Jul. 24, 1727 Middletown Middlesex County Connecticut, USA
Jul. 29, 1817 Connecticut, USA
"Hon. Ebenezer White, son of Deacon Joseph White was born in East Middletown, July 24, 1727. He was a farmer there, on his father's homestead, and was highly esteemed for his ability and integrity. He represented the town of Chatham at thirty two sessions of the Legislature, between the years 1769 and 1791, and in the Convention which ratified the Constitutuion of the United States, in 1788. From 1786 to 1796 he was an Associate Judge of the County Court. He suceeded his father as deacon of the First Church in Chatham, April 21, 1768. He died July 29, 1817, ae. 90 (July 27, on the grave-stone: an error.) He married, Sept., 1753, Ruth Welles of East Hartford, dau. of Capt. Samuel Welles,2d, and Esther Ellsworth. She was born Dec. 17, 1727, and died Nov. 23, 1780, ae. 53."
Source: "Memorials of Elder John White, one of the First Settlers of Hartford, Conn., and of his Descendants", by Allyn Stanley Kellogg, published by Case, Lockwood 1860, page 83. bio contribution by history4sure
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