White, George P.
Age: 21, credited to Wolcott, VTVITALS
Birth: 10/31/1839, Plainfield, VTADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Alias?: None notedDESCENDANTS
Linesville Cemetery, Linesville, PA
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George P. White
The Linesville, PA Herald of March 10, 1915 contained the following of local interest.
George P. White, who has been a much respected, and beloved citizen of Linesville for many years, passed away quietly and peacefully on Monday, May 8th, at his home on Mercer Street, after ailing for a number of years past.
He was born in Plainfield, Vermont, Oct. 31, 1839, of American born parents, Thaddeus and Miranda White, who removed to Wolcott, Vt. in 1844.
He enlisted in the 4th reg't, Vt. Vols. Sept 2, 1861, and discharged Nov. 3, 1862, enlisted in I Co. of Frontier Cavalry, Jan 1, 1865, and was discharged at close of war. He was married to Mary B. Carrier, in Aug., 1867, who died in 1868. On Jan. 29, 1870, he married Nancy D. Thayer of Linesville and removed from Vermont to Pine Township, in 1879, where he lived most of the time since.
He held nearly every office in the gift of the township, and has been justice of the peace since 1896, except four years in Ohio.
One sister, Mrs. Hattie E. Camp of Morrisville, Vt. survive him.
Mr. White was a Mason, a member of the Universalist Church, and of the G.A.R. . Mr. White was a friend of Humanity, and a man with a clean brain and a big heart.
Morrisville Messenger, May 31, 1915
Submitted by Deanna French.