|Birth: ||May, 1839|
|Death: ||Mar. 29, 1867|
Daughter of Horace White (1810-1843) and Elizabeth McClary Moor (1808-1901)
In 1836 her father, Horace White, M.D., of Bethlehem, NH, was chosen by the New Hampshire Emigrating Co., to go West and locate a tract of land for the company. In February, 1837, he arrived at Beloit, WI, where he purchased a large tract of land. The town was organized Feb. 17, 1842. Joseph Colley and John P. Houston were chosen supervisors, Samuel G. Colley, agent of highways, Dr. Jesse Moor, school commissioner, and Richard Dole, fence viewer, all formerly of Bedford. In 1839 Mr. White was elected the first judge of probate for Rock County, WI. He died at Beloit, Dec 23, 1843.
-Source: "History of Bedford, New Hampshire, from 1737"
She was the sister of Horace White, Jr., "(August 10, 1834 – September 16, 1916), a United States journalist and financial expert, noted for his connection with the Chicago Tribune, the New York Evening Post and The Nation."
Horace White (1810 - 1843)
Elizabeth McClary Moor White Hinman (1808 - 1901)
George Wheelwright Hale (1838 - 1914)
Horace White (1834 - 1916)*
James Adams White (1837 - 1867)*
Mary Elizabeth White Hale (1839 - 1867)
Clara Woodbury White Sims (1842 - 1898)*
Lucy Maria Hinman (1846 - 1862)**
Frances Moore Hinman Osbiston (1849 - 1938)**
Plot: Section OP-E, Block 8, lot 1
Created by: THStew
Record added: Oct 08, 2011
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