|Benjamin White, MD||1793||1866||West side, Section D, Lot 67, Person 4|
|Inscription and Notes:|
m. Jane deClancy White, per Cook.
Birth, death dates per editors.
Latitude: 33.0750102321, Longitude: -83.2292208074
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Military Service: Confederate States of America
Surgeon Gen., State Troops. Mayor in 1843, per Cook.
Dr. Benjamin Aspinwall White 1793-1866
A graduate of Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania. He and his family lived on a plantation, Brooklyne in Jones County, where he was a successful planter. He was Surgeon General of the Georgia State Troops during the Civil War. He also was one of the pioneers establishing the Hospital for the Insane in Milledgeville.