J. C. WHITE
J. C. WHITE, a general farmer and well known citizen of Spring Creek Township, resides on his farm, which is situated three and one-half miles northeast of Piqua, and was born June 19, 1814, in Franklin County, Ohio., ten miles east of Columbus. His parents were Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Childs) White.
Jeremiah White was a man of education and talent. He was born in Defiance County,. and after the death of his father, came to Franklin County, teaching school, farming, studying and practicing law and serving as justice of the peace. For fifteen years he as minister in the Christian Union Church. In 1855 he moved from Franklin to Auglaize County, and died there when aged seventy-five years. He married a daughter of John Childs, in Franklin County, and they had nine children, the survivors being: J.C., Mrs. Elizabeth McAdams, Mrs. Hannah Armstrong, and George W.
J. C. White was eleven years old when his parents moved to Auglaize County, where he completed his school attendance,
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