“Deposited here are the remains of HENRY GARRETT son of William H. and Amanda White who died 19 September 1822 aged 19 months and 11 days.”
Section - Section 9 ID -109
Death - 1822
Age - Age 0-20
Gender - Male
 In 1849, Mr. William H. White was one of the prominent citizens of Fredericksburg. He was on the committee appointed for the purpose of examine and report to the court, the court composing of the following gentlemen: MayorSemple, Justices William H. White and Peter Goolrick, some plan for the enlargement and repairs or rebuilding of the courthouse of Fredericksburg.
Ten feet from the north side of Saint George’s Church is a unique brown stone with fluted top marking the grave of Mr. White’s son.
No. 28. Deposited here are the remains of Henry Garrett, son of William H. and Amanda White, who died 19 September, 1822.
Aged 10 months and 11 days
 Book A Funeral Discourse on the Death of William H. White of Fredericksburg, Virginia
 Part of commission to contract for new court house along with Mayor Semple, Beverly Welford, Thomas B. Barton, John L. Marye
 William H White Dec. 19, 1795 died Feb. 4, 1859. spouse- Amanda White (1802 – 1845). Buried Fredericksburg cemetery
 Sign on store – “Sign of the Golden Watch”. He was a watch maker. Advertised fine gold chains, seals and keys, ear rings, finger rings “all of which are the latest fashion. Received patent lever and plain watches, silver and steel specialties, silver calendar pencil cases, thimbles, coral beads, watch ribbons and beautiful assortment of steel chain.
 Sue Gordon
 Virginia Herald 2-11-1824 3X6
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