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Re: Bernard "Barney" White
Posted by: Jerri Strombeck (ID *****8880) Date: November 19, 2010 at 14:26:55
In Reply to: Bernard "Barney" White by Gail Abe of 5352

Baltimore Sun 7/21/1883

A Ship-Painter Drowned--Bernard White, an old ship-painter, was drowned yesterday morning by stepping overboard from Numsen's Wharf, back of Federal Hill. He was about to step on a schooner, which he was to paint, but made a misstep and fell into the water. His body was shortly after recovered, and every effort made to resuscitate him, but without avail. The body was taken home, 57 Cross Street. He was 63 years old, and leaves a wife and six children, the youngest nine months old. No inquest.

9/11/1854

James Dugan was arrested by watchman Lawton, on the charge of beating and assaulting Bernard White. Justice Morrison committed him to jail in default of security to answer in court.

9/11/1854
James Dugan, for beating Barney White, was imprisoned 30 days.

2/28/1860
On the morning of the 27th instant, after a lingering illness, which she bore with resignation to the will of her Heavenly Father, Mrs. Rosana Jane White, consort of Barney White, in her 46th year of age.

Weep not for me, my husband dear,
To grieve it is in vain;
Christ is my hope, you need not fear,
We all shall meet again.

Dearest mother, thou has left us,
We thy loss most deeply feel,
But 'tis God who hath bereft us,
He can all our sorrow heal.

The friends and relatives are invited to attend her funeral, on this (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from her late residence, No. 6 Reeder's Row.

1880 census, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
Barney White 62 house painter DE f SCOT m SCOT
Mary F. White 31 coat maker
Samuel J. White 12
Barney A. White 11
William M. White 7
Walter E. White 5
Mary E. White 2
Georgie A. White 2m


5/16/1916

Mrs. Mary F. Burns.
Mrs Mary F Burns, 64 years old, 50? East Fort Avenue, died yesterday afternoon following a stroke of apoplexy at the home of her son Sergt. William A. White of the Northeastern District who lives at 829 Light St. Mrs. Burns was born at Snow Hill, Worcester County, and came to this city about 60 years ago. She married twice. Her first husband was Barney White and her second Thomas F. Burns, both of whom are dead.

Surviving are 5 sons and one daughter- William A, Samuel J, Barney, Albert and Walter Burns and Mrs. Mary F. Hampton.

1870 census, Baltimore Ward 15, Baltimore (Independent City), Maryland
Barney White 51
Mary White 25
Samuel White 3
Albert White 2


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