WHITE FAMILY BIBLE
Copied by Dorothy
from a bible on sale at the Salvation Army Store located on Park
Park, Florida (photocopied)
Edition THE HOLY BIBLE
Philadelphia: A. J. Holman & Co., No. 930 Arch Street 1877
This certifies that
the rite of Holy Matrimony was celebrated between
L. White of
and Henrietta E.
Work of Shalersville, O.
on February 28th, 1855 at Ravenna,
Ohio by P.
Jonas White, Sutton,
Mass. 18 Nov. 1795
Emily Louise White,
Ware, Mass. 26 Jan. 1820
Joseph H. White,
Ware, Mass. 10 Oct. 1821
Calvin B. White, Mantua,
Ohio 29th May 1824
Mary E. White, Mantua,
Ohio, 29th Nov. 1826
Emerson E. White, Mantua,
Ohio, 10th Jan. 1829
Emory L. White, Mantua,
Ohio, 19th Sept. 1831
Emilieus C. White, Mantua,
Ohio 13th Dec. 1834
Long Meadow, 31st Oct.
Emory L. White, Mantua,
Ohio 19th Sept. 1931
Henrietta E. Work,
Shalersville, O. 25th Sept
Cora E. White, Mantua,
Ohio, Sept. 22nd 1858
E. Glenn Simpson, Youngstown,
Jonas White and Sarah McGregory in Wilbraham,
Mass., February 9th, ,1819 Rev. Mosen
Blake of Brimfield and Emily L. White of Mantua,
in Mantua, O., September 19th,1850….Sam-1 Lee
Joseph H. White of Mantua,
O. and Harriet Clark of Troy
in Burton O., December 24th ,1852 by A.
T. Ford, Esq.
Calvin B. White and Maria R. Harmon both
of Mantua, November 24th, 1852 by Rev.
B. D. Sprague.
E. E. White of Cleveland, O.
and Mary A. Sabin of Hudson,
O. in the latter place July 26th,
1953 by Rev. V. Barrett.
White of Mantua and Henrietta E. Work of
Shalersville on February 28th,
1855 at Ravenna, Ohio
by P. B.
Henry A. Simpson, Mantua
O. and Cora E. White of Mantua,
November 19th, 1884
E. Glenn Simpson and Lila Armstrong both of Ravenna,
O. December 24th ,1908.
Emilieus C. White in Mantua,
4 Mar. 1847 3 yrs. 2 mos. 9 days
Mary E. White in Mantua,
4th Sept. 1860 33 yrs. 9 mos. 5 days
Jonas White in Mantua,
28th Aug. 1876 80 yrs 9 mos. 11 days
White, in Mantua, 28th Jan. 1878 83 yrs 2 mos. 29 days
A special and
separate memorial was inserted in the Bible for the following:
To the memory of CALVIN WHITE who died January 27th,
Born December 10th
AD, 1804. The strongest ties must be
The memorial – a picture – has
a weeping willow tree, with a lady in the widow weeds leaning on a monument
with the above inscription placed on it.
On the left of the picture is a gravestone, unmarked, with a bush
flowering and on the right side is a path leading to a building, which is
mostly hidden behind the willow tree.
The print has been hand colored.