(2) was born on 10 May 1665 in Middleton, Upper
Houses CT. He died on 29 Mar 1738 in Middleton, Upper Houses CT. He was chosen
constable in Middleton in 1694 and a selectman in 1715. After Deborah died, he
remarried to Mrs. Rebecca (Willett) Ranney, a widow of Thomas Ranney. Parents:
Nathaniel White and Elizabeth
He was married to Deborah Shepard on 4 Feb 1691/92 in Middleton. Children were: Thomas White, Eliz. White, Deborah White, Rebecca White, Jacob White, Hannah White, Samuel White, Rebecca White, Samuel White, John White.
Jacob White(2) was born on 29 Jan 1696/97. Parents: Jacob White and Deborah Shepard.
Jacob White(2) was born on 8 Oct 1645. Parents: John White and Mary Levett .
Jacob White(2) was born on 30 Jan 1735/36 in Lebanon CT (Andover?). Parents: Thomas White and Sarah Miller.
Joel White (2) was born on 20 Oct 1750 in Conventry CT. Parents: Thomas White and Hannah Woodward.
John White (2) was born on 19 Oct 1712. Parents: Jacob White and Deborah Shepard .
John White (2) was born on 9 Apr 1657. Parents: Nathaniel White and Elizabeth.
John White (2) was born about 1600 in Chelmsford England. He died on 17 Dec 1683 in Hartford CT. John White was a passenger in the ship LYON which sailed from London about June 22, 1632, to Boston, arriving September 16. Many of the passengers belonged to the company of Reverand Thomas Hooker whose church was in Chelmsford, Essex.. ANCESTORS OF AMERICAN PRESIDENTS by Gary Boyd Roberts (1995) lists his as the son of Robert White and Bridget Allgar, who are ancestors of four American Presidents: Fillmore, Cleveland, Grant and Ford.
He was apparently married in England a few years before immigrating to Massachusetts
John was one of the first settlers of Cambridge, Mass., Hartford, Ct and Hadley Mass. In Cambridge, his home was on a street called Cow Yard Row; it was 3/4 of an acre and on August 5, 1633 he was allotted another 3/4 acre as a cow yard to go with the 30 acres he had for farming (Gore Hall, the library (in 1860) of Harvard University later stood on the site of the cow yard). The amount of land allocated to him indicated he was neither among the poorest nor the wealthiest of the settlers. He was admitted a freeman of the colony march 4, 1633. In February he was elected to the board of seven men called Townsmen or Selectmen.
John sold his hose to Nicholis Danforth on October 20, 1635, and the rest of his property on May 30, 1636, in order to join Rev Hooker and the 100 other men, women and children who wanted more space for themselves and others expected from England. They made a six week trip to Hartford CT where he is listed as one of the original proprietors. His allotments consisted of the home lot of two acres, about 40 acres of meadow and 32 acres of upland at Hockman, east of the Great River. The home lot was 10 rods south of the Little River on the east side of what, in 1860, was called Governor Street, formerly Cole Street. He was chosen a Selectman in 1642, 1646, 1651 and 1656.
After Rev Hooker died in 1647, dissension arose between two factions of the church, one of which zealously opposed any relaxation of requirements of participation in church privileges. On April 18, 1659, 60 followers of this latter group, including John White, moved to Hadley MA. His property was described in the town record as: "One houselott containing 8 acres more or lesse as it lyes. Bounded by the land of Peter Tillton south by the land granted to Thomas Stanlye North, abutting West against the common street, and East against the woods; being the bredth sixteene rod and in length eightie". After the town was legally organized, he was elected as a selectman in 1662, 1663 and 1665. He also served as Deputy (Representative) to the General Court (Legislature) of Massachusetts sitting in Boston in 1664 and 1669.
In Hartford, there were still problems resulting in another split in the church. John returned to Hartford in the early 1670s and was chosen the Elder of the South Church. He was thereafter exempt from holding civil office but was called on as an arbitrator, referee and council in ecclesiastical matters.
Mary died before he did, probably after returning to Hartford. His date of death is not known but is between the date of his will, December 17, 1683 and the date of inventory of his estate, January 23, 1684. His will names 6 children. Parents: Robert White and Bridgit Allgar (Alger).
John White(2) Parents: John White and Mary Levett.
Joseph White(2) was born on 20 Feb 1666/67. Parents: Nathaniel White and Elizabeth.
Lemuel White(2) was born on 12 Jun 1741. Parents: Thomas White and Hannah Woodward.
Lillian White(2) was born on 17 Jul 1909 in Kansas City KS. Parents: Halbert Armstrong White and Harriette Dorn.
Londa White(2) was born on 13 May 1794 in Tunbridge VT. Parents: Simeon White and Eunice Cressy.
Lydia White(2) was born on 5 Oct 1814 in Barnston Canada. She died in Jan 1860 in Horicon WI. Parents: Simeon White Jr and Lydia Colburn.
Lyndabeth White(2) was born on 5 May 1943. Parents: H.Lynn White and Ruth Sowers .
Margaret White(2). Died at age 3 at her Uncle Arthur's and Aunt Alice's home. Parents: Benjamin Terry White and Anna Sibley.
Margaret White(2) was born on 14 Nov 1944 in Washington DC. Parents: Donald White and Helen Beth Severance.
Margot McQuesten White(2) was born on 2 Sep 1932 in Minneapolis MN. Parents: Asher Miner Abbott M.D. White and Margaret Wirt Richie.
Mary White(2) was born on 7 Apr 1659. Parents: Nathaniel White and Elizabeth .
Mary White (2). Parents: John White and Mary Levett.
Mary Grace White(2) was born on 23 Dec 1906 in Minneapolis MN. Occupations: Pre-kindergarten Teacher in Washington DC; Sales in Photographic Studio, Washington DC; Sales at Marshall Field Co. and at Best & Co., Chicago. After Jim Died, real estate sales for a year or so then office clerk at Northwestern University from 1960 to 1968 while Peter attended. Parents: Solon Marx , M.D. White and Sarah Minor Abbott.
She was married to Lyman Thompson in Aug 1929 in Minneapolis MN. She Marriage Annuled about 1933.
Nathaniel White(2) was born about 1629 in England. He died on 27 Aug 1711 in Middleton, Upper Houses CT. Nathaniel moved from England at about age 3, first to Cambridge Mass. and four years later to Hartford CT. When he was about 21, he moved to Middleton, on the Connecticut River, being one of the original proprietors and first settlers of the town His home was in the part of Middleton formerly called "Upper House", afterwards Upper Middleton and now constituting the town of Cromwell. His house was in the lower part of the village on the street that lies between the Middlesex Turnpike (1860) and the Conn. River. He represented the Town in the legislature (General Court as it was first called) from 1661 to 1710...during this period he was chosen Deputy at one or both of the sessions held each year in May and again in October. He was appointed a magistrate and a commissioner by the legislature for Middleton in 1669; in 1684 he also was named to the posts in Haddam and the district of Meriden where he held local courts for those places.
In military life he rose through successive grade to the rank of captain, a title which he carried through life.
After Elizabeth died, he married Mrs Martha Mould of New London CT, the daughter of John and Mary Coit. Two of his children, Daniel and Joseph, each married women who were apparently daughters of his second wife
His grave is in Middleton in the cemetery near the river. Parents: John White and Mary Levett.
Nathaniel White(2) was born on 7 Jul 1652. Parents: Nathaniel White and Elizabeth .
Neil II White(2) was born on 25 Jan 1945 in Midland MI. Parents: Halbert White and Vivian Spear.
Neil K. White(2) was born on 27 Feb 1916 in Dinuba CA. Lived with S. Marx White while stuying medicine at U of M. Two years internship ai Philadelphia General Hosp.; 1943-45 Flight Surgeon U.S. Armyin India and Burma, leaving as a major; 945-48 at Mayo Clinic, Rochester MN specializing in internal medicine; practiced in Menlo Park CA. According to Carol Mighell Mahley, Neil is sort of a 'dud'. A classmate in medical school with a client of mine, Dr. John LaBree Parents: Arthur Thomas White and Alice L. Hughson.
Olive White(2) was born in Gilsum NH. Parents: Henry White and Sarah Dewey .
Patricia White(2) was born on 28 Dec 1947 in Midland MI. Parents: Halbert White and Vivian Spear.
Rebecca White(2) was born on 12 Aug 1695. She died on 12 Feb 1696/97. Parents: Jacob White and Deborah Shepard.
Rebecca White(2) died in 1707. She was born on 14 Sep 1707. Parents: Jacob White and Deborah Shepard.
Richard White died on 6 May 1578. He was born in Hillariance, Somerset, England. Parents: Thomas White and Agnes Richards.
Children were: Robert White.
Robert White was born in 1558. He died in Jun 1617 in Messing, Essex, England. His will was dated May 27, 1617 (buried Jun 17 1617) and
according to http://kinnexions.com/smlawson/crow.htm#White
"indicates he lived for considerable time in the Parish of Messing, Essex, England and was quite wealthy. He gave to support the poor of Messing, and to Rev. Richard ROGERS, a non-conformist, and Rev Bartholomew SCRIVENER, and established church minister.
Robert's will names his wife and all his children. Son Daniel and wife Bridget were named executors, and John CHRISTMAS (Sr.) and William LEVETT were witnesses. Also named are three sons in law (James BOWTELL, Joseph LOOMIS, and William GOODWIN), Ralph BETT ("my kinsman and servant"), and Joseph DIGBIE ("my servant"). The three unmarried children, Bridget, Anna, and John, were bequeathed money on the condition that they obtain the consent of their mother, and of Joseph LOOMIS and William GOODWIN, before marriage (100 marks to each daughter, and 200 marks to John). It is possible that Daniel was the son of a first wife, prior to Robert's marriage to Bridget on Jun. 24, 1585 at Shalford, Essex.
Bridget ALLGAR (or ALGER) - bap. Mar. 11, 1562, Shalford, Essex, England. Daughter of William ALLGAR (bur. Aug. 2, 1575, Shalford, Essex), and sister of: Mary, who married "Ralfe BETTE"; John, who died in infancy; John; and Elizabeth. Bridget married second on Sep. 28, 1618 at Messing, Essex, John CHRISTMAS, Jr., and they had two sons: Richard and John."
Parents: Robert White and Alice.
Children were: John White.
Robert White(4) died in 1600. He was born in South Pemerton, Lancashire. Parents: Richard White and Helen.
Children were: Robert White.
Rosetta White(2) was born on 30 Mar 1833 in Barnston Canada. She died in Jan 1891 in Milwuakee WI. Parents: Simeon White Jr and Lydia Colburn.
Sally White(2) was born on 9 Feb 1824 in Barnston Canada. She died in Jul 1879. Parents: Simeon White Jr and Lydia Colburn.
Sally White(2) was born on 1 Jul 1792 in Tunbridge VT. Parents: Simeon White and Eunice Cressy.
Samuel White(2) was born on 24 May 1703. He died in Aug 1708. Parents: Jacob White and Deborah Shepard.
Samuel White(2) was born on 6 Dec 1710. He died on 1 Mar 1724/25. Parents: Jacob White and Deborah Shepard.
Samuel White(2) was born on 30 Nov 1729 in Middleton CT. Parents: Thomas White and Sarah Miller.
Sarah White(2) was born on 22 Jan 1663/64. Parents: Nathaniel White and Elizabeth.
Sarah White(2). Parents: John White and Mary Levett.
Sarah White(2) was born on 13 Sep 1726 in Middleton CT. Parents: Thomas White and Sarah Miller.
Scott White(2) was born on 5 Jun 1975 in Austin TX. Parents: Douglas Richie White and Lilyan A. Brudner.
Silas White(2) was born on 18 May 1745. Parents: Thomas White and Hannah Woodward.
Silas White(2) was born in Gilsum NH. Parents: Henry White and Sarah Dewey .
Simeon White(2) was born on 10 Nov 1765 in Gilsum NH. He died on 25 Aug 1825 in Barnston Quebec. Parents: Henry White and Sarah Dewey.
Simeon Phineus White(2) was born on 26 Sep 1821 in Sweden NY. He died on 1 Feb 1908. Parents: Simeon White Jr and Lydia Colburn.
Solon Constantine White(2) was born on 15 Dec 1838 in Barston Canada. He died on 14 Mar 1924 in Dinuba CA. The youngest of 12 children. Moved to Horicon WI at age 12, worked as a clerk in a grocery where he first met his future wife. They moved to Milwaukee where he worked as an inscriber of insurance policies for Northwestern Mutual Life Ins Co. He then studied medicine at Rush Medical School, Chicago IL, intending to graduate after one year of lectures but in the meantime the Illinois legislature required two years of study, so he graduated in 1869.
He began practice in Morris IL, then to Muskegon MI and in 1870, to Sandwich IL for one year; to Waterman IL in 1871 and finally to Hokah MN in 1873 where he had an interest in a mill with some of his brothers, one of whom was Cyrus. The mill failed, so in 1884 they returned to Waterman and in 1886 to Sandwich where he continued his medical practice until 1901. He moved to Clovis CA in 1902, practiced until retiring in 1912 and moved to Dinuba CA. Parents: Simeon White Jr and Lydia Colburn.
He was married to Amanda Clayanna "Annie" Armstrong on 16 Jan 1863 in Horicon WI. Children were: Solon Marx , M.D. White, Gracia May White, Halbert Armstrong White, Arthur Thomas White, Benjamin Terry White.
Solon Marks White(1) was born on 16 Jul 1873 in Hokah, MN. He died in Minneapolis, MN.
Solon Marx , M.D. White(2) was born on 16 Jul 1873 in Hokah MN. He died on 29 Aug 1966 in Minneapolis MN. B.S. U of Illinois 1896 (as of 1894); M.D. Northwestern U. Medical School 1897; intern Cook County Hospital, Chicago 1897-98. University of Minnesota Medical School: Instructor pathology and bacteriology,1898-1904;Ass't Professor 1904-08; Assoc Prof. Medicine '08-'15; Professor '15-'42 (chief of Dept of Medicine & in charge of medical service at University Hospital '21-'25); emeritus '42+. Major, US Army Medical Corps & chief of medical service, Base Hospital 26, Allerey (sp?) France 1918. Fellow American College of Physicians (member Board of Regents 1926-1935; President 1931-32); A.M.A. (Vice-Chm, section on practice of medicine 1929).
In 1921, along with 9 other teachers at the U of M, he founded the Nicollet Clinic (now Park-Nicollet), and was still in active practice there into 1960 at age 87. He was at one time or another President of Hennepin County Medical Society, the State Board of Health, the MN Academy of Medicine and the MN Society of Internal Medicine. He was a founder and director of the Glen Lake Tuberculosis Sanatorium and a director of the Hennepin County Tuberculosis Assn.
I recall walking with "Baga", the name I, as the oldest grandchild, christened him, from the Nicollet Clinic at 1009 Nicollet Avenue to the Minneapolis Club for lunch, a distance of no more than two and a half blocks. It took us nearly twenty minutes to complete the journey since so many people stopped to greet him and he took great pride in introducing me to each of them. Friends called him "Marx" or "S. Marx"...apparently he took a disliking to another boy named Solon and so he preferred the use of his middle name. He had a wide range of interests, one day expounding on the geologic makeup of Minnesota,the next discussing why cats act as they do. He had a wonderful sense of humor with a deep belly laugh...we occasionally visited his friend, Mendon Schutt, and they would keep each other in stitches for the entire time (the Schutts, Mendon & Clarissa, built their home on a bluff on the northeast side and overlooking Lake of the Isles in 1897 and had two daughters, Harriet and Elizabeth, neither of whom married; Betty died 4/10/99 at age 96). Parents: Solon Constantine White and Amanda Clayanna "Annie" Armstrong.
He was married to Beulah S. Fuller on 22 Jan 1944 in Minneapolis MN.
Sophia White(2) was born on 22 Jul 1819 in Sweden NY. She died on 13 Dec 1907 in Milwaukee. Parents: Simeon White Jr and Lydia Colburn.