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Taken from Burkes Genealogical & Heraldic History 4th Edition 1958: pp.762/63 Lineage- the following is derived partly from a pedigree registered in Ulster Office 1765 (Gen. Off. Dublin Castle MS 165 Reg. Peds. Vol II, pp14-20)
Whyte of Loughbrickland –
Wh24. Walter Whyte with several of his brothers, accompanied Strongbow on his expedition to Ireland in 1170 and was knighted by Henry II in Dublin 1171. He accompanied John de Courcy to Downpatrick in 1177 and having taken a leading part in the subsequent conquest of Ulster was rewarded with large grants of land on the west shore of Strangford Lough. He was one of the five barons of Ulster created by de Courcy as Earl Palatine of Ulster. His descendants were known as the Lords of Duffrye and built castles at Ballymorran, Killinchy, Raynhaddye and Ring dufferin. His eldest son:
Wh23 Sir James Whyte, served under Richard I in the Holy Wars 1191-92. He m. Amicie de Beaumont, dau of the Earl of Leicester, and had issue,
Wh22 Sir Balthazar Whyte who supported King John during his expedition to Ireland when the King stayed at Ballymorran Castle in July 1210
Wh21 Sir James Whyte,
Wh20 Maurice Whyte m a de Lacy of Lecale
Wh19 Walter Whyte who, with his brother Wadenus and his kinsman the de Lacys, joined Bruce in his invasion of Irealnd 1315-18.
m. the sister of John de Mandeville of Killleagh Castle
Wh18 Nicholas Whyte, who with his brothers John and Richard fought at the Battle of Mullingar, 1529
Wh17 Dominic Whyte
Wh16 Nicholas Whyte
m a dau of James BUTLER Bu20 = Bo20-5-3-3 3rd Earl of Ormonde
Wh15 Sir Maurice Whyte who served in France under Henry IV and Henry V where at the Siege of Rouen he led 2000 Irish, and later made Governor of Montaire under Henry VI. called “The Lancastrian” having served under 3 kings of the House of Lancaster.
m. Fitzgerald
Wh14 Bartholomew Whyte
m. Anne Cusack
Wh13 Nicholas Whyte of King’s Meadows co. Waterford
m. Elizabeth, dau of y Power of King’s Meadows and had issue, continued below
Wh13 Nicholas Whyte of King’s Meadows co. Waterford continued from above
m. Elizabeth, dau of y Power of King’s Meadows and had issue,
Wh12 James Whyte, Seigneur of King’s Meadows co. Waterford and founder of Whyte’s Hall, near Knocktopher co. Kilkenny in 1518. Henry VII granted him a lease of the Rectory of Dunkitt, co. Kilkenny 1540. He served in Scotland with James Butler 9th Earl of Ormond; on their return to London, they and 16 others died of poisoning after a banquet at Ely House, Holborn 1546.
m Margaret Walsh of co. Waterford and had issue,
Wh11 Sir Nicholas Whyte, of Leixlip. Seneschal of co. Wexford and of Whyte’s Hall, Gov. of Castle of Wexford, Master of the Rolls in Ireland 1572
m.__ Sherlock and had issue,
Wh10 Andrew Whyte of Leixlip
m. Margaret , dau of Patrick Finglass and d 31 July 1599
Wh9 Sir Nicholas Whyte, of Leixlip, aged 16 in 1599 (inq. p.m.
m. Ursula Moore dau of 1st Viscount Moore, and d.1654 and had issue, including 4 sons (his 4th son Charles mentioned in letter to Charles II from Emperor Leopold I). NB. also 4 daughters including Eleanor who married 1.) Edmund Butler 2nd Viscount Galmoye and 2.)Walter of Munphin
Wh8-1 Eleanor Whyte b about 1650 m lic 1 May 1668 Edward Butler, 2nd Viscount of Galmoye, son of Hon. Piers Butler and Hon. Margaret Netterville. -1 Colonel Hon. Richard Butler m Lucy Cavanagh dau of Colonel Charles Cavanagh, circa 1691 at Ireland
-2 Hon. Sophie Butler2 d 1792 m William Hay
-3 Lt.-Gen. Piers Butler, 3rd Viscount of Galmoye b 21 Mar 1651/52 d 18 Jun 1740 m1 Anne Mathew, dau of Theobald Mathew m2 Henrietta FitzJames, dau of James II Stuart, King of Great Britain and Arabella Churchill, on 3 April 1695 d 18 June 1740
-1-1 James Richard Butler
-1-2 James Edward Butler
-1-3 Francis Piers Butler
-1-4 Colonel James Francis Richard Butler d c 1770
Wh8-2 Mary White b about 1652 m Theobald Taaffe, 1st Earl of Carlingford, son of John Taaffe, 1st Viscount Taaffe of Corren and Anne Dillon -1 Nicholas Taaffe, 2nd Earl of Carlingford d 1 Jul 1690 Battle of the Boyne, without issue m Mary Weld dau of Humphrey Weld and Hon. Clara Arundell
-2 Major Hon. John Taaffe+3 d Apr 1689 siege of Derry Army ofKing James II m Lady Rose Lambart, daughter of Charles Lambart, 1st Earl of the County of Cavan and Hon. Jane Robartes
-3 Francis Taaffe, 3rd Earl of Carlingford b. 1639 Ballymote Co Sligo Ireland d Aug 1704 Nancy France m 1676 Helena Maximiliana von Traudisch
-4 William Taaffe, Viscount Taafe b bef 1647 d bef Dec 1673 unm
-2-1 Theobald Taaffe, 4th Earl of Carlingford d 24 Nov 1738
Wh8-3 Nicholas Whyte of Leixlip b about 1666 -1
Wh8-4 Arthur Whyte of Leixlip d bef 1669
Wh8-5 y Whyte of Leixlip b about 1662 b about 1662 d 1743 m Mary Eliot b 1663 d 1734
Wh8-6 Col. Charles Whyte of Leixlip, sometime governor of Kildare and MP for Naas, 4th son m1 Eleanor Barnewall, younger dau of Sir Nicholas Barnewall 1st Viscount Kingsland (who married in 1617. Eleanor born mid-to late 1620's), s/o Patrick Barnewall, s/o Sir Christopher Barnewall of Turvey Sheriff of Dublin m2 Mary le Newcomen dau of Sir Thomas le Newcomen, of Sutton Howth Dublin d 1695 Oct. 15 She m2 y Hussey m3 1717 Edward ‘Ned’ Edgeworth of Kilshrewly, Co. Longford elder son of Robert Edgeworth of Kil¬shrewly and his wife Catherine, née Tyrrell. -1 y Whyte
-2 y Whyte d bef 1669
-3 x Whyte
-4 x Whyte
Wh8-7 Frances Whyte d 1674
m before 1636 Thomas Dillon, 4th Viscount of Costello Gallen b 1615- aged 15 in 1630 m.
Wh8-8 Anne Whyte
m May 1636 Christopher Fagan of Feltrim and Castle Fagan co. Dublin-
-1 Elizabeth Fagan m bef 1659 George Hamilton 4th Lord Hamilton Baron of Strabane co. Tyrone
-2 Claud b. Sept 1659, became 4th Earl of Abercorn inherited from George's grandfather 1st Earl of Abercorn
Wh10-? of no known relation to the above was:
Peter WHITE b 1530 Peterboro Engl d AFT 1582 England m Mary KEEBLE b 1545 Engl d after 1630 England
Wh9 William WHITE "the Immigrant" b 1580 d 25 Jan 1656, Lancaster Co Va
m x
Wh8 John WHITE Sr. b 1630, England or Scotland d 1678, Lancaster Co Va
Wh7 Col John White b 1662, Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul New Kent Co Va d ABT 1743, Spotsylvania Co Va
m ABT 1690 King William Co Va Mary ELLIOT
Wh6-1 Thomas WHITE b about 1693
Wh6-2 Jeremiah WHITE b 11 Oct 1695 Parish of St. Peters and St. Paul, King and Queen Co d 23 Sep 1776 Albemarle Co
m 23 Oct 1726 Goochland or Albemarle Co. Mary MARTIN dau of Capt John MARTIN and Letitia Elizabeth LEWIS?
-1 Jeremiah WHITE b 1 Oct 1728 d 1 May 1788 Spotsylvania/?Albemarle Co Va
-2 John WHITE b 22 Mar 1730 d 15 Sep 1732 Spotsylvania/?Albemarle Co Va
-3 Lettitia WHITE b 19 Apr 1732 d 1733
-4 Rachel WHITE b 28 Aug 1733 d BEF 1774
-5 Mary WHITE b 27 Jan 1735 m Robert Martin
-6 Elizabeth WHITE b 2 Aug 1735 d Aug 1804 m Webb Kidd b 8 FEB 1734 d 18 DEC 1805
-7 Lettice "Lettie" WHITE b 27 Jan 1736 d 26 Feb 1785 m William** Samuel Melton IV b 23 NOV 1729 d 11 FEB 1772
-8 Mildred WHITE b 20 Mar 1740 d 5 Nov 1805 m Jacob Cleveland b 6 MAY 1739 d 29 APR 1791
-9 John Martin WHITE b 27 Jun 1743, Spotsylvania Co Va d 6 Feb 1833 Elbert Co Ga m Mildred Thorton" Millie" Ballinger b 23 Oct 1756 d 2 Sep 1840
-10 Danielle Ann WHITE b 19 Jun 1746 Spotsylvania/?Albemarle Co Va m John Shackleford
-11 Reuben WHITE b 19 Jun 1746 d 12 Aug 1811 m1 Elizabeth Head m2 Mary Blanche Harper b 30 APR 1751 d 11 APR 1837
-12 Daniel WHITE 19 Jun 1746 Albemarle Co d 7 Nov 1806 Elbert Co GA m Mary "Polly" BALLINGER

-12-1 Elizabeth White
-12-2 Mary Ballinger WHITE b 19 May 1783 Elbert Co d 2 Sep 1827 Elbert Co m about 1800 Jesse FORTSON

-12-2-1 Jesse Marion FORTSON b 22 Nov 1812 Elbert Co d 13 Apr 1864 m 27 Dec 1831 Frances Mills b 2 Aug 1817 Elbert Co d 13 Jun 1901
-12-2-2 Jane M. FORTSON b 10 Jun 1819 d 31 Jul 1889 m Dozier THORNTON b 10 Jun 1817 d 28 Sep 1874 son of Rev Benjamin T. THORNTON Sr. b 12 Oct 1779 d 21 Jan 1836 and Sarah R. UPSHAW grandson of Dozier THORNTON Sr. and Lucinda Elizabeth "Lucy" HILL

-12-2-1-1 Jesse White FORTSON b 18 Jun 1835 Elbert Co d 27 Jul 1862 m 2 Oct 1857 Sophia Barbara BLACK b 25 Dec 1838 d 14 Dec 1925
-12-2-2-1 Thomas D. THORNTON b: 4 May 1839 d: 6 Apr 1922
-12-2-2-2 William Marion THORNTON b: 6 Jun 1842 d: 2 Aug 1900
-12-2-2-3 John Calvin THORNTON b: 11 Nov 1845 d: 4 Jul 1912 + Amanda Eugenia ALMOND b: 7 Jan 1849 d: 6 Sep 1912
-12-2-2-4 James Henry THORNTON b: 8 Apr 1849 d: 23 Sep 1923
-12-2-2-5 Isham Hamilton THORNTON b: 24 Sep 1851 d: 8 Mar 1930
-12-2-2-6 Frank Calloway THORNTON b: 24 Sep 1854 d: 22 May 1929
-12-2-2-7 Joseph Dozier THORNTON b: 3 Nov 1857 d: 23 Jun 1912 + Elizabeth FORTSON b: 19 Aug 1860 d: 7 May 1939

-12-2-1-1-1 Elizabeth FORTSON b 19 Aug 1860 d 7 May 1939 m 19 Dec 1877 Joseph Dozier THORNTON b 3 Nov 1857 d 23 Jun 1912 son of Dozier THORNTON and Jane M. FORTSON
Wh6-3 Reuben WHITE
Wh6-4 John WHITE
Wh6-5 Daniel WHITE
Wh6-6 James WHITE
Wh6-6 Joseph WHITE

Source: /butlerancestryireland