Dr Rev William White DD

Died aged c. 88

William White (April 4, 1748 N.S. – July 17, 1836) was the first and fourth Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church of the United States (1789; 1795–1836), the first bishop of the Diocese of Pennsylvania (1787–1836), and the second United States Senate Chaplain (appointed December 9, 1790). He also served as the first and fourth President of the House of Deputies for the General Convention of the Episcopal Church (1785, 1789).

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Bishop White House, 1786. Residence 1767-1836 of the Rev Dr William White, rector of Christ Church and St Peter's Church, chaplain to the Continental Congress and the United States Senate, first Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Pennsylvania.

3rd and Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA, United States where they lived (1767-1836)