, 1875, he having predeceased her,
April 8, 1870.
4. V. — Vincent, born August 18, 1789, at Grand Lake,
Queens County, N. B. ; married Mary Dykeman,
March 13, 1815; issue, ten children; he died May
21, 1884; she died February 4, 1890.
5. VI. — Huldah, born January 26, 1791 ; died in infancy.
6. VII. — Mary, born October 1, 1793; married William Wig-
gins, December 8, 1807; he died June 25, 1861, and
she died November 7, 1876.
6. VIII. — Susan, born March 18, 1796; married Hiram Briggs ;
7. IX. — Sarah, twin sister, married Henry Manzer ; issue,
8. X. — Deborah Tilton, born October 9, 1798; married
Samuel Wilson; issue, twelve.
9. IX. — Eleanor, born August 28, 1801 ; married Jedediah
Fairweather; issue, seven.
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Philip White, the second son of William and Deborah (Til-
ton) White, was born September 19, 1782, in New York, and came
to St. John with his parents in 1783, with other Loyalists. He
married (1) Phoebe Lawson, in September, 1805, and they had
eight children; (2) Catherine Lawson, a sister of his first wife,
in 1 82 1 ; issue, five children. Their home was at the Narrows,
Washademoak Lake, then called Wickham, Queens County, and
By his first wife :
10. I. — William Edward, born April 10, 1807; issue, three.
11. II. — Mary, born 1808; issue, five.
12. III. — Charlotte, born February n, 1809; issue, nine.
13. IV. — Samuel, born January 16, 181 1; issue, nine.
14. V. — Peter, born December 17, 1813; issue, six.
15. VI. — John Lawson, born 1814; issue, nine.
16. VII. — Elizabeth, born September 23, 1816; issue, nine.
17. VIII. — Lanah, born 1819; issue, seven.
By second wife :
IX. — Andrew, born 1823 ; married Maggie Bevard.
18. X. — Benjamin, born 1825 ; issue, six.
19. XL — Phoebe, born 1828; issue, two.
20. XII. — Sarah G., born February 13, 1833; issue, three.
XIII. — Edward ; married Louise Starkey.
Peter White, third son of William and Deborah (Tilton)
White, was born March 22, 1785, in St. John, N. B. He learned
the trade of tanner and currier with M. Melick, in St. John, and
started in that business at White's Cove, Grand Lake, Queens
County, but unfortunately his tannery and all his property were
burned. March 21, 1807, he married Charlotte Buckhout, of St.
John, and they lived on a farm adjoining that of his father. Pie
carried on a tannery business in a small way. Early in life he
lost his health, and was a martyr to asthma, and unable to sleep
in a bed. He died December 15, 1853, and his wife. June 23,
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21. I. — John Tilton, born April 5, 1808; issue, eight.
II. — Elizabeth, born June 7, 1809; died in infancy.
22. III. — Deborah, born October 7, 1810; issue, twelve.
23. IV. — Phoebe C, born June 8, 1813; issue, nine..
24. V. — Samuel Vincent, born July 14, 1815; issue, nine.
VI. — Asa L., born June 4, 181 7; died February 1, 1841.
VII. — Hiram B., born May 20, 1821 ; died in infancy.
VIII. — Edward H., born February 6, 1825; married (1)
Matilda J. Davis, October 2, 1846; (2) Harriett
Larabee, April 12, 1887.
25. IX. — George W., born May 12, 1826; issue, ten.
Samuel, fourth son of William and Deborah (Tilton) White,
was born March 14, 1787, at Groom's Bridge, Kings County, and
married Elizabeth McFarlane, of Canning, Grand Lake, Queens
County, March 27, 1809. About the year 181 1 they moved with
Vincent White (then unmarried) to the Point farm at White's
Point, now called Robertson's Point, Grand Lake, Queen's
County. Everything they owned was easily carried to their new
home in a row-boat, but in a few years they moved from a small
log cabin into one of the grandest nouses then in the County, con-
nected with which were many outbuildings, including a tenement
house for joiner and blacksmith. In 1822 or thereabouts Samuel
and his wife Elizabeth moved to Belleisle, Kings County, on the
farm afterwards occupied by his brother Vincent, taking with
them the two eldest children of Vincent, viz. ; Gilbert and Vincent
Samuel. Their residence at Belleisle was comparatively short,
probably six years, when they returned to White's Point, and
occupied the same house from which they had removed,. living as
tenants in common with Vincent and Mary his wife, until Sep-
tember, 1829, when the brothers dissolved partnership, and
Vincent and his family moved to Belleisle. During this time
Mrs. Samuel White, or Aunt Betsy, as she was better known,
had almost full charge of the children of Vincent, and when
Vincent's family moved to Belleisle, the second child, Vincent S.,
was left with his Uncle Samuel and Aunt Betsy as their adopted
son and heir. It would hardly be possible to find a more bene-
volent woman than Aunt Betsy ; all comers received a welcome
and her kindest attention ; and, although she and her husband
had no issue, they adopted and brought up thirteen or more
dependent children. Her disposition was to keep alive all the
increase of animals and poultry on the farm. She would not
12 THE WHITE FAMILY.
unfrequently have about the premises at the same time as man)'
as twenty or more cats, four to six dogs, and one hundred or
more hens ; and to prevent the place from being overrun with these
pets, her husband hired men to destroy them on the sly, or to
secretly dispose of them in some other way. Although she and
her husband lived a few years in Chipman, they both spent their
last days, and died, on the Point farm, and are buried there in
the old church lot, which is now quite neglected, as no provision
seems to have been made for its care. Samuel died April 8,
1870, and she died January 24, 1875.
Vincent White, fifth and youngest son of William and Deborah
(Tilton) White, was born August 18, iyfR at White's Cove,
Grand Lake, Queens County, N. B. In 181 1 he visited his
relatives in New Jersey, the birthplace of his parents. Among
these relatives were the Vandykes, related by the marriage of
Slocum Vandyke to Susan White, a sister of Vincent's father.
Some of his relatives were Quakers, and among them were
families of Tiltons, relatives of his mother, Deborah Tilton.
Before returning to New Brunswick he visited New London,
Connecticut, and while there purchased from the owners, who
were then resident in New London, a farm situate on Grand
Lake, in this Province, at what is now called Robertson's Point.
This farm comprised 400 acres, and consisted of lots 22 and 23
granted by the Crown to Isaac V. N. Crannell and Robert Cran-
nell. The deed bears date October 19, 181 1, and is signed by
Isaac V. N. Crannell and wife, James Baxter and wife, and Sarah
One acre of this land was conveyed by Vincent by deed, dated
January 15, 182 1, to the rector and churchwardens, for church and
school purposes. Upon this acre a church was built, the rector
being the Rev. Abraham Wood, a missionary from Yorkshire,
England, who was ordained in 18 18 at London, England, and
came to New Brunswick in 181 9. He continued rector of the
church at the Point until 1862, when he retired from active work
and removed to St. John, where he lost all his property in the
great fire of 1877, and where he died, January 23, 1879. He was
a man of large stature, of genial and kindly disposition, and be-
loved by all who knew him.
Upon Vincent's return to the Province, he and his brother
Samuel, with the latter's wife, Elizabeth, took up their residence
together upon this farm. They lived at first in a log cabin which
THE WHITE FAMILY. 13
they built at the back of the pond, then quite a large body of
water, but afterwards artificially drained, so that to-day it is of
When Vincent went there to live, the Point, as it was then
and still is called, was covered by a magnificent growth of lof f y
pine trees, towering to a height which rendered them a conspicu-
ous landmark for miles around. It was not long, however, be-
fore the brothers cleared this Point and erected upon it one of
the largest and finest houses then to be found in the County.
Both brothers were active, enterprising and industrious, and
their undertakings prospered and rapidly extended into many
different lines of business. They kept public house, a store,
blacksmith shop, carpenter shop, and hay scales, and carried on
an extensive business in fishing and lumbering, so that, during
their joint occupancy, the Point was a thriving and stirring place.
At that time there was abundance of gaspereaux in the lake, and
catching these fish and shipping them to the West Indies formed
a considerable part of the business carried on by the two brothers.
They also carried on a large business at Chipman (then Salmon
River) in manufacturing square pine timber. Many pieces of
this timber, when ready for shipment, were over forty inches
square. This pine timber was all shipped to England, and often
in times of depression sold there for less than half its cost in St.
There were no tug boats in those days, and the timber was
taken to St. John in rafts, propelled by sails when the wind was
favourable, and anchored in the lee of some sheltering point ; n
time of storm. In calm weather, and also when the wind was not
too strongly adverse, the rafts were propelled down the Grand
Lake by " kedging." This was done by sinking some distance
ahead of the raft an anchor connected by a long, stout rope with
a windlass placed securely upon the timber. As this rope was
wound upon the windlass the raft was slowly drawn towards the
anchor, which, when reached, was again carried farther in advance
and the same operation was repeated. It often required half a
dozen men to man the windlass, and as many more to lift and
carry forward the anchor, and the work of kedging was a slow
and toilsome one.
The brothers Vincent and Samuel took to St. John the first
saw logs manufactured there into deals. They sold these logs
to R. Hamilton, Son & Co., merchants in St. John, who had them
sawn by hand, and shipped to Cork, in 1822, in the schooner
" Amelia," Captain Spencer (vide Lawrence's " Footprints."
page 90). These deals were sent as samples, with the assurance
14 THE WHITE FAMILY.
tha:, if suitable, large demands for more would soon follow.
They did suit, and have continued in yearly increasing demand
up to this present year, 1905.
On March 13, 181 5, Vincent married Mary Dykeman, eldest
daughter of Gilbert Dykeman, who was a resident of Jemseg,
Queens County, and a Loyalist. Gilbert Dykeman's wife was
Dorcas Manzer, daughter of Barnet Manzer and Mary Lester
Manzer, also Loyalists, who for some time owned and occupied
four acres in St. John, bounded by what are now Waterloo and
In or about the year 1822 Samuel and Vincent White bought
a farm at Springfield, Belleisle, and Samuel and his wife Elizabeth
moved to it, taking with them Gilbert and Samuel, the eldest two
children of Vincent and Mary, as they had no children of their
The writer has no record of exactly how long Samuel and wife
continued to reside at Belleisle, but it was not many years till they
returned to Grand Lake, and again took up their residence w T ith
Vincent and Mary.
In September, 1829, Vincent and wife, in their turn, removed
to Belleisle, and upon the same farm previously occupied by
Samuel. Vincent built a fine house, with numerous outbuildings,
and soon had one of the best cultivated and most productive
farms in Kings County, and withal one of the neatest and best
kept, for while they believed in the gospel of hard work, both
Vincent and his wife had a strong innate love of order and
beauty in their surroundings. They were among the most suc-
cessful farmers of their day, and would allow no drones in the
hive. All the family clothing, including boots and shoes, was
made on the farm. They maintained their own blacksmith shop,
wherein all their horses and oxen were shod, and other iron work
required on the farm was made. They had on the farm a tannery,
wherein they manufactured all the leather they used, and they
made their own harness and saddlery. They always had a large
number of employees living and working on the farm, and many
of these were from Ireland, whence there came to this Province
in those days a considerable number of immigrants. Vincent
and Mary had ten children, a!l of whom were living when their
parents had been sixty years married. In that year (1875) there
was a gathering of the family in Sussex to celebrate the sixtieth
anniversary of Vincent and Marv's marriage. All of their ten
children were at that time resident within the Province, and
attended this anniversary celebration. Nearly all of the numer-
ous grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren were
present. Up to that time there had never been a death of any
THE WHITE FAMILY. 15
person in the old homestead in Belleisle. Vincent died there,
May 2 1 st, 1884, and is buried in the churchyard at White's
Corner. His wife Mary died February 4th, 1890, at the residence
of her daughter, Mrs. Marven, Belleisle, and lies buried beside
26. I. — Gilbert, born March 3, 1816; issue, five.
27. II. — Vincent Samuel, born February 22, 1818; issue, one.
28. III. — William Henry, born August 12, 1820; issue, five.
29. IV. — James Edward, born December 11, 1822; issue,
30. V. — Simeon Hatfield, born May 20, 1825 ; issue, five.
31. VI. — Jacob Dykeman, born September 1, 1827; issue,
32. VII. — Dorcas Elizabeth, born May 22, 1830; issue, three.
33. VIII. — Hiram Briggs, born March 4, 1833; issue, five.
34. IX. — Deborah Jane, born September 18, 1835 ; issue, three.
35. X. — Charles Titus, born January 12, 1839; issue, six.
Mary, eldest daughter of William and Deborah (Tilton)
White, was born at Grand Lake, Queens County, October 1,
1793; married William Wiggins, December 8, 1807; issue, twelve
children. He died June 25, 1861, and she died November 7,
36. I. — William W.. born February 11, 1809; issue, eleven.
II. — Jacob F., born April 27, 1812; died December 22,
III. — Benjamin G., died September 19, 1837.
37. IV. — Vincent 'White, born November 24, 1813; issue, six.
38. V. — Daniel S., born June 3, 1816; issue, seven.
39. VI. — Martha Ann, born June 23, 1822; issue, seven.
40. VII. — Stephen S., born December 25, 1824; issue, eleven.
41. VIII. — Sophia M., born June 18, 1827; issue, six.
42. IX. — Elizabeth S., born September 1, 1830; issue, two.
43- X. — Esther Corey, born April 11, 1832; issue five.
44. XL — Deborah Schofield, born April 30, 1835 ; issue, eight.
45. XII. — Mary Victoria, born November 4, 1837; issue, seven.
16 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Susan White was born March 18, 1796, and married Hiram
Briggs. They first resided at White's Cove, Grand Lake, Queens
County, but several years later they moved to Salmon Creek (now
Chipman, Queens County), where they ^pent their remaining
days in comfortable circumstances.
I. — Lucretia, born 1816; issue, thirteen.
II. — Mahala, born March 3. 1819; issue, five.
III. — Sarah H., born 1821 ; issue, six.
IV. — Stephen, born 1823 ; issue, nine.
V. — Alfred, born 1825 ; issue, three.
VI. — Charlotte, born October 11, 1826; issue, seven.
VII. — Samuel W., born 1828; married Emma Rourke;
issue, one son, Harry, an attorney-at-law.
52. VIII. — Diademia, born February 9, 1837; issue, seven.
Sarah White was twin sister of Susan; married Henry Manzer.
I. — Eleanor, born August 2, 1819; married John White;
no issue ; died in Ontario.
53. II. — Rose Ann, born 1823; issue, three.
III. — Amos C, born March 17, 1825; married Mary
Courtenay ; no issue.
54. IV. — Mary Lester, born April 12, 1827; issue, eight.
55. V. — Amelia J., born March 12, 183 1 ; issue, seven.
56. VI. — Deborah Tilton, born March 2, 1833 ; issue, three.
VII. — Sarah, born April 12, 1836; married John Robert-
son ; issue, nine.
VIII. — Elizabeth W., born March 12, 1838; married James
Crosley in 1862 ; issue, one son, Charles.
57. IX. — Samuel White, born 1840 ; issue, five.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 17
Deborah Tilton White was bom October 9, 1798; married
Samuel Wilson and settled on a farm in Wickham (now Cam-
bridge), Washademoak Lake, Narrows, Queens County, N. B.
She had twelve children, and died July 14, 1874.
58. I. — Frances E., born March 23, 1817; issue, eight.
59. II. — Eliza J., born September 22, 1819; issue, ten.
60. III. — Eleanor A., born February 18, 1822; issue, nine.
IV. — William,, born June, 1824; married Jane Little; : o
61. V. — Vincent, born December 8, 1826; issue, eleven.
VI. — Martha, born January 15, 1828; never married.
62. VII. — Samuel, born December 8, 1830; issue, five.
VIII. — Alfred, born ; married (1) Martha Jones,
by whom he had issue, one daughter, Laura,
who married George W. Mullin; (2) Olivia
63. IX. — Jacob, married Lauretta Little ; issue, nine.
64. X. — James H., born February 6, 1837; issue, six.
XL — George S., born January 24, 1839; never married.
XII. — Deborah Tilton, born June 4, 1844; married Samuel
Hart; no issue.
Eleanor White was born August 28, 1801, and married
65. I. — Phcebe E., born September 10, 1824; issue, nine.
66. II. — Nelson; issue, five.
67. III. — Mary; issue, three.
68. IV. — Emma J. ; issue, three.
69. V. — Adelaide ; issue, four.
70. VI. — Margaret ; issue, five.
71. VII. — Eliza; issue, four.
18 THE WHITE FAMILY.
William Edward White, oldest son of. Philip White and
Phoebe (Lawson) White, was born April 10, 1807; married
Catherine Marshall at Grand Lake, Queens County. January 1,
1839, and died April 29, 1884, at Telbury, East Kent County,
Ontario, where he was then residing. His wife died August 12,
1865, at Douglas Harbour, Grand Lake, New Brunswick.
J2. I. — De Lesdermir Harwood, born October 15, 1840;
II. — Janet Ann M. ; died in infancy.
III. — Marshall Wellsley J. ; died in infancy.
Mary, eldest daughter of Philip White and Phoebe (Lawson)
White, was born 1808; married Andrew Lipset in 1828.
I. — John, born December 29, 1829; died February,
Philip, born April, 1831 ; married Eliza M. Seeds; issue,
III. — Phoebe, born February 28, 1833; married John
Leiper, February 21, 1853; issue, two; died Sep-
ber 17, 1889.
IV. — Jane, born April 14, 1835 ; married Nathaniel Morris.
V. — Margaret, born March 17, 1837; married Edward
Glendenning, September 28, 1863; died Octo-
ber 9, 1904.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 19
Charlotte White, second daughter of Philip White, was bom
February 11, 1809; married John Robertson, March 9, 1830, and
died October 9, 1891. Her husband died November 16, 1879.
73. I. — Samuel White, born December 13, 1830; issue,
74. II. — John Marshall, born September 28, 1832; issue, six.
III. — William Henry, born May 13, 1834; married Ellen
Jordan, February 16, 1876; issue, one daughter;
IV. — Phcebe Lawson, born January 7, 1836; married
Samuel Wilson,. August 20, 1859; no issue;
she died October 29, 1859.
75. V. — Annie Louise, born February 4, 1838; issue, six.
76. VI. — George Gordon Byron, born January 27, 1840;
VII. — Alexander, Selkirk, born September 1, 1842; un-
VIII. — Margaret Elizabeth, born January 30, 1845 '> married
Clowse White ; no issue.
IX. — Charles, died in infancy.
Samuel White, second son of Philip and Phcebe (Lawson)
White, was born January 16, 181 1; married Margaret Davis,
March 1, 1838; died February 26, 1901 ; she died May 16, 1898.
77- I- — Philip, born January 24, 1839; issue, seven.
78. II. — John Davis, born August 7, 1840; issue, four.
III. — S. William; died in infancy.
IV. — Sarah E., born May 30, 1844; married William
Worden, June 25, 1859; no issue.
V. — Charity Olive, born March 22, 1846; unmarried.
79. VI. — William S., born February 22, 1848; issue, four.
80. VII. — Charles G., born November 7, 1849; * ssue , three.
VIII.— Henry D., born May 27, 1853 ; married Cornelia
Norton, September 7, 1884 ; issue, one son,
Louis, who died May 15, 1889.
20 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Peter WHite, third son of Philip and Phoebe (Lawson) White,
was born December 17, 1813; married Esther S. Wiggins, Janu-
ary 27, 1844; died May 22, 1866; his widow died May 10, 1894.
I. — Eben Harry, born January 21, 1846; died March
II. — Elizabeth Ann, born January 13, 1848; died in
III. — Henry Kirk, born November j, 1849; married (1)
Catherine Grant, August 17, 1875; married (2)
Jane Christy, September, 1888; issue, one son,
Henry Havelock, born February 14, 1890.
IV. — Helen, born June 23, 1851 ; married Thomas Christy,
September 3, 1868; issue, two sons, John Kirk
and W 7 esley.
V. — Esther R., born November 5, 1853 ; died in infancy.
VI. — Amelia Mount, born August 25, 1855; married
Edward O. Goldthwaite, November 17, 1881 ;
issue, one son, Clarence.
VII. — Neville V., born March 23, 1858; died in infancy.
VIII. — Rebecca Anne, born January 5, i860; married Wil-
liam T. Stewart, April 2, 1884; issue, one son,
Stanley Earl, born November 5, 1895.
IX. — Carrie Elsie, born September 18, 1862; married Wil-
liam Cowan, May 7, 1884; issue, one daughter,
Helen M., born in February, 1887, and died
May 24, 1891.
X.— Eva Eveline, born May 22, 1864; married Charles
D. Philips, June 15, 1892; issue, four, whose
names are Elsie Esther Arvilda, born August
21, 1893; Hazel Lydia, born October 6, 1897;
Carrie Eveline, born August II, 1901 ; and
Clarence C. D., born May 8, 1903.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 21
John Lawson White, fourth son of Philip and Phoebe (Law-
son) White, was born in 18 14, and married Lucy Corning.
I. — Charlotte, born July 31, 1838; married James
Stevens, December 16, 1857.
II. — Norman B. ; died young.
81. III. — George A., born August 10, 1845; issue, nine.
IV. — Mary R., born August, 1846; married (1) Samuel
Ogden, and (2) Sylvester Brown.
82. V. — Benjamin Lorenzo Dow, born July 4, 1849; issue,
VI. — John Nelson ; died, aged 18.
VII. — Matilda; died, aged 24.
VIII.— David A. ; dead.
IX. — William J.; died, aged 12.
Elizabeth White, third daughter of Philip and Phoebe (Law-
son) White, was born September 23, 1816; married George H.
Chase, October 22, 1834, and died February 9, 1900.
I. — William Henry, born November 1, 1835; married
Mary Flowers ; was drowned April 19, 1878.
II. — Mary Elizabeth, born October 3, 1837; married
James Estabrooks, May 6, 1868; died June 3,
III. — Earl Douglas, born February 3, 1839; married Jane
IV. — Lavinia Jane, born December 10, 1841 ; married
James Bailey, July 11, 1866.
V. — Drucilla, born May 15, 1844; married William
Floyd, October 3, 1864.
VI. — Reuben F., born July 19, 1846; married Nellie
VII. — Charlotte A., born November 23, 1848; married
Samuel Dunn, July 21 , 1868.
VIII. — Lucy A., born November 6, 185 1; married Donald
W. Dunbar, July 20, 1871.
IX. — George S., born February 23, 1854; married Cather-
ine Fowler, April 11, 1878.
22 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Lanah White, fourth daughter of Philip and Phoebe (Law-
son) White, was born 1819; married Samuel Nichols, April 7,
I. — Charles E., born August 1, 1837; married Grace
King; issue, three.
II. — Samuel V., born December 28, 1839; married Emily
Carpenter ; issue, three.
III. — John J., born January 12, 1841 ; married Amy
Pomeroy ; issue, three.
IV. — Matilda C, born June 19, 1843; married Isaac Mc-
Gregor ; issue, four.
V. — Delilah A., born April 7, 1845 ; married Thomas
Austin ; issue, one.
VI. — George W., born August 24, 1851. .
VII. — Abraham W. W., born June 10, 1853.
Benjamin White, second son of Philip and Catherine (Law-
son) White, was born 1825, and married Frances Knight.
I. — Louise ; married Lovett.
II. — Sophia Amelia, born January 27, 1855.
III. — Charlotte Ann. born March 31, 1857; married
IV. — Charles.
Phoebe White, eldest daughter of Philip and Catherine (Law-
son) White, was born 1828, and married James Blizard.
I. — Alfred A. ; married Gertrude Kerr.
II. — Charles.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 23
Sarah G. White, second daughter of Philip and Catherine
(Lawson) White, was born February 13, 1833, and married
Charles E. Nichols, September 6, 1855.
83. I. — Charles W., born September 29, i860; issue, three.
II. — Amanda C. P., born December 6, 1861 ; married
Thomas R. Seeley, November 4, 1884.
84. III. — Kirk C. ; issue, two.
John Tilton White, eldest son of Peter White and Charlotte
(Buckhout) White, was born April 5, 1808; married Bridget
Rodgers, February 24, 1831 ; died March 18, 1892.
I.— William H., born December 4, 1832; married (1)
Eleanor McAlarey, November 7, 1857; no
issue; married (2) Jane McLean, June 20, 1896;
85. II. — Peter, born December 12, 1834; issue, one.
85. I'll. — Jacob Wiggins, born April 14, 1836; issue, two.
87. IV.— Charlotte Ann, born July 19, 1838; issue, five.
V. — Deborah Tilton, born July 30, 1840; married George
Wilson, October 20, 1887; issue, one son,
Fred., born September 20, 1871.
88. VI. — Asa Leander, born May 1, 1842; issue, two.
VII. — Charles Robertson, born May 31, 1844; died in 1877.
89. VIII. — Lemuel Wilmot, born March 26, 1846; issue, four.
Deborah White, second daughter of Peter White and Char-
lotte (Buckhout) White, was born October 7, 18 10; married
James W. Cody, June 7, 1827; died in 1868.
24 THE WHITE FAMILY.
I. — James William, born November 28, 1828; married
(1) Deborah Wig-gins in 1854; (2) Mary A.
Robinson in 1891 ; died in 1882.
II. — Hiram, born March 3, 1830; died in 1890.
III. — George Redmond, born January 1, 1832; married
Loretta Doney in 1864.
IV. — Charles Frederick, born March 5, 1834; married
(1) Barbara Armstrong in 1876; (2) Mary
A. Robinson in 1891.
V. — Charlotte Ann, born in 1836; died in infancy.
VI. — Asa Leander, born in 1838; died in 1900.
VII. — William Stanley, born July 9, 1841 ; married Phoebe
Jane Lemon in 1866.
VIII. — Charlotte Barnes, born August 8, 1843 1 married
Thomas G. Starkey in 1862; died in 1903.
IX. — Samuel Edward, born March 17, 1845; married
Jane Moore in 1877.
X. — Lucy Helen, born April 25, 1848 ; married Thomas
W. Perry in 1877.
XL — Adelaide Amelia, born April 16, 185 1 ; married (1)
David Moore in 1873; (2) Samuel Moore in
XII. — Peter White, born December 25, 1856; married
Diademia White in 1884.
Phoebe C. White, third daughter of Peter White and Char-
lotte (Buckhout) White, was born June 8, 1813; married William
McClintock, March 25, 1830; died in 1890.
I. — Jane, married Henry Tapley.
II. — Rosan, married George Johnston.
III. — James, married Ann Shaw.
IV. — Betsy, married Weyman Shaw.
V. — Matilda, married Oliver Cogswell.
VI. — Florence, married Henry Bradley.
VII. — George, married Annie Johnston.
VIII. — Louise, married Wetmore.
IX.- — Maggie, married John Wiggins.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 25
Samuel Vincent White, second son of Peter White and Char-
lotte (Buckhout) White, was born July 14, 181 5; married Mary
B. Scribner, February 17, 1840.
I. — James S., born February 9, 1841 ; married (1) Sus^n
Colwell, October ij, 1866; married (2) Mary
II. — Charlotte E., born September 24, 1843 5 married
Dr. J. C. Mott, February 5, ; issue, one
daughter, Georgie E. B.
III. — Charles W., born April g, 1848; married (1) Caro-
line A. Branscom, September 18, 1872 ; mar-
ried (2) Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson; issue, one
son, Frank D., born November 26, 1874.
IV. — William W., born August 20, 1850; unmarried;
physician practising at Bridgewater, Maine.
V. — Fred. S., born April 10, 185 1 ; married Emma Berry-
man ; resides at St. Stephen.
VI. — Harvey E., born March 27, 1852 ; married Emma
Orchard in 1885 ; issue, one daughter, Barbara.
90. VII. — Caroline R., born August 12, 1853; issue, two.
91. VIII. — Harry F., born September 22, 1864; issue, four.
IX. — Dora M., born February 5, 1867; married Dr. West-
ford M. Taylor, June 20, 1886; died June 21 ,
Edward H. White, fifth son of Peter White (6) and Charlotte
(Buckhout) White, was born February 6, 1825; married (1)
Matilda Jane Davis, daughter of John and Charlotte Davis,
October 2, 1846; (2) Harriett Larrabee, April 12, 1887; died
1905 ; issue, nine.
I. — Beverly, now (1905) resident in Moose Jaw, N.
II. — J. Wesley, married Ada H. Secord, December,
1875; died about 1880; issue, one child, who
died in infancy, and one son, Wesley, who died
in Boston a few years after coming of age.
26 THE WHITE FAMILY.
III. — Hattie Amelia, married William Fairweather. Both
she and her husband are dead. They left no
IV. — Adeline.
V. — Annetta, married Conch, who was the first
to develop the copper mines at Dorchester, N.
B. Known at one time as the Conch mine.
Both she and her husband are dead, leaving
VI. — Mollie, married Gross.
VII. — Diadama, married Horn.
VIII. — Lilla, married Flemming.
IX. — Kate, married Ramsay.
George W. White, youngest son of Peter White and Char-
lotte (Buckhout) White, was born May 12, 1826; married (1)
Mary Wiggins, November 17, 1849; issue, ten; married (2)
Fannie Mason, September, 1902; no issue. He represented Car-
leton County in the local parliament of New Brunswick for
several years, and was appointed to the Legislative Council a few
years before its abolition.
All by first wife :
I. — Howard B., bor n September 16, 1850; married
Mary White, December 12, 1872; died January
II. — Leander A., born December 4, 185 1 ; married Molly
Wright, October 10, 1877.
III. — Gilbert N., born August 13, 1853; married Alanda
Gallupe, December 26, 1884.
IV. — Melinda M., born January 10, 1856; married Alex-
ander C. Gibson, September 22, 1877.
V. — George Lovitt, born March n, 1858; married Alice
Balloch, February 7, 1888.
VI. — Agnes L., born January 4, i860; married Rev. H.
F. Parlee (Episcopal), November 14, 1883.
VII. — Damy E., born October 1, 1862; married Peter
Cody, September 21, 1882; died July I5 > 1892.
VIII. — Mary, born May 11, 1865; married Sidney. Niles,
June 3, 1903.
IX. — Carrie L., born August 25, 1867; married John A.
Humble, October 18, 1903.
X. — Minnie A., born August 26, 1870; unmarried; died
August 9, 1900.
VINCENT S. WHITE
THE WHITE FAMILY. 27
Gilbert White, eldest child of Vincent and Mary (Dykeman)
White, was born at Grand Lake, Queens County, March 3, 18 16;
married (1) Julia Elvira Flewwelling, eldest daughter of Guil-
ford Flewwelling, of Belleisle, Kings County, September 20,
1837; sne died April 21, 1854, aged thirty-six; married (2)
Eleanor Ann (widow) Gillis, and daughter of Dr. Colter; she
died October 22, 1899; he died June 18, 1887.
Gilbert White began business in partnership with his brother
Samuel, as storekeepers, farmers and general traders. Their first
store was on the farm on Grand Lake, upon which Hon. Lock
P. Ferris now (1905) resides. After a few years he and Samuel
joined the partnership under which their brothers William H.
and James E. were then conducting a general store and trading
business at White's Corner, Springfield, and Belleisle Point.
Later both Gilbert and Samuel retired from this firm, and "con-
tinued in business as partners on their own account. For a
short time they kept store in Sussex, N. B., having taken Jeremiah
Calkin into partnership, but Mr. Calkin shortly left the firm, and
the brothers began business in St. John as general merchants,
under the firm name of G. & V. S. White. Their business
prospered, and the firm of G. & V. S. White became one of the
leading business houses in the Province. Gilbert retired shortly
before his death, and thereafter Vincent carried on the business
under the name V. S. White until his death.
Children by the first wife :
92. I. — George Harding, born December 2, 1839; issue,
II. — Gilford Vincent, born 1840; died in infancy, Decem-
ber 19, 1846.
III. — Mary Leah, born ; died in infancy, January
92^ IV. — Henry Asa, born January 2, 1845.
Children by second wife :
93. V. — Gilbert James Coulter, born February 18, 1859;
Vincent Samuel White, second son of Vincent and Mary
(Dykeman) White, was bom at Grand Lake, Queens County,
February 22, 1818; married Charlotte Dimmock, April 2, 1862;
died October 18, 1892.
28 THE WHITE FAMILY.
He began business as a young man in association with his
brother Gilbert (vide Gilbert 'White, No. supra). When a young
man he was for some time engaged in woodboating on the St.
John River. He was a shrewd, careful and energetic business
man, and whatever he undertook, prospered. He greatly assisted
his brother Charles T. in establishing successfully the large lum-
ber manufacturing business conducted by Charles T. White at
Apple River, Nova Scotia. He also in like manner materially
assisted his nephew, Simeon H. White, in establishing the founda-
tions of the large business now carried on by S. H. White. The
business left by him at his death was continued by his son, Walter
W. and John E. Moore, under the old name of V. S. White
altered to V. S. White & Co., and under the management of Mr.
J. E. Moore (who received his business training under Vincent
S.) still continues its prosperous existence.
94. I. — Walter Woodworth, born December 14, 1862 ;
William Henry White, third son of Vincent and Mary (Dyke-
man) White, was born at Grand Lake, Queens County, August
12, 1820; he married (1) Sarah Miers, February 29, 1844; she
died June 21, 1848, aged twenty-three years; no issue; married
(2) Eliza Jane Hatfield, March 10, 1852, who died in August,
1886, leaving five children; married (3) Emily M. Mott, Septem-
ber 24, 1889; no issue; he died February 19, 1901.
William H. White began his business career in partnership
with his brother James E. They first opened a general store at
White's Corner, Springfield, Kings County, and about three years
later established a branch store at Belleisle Point. Their brothers
Gilbert and Samuel, who had for a few years carried on store-
keeping at Grand Lake, closed up their Queens County business,
and shortly, after William H. and James E. had opened the store
at Belleisle Point, came into the business as partners, the firm
name being thereupon changed from W. H. & J. E. -White to
White & Brothers. This partnership, after some four or five
years, was dissolved, and thereafter William H. and James E.
continued the business together, save for a short time, during
which Gilbert and Samuel returned to the firm. About 185 1
the brothers William H. and James E. opened a brancn store at
Sussex, and James E. moved to Sussex to take charge of this
W. H. WHITE.
JAMES E. WHITE.
6t/h V3 ^^^
THE WHITE FAMILY. 29
business. Later their brother Hiram was taken into the business,
and later still their brother Charles T. became a partner. The
firm name was changed to White Bros., and a wholesale general
store was opened by this firm in St. John, in connection with
which the old stores at White's Corner and Sussex were continued
as branches, and additional branches were established at Apohaqui
and Smith's Creek, Kings County. The firm of White Bros, for
years did a large and thriving business. William H. and James
E. retired from the firm in the early seventies, William H. going
to Sussex to live, while James E. continued to reside in St. John.
Children by second wife :
95. I. — Julia Elvira, born January 28, 1852; issue, five.
90. II. — Marianna, born July 10, 1855; issue, three.
97. III. — Daniel Wesley Hatfield, born February 16, i860;
98. IV. — Laura Eliza, born March 8, 1867 ; issue, three.
V. — Lillian Alice, born August 16, 1874; unmarried.
James Edward White (the writer of this bock), fourth son
of Vincent and Mary (Dykeman) White, was born December
11, 1822, at Grand Lake, Queens County, and moved to Belleisle
with his parents in 1829, and worked on the farm until, 1844.,
when he, with his brother W r illiam H., opened a store on a small
farm one mile from his father's, to what is now known as White's
Corner, under the name of W. H. & J. E. White. In 1847 they
opened a branch store a* Be.leisle Point, when two other brothers.
Gilbert and V. S., joined them, and the Point store was con-
ducted by James E. White, under the name of White & Brothers.
G. and V. S. White soon sold their farm and store at Grand Lake,
and V. S. White sailed and managed the several woodboats built
by the firm until sold a season or more later. In February Id,
1849, James E. White married Margaret Scott, second daughter
of Daniel and Ann (Spragg) Scott. She was born in St. John,
N. B., October 8th, 1830, and died September 2Dth, 1895, at
Toronto, while on a travelling excursion to Niagara Falls, ard is
buried in Fern Hill cemetery, near the Ruel fountain. They had
eight children, four sons and four daughters. In 1852 they
moved to Sussex, and James E. managed White & Brothers store
there for about eight years, when failing health obliged him to
move to St. John, where the firm had a small store, which he
managed, and G. and V. S. White retired from the firm of White
30 THE WHITE FAMILY.
& Brothers, and the business continued on a much larger scale
under the name of White Brothers, as general importers and
wholesale dealers in all goods usually kept in country stores.
Soon after Charles T. White was taken into the business. James
E. White made two trips to England : first, to consult a specialist
doctor, and while there made purchase of goods for the firm, and
also arranged for the needed material for making matches, a
business he initiated the" manufacture of in this Province at
Hampton ; and the business, after it had become an assured
success, was taken over by Messrs. Flewwellings, and in their
hands has grown to large proportions.
In religion, he is a member of the Methodist church, and re-
tired from business about thirty years ago.
He has travelled quite extensively. In 1876 he went west as
far as Los Angeles, stopping off at the different towns of note,
including San Francisco, where he visited his cousins, of the firm
of White Brothers, successful lumber merchants there, and on
his return called at Washington, and spent one week in Phila :
delphia, at the Centennial Exhibition. He has often travelled
in the United States, going northwest beyond St. Paul's and
Minneapolis, and has done all the principal towns of Canada as
far northwest as Brandon, which was as far as the C. P. R. was
then (1882) finished.
99. I. — Augusta Amanda, born February 23, 1850; issue,
II. — Ella Annie, born July 8, 1852; unmarried.
100. III. — Albert Scott, born April 12, 1855; issue, one son.
IV. — Lila Mary, born August 15, i860; married Edwin
A. Morris, April 29, 1897; no issue; reside in
ioo l / 2 . V. — Oscar Brunswick, born October 9, 1864 ; resides in
VI. — Vincent William, died in infancy.
VII. — Emma Gordon, died in infancy.
VIII. — Ada H., died in infancy.
Simeon Hatfield White, fifth son of Vincent and Mary (Dyke-
man) White, was born at Grand Lake, Queens County, May 20
1825; married February 14, 1864, Mary Stenning Scott, fourth
daughter of Daniel and Ann Scott ; she was born in St. John in
1838. He for many years managed the old homestead farm, and
later moved to White's Corner and there kept store. Has
recently retired from business. Issue, five.
. .-*«>'•;?./;;--?? v?
SIMEON HATFIELD WHITE, aged 80 years,
THE WHITE FAMILY. 31
I. — Herbert Vincent, bor n December 25, 1864; died
February 7, 1903 ; physician.
Herbert Vincent White, eldest son of Simeon H. White and
Mary S. White, was born at Belleisle, K. C, 1865. and at the age
of seventeen became a clerk in a general store in Sussex. After
a few years studied medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
His work as a physician was very successful in Belleisle where he
practiced until he was called to his rest at the early age of thirtv-
II. — Margaret Mabel, born in 1867, married Humphrey
Mellish in 1899, who is a barrister practising
in Halifax, N. S.
III. — Lillian M., born in 1870; died in infancy.
IV. — William Ernest, twin of Lillian M.; is an Episcopal
clergyman in Hamilton, Ont.
William Ernest White, second son of Simeon H. and Mary S.
White, was born 1870 at Belleisle; received' his first education at
the public school there. He graduated at the University of New
Brunswick and then took a course of theology) at Toronto, and is
now (1906) an Episcopal clergyman under the Bishop of Ontario.
V. — James Arthur, born in 1871 ; is an Episcopal clergy-
man in Truro, N. S.
James Arthur White, third son of Simeon H. and Mary S.
White, was born 1871, and after receiving his preliminary educa-
tion studied mechanics at Bellevue College, New York, bat
through Bishop Burk's preaching was influenced to enter the
ministry. He studied at Toronto and Trinity University r or
several years and has since worked under Bishop Courtnay at
Halifax and Pictou.
Jacob Dykeman White, sixth son of Vincent and Mary (Dyke-
man) White, was born at Grand Lake, Queens County, September
6, 1827; married Maria Pevey, daughter of General Pevey^ of
Eastport, Maine, November 1, 1853; she died January 24, 1894.
He studied medicine at first in St. John with Dr. Fitch, and
afterwards at Jefferson College, Philadelphia, where he graduated.
He began practice in Eastport, Maine, and was married there.
Later he removed to Carleton (now West Side), St. John, and
for many years continued to practice his profession there. After
the death of his wife, his health failed him, and he was for several
32 THE WHITE FAMILY.
years prior to his death unable to do any business. It is the
fortune of few men to be more esteemed by all acquaintances and
beloved by all their friends than was he. He had four children,
two of whom survived him. His son, Fred. J., resides in Sioux
City, U. S. A.
I. — William Vincent ; died in infancy.
II. — William Pevey; died in infancy.
101. III. — Fred. Johnson, born September i 9 1862; issue.
102. Eleanor Pevey, born April 1, 1864; issue, one.
Dorcas Elizabeth White, eldest daughter of Vincent and Mary
(Dykeman) White, was born at Grand Lake, Queens County,
January 22, 1830; married (1) Elisha Gillis, July 9, 1854; he died
November 7, 1873; married (2) James Sturgis Marvin, February
14, 1881 ; she died September 1, 1892.
Children by first husband :
103. I. — Ada Isabella, born March 4, 1858 ; issue, one.
II. — Deborah A., born January 21, i860; married Free-
man Trefry ; issue, three, living in Boston :
Guive, Samuel, Charles.
104. III. — Fred. Lincoln, born February 22, 1862 ; issue, one.
Hiram Briggs White, seventh son of Vincent and Mary
(Dykeman) White, was born at Belleisle, Kings County, March
4, 1833; married (1) Mary Jane Hayward, October 1, 1857;
issue, two; married (2) Mary Adeline Hunter, November 10,
1863; issue, three.
Hiram White was for some time a member of the firm of
White Bros. After the dissolution of this firm he and Fred. E.
Titus formed a partnership as wholesale grocers. Later this
firm of White & Titus went out of business. For some years
Hiram has been conducting an agency for the sale of dairy
machinery, and assisting in the business of his son, Hunter, who
is a successful commission merchant at St. John.
HIRAM B. WHITE,
CHARLES T. WHITE,
THE WHITE FAMILY. 33
Children by first wife :
105. I. — Mary Frances, born November 24, 1859; issue,
II. — Alberta Gertrude, born April 2, 1861 ; unmarried;
resides in Boston.
Children by second wife :
III. — Milton G., died in infancy.
IV. — John Hunter, born July 6, 1867; married Lizzie
S. Whittekir, June 10, 1896.
V. — George Vincent, born November 28, 1875; resides
in Montana, U. S.
Deborah Jane White, second daughter of Vincent and Mary
(Dykeman) White, was born at Belleisle, Kings County, Septem-
ber 18, 1835 ; married John L. Gunter, March 2, 1864. He died
April 4, 1905.
I. — Arthur V., died in infancy.
II. — May W., died February 21, 1867, aged thirteen
106. III. — Sarah Alberta, born December 24, 1868; issue,
Charles Titus White, eighth son of Vincent and Mary (Dyke-
man) Wihite, was born at Belleisle, Kings County, January 12,
1839; married (1) Mary Ann Hatfield, September 29, 1859;
issue, five; she died March 21, 1876; married (2) Susan Davis;
He began business as a farmer upon a farm on the south side
of the Belleisle Creek, and which was formerly part of the old
homestead. Something over forty years ago he went to live in
St. John, and became a member of the firm of White Bros.
After remaining in St. John between two and three years he went
to Sussex and took charge of the firm's store there. While keep-
ing store in Sussex he dabbled in lumbering, and for a few years
operated a saw mill at the Portage, Kings County, in company
with James Mills. About twenty-five years ago he bought from
Benjamin Young the Apple River lumber property, in Nova
Scotia. His brother, Samuel Vincent, assisted him as financial
backer in the purchase and earlier development of this property,
34 THE WHITE FAMILY.
which under Charles' management and ownership is now one of
the largest and best paying lumber industries on the Bay of
Fundy. About ten years ago Charles T. White bought from
George J. Vaughan the Point Wolfe lumber property, on the New
Brunswick shore of the bay, nearly opposite Apple River. This
property he still owns and operates with success. He has a
residence in Sussex, where he makes his home.
Children by first wife :
107. I. — Simeon Hatfield, born December 4, i860; issue,
108. II. — Diadama P., born October 9, 1862; issue, two.
109. III. — Gilbert Harley, bor n September 4, 1869; issue, one.
IV. — Mary Ann, born June 18, 1874; married Sylvester
W. Leonard, November 26, 1897; issue, four,
all of whom died in infancy.
Children by second wife :
V. — Fred. H., died when nine years old.
VI. — M. Garfield, born September 28, 1881 ; married
Elizabeth Allison Trites, April 4, 1905.
William W. Wiggins, eldest son of William Wiggins and
Mary (White) Wiggins, was born February 11, 1809; married
Esther Burpee, March 5, 1829; died September 5, 1901.
I. — William W., married Annie McLean, April 4.
-Ernest V. ; issue, five.
-Nathaniel, born April 10, 1830; issue, two.
-Mary E., born March 22, 1832.
-Annette, born April 10, 1834.
VI. — Matilda, born January 9, 1837.
VII. — Benjamin, born February 7, 1839.
VIII. — Sophia, born January 9, 1841.
IX. — Solonica, born January 10, 1843.
X. — Victoria, born January 5, 1845.
112. XI. — William, born February 7, 1847; issue, two. .
Vincent White Wiggins, fourth son of William Wiggins and
Mary (White) Wiggins, was born November 24, 1813; married
Char 1 otte E. Wiggins, September 5, 1839; died July 26, 1892.
J. HUNTER WHITE.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 35
I. — Elizabeth W., born May 28, 1841 ; married Arthur
Branscom, November 3, 1859; issue, five.
113. II. — Mary E., born May 17, 1843; issue, two.
III. — Susan A., born April 6, 1846; married E. Stone
Wiggins, August 2, 1864.
114. IV. — Thomas M., born November 7, 1848; issue, five.
115. V. — Caroline, born September 23, 1851 ; issue, seven.
116. VI. — Alma, born April 4, 1854; issue, two.
Daniel S. Wiggins, fifth son of William Wiggins and Mary
(White) Wiggins, was born June 3, 1816; married Elizabeth
Titus Stone; died September 17, 1873.
I. — Ezekiel Stone, born December 4, 1839; married
Susie A. G. Wiggins, August 2, 1862.
II. — Ebenezer Gilbert, born January 20, 1841 ; married
Hulda M. McLatchey, March 25, 1866; she
died January 13, 1891 ; he died January 30,
III. — Andrew Gunter, born August I, 1846; married
Martha Wheeler, March 11, 1871 ; clergyman.
IV. — Phoebe Amelia, born November 2J, 1848; married
Gilbert Hooper, May 21, 1871.
V. — Dandelia E. ; married Samuel Fuller in 1868.
117. VI. — Mary Lavinia; issue, three.
VII. — Charles M., born January 20, i860.
Martha Ann Wiggins, eldest daughter of William Wiggins
and Mary (White) 'Wiggins, was born June 23, 1822; married
Abraham R. Wiggins, September 19, 1840; died in 1902.
118. I. — Pervelia A., born March 15, 1844; issue, three.
119. II. — Susan W., born April 17, 1846; issue, four.
120. III.— Hannah, born June 6, 1850; issue, ten.
121. IV. — Sarah, born December 24, 1847; issue, three.
122. V.— Deborah T., born April 23, 1858; issue, ten.
123. VI. — Abraham W., born March 26, 1862; issue, eleven.
124. VII. — Alice M., born March -*o, 1865 ; issue, three.
36 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Stephen S. Wiggins, sixth son of William Wiggins and Mary
(White) Wiggins, was born December 25, 1824; married (1)
Esther Camp, January 1, 1845; married (2) Hannah Cross,
October 29, 1871 ; died December 5, 1891.
Children by first wife :
I. — William Arthur, born November 9, 1845.
125. II. — Margaret Sophia, born February 26, 1848; issue,
III. — Isaac C, born September 27, 1850.
126. IV. — Wallace Ernest, born October 27, 1852; issue, six.
I26y 2 . V. — Mary Elizabeth, born April 16, 1856; died young.
127. VI. — Annie Pintard, born September 9, 1859; married
R. E. Achom, January 4, 1887.
1273/2. VII. — George Stephen, born August 4, 1861 ; issue, seven.
Children by second wife :
VIII. — Solomon Camp, born November 10, 1872.
IX. — Esther Eloise, born September 7, 1874; married
H. B. Scott, September 20, 1899.
X. — Lila Eldora, born April 19, 1876.
128. XL — Hannah M., born February 26, 1878; married John
Marston; issue, two.
Sophia M. Wiggins, second daughter of William Wiggins
and Mary (White) Wiggins, was born June 18, 1827; married
(1) Alexander Mcintosh, February 1, 1844; married (2) James
Hughes, June 12, 1877; died January 16, 1904.
I. — Daniel O., bor n April 28, 185 1.
II. — William V., born February 8, 1853.
129. III. — Grace B., born January 28, 1855 ; issue, five.
IV. — Stephen A., born May 30, 1857; married Agnes R.
McKinley, November 3, 1882.
130. V. — Helen V., born September 3, 1859; issue, eight.
131. VI. — Mary L., born January 26, 1863; issue, seven.
Elizabeth S. Wiggins, third daughter of William Wiggins
and Mary (White) Wiggins, was born September 1, 1830; mar-
ried 'William N. Little, August 12, 1852; died July 13, 1895.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 37
132. I. — Amelia E., born June 28, 1853; issue, nine.
133. II. — Elvira A., born October 18, 1854; issue, eleven.
Esther C. Wiggins, fourth daughter of William Wiggins and
Mary (White) Wiggins, was born April 11, 1832; married
Charles A. Wiggins, October 1, 1852; died August 31, 1880.
I. — Celia M., born June 10, 1858; married Thomas
Wiggins, February 20, 1889.
134. II. — Wilford Hempson, born December 19, 1861 ; issue,
III. — Lillas A., born January 27, 1863.
IV.— Margery S., born March 8, 1866.
V.— Charlotte E., born May 24, 1868.
Deborah Schofield Wiggins, fifth daughter of William Wig-
gins and Mary ('White) Wiggins, was born April 30, 1835; mar-
ried James Cody; died September 25, 1893.
I. — Louise M., born January 12, 1854; married Sher-
man Williams, April 10, 1874; issue, two.
135. II. — Stanley W., born November 8, 1856; issue, five.
III. — James W., born October 4, 1859; married Jemima
Roice, October 10, 1890; no issue.
IV. — Minnie M., born May 29, 1865 ; married Milton
Spragg, September 20, 1885 ; issue, one.
V. — Wilford W., born May 27, 1868; married Kather-
ine Powers, October 4, 1894; issue, one.
VI. — Hiram N., born October 6, 1870; married Nellie
Smith, September 9, 1895.
VII. — Charles E., born July 6, 1874; married Nora Sulli-
van, June 6, 1897; issue, two.
VIII. — Jennie M., born February 26, 1877; married Joseph
Rice, January 4, 1899; issue, one.
Mary Victoria Wiggins, youngest child of William Wiggins
and Mary (White) Wiggins, was born November 4, 1837; mar-
ried Daniel Mott, September 14, 186 1.
38 THE WHITE FAMILY.
I. — Elgin E., born September 28, 1862 ; unmarried.
136. II. — Esther M., born May 1, 1864; issue, six.
137. III. — Marshal E., born March 9, 1866; issue, two.
138. IV. — Clarence H., born June 1, 1868; issue, five.
J 39- V. — Minnie E., born May 12, 1872; married Robert
Wasson, February 16, 1899; issue, two.
VI. — Mary E., born May 8, 1876; unmarried.
VII. — ' William N., born October 20, 1881 ; unmarried.
Lucretia Briggs, eldest daughter of Susan White and Hiram
Briggs, was born 1816; married Robert Orchard, July 20, 1833;
died March 25, 1903.
140. I. — Hiram, born May 4, 1833; issue, six.
141. II. — William, born May 27, 1836; died February 4,
1904; issue, six.
142. III. — Thomas, born May 9, 1838; issue, three.
IV. — George, born May 16, 1840; married (1) Sarah
Smith; married (2) Sarah Boil in 1887; no
143. V. — John, born April 14, 1842; issue, fifteen.
144. VI. — Samuel, born March 4, 1844; issue, five.
145. VII. — Rebecca A., born May 20, 1848; issue, seven.
146. VIII. — Emma Jane, born August 15, 1850; issue, seven.
147. IX. — Mary A., born March 12, 1852; issue, eight.
X. — Louise, died in infancy.
XL — Robert, died in infancy.
XII. — James, died in infancy.
XIII. — Oswald, died in infancy.
Mahala Briggs, second daughter of Susan White and Hiram
Briggs, was born March 3, 1819; married (1) Mordecai Starkey,
February 3, 1835; issue, five; married (2) Charles H. Jacobs in
1853; married (3) S. M. Boon in 1894.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 39
I. — Hiram, born December 8, 1836; married Sally
II. — Thomas G., born December 31, 1838; married
III. — Melissa Jane, born March 12, 1841.
IV. — Louise, born May 8, 1844; married Edward White,
a son of Philip White, 1852.
V. — Matilda Ann, born August 3, 1846; married James
Patterson ; issue, one daughter, Mahala Esther.
Sarah H. Briggs, third daughter of Susan White and Hiram
Briggs, was born 182 1 ; married George Ramsey.
I. — Hannah S., born December 17, 1839; married John
II. — George W., born August 22, 1840.
III.— Amos S.
V. — Sarah.
VI. — Isaiah.
Stephen Briggs. eldest son of Susan White and Hiram Briggs,
was born 1823; married Amanda Bennison ; died November 6,
I. — Mary A. ; married Samuel Girvan.
II. — Adeliza M.; married Hugh McLean.
III. — Charles L. ; married Mary A. Girvan.
IV. — George H. ; married Sarah Burpee.
V. — Susan ; married Andrew Stewart.
VI. — Henry; died, aged twenty-three.
VII. — Alfred W. ; married Jennie Ramsey.
VIII.— Samuel W., married Esther Smith.
IX. — Lucretia ; married Isaac Baird.
X. — Carrie; married Price Mallory.
40 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Alfred Briggs, second son of Susan White and Hiram Briggs,
was born 1825 ; married Johanna Els worth.
II. — Leander.
Charlotte Briggs, fourth daughter of Susan White and Hiram
Briggs, was born October 11, 1826; married Robert Orchard in
1846; died October 5, 1862.
I. — Elizabeth, born October 8, 1848.
II. — Clarissa, born November 18, 1850.
III. — James, born January 15, 1853.
IV. — Susanna A., born May 9, 1855.
V. — Frederick W., born May 7, 1858.
VI. — Harry S., medical doctor.
148. VII. — Samuel B., born January 19, i85i ; issue, five.
Diademia Briggs, youngest daughter of Susan White and
Hiram Briggs, was born February 9, 1837; married James Mac-
Dougald, April 22, 1856.
I. — Ida Evelyn, born September 18, 1857.
149. II. — Annie, born June 22, 1859; issue, three.
150. III. — Grace Elizabeth Newton, born December 23, 1862;
IV. — Alma, born October 18, 1865.
V. — Susanna, born August 12, 1868.
VI. — Frederick B., born January 11, 1875.
VII. — Geraldine E., born April 16, 1877.
Rose Ann Manzer, second daughter of Sarah White and
Henry Manzer, was born 1823 ; married Ebenezer Burpee in
1845 J issue, one.
151. I. — Elizabeth A., born September 2, 1849; issue,
THE WHITE FAMILY. 41
Mary Lester Manzer, third daughter of Sarah White and
Henry Manzer, was born April 12, 1827; married John Hutchin-
son, November 30, 1847.
I. — George, born October 11, 1848; never married.
152. II. — Rose Ann, born November 2, 1851 ; issue, four.
153. III. — Clara P., born October 10, 1852; issue, nine.
154. IV. — Lena W., born November 19, 1854; issue, three.
155. V. — James F., born February 28, 1857; issue, seven.
VI. — John, born March 7, 1861 ; married Annie Hender-
son ; issue, one daughter, Agnes.
156. VII. — Margaret, born September 10, 1863; issue, six.
157. VIII. — Bertha F., born October 11, 1865 ; issue, four.
Amelia Jane Manzer, fourth daughter of Sarah White and
Henry Manzer, was born March 12, 183 1 ; married Joseph B.
Withrow, December 7, 1848.
I. — Sarah Ann, born October 26, 1850; married
Sidney B. Lawton, December 25, 1889; issue,
II. — Eliza Jane, born November 20, 1852 ; married
Arthur Clarkson, February 21, 1877; issue,
one son, Freeman L., born July 30, 1880.
158. III. — Amos Manzer, born September 27, 1854; issue,
IV. — Samuel McGregor, born November 10, 1856;
married (1) Grace Crocker, December, 1880;
issue, one child, Orphax, born January 14,
1882; married (2) Alma Holder, April 28,
1892 ; issue, one son, Leslie H., born in June,
I 59- V. — Ada E., born February 20, i860; issue, five.
160. VI. — Amelia M., born April 28, 1862; issue, two.
VII. — Mary A., born October 19, 1875.
VIII. — Oswald C, born January 12, 1878; married Maud
Martin, December 31, 1903 ; no issue.
IX. — Mabel, born October 1, 1880; married to Percy
42 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Deborah Tilton Manzer, fifth daughter of Sarah White and
Henry Manzer, was born March 2, 1833; married (1) Daniel
Withrow, December 7, 1848; issue, one son; married (2) Nelson
Hallock in 1876; issue, one daughter; married (3) Britt; issue,
Children by first marriage :
I. — Isaac, born March 31, 185 1.
Children by second marriage :
II. — Adelaide; married Stephen Burpee; issue four.
Children by third marriage ;
III. — One son.
Samuel White Manzer, youngest child of Sarah White and
Henry Manzer, was born 1840; married Harriett Chemberlain
in 1861 ; died in 1873.
I. — Lucinda.
161. II. — Lena, born June 10, 1866; issue, four.
III. — William Manzer, born June, 1868; issue, one
IV. — Deborah T. Manzer; married • — Britt.
V. — Lizzie Manzer, born 1872 ; married Alexander
Traverse; issue, four.
Frances E. Wilson, eldest child of Deborah Tilton (White)
and Samuel Wilson, born March 23, 181 7; married Elizabeth A.
Black; died April 10, 1903; issue, six.
I. — George Henry, born April 23, 1840; was drown-
ed, August 13, 1856.
162. II. — William Edward, bora August 17, 1842; issue,
163. III. — Albert DesBrisay, born March 17, 1845; issue,
164. IV. — Amos Perley, born August 23, 1847; issue, four.
165. V. — Amon A., born January 21, 1850; issue, six.
166. VI.— Priscilla L., born May 18, 1852.
167. VII. — Zepheniah, born September 18, 1854.
VIII. — George Alfred, born February 13, 1857.
THE WHITE FAMILY. . 43
Eliza J. (Wilson) Black was born September 22, 1819, and
married William Black; issue, ten.
I. — Matilda, married Albert D. Wilson, who died at
II. — William H. ; married Charlotte Akerley.
III. — James A. ; married Mary Straight.
IV. — Sarah, married Rev. F. S. Todd; died about 1902.
VII. — Samantha; married W. Anderson.
VIII.— Alfred S.
X. — Asa L.
Eleanor A. Wilson was born February 18, 1822; married
Samuel Black, and died October 5, 1904; issue, nine.
I. — Julia S., born May 6, 1842.
II. — Mary E., born January n, 1844.
III. — Emily L., born March 12, 1846.
IV. — Noah D., born March 12, 1849.
V. — George S., born September 29, 1851.
VI. — Delbert B., born June 27, 1854.
VII. — Adelaide, born March 14, 1856.
VIIL— Alwilda E., born May 7, 1859.
IX. — Thomas A. W., born August 24, 1863.
Vincent Wilson, fifth child, and third son of Deborah Tilton
(White) and Samuel Wilson, was born December 8, 1826; mar-
ried Margaret D. Black, January 2, 1856; issue, eleven.
I. — Eleanor H., born October 20, 1856; married A. C.
Chase, December 22, 1886.
II. — Herbert S., born April 9, 1859; married Delila
Trecartin, December 21, 1887.
44 THE WHITE FAMILY.
III. — Rebecca J. T., born August 13, 1861 j married
Solomon Hamm, November 19, 1881.
IV. — Jacob A., born November 9, 1863 ; married Jennie
Parneby, July 7, 1891.
Eva O, born July 6, 1866; married Fred Black.
VI. — Deborah T. I., born October 13, 1868; married
Ernest D. Starky, March 11, 1886.
VII. — Amasa M., born November 5, 1871 ; married Ola
J. Strong, November g t 1898.
VIII. — Rachel B., born August 21, 1873; married Charles
Gilchrist, May 24, 1894.
IX. — Hilda F. C, born November 4, 1875.
X. — Hiersey S. born December 14, 1877.
XL — Hessie L., born January 23, 1883.
Samuel Wilson, fourth son of Deborah Tilton (White) and
Samuel Wilson, was born December 8, 1830. He married
Annabelle Cameron, April 7, 1863 ; issue, five.
I. — Adena, born June 26, 1865; married Harding
Fowler, who died 1904.
II. — Frederick P., born September 9, 1866.
III. — Victoria J., born June 29, 1868.
IV.— Wilmot W., born April 7, 1872.
V. — Florence S., born 1870.
Jacob Wilson, sixth son of Deborah Tilton (White) and
Samuel Wilson, married Lauretta Little, daughter of Little,
M. D. ; issue, nine.
I. — John Overton.
V.— Charles B.
VI.— Edson M.
VII.— Willard L.
IX. — Jessie.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 45
James H. Wilson, eighth son of Deborah Tilton (White) and
Samuel Wilson, was born February 6, 1837, and married Deborah
Ann Belyea; issue, six.
Annie; married to Patch.
II. — Penery.
III. — Douglas.
IV. — Frances.
V. — Alma; married Henry Porter.
VI. — Herman.
Phcebe E. Fairweather, eldest daughter of Eleanor White
and Jedediah Fairweather, was born September 10, 1824; mar-
ried Patrick Lemon, January 10, 1842.
168. I. — Sophia A., married to Andrew Long; issue six.
II. — Phcebe L, married William S. Cody; issue, one
169. III. — Emma L. ; issue, seven.
IV. — Alice D., married Duncan Beaton.
170. V. — Ainsley; issue, four.
VI. — Mary S., married Odbur Colwell.
171. VII. — John T. ; issue, five.
172. VIII. — Hiram C. ; issue, two.
IX. — Alberta L., married Ernest Boothman.
Nelson Fairweather, eldest son of Eleanor White and Jede-
diah Fairweather, married Bridget McCamley.
I. — Sarah.
II. — Jedediah, married Isabel Hoar.
III. — Rosette, married Hopkins.
IV. — William, married Kinnear.
V. — Nelson, unmarried.
Mary Fairweather, second daughter of Eleanor White and
Jedediah Fairweather, married Joel Crawford.
46 THE WHITE FAMILY.
I. — Samuel, married Margaret Fisher.
II. — Mary, married James Jones.
III. — Charles, married Keirstead.
Emma J. Fairweather, third daughter of Eleanor White and
Jedediah Fairweather, married John Secord.
I. — Margaret, married Charles Stevens.
II. — Ella, married James Strong.
III. — James W., unmarried.
Adelaide Fairweather, fourth daughter of Eleanor White and
Jedediah Fairweather, married Mariner Kinnear.
I. — Emma, married Joseph McGrath.
II. — Margaret, married Joseph McGrath.
III. — Ida, married Robert Thompson.
IV. — William, married Kate Horsman.
Margaret Fairweather, fifth daughter of Eleanor White and
Jedediah Fairweather, married Gilbert Wiggins.
I. — Eben.
III. — Diademia, married Benjamin Barrett.
IV. — Elsie, married Higgens.
V. — Mary, unmarried.
Eliza Fairweather, youngest daughter of Eleanor White and
Jedediah Fairweather, married Robert Thorne.
I. — Douglas.
II. — Cecelia.
III. — Beatrice, married George Payne.
IV. — Valencia, married Morgan.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 47
De Lesdermir Hardwood White, eldest child of William Ed-
ward and Catherine (Marshall) 'White, was born October 15,
1840; married Autley Bulyea, October 24, 1866, and resides at
Tilbury, Kent County, Ontario.
I. — Catherine Augusta M., bor n October 27, 1867;
married Joseph Beno, January 22, 1896.
II. — Albert Edward, born December 20, 1868.
III. — Miriam Amelia, born March 2, 1871.
IV. — Charles Frederic, born October 6, 1876; died fn
V. — Louisa A., bor n July 19, 1878; died in infancy.
VI. — George Douglas, born March 10, 1882.
VII. — Edgar H., born December 16, 1884; died in infancv.
Samuel White Robertson, eldest son of John Robertson ani
Charlotte (White) Robertson, was born December 13, 1830;
married Ellen Gibson, February 11, 1858; died July 31, 1895.
173. I. — Lillie S., born March 30, 1859; issue, three.
174. II. — Charles M., born April 23, 1862; issue, four.
III. — Annie M., died in infancy.
IV. — Wm. A., died in infancy.
V. — Caroline J., died in infancy.
VI. — Fred. J., died in infancy.
VII. — Douglas H., died in infancy.
John Marshall Robertson, second son of John Robertson and
Charlotte (White) Robertson, was born September 28, 1832, and
married Sarah Manzer.
48 THE WHITE FAMILY.
I. — Ida D., married Henry Boon.
II. — Florence, married James Boon.
III. — Maggie G., married Edward Armstrong.
V. — Harry, married Lawson.
VI. — Odbur, married Elizabeth Layton.
Annie Louise Robertson, second daughter of John Robertson
and Charlotte (White) Robertson, was born February 4, 1838,
and married George Sharpe.
I.— Edward M.
III. — Louis.
IV.— Herbert M.
VI.— Flora L.
George Gordon Byron Robertson, fourth son of John
Robertson and Charlotte (White) Robertson, was born January
23, 1840; married Almira W T ade, August 16, 1863; died Septem-
ber 21, 1899.
175. I. — Harry S., born April 24, 1865 ; issue, three.
176. II. — Ernest L., born October 6, 1867; issue, three.
177. III. — John R., born September 21, 1871 ; issue, two.
IV. — Stanley E., born February 11, 1884.
Philip White, eldest son of Samuel and Margaret (Davis)
White, was born January 24, 1839; married Mary Simonds,
February 6, 1867.
I. — Lilla, born February 15, 1870; died June 6, 1884.
II. — George, born March 19, 1872; married Clara M.
Titus, August 20, 1902.
III. — Amelia Olive, born December 8, 1873.
IV.— Mary E. Maud, born October 20, 1875.
V. — Florence Ethelene, born September 1 1, 1887.
VI. — Emma Blanche, born May 13, 1880.
VII.— Walter Phillip, born October 24, 1885.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 49
John Davis White, second son of Samuel and Margaret
(Davis) White, was born August 7, 1840; married Euphemia
D. Akerley, December 30, 1863.
II. — Charles.
William S. White, fourth son of Samuel and Margaret
(Davis) White, was born February 22, 1848; married Jean Jack-
son, September 19, 187 1.
II. — Gertrude.
III. — Lottie.
Charles G. White, fifth son of Samuel and Margaret (Davis)
White, was born November 7, 1849; married Florence Goin,
November 3, 1878.
III. — -Irma.
IV. — Henry D., born May 2y; 1853 ; married to Cornelia
Norton, September 7, 1884; issue one, Louis.
George A. White, eldest son of John L. and Lucy (Corning)
White, was born August 10, 1845 5 married Eleanor J. Pike,
August 15, 1876.
I. — James B.
II. — George M.
III.— John S.
IV.— David A.
V.— William H. N.
VI.— Lucy E.
VII.— Julia A.
VIII.— Ethel M. •
IX.— Edith C.
50 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Benjamin Lorenzo Dow White, second son of John L. and
Lucy (Corning) 'White, was born July 4, 1849; married Catherine
I. — William Henry, born April 30, 1866; married
Loretta B. Walker.
II. — Norman Malcolm, married Maggie Laskey.
III. — Matilda Jane, married Charles Okely.
IV. — Lucy Henrietta, married Dross.
V. — James Theodore, married Dora Fullerton, June,
VI. — Lilly E., married Merritt Straight.
VII. — Louise.
VIII. — Clarence.
Charles W. Nichols, eldest son of Charles E. Nichols and
Sarah G. (White) Nichols, was born September 29, i860; mar-
ried Melinda A. Williams, July 22, 1896.
I. — Clement F., born July 27, 1897.
II. — Lillian G., born May 13, 1898.
III. Hazel M., twin sister of Lillian G.
Kirk C. Nichols, second son of Charles E. Nichols and Sarah
G. (White) Nichols, married Rebecca Williams, September 28,
I. — Rowena P., born November, 1900.
II. — Alfred G* born September 16, 1903.
Peter White, second son of John Tilton White and Bridget
(Rogers) White, was born December 12, 1834; married
Elizabeth 'W. Amos, January 3, 1869; resides in San Francisco,
I. — Mabel Tilton, born February 13, 1870; married
Charles G. Sebury, June 30, 1893.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 51
Jacob Wiggins White, third son of John Tilton White and
Bridget (Rogers) White, was born April 14, 1836; married
Sarah E. Babbit, July, 1868; resides in San Francisco, U. S. .
178. I. — Arthur Edwin, born June 30, 1873; issue, two.
II. — Charles Harry, born June 23, 1875.
Charlotte Ann White, eldest daughter of John Tilton White
and Bridget (Rogers) White, was born July 19, 1838; married
Joseph McDonald; issue, five.
I. — Alice.
II. — Egbert.
III. — Wilmot.
IV. — Annie.
Asa Leander White, fourth son of John Tilton White and
Bridget (Rogers) White, was born May 1, 1842; married Linda
W. Amos, November 29, 1876; resides in San Francisco, U. S.
I. — Florence Pauline, born April 16, 1879.
II. — William Thornton, born May 26, 1881.
Lemuel Wilmot White, youngest son of John Tilton White
and Bridget (Rogers) White, was born March 26, 1846; mar-
ried Mary Ferris, January 18, 1881 ; died April 7, 1894.
I. — Clifford C, born November 30, 1883.
II. — Wesley W., born March 20, 1885.
III.— Linda M., born March 27, 1886.
IV. — Peter W., horn November 29, 1888.
Caroline R. White, second daughter of Samuel Vincent
White and Mary B. (Scribner) White, was born August 12,
1853 ; niarried Wellington Cox, October 3, 1877.
52 THE WHITE FAMILY.
I. — Mary E., born September 8, 1881.
- II._Frecl. W., born May. 26,. 1885.
Harry F. White, sixth son of Samuel Vincent Wihite and
Mary B. (Seribner) White, was born September 22, 1864; mar-
ried Sarah Mowaitt, July 18, 1881.
I. — Ida E., born October 13, 1883.
II.— Maud C, born March 20,-1885.
III.— Samuel W., born September 20, 1886.
IV. — Ford W., born January 21, 1890.
V. — Bessie M. born September 27, 1891.
George Harding White, eldest son of Gilbert and Julia
Elvira ( Flewwelling) White, was born December 2, 1839; mar-
ried Frances A. Cougle ; issue, seven.
George H. White, during six or seven years before his com-
ing of age, lived with his uncle, James E. White, in Sussex, and
was a clerk in the store of W. H. & J. E. White at that place.
Shortly after attaining his majority he went into business on his
own account, opening a general store at Sussex. For upwards
of forty years he continued to carry on at Sussex the business
of a merchant, and during a great part of that time was largely
interested in lumbering. ■ Be was in partnership for short terms
successively with George H. Barnes, John Humphreys, James
Titus, and Simeon H. White. He as largely interested in the
Flewwelling Manufacturing Company at Hampton. He is one
of the most prosperous and successful business men of Sussex,
and to his energy and enterprise that thriving town owes largelv
its rapid growth and development. He is now retired from
active work, other than the considerable labor involved in look-
ing after his investments. He is one of the principal contribu-
tors to the support of the Baptist church in Sussex.
I. — Harry Gilbert, born October 15, 1861 ; died
December 24, 1862.
II. — Julia A., born October, 1863 ; died August 25,
III. — Laura May, born November 22, 1865 ; married
John H. Morrison ; issue, one son, George.
GEORGE H. WHITE.
H. A. WHITE.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 53
IV.— Gilford Harding, born August 22, 1868 ; married
1905, Mrs. Alice Ferguson.
179. V. — Abbie M., born January 3, 1871 ; issue, four.
VI. — George Hammond, born June 30, 1872; married
VII. — James, born in 1876; died in infancy.
Henry Asa 'White, second son of Gilbert White and Elvira
(Flewwelling) White, was born January 2, 1845, at Grand Lake.
He began business at St. John as a grocer. After a few years
he removed to Sussex and kept a general store there. Some
years ago he sold out his store business to S. H. White & Co.,
and since then has been engaged in the insurance business. He
is a Presbyterian, and an active worker in that church. He
married Eliza A. Fairweather, January 4, 1866, who died Septem-
ber 12, 1904. He had no issue.
Gilbert James Coulter White, son of Gilbert and Eleanor
Ann (Gillis) White/was born February 18, 1859; married Mary
Elizabeth Blanchard, of Windsor, N. S., March 25, 1886; is now
pastor of a Baptist church at Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada ; issue,
L— Gilbert Vincent, born April 11, 1887.
II. — Eleanor Randall ,born June 7, 1888.
III. — Margaret Timilin, born September 17, 1891.
IV. — Miriam Coulter, born January 5, 1896; died in
Walter Woodworth White, M. D., son of Vincent S. and
Charlotte White, was born in the city of St. John, N. B., Dec-
ember 14, 1862, was educated at the public schools in that city,
and at the University of New Brunswick, at which latter in-
stitution he graduated B.A., in 1882, taking honours in classics
and natural science. Graduated M. D. C. M. at McGill in
1884, an d the same year was admitted by the last mentioned
university, B. A., ad eundum. Began the practice of
medicine and surgery in St. John in 1887 and has since that
date continued to reside and practise his profession in that city
where he is recognized as one of its leading physicians. Was
54 THE WHITE FAMILY.
for eleven years physician and surgeon on the staff of the
General Public Hospital and is now on the commission of that
Institution. He has been a member of the School Board
about twelve years and is a Director of the Bank of New
Brunswick and a partner with John E. Moore in the enter-
prising and successful business firm of V. S. White & Co.
Was Alderman for Wellington Ward for several years and was
elected Mayor of the City in 1892 and held that office for four
consecutive years. Was twice elected by acclamation, he has
been active in the militia and is now Lieutenant Commanding.
In politics he is a Conservative ; in religion he is Episcopalian.
June 14.. 1863, he married Helen G., daughter of H. D. Troop.
I. — Douglas Vincent, born April 18, 1895.
II. — Mary 'Woodworth, born February 25, 1897.
III. — Edith deSoyres, born January 30, 1898.
IV. — Constance St. John, born April 1, 1904.
Julia Elvira White, eldest child of William Henry White and
his second wife, Eliza Jane Hatfield, was, born January 28, 1852;
married John E. Irvine, October 16, 1874.
180. I. — Mary Edna, born December 25, 1875 ; issue, three.
II. — William Henry, born February 25, 1878.
III. — Arthur M., born July 12, 1886.
IV. — Kenneth J., died in infancy.
V.— Helen S., born April 1, 1885.
Marianna White, second daughter of William Henry White
and Eliza Jane (Hatfield) 'White, was born July 10, 1855; mar-
ried William B. McKay, September 3, 1879.
I. — Violet E., born April 5, 1882.
II. — Grace W., born February 20, 1884.
III. — Gordon B., born November 25, 1887.
WALTER W. WHITE.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 55
Daniel Wesley Hatfield White, born February 16, i860, only
son of WiliiamHenry and Eiiza Jane Hatfield. Early education
recived at the Sussex Grammar school. Afterwards a two years'
course at the Mount Allison Colleges. Learned telegraphy and
railroading at Sussex I. C. R. Station. Opened the first book,
stationery and printing establishment at Sussex, and after dis-
posing of the same began the study of medicine and dentistry at
Philadelphia, Pa., taking a six years' course and graduating from
both colleges in April, 1886. Returning in the same year took a
post praduate course and entered the college hospital as resident
Began the practice of medicine and dentistry at Dartmouth,
Nova Scotia, after having passed the Dalhousie medical matricula-
tion examination and registering ; remained two years. Move dto
St. Stephen, N. B., and after practising his profession returned to
Sussex, N. B. Was appointed one of the Dental Council of New
Brunswick; resigned from office after two years. Appointed
coroner for the county of Kings, N. B., June 3, 1892. Took post
graduate course at the Chicago Dental College, receiving a diploma
therefrom ; also took special lectures at the Rush Medical College
of Physicians and Surgeone and Cook County Hospital of Chicago.
Married to Margaret Louise Gillespie of St. George, Charlotte
County, N. B., April 23, 1883, having four children.
I. — Harold Gillespie, born February 3, 1884.
II. — Jean Eileen, born June 30, 1886.
III. — Katherine Louise, June 14, 1888.
IV. — Frank Havelock, October 4, 1890.
Laura Eliza White, third daughter of Willian Henry White
and Eliza Jane (Hatfield) White, was born March 8, 1867; mar-
ried Clarence Spooner, January 2.2, 1890.
I. — Alice K., born November 29, 1890.
II.— Dorothy C, born November 12, 1892.
III. — Doris L., born August 28, 1894.
56 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Augusta Amanda White, eldest child of James Edward White
and Margaret (Scott) White, was born February 23, 1850;
married G. Ernest Fairweather, September 27, 1876.
I. — Margaret Winnifred, born July 31, 1884.
Albert Scott White, son of James E. White and Margaret
(Scott) White, was born in Sussex, 12th April, 1855. His
father removed with his family to St. John in 1857. After
attending the Varley school in that city from his tenth until his
fourteenth year, he went to Sackville Academy in 1869, and
graduated in arts at Mount Allison College, May, 1873. Shortly
after graduating, he managed for a year the business of the St.
John Rope-walk, but, during this year, employed his spare time
in the study of law. In 1876 he entered Harvard law school as
a senior, and there took LL. B. degree in 1877. He at once
began to practice law in Sussex, and has ever since continued to
reside and practice his profession at that place.
In 1886 he was elected to the legislature as one of the repre-
sentatives of Kings County, and was returned as representative
for that county in six successive elections — twice by acclamation.
In 1889 he was unanimously elected speaker of the legisla-
ture, and three years later became solicitor-general in the Blair
administration. This office he continued to hold throughout the
remainder of the Blair administration, and all of the Mitchell
administration, becoming attorney-general upon Mr. Emmerson's
assuming the premiership. He resigned his seat to contest, in
the Liberal interest, the united Counties of Queens and Sunbury
in the Dominion election of 1900, but was defeated. In 1900
he was appointed chairman of the commission to revise and con-
solidate the New Brunswick public statutes. He also drafted
for the Dominion Government the Railway Act, 1903, which
provides for the establishment of the present Board of Railway
Commissioners, and revises and consolidates the existing railway
law of Canada. He holds the honorary degree of Doctor of
Laws from Mount Allison College. In 1892 he married Ida M..
daughter of David Vaughan, of St. Martins ; has one son, Donald
Vaughan White ; is a Methodist, and a Liberal in politics.
I. — Donald Vaughan, born May 8, 1895.
HON. ALBERT S. WHITE
THE WHITE FAMILY. 57
Oscar Brunswick White, second surviving son of James E.
White and Margaret (Scott) White, was born October 9, 1864.
at St. John, N. B., where after receiving an education in the public
schools there he was a student at Mount Allison Sackville
Academy for two years, and at the School of Technology in
Boston, U. S., one year, he was then engaged with the Brush
Electric Company, Cleveland, about four years, and as an expert
superintended the introduction of electric light plant in several
towns and factories. He returned to St. John and entered into
partnership with Geo. H. Waring as machinists and foundrymen
under the name of Waring, White and Company. They elected
those buildings at Lower Cove, and purchased from the Kings-
ley Boiler Company their building and plant all of which is now
occupied by the St. John Iron 'Works Co. He soon bought out
Geo. H. Waring's interest, and continued the management under
the same name for nine years when the business was taken over
by the St. John Iron Works Co., and he was engaged by the
Burrell Johnson Co. of Yarmouth, N. S., then for two years
as their manager. Soon after leaving that firm he went west
and is now farming in Souris, Manitoba.
Fred. Johnson White, third son of Jacob Dykeman White
and Maria (Pevey) White, was born September 1, 1862; married
Jean M. Gilmour, and resides in Sioux City, U. S. A.
I. — Margaret M., born April 22, 1887.
II. — Charles K., born August 28, 1889.
III. — Frederick G., born June 25, 1891.
IV. — Pevey D., born September 16, 1902.
Eleanor Pevey White, only daughter of Jacob Dykeman
White and Maria (Pevey) White, was born April 1, 1864; mar-
ried James E. Cowan, July 4, 1893.
I. — Maria Pevey, born August 3, 1894.
58 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Ada Isabella Gillis, eldest daughter of Elisha Gillis and Dorcas
Elizabeth (White) Gillis, was born March 4, 1858; married
Benjamin F. Merritt, September 14, 1881.
I. — Bessie M., born October 29, 1889; died February
_ Fred. Lincoln Gillis, only son of Elisha Gillis and Dorcas
Elizabeth (White) Gillis, was born February 22, 1862; married
Susan M. Slipp, January 21, 1891.
I. — Gertrude M., born July I, 1894.
Mary Frances White, eldest daughter of Hiram Briggs White
and Mary Jane (Hay ward) White, was born November 24, 1859;
married Rev. Charles W. Hamilton; she died July 19, 1893.
I. — Henry Hay ward, born July 21, 1881.
II. — Frances Gertrude, born August 17, 1888.
Sarah Alberta Gunter, second daughter of Deborah Jane
(White) Gunter and John L. Gunter, was born December 24,
1868; married Dr. James A. Mclntyre, March 1, 1893.
I. — Annie Enid, born November 13, 1894.
II.- — Bessie Jane, born September 16, 1896.
III. — Miriam Gunter, born October 16, 1898.
IV. — Haldane McGregor, born July 8, 1904.
Simeon Hatfield White, eldest son of Charles Titus White
and Mary Ann (Hatfield) White, was born at Belleisle, Decem-
ber 4, i860; married (1) Edna Hallett, November 21, 1883; she
died May 29, 1891 ; issue, one daughter; married (2) Grace Hal-
lett, sister to his first wife, May 8, 1895; she died May 10, 1897;
issue, two; married (3) Ida M. Fairweather, December 8, 1897;
SIMEON H. WHITE, Junior.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 59
Simeon H. White's father, Charles T., moved, with his
family, to St. John, remaining there two years. He then moved
to Sussex, where Simeon H. has continued to reside up to the
present time. Received his education at the common school,
Sussex. Went to work in the store of G. H. White at the age
of sixteen, remaining with him as employe about one and one-half
years. Was then with his father, as clerk, for about three years.
He then went into business with G. H. White as partner, the
firm's name being G. H. White & Co., which partnership existed
for about two and one-half years. Started business on his own
account one year after dissolving partnership with G. H. White,
continuing business for himself for about five years. Then took
into partnership with him A. L. Price and W. J. Mills. After
three years, bought out A. L. Price's interest, the firm's name
always being S. H. White & Co. This firm continued until some
five years ago, when an amalgamation took place of the firms of
G. H. White & Co., Huestis & Mills, and S. H. White & Co.,
under the corporate name of The Sussex Mercantile Co., Ltd.,
with Simeon H. White as president.
In the past ten years he has established the following busi-
nesses, which are all at the present time (1905) in a flourishing
condition, viz. :
The Alma Lumber & S. B. Co., whose property is located in
Albert County, Parish of Alma, with the mill, store and shipping
port at Alma, on the Upper Salmon River.
The Little Salmon River Lumber Co., whose property is
situated on Little Salmon River, St. John County.
The Havelock Lumber Co., whose property is situated on
Thome's Brook and the Canaan River, Kings and Queens
The Pollet River Lumber Co., whose property is situated on
the Pollet River, in Albert and Westmorland Counties.
The Sussex Manufacturing 1 Co., doing a general iron and
woodworking business in Sussex.
The Sussex Packing Co., packers of pork and canners of meats
The Sussex and Chelmsford Spring Co., bottlers of non-
The Maritime Dairy Co., having about twenty different butter
and cheese factories.
Of all of these companies Simeon H. White is president, and
in most cases general manager. He is financially interested in
numerous other business enterprises, and, in a word, is one of the
most active and successful business men in the Province.
60 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Children by first wife :
I. — Delia, born October 2J, 1886.
Children by second wife :
II. — Claude P., born November 25, 1895 ; died in
1 III.— Ralph Waldo, born April 28, 1897.
Children by third wife :
IV. — Helen Gertrude, born December 23, 1898.
V. — Charles Percy, born February 16, 1900.
VI. — Frances Hallett, born July 25, 1902.
VII. — Edna, born May 17, 1904.
Diadama P. White, eldest daughter of Charles Titus White
and Mary Ann (Hatfield) White, was born October 9, 1862;
married Andrew L. Price, December 4, 1884.
I. — Pearl, born September 22, 1886.
II. — Charles B., born January 13, 1889.
Gilbert Harley White, second son of Charles Titus White and
Mary Ann (Hatfield) White, was born September 4, 1869; mar-
ried Laura McFadzen, October 19, 1899.
I. — Hazel Doris, born August 20, 1900.
Ernest V. Wiggins, second son of William W. Wiggins and
Esther (Burpee) Wiggins, married Amelia McLean.
I. — Horlen W., born May 21, 1893.
II. — Guy B., born May 29, 1895.
III. — Phcebe G., born October 1, 1897.
IV. — Helen M., born April 5, 1900.
V. — Victoria M., born June 15, 1903.
Nathaniel Wiggins, third son of William W. 'Wiggins and
Esther (Burpee) Wiggins, was bom April 10, 1830; married
Phcebe Scribner, December 7, 1859.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 61
i8t. I. — Francena, born April 20, 1862; issue, four.
II, — George W., born June 28, 1865.
William Wiggins, youngest child of William W. Wiggins
Esther (Burpee) Wiggins, was born February 7, 1847, mar-
ried Martha Taylor.
I. — Charles A., born August 7, 1872.
II. — Gertrude N., born January 17, 1876.
Mary E. Wiggins, second daughter of Vincent White Wig-
gins and Charlotte E. (Wiggins), was born May 17, 1843; mar-
ried Robert Duncan, April, 1865.
I. — Susan Maude, born August 17, 1867.
II. — John Frederick, born March 15, 1870.
Thomas M. Wiggins, eldest son of Vincent White Wiggins
and Charlotte E. (Wiggins), was born November 7, 1848; mar-
ried Celia M. Wiggins, February 20, 1889. He furnished the
writer of this book much valuable information.
I. — Thompson Earle, born December 11, 1890.
II. — Susie N. O., twin of Thompson Earle.
III.— Bernice Louise, born November 5, 1893.
IV. — Stella Muriel, born November 15, 1894.
V. — Victoria Vincent, born April 1, 1898.
Caroline Wiggins, fourth daughter of Vincent White Wiggins
and Charlotte A. (Wiggins), was born September 23, 1851 ;
married George Bennison, June 6, 1871.
I. — Ernest V., born June 1, 1872; married Catherine
Long, February 8, 1898.
II. — Florence A., born October 16, 1873; married
Frank W. Cross, July 2, 1894.
62 THE WHITE FAMILY.
III. — Hattie P., born October 27, 1875 ; married James
G. Lawson, December 14, 1892.
IV. — Plevna M., born August 26, 1877; died in infancy.
V. — Lily W., born February 26, 1879; married Mace
Mildren, May 22, 1901.
VI. — James A., born March 14, 1881 ; married Mary E.
Cowden, March 11, 1903.
VII. — George F., born July 26, 1883.
Alma F. Wiggins, youngest child of Vincent White Wiggins
and Charlotte E. (Wiggins), was born April 4, 1854; married
Fred. Campbell, July 12, 1885.
I. — Morris, born November 29, 1886.
II. — Pauline, born July 28, 1889.
Mary Pervelia Wiggins, youngest daughter of Daniel S. Wig-
gins and Elizabeth Titus (Stone) Wiggins, married Lafayette
I. — Bernice, born September 18, 1880.
II. — Charles R., born February 21, 1882.
III. — Sarah L., born March 24, 1889.
Pervelia A. Wiggins, eldest daughter of Martha Ann and
Abraham R. Wiggins, was born March 15, 1844; married Isaac
Smith, January 24, 1861.
182. I. — Malinda A., born January 6, 1861 ; issue, four.
II. — Isaac H., born January 25, 1863.
III. — Minnie V., born February 26, 1865 ; married Oliver
Scott, July 25, 1897.
Susan W. Wiggins, second daughter of Martha Ann and
Abraham R. Wiggins, was born April 17, 1846; married John
Y. Cox, March 16, 1867; died June 8, 1880.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 63
I. — James F., born April 23, 1868.
183. II. — Ella V., born December 23, 1871 ; issue, two.
III. — E. A. Warneford, born March 31, 1874.
IV. — Annie L., born June 23, 1877.
Hannah Wiggins, third daughter of Martha Ann and Abra-
ham R. Wiggins, was born June 6, 1850; married John Gale,
January 9, 1868.
184. I. — Eben F. ; issue, two.
II. — William Alexander, born August 23, 1874.
III. — Martha Jane, born September 16, 1876.
IV. — Charles Henry, born August 1, 1882.
V. — Eunice Rebecca, born September 13, 1884.
VI. — Nellie Isabella, born February 10, 1887.
VII. I. ; died in infancy.
VIII. — Loretta E., died in infancy.
IX. — Ida L., died in infancy.
X. — Annie S., died in infancy.
Sarah Wiggins, fourth daughter of Martha Ann and Abraham
R. Wiggins, was born December 24, 1847 ; married John McCaw,
November 2"j, 1865.
I. — Lillia May, born December 16, 1863 ; married
Charles Lefton, August 11, 1896.
II. — Leah Dorcas, born February 7, 1872 ; married
Eben Slocum, March 11, 1891.
III. — Harold A., born July 11, 1881 ; married Nellie
Hughes, April 29, 1903.
Deborah T. Wiggins, fifth daughter of Martha Ann and
Abraham R. Wiggins, was born April 23, 1858; married Arthur
Wiggins, November 25, 1877; died October 2, 1898.
64 THE WHITE FAMILY.
I.— Eliza M., born March 20, -876.
II. — Erne M. V., born July 25, 1879; married Edward
Snodgrass, June 1, 1904.
III. — Clara K., born January 5, 1881 ; married Adam
Duthwright, March 19, 1901.
IV. — Alice G., born April 10, 1882.
V. — Mildred N., born February 24, 1884.
VI. — Bessie J., born October 27, 1886.
VII.— Nora S., born March 4, 1889.
VIII. — George F., born March 8, 1891.
IX. — James A., born October 30, 1893.
X. — Deborah S., born September 29, 1898.
Abraham W. Wiggins, only son of Martha Ann and Abraham
R. Wiggins, was born March 26, 1862; married Helen Tower,
July 23, 1884.
L— Mabel J., born April 24, 1885.
II. — Alice M., born September ,24, 1886; married Isaac
Jeffrey, June, 1904.
III.- — Harvey N., born February 10, 1888.
IV. — George A., born September 21, 1889.
V. — Eliza M., born April 29, 1891.
VI. — Charles O., born May 25, 1893.
VII. — Charlotte A,, born November 2."], 1894.
VIII. — Walter M., born February 5, 1897.
IX. — Kate E., born December 9, 1899.
X. — Lawrence N., born July 22, 1902.
Alice M. Wiggins, youngest child of Martha Ann and Abra-
ham R. Wiggins, was born March 30, 1865 ; married William
Flemming, December 22, 1886.
I. — Frank N., born January 7, 1888.
II. — Walter J., born December 25, 1889.
III. — George W., born January 6, 1891.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 65
Margaret Sophia Wiggins, eldest daughter of Stephen S.
Wiggins and Esther (Camp) Wiggins, was born February 26,
1848; married Edwin Slocum, October 31, 1877.
I. — Willie Herbert, born February 1, 1869; married
Alice Henry, September 4, 1894.
II. — Rose T., born January 18, 1872; married Walter
H. Purdy, August 1, 1893.
III. — Ella May, born October 4, 1875.
IV. — Esther Ann, born June 24, 1878; married W. M.
V. — Harry Lee, born March 20, 1886.
'Wallace Ernest Wiggins, third son of Stephen S. Wiggins
and Esther (Camp) Wiggins, was born October 2^, 1852; mar-
ried Alice Jewett, May 19, 1880.
I. — Stephen E., born April 5, 1881.
II. — Warren F., born December 2, 1882.
III. — Minnie A., born July 31, 1884.
IV. — Gillis M., born September 29, 1886.
V. — Annie J., born April 30, 1889.
VI. — Fay E., born December 25, 1890.
Mary Elizabeth Wiggins, second daughter of Stephen S.
Wiggins and Esther (Camp) Wiggins, was born April 16, 1856,
married William McBride; issue, three.
I. — Mary Catherine, born June 3, 1878; married
Thomas Gantley, October 16, 1891.
II. — William Ernest, born May 21, 1880; died «n
III. — Thomas Neales, born January 2^, 1882.
66 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Annie Pintard Wiggins, second daughter of Stephen S. Wig-
gins and Esther (Camp) Wiggins, was born September 9, 1859;
married R. E. Achom, January 4, 1887.
I. — Robert Edgar, born March 14, 1893.
II. — Esther Madeline, born December 18, 1900.
George Stephen J. Wiggins, fourth son of Stephen S. Wig-
gins and Esther (Camp) Wiggins, was born August 4, 1861 ;
married Lillie T. Campbell, July 28, 1886; issue, seven.
I. — Mary Elizabeth, born April 20. 1888.
II. — Lillie Esther, born April 4, 1890.
III. — Amber Eldora, born February 22, 1893.
IV. — Annie Martha Pintard, born September 18, 1894.
V. — Katie Maud Victoria, born October 31, 1896.
VI. — Bessie, born August 4, 1899.
Hannah M. Wiggins, youngest daughter of Stephen S. Wig-
gins and Hannah (Cross) Wiggins, was born February 26,
1878; married John Marston.
I. — Hedley Charles, born September 26, 1899.
II. — 'Edith Eldoria, born October 19,1903.
Grace B. Mcintosh, eldest daughter of Sophia M. Wiggins
and Alexander Mcintosh, was born January 28, 1855 ; married
Robert Reid in 1873.
I. — Martha J., born March 1, 1874; married Herbert
H. Marr, October 13, 1891 ; issue, three.
II. — Mary V. R., born September 2, 1876; married
Joyce Fowler, August 27, 1896; issue, one.
III. — James A., born August 23, 1879.
IV. — William B., born September i s 1881.
V. — Alexander Mcintosh, born January 21, 1885.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 67
Helen V. Mcintosh, second daughter of Sophia M. Wiggins
and Alexander Mcintosh, was born September 3, 1859; married
Andrew B. Smith, July 27, 1876.
I. — Maggie J., born February 27, 1879; married
Leonard B. Nevers, July 23, 1902.
II. — Joseph A., born March 19, 1881 ; married Delia
E. Benton, July 23, 1903.
III.— Violet M., born July 16, 1884.
IV. — Thomas M., born June 10, 1886.
V.— Annie L., born March 7, 1888.
VI.— William B., born March 19, 1889.
VII. — Robert M., born February 19, 1891.
VIII. — Franklin E., born June 26, 1897.
Mary L. Mcintosh, third daughter of Sophia M. Wiggins
and Alexander Mcintosh, was born January 26, 1863 ; married
Benjamin H. Smith, September 5, 1884.
I. — Harry G., born March 25, 1885.
II.— Mary E., born July 17, 1886.
III. — Thomas G., born January 22, 1888.
IV. — Minnie B., born September 13, 1889.
V. — Glen A., born May 6, 1891.
VI. — George P., born February 15, 1893.
VII. — Otty G., born December 31, 1894.
Amelia E. Little, eldest daughter of Elizabeth S. Wiggins
and William N. Little, was born June 28, 1853 ; married William
F. Gallupe, October 8, 1873.
I. — Beatrice M., born November 26, 1874.
II. — William E., born January 18, 1876.
III.— Ethel M., bor n October 9, 1877.
IV.— Minnie A., born March 3, 1879.
V. — Lizzie A., born October 19, 1880.
68 THE WHITE FAMILY.
VI. — Muriel C, born October 10, 1885.
VIL— Mabel E., born March 12, 1887.
VIII. — Clyde B., born January 15, 1893.
IX. — Juanita P., born July 14, 1896.
Elvira A. Little, youngest daughter of Elizabeth S. Wiggins
and William N. Little, was born October 18, 1854; married
Amon Tapley, October 1, 1878.
I. — Bessie Lee, born August 30, 1879.
II. — Cora Annie, born January 19, 1881.
III. — Frederick Victoria, born April 1, 1882.
IV. — William Amon, born February 27, 1884.
V.— Mary White, bor n July 5, 1886.
VI. — Harry Lewis, born July 20, 1888.
VII. — Norman Eldon, born September 3, 1891.
VIII. — Ella May, twin of Norman Eldon.
IX. — Fay Alma, born April 8, 1894.
X. — Edgar Little, born June 17, 1896.
XL — Geneva Lena, born September 12, 1898.
Wilford Hempson Wiggins, eldest son of Esther C. Wiggins
and Charles A. Wiggins, was born December 19, 1862; married
Carrie Mabel Severance, November 5, 1865.
I. — Charles Walter, born April 11, 1891.
II. — Harold Benjamin, born November 18, 1892.
III. — Ralph Stanley, born January 5, 1894.
IV. — Ray Leon, born July 24, 1895.
V. — Mabel Severance, born August 28, 1900.
Stanley W. Cody, eldest son of Deborah Schofield Wiggins
and James Cody, was born November 8, 1856; married Hannah
B. Patterson, September 12, 1878.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 69
I. — Warren D., born January 30, 1880.
II.— Harry T., born March 28, 1882.
III.— John M., born April 17, 1883.
IV. — Georgie V., born March 21, 1885.
V. — Louise M., born December 20, 1893.
Edith M. Mott, eldest daughter of Mary Victoria Wiggins
and Daniel Mott, was born May I, 1864; married David N. Was-
son, December 30, 1888.
I.— Ethel M., born December 28, 1889.
II. — Everett L., born August 10, 1891.
III. — Fred., born August 5, 1893.
IV. — Greta, born June 23, 1895.
V. — Clarence M., born July 11, 1897.
VI. — Bella T., born May 21, 1901.
Marshal E. Mott, second son of Mary Victoria Wiggins and
Daniel Mott, was born March 9, 1866; married Mary Flemming,
December 12, 1892.
I. — John Winthrop, born Junt 27, 1897.
II. — Alice, born November 31, 1898.
Clarence H. Mott, third son of Mary Victoria Wiggins and
Daniel Mott, was born June 1, 1868; married Mary Ella Orchard,
I. — Cora Mabel, born October 7, 1891.
II. — Gladys Muriel, born August 23, 1893.
III. — Eva Marnel, born October 8, 1895.
IV. — Daniel Otty, born September 2, 1898.
V. — Arthur Burtis, born October 6, 1900.
70 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Minnie E. Mott, second daughter of Mary Victoria Wiggins
and Daniel Mott, was born May 12, 1872 ; married Robert Was-
son, February 16, 1899.
I. — Freedom L. E., born April 6, 1900.
II. — William, born September 26, igoi
Hiram Orchard, eldest son of Robert Orchard and Lucretia
(Briggs) Orchard, was born May 4, 1833; married Mary A.
I. — Bessie, born 1857; married F. H. Foster; issue,
two daughters, Mildred, born in 1897, and
Helen, born in 1899.
II. — Annie, born in 1859; married Captain Charles
Starkey ; issue, one daughter, Bessie, born Mav,
III. — Susan, born in 1861 ; married James Seeley in 1887;
issue: Ralph, born in 1887, Ethel, born in
1889, and Susan, born in 1891.
IV. — Emma, born in 1863; married Harvey E. White
in 1885; issue, one daughter, Barbara, born in
V. — Eva, born in 1865 ; married R. Cropley, 1894; issue,
one son, Frank, born 1896.
VI. — Robert, born in 1867; married Annie Gillis in 1902.
William Orchard, second son of Robert Orchard and Lucretia
(Briggs) Orchard, was born May 27, 1836; married Alice Fitz-
Roy in 1857; died February 4, 1904.
I. — Hiram FitzRoy, born in 1858.
II. — Alice, born in i860.
III. — Richard, born in 1862.
IV. — Alfred, born in 1864.
V. — Emma, born in 1866.
VI. — Ethel, born in 1869.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 71
Thomas Orchard, third son of Robert Orchard and Lucretia
(Briggs) Orchard, was born May 9, 1838; married (1) Clarissa
Scribner in 1857; marnod (2) Maria Duffield.
Children by first marriage :
I.— William, born 1868.
II. — Robert, born 1870.
III. — Maggie, born 1872; died July 4, 1904.
IV. — George, born May 16, 1840; married Susau Boil r
1878 ; no issue.
John Orchard, fifth son of Robert Orchard and Lucretia
(Briggs) Orchard, was bom April 14, 1842; married Mary C.
Bennison, September 15, 1864; issue fifteen.
I. — Ella, born August 31, 1867; married C. H. Mott,,
December 29, 1890.
II. — James, born September 11, 1869; married Myrtle
Evans, June 6, 1892.
III. — Ernest H., born January 9, 1872; married Maggie
Marston, August 15, 1903.
IV. — Emma B., born December i, 1873 ; married Medvill
V. — George M., born May 30, 1875 ; married Florence
Lawson, August 25, 1902.
VI. — Lue, born May 10, 1877.
VII. — Dora A., bor n October 4, 1878; married Herbert
Briggs, December 26, 1899.
VIII.— Oswald, born March 4, 1880.
IX.— Oliver L., born March 5, 1882.
X. — Otty D., born September 14, 1887.
XL — John L., born December 25, 1888.
XII.— Arthur, born October 25, 1889.
XIII. — Hattie P., born August 31, 1891.
XIV.— Fred A., dead.
Samuel Orchard, sixth son of Robert Orchard and Lucretia
(Briggs) Orchard, was born March 4, 1844; married (1) Alice
Springer; married (2) Hattie McDonald, October 4, 1878; issue r
72 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Children by second marriage :
I. — Martha, born November n, 1879.
II. — Malcolm, born January 6, 1881.
III. — Elsie, born August 23, 1883.
IV. — Francis, born June 9, 1885.
V. — John, born September 3, 1888.
Rebecca A. Orchard, eldest daughter of Robert Orchard and
Lucretia (Briggs) Orchard, was born May 20, 1848; married
Bernard Kelly, December 1, 1876.
I. — George, born November 10, 1868.
II. — Robert, born February 24, 1870.
III. — Barnet, born May 3, 1872.
IV. — Louise, born August 1, 1874.
V. — Elizabeth, born January 6, 1876.
VI. — Leo, born January 7, 1878.
VII. — Josephine, born July 16, 1880.
Emma Jane Orchard, second daughter of Robert Orchard
and Lucretia (Briggs) Orchard, was born August 15, 1850;
married Charles Denton, March 10, 1868.
I. — Beverly, born June 1, 1870.
II. — Mary, born November 10, 1872.
III. — Rosalia, born June 12, 1874.
IV. — Ludto, born August 9, 1876.
V. — Lanah, twin of Ludto.
VI.— Robert, born May 6, 1878.
VII. — Grace, born September 2, 1892.
Mary A. Orchard, third daughter of Robert Orchard and
Lucretia (Briggs) Orchard, was born March 12, 1852; married
Thomas Kelly, November 2, 1876.
I. — Roderick, born April 2, 1878.
II. — Lucretia, born May 7, 1880.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 73
III.-:— John, born September 21, 1881.
IV. — Thomas, born January 5, 1883.
V. — Susan, born April 26, 1885 ; dead.
VII.— Alfred, born June 2, 1888.
Samuel B. Orchard, youngest child of Robert Orchard and
Charlotte (Briggs) Orchard, was born January 19, 1861 ; married
Mary E. Knight.
L— Alfred S.
II. — James O.
III.— Avard L.
IV.— Robert P.
V.— Ray Knight.
Annie MacDougald, second daughter of James MacDougald
and Diademia (Briggs) MacDougald, was born June 22, 1859;
married Theodore Langley.
I. — Bessie.
III. — Grace.
Grace Elizabeth Newton MacDougald, third daughter of
James MacDougald and Diademia (Briggs) MacDougald, was
born December 23, 1862 ; married Dr. Adam Armstrong, August
I. — Geraldine, born September 2, 1897.
II. — Diademia, born October 4, 1901.
III. — Helen, born September 20, 1903.
Elizabeth Ann Burpee, daughter of Rose Ann Manzer and
Ebenezer Burpee, was born September 2, 1849; married Donald
McLean^ September 9, 1868.
I. — William L., born June 27, 1871 ; married Letitia
McBride, July 28, 1897.
185. II. — Wilford M., born August 27, 1873 ; issue, three.
74 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Rose Ann Hutchison, eldest daughter of Mary Lester Manzer
and John Hutchison, was born November 2, 1851 ; married
Stephen S. Dingee.
186. I. — Arthur; issue, three.
II. — Frank.
IV. — Margaret.
Clara P. Hutchison, second daughter of Mary Lester Manzer
and John Hutchison, was born October 10, 1852; married John
I. — Herbert.
II. — Lena.
V. — Fawn. *
VII. — Annie.
Lena W. Hutchison, third daughter of Mary Lester Manzer
and John Hutchison, was born November 19, 1854; married
James R. Andrews, November 30, 1880.
I.— Sadie M.
II. — George.
James F. Hutchison, second son of Mary Lester Manzer and
John Hutchison, was born February 28, 1857 ; married K
I. — George.
II. — Bessie.
VI. — James.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 75
Margaret Hutchison, fourth daughter of Mary Lester and
John Hutchinson, was born September 10, 1863; married David
Hipwell, February 9, 1881.
I. — Annie.
III. — Harry.
Bertha F. Hutchison, youngest child of Mary Lester Manzer
and John Hutchinson, was born October 11, 1865; married
II. — Charles.
III. — Fern.
Amos Manzer Withrow, eldest son of Amelia Jane Manzer
and Joseph B. Withrow, was born September 27, 1854; married
Fannie Wry in 1878.
I. — Mabel, born October 1, 1880; married Percy
II. — Mary A., bor n October 19, 1875.
xYda E. Withrow, third daughter of Amelia Jane Manzer and
Joseph B. Withrow, was born February 20, i860; married Free-
man L. Carr, October 14, 1879.
I. — Maud, married Bert Chapman, May 28, 1902;
issue, one daughter, Eveline.
IL— Harold, born March 31, 1882.
III. — Cornelius, born October 14, 1884.
IV. — Gladys, born June, 1896.
V. — Josephine, born March 1, 1898.
76 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Amelia M. Withrow, youngest daughter of Amelia Jane
Manzer and Joseph B. Withrow, was born April 28, 1862; mar-
ried Albert E. Swanton.
I. — Glenie M., born May 25, 1891.
II. — Majorie, born June 9, 1893.
Lena Manzer, eldest daughter of Samuel White Manzer and
Harriett (Chamberlain) Manzer, was born June 10, 1866; mar-
ried Peter Hughes in 1885.
I. — Raymond E., born October 29, 1890.
II.— James S., born in 1892.
III. — William A., born in June, 1894.
IV. — Joseph B., born in 1891.
William Edward Wilson, second son of Francis E. Wilson
and Elizabeth A. (Black), was born August 17, 1842; married
Charlotte Smith ; issue, four.
I. — Mary, married Albert Littlefield.
II. — Stella, married William McDonald.
III. — Bessie.
IV. — Irene.
Albert DesBrisay, third son of Francis E. Wilson and Eliza-
beth A. (Black), was born March 17, 1845; married Mary
Lemon ; issue, two.
II. — Muriel Gladys.
Amos Perley Wilson, son of Francis E. Wilson and Elizabeth
A. (Black), was born August 23, 1847; married Susan Mc-
Cutchcon ; issue, four.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 77
I. — Inas, died January, 1872.
II. — Allan M., born January, 1872; Counsellor-at-Law.
j V. — Shirley.
Amon A. Wilson, fifth son of Francis E. Wilson and Eliza-
beth A. (Black), was born at the Narrows, Queens County,
January 21, 1850; studied law in the office of Charles A. Stock-
ton, St. John ; was admitted an attorney of the Supreme Court,
and a barrister; appointed a King's counsel atbout 1898. Mar-
ried Maria Isabel Potts, September 28, 1881. Is a successful
lawyer, with a large practice. Is a prominent member of the
Leinster Street Baptist church, St. John. Issue, six.
I. — Garnet W., born August 26, 1882.
II. — Rheta, born October 9, 1885.
III. — Clifford St. John, born January 27, 1888.
IV. — Eunice J. H., born June 4, 1890; died June 2J,
V. — Kenneth A., born December 11, 1891.
VI. — Rae VanHorne, born July 7, 1893.
Priscilla L. (Wilson) Perry, only daughter and sixth child
of James E. Wilson and Elizabeth A. (Black), was born May
18, 1852; married John C. Perry, and resides at Havelock, Kings
County; issue, two.
I. — Jennie, married Alward.
Zephaniah Wilson, sixth son of Francis E. Wilson and Eliza-
beth A. (Black), was born September 18, 1854; married Lenore
Brown ; issue, four.
I. — Betsy.
II. — Bennett.
III. — Grace.
/8 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Sophia A. Lemon, eldest daughter of Phoebe E. Fairweather
and Patrick Lemon, married Andrew Long.
I. — Annie.
V. — Frances.
Emma L. Lemon, third daughter of Phoebe E. Fairweather
and Patrick Lemon, married William Scott.
I. — Maggie.
V. — Annie.
Ainsley Lemon, eldest son of Phoebe E. Fairweather and
Patrick Lemon, married (i) Amy I. Cromwell; married (2)
Sarah W T ilcox.
IV. — Clarence.
John T. Lemon, second son of Phoebe E. Fairweather and
Patrick Lemon, married Nettie Vincent.
I. — Garfield.
III. — Arthur.
IV. — Alphonse.
V. — Ernest.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 79
Hiram C. Lemon, youngest son of Phoebe E. Fairweather
and Patrick Lemon, married Margaret Seeley.
1. — George.
8o THE WHITE FAMILY.
Lillie S. Robertson, eldest child of Samuel White Robertson
and Ellen (Gibson) Robertson, was born March 30, 1859; mar-
ried Joseph A. Ferris, February 16, 1886.
I. — Arnold D., born January 31, 1887.
II. — Carrie E., born January 31, 1889.
III. — Ada, born October, 1892.
Charles M. Robertson, second child of Samuel White Robert-
son and Ellen (Gibson) Robertson, was born April 23, 1862;
married Maud L. Ferris, August 12, 1886.
I. — Medora C, born March 27, 1887.
II. — Walter M., born October 19, 1889.
III. — Hazen A., born August 28, 1900.
IV. — Hazel M., twin of Hazen A.
Harry S. Robertson, eldest son of George Gordon Byron
Robertson and Almira (Wade) Robertson, was born April 24,
1865 ; married Mary E. White.
I. — Etta L., born May 1, 1890.
II. — Ruby R., born September 2, 1892.
III. — Doris K., born July 15, 1804.
Ernest L. Robertson, second son of George Gordon Byron
Robertson and Almira (Wade) Robertson, was born October 6,
1867; married Josie B. Waring, June 17, 1896.
THE WHITE FAMILY. 81
Myrtle, born September 19, 1896.
II. — Darrel B., born May 17, 1901.
III. — Emma E., born February 5, 1904.
John R. Robertson, third son of George Gordon Byron Rob-
ertson and Almira (Wade) Robertson, was born September 21,
1871 ; married Hattie J. Gallop, January 3, 1894.
I. — Frank E., born November 25, 1894.
II. — Kenneth S., born January 3, 1896.
Arthur Edwin White, eldest son of Jacob Wiggins White
and Sarah E. (Babbit) White, was born June 30, 1873.
I. — Mabel Elizabeth, born February 2, 1903.
II. — Harry William, born June 15, 1904.
Abbie M. White, fifth child of George Harding White and
Frances A. Cougle, was born January 3, 1871 ; married Arthur
Keith, October 9, 1895.
I. — Marion, born April 21, 1898.
II. — Helen, born January 2, 1900.
III. — Julia, born January 20, 1902.
IV. — Adrienne, born May 18, 1904.
Mary Edna Irvine, eldest daughter of Julia Elvira White and
John E. Irvine, was born December 25, 1875; married James E.
Angevine, September 13, 1900.
L— John B.
II.— Daniel M.
III. — Edwin Douglas.
82 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Francena Wiggins, only daughter of Nathaniel Wiggins and
Phoebe (Scribner) Wiggins, was born April 20, 1862; married
Silas Burt in 1882.
. I. — Lillie May, born October 31, 1883.
II. — Celia Edna, born June 27, 1891.
III. — Cody Coleman, born November 13, 1892.
IV. — Molly Alma, born November 27, 1895.
Malinda A. Smith, eldest daughter of Pervelia A. Wiggins
and Isaac Smith, was born January 6, 1861 ; married Lorenzo
Ferris, June 11, 1883.
I. — Dora E., born November 6, 1881.
II. — Amelia A., born February 15, 1884.
III. — Perley B., born December 8, 1885.
IV. — Stella M., born October 24, 1891.
Ella V. Cox, eldest daughter of Susan W. Wiggins and John
Y. Cox, was born December 23, 1871 ; married David M. Wort,
August 8, 1893.
I. — Susan Lillian, born June 25, 1895.
II. — George Stanton, born August 21, 1901.
Eben F. Gale, eldest son of Hannah Wiggins and John Gale,
married Mabel Fowler, July 6, 1898.
L — Nora Elvira, born August 7, 1893.
II. — Cecil Arnold, bor n May 12, 1895.
Wilford M. McLean, youngest son of Elizabeth Ann Burpee
?nd Donald McLean, was born August 27, 1873 ; married March
THE WHITE FAMILY. 83
I. — Wilford G., born February i, 1896.
II. — Marion, born June 15, 1898.
III. — Russell, born March 2.7, 1901.
Arthur Dingee, eldest son of Rose Ann Hutchinson and'
Stephen S. Dingee, married Wilson.
II. — Gladys.
84 THE WHITE FAMILY.
The following Commission is taken from a copy held by Wil-
liam V. White, of Woodstock, New Brunswick, who is a grand-
son of Vincent White, Loyalist, and Susan Carle, late of Grand
Lake, Queens County, N. B. :
George the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain,
France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c.
To all to whom thefe prefents fhall come, Greeting:
Whereas by a Statute made and paffed in the Sixteen; h year
of Our Reign, intituled, " An Act to prohibit all trade and inter-
" courfe with the Colonies of New Hampfhire, Maffachufetts
" Bay, Rhode If land, Connecticut, New York, New Jerfey,
" Pennfylvania, the three lower Counties on Delaware, Mary-
" land, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia,
" during the Continuance of the prefent Rebellion within the faid
" colonies refpectively ; for repealing an act made in the Four-
" teenth Year of the Reign of His prefent Majefty, to dif continue
"the landing and difcharging, lading or shipping of Goods, Wares
" and' Merchandise at the Town and within the Harbour of
" Bofton in the Province of Maffachufetts Bay ; and alfo two
" Acts made in the laft Seffion of Parliament for reftraining
" the Trade and Commerce of the Colonies in the faid Acts
" refpectively mentioned and to enable any perfon or perfons
" appointed and authorized by His Majefty, to grant pardons,
" to iffue Proclamations in the Cafes and for the purpofes therein
u mentioned," (it is amongft other things enacted). That all
ships and Veffels of or belonging to the Inhabitants* of the
Colonies herein above mentioned, together with their Cargoes,
Apparel and Furniture and all other Ships and Veffels, whatfo-
ever, together with their Cargoes, Apparel and Furniture, which
fhall be found trading in any Part or Place of the faid Colonies
or going to trade or coming from trading in any fuch Port or
Place fhall become forfeited to Us, as if the fame were the Ships
and effects of open Enemies, and fhall be fo adjudged, deemed
and taken in all Courts of Admidalty, and in all other Courts
And Whereas by a certain other Statute made and paffed in
the Seventeenth year of Our Reign, intituled, ." An Act for
"■ enabling the Commiffioners for executing the Office of Lord
THE WHITE FAMILY. 85
" High Admiral of Great Britain, to grant Commiflioners to the
" Commanders of private Ships and VefTels employed in Trade
" or retained in His Majefey's Service, to take and Make Prize
" of all fueh Ships and Veffels and their Cargoes as are therein
"mentioned for a limited Time," reciting as therein it is recited,
this among other things enacted. That the Lord High Admiral
of Great Britain, or the Commiflioners for executing the Office
of Lord Admiral of Great Britain for the time being, or any three
or more of them, or any Perfon or Perfons by him or them em-
powered and appointed, fhall and may from and after the
Twentieth day of February, One Thoufand Seven Hundred and
Seventy-Seven, at the Requeft of any Merchant or Merchants,
being Owner or Owners of any Ship or Veffel employed in Trade
or retained in His Majefty's Service, giving fuch Bail or Security
as is therein after mentioned and expreffed, caufe to be iffued
forth one or more CommifTion or Commiffions to any Perfon or
Perfons whom fuch Merchant of Merchants fhall nominate to be
Commander, or in Cafe of Death fucceffively Commanders of
fuch Ship or Veffel, for the attacking, furprizing, seizing and
taking by and with fuch Ship or Veffel, or with the Crew thereof ,
all Ships and Veffels, Goods, Wares and Merchandizes, Chattels
and Effects whatfoever, belonging to the Inhabitants of the faid
Colonies now in Rebellion, and all Ships and Veffels, with their
Cargoes, Apparel and furniture, belonging to our Subjects in
Great Britain and Ireland, which fhall be found trading to, or
from the faid Colonies, contrary to the Provisions of the faid
Act of Parliament herein before firft above in Part recited.
And Whereas three of our Commiffioners, for executing the
Office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, by their Warrant,
under their Hands and Seal of the Office of Admiralty, bearing
date the fourth day of June, in the year of our Lord One thou-
fand Seven Hundred and Seventy-Eight, reciting as therein it
is recited, have duly empowered and appointed Our Trufty and
we|ll-beloved James Robertson, Efquire, Our Captain-General,
and Governor in Chief, in and over, Our Province of New York
and the Territories depending thereon, in America, Chancellor
and Vive-Admiral of the fame to caufe to be iffued forth
pursuant to the faid Act of the said Seventeenth Year of
our Reign, by Warrant, under his Hand and the Seal of the
faid Province of New York, directed to the Judge of the
Admiralty of the faid Province (fuch Warrant to be made
feverally from Time to Time) at the requeft of any Merchant
or Merchants, being Owner of Owners of 'any Ship or
Veffel, employed in Trade or retained in Our Service one or
more Commiffion or Commiffions, to the Effect aforefaid, to any
86 THE WHITE FAMILY.
Perfon or Perfons whom fuch Merchant or Merchants frail
nominate to be Commander, or in Cafe of Death fucceffivelv
Commanders of fuch Ship or Veffel, and to caufe fuch Bail and
Security to be taken, as is directed by the faid Act, and moreover
to caufe that in granting fuch Commiffions all other things lie
had and done conformable to and as the faid Act requires.
And whereas Daniel Sickles and Philip 'White of the City jf
New York principal owners of a certain Schooner Boat or Veffel
called the Heroes Revenge have made application in Writing to
our faid Captain General and Governor in Chief and therein fct
forth a particular Defcription of the faid Vessel fpecifying the
Cargo and Burthen thereof the Number and Nature of the Guns
on Board, the fame to what place the faid Veffel belongs, and
on what Voyage fhe is bound, that they are the principal Owners
thereof, and the Number of Men intended to be put on board
the fame, to the Effect hereinafter at large expreffed ; and thereby
requefted our faid Captain General and Governor in Chief to
caufe a Commiffion to be iffued for the purpofe afore faid, unto
Philip White, whom they have nominated Commander of the
faid Veffel, and in cafe of his Death unto William White, and ; n
cafe also of his Death unto Aaron White and Vincent White
whom in the Order they are herein before mentioned, the faid
Owners have nominated fueceffively Commanders thereof, m
cafe of Death as aforefaid.
And whereas Our faid Captain General and Governor in
Chief hath thereupon iffued his Warrant under his hand and the
Seal of Our faid Province of New York bearing date the third
day of March inftant to Robert Bayard, Efquire, Judge of Our
Court of Vice-Admiralty for the faid Province of New York,
directed, willing and requirying the faid Judge to caufe a Com-
miffion to be accordingly iffued out of the faid Court unto the
said Philip White, and in cafe of his death unto the faid
William White, and in cafe of his death to the faid Aaron
White, and Vincent White for the fetting forth the faid Boat or
Veffel in a warlike manner, with the Powers and Authorities,
and to the Intents and Purpofes in the Statute laft above men-
tioned, directed and expreffed.
And whereas the faid Daniel Sickles hath given fufhcient
Bail with Securities to Us in Our faid Court of Vice Admiralty
for the Province of New York, purfuant to the faid Statute, and
according to the Effect and Form fet down in Our Inftructions
for the Guidance and Goverance of the Commanders of fuch
Ships and Veffels, iffued under our Royal Signet and Sign
Manuel bearing date at Saint Jame's the twenty-feventh Day of
March, One Thoufand feven hundred and feventy-feven, a Copy
THE WHITE FAMILY. . 87
of which Inftructions is delivered with thefe Prefents to the faid
Philip White at prefent Commander of the faid Boat or Veff el
the rleroes Revenge.
Know Ye therefore that we do by thefe Prefents grant Com-
miffion to and do licenfe, authorize and empower the faid Aaron
White and Vincent White nominated in the order aforefaid, to
be, in Cafe of Death, fucceflively Commanders thereof, to fet
forth in a warlike Manner the faid Boat or Veffel, called the
Heroes Revenue, the fame being a Schooner Rigged Boat em-
ployed in trade laden with Ball-aft of the Burthen of having on
board three Swivel Guns, carrying Shot of Pounds Weight and
twelve Mufkets belonging to the Port of about two tons (and)
on a Voiage to the Island of New Providence and intended to
be Manned with fifteen men and by or wiih fuch boat or Veffel or
the Crew thereof, to attack, furprize, seize and take all Ships and
VefTels, Goods, Wares and Merchandizes, Chattels and Effects
what foe ver, belonging to the Inhabitants of the faid Colonies
now in Rebellion, and all Ships and Veffels with their Cargoes,
Apparel and Furniture belonging to our Subjects in Great
Britain or Ireland, which shall be found trading to or from the
faid Colonies, contrary to the Provifions of the herein before
mentioned Statute, made in the Sixteenth Year of Our Reign as
aforefaid, the fame being made liable to Seizure by Merchant
Ships employed in Trade, or retained in our Service, being there-
unto commiffioned according to the faid Statute made in the
Seventeenth Year of Our Reign as aforefaid, and to bring the
fame to fuch Port as fhall be moft convenient, and to which the
fame may be lawfully brought in order to have the fame legally
adjudged in Our High Court of Admiralty of England or before
the Judge of fuch other Admiralty Court within our Dominions
as fhall be lawfully authorized to hear and determine concerning
the fame, which being condemned, it fhall and may be lawful to
and for the faid Philip White and the faid other Perfons herein
before nominated to be fucceflively Commanders as aforefaid
when they fhall refpectively according to the true Intent and
Meaning of thefe Prefents, fo command the faid Boat or Veffel,
to fell and difpose of fuch Ships, Veffels and Goods, fo adjudged
and condemned, in fuch fort and manner as by the Course of
Admiralty hath been accuftomed, except in fuch Cajies where it
is otherwise directed by our faid Inftructions.
Provided That Nothing be done by the faid Philip White or
any of the other officers, Mariners and Company, contrary to the
true meaning of our Inftructions delivered unto him herewith
as aforefaid, but that the faid Instructions, and each and every
of them, as far as they or any of them are therein concerned fhall
88 THE WHITE FAMILY.
in all Particulars be well and truly performed and observed.
And we pray and defire all Kings, Princes, Potentates, States
and Republicks, being Our Friends and Allies, and all others to
whom it fhall appertain to give the faid Philip White all Aid,
affiftanceand Succour in their Ports, with the faid Boat or Vefrel,
company and prizes, without doing or fuffering to be done to him
or them, any Wrong, Trouble or Hindrance. We offering to do
the like when' we fhall be by them thereunto defired.
And we will and require all Our Officers whatfoever to give
him and them Succour and Affiftance as Occafion fhall require.
In Testimony Whereof, We have caufed the Seal of Our Court
of Vice-Admiralty for Our faid Province of New York to be
hereunto affixed. ,
Witness our Trufty and well-beloved Robert Bayard, Efquire,
Judge of Our Court of Vice-Admiralty for Our faid Province
of New York, at the City of New York, in our faid Province the
3rd day of March, in the twenty-first Year of Our Reign.
The said William White and Vincent White to act and follow
such orders as he shall receive from time to time from his or
THE WHITE FAMILY. 89
Geneological Record of Family of Whites, by John Bartlett White,
of East Killingly, Connecticut.
William White, who came over in the "Mayflower," must be the an-
cestor of nearly all the Whites of America? He had three sons, not
counting Peregrine. The name William 6th in order subscribed to the
Compact; Gideon White, descendant of Daniel White, son of Peregrine,
removed to Shelburne, Nova Scotia, during Revolution of 1776, leaving
Ancestrial Chronological Record of William White Family from 1607-8
to 1895, pages 299, 300. Hannah, daughter of William, married December
27th, 1730, William son of Philip Tabor.
Town records of Mendommass, Asa, son of Thomas and Deborah
White; born August nth, 1735. Aaron, son of Joseph and Prudence
White, born May 22nd, 1717. William, son of William and Hulda White,
born August 22nd, 1729. Boston Historical Library.
Just as this book was ready for binding, I received from Rev. Wm.
Hance a letter, in which he states that he feels confident, as the result of
some late discoveries he has made, that Peter White (2) was not the son of
Thomas White, as stated in the text of this book, on page one, but was
Thomas White's brother. According to Mr. Hance the line runs as
Thomas of the first generation : Administration granted to his son
Samuel, February 4, 1684-5 » na 61 3 sons ; — Samuel, who married Elizabeth
Wardell, and left a son Joel, as appears from his Will proved July 5, 1698 ;
Thomas, who administered on his brother Samuel's estate, and whose own
Will, dated Nov. 9, 1712, was proved December 4, 1712; and
Amos, who married, in 1708, Hannah Mills, and died 1729-30.
Peter White, brother to the above Thomas of the first generation, died
1697-8. He married Mary Worthley, and was father of Peter White (3).
As Mr. Hance has devoted much pains-taking and enthusiastic work to
search out the pedigree of the White family, his conclusions are entitled to
very great weight, and, had his letter reached me earlier, I would have
tried to verify them by further search of such records as are available.
go THE WHITE FAMILY.
After a large portion of the first edition of this Book had been dis-
tributed, I received from various sources information calling for certain
corrections in and additions to' the text. These will be found in the
following list of corrections and additions, which list also includes those
corrections shown in the earlier issues of the Book, under the title
CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS.
Page iv; line 17, for Rev. Mr. White, read Rev. Mr. Hance.
Page vi ; line 19, for page 29, read page 28.
Page 2; line 9, for Mary read, Mary Wortly.
Page 2; lines 10 and 11, omit, was born 'Sept. 17, 1685; he.
Page 2; line 13, for 1635, read, 1685.
Page 4; line 21, for John, read, then.
Page 6; foot note, for see appendix, read, see above extract from Dr.
Page 7 ; line 18, from the bottom, read, born in Shrewsbury, May 7, 1752.
Page 8; add at foot of page, She died June i> 1850, aged 98 years. Her
husband died Dec. 6, 1857. aged 98 years.
Page 9; in marginal figures, strike out 5, and substitute 5 for the first 6.
Page 12; line 2, No. 4, for 1798, read, 1789.
Page 22; line 1, No. 18, after Francis Knight, add: He died July 28, 1872.
Page 22; line 6, No. 18, for Galbraith, read, Samuel Galbraith.
Page 24; line 2, strike out, (2) Mary A. Robinson in 1891.
Page 31 ; line 25, for mechanics, read medicine.
Page 34; lines 14 and 15, strike out, issue four, all of whom died in
Page 34; line 17, for nine years read, nine months.
Page 35 ; line 3, after issue, five, add : These children of Arthur Branscom
and Elizabeth W., his wife, are as follows :
I. — Anna Elizabeth, born Aug. 3, i860; married July 14, 1881, to James
L. Coleman; issue, eight.
II. — John M., born Jan. 28, 1864; married Feb., 1890, Minnie Masonville ;
III. — Forester W., born Nov. 16, 1866; married Nov. 7, 1900, Maie
Moran ; issue, one.
xHE WHITE FAMILY. 91
IV.— Arthur Vino it, born Jan. 24, 1870 ; married July 14, 1897, Edyth
A. Todc' 1 issue, three.
V.— Minnie Flo/ace, born September 13, 1873; married Dec. 24, 1901,
Rev. J y-nes Stackhouse; issue, one.
VI.— Otty Gold,', in, born June 27, 1875; married June 5, 1901, Sadie M.
Goldijig; issue, two.
Pages 35 and 62; No. 118, for Pervelia, read Provelia.
Pages 36 and 66, No. 129; eighth line from bottom, for Grace B., read
Page 38; line 2, for Esther M., read Edith M.
Page 39 ; line 8, for 1852, read 1857.
Page 41 ; line 10, for Annie Henderson, read Annie S. (Blagden.
Page 43; line 2, for issue, ten, read issue, eleven.
Page 43; No. 50, strike out all after children, and substitute the fol-
I. — Ma.tilda, married Albert D. Wilson, who died at St. John; issue,
II. — William H., married Charlotte Akerley; issue, three.
III. — J?ames A., married Mary Straight; issue, three.
IV. — ^jarah, married Rev. F. S. Todd; died about 1902; issue, two.
V.— Mary E.
VI.— Edi>.h G.
VII. — SamafPtha B., married Robert P. Anderson; issue, five.
VIII. — Charlotte A., married James S. Robinson; issue, one.
TX.—zAliired S., married Carrie Chamberlain; issue, one.
rlt— Alma A.
J XI. — Asa L., married Maud Hardwick; issue, one.
JPage 47 ; No. 74, bottom line, add : She was born April 12, 1830.
; Page 48; No. 75, strike out all after children, and substitute the following:
I. — Ida M., born Oct. 15, 1855; married Wm. H. Boon, Dec. 24, 1876.
II. — Duncan M., born March 4, 1858; married Annie Anderson, June,
III. — Harry J. M., born May 6, i860; married Esther Demenchant, Oct.
IV. — Florence A., born March 17, 1862 ; married James Boon, Dec. 8,
1881, by whom she had two children, viz. : Mary H., born Sept.
17, 1882; Lillia H., born June 27, 1890.
V. — Liola R., born Dec. 20, 1864; married Reuel R. Reynolds, Sept. 8,
VI. — Maggie E., born Nov. 28, 1866 ; married Edward Armstrong, March
VII. — Grace D., born March 26, 1868; married Fred. Peoples, March 26,
VIII. — William B., born March 13, 1872; not married.
92 THE WHITE FAMILM
IX.— Osburn G., born Oct. 15, 1874; married Lizi^t\ "Layton Slipp, July
6, 1898. \.\
Page 48; No. 77, seventh line from bottom of pag',\ 1 or George, read
No. 77, third line from bottom of page, for i88/\ read 1879.
line 11, for Samuel W., read Samuel V.
line 8, for Elvira, read Julia Elvira.
line 25, for 1886, read 1881 ; and on line 27, for 1885, read 1883.
last line, for May 8, read May 3.
lines 11 and 12, for elected those, read erected extensive.
No. 113, strike out all after children, and substitute:
I. — Susan Maude, born Aug. 1, 1867; married Alex. Fraser, Aug. 15,
II. — John Frederick, born March 15, 1870.
III. — Cecil Tilley, born Dec. 17, 1875; married Mary Perkins, June 12,
Page 61 ; No. 1 14, line 6, for Thompson, read Hempson ; and en line 10,
for Victoria Vincent, read Victor Vincent.
Page 62; No. 116, line 5, for Morris, read Morna.
Page 62; No. 118, line 1, for Pervelia A., read Provelia A.
Page 62; No. 118, line 7, for Minnie V., read Maurice V.; married Olive
Sqott; not Oliver. /
Page 63; No. 121, line 3, for November 27, read November 2'2.
Page 70; line 6, for Freedom, read Freda.
Page 71; lines 9 and 10, strike out IV. — George, born May 16, 1840;
married Susan Boil, 1878; no issue.
Page 73; No. 151, line 3, for McLean, read McLennan, issue, three.
Page 73; No. 151, line 6, add, after 1897, by whom he had one child,
Page 73 ; add, at bottom of page, after issue, three, viz. : Wilfred, Marion .
Page 74; No. 152, strike out all after children, and substitute:
I. — Sarah Smith; married William Edwards.
D. and Russel Malcolm.
II. — Arthur; issue, three.
III.— Russel Malcolm, born May 20, 1877, unmarried.
V. — Margaret.
Page 77 ; lines 9 and 10, for Charles A. Stockton, read Silas Alward.
Page 82; No. 184, line 4, for Nora, read Mona.
Akerley, Euphemia D 49
Akerlcy, Charlotte . j 43
Amos, Elizabeth W 50
Amos, Linda W 51
Anderson, William 43
Andrews, James R 74
Andrews, Sadie M 74
Andrews, George 74
Andrews, Miabdl 74
Angevine, James E 81
Angevine, John B 81
Angevine, Daniel M 81^
Angevine, Edwin D 81'
Acihom, R. E 36, 66
Achom, Robert E 66
Achom, Esther M 66
Armstrong, Barbara 24
Armstrong, Edward 48
Armstrong, Dr. Adam 73
Armstrong, Geroldine 73
Armstrong, Diademia 73
Armstrong, Helen 73
Asgel, Captain 5
Austin, Thomas 22
Baird, Isaac 39
Bajloch, Alice 26
Bailey, James 21
Babbit. Sarah E 51
Ball. Amah 3
Barbour, Remembrance 2
Barrett, Benjamine 46
Beaton, Duncan 45
Berton, Delila E 67
Bell, Lafayette 62
Bell, Bernice 62
Bell, Charlies R 62
Bell, Sarah L 62
Bennison, George 61
Bennison, Ernest V 61
Bennison, Florence A 61
Bennison, Hattie P 62
Bennison, Lily W 62
Bennison, Amanda 39
Bennison, James A 62
Bennison, George F 62
Bent, Leonard 6
'Bent, Joseph 47
Bcrryman, Emma 25
Bevard, Maggie 10
Bitler, Wm 65
Blanchard, Mary E 53
Blizard, James 22
Blizard, Alfred A 22
Blizard, Charles 22
Blajck, William 43
Black, Matilda 43
Bilack, William H 43
Black, James A 43
Black, Saralh 43
Black, Mary 43
Black, Edeth 43
Black, Samantha 43
Black, Alfred S 43
Black, Alma 43
Black, Asa L 43
Black, Samuel 43
Black, Julia S 43-
Black, Mary E 43
Black, Emily L 43
Black, Noah D 43
Black, George S 43
Bilack, Delbert B. 43
Black, Adelaid 43
Black, Alwilda E 43
Black,, Thomas A. W 43
Black, Margaret D 43
Black, Fred 44
Boil, Susan 7 1
Boil, Saraih 3%
Boothman, Ernest 45
Boon, S. M 38
Boon, Henry 48
Boon, James 48
Bradley, Henry 24
Branscom, Caroline A 25
Branscom, Arthur 35
Branscom, Elizabeth W 35
Branscom,y Many E 33
Branscom, Susan A 35
Branscom, Thomas M 35
Branscom, Caroline j$
Branscom, Alma *. 35
Briggs, Hiram 9, l &
Briggs, Lucretia 16, 38
Briggs, Mahala 16, 38
Briggs, Sarah H i6 } 39
Briggs, Stephen 16, 39
Briggs, Alfred 16, 40
Briggs, Charllotte . . . . . . . . 16, 40
Briggs, Samud W. 16 39
Briggs, Diadama 16, 40
Briggs, Henry, Attorney 16
Briggs, Mary A 39
Briggs, Adeliza M 39
Briggs, Charles L 39
Bripgs, George H 39
Briggs, Susan 39
Briggs, Henry ............ 39
Erirgs, Alfred W . . . 39
Briggs, Canie ,'.... 39
Brings, Matilda 40
Briggs, Leander 40
Briags, Henry (No. 50) ...... 40
Bri^-Q-s, Lucretia (No. 49) .... 39
Briggs, Herbert 71
Buckhout, Charlotte 9. 10
Brown, Leonore 77
Brown, Sylvester 21
Bund. Joshua 3
Burpee, Sarah 39
Burpee, Stephen 42
Bu'pee, Esther 54
Burpee, Ebenezer 40
Burpee, Elizabeth A 40
Burt, Silss . 82
Burt, Lil'.ie May 82
Burt, Celia Edna 82
Buit, Cody C '. .. 82
Burt, Molly A 82
Calkin, J 27
Campbell, Fred . . . . 62
Campbell, Morris 62
Campb°l!l, Pauline .62
Campbell, Lillie T 66
Cameron, Annabella > - . . 44
Carr, Freeman L 75
Carr, Maud 75
Carr, Hr rold 75
Carr, Cornelius 75
Carr, Gladys 75
Carr, Josephine 75
Camp, Esther 36
Carman, Richard 6
■Carpenter, Emily . t 22
Carle, Susan 6
Chamberlain, Harriet 42
Chrdboirin. Medvill ........ 71
Chapman, Bert 75
Chapman, Eveline 75
Chase, A. C 43
Chase, George H 21
Chase, William H 21
Chase, Mary E 21
Chase, Earl D 21
Chase, Levinia, J 21
Chase, Druci'lla . . . .■ 21
Chsse, Ruben F 21
Chase, Charlotte A. . 21
Chase, Lucy A 21
Chase, George S. 21
Chris' y, Jane . . 20
Christy, Tlhomas 20
Clarkson, Arthur, 41
Clarkson, Freeman L 41
Cody, James W. (No. 22) .... 23
Cody, James W 24, 37
Cody, Hiram 24
Cody, George R 24
Codv, Charles F 24
Cody, Charlotte A . 24, 39
Cody, Asa L 24
Cody, William S 24, 45
Cody, Charlotte B 24
Cody, Samuel E 24
Cody, Lucy H . ... 24
Cody, Adelaid A 24
Cody, Peter W 24
Cody, Louise M . 37
Cody, Stanley W. . 37, 68
Cody, Minnie M 37
Cody, Wilford W 37
Cody, Hiram N. . 37
Cody, Charles E 37
Cody, Jennie M 37
Cody, Warren D 69
Cody, Harry T 69
Cody, John M 69
Cody, George V 69
Cody, Louise M. (No. i^O . . . . 69
C r dy, Peter 26
Cody,. James W. (No. 44) ... . 37
Cody. Ella 45
Cook, Job 3
Cook, Margaret 6
Cole, Elizabeth 2
Cole, Miss 6
Colwell, Odber 45
Colwell Susan 25
Cogswell, Oliver 24
Corliss, Dinah 2
Corliss. Jrcob 3
Corning, Lucy 21
Cougal, Frances A 52
Courtney, Mary 16
Cowan, James E 57
Cowan, Maria P 57
Cowan, William . . . 20
Cowan, Helen M. . . . 20
Cowden, Mary E 62
Cox, Wellington 51
Cox, Mary E 52
Cox, Fred W 52
Cox; John Y 6?
Cox, James F 63
Cox. Ella V 63, 82
Cox, E. A. Warn ford 63
Cox, Annie L 63
Crawford, Joel 45
Crawford, Samuel 46
Crawford, Mary 25, 46
Crawford, Charles 46
Craddock, John .... .... 3
Crannell, Isaac V. N 1?
Crannell, Robert 12
Crannell. Saralh 12
Crocker,! Grace 4t
Crocker, Orphax . 4T
Cross, Hannah 36
Cross, Frank W 6 T
Crosley, Charles 16
Crosley, James 16
Cromwell, Amy 1 78
Cropley, R 70
Cropley. Frank 70
Cheshire* J 2
Christy, John K 20
Christy. Wesley 20
Davis, Matilda J 11, °5
Davis, Margaret to
Davis, Susan A 33
Denton, Charles 7?
Denton, Beverly .. .. .. .... v°
Denton, Mary 7?
Denton, Rosalia 7°
Denton, Ludto 7"
Denton, Lanah ""
Denton, Robert y>
Denton. Grace 72
Denison, Mrs. Geo. T
Dingee, Stephen S 74
Dinp-ee, Arthur 74, °^
Dingee, Roy .............. 83
Dingee, Gladys £3
Dingee, Fred °^
Dingee, Frank . . . : "".
Dingee, Lee . . . . . 7 \
Dower, Mary K
Duncan, Susan M
Duncan, John F
Dunbar, Donald W
Dykeman, Mary 9,
Fairweather, Mary : . 17/
Fairwea her, Emma J 17,
Fairweather, Adelaid 17,
Fairweathen, Margaret 17,
Fairwea:ther, Eliza 17,
Fairweather, Phoebe E 17.
Fairweather, Nelson 17,
Fairweather, Jedediah 9,
Fairweather, William 26,
Fairweather, Eliza A. ....... .
Far weather, G. Ernest
Fairweather, Margaret W
Fairwea her, Ida M
Fer is, Arnold D.
Ferris. Carrie E. . . .
Ferris, Lorenzo ....
Ferris, Tora E
Ferris. Amelia A. . . .
Ferris, Perley B. . . .
Ferris, Stella M. . . .
Ferris, Maud L
F' c her. Margaret . . .
^lewwell'ng. Julia E.
Flemming. Mary ....
F emminf Willis m . . .
F f mm:'ng, Frank N. .
^lemmi^"". Walter- J. .
Flemming George W.
Flowers. Ma'-y .... .
Flov^ William : . . . .
Foster, F. H. . . . ■.
Foster, Mildred . • . .
Fowler, Catherine . . .
Fowler, Harding . . .
Charles . .
Etta ; .
Cecil . . . . .
Fowler, Joyce . .
Ferguson, Mrs. Aliipe . .
Gale, Eben F
Gale, William A
Gale, Martha J
Gale, Charles H
Gale Euniice R
Gale, Nellie I
Gale,, Nora E
Gale, Cecil A
Gallupe, William F. . .
Gallupe, Beatrice M. . .
Ga'llupe, William E. . .
Gallupe, Ethel M
Gallupe, Minnie A
Gallupe, Lizzie A
Gallupe, Muriel C. . . .
Gallupe, Mabel E. . . .
Gallupe, Clyde B
Gallupe, Juanita P. . . .'■
Gallupe, Hattie J
Gantley Thomas . .
Garwood, Thomas ....
Gibson, Alexander C. . .
Gilchrist, Charles . .
Gillis, Deborah A
Gillis, Ada I
Gillis, Fred L
Gillis, Gertrude M
Gilmour, Jean M
Girvan, Mary A
Glenidenning. Edward . .
Goin, Florence A
Goldthwaite, Edward O.
Grant, Catherine . . . .
Gregory, Percy 41
Gross, . . . 26
Gunter, John L. 33
Gunter, Arthur V 33
Gunter, Mary W 33
Gunter, Sarah A 33, 58
Hallett, Edna 58
Hallet, Grace 58
Hamilton, Rev. Chas. W 58
Hamilton, Henry H 58
Hamilton, Frances G 56
Hamilton, R. Sons & Co 13
Hamm, Solomon 44
He nee, William White 3
Halilock, Nelson 42
Hallock, Adelaid 42
Hartshorne, Margaret 2
Hart, Samuel 17
Hatfield. Eliza J 28
Hatfield, Mary A 33
Hay ward, Mary J 32
Henderson, Annie 41
Henry, Alice 65
Hill,. Jannet 7
Hipwell, David 75
Hipwell, Flarry 75
Hipwell, Annie 75
Flipwell, Mary . 75
Hipwell, John 75
Hoar, Isabel ■ 4
Holder,, Alma 41
Hopper, Gilbert 35
Horsman, Kate 46
House, Olevia 17
Huddy, Capt. Joshua 4
Hughs, James 36
Flunible, John A 26
Hunter, M. Adeline 32
Hughs, Peter 76
Hughs, Raymond E ' . . . 76
Hughs, James S 76
Hughs, William A 76
Hughs, Joseph B 76
Hughs, Nellie 63
Hutchison, John 41, 74
Hutchison, George 4 1
Hutchison, Rose Ann 41. 74
Hutchison, Clara P 41, 74
Hutchison, Lena W. . . . . 41, 74
Hutchison, James F 41, 74
Hutchison, George (No. 155) . . 74
Hutchison, John (No. 155) .... 74
Hutchison, Margaret .... . . 41, 75
Hutchison. Bertha F 41, 75
Hutchison, Bessie .... . . 74
Hutchison, Lillie 74
Hutchison, Hazel • • • • 74
Hutchison, Edith 74
Hutchison, James ... ....... 74
Iranian, E ._..... 74
Irvine, John E 54
Iitvine, Mary Edna 54
Irvine, W. Henry 54
Irvine, Arthur M 54
Irvine, Helen S 54
Jackson. Jean 49
Jacobs, Charles H 38
Jeffrey, Isaac 64
Jewett, Alice 65
Johnston, George . . » 2 4
Johnston, Annie 24
Jones, James 46
Jones, Martha 17
Jordan, Ellen *9
Keith, Arthur 81
Keith, Marion 81
Keith, Helen 81
Keith, Julia 81
Keith, Adrienne . 81
Kelley, Effie 53
Kelley, Bernard . I 2
Kelley, George 7 2
Kelley, Robert . 72
Kelley, -Barnet 7 2
Kellev, Louise 72
Kelley, Elizabeth 7*
Kelley, Leo . ._ 7*
Kelley, Josephine 7 2
Kelley, Thomas (No. 147) .... 73
Kelley. Roderick 72
Kelley, Lucretia 72
Kelley, John 73
Kelley, Thomas 7 2
Kelley, Susan • 73
Kelley, Glara .' 73
Kelley, Alfred 73
Kelley, Kate 73
Kerr, Gertrude 22
Kinnear, Mariner 46
Kinnear, Emma 46
Kinnear,. Margaret 46
Kinnear,. Ida 46
Kinnear, William . . 46
King, Grace 22
Knight, Franc js 22
Knight, Mary E 73
Knox, Nellie 21
Langley, Theodore 73
Langley, Bessie y^
Langley, Miles 73
Langle}^, Grace 73
Laskey, Maggie 50
Lawson, Phoebe 9, 10
Lawson, Catherine 9, 10
Lawson, Florence 71
Larabee, Harriet 1 1
Lane, Susan . 4
Lane, Gilbert 4
Lawton. Sidney B 41
Lawson, James. G 62
Layton, Elizabeth 48
Leary, John, 74
Leary, Herbert 74
Leary, Lena 74
Learv, Mabel 74
Leary, Fawn 74
Leary, Fred . . . 74
Leary, Annie 74
Leary, Bessie 74
Leary, Cap 74
Lefton, Charles 63
Lemon, Patrick 45
Lemon, Sophia A 45,' 7S
Lemon; Phoebe 1 24, 45
Lemon,. Emma L 45, 78
Lemon, Alice D 45
Lemon. Ansley 45, 78
Lemon, Mary S 45, 76
Lemon, John T. . . . . . . .. 45, 78
Lemon, Hiram C 45, 79
Lemon, Albert L 45
Lemon, Ethel 78
Lemon, Etta 78
Lemon, Lulu 78
Lemon, Garfield 78
Lemon, William 78
Lemon, Arthur , 78
Lemon, Alphonse 78
Lemon, Ernest 78
Lemon, Clarence 78
Lemon, George 79
Lemon, Bent 79
Leonard. Sylvester- W 34
Lepier, John 18
Lippincott, Abigal 2
Lippincott, Capt. Richard . . . . 2, 4
Lippincott, Margaret 2
Linoinicotr, Joseph 2
Lipset, Andrew 18
Lipseit, Philip 18
Lipset, John 18
L'ipset, Phoebe ....'. 18
Lipset, Jane 18
Lipset, Mangaret . 18
Little, Amelia E 67
Little, Lauretta 17, 68
Little, Elvira A 37
Little, Jane 17
Little, William N 36
Little, Amelia E 37
Littlefield, Albert 76
Livingston, Catherine ........ 50
Long, Andrew . 45, 78
Long, Catherine . . . 61
Long, Amie 78
Long, Alice . 78
Long, John 78
Long, Frank 78
Long, Frances 78
Long, Ida 78
Lovett, . 22
Mallory, Price 39
Manzer, Elenor 16
Manzer, Rose Ann 16, 40
Manzer, Amos C 16
Manzer, Amelia J 16, 41
Manzer, Deborah, T 16, 42
Manzer, Elizabeth W 16
Manzer, Samuel W. 16, 42
Manzer, Lucinda .......... 42
Manzer, Lena 42, 76
Manzer, William 42
Manzer, Lizzie 42
Manzer, Nellie 42
Manzer, Sarah 16, 47
Mrnzer, Henry 9, 16
Manzer, Dorcas ; 14
Manzer, Bar.net . . . 14
Manzer, Mary L 16, 41
Manzer, John 39
Marr„- Herbert H . 66
Marston, John 36, 66
Marston, Hedley C. ....... . 66
Marston, Editlh E 66
Marston, Maggie 7 1
Marshall, Catherine t8
Marven, James S 32
Martin, Maud 41
Mason, Fannie 26
Mellis\h, Humphrey 31
Melick. M 10
Merritt, Benjamin F 58
:vieritt, Bessie M 58
Miers, Jane 4
Miers, Susan 4
Miers. Sarah . 28
Mildren, Mace 62
Mills, Hannah 2
Moatt, Sarah 5 2
Morrel, Daniel 8
Morris, Mary 2
Morris, Nathaniel 18
Morris, Edwin A 30
Morrison, John H. . . . 52
Morrison, George 52
Morrow, Mary A 70
Moor, Jane .:...' 24
Moor, David 24
Moor, Samuel 24
Moor, John E 28
Mott/ Dr. J. C 25
Miott, Emley M 28
Matt, Daniel 37
Mott, Elgin E 37
Mott, Esther M 37
Mott, Marv E 38
Mott, William N 38
Mott, Edeth M 69
Mott, Marshal E 38, 69
Mott, Cora M. 69
Mott, John W 69
Mott, Alice 69
Mott, Clarence H 69
Mott, Gladys M 69
Motit, Eva M 69
Mott, Daniel O 69
Mott, Arthur B 69
Mott, Minnie E 38, 70
Mott; C. H 71
Mott, Georgie E. B 25
Mullin, George W 17
McAlarey, Elenor 23
McBride, Letitia 73
McBride, William 65
McBride, William E 65
McBride, Mary C \ . . . 65
McBride, Thomas N 65
McCamley, Bridget 45
McCaw, John 63
McCaw, Lilla M 63
McCaw, Leah D 63
McCaw, Harold A. 63
McClintock, William 24
McClintock, Jane 24
McClintock, Rosan 24
McClintock, James ^4
McClintock, Betsy ' . . . 24
McClintock, Matilda 24
McCliritock, Florence 24
McClintock, George . 24
McClintock, Louise 24
McClintock, Maggie . 24
McCutcheon, Susan . . 76
McDonald, Alice 5 1
McDonald, Egbert 5*
McDonald, Wilmot 5*
McDonald, Annie 5 1
McDonald, William 5i
McDonald, William, 6, 7&
McDonald, Joseph 5*
McDonald, Hattie T*-
McDougald, James 4°
McDougald, Ida E 40
McDougald, Grace E 40
McDougald, Alma • • 4°
McDougald, Susanna . . . • • • 4°
McDougald, Frederick ,B 40
McDougald, Geraldine E. 4°
McDougald, Annde 4°, 73
McDougald, Grace E. N 73
McFadzen, Laura 00
McFarlane, Elizebetih 9, "
McGregor, Isaac 22
McGrath, Joseph 4°
Mcintosh Ann °
Mcintosh, Daniel O • • • . 3°
Mcintosh, William V 3°
Mcintosh, Grace B, 3°, 66
Mcintosh, Stephen A .30
Mcintosh, Helen V 36, 67
Mcintosh, Mary L 36, 67
Mcintosh,, Alexander 3°
Mclntyre James A. M.D 5»
Mclntyre, Anna E 5°
Mclntyre, Bessie J 38
Mclntyre, Miriam G 5°
Mclntvre, Haldane McGregor . . 58
McKay, Gordon B. 54
McKay, W. B. 54
McKay, Violoet E 54
McKay, Grace W 54
McKinley, Agnes R 36
McLatchey, Huldy M 35
McLean, Hugh! 39
McLean, Annie 34
McLean, Jane 2 3
McLean, Donald 73
McLean, William L. 73
McLean, Wiilford, M 73, 82
McLean, Russel 83
McLean, Marion 83
McLean, Wilford G 83
Nevers, Leonard B 67
Nichols, Charles E . . 22
Nichols, Samuel V 22
Nichols, John J 22
Nichols, Matilda C 22
Nichols, Delilah A 22-
Nichols, George W 22
Nichols, Abraham W. W 22
Nichols, Charles E. (No. 20) . . 23
Nichols, Charles W 23, 50
Nichols, Amanda C. P 23
Nicho'ls, Kirk C 23, 50*
Nichols, Clement F 50*
Nichols, Lillian G 50
Nichols, Hazel M 50
Nichols, Rowena P 50
Nichols, Alfred G 50
Niles, Sidney 26
Norton, Cornelia 19
Oakley, Charles . . . . 50'
Ogden, Samuel 21
Orchard, Emma Jane . . 25, 38, 72
Onchard, Mary A 38, 72-
Orchard, Robert 38'
Orchard, William 38, 7o>
Orchard j T/homas 38, 71
Orchard. George 38, 71
Orchard, John . . , 38, 71
Orchard, Samuel 38, 71
Orchard, Rebecca A 38, 72-
Orchard, Elizabeth 40<
Orchard, Clarissa 40
Orchard, James (No. 51) . . . . 40
Orchard, Susan A 40'
Orchard. Fenwick W T 40
Orchard, Harry S 40-
Orchard, Samuel B 40, 73
Orchard, Hiram 38, 70'
Orchard, Bessie 70'
Orchard, Annie 70 ;
Ordbard, Susan 70
Orchard, Emma 70
Orchard, Eva 70
Orchard, Hiram Fitzroy 70
Orchard, Alice 70
Orchard, Richard 70^
Orchard, Alfred 70
Orchard, Emma (No. 141) . . . . 70
Orchard, Ethel 70
Orchard, William (No. 142) . . 71
Orchard, Robert' (No. 51) . . 40, 71
Orchard, Robert Junr 71
Orchard, Maggie 71
Orchard, George 'No. 142) ... . 71
Orchard, Ella . 71
Orchard, James 7^
Orchard, Ernest H 71
Orchard, Emma B 71
Orchard, George M 71
Orchard. Lire 71
Orchard, Dora A 71
Orchard, Oswald . 71
Orchard, Oliver L 71
Orchard, Otty D 71
Orchard, John L 71
Orchard, Arthur 71
Orchard, Hattie P 71
Orchard, Martha • • 72
Orchard, Malcolm .......... 72
Orchard. Elsie . . .' 72
Orchard, Francis 72
Orchard, Robert (No. 140) .... 70
Orchard, John (No. 144) .... 72
Orchard, Alfred S 73
Orchard, James 73
Orchard, Avard L -. . 73
Orchard, Robert P 73
Orchard, Ray K 73
Parneby, Jennie 44
Patch . 45
Patterson, Hannah B 68
Patterson, James 39
Patterson. Mahala E 39
Parlee, Rev. H. F 26
Payne, George 46
Perry, Thomas W 24
Periy. John C 77
Perry. Jennie 77
Perry, Rush 77
Pevey. Maria 31
Philips, Eilsie E. A 2<»
Philips, Charles D 20
Philips, Hazel L 20
Philips, Carrie E 20
Philips, Clarence CD 20
Pike. Elenor J 49
Pomroy, Amy 22
Porter, Henry 45
Potts, Maria J 77
Powers, Katherine 6 37
Price, Andrew L 60
Price. Pearl 60
Price. Charles B 60
Purdy, Walter H 65
Ramsey, Ge6rge 3Q
Ramsey, Hannah S. 39
Ramsey,. GeorgeW 39
Ramsey. Amos S 39
Ramsey, John 39
Ramsey. Hannah S 39
Ramsey, Isaiah 39
Ramsey, Jennie 39
Reape, Sarah . . . 2
Reid, Robert 66
Reid, Martha J 66
Reid. Many V. R 66
Reid, James A 66
Reid, William B 66
Reid, Alexander Mcintosh .... 66
Rice. Joseph $]
Robertson, John 19
Robertson, John M 19, 47
Robertson, Alexander S 19
Robertson, Annie L. 19, 48
Robertson, George G. B 19, 48
Robertson, Samuel W 19-47
Robertson, Phoebe L 19
Robertson, Margaret E 19
Robertson, Mary A 24
Robertson, Annie M 47
Robertson, Ida D. 16, 48
Robertson, Florence 48
Robertson, Maggie G 48
Robertson, William 48
Robertson. Harry 48
Robertson, William H 19. 48
Robertson, Harry S 48, 80
Robertson, Ernest L 48, 80
Robertson, John R 48. 81
Robertson, Stanley E. . ^.8
Robertson, Odbur 48
Robertson, Lillie S. 47, 80
Robertson. Charles M 47, 80
Robertson, Medora C 80
Robertson, Walter M 80
Robertson. Hazen A. . . 80
Robertson, Hazel M 80
Robertson, Etta L 80
Robertson, Ruby R 80
Robertson, Doris K 80
Robertson, Myrtle 81
Robertson, Daiel B 81
Robertson, Emma E 81
Robertson. Frank E 81
Robertson, Kenneth S 81
Rourk, Emma 16
Royal Commission to Philip White
and others 84 to 88
Roice, Jemima 37
Ryerson, Egerton History .... 4
Scott. Margaret 29
Scott. Daniel 29
Scott, Mary S. 30
Scott, H. B 36
Scott, William 78
Scott, Alice 78
Scott, Maggie 78
Scott, Olive '■■'•: 62
Scott, IsabeMa ... . . • • 78
Scott, Annie 78
Scott, Walter 78
Scott, Mabel 78
Scribner, Mary B 25
Scribner, Phoebe 60
Sebury, Charles G 50
Secord, Ada H 25
Secord, John 46
Secord, Margaret 46
Secord, Ella 46
Secord, James 46
Seeds, Eliza M 18
Seely, Thomas R 23
Seely, James 70
Seely, Ralph 70
Seely, Ethejl 70
Seely, Susan .. .' . . . 70
Severance, Carie M 68
Sharpe, George 48
Shairpe, Edward M 48
Sharpe, William A 48
Sharpe, Louis 48
Sharpe, Herbert M 48
Sharpe, Fred 48
Sharpe, Flora L 48
Shaw, Weyman 24
Shaw, Ann 24
Ship, Saldey 7
Slipp, Susan M 58
Slocum, Edwin 65
Slocum, Willie H. . . . : 65
Slocum, Rose T 65
Slocum, Ella M 65
Slocum, Esther A 65
Slocum, Harry L 65
Slocum, Eben 63
Simonds, Mary 48
Smith, Sarah 38
Smith, Nellie . 37
Smith, Esther 39
Smith, Isaac 62
Smith, Malinda A 62,, 82
Smith, Isaac H 62
Smith, Minnie V 62
Smith, Andrew B. . . 67
Smith, Maggie J 67
Smith, Joseph A 67
Smith, Violet M 67
Smith, Thomas M 67
Smith, Annie L 67
Smith, William B 67
Smith, Robert M • 67
Smith, Franklin E 67
Smith, Benj amine H 67
Smith, Harry G 67
Smith, Mary E 67
Smith, Thomas G 67
Smith, Minnie B 67
Smith, Glen A 67
Smith, George P 67
Smith, Otty G 67
Snodgrass, Edward 64
Sonpdgrass, , . . 64
Spencer, Captain 13
Spooner. Clarence 55
Spooner, Alice K 55
Spooner,! Dorothy C. . . 55
Spooner, Doris I 55
Spragg, Ann 29
Spragg, Milton 37
Springer, Alice . 71
Starkey, Mordicai 38
Starkey, Hiram 39
Starkey, Thomas G 24, 39
Starkey, Melissa J 39
Starkey, Louise) 10, 39
Starkey, Ernest D 44
Starkey, Matilda 39
Starkey, Capt. Charles, M 70
Starkey, Bessie 70
Stevens, Charles . . . 46
Stevens, James 21
Stevenson, Sally 39
Stewart, William T 20
Stewart, Stanley E 20
Stewart. Andrew 39
Stone, Elizabeth T. . 35
Straight, Mary 43
Straight, Merritt 50
Strong, Ola J 44
Strong, James 46
Sullivan, Nora 37
Swanton, Ailbert E 76
Swanton, Glenie M 76
Swanton, Marjorie 76
Tabor, Huldy 2
Tabor, Jesse 7
Tabor, Noah 7
Tabor, George 7
Tabor, James . . .*. 7
Tabor, Charles 7
Tapley, Anion 68
Tapley, Bessie L 68
Tapley, Cora A 68
Tapley, Frederick V. . . . . . . 68
Tapley, William A 68
Tapley, Mary W 68
Tapley, Harry L 68
Tapley, Norman E 68
Tapley, Ella May 68
Tapley, Fay Alma 68
Tapley, Edgar L. . 68
Tapley, Geneva L 68
Taylor, Dr. Westford M 25
Taylor, Martha 61
Thompson, Elizabeth .. . 25
Thompson, Robert 46
Thorn, Cecelia 46
Thorn, Beatrice 4.6
Thorn, Valencia .. .'. .... .. 46
Thorn, Robert 46
Thorn, Douglas, 46
Tilton, Peter 2
Tilton, Deborah 7? 9
Titus, Clara M . 48
Todd, Rev. F. S 43
Tower, Helen 64
Traverse, Alexander 4 2
Trecantin, Delila 43
Trefry, Freeman 3 2
Trefry, Guive 3 2
Trefry, Samuel 32
Trefy, Charles 3 2
Trites, Elizabeth A 34
Troop, Helen G 54
Vandyke, Sloeum 6
Vandyke, Isaac 6
Vandyke, Maribe 6
Vandyke, John 6
Vandyke. Sarah 6
Vandyke, Henry 6, 7
Vandyke, Peter 6
Vandyke, Samuel 6
Vandyke. Vincent 6
Vandyke, Michael 6
Vandyke, Hannah 6
Vandyke, Elisha 7
Vaughn, Ida M - 56
Vincent, Nettie 78
Walker, Loretta B 50
Wardell, Elizabeth, 2
Warring, Josie B 80
Wasson, David N 69
Wasson, Ethel M 69
Wasson, Everitt L 69
Wasson. Fred 69
Wasson, Greta 69
Wasson, Clarence M 69
Wasson, Bella T 69
Wasson, Robert 38, 7°
Wasson. Fredom L. E 7°
Wasson, William 70
Wheeler, Martha 35
Wheiton, Jane 21
Thomas (1) 1
Peter (2) 1, 2
Samuel (2) 1
Thomas Junr 1
Peter (3) 2
Britton . 2
Benj amine 2, 3, 6
Peter (4) 2, 3
Phillip (5) 3, 6, 7
William (5) . . . . 3, 6, 7, 9
Vincent (5) 3> 6
Aaron 3.. 6"
John (5) 3, 4, ^
Susan 3> 6
William V 6
William (6) 6
Huldv (6) 6
Sarah (6) 6
Thomas (6) 6
Michael (6) 6
Mary Ann 6
John (6) 6, 16
Edward (6) 6
Philip (6) . . 9. 10 ■
Peter (6) 7, 9
Samuel (6) 7, 9. "
Vincent (6) . . . . 9, 12, 14
Huldah (6) 9
Mary (6) 9, 15
Susan (6) 9, 16
Sarah (6) 9. 1° ■
Deborah T. (6) . . 9.. V, 2 3
Elenor (6) 9, 17
William E 10, 18
Mary 10, 18
Charlotte 10, 19
Samuel (No. 1) .... 10, 19
Peter (No. 1) 10. 20
John (No. 1) 10, 21
Elizabeth 10, 21
Lanah 10, 22
White, Benj amine (No. r) . . 10, 22
White, Phoebe , 10
White, Sarah G 10, 23
White, Edward (No. 1) . . . . 10, 29
White, John T 11, 23
White, Elizabeth (No. 2) . . 11, 21
White, Deborah (No. 2) .. 11, 23
White, Phoebe C n, 24
White,,, Samuel V n, 24
White, Asa L 11
White, Edward H. . 11, 25
White, George W 11, 26
White, Clows 19
White, Henry H 20
White, Diadamy 26
White, Beverly 25
White., Wesley 25
White, Hattie A 26
White, Adeline 26
White, Annetta 26
White, Mollie 26
White, Lilla 26
White, Kate 26
White, Gilbert 15, 27
White, Vincent S 15, 27
White, William H 15, 28
White, James E 15, 29
White, Simeon H 15, 30
White, Jacob D 15, 31
White, Dorcas E 15, 32
White, Hiram B 15, 32
White, Deborah Jane 15, 33
White, Charles T 15, 33
White James S . 25
White, Charlotte E 25
White, Charles W 25
White, William W 25
White, Fred S. . . 25
White, Harvey E 25, 70
White, Caroline R 25, 51
White, Harry F 25, 52
White, Dora M 25
White, Frank D 25
White, Barbara 25, 70
White, Howard B 25
White, Leonard A 26
White, Gilbert N 26
White, Malinda M 26
White, George L, ... 26
White, Agnes L. . . . . 26
White, Diamy E 26
White, Mary (No. 25) 26
White, Carrie L . . 26
White, Minnie A 26
White, Philip (No. 13) 19
White, John D 19, 49
White, S. William 19 '
White, Louis 19
White, Sarah E 19
White, Charity 19
White, William S 19, 49
White, Charles G 19, 49
White, Henry D. . 19
White. Eben H 20
White, Elizabeth A 20
White, Henry K 20
White, Helen 2 °
White, Esther R 20
White, Amelia M 20
White. Neville V 20
White, Rebecca A 20
White, Carrie E 20
White, Eva E 2 <>
White, Charlotte (No. 15) ... . 21
White, Norman 2I
White, George A 21
White, Mary R 21
White, John N 2f
White, Matilda 21
White, David A • • 21
White, William J 2I '
W r hite, Louise 22 '
White, Sophia A 22 '
White, Charlotte A 22 "
White, Charles . .: 22 '
White, Berfield 22
White, Fred 22
W T hiite. Phoebe 22
White, William H. (No. 21) . . 23-
White, DeLesdermir 18, 47
White, Catherine A. M. . 17
White, Albert E 47
White, Miriam A 47
White, George D 47
White, Philip (No. 77) 48
White, Lilla 4»
White, George • • 48
White, Amelia 4$
White, Mary E 48, 80
White, Florence E 48
White, Emma B 48
White, Walter P 48
White, Ethelbert 49
White, Fred (No.* 78) 49
White, Charles (No. 78) ■ • •• 49
White, Herbert 49
White, Walter (No. 79) 49
White, Gertrude 49
White, Lottie 49
White, May 49*
Charlotte A. (No. 21)
Deborah T. (No. 21)
George H 27,
Mary L '
Henry A 27,
Agusta A 30,
Julia E 29,
Daniel W. H 29,
Harold G. . .
Jean E .
Katherine L. ..... . .
Laura E 29,
G. J. Coulter 27,
Albert S 30,
Oscar B 30,
W, Pevey . .
Fred J 32
Mary F 33,
Simeon H. (No. 35)
Diadama P 34,
G. Harley 34
Henry D. (No. 80) .. ..
George M. 49
John S 49
David A 49
William H. N 49
Lucy E 49
Julia A 49
Ethel M .' . . 49
Edeth C 49
Benj amine L.. D 21, 50
William H. (No. 82) . . 50
Norman M. 50
Matilda J. 50
Lucy H. 50
James T 50
Lillie E 50
Louis (No. 82) 50
Peter (No. 21) . . . . 23, 50
Jacob W 23, 51
Arthur E 51, 81
Charles H 5 1
Asa L. (No. 21) . . . . 23, 51
Florence P 51
William T. 51
Lemuel W 23, 51
Clifford C 51
Linda M 51
Ida E. ':..;■ i 52
Maud C 52
Samuel V 5 2
Ford W 52
Bessie M 5 2
Wesley W 5 1
Peter W 5*
Harry G 5 2
Julia A. (No. 92) ... . 52
Laura M 5 2
Gilford H 53
Abbie M. 53, 81
George H. (No. 92.) . . 53
Gilbert V 53
Elenior R 53
Margaret T 53
Miriam C 53
Walter W., M. D. . . 27, 53
Douglas V. ....... • 54
Mary W 54
Edith DeSoyers 54
Constance St. John .... 54
Donald V 56
Margaret M • . . 57
Charles K 57
Frederick G 57
White, Pevey D 57
White, Elenor P 32, 57
White, Mary F 57
White, Delia 60
White, Claud P 60
W r hite, Ralph W 60
White, Helen G 60
White, Charles P 60
White, Frances H 60
White, Edna 60
White, Hazel D 60
White, Mabel E 81
White, Harry W 81
Wiggins, William 9, 15
Wiggins, William W 15. 34
Wiggins', Jacob F 15
Wiggins, Benj amine G. ..... . 15
Wiggins, Daniel S 15, 35
Wiggins, Martha A. .... . . . 15, 35
Wiggins, Stephen S 15. 36
Wiggins, Sophia M 15, 36
Wiggins, Elizabeth S *.. 15, 36
Wiggins, Esther R 15, 37
Wiggins, Deborah S 15, 37
Wiggins,! Mary V 15, 37
Wiggins, Esther S 20
Wiggins, John 24
Wiggins, Nathaniel 34, 60
Wiggins, Mary E. (No. 36) . . 34
Wiggins, Anette 34
Wiggins, Matilda 34
Wigging Benj amine 34
Wiggins, Sophia 34
Wiggins,) Solonica .... ..... . . 34
Wiggins, Victoria 34
Wiggins, William (No. 36) . . 34, 61
Wlcrgins, Vincent W 15, 34
Wiggins, Elizabeth W. 35
Wiggins, Susan A 34
Wiggins, Thomas M 35, 37, 61
Wiggins;, Caroline 35, 61
Wiggins, Alma, 35, 62
Wiggins, E. Stone 35
Wiggins, Daniel S 35
Wiggins, Ebenezer! G 35
Wip-^ins, Andrew G 35
Wiggins, Phoebe A 35
Wiggins, Dandalia E. 35
Wiggins, Mary L 35
Wiggins, Charles M 35
Wiggins, Abraham R 35
Wiggins, Perveilia A 35, 62
Wiggins,, Susan W 35, 62
Wiggins, Hannah 35, 63
Wiggins, Mary E 35, 61
Sarah 35, 63
Deborah T 35, 63
Abraham W 35, 64
Alice M 35, 64
Susie A, G 35
William A 36-
Margaret S 36, 65
Isaac C 36
Wallace E 36, 65
Mary E. (No. 40) . . 36, 65
Annie Pintard . . . . 36, 66
George S. 1 36, 66
Solomon C 36
Esther E 36
Ilia E 36
Hannah M 36, 66
Charles A 37
Celia M 37, 61
Wilford H 37, 68
Lillas A 37
Margery, S 37
Charlotte E 34, 37
Eben .... . 46
Elsie '. 46
Ernest V. 34. 60
Horlen W 60
Guy B. . . 60
Phoebe G 60
Helen M. 60
Victoria M 60
Francena 61, 81.
George W 61
Charles A. (No. 112).. 61
Gertrude N 61
Thompson E 61
Susie N. 61
Bermice L. . . 61
Stella M 61
Vktoria V 61
Mary P 62
Eliza M 64
Erne M. V. . .' 64
Clara K 64
George F 64
Mildred N 64
Nora S. 64
Deborah S 64
Alice G 64
Bessie J 64
James A 64
Wiggins, Mabel J 64
Wiggins, Alice M 64
Wiggins, Harry N 64
Wip'pfins, George A 64
Wigginsi, Eliza M 64
Wig-gins, Charles 64
Wiggins, Walter M 64
Wigrgins, Kate E 64
Wiggins, Laurence N 64
Wiggins, Stephen E 65
Wiggins, Charlotte A 64
Wiggins, Warren F 65
Wiggins, Minnie A .... 65
Wiare-ins., Gillis M. . . 65
'Wigginsi, Annie J .... 65
Wiggins, Fay E 65
Wiggins, Mary E 66
Wiggins, Willie E 66
Wiggins, Amber E. . . 66
Wiggins, Annie M. P 66
Wiggins, Katie M 66
Wiggins, Bessie 66
W'iip-ginsv Charles. W 68
Wiggins, Harold B 68
Wiggins, Ralph S 68
Wiggins, Ray L 68
Wiggins, Mabel S 68
Wilson, Samuel (6)
Wilson, Frances E . . .17,
Wilson, Eliza J 17,
Wilson, Elenor A 17,
Wilson, Vincent 17,
Wilson, Samuel Junr 17, 19,
Wilson, Jacob 17.
W r ilson, James H 17,
Wilson, George S 17,
Wilson, Deborah T
Wilscn, George H
Wilson. William E 42,
Wilson, A'bert DesBnisa . . 42, 43
Wilson, Amos P 42,
Wilson, Amnion A 42,
Wilson. Priscilla L .42,
Wilsion, Zepheniah 42,
Wilson, George A
Wi>on, Elenor H
Wi'son. Herbert S '. . . . .
Wilson, Rebecca J. T
Wilson. Ta^ob A . .
Wilson, Eva 44
Wilson, Deborah T. I.
Wilson, Amasa M. . .
Wilson, Rachel B. . .
Wilson, Hilda, F. C.
Wilson, Hersey S. . .
Wilspn, Hessie L. . .
Wilson, Adena ....
Wilson, Frederick P.
Wilson, Victoria J. . .
Wilson, Wilmot W. .
Wilson, Florence S. .
Wilson, John O. . . .
Wilson, Daniel ....
Wilson, Chanles B. . .
Wilson, Edson M. . .
Wilson, Willard L. . .
Wilson, Penery ....
Wilson, Douglas . . .
Frances, . . .
Herman . . .
Wilson, Harold . . .
Wilson, Muriel G
Wilson, Allen M
Wilson, Garnet W
Wiilson, Rheta (No. 165) . .
Wilson, Clifford St. John
Wilson, Eunice J. H,
Wilson, Kenneth A
Wilson, Rae VanHorn
Wilson, Betsey -. .
Williams, S. Sherman
Williams, Melinda A.
Williams Rebecca . . .
Withrow, Joseph B 41,
Wl hrow, Sarah Ann
V 'itihrow, Eliza Jane
W ; throw. Amos M 41,
W throw, Samuel McGregor ....
"throw, Ada E 41,
"Withrow, Amelia M \i, 76
Withrow, Oswald C 4 1
Withrow* Orphax 41
Withrow, Leslie H 41
W>i throw, Isaac 42
Withrow, Daniel 42
Withrow, Mabel 41, 75
Withrow, Mary A. . . 75
Wilcox„ Sarah 78
Wood, Rev. Abraham 12
Wort, David M 82
Wort, Su'san L 82
Wort, George S 82
Wortley, John 2
Wiorden, William 19
Wragbty Molly 26
Wry, Fannie 75