Account of the meeting of the desdendants of Colonel Thomas White, of Maryland

held at Sophia"s diary, on the Bush River, Maryland, June 7 1877 ....
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Original data: Account of the meeting of the descendants of Colonel Thomas White, of Maryland, held at Sophia's Dairy, on the Bush River, Maryland, June 7, including papers read on that occasion, together with others then referred to and since prepared.

Philadelphia: unknown, OCLC Number: Notes: Title vignette: coat of arms. Description: pages: folded genealogical table ; 33 cm: Contents: Preliminary statement by William White BronsonColonel Thomas White of Maryland, by William White WiltbankBishop White and his descendants, by J.

Brinton WhiteMary WhiteMrs. Robert Morris, by Charles Henry HartThe English ancestry of Col. Thos. White. Account of the meeting of the descedants of Colonel Thomas White, of Maryland, held at Sophia's dairy, on th Bush River, Maryland, June 7, others then referred to and since prepared Philadelphia: 1st Edition.

"Meeting of the Descendants of Col. Thomas White, at St. George's Church, Spesutiæ, and Sophia's Dairy, near Perrymansville, Harford County, Maryland, on the Occasion of the Reinterment of the Remains of Col.

White and Those of His Wife, June 7, " is an article from The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 1. His remains, together with those of Sophia, his wife, were removed in to Spesutia Church, where they were reinterred in the presence of about sixty of Colonel White's decendants.

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