White, John

Birth Name White, John
Gender male
Age at Death unknown


Event Date Place Description Sources

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Death before 1790      


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father White, Robert Srbetween 1680 and 1710
    Sister     White, Mary about 1733
    Brother     White, Robert Jr 1736/1737 1803
    Sister     White, daughter
         White, John before 1790
    Brother     White, Samuel 1786


Family of White, John and (White), Agnes

Married Wife (White), Agnes ( * + 1793 )
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage 1760 Craven, NC    

Faye Reynolds found an Agnes who married John White (son of Robert White) in 1760 Craven Co, NC. Only record is a land deed in 1764 where John and Agnes White sell the land his father, Robert White, deeded to him in Craven Co, NC. This John White died bef 1790 (location unknown) and Agnes is on the 1790 Craven Co, NC census. She is shown with 1 male under 16, and 4 females, being herself and daughters Fanny, Elizabeth and Nancy. Son, Vincent is listed a few houses down from her and her daughter, Ferebe was already married to Samuel Deloach. Agnes "Aggie" White died in 1793 according to her estate papers. In her papers, she named her children as Ferebe, wife of Samuel Deloach, Fanny, Nancy, Elizabeth, Vincent and Robert (youngest son).
=> In 1803-04 Depositions for the estate were taken relating to the age of Elizabeth. Nancy is referred to as "Nancy, wife of James Taylor".

However, this account doesn't explain Nancy White being born in PA - perhaps they moved during the Revolution? Faye Reynolds speculates, "One thing that might should be considered is that John White, like Robert White in Dobbs/Lenoir Co may have been quite prominent and went to PA during the Revolution. Robert White of Dobbs/Lenoir Co's son, William, was the 2nd NC Sec of State. His sons were connected by marriage to Gov Caswell's family. "

From Lanita Sconce Smith:
" marriage witnesses were Elisha Beasley Bondsman and (w) S. Chapman, c.c. (clerk of court?) and the Bond no. is 000029938. Found the bond number in "Index to Marriage Bonds" Brides List in Salt Lake City 6330282.

"Craven County Deed Book 29, p. 493; 12 May 1792 James Taylor sold land to David White, for 20 pounds on South side of Neuse River, West side of Core Creek, it being part of a large tract granted to Jeremiah Slade. Beginning at the creek run, with courses of the patent near the lands now in the posession of the James Taylor, then North East to the Creek run, up the creek to the beginning. Wit: John Beasley and Samuel White."
=> probably, Samuel White and David White are related to Nancy White. Samuel White and several other White's are neighbors of the James Taylor's in Craven, NC 1800 Census. Faye Reynolds notes that David White , who married Abia ["Bier" in a land deed] Bratcher, is son of Samuel White, who died 1786.

Further research by Faye Reynolds -
David is son of Samuel White who is son of Robert White, Sr.

Name Birth Date Death Date
White, Fanny or Frances
White, Ferebebetween 1761 and 17651845
White, Vincent1767after 1851-07-00
White, Elizabethbetween 1774 and 1775
White, Robert IIIbetween 1775 and 1790
White, Nancyabout 1777before 1840