WHITE, Thomas Charles - Extra Data
Leader of WHITE's Party
Death Notice (Cape Archives) says he was born in Gibraltar
National Archives, Kew, London
Gibraltar 9th June 1785
These are to certify to whom it may concern that John WHITE, Surgeon & Mate of the 50th Regiment, and Elizabeth BENTLEY Spinster were married agreeable to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England on the date hereof.
Jno. WETHERALL, Chap. 11th Regt.
Witnesses: Josiah MASON, Clark and Thomas BENTLEY, Adjt. 50th Regt.
Form No.3 Required for placing on the Pension List the Widow of an Officer who died on Half-Pay
I Elizabeth WHITE do solemnly and sincerely declare that I was lawfully married at Gibraltar on the 9th day of June 1785 to John WHITE, late a Staff Surgeon on Retirement from length of service, who died at Nottingham on the 11th day of October 1841 aged eighty-four years; that ever since his decease I have continued a Widow, and am so at this present time; - and that I have no Pension, Allowance or Provision from Government. And I make this solemn declaration, conscientiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of the provisions of the Act 5 and 6 William IV., Cap. 62.
Signature of Widow: Elizabeth WHITE
Her Place of Residence: Nottingham
Declared and Subscribed before me at Nottingham this twentieth day of November 1841
Signature of Magistrate: Thomas WAKEFIELD
Children of John WHITE and Elizabeth BENTLEY born in Gibraltar
Isabella Tempest 19 February 1787
John Loraine 17 February 1789
Thomas Charles 6 October 1791
Sarah 26 December 1795
Helen Georgina 7 July 1798
Frances Mary 10 August 1801
George Mills, son of John and Elizabeth WHITE, baptised 30 May 1804 in St.Mary's, Nottingham
Ann Elizabeth, daughter of John and Elizabeth WHITE, baptised 23 June 1810 in Arnold, Nottinghamshire
London Metropolitan Archives
Thomas Charles WHITE married Ann Grant DAMANT by Licence on 29 November 1826 in St.Pancras, London
Witnesses: Thos. DAMANT and Caroline DAMANT