Robert WHITE born 4/29/1599 Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Scotland

Spouse: Elspeth PATTERSON born 1603 married 4/24/1625

Children: John born 2/10/1637 Clackmannan


John WHITE born 2/10/1637 Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Scotland

Spouse: Janet Catherine SWORD born 1641 Clackmannan married 1662

Children: John born 1/14/1665 Clackmannan


John WHITE born 1/14/1665 Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Scotland

Spouse: Janet DODDS born 1664 married 1680

Children: Children: John born 6/6/1685 Clackmannan; Anna born 1698 died 1736 (see family 2 below); Robert born Alloa ch. 1/28/1688 married Catherine Short 1714; William ch. 12/10/1681; Janet christened 3/17/1683


John WHITE born 3/17/1672 Glasglow Scotland, moved to Ireland 1723, settled in Lunenburg 1734,  died 4/27/1739 age 68 Lunenburg Worcester Co. MA,

Spouse: Elizabeth / Bessie STEPHENSON born 1687 Makery Monechen Ireland, married 8/27/1706, died 3/13/1753 age 66 Lunenburg

Children: Elizabeth; John married Molly Wallis 1747, removed to Petersborough NH circa 1760; Patrick born in ireland 1710 m Jane White 1741, "man of education & possessed some wealth", studied for priesthood, renounced the doctrine & fled the country (d Elizabeth married Gilchrist); Mary married Wlm Grimes 1740


Elizabeth WHITE born before 1725 Makery, Monechen Co., Ireland

Spouse: William LAMB born 1714 Baile Atha Cliath, Dublin Co., Ireland, 1754  lived in Falmouth ME; died Cumberland Co. ME

Children: John born 1740 Westbrook ME; William; Richard

Family 2

Anna WHITE born 4/28/1698 Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Ireland, married 1713, died before 1736 Baile Atha Cliath, Dublin Co., Ireland

Spouse:  Richard LAMB born 1696 Coombe, Dublin Co., Ireland, died 8/12/1736 Atlantic Ocean on way to America

Children: had total of 8 children; William born 1714; Agnes married John Spear; Anna born the Coombe, Dublin, Ireland, 1722, died in Westfield 4/29/1758 in 37th year of age - on tombstone Old Mechanics Streedt Cemetery, Westfield.

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Province Mass Bay. To all People unto whom this Present Deed of Sale White shall or may come Thomas White of St Georges River in the County of York & Province aforesd Waldo Farmer sendeth Greeting. Know Ye that I the sd Thomas White for and in Consideration of the Sum of Two hundred fitly nine Pounds 12 Shillings to me in Hand paid before and at the ensealing and delivery of these Presents by Samuel Waldo of Boston in the County of Suffolk and Province aforesaid Merchant the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and thereof & of every Part & Parcel thereof do fully clearly & absolutely acquit exonerate & forever discharge him the said Samuel Waldo his Heirs Execrs or adminrs Have given granted bargained released & confirmed enfeol fed aliened set over & sold as by these Presents I do give grant release confirm enfeoffe aliene set over bargain & sell unto the said Samuel Waldo his Heirs and Assigns all that Parcel & Parcels of Laud lying & being on the Western Side of the River Commonly called and known by the Name of S Georges River in the Eastern Part of this Province aforesaid Containing Two hundred acres being Butted & Bounded viz Beginning at a marked Tree below the Block House & running down said River Sixty Rods to another marked Tree and from sd marked Trees to Run Sixty Rod Wide by mark Trees a West North West Course till two hundred acres be Compleated and made up said Tract being the Lots laid out N 23 & 24 and lies between a Lot & Richard Lambs and a Lot of Edward Lambs on The aforesaid River in the County of York aforesaid and all & Singular the Woods & Under Woods Waters Fishings Rent Reversion & Reversions Remainder & Remainders thereof &all the Estate Right Title Interest Inheritance Claim & Do uiauds whatsoever of him the said Thomas White of in and to the same To have and to hold the said Two hundred acres of Land & Premisses herein before granted with all & Singular the Appurces thereunto belonging or in any wise Appertaining to him the said Samuel Waldo his Heirs and Assigns to the sole only & proper Use & Behoof of him the said Samuel Waldo his Heirs & Assigns forever in a free & absolute Right thereof and of all & every Part & Parcel thereof to Dispose of as of his or their own proper Goods & Chattels without any Incumbrance 132 Let or Hindrance Trouble or Molestation whoever from him the sd Thomas White his Heirs & Assigns and he the said Thomas White doth covenant promise grant & agree to & with the said Samuel Waldo his Heirs & Assigns that he the said Thomas White being the only Sure & lawful Owner of all & Singular the bargained Premisses & of every Part & Parcel thereof hath in himself full Power good Right & lawful authority thereof & of every Part & Parcel thereof to Dispose give grant release confirm enfeoffe aliene set over bargain and sell which he Doth by these Presents freely clearly & absolutely without any manner of Constraints former Burgains Engagm Gifts or Grants excepting the valuable Considerations aforesd Disposes of gives grants releases confirms enfeoffes alienes sets over bargains & sells unto the said Saml Waldo his Heirs & Assigns forever Covenanting & hereby Promising for him self his Heirs unto the said Saml Waldo his Heirs & Assigns the aforementioned Premisses with all & Singular their Appurces from henceforth now & forever hereafter shall & will Defend make sure & confirm unto the said Saml Waldo his Heirs & Assigns from all & every or any Claims Pretences or Demands to the Premisses or any Part thereof by any Person or Persons whatsoever from by or under him the said Thomas White his Heirs or Assigns Provided always nevertheless that in Case the aforementioned Thomas White shall on or before the fourteenth Day of December which will be in the Year of Lord Christ One Thousand Seven hundred & thirty Eight well & truly Pay to the aforementioned Sam Waldo his Heirs & Assigns the full & Just Sum of Two Hundred Fifty Nine Pounds 12 Shillings in currant lawful Money of the Province aforesaid or Passable Bills of Publick Credit on said Province Together with lawful Interest thereon then this Deed & the Estate hereby granted shall Cease Determine & becom Null & void In Witness whereof he the said Thomas White hath set to his Hand & Affixed his Seal at Georges afores the fourteenth Day of Decr in the Tenth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second of great Britain France & Ireland King Defender of the Faith Annoq Domini 1736 and the further Hannah White the Wife of the said Tho White hereby Surrenders her Right of Dower & Power of Thirds of in & to the Premisses Thomas White  Hannah White Seal. Signed Sealed & Delivered in Presence of us, the The Word England in the Second Line of this Side being first erased in the first Side in the Sixth Line read Two hundred fifty nine Pounds twelve Shillings in the Second Side one half the twenty third Line the whole of the Twenty fourth Line & the three first Words of the Twenty fifth were erased Samuel Lamb Edward Lamb Yorks Georges Decr 15 1736 Personally appeared before me the Subscriber one of his Majesties Justices of y Peace Thomas White & acknowledged this Instrum to be his voluntary Act & Deed Cor John Gyles Jus Peace. A true Copy of the Origl Received Decr 30 1736 Attest Jer Moulton Regr 328 BOOK XVIII FOL 132 .

THOMAS WHITE admitted to the church at Charlestown March 22 1668 married Nov 17 1663 Mary the daughter of William Frothingham who came from Yorkshire Eng in 1630 died Sept 30 1716 in 80th yr g.s.so he was born about 1636. Children Thomas b Oct 15 1664 m Sarah Rand, William b Sept 12 1667 mn Mercy, Samuel b Oct 24 1669 m Anne, Elizabeth b Feb 28 1671 m Joseph Sweetser.

 History of the town of Peterborough, Hillsborough county, New Hampshire: John White This is another branch of the White family. John White was the brother of Patrick White and son of John and Elizabeth White of Lunenburg where he was b. We do not know the exact date of his emigration to Peterborough but before 1762 when Jeremiah Gridley and John Hill deeded to John White a lot of land two hundred and sixty eight acres May 5 1762. We find that he was tithing man in 1763 and 1776, selectman 1764 73, and on the Committee of Safety 77- 79. He began the White place so called now in possession of Nathaniel PI Morison Esq as a summer residence. He m Dec 9 1747 Molly Wallace b April 3 1724 dau William and Elizabeth Wallace of Lunenburg. She d May 14 1800 ae 78 yrs. He d Feb 24 1796 ae 77 yrs.

Proceedings of the Fitchburg Historical Society and papers ...: Lunenburg South Burial Ground. Here lies ye body of Mrs Elizabeth White the wife of Mr John White who was born in Makery in ye countie of Monechen in Ireland departed this life March ye 13th 1753 in ye 66th year of her age. Here lies body of Mr John White was born in ye city of Glasgow in Scotland March ye 17 AD 1672 removed from Scotland to Ireland AD 1723 departed this life April 27 AD 1739 in ye 68th year of his age.

Petition for the Protection of Township # 4: [Indians] Lunenburg - John White; Patrick White;

 Records of Littleton, Massachusetts: John White of Glasglow Scotland settled in Lunenburg MA 1734.

Find a Grave: Spouse: Elizabeth White (1687 - 1753) Inscription:  Here lies ye body of Mr. John White who was born in ye city of Glasgow, countie of Clidsdail, Scotland March ye 17th AD 1672 Removed from Scotland to Irland 1723 Departed this life April ye 27th AD 1739 in ye 68th year of life

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