Henry White (1732-1786)
Colonel Henry White was a British loyalist who was a merchant in New York City. He was one of the founders of the Chamber of Commerce and was its second president (1772-73). During the Revolution he was active in the service of England. By the Act of Attainder (1779) his property was confiscated and he was sentenced to be executed if found in the United States. White spent the rest of his days in London.
- 1870 circa 15 years
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