Georgia Colonial Headrights 8 Jun 1784 200 A John White, Long Creek Wilkes Co. Vol. H p. 215 #55285 Adj. David Williams, Brownfield, Job Caloway and vacant lands
CALHOUN, GEORGE, Sr., of Mecklenburg Co. N. C., power of atty. to son-in-law John White to attend to all business in Ga., especially to secure a legacy due from my son David Calhoun, dec'd., and also a slave Pol, formerly the property of said David, but now my own as appears by a bill of sale June 7, 1781. Nov. 14, 1786. Samuel Calhoun, Test. Wilkes Co. GA Deed Bk. AA-109
So apparently the wife of John White was the daughter of George (Sr.) Calhoun of Mecklenburg County, NC.
Rowan County, NC Deed Bk. 11 p. 307 20 Nov 1786 John White and wf Jane of Wilkes Co. GA to Mary White for £50 100 A on W side of Davidson Crk adj. David White and John Linsey.Being part of a tract granted Moses White Sr. on 21 Dec 1761.Wit:Edward Givens, Richard Mason, William Caldwell. (Deed Bk. 4 p. 602 dated 21 Dc 1761 306 A on W side of Davidson' Crk, Granville to Moses White.
Rowan County, NC Deed Bk. 7, p. 97 18 Feb 1769 Moses White to his son John White for love, 100 A adj John Miller. James & Moses White .Eleanor White makes her mark.
So it appears John White was the son of Moses White of Rowan County, NC.
WHITE, JOHN and wife Jean of Greene Co., to Joseph Callaway of Wilkes Co., 150 acres adj. Job Callaway, orig. grant 1785 to Moses White. Dec. 15, 1787. John Harvey, Robt. Wilson, Test. Wilkes Co. Deed Bk. DD GA Colonial Headrights 1784 150 A Long Creek to Moses White Vol. A p. 332 #54821
This grant to Moses White must have been after he wrote his will in 1783 and before it was probated in 1786.
So, what became of John White and his wife Jean Calhoun?