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James Fletcher White
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Birth: Feb. 15, 1823
Mount Sterling
Montgomery County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Dec. 5, 1910
Bates County
Missouri, USA

Oldest son of Martin and Kiturah Ann (Fletcher) White. At the age of 6 he moved with his parents to Sangamon County, Illinois where he grew to adulthood and married Ailcy Caroline Foster on January 17, 1844.

James was a farmer in Illinois and Missouri and also help run the saw mill. He moved his family to Kansas with the rest of Martin White's family, then to Bates County, Missouri. 
Family links: 
  Martin White (1803 - 1862)
  Kiturah Ann Fletcher White (1805 - 1867)
  Ailcy Caroline Foster White (1826 - 1869)
  Sarah J. White (1844 - 1879)*
  Nancy White (1845 - 1869)*
  Guilford T. White (1847 - 1865)*
  Mary Elizabeth White Donovan (1848 - 1936)*
  Kiturah Ann White (1851 - 1858)*
  Martin Samuel White (1855 - 1939)*
  James Fletcher White (1823 - 1910)
  John Wesley White (1825 - 1878)*
  Griffin White (1827 - 1867)*
  William George White (1830 - 1852)*
  Guilford White (1833 - 1846)*
  Robert White (1838 - 1853)*
  Rhoda Jane White Whitehead (1838 - 1865)*
  Martha Custis White Slayback (1841 - 1906)*
  Sarah Dulcinea White (1843 - 1843)*
  Louisa Vashti White Scott (1845 - 1865)*
  Jilson Gallatin White (1847 - 1934)*
*Calculated relationship
White Cemetery
Bates County
Missouri, USA
Created by: Terrill White
Record added: Jul 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93327692
James Fletcher White
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James Fletcher White
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James Fletcher White
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 Added: Feb. 11, 2017
In 1855, one cow jumped off the heavily laden ferry mid-river and swam the rest of the way across the Mississippi River and James named her "Old Luck" for her fortune in making it. The White family were emigrating to the Kansas territory from Illinois.
- Dolores J. Rush
 Added: Jan. 15, 2017

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