W. T. WHITE, farmer and stock grower, Deep Valley, Penn., was born in Monongalia County, West Virginia, April
30, 1842. He is a son of Michael and Mary A. (Russell) White, who were also natives of West Virginia, and of German
extraction. Mr. White's father was a farmer through life, and died in Monongalia County, W. Va., in 1868. Of his
family of four children, W. T. White is the second. He was reared on the home farm and received his education in
the common schools. Having chosen farming as his occupation, Mr. White came to Greene County, Penn., in 1872, and
settled on a farm in Springhill Township where he now resides. His farm consisting of 185 acres, is well stocked
and improved. In 1868 he was married to Miss Harriet, daughter of William and Elizabeth (Odenbaugh) Kent. Mrs.
White is of English descent. They have four children: Luella, a school teacher; Guy W., Nettie E. and Charles F.
Mrs. White died March 13, 1888. The family are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in which Mr. White takes
an active interest. He is also greatly interested in school affairs and has been one of the most efficient members
of the school board in his township. In 1861 he enlisted in the Sixth West Virginia Volunteer Infantry in Company
N., where he served until the close of the war, being a non commissioned officer.
History of Greene County, Pennsylvania
By: Samuel P. Bates
Nelson Rushforth & Company.
Greene County Pennsylvania Biographies
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