|Death: ||Jul. 22, 1855|
South Carolina, USA
George White (1779-1814) was about twenty-one and Nancy Waller was about eighteen when they married in 1800.
The 1800 census revealed George owned five slaves and they were living in Abbeville County, South Carolina. Household members: George (16-25) and Nancy (16-25).
The 1810 census revealed George owned nine slaves. Household members: George and one male (26-44), Nancy (26-44), Abijah and William (under 10), one male (16-25), Agnes and Mary (under 10).
Abijah White (b.1800 d.1860)
William White (1801)
Agnes White (1803-1883)
John White (1806-1882)
Mary Ann White (1807)
Leonard J. White (1811-1850)
Richard Moore White (1812-1880)
They had been married about fourteen years and their son, Richard was about two years old when George died in 1814 in Abbeville County, South Carolina.
Nancy married James Coleman about 1817.
Their known children:
Milton W. Coleman (1818-1885)
Thomas Lipscomb Coleman (1820-1888)
They had been married about twelve years and their son, Thomas was about nine years old when James died in 1829.
The 1830 census revealed Nancy owned twenty-five slaves. Household members: Nancy (40-49), Thomas (5-9), Milton (10-14), Richard and Leonard (15-19) five males (20-29) and one female (20-29).
Nancy lived to about age 73.
Abijah White (1800 - ____)*
Agnes Waller White Reynolds (1803 - 1883)*
John White (1806 - 1882)*
Leonard J. White (1811 - 1850)*
Created by: Susan Pantelias
Record added: Oct 25, 2012
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