JAMES WHITE (about 1760 - 1841)

FAMILY HISTORY

 

Researched by Louise Maxine Varisco

 

INTRODUCTION

Most of the information about the first three generations of the White Family came from the Family History of James White and Fannie Pittinger and Their Descendants. The Acorn Printery, Painesville, Ohio, 1932. I have footnoted the other sources I used. I have tried to record all information correctly. If you find any errors, please let me know. If you are interested in all the families that descended from the first three generations, you will need to consult that book as I did not include all the descendants of the children of James White, Sr. and James White, Jr. I have a copy of the book and there is also a copy in the Ohioana Room at the Warren Public Library in Warren, Ohio.

Not much is known about the White family in Ireland. When the family history was written in 1932 it was noted that there were no former records available. Much of it was information that was handed down in the family&emdash;especially by Eleanor Farrell White, whose husband, William, was a son of James White, Sr. I have not attempted to research the White family in Ireland. It is stated in the family history that James White, Sr. was born of Scotch-Irish parentage of Presbyterian faith, and was educated for the Presbyterian ministry. The majority of Irish immigrants from 1780 to 1820 were tradespeople, artisans, teachers or professionals. James White may have fallen into this classification as he was educated for the Presbyterian ministry. He came before the Potato Famine which didn't strike until 1845 when an obscure fungus migrated to Ireland and caused an almost complete failure of the potato crop which led to the largest famine in Irish history. Potatoes were consumed at almost every meal by the poor.

There is an index of names at the end. The number refers to the number preceding the name.

I would like to hear from any descendants of James White. I can be contacted at: sihoyt36@gmail.com


First Generation


1. James WHITE. Born abt 1760 in northern part of, Ireland. James died in Youngstown Tsp, Mahoning, OH, US on 7 Sep 1841-Oct 1841; he was 81.1 Buried in Austintown, Mahoning, OH, US (probably Four Mile Run Cem}.

James married Fannie PITTINGER. Born in , , NJ, US.

They had the following children:

2 i. John (1785-1859)

3 ii. William (1787-1858)

4 iii. James (1791-1862)

5 iv. Jane

The following is taken from Family History of James White and Fannie Pittinger The Acorn Printery Painesville, OH 1932.

Pages 7 and 8:

In the northern part of Ireland, about the year 1760, James White saw the light of day. He was born of Scotch-Irish parentage of Presbyterian faith, and was educated for the Presbyterian ministry, but apparently did not follow his profession to any considerable extent.

While a young man, eighteen years of age, he left his home in Ireland to sail for America to make his future home.

In those days no water for drinking purposes was obtainable on the boats on Sunday. Passengers were compelled to purchase wines and liquors to quench their thirst. Among the passengers on this boat was the father of two little girls whose tearful appeals for water to drink caused him to make repeated attempts to obtain water. At last, in desperation he appealed to the Captain of the boat who staunchly refused to furnish them even one drink. When all attempts had failed and the father was facing the Captain at the door leading to the water supply, he told the captain that he had made his last appeal and now he would have either water or blood. Even this threat failed, and he stabbed the captain to death.

They did not bury the captain at sea at once, but were compelled to soon after, because sharks were following the boat and endangering the lives of all on board.

After the captain's death the first mate took command of the boat, and they became lost at sea. After fourteen weeks of aimless wandering the food and water supply was nearly exhausted. Those on board were preparing to draw lots to see who should be slaughtered for food to prolong the lives of the others, when the lookout sighted another vessel where they obtained food and water. The boat finally landed at Jamestown, Va. Later James White met and married Fannie Pittinger, a native of New Jersey.

Later they moved to Trumbull County, Ohio to a farm southwest from Niles where they reared a family of three boys and a girl, viz; John, William, James, and Jane.

He served as a private in Lt. Caleb Baldwin's Co. of Infantry under the command of Joseph Porter, Ensign in Regiment of Ohio Militia commanded by William Ryen in the War of 1812. His services beginning August 25, 1812; was attached Sept. 17, 1812 to Capt. Warren Bissel's Co. of Infantry, same regiment, and was discharged Nov. 30, 1812.

He was nearly ninety years of age when he died. When eighty-four years old he rode horseback from his home to the home of his son, William, near Sheakleyville, Pa., a distance of about fifty-two miles, in one day. He could mount a horse as supple as a much younger man. From this we infer that he was a well preserved man for his age. {(Note by LV) The James White Family History states James was born about 1860 and was nearly ninety years of age when he died; however James White wrote his will 7 September 1841 and it was probated in October 1841. That would make him about 81 years old when he died.}


The following article is from a paper dated February 3, 1929, found in a file at the Warren Public Library, Warren, OH. This is the area where the old brick White Home stood for so many years.

Ohltown Prepares for D. Jones' Locker

Pioneer Residents Grieve to Make Way for Dam That Supplies the City Water

Lore of Old Village Recalled As Folks Make Town Ready for Underwater Sleep

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By George R. Reiss

Youngstown must drink!

So families in 85 square miles of Mahoning County are packing their belongings and abandoning their homes to the flood that will soon fill the big Meander reservoir that will supply Youngstown and Niles with water.

Ohltown--that picturesque little Western Reserve village so rich in early Ohio history--has only a few more weeks to live. Then its 113 years of history will become but a memory and will be forgotten.

Leave in April

Many of Ohltown's buildings and old residents are already gone. Others of the homes are housing the 100 workmen who are clearing away the trees and brush and homes which occupy the site of the new reservoir.

Soon nothing but open land will remain to mark the site of the historic village.

The last families are expected to leave Ohltown in April but work of clearing out the entire basin will not be completed until next Christmas according to A. I. King, superintendent of the B. F. Jones Construction Co., in charge of "grubbing" the basin.

Bill and Dogs Go

To King the passing of Ohltown and the Meander Creek "bottoms" is just another one of many "grubbing" jobs--with the end of the job a move to a new location.

But to Ohltown and to William F. Schrader, 70-year-old Indian Fighter and hermit of the Meander Basin, it means giving up homes occupied for years.

"Old Bill" Schrader will give up the farm he occupied for 37 years and the fishing and hunting grounds where he spent all those years, for "Old Bill" has left the basin only twice in 31 years. And his two half-wild dogs, "Old Brownie" and "Peter White" will go with him.

The Meander Basin is filled with trees which must come down before the water begins to back up behind the new dam. But to Supt. King, the trees are merely twigs, for he is from the "big tree" country of the Pacific Coast where trees are trees and grow big enough to cut roads through.

But even King hates to see the fine trees of the basin come down.

The Meander Basin and Ohltown are rich in early Western Reserve history. Michael Ohl after whom Ohltown was named, built one of the first homes in the Meander Basin in 1816 and brought his wife and six children to Ohltown to live.

Life As a Pioneer

Then he started work on building his old grist mill and became the Meander Creek Basin's first manufacturer.

Life was primitive in the Mahoning Valley in those days. Youngstown was a tiny village, while Niles and Girard were on an equal footing with Ohltown.

Ohltown got an important place in the early days of the 19th century when the plank road between Wellsville, on the Ohio River, and Warren--county seat of the Western Reserve--was built. The plank road was extended from Warren to Ashtabula and Cleveland.

Once Stage Stop

Stage coaches loaded with passengers, mail, and freight rumbled over the old plank road to Ohltown three times a week--the same Ohltown over which the Cleveland-Youngstown-Pittsburgh air mail planes, loaded with passengers, mail, and freight, roared twice daily in 1929.

Ohlown became an important stop on the stage coach line and the stages made "rest" stops at the inn which Michael Ohl established. Ohl was appointed toll collector on the plank road and each vehicle that passed Ohltown had to pay a toll of five cents.

Ohl's grist mill finally became too small to fill the needs of the settlers and he tore it down and erected a new mill, which later burned down. In 1843, he built another mill which was later sold to Campbell & Porter. The old mill later was operated by S. J. _____ & Co., Jeremiah Oliver, Charley Ohl, Bill and Tom Flick, John Dunlap, and E. G. Hood.

Michael Ohl also established a carriage factory and a cooper's shop where he made whisky kegs, port, cider, and flour barrels. Between 18 and 29 men were required to operate the barrel works and the entire output was consumed in the Meander valley.

Ohl and his sons also made the whiskey to fill the barrels his cooper shop turned out.

A Loafer's Joke

Ohl built a saw mill north of the grist mill and here again used the water of the Meander Creek. Then he built an oil mill to crush flax seed and grains for the oil they contained but this venture was short-lived.

Besides Ohl's inn, the village had two other taverns in its history.

Nathan Dillen operated an inn during the Civil War period and the McAllister Hotel was operated for a time during the 60's.

During the Civil War Jonathan Lodwick and Billy Riggle, a Methodist Sunday School superintendent, operated blacksmith shops in Ohltown.

A practical joke on Riggle is still being told in Ohltown. One day when Riggle had his back turned, one of the loafers in the shop took a hot iron from the fire and turned it end for end. Riggle turned suddenly from his task and grabbed the iron. Riggle was a Sunday School superintendent. {Note by LV: I think something is missing in this paragraph, but this is how it appeared in the paper.}

But Ohltown had fallen out of glory in recent years. Her mills and inns left, one by one. Michael Ohl died.

Soon Ohltown will be no more. Water 20 feet deep will muse over the spot.


Most information for the First Generation is from the Family History of James White and Fannie Pittinger and Their Descendants. Information from other sources is footnoted.

Second Generation


2. John WHITE. Born on 26 Mar 1785 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. John died on 12 Oct 1859; he was 74. Buried in Austintown Tp, Mahoning, OH, US (Four Mile Run Cem).

On 17 Apr 1817 when John was 32, he married Elizabeth DENEEN, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2

3. William WHITE. Born in 1787 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. William died on 5 May 1858; he was 71. Buried in Sheakelyville, PA, US (Sheakleyville Cem).

On 19 Dec 1811 when William was 24, he married Eleanor FARRELL, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2 Born in 1794. Eleanor died on 29 Jan 1881; she was 87.

4. James WHITE. Born on 19 Jul 1791 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. James died on 25 Mar 1862; he was 70.3 Buried in Austintown, Mahoning, OH, US (Four Mile Run Cem).

James White (1791-1862) served in the War of 1812.

On 11 Feb 1813 when James was 21, he married Elizabeth (Betsy) IRWIN, daughter of Christopher IRWIN & Mary FOULK, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2 Elizabeth (Betsy) was born abt 1796 in , , VA, US. She died aft 1870.

They had the following children:

6 i. Frances (1813-1873)

7 ii. Mary (1815-1888)

8 iii. John (1817-1895)

9 iv. William (1819-1863)

10 v. James (1821-1865)

11 vi. Robert (1823-1880)

12 vii. Andrew (1824-1908)

13 viii. Margaret J (1826-1848)

14 ix. Elizabeth Ann (1828-1906)

15 x. Eseneth (1830-1848)

16 xi. Joseph (1831-1905)

17 xii. Thomas A (1833-1898)

18 xiii. Jacob (1835-1918)

19 xiv. Christopher (1837-1912)

The following is taken from Family History of James White and Fannie Pittinger The Acorn Printery, Painesville, OH 1932.

pages 60-61:

In the early days, wolves, bears, deer and other game were plentiful in those regions. James White would leave his family and take maple sugar, salt (which had been evaporated from the springs nearby) and other products to market at Pittsburg. This was a journey of several weeks. While he was gone his wife would boil the sap in kettles over an open fire in the log cabin. She would fasten the baby to her back. The wolves, attracted by the fire would enter the cabin, and when she thought, by the baby's cry, that they were getting too close she would throw a gourd of boiling sap at them to scare them away.

When James White reached a condition of sufficient affluence he built a brick house, burning the brick himself. The house has been razed, and the farm has been inundated to furnish water for Youngstown.

In the War of 1812 the Indians chased his company back to their boats on Lake Erie. As they were running to safety a wounded man begged to be carried on and not have to endure death at the hands of the savages. James White halted while the rest rushed ahead. It was hard traveling through the water and deep grass to the boats, but he picked up the man and hastened on. The load was too heavy for him to go far without resting. He put him down and called to some of his companions to help him, but they were too intent on reaching safety to hear him, so he trudged on and finally reached the boat. His health was never good after this experience.

In after years he was in Pittsburg with a load of poultry, when he noticed a man examining his load. James White recognized him as the man whom he had rescued. He asked him how he lost his leg. The man replied, "By an Indian in the War of 1812". Then James asked him if he remembered being carried through the swamp to the boat. The man remembered. James White said, "I am the man who carried you to the boat." The man walked away without considering it worth his while to say, "I thank you".

In 1840 James White bought 49.94 acres of land in Middlefield township, near where the Mormons settled, called Nauvoo, and he sold it to his son William on Sept. 5, 1840 for the consideration of $100. On Feb. 5, 1841 he bought 54.28 acres for $163, and sold it to his son William for $100 in November, 1843. In 1846 C. L. Whitney deeded to James White of Weathersfield, Trumbull County, Ohio 57.38 acres for $242.25. In June, 1855 Jacob Perkins deeded to James White 165.54 acres for $827.70. In June, 1858 the heirs of Horace Pomeroy deeded to James White 42.77 acres for $546. On March 24, 1854 James White deeded to his son Andrew 97.38 acres for $200. James White, Sr. deeded to his son James 100 acres for $200 on May 20, 1856. John A Rockwell and Mary W. Rockwell deeded to James White 168.44 acres for $200 in Jan., 1861. The records of these deeds are in the Chardon Court House, Geauga Co., Ohio.

These sons were true pioneers and followed in their father's footsteps in clearing the land. Their cattle wandered far in search of grass, and were often found in Windsor, Ashtabula Co., and Bloomfield, Trumbull Co., a distance of ten and twelve miles.

5. Jane WHITE. Born in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. Buried in Youngstown, OH, US (Home Cem).

On 13 Aug 1816 Jane married James KYLE, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2 Born in 1795.4 James died in 1872; he was 77.4


Most information for the Second Generation is from the Family History of James White and Fannie Pittinger and Their Descendants. Information from other sources is footnoted.

Third Generation


6. Frances WHITE. Born on 5 Dec 1813 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. Frances died on 10 Jan 1873; she was 59.

On 6 Sep 1832 when Frances was 18, she married Joseph Richard SHAW, in , Trumbull, OH, US.

Mary White, Sr.

 

7. Mary WHITE. Born in 1815 in , Trumbull, OH, US. Mary died on 15 Sep 1888; she was 73. Buried in Middlefield, Geauga, OH, US (Middlefield Cem).

(Note by LV) The Family History of James White indicates Mary married Smith White in 1835. I have not found a record of this marriage; therefore I have not included him as her husband. It is hard to tell if Mary and Lemuel are living with her parents in 1840 as only the head of the household is listed. In the 1850 census her son, Lemuel, is living with his grandparents, James and Elizabeth White, and Mary is with her husband, Philip Upp. Both Mary and her parents are living in Weathersfield Tp.

Mary had one child:

20 i. Lemuel (1837-1904)

Mary married Philip OPP (UPP).

On 23 May 1858 when Mary was 43, she married Smith HURD, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2

8. John WHITE. Born on 30 Sep 1817 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. John died on 4 Sep 1895; he was 77.

On 15/18 Mar 1841 when John was 23, he married Mary WEISS, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2

9. William WHITE. Born on 24 Sep 1819 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. William died on 17 Jan 1863; he was 43.

On 28 Dec 1846 when William was 27, he married Caroline A COOK, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2

10. James WHITE. Born on 28 May 1821 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. James died in Louisville, , KY, US on 14 Feb 1865; he was 43.

He contracted smallpox while serving in the Civil War and died.

On 25 Mar 1843 when James was 21, he married Rosannah PHILLIPS, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2

11. Robert WHITE. Born on 1 Mar 1823 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. Robert died on 28 Feb 1880; he was 56.

He moved from Trumbull Co. to Harding Co, OH in 1859.

On 2 Apr 1850 when Robert was 27, he married Lorinda HUDSON, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2

12. Andrew WHITE. Born on 14 Oct 1824 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. Andrew died on 29 Jul 1908; he was 83. Buried in Middlefield, Geauga, OH, US (Middlefield Cem).

On 4 April1850 when Andrew was 25, he married Lucinda ROBB, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2 Born in 1832. Lucinda died in 1872; she was 40.

13. Margaret J WHITE. Born on 19 Jul 1826 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. Margaret J died on 1 Jan 1848; she was 21. Buried in Austintown Tp, Mahoning, OH, US (Four Mile Run Cem).

14. Elizabeth Ann WHITE. Born on 29 Apr 1828 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. Elizabeth Ann died on 27 Aug 1906; she was 78.

On 15 Jan 1846 when Elizabeth Ann was 17, she married David OHL, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2

15. Eseneth WHITE. Born on 20 Mar 1830 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. Eseneth died on 31 Oct 1848; she was 18.

16. Joseph WHITE. Born on 25 Sep 1831 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. Joseph died on 7 Jun 1905; he was 73.

On 6 Feb 1856 when Joseph was 24, he married Belinda STITLE, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2

17. Thomas A WHITE. Born on 2 Oct 1833 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US. Thomas A died in Nauvoo, Geauga, OH, US on 27 Dec 1898; he was 65.

On 31 Dec 1856 when Thomas A was 23, he married Julia Ann BRICKER, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2

18. Jacob WHITE. Born on 4 May 1835 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US.5 Jacob died on 21 Mar 1918; he was 82.5 Buried in Weathersfield Tp, Trumbull Co, OH. (Kerr Cemetery).5

He was born in a log house built by his father which stood for many years on Mineral Ridge. He served in the Civil War Co C 19th Oh Reg't and spent almost three years with Gen. W. T. Sherman.

On 20 Aug 1868 when Jacob was 33, he married Sarah Jane PARKER, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2 Born in 1849.5 Sarah Jane died in 1899; she was 50.5

19. Christopher WHITE. Born in 1837 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US.5 Christopher died in 1912; he was 75.5

On 14 May 1877 when Christopher was 40, he married Bridget MALONE, in , Trumbull, OH, US.2


Most information for the Third Generation is from the Family History of James White and Fannie Pittinger and Their Descendants. Information from other sources is footnoted.

Fourth Generation


Lemuel White

20. Lemuel WHITE. Born on 1 Jan 1837 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US.6 Lemuel died in Strongsville, Cuyahoga, OH, US on 17 Dec 1904; he was 67.6,7 Buried in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH, US (Riverside Cem).

Served in Civil War Co H 20 reg't Ohio Inf--1862 Co B 17 reg't Ohio Inf--1864 Co E 196 reg't Ohio Inf--18658

On 30 Aug 1860 when Lemuel was 23, he married Nancy Jane HURD, daughter of Hiram HURD & Sally Ann DONALDSON, in , Trumbull, OH, US.6,2 Born on 1 Apr 1844 in Southington, Trumbull, OH, US.9 Nancy Jane died in 27 Jun 1929, Tiffin Tp, Defiance, OH, US.9

They had the following children:

21 i. Albert (Bert) Eugene (1863-1903)

22 ii. Mary Irene (1866-1923)

23 iii. Hiram (~1868-<1880)

24 iv. Cassius Earl (1872-)

25 v. Lillian Anna (1884-1963)

White Hotel in Wakeman, Ohio (ca. 1890s)

White home


Fifth Generation


21. Albert (Bert) Eugene WHITE. Born on 16 Oct 1863 in , , OH, US.6 Albert (Bert) Eugene died in , , , US in 1903; he was 39.6 {Note by LV: In 1896 he lived in Ladder, KS. Later he moved o Oregon.}

On 22 Feb 1890 when Albert (Bert) Eugene was 26, he married Minnie A MYRTLE, in Wakeman, Huron, OH, US.10 Born in Sep 1869 in , , OH, US.11

They had one child:

26 i. Lemuel Thomas (1890-)

Mary White (Hoyt)

22. Mary Irene WHITE. Born on 25 Aug 1866 in Ohltown, Trumbull, OH, US.6,12 Mary Irene died in Strongsville, Cuyahoga, OH, US on 29 Jun 1923; she was 56.12,13 Buried in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH, US (Riverside Cem).12

On 3 Mar 1887 when Mary Irene was 20, she married William HOYT, son of William HOYT & Harriet A ROBERTS, in Norwalk, Huron, OH, USA.14 Born on 28 Jun 1859 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH, US. 13,15

William died in Strongsville, Cuyahoga, OH, US on 26 Dec 1933; he was 74. 13,15

They had one child:

27 i. Ethelyn Rhea (1891-1976)

23. Hiram WHITE. Born abt 1868 in , , , US.16,17 Hiram died bef 1880; he was 12.16,17

24. Cassius Earl WHITE. Born on 25 Apr 1872 in , , OH, US.6

On 20 Feb 1894 when Cassius Earl was 21, he married Bertha C PETERMAN, daughter of Olaf PETERSON.6 Born in Jul 1872 in , , , SWE.18

They had the following children:

28 i. Hazel Ora (1897-)

29 ii. Mary C (~1895-)

30 iii. Lillian Juanita (1899-)

31 iv. Paulina

32 v. William Walter (-1913)

Lillian White

25. Lillian Anna WHITE. Born on 25 Sep 1884 in Wakeman, Huron Co, OH, US.6 Lillian Anna died in , , FL, US on 22 Nov 1963; she was 79.

On 19 Apr 1908 when Lillian Anna was 23, she married Edward Lairdon KING, son of Elias KING & Mary Schaefer, in , Cuyahoga Co, OH, US.6,19 Born abt 1878 in Lima, OH. Edward Lairdon died a few years before his wife.

They had the following children:

33 i. Mabel Twila (1911-1997)

34 ii. Marcia Helen (1911-1996)

35 iii. Theador Alton

Millinary Shop of Ed and Lillian (White) KingCleveland, Ohio (ca. 1910)

Extreme left, Nancy Jane (Hurd) WhiteExtreme right, Ed KingBehind Ed is Ethelyn (Hoyt) Howard


Sixth Generation


26. Lemuel Thomas WHITE. Born in Oct 1890/91 in , , , US.20

On 3 Aug 1921 when Lemuel Thomas was 30, he married Hazel GALLUP, daughter of Daniel GALLUP & Jane BRATTEN, in Waterloo, , IA, US.20 Born on 11 Sep 1893 in , , IA, US.20 Hazel died in Sheridan, , WY, US on 14 Apr 1982; she was 88.20,21

They had the following children:

36 i. Eugene Wallace

37 ii. Ruth Jane

Ethelyn Hoyt

 

27. Ethelyn Rhea HOYT. Born on 15 Oct 1891 in Wakeman, Huron, OH, US.22 Ethelyn Rhea died in Middleburgh Hts, Cuyahoga, OH, US on 19 Jul 1976; she was 84.22 Buried in Columbia Tp, Lorain, OH, US (Columbia Cem).22

On 18 Feb 1914 when Ethelyn Rhea was 22, she married Dewitt Almon HOWARD, son of George Manley HOWARD & Clarissa Stella PEACHY, in Strongsville, Cuyahoga, OH, US.23 Born on 20 Aug 1885 in Hartland, Huron, OH, US.24 Dewitt Almon died in Berea, Cuyahoga, OH, US on 19 Mar 1957; he was 71.24

Ethelyn Hoyt Howard and Dewitt Howard in Model T

They had the following children:

38 i. Mary (1915-1915)

39 ii. Maxine Jane (1918-1983)

40 iii. Arlene Wanda (1922-1997)

28. Hazel Ora WHITE. Born in Feb 1897 in , , CO, US.18

29. Mary C WHITE. Born abt 13 Dec 1895 in , , KS, US.18

Mary C married Charles BENNER. Born abt 3 Sep 1890.

They had the following children:

41 i. Celia

42 ii. Hazel

43 iii. Alta Mae

30. Lillian Juanita WHITE. Born in Jul 1899 in , , CO, US.18

31. Paulina WHITE.

32. William Walter WHITE. William Walter died in 1913. He drowned.6

33. Mabel Twila KING. Born on 28 Nov 1911 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH, US. Mabel Twila died in Davie, Broward, FL, US on 4 Oct 1997; she was 85. Religion: Christian Science.

34. Marcia Helen KING. Born on 28 Nov 1911 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH, US. Marcia Helen died on 4 Sep 1996; she was 84. Occupation: Stenographer until married. Religion: First Covenant Church.

On 13 Jun 1936 when Marcia Helen was 24, she married James Philip COFFMAN, in , Franklin, PA, US. Born on 17 Mar 1903 in Franklin, , PA, US. James Philip died on 15 Aug 1995; he was 92.

They had the following children:

44 i. Constance Ann

45 ii. James Philip

46 iii. Barbara Joyce


Seventh Generation


36. Eugene Wallace WHITE. Born on 27 Oct 1922 in Denver, , CO, US.20

On 13 Oct 1962 when Eugene Wallace was 39, he married Berry Jo SHELDON.20

37. Ruth Jane WHITE. Born on 29 Jun 1924.20

On 14 Apr 1946 when Ruth Jane was 21, she married George J BARKER.20

They had the following children:

48 i. James

49 ii. Gail Marie

38. Mary HOWARD. Born on 7 May 1915 in Strongsville, Cuyahoga, OH, US. Mary died on 7 May 1915 in Strongsville, Cuyahoga, OH, US. Buried in Liverpool Tp, Medina, OH, US (Beebetown Cem).

39. Maxine Jane HOWARD. Born on 7 Mar 1918 in Strongsville, Cuyahoga, OH, US. Maxine Jane died in Medina, Medina, OH, US on 2 Jun 1983; she was 65. Buried in Columbia Tp, Lorain, OH, US (Columbia Cem). Education: Strongsville H. S., Strongsville, OH in 1936. Religion: Methodist.

On 12 Aug 1940 when Maxine Jane was 22, she married Everett Ernest WISE, in PA, US. Born on 13 Nov 1913 in Liverpool Tp, Medina, OH, US. Everett Ernest died in Medina, Medina, OH, US in Jan 1978; he was 64.

They had one child:

50 i. Everett Ernest

40. Arlene Wanda HOWARD. Born on 28 Feb 1922 in Strongsville, Cuyahoga, OH, US.25 Arlene Wanda died in Middleburg Hts, Cuyahoga, OH, US on 21 Sep 1997; she was 75.25 Buried in Sep 1997 in Liverpool Tp, Lorain, OH, US (Beebetown Cem).25 Occupation: Housewife. Education: Strongsville High School, Strongsville, OH in 1940. Religion: Baptist.

On 10 Aug 1940 when Arlene Wanda was 18, she married Martin Marion VARISCO Jr, son of Mariano VARISCO & Violet Viva HUTCHINS, in Norwalk, Huron, OH, US. B orn on 7 Aug 1917 in York Tp, Medina, OH, US.

They had the following children:

51 i. Louise Maxine

52 ii. Daniel Martin


Sources


1. Will for James White. Will Book 1, pages 1-2, 1841.

2. 100 Years of Trumbull County, Ohio, Marriages 1800-1900. by Trumbull Co Chapter, OGS,

3. Will for James White. Will Book 3, pp 218-219 & Inventory Book 3, pp 489-491, 1862.

4. A Partial History of the Kyle, Kile, Coyle Family in Americanby Orville M. Kile. Privately Published 1958, pp 80-81.

5. Trumbull Co, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions 1800-1930, by Trumbull Co Chapter, OGS. 1983. p 367.

6. Family History of James White and Fannie Pittinger and Their Descendants. The Acorn Printery, Painesville, Ohio, 1932.

7. Berea Enterprise, Berea, OH. 23 Dec. 1904, pp. 3 and 4.

8. Civil War Pension Records from National Archives for Lemuel White.

9. Death Certificate for Nancy J. White. Defiance Co, OH, File No. 40427.

10. Marriage Record for Albert E. White to Minnie Myrtle, Huron Co, OH, Vol 5, p 293

11. Census Record. 1900 U. S. Census; Woodland Park-Precinct 4, Teller Co, CO. ED 123, Fam. #46. (Albert E. White)

12. Death Certificate for Mary (White) Hoyt, Cuyahoga Co, OH, File No. 37116.

13. Holy Bible, New York: American BIble Society, 1862. Presented to William Hoyt From his Father on August 31, 1863.

14. Marriage Record for William Hoyt and Mary White.

15. Death Certificate for William Hoyt, Cuyahoga Co, OH, File No. 67165.

16. Census Record. 1870 U. S. Census; Wakeman Tp, Huron Co, OH. p. 20. (Lemuel White)

17. Census Record. 1880 U. S. Census; Wakeman Tp, Huron Co, OH. ED 158, Fam #27. (Lemuel White)

18. Census Record. 1900 U. S. Census; Woodland Park-Precinct 4, Teller Co, CO. ED 123 Fam. #105. (Cassius E. White)

19. Marriage Record for Lillian A White to Edward L King, Cuyahoga Co., OH, Vol. 69, p 475.

20. Information from Hazel (Gallup) White. Written to Ethelyn Howard, probably in the 1970s.

21. Funeral cards for Hazel (Gallup) White. (Henne Funeral Home & Fairmount Cem.)

22. Death certificate for Ethelyn (Hoyt) Howard, Cuyahoga Co, OH.

23. Marriage Record for Dewitt Howard and Ethelyn Hoyt, Cuyahoga Co., OH, Vol 88, p 274.

24. Death Certificate for Dewitt Howard, Cuyahoga Co, OH.

25. Death Record for Arlene (Howard) Varisco, Cuyahoga Co, OH.


Index

BARKER
George J . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 37
BENNER
Alta Mae . . . . . . . . . . .43
Celia . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Charles . . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 29
Hazel . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
BRICKER
Julia Ann . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 17
COFFMAN
Barbara Joyce . . . . . . . 46
Christine Elisabeth . . . .55
James Philip . . . . . . . . .spouse of 34
COFFMAN, Jr
James Philip . . . . . . . . .45
COOK
Caroline A . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 9
DENEEN
Elizabeth . . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 2
FARRELL
Eleanor . . . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 3
GALLUP
Hazel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 26
HOWARD
Arlene Wanda . . . . . . . 40
Dewitt Almon . . . . . . . .spouse of 27
Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Maxine Jane. . . . . . . . . 39
HOYT
Ethelyn Rhea . . . . . . . . 27
William . . . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 22
HUDSON
Lorinda . . . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 11
HURD
Nancy Jane . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 20
Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 7
IRWIN
Elizabeth (Betsy) . . . . . .spouse of 4
KING
Edward Lairdon . . . . . . .spouse of 25
Mabel Twila . . . . . . . . . 33
Marcia Helen . . . . . . . . 34
Theador Alton . . . . . . . .35
KYLE
James . . . . . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 5
MALONE
Bridget . . . . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 19
MYRTLE
Minnie A . . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 21
OHL
David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 14
PARKER
Sarah Jane . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 18
PETERMAN
Bertha C . . . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 24
PHILLIPS
Rosannah . . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 10
PITTINGER
Fannie . . . . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 1
ROBB

Lucinda . . . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 12

SHAW
Joseph Richard . . . . . . . spouse of 6
SHELDON
Berry Jo . . . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 36
STITLE
Belinda . . . . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 16
UPP
Philip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .spouse of 7
VARISCO
Daniel Martin . . . . . . . . .52
Jihan Daniel . . . . . . . . . .62
Louise Maxine . . . . . . . .51
Martin Marion Jr . . . . . .spouse of 40
WEISS
Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 8
WHITE
Albert (Bert) Eugene . . . 21
Andrew . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Cassius Earl . . . . . . . . . .24
Christopher . . . . . . . . . . 19
Elizabeth Ann . . . . . . . . .14
Eseneth . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Eugene Wallace . . . . . . . 36
Frances . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Hazel Ora . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Hiram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Jacob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
James . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
James . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
James . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Jane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Joseph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Lemuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Lemuel Thomas . . . . . . . 26
Lillian Anna . . . . . . . . . . 25
Lillian Juanita . . . . . . . . .30
Margaret J . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Mary C . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Mary Irene . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Paulina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Robert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Ruth Jane . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Thomas A . . . . . . . . . . . .17
William . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
William . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
William Walter . . . . . . . .32
WISE
Everett Ernest . . . . . . . . . spouse of 39
WOODWORTH
Elaine Jean . . . . . . . . . . . spouse of 35

I would like to hear from any descendants of James White. I can be contacted at: sihoyt36@gmail.com

 

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