Mary Whorow, 1712

Name
Mary /Whorow/
Married name
Mary /White/
Birth

English King
Charles I
from March 27, 1625 CE (April 6, 1625) to January 30, 1649 CE (February 9, 1649)

English Civil War
Royalists and parliamentarians battle for control of the country.
from August 22, 1642 to September 3, 1651

Lord Protector
Oliver Cromwell
from December 16, 1653 CE (December 26, 1653) to September 3, 1658 CE (September 13, 1658)

Lord Protector
Richard Cromwell
from September 3, 1658 CE (September 13, 1658) to May 7, 1659 CE (May 17, 1659)

English King
Charles II
from May 29, 1660 CE (June 8, 1660) to February 6, 1685 CE (February 16, 1685)

Great Fire of London
Most of London was destroyed by fire.
from September 2, 1666 to September 6, 1666

MarriageIgnatius WhiteView this family
May 19, 1681
English King
James II
from February 6, 1685 CE (February 16, 1685) to February 13, 1689 CE (February 23, 1689)

English Queen
Mary II
from February 13, 1689 CE (February 23, 1689) to February 13, 1689 CE (February 23, 1689)

Death of a husbandIgnatius White
August 21, 1694
Burial of a husbandIgnatius White
December 15, 1694
English King
William II
from February 13, 1689 CE (February 23, 1689) to March 8, 1702 CE (March 19, 1702)

English Queen
Anne
from March 8, 1702 CE (March 19, 1702) to May 1, 1707 CE (May 12, 1707)

Act of Union
England and Scotland combine to form Great Britain.
May 1, 1707

Death of a sonJames White
December 10, 1710
Cause: Wounded in action
British Queen
Anne
from May 1, 1707 CE (May 12, 1707) to August 1, 1714 CE (August 12, 1714)

Birth of a sonJames White

Birth of a daughterCharlotte White

Death after 1712

Family with Ignatius White
husband
16261694
Birth: about 1626Ireland
Death: August 21, 1694St. Germains, France
herself
Marriage
Marriage: May 19, 1681St. James, Duke Place, London, England
son
1710
Birth:
Death: December 10, 1710Battle of Villa Viciosa, Spain
daughter
Ignatius White + Mary Fitzmaurice
husband
16261694
Birth: about 1626Ireland
Death: August 21, 1694St. Germains, France
partner’s partner
Marriage
Marriage: about 1659
step-daughter
Shared note

Mary is last mentioned in 1712 as being in the service of the Queens of Spain. (Ruvigny, Jacobite Peerage, p.206)

Several daughters can be traced in C.E. Lart, "Jacobite Extracts from the Parish Registers of St. Germain-en-Laye".