and History of the Family WHITE
10 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. White family records
: descendants of Peregrine White, son of William and Susanna (Fuller) White,
1620-1939 Clarksburg, W. Va.: White, Roscoe Ross, 1939, 262 pgs.
|2. Memorials of elder John
White, one of the first settlers of Hartford, Conn., and of his descendants
Hartford: Printed for the family by Case, Lockwood and Co., 1860, Kellogg,
Allyn Stanley, 328 pgs.
|3. A genealogical history
of the descendants of Peter White, of New Jersey, from 1670 : and of
William White and Deborah Tilton, his wife, loyalists St. John, N.B. Barnes
& Co., 1906, White, James E., 130 pgs.
|4. Samuel White and his
father, Judge Thomas White : an almost forgotten senator, and his father,
who was a follower of Asbury in the early days of Methodism Wilmington:
Historical Society of Delaware, 1903, Conrad, Henry C., 19 pgs.
|5. History of Nathaniel
White, Hannah Finch White and their descendants Cedar Rapids, Iowa:
Torch Press, 1938, Heagler, Ethel Conger, 69 pgs.
|6. Tryphena Ely White's
journal : being a record, written one hundred years ago, of the daily
life of a young lady of Puritan heritage, 1805-1905. New York: F. Kellogg,
1904, White, Tryphena Ely, 51 pgs.
|7. The descendants of William
White, of Haverhill, Mass. : genealogical notices Boston, Mass.: American
Printing and Engraving Co., 1889, White, Daniel Appleton, 97 pgs.
|8. Genealogy of the White
family Eaton, N.Y.:
Vanderpool, Jennett Nichols, 1899, 104 pgs.
|9. Charles White and his
descendants : from Kent County, England, to Dane County, Wisconsin
Waukesha, Wis.: White, Bruce James , 89 pgs.
|10. Descendants of Thomas
White of Weymouth, Mass., 1630-1907 New York: Press of Tobias A. Wright,
1907, Williams, C. S. 94 pgs.
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