Deacon Josiah White, Jr

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Josiah White, Jr.

Birthplace: Lancaster, Worcester County, MA, United States
Death: May 05, 1772 (89)
Lancaster, Worcester County, MA, United States
Place of Burial: Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Josiah White and Mary Sawyer (Rice)
Husband of Abigail Sarah White
Father of Mary Wilder; Colonel Jonathan White, Sr.; Hannah (White) Wood; Abigail Sawyer; Josiah White, III and 9 others
Brother of Sarah Wilder; Capt. John White; Thankful Houghton; Judith Sawyer; Keziah Willard and 2 others

Occupation: Deacon
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About Deacon Josiah White, Jr

Josiah White, Jr Memorial Photos Flowers Edit Learn about upgrading this memorial... Birth: Sep. 16, 1682 Lancaster Worcester County Massachusetts, USA Death: May 5, 1772 Lancaster Worcester County Massachusetts, USA

Son of Josiah White and Mary Rice White.

He married Abigail Whitcomb on Jun 26,1706 at Lancaster,MA.

Children: Mary White Wilder, Jonathan White, Hannah White Woods, Abigail White Sawyer, Josiah White III, Ruth White Sawyer, Martha White Wilder, Joseph White, Joanna White Beaman, Jotham White, Silence White Haywood, John White, James White, John White, and Elisha White.

Family links:

 Josiah White (1643 - 1714)
 Mary Rice White Sawyer (1656 - 1733)
 Abigail Whitcomb White (1688 - 1771)
 Jonathan White (1708 - 1788)*
 Josiah White (1714 - 1806)*
 Ruth White Sawyer (1716 - 1755)*
 Elisha White (1730 - 1814)*
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Burial: Unknown

He lived upon the homestead in Lancaster where he was an influential citizen, being tithing man in 1718, and between 1725 and 1743, he was moderator six years, treasurer one year, representative to General Court three years, and selectman five years, being one of the first seven. He was deacon of the first church from 30 January 1729 until his death.

Twin of Jonathan White

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Deacon Josiah White, Jr's Timeline

September 16, 1682
Lancaster, Worcester County, MA, United States
March 31, 1707
Lancaster, Worcester, MA, United States
October 4, 1708
Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts
March 14, 1710
Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts
January 26, 1712
Lancaster, Worcester County, Province of Massachusetts
January 3, 1714
Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts Bay Colony
February 9, 1716
Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts
November 1, 1719
Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Colonial America
September 20, 1721
Lancaster, Worcester County, Province of Massachusetts