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20134 Paul and Polly White Married 1786  A
wonderful 1/6 plate daguerreotype with period ID as  
“Deacon Paul White born 1765, married in 1786 Polly
Smith Born 1766, lived in Williamstown, VT, Paul
born in Lancaster, Mass Polly born in Weston, Mass”  
A wonderful plate with great ID. In a nice Boston style
push button case.  $2,500  


Deacon Paul White, 1765 - 1860
Deacon Paul White was born on month day 1765, at
birth place, to Josiah White and Deborah Custis
White (born House). Josiah was born on January 3
1714, in Lancaster, Worcester Co, Massachusetts,
USA. Deborah was born on December 16 1722, in
Scituate, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts, USA..
Deacon had 14 siblings: Benjamin White, Deborah
Carter (born White) and 12 other siblings.
Deacon married Polly White (born Smith) on month
day 1786, at age 21.  Polly was born on November 20
1766, in Middlesex Co, Massachusetts, USA..
They had 9 children: Josiah White, Allan White and 7
other children. Deacon lived in 1850, at address,
Vermont. Deacon passed away on month day 1860, at
age 95.

Josiah White.,; JOHN WHITE. 155 PAUL (587), b. in
Leominster, Mass., Apr. 15, 1765; moved with his
father when a small boy to Rockingham, Vt. ; m. Sept.
24, 1786,Polly Smith, b. in Weston, Mass., Nov. 20,
1766. She was dau. ofAbraham and Lucy (Allan)
Smith. They lived for a time in Rocking-ham, then in
Williamstown, Vt. ; afterward moved to Malone, N. Y.,
where she d. Feb. 15, J 858, aged 92. He was a deacon
of the churchfor many years. He d. Aug. 31, 1860,
aged 95. Children : 10945. Josiah,6 +. 10950. Ruth/1 -
f. 10940. Allan/5 +. L0951. Lucy,6 +. 10947. Abijah,6
+. 10952. Polly, +. 10948. Paul, Jr.,* +. 10953. Abram
Smith,6 +. 10949. Cynthia, -h JOSIAH0 (10945), b. in
Rockingham, Vt., Aug. 10, 1787; m.Dec. 6, 1810,
Zerviah Townsend, b. Feb. 15, 1790, in East Hartford,
Conn., or Randolph, Vt.; d. Oct. 29, 1842. He m. (2)
Mar. 19,1843, Delia Nancy Parker, b. June 15, 1814.
They lived in Williams-town, Vt., where he d. Nov. 15,
1852, and twenty years after, his widow m. Orville
Towne of Bar