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White - Whyte Research File
1.) Whyte, Henry Captain - ship Sea Dragon owned by Sir William Wynter - 1585/86
2.) White, William June 9, 1586 - Sir Francis Drake was off the coast of Roanoke Island with a mighty fleet of 23 ships.
3.) White, Culberth 1587 colonist roster
4.) White / Whyte, John -- a. Artist on the recon voyage of 1584, b. 1585-86 military colony, Illustrator, c. 1587 Colonist roster, d. Governor of the colony, White, John Governor and Captain - ship The Admiral;
5.) 1588 first relief voyage, carrying supplies, 5. 1589-1590 relief voyage, carrying supplies
6.) This surname is part of Hatteras Island Family Reconstruction Project.
From Roberta Estes:
It is also possible that one of Lane's men did a bit of recruiting for his alma mater. Both William White and Richard Wildye were graduates of Brasenose College, Oxford, and we find that young Thomas Hulme, a member of the same expedition, entered the same college the year following his return home. Hulme later studied law. Another young man in the same group, Richard Ireland, entered Christ Church, Oxford, two years later and eventually was Headmaster of Westminster School.
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White Artist and Governor
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