You're welcome. Hopefully you will find the ship list, and it may say who he was meeting in the U.S., and the person's address.Then you can continue the search by looking for him in that State.
If you haven't searched the SSDI yet, (Social Security Death Index), you might wish to give it a try.If he was only 16 years old in 1910, he might have lived long enough to have obtained a Social Security card in the 1950s, when SS came into existance.If you find him in the list, it will tell you in what State he died.
Looking for descendants? Try the online current white pages. Yahoo is a good one.If there are only a few, maybe you can write to them to see if they may be related. http://www.theultimates.com/white/http://www.theultimates.com/white/
Do an internet search of the name at: http://www.google.com/http://www.google.com/ Either enter the first and surname in parenthesis, or use the advanced search, and enter the name, and also other words such as Ancestry, or Genealogy, on another line.