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Colonel John White, Jr. b. 1662 Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul, New Kent Co., Virginia d. 9 Jun 1781 , Franklin, Georgia, United States

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  • Name  Colonel John White, Jr. 
    Prefix  Colonel 
    Suffix  Jr. 
    Born  1662  Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul, New Kent Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  9 Jun 1781  , Franklin, Georgia, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I1172  Kull Family
    Last Modified  2 Jul 2009 

    Father  John White, Sr.,   b. Abt 1629, , , , England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1662, Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul, New Kent Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F572  Group Sheet

    Family  Mary Ellett,   b. Abt 1663,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married  Abt 1690 
    Children 
    >1. Daniel White,   b. Abt 1690, , Orange, Virginia, United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 20 Dec 1790, Culpepper Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Thomas White,   b. Abt 1693,   d. Yes, date unknown
     3. Jeremiah White,   b. 11 Oct 1695, Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul, King and Queen Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Sep 1776, , Albemarle, Virginia, United States Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Reuben White,   b. 1697, Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul, King and Queen Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1750
     5. John White, III,   b. 22 Mar 1703, Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul, King William Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Sep 1732
    Last Modified  2 Jul 2009 
    Family ID  F571  Group Sheet

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  • Notes 
    • Virginia Quit Rent Rolls 1704:
      John White 190 acres New Kent
      John White Northhampton County
      Jonathan White 320 acres New Kent

      In  "Extracts  from  King William County  records,"  in  the Virginia Historical Magazine,  Vol. 25, page 174, we find that in 1705  Thos. Ellett deeded land to his son-in-law, John White  and wife,  Mary.   In Spotsylvania County records we find  them  mentioned again in 1730.

                   The  following  items are taken from Crozier's  "Records  of Spotsylvania County":

                  Deed  Book "B" --1729-1734 of Spotsylvania County,  April  4, 1730,  deed  of John White of St. John's Parish,  King  Wm.  Co., Gent., to Thomas Crothers of St. George Par., Spotsylvania  Co., Planter, witnesses, Richard Gregory, Joe Roberts and Thos. White.  Mary, wife of John White, acknowledged her dower.

                  March  6, 1743.  James White and Sarah, his wife, of  Hanover Co.,  to Thos. White of Spots. Co. L 29 Curr. 300 a. (devised  to sd James  White by the will of his father, John  White,  dec'd., recorded in King Wm. Co.).



      Bibliographic Information: Woods, Edgar Rev. History of Albemarle County, Virginia: The Michie Company, Printers, 1901

      page 343
      WHITE.
      John White, a native of Scotland, bought land from the Brockmans and Dowells on the west side of the South West Mountain, beginning his purchases in 1772. He married Mourning, daughter of Henry Shelton, and died without children in 1807. By his will he emancipated forty-seven negroes, and made provision for their removal to a free State, John Walker and Chiles Terrell being appointed his executors. Jeremiah, doubtless a brother, married Jane Shelton, a sister of his wife.
      Conyers White came to the county from Orange in 1776, and purchased more than fifteen hundred acres on Buck Mountain Creek. He was succeeded by his son Crenshaw, who married Sarah Austin, sold his property about 1825, and emigrated to Missouri.
      In 1779 Daniel White bought from William Wood the plantation on which he was living at the time, lying southwest of Batesville. This place he subsequently sold to Benjamin Ficklin. In 1812 he purchased from the trustee of Menan Mills the farm at the bend of Mechum's River on Broadaxe, which has been in the possession of the family ever since. He died in 1818. His wife's name was Elizabeth, and his children were Mary, the wife of Thomas Martin, Elizabeth, the wife of John Jones, Margaret, the wife of Thomas Jackson, Nancy, the wife of Overton Garland, John, Henry, William, who died in New Orleans in 1817, Rhoda, the wife of Joseph Grayson, and Felicia. Henry succeeded his father at the home place. He was appointed a magistrate in 1830, and died in 1850. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Rice Garland, and his children were Samuel G., and Elizabeth, the wife of Edward C. Hamner.
      Near the close of the last century Garrett White came to the county from Madison, and established his home in the
      Page 344
      North Garden, southwest of the Cross Roads. By his sagacity and industry he acquired a large estate, becoming the owner of more than two thousand acres in the North and South Gardens. He was appointed a magistrate in 1806, and served as Sheriff in 1830. He died in 1843. He married Elizabeth, daughter of John Piper, and his children were John, Jeremiah, who died young and unmarried, and Sarah, the wife of Samuel W. Martin. John displayed the energy and thrift of his father. He died in 1866. His wife was Caroline, daughter of Stephen Moore, and his children were Garrett, John S., Jeremiah, Frances, the wife of Alfred Carpenter, Mary, the wife of Nicholas M. Page, and Sarah, the wife of Samuel G. White.
      source: genealogy library.com
      http://www.familytreemaker.com/_glc_/index.html
      History of Albemarle County, Virginia

      The history of Albemarle County, Virginia, A description of the founding and events of this Virginiacounty including narritives on its residents families from 1727-1890.

  • Sources 
    1. [S3] Web Site: Coming to America "The Melton's/Milton's", Michael Leisure, (WorldConnect Project).




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