Not only am I 'bowled over' by your contact, but my wife and her sisters (who are direct descendants of Thomas Abraham White and Elizabeth Hall through their (only) daughter Edith Elizabeth) are absolutely thrilled by your contact, so thanks for making several of your 'cousins' so very happy!
Is it correct that Thomas Abraham White and Elizabeth Hall's son, George (i.e. your Great Grandfather) went to live in the Gloucester area? and do you know anything about George and Edith's other brother, William (Bill), for apparently Edith had been returning from visiting Bill's widow (don't know her name) when she (Edith that is) was knocked down and killed by a hit-and-run driver (12 April 1960).
As I wrote in my (goodness me, was it ever 2008?!) genealogy.com message, we have photos of family members, plus other information, and it would be good to share what we have.Do you have much information on George's side of the family, plus anything on his siblings?
Are you also aware that after Elizabeth (nee Hall) died, that Thomas Abraham White remarried, and had another 6 children?!-but for the moment I'll return to the children of his first marriage, and especially to Edith Elizabeth who married Cecil R.J.Powditch.
For my sins (some of them, anyway!) I undertook detailed research into the Powditch family (and thus the White branch) from the mid-1980s onwards.If you look at this link (http://www.powditch.plus.com/homepages/about_me.htm) you will be able to discover more about me and the family, as well as findcontact details.
I look forward to hearing from you, and discovering not only how we can share the fruits of our research, but also (especially from my wife's angle) learning about your side of the family (incidentally, my wife and her three sisters are one generation less than yourself in respect of Thomas and Elizabeth, for that couple were my wife's etc'sGreat Grandparents.
All the best for now, and thanks again for bringing large rays of happiness into our home yesterday evening, especially as before your message arrived, my wife had been feeling rather down!