White, Nicholas a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Middletown, Vermont, June 8, 1786. He received a careful religious training; experienced religion in 1810; joined the New York Conference in 1813; and from that date to 1854, when he superannuated, he led an active, successful itinerant life. In 1854
he retired to Brooklyn, where he resided until his death, February 14, 1861. Mr. White was earnest and fervent as a speaker, greatly beloved as a pastor, devoted and affectionate as a husband and father. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1861, page 76.