Person:Resolved White (1)

  1. Resolved Whiteabt 1615 - aft 1687
  2. Peregrine White1620 - 1704
  • HResolved Whiteabt 1615 - aft 1687
  • WJudith Vassallabt 1619 - 1670
m. 5 Nov 1640
  1. William White1642 - 1695
  2. John White1644 -
  3. Samuel White1645/46 - 1720
  4. Resolved White1647 - 1670
  5. Anna White1649 - 1714
  6. Elizabeth White1652 -
  7. Josiah White1654 - bet 1710
  8. Susannah White1656 -
  • HResolved Whiteabt 1615 - aft 1687
  • WAbigail Unknownabt 1606 - bet 1682
m. 5 Oct 1674
Facts and Events
Name[6] Resolved White
Gender Male
Birth[1][3][5] abt 1615 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Alt Birth[1][3] abt 1615 England
Alt Birth? 9 Sep 1615 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Immigration[1] 11 Nov 1620 Provincetown Harbor, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United StatesMayflower
Marriage 5 Nov 1640 Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Judith Vassall
Marriage 5 Oct 1674 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Abigail Unknown
Death[1][3][5] aft 19 Sep 1687 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Alt Death? aft 19 Sep 1687 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Burial[1][3][4] Winslow Cemetery, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
The Mayflower (1620)
The Mayflower was the first settlement voyage to New England, carrying primarily English Separatists known as Pilgrims. It was destined for the mouth of the Hudson River, but landed at Cape Cod in present-day Massachusetts.
Sailed: 6 Sep 1620 from Southampton, England under Captain Christopher Jones
Arrived: 11 Nov 1620 at Plymouth, Massachusetts
After spending the winter aboard ship, the surviving passengers moved ashore on 21 Mar 1621.
Next Vessel: The Fortune (1621)

Passengers:
104; 24 families left descendants (Full List)
Pilgrim Families: Allerton (Asst. Gov. Isaac) - Bradford (Gov. William) - Brewster (Rev. William) - Chilton - Cooke - Fuller (Edward) - Fuller (Samuel) - Priest - Rogers - Sampson - Tilley (Edward) - Tilley (John) - White - Winslow (Edward)
Other Families and Servants: Alden - Billington - Browne - Doty - Eaton - Hopkins - Howland - Mullins - Soule - Standish (Capt. Miles) - Warren - Winslow (Gilbert)

Resources: Primary Sources: Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation - Mourt's Relation - Pilgrim Hall (wills and other contemporary documents)
Wikipedia: Mayflower (voyage) - Passenger List - Pilgrims - Plymouth Colony - Captain Christopher Jones

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 General Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Descendants of the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth, Mass. December 1620. (New England - United States: General Society of Mayflower Descendants., Various), 13:3-8.

    Resolved White came to Plymouth in 1620 with his parents on the “Mayflower.” Bradford’s 1651 account says “Resolved hath 5 children.”

    On August 3, 1640, Resolved White was granted 100 acres in Scituate next to Mr. William Vasssell’s land. On March 7, 1642/3 he was granted more land in Scituate.

    On March 17, 1656/7 Resolved White of Scituate in New Plymouth in New England, gentleman, and this wife Judith, daughter of William Vassell of this Island [Barbados], Esq. sold to Nicholas Ware of St. Michael’s, merchant, all his one fifth of two thirds of William Vassell’s plantation in St. Michael’s.

    On May 11, 1657, Resolved White witnessed the sale by Mary Vassall of Barbados to her brother-in-law, Nicholas Ware of St. Michael’s, merchant, of her share in her father William Vasal’s plantation in St. Michael’s. [These deeds show that Resolved White was in Barbados at this time.]

    On June 1, 1658, Resolved White was made a Freeman of Plymouth Colony.

    On March 17, 1662, Resolved White of Scituate, planter, sold land in Scituate to William Wills. On September 25, 1663, Judith, the wife of Resolved White, acknowledged the sale.

    On June 3, 1668, Resolved White was elected surveyor of highways for Marshfield. On May 29, 1670, Resolved White was in the list of Freemen of Marshfield.

    On July 4, 1674, Resolved White deposed he was aged about 59 years.

    The July 2, 1675, will of Governor Josiah Winslow names brother Resolved White.

    On May 9, 1678, Resolved White aged about 63 years deposed. In June 1679 he again deposed he was aged about 63 years. On February 1, 1679/80, Abigail White aged about 74 years deposed. (All in Essex County)

    Resolved White was elected Freeman in Salem May 19, 1680.

    The will of Abigail White, wife of Mr. Resolved White of Salem, dated April 26, 1682, proved June 1682, mentions her former husband William Lord; his kinsman William Lord and the latter’s children; and Resolved White her now husband.

    There is no probate record in Plymouth County for Resolved White.

  2.   Resolved White, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Griffin, Paula Porter, and Thomas Stephen Neel. The Ancestors of Daniel White, 1777-1836, and his wife, Sarah Ford, 1778-1847, and Their Descendants. (Evansville, Indiana: Unigraphic, 1979), pages 67-68.
  4. Resolved White, in Find A Grave.
  5. 5.0 5.1 White, Thomas, and Samuel White. Ancestral Chronological Record of the William White Family from 1607-8 to 1895. (Concord: Republican Press Association, 1895), pages 25-26.

    Resolved White came to New England with his Pilgrim parents, Mr. William White and wife. He was born in Leyden, Holland about the time they resolved to seek a new home in wilds of the western world, and received his name from that circumstance....

  6. Calder, Charles Maclear. John Vassall and his Descendants: By One of Them. (Hertford: Stephen Austin and Sons, LTD., Printers, 1921), page 8.