The following data is extracted from The Descendants of Thomas White.
57. RUTH8 b. Sept. 1,1781; d. Jan. 20, 1871; m. Oct. 1801, Charles Chadwick, b. Aug. 1774 lost at sea in the September gale of 1815; mariner.
Six children —
CHARLES7 b. Sept. 1, 1802; lost at sea, Sept. 19, 1846. (See p. 82.)
RUTH HASKELL7 b. Sept. 28, 1805; in. Nov. 1:3, 1836, David, son of
David and Elizabeth (Chin) Flint, b. in Marblehead, Oct. 5,1795, trader.
Two children —
CHARLES HENRY8 b. Nov. 30, 1811; d. at Newbern, Nov.10, 1862.
RUTH ELIZABETH8 b. Feb. 4, 1845.
BENJAMIN7 b. Oct. 6, 1807; d. June 11, 1857; m. Ellen Bowden, Feb. 18,
BENJAMIN8 b. May 23, 1845.
JOHN WHITE7 b. Nov. 8,1809; m. Jane Stanley, Jan. 1834.
Three children —
JANE ELIZABETH8 b. Nov. 23, 1835 d .Aug. 1869.
SARAH ANN8 b. May 1837.
JOHN WHITE8 Rev., b. Oct. 19, 1840; settled minister at Brooklyn, N. Y
JOANNA7 b. March 15, 1812; in. Sydney Herrick, of Beverly, 1811; died.
One child —
SYDNEY B.8 b. July 1842; removed, widow and son, to Iowa.
MARY JANE8 b. March 7, 1814.
PHILIP HASKFLI6 b. Jan. 12, 1784. Resides in Marblehead; master mariner; engaged early in privateer during the war of 1812—15. He was a prize-master on board the ships Alfred and Alexander, both of Salem, and became prize-master of the French corvette “Invincible Napoleon,” of 16 guns, which latter was originally a French government vessel from Bayonne, and after capturing eight prizes was taken by H. N. brig of war Mutine, after a hot contest. A few days after it was fallen in with by the “ Alexander,” when the British prize-crew surrendered without resistance. Mr. White was put in command of her as prize-master, and arrived off Cape Ann, Sunday morning, May 13, wind very light from the N. W. In the mean time, H. N. frigates “Shannon” and “Tenedos” were in the oiling. Several boats from the frigates chased the ship in, it being nearly calm. The ship was run ashore on Norman’s Woe, and the crew escaped being
Source: The Descendants of Thomas White