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Massachusetts Town Birth Records about Asa White   Name: 

Asa White 

Birth Date: 

2 Sep 1771 

Birth Place: 


Father's First Name:  John  Mother's First Name: Sarah of Medway Precinct Gender: 



Vital Records of Rutland 

From  Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639‐1915 for John White  name: John White gender: Male baptism/christening date:  baptism/christening place:  birth date: 23  Sep 1742 birthplace: LEOMINSTER,WORCESTER,MASSACHUSETTS death date:  name note:  race:   father's name: Josiah White father's birthplace:  father's age:  mother's name: Deborah mother's  birthplace:  mother's age:  indexing project (batch) number: C50096‐1 system origin: Massachusetts‐ ODM source film number: 874029 reference number:     

From Vermont, Vital Records, 1760-1954 for Benjamin Howe Name: Benjamin Howe Event: Death Event Date: 06 Jul 1817 Event Place: Townshend, , Vermont, United States Gender: Age: 75 Estimated Birth Year: 1742 Father: Mother: Spouse: Spouse's Father: Spouse's Mother: Film Number: 0027589 Digital Folder Number: 004666993 Image Number: 01965 Web: Vermont, Find A Grave Index, 1777‐2011 about Benjamin Howe   Name: 

Benjamin Howe 

Birth Date:  15 Mar 1743  Age at Death:74  Death Date:  1 Jul 1817  Burial Place:  Townshend, Windham County, Vermont, USA  

From Find A Grave Birth: Jan. 3, 1714 Lancaster Worcester County Massachusetts, USADeath: Sep. 1, 1806 Rockingham Windham County Vermont, USA ___________________________________________________ His first wife was Deborah House White, married at Lancaster,MA on Jan 14,1738/9. His second wife was Elizabeth Stowell Pulsipher White, married Sep 16,1779 at Rockingham,VT. He was the son of Josiah White Jr and Abigail Whitcomb White. Children(by first marriage): Deborah White Carter, Josiah White IV, John White, Samuel White, Benjamin White, Elizabeth White Swan, Susannah White Prouty, Abijah White, Ruth White Knopleigh, Asa White, Luke White, Abel White, Phineas White, Paul White, and Relief White Reed.

Family links: Parents: Josiah White (1682 - 1772) Abigail Whitcomb White (1688 - 1771) Children: Deborah White Carter (1739 - 1810)* Luke White (1757 - 1837)* Phineas White (1763 - 1841)* Paul White (1765 - 1860)* Spouses: Deborah House White (1722 - 1768) Elizabeth Stowell Pulsipher White (1720 - 1786) *Point here for explanation

Burial: Rockingham Meeting House Cemetery Rockingham Windham County Vermont, USA Created by: Kevin Avery

Record added: Oct 12, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 30519928

A tombstone in the old burying ground at Rockingham, a few feet from the  northwest corner of the Old Meeting house, bears a unique epitaph, the record  contained being probably unequalled by any family in New England, if not in the  United States. It shows a line of achievement of one of the very earliest settlers in  the town, but it was not all he accomplished in life by any means.    The epitaph reads as follows: "JOSIAH WHITE    "In Memory of Mr. Josiah White, who died Sept. 1, 1806,  in the 96th year of his age.    " The descendants of Josiah White at his death. Children 15, Grandchildren 160,  Great‐Grandchildren 211. Children deceased 2, Grand‐Children deceased 26, Great‐ grandchildren deceased 35".    Mr. White was born at Lancaster, Mass., January 3, 1714, and he built the first mill in  that part of Lancaster, which was later set off to Leominster. He later lived for a time  at Charlestown, N. H., and probably removed to Rockingham about 1773, as he, in  that year, purchased real estate in town and took the oath of allegiance to the new  government in 1777. He was of the little band from Rockingham that marched to  Manchester the same year. His name frequently appears upon the town records as  taking an active part in public matters of his time. His home farm was in the north  part of the town, the same recently owned and occupied by Chester B. Hadwin. A  part of the original house is now used as a corn barn in the rear of the brick building  that was erected by Mr. White's son, Phineus.    Mr. White enjoys the distinction of being probably the progenitor of a greater  number of people than any other man resident here during the history of this town,  and an excellent genealogy of the "descendants of John White 1638‐1900," written  by the late Miss Myra L. White of Haverhill, Mass., records his descendants to the  number of 2,663 up to about 25 years ago. The number must have materially  increased since. Her compilation of the descendants of the emigrant John, three 

generations further back, showed the unusually prolific qualities of the family to a  grand total of 19,629 up to that date, and there has since been a third volume  added.    Mr. White was prominent in the First Church of Rockingham, and one of his  descendants, a few years ago, placed a beautiful tablet on the square "pigpen" pew,  which was occupied many years by him and members of his family.s 

From Genealogy of the Descendents of John White of Wenham and Lancaster. He lived upon the homestead in Lancaster, where he was an influential citizen, being tithing-man in 1718, and between 1725 and 1743 he was moderator six years, treasurer one year, representative to the General Court three years, and selectman five years, being one of the first seven. He was deacon of the first church from Jan. 30, 1729, 'till his death May 5, 1772, ag'd nearly 92 years. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560‐1900 about Josiah White   Name: 

Josiah White 



Birth Place: 


Birth Year: 


Spouse Name: 

Abigail Whitcomb

Spouse Birth Place: 


Spouse Birth Year:1687  Marriage  Year: 


Marriage State:  MA   

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