Capt Alexander McMurtie White, Jr., Revolutionary War veteran

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Capt Alexander McMurtie White, Jr., Revolutionary War veteran

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Bloomsberry, Warren, New Jersey, United States
Death: April 27, 1815 (62)
Harrison, Lewis, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Alexander White, Sr. and Mary White
Husband of Mary White and Mary Clifford White
Father of Margaret A Alkire; Alexander White; Sarah J Alkire; James White; William Wellington White and 1 other
Brother of Mary White; William Holmes White; Elizabeth White; Henry White; John White and 4 others

Occupation: Rev. War Vet
Managed by: Nancy Mae Splitstone
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About Capt Alexander McMurtie White, Jr., Revolutionary War veteran

Capt Alexander White, Jr BIRTH 4 Jun 1752 Warren County, New Jersey, USA DEATH 27 Apr 1815 (aged 62) Virginia, USA BURIAL Non-Cemetery Burial, Specifically: Family Plot

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/95909746/alexander-white

Served in the Revolutionary War from 1776-1779 as Capt in the Army.

Wagonmaster General's Dept under Col. Jacob West Deputy Quartermaster General. Surveyor and Washington sent them to Virginia with Alexander's brother Samuel to survey. Leased land that had belonged to Thomas Lord Fairfax estate records show Alexander leased land 4 Dec 1790 in Hardy county now Lewis Co VA. WV. sold lease in 1797 moved to Harrison County now Lewis co located near jackson's mill on Freemans creek.

Children Photo William Wellington White 1783–1842

Photo Sarah White Alkire 1786–1838

Photo John White 1794–1875


https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/95909746/alexander-white
Capt Alexander White, Jr BIRTH 4 Jun 1752 Warren County, New Jersey, USA DEATH 27 Apr 1815 (aged 62) Virginia, USA BURIAL Non-Cemetery Burial, Specifically: Family Plot

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/95909746/alexander-white

Served in the Revolutionary War from 1776-1779 as Capt in the Army.

Wagonmaster General's Dept under Col. Jacob West Deputy Quartermaster General. Surveyor and Washington sent them to Virginia with Alexander's brother Samuel to survey. Leased land that had belonged to Thomas Lord Fairfax estate records show Alexander leased land 4 Dec 1790 in Hardy county now Lewis Co VA. WV. sold lease in 1797 moved to Harrison County now Lewis co located near jackson's mill on Freemans creek. Bought land in 1809. died 1814/5 Mary died 1826. Bill of Sale is record in Clarksburg Lewis Co WV bk 1 page 220.

Children Photo William Wellington White 1783–1842

Photo Sarah White Alkire 1786–1838

Photo John White 1794–1875


https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/White-2154

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Capt Alexander McMurtie White, Jr., Revolutionary War veteran's Timeline

1752
June 4, 1752
Bloomsberry, Warren, New Jersey, United States
1772
1772
Sussex County, New Jersey, United States
1780
August 11, 1780
Sussex, Sussex County, NJ, United States
1783
1783
1786
February 4, 1786
Sussex, Sussex County, New Jersey, United States
1791
June 19, 1791
Hardy, Bedford County, Virginia, United States
1794
May 2, 1794
Hardy Co., Virginia (WV after 1863), United States
1815
April 27, 1815
Age 62
Harrison, Lewis, Virginia, United States