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Ancestry and descendants of John French White and his wife Martha Cowles White : including many old Mathews and York County family names, also some from other areas : this book covers a period of about three hundred years

a Virginia genealogy by Robert Ellerson White
White, Robert Ellerson (Main Author)
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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990
on 1 microfilm reel : ill., map, ports. ; 16 mm.

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Microfilm of original published: [Virginia? : R.E. White?, 1988?] (Grafton, Va. : John-Henry Printing Co.). iii, 72 p.

References: p. ii.

John French White was born in 1834 in Virginia to John Arthur White and Martha Washington James. In 1858 he married Martha Cowles Davis who was the daughter of Edward Davis, Jr. and Amelia Frances Hudgins. Allied names were Davis, Allman, Hunley, Bayse, James, Foster, Hudgins and others. Descendants lived in Virginia, Illinois, Pennsylvania, California, and elsewhere.

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