Patricia Gwendoline White

FatherWilliam White (c 1887-1974)
MotherLouisa Annie Thomas (1893-1975)
Patricia Gwendoline White, daughter of William White and Louisa Annie Thomas, was born in Kenora District, Ontario, CanadaG, on 17 March 1913.1 She died in Thunder Bay, OntarioG, on 15 July 1992.2 She married in Bedworth, OntarioG, on 27 May 1933, Frederick John Snider, son of Conrad Snider and Lucy Tuckey.3 Frederick was born in Kenora District, OntarioG, on 26 December 1914.4 He died aged 52 at Port Arthur, Thunder Bay District, OntarioG, on 5 April 1967.5
     Frederick served in the military police in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II. He changed his name from Schneider to Snider in 1960.6,7

 Notes & Citations

  1. "Ontario, Canada, Births" (Ancestry transcript), "Patricia Gwendoline White, 17 Mar 1913, Kenora, d. of William White & Louisa Thomas."
  2. Copy death certificate of Patricia Gwendolyn Snider, died 15 July 1992, registered 17 July 1992 in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, "Patricia Gwendolyn Snider d. at Thunder Bay, 15 July 1992, bur. 17 July 1992. Certificate issued to Betty Jeanne Grant, of Dryden, Ontario, daughter, by Sargent & Son Ltd, funeral directors."
  3. Copy marriage certificate of Fred Schneider and Patricia Gwendoline White, married 27 May 1933 at Bedworth, Ontario, Canada,.
  4. Copy birth certificate of Frederick John Schneider, born 26 December 1914, registered in Kenora, Ontario, Canada,.
  5. Copy death certificate of Frederick John Snider, died 5 April 1967, registered 7 April 1967 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada,.
  6. Email from Betty-Jeanne Grant to Chris Sackett, December 2012.
  7. Newspaper cutting in possession of Betty Jeanne Grant.
Sackett line6th great-granddaughter of Richard Sackett of South Weald, Essex
ChartsLine 6 (English)
Sackett Family Association descendants
Betty-Jeanne Grant.
Last Edited18 Jan 2013

Place names

Place names are linked to the Place Index, with lists of people having events at each place (down to county level).

Google Maps

The superscripted 'G' after place names is a link to the Google Map for that place.


Icons and are links to Text and Image exhibits.

Sackett lines

English line of Thomas Sackett the elder & other English lines
American line of Thomas Sackett the elder through Simon Sackett the colonist
Line of John Sackett of New Haven