by Libbe K. Hughes
This is to Certify That Charles Albertson White of Belleville,
Indiana and Dee Anne Millar of Clayton, Hendricks County, Indiana
me united together in Holy Matrimony on the twenty-first day of
the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-Three.
In Presence of
Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Millar
Mr. & Mrs. W.A. Ragan
Dr. and Mrs. W.C. Cooper
Rev. W.D. Hawkins
Charles Albertson White of Belleville. Hendricks County. Indiana,
and DeeAnne Millar
of Clayton. Hendricks County. Indiana were united in marriage
at 1 o'clock P.M., Tuesday January 21. 1873 at the home of the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taliaferro Browning Millar by the Reverend
Hawkins of Clayton, Indiana.
Glyndon DeLaskie Millar White, of Danville. Indiana, and Mary
Danville, Indiana, were united in marriage August 13, 1904. at
Edgar Mark Blessing and Geraldine Millar White, both of Danville.
were united in marriage at 1 o'clock p.m. Thursday. October 5th
1905, at the
home of the bride's parents. Dr. and Mrs.Charles A. White, by the
Ernest Dailey Smith, of Danville. Indiana.
Charles Albertson White, son of Maximilian and Martha Miles White,
January 4, 1845. at Salem, Washington County, Indiana.
Dee Anna Millar, daughter of Taliaferro Browning and Matilda Gill
born April 14, 1847, at New Winchester, Hendricks County. Indiana.
Geraldine Max Millar White, daughter of Charles Albertson and Dee
White, as born at 12:15 A.M.. on Monday. June 14. 1880 at No. 73
Washington St. Danville. Hendricks County. Indiana.
Glyndon DeLaskie Millar White, son of Charles Albertson and Dee
White, was born at 2:15 A.M.. Tuesday. November 1, 1881 at No. 73
Washington St. Danville. Hendricks County, Indiana
* The White Family Bible was published in 1874. and was donated to
Hendricks County Museum by Mrs. Henry Clark. Also included in the
were 1 unidentified carte-de-viste photograph and 1 identified
photograph labeled "Geraldine Miller White. Age-2 1/2 months." Libbe
Hughes of the Hendricks County Historical Society transcribed the
Whyte Family Bible
by Libbe K. Hughes
This is to Certify That John Watt
Whyte of Danville Hendricks Co. Indiana
and Ann Eliza Jackson of Danville
Hendricks Co. Indiana were by me united
together in Holy Matrimony on the
Eighteenth 18 day of October in the Year of
our Lord One Thousand Eight
Hundred and Sixty Eigth.
In Presence of
the members of the Christian Church at Danville Ind.
Lurena Whyte to Frederick
Scearce - Dec 28-1905
Mary Kathleen Whyte to John C.
Taylor - June 28-1906
John Watt Whyte Born Oct
14, 1846. Paisley Scotland
Ann Eliza Jackson Born Jan. 24,
1844. Putnam Co. Ind.
Ida Beatrice Whyte Born Jan. 9,
1870 Danville, Ind.
William Jewell Whyte Born Oct 22,
1871 Danville, Ind.
George Leon Whyte Born Oct
6th 1873 Danville, Ind.
Leonora Whyte Bom Oct 1875 Danville,
Mary Whyte Born Feb 18, 1876
1877 Danville, Ind.
Oliver Badger Whyte Bom July 26,
1878 Danville, Ind.
Lu Lurena Whyte Bom April 15,
1880 Danville, Ind.
Waller Thomas Whyte Born April 3d
1883 Danville, Ind.
Rayman Whyte Born Sept 18,
1885 Danville, Ind.
Eunice Whyte Born March 7th
1889 Danville, Ind.
Jean Whyte Wife of W.R. Jewell,
Born Dec 7, 1839 Paisley Scotland
Died March 22, 1874 at Danville.
Waiter Allen Whyte - May 10th
1910 Danville Ind.
Ida Beatrice Whyte
Wdliam John Whyte Dec.
George Leon Whyte Oct.
Leanora Whyte Feb.
Whyte Sept. 20-1956
Oliver Badger Whyte Feb.
Lourena Whyte May
Walter Thomas Whyte April-8-1971
Raymond Whyte March-26-1969
Betty O'Brien and Evelyn Vance donated
this Bible to the Hendricks County
Museum. Libbe K. Hughes of the
Hendricks County Historical Society transcribed
it for publication.
The Bible was published in 1874.
in " The Hoosier Genealogist an Indiana Historical Society
Quarterly on March 1993
and transcribed here for Genealogy Trails by Barb Z."