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Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904,
Horace Carr White
Horace Carr White. by the death of Dr. H. C. White, on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 1903, Somerville lost one of her best-known and most esteemed citizens. IDr. H. C. White, on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 1903, Somerville lost one of her best-known and most esteemed citizens. In 1874, when he moved from his native state of Maine, he made his home among us, and from that time, by the practice of his profession, by his services on the school
which nearly reached the allotted limit of three-score years and ten.
Horace Carr White, the son of Gideon and Rhoda (Springer) White, was born in Bowdoin, Me., White, was born in Bowdoin, Me., January 26, 1836.
His family early removed to Litchfield, Me., where he attended the Liberal Institute, but on account of trouble with his eyes, he was unable to ca tees, as the one on metropolitan affairs, of which he was chairman two years. Dr. White was identified with all educational and temperance measures in which the city to several military and medical organizations, and various secret orders.
Dr. White married Miss Mary L. Randall, of Harpswell, Me., who, with two daughters and