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Amy White

Amy White is the second great grandmother of Rachel Wilcox Liberacki.

Amy White1 was born on 14 October 1775.

In 1797, she married John Mudge in a ceremony that took place in Plymouth, Vermont.

About 1800, the couple moved to Marlborough, New Hampshire and remained there for two years before returning to Plymouth. Sometime before 1815, they moved to Ft. Ann, New York. Between 1815-1821, they lived in Granville, New York before moving to Hartland, New York.

Amy died in Hartland, New York on 30 September 1845.

1In the Hyde Genealogy, Reuben H. Walworth lists her name as Emma White.


William White
Lydia Goodale


John Mudge


Ezra Mudge
Almira Mudge
Rhyland Mudge
John Mudge
Emma Mudge
Rosella Mudge
Lorenzo Mudge
Angeline Mudge


Bemis, Charles A. History of the Town of Marlborough, Cheshire County, N.H. with the Report of its Centennial Celebration in 1776; also Embracing Genealogies and Sketches of Families From 1764 to 1880. Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, 1881. p. 684.

Jenks, Margaret R. Jenks and Frank Conkling Seymour. Thomas Horton of Milton and Rehoboth, Massachusetts, Volume 3, Part 2. Kirkland, WA: M.R. Jenks, 1990. p. 1452.

Mudge, Alfred. Memorials: Being a Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical Account of the Name Mudge in America, from 1638 to 1868.. Boston: Alfred Mudge and Son, 1868. p. 212.

Walworth, Reuben H. Hyde Genealogy; or the Descents, the the Female as well as in the Male Lines, from William Hyde, of Norwich, with Their Places of Residence, and Dates of Birth, Marriages, & c. and Other Particulars of Them and Their Families and Ancestry. Vol. 1. Albany, NY: J. Musell, 1864. p. 282.

White, Thomas and Samuel White. Ancestral Chronological Record of the William White Family from 1607-8 to 1895. Concord: Republican Press Association, 1895. pp. 56, 73.

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