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Agnes Ward White (1857–1943) was the wife of former West Virginia Governor Albert B. White and served as that state's First Lady, 1901–1905. She was born in 1857 at Marietta, Ohio. In 1879, she married Albert B. White. The Whites lived at Parkersburg, West Virginia, where Albert was publisher of the State Journal. She was one of the more private first ladies and shunned the role of hostess. After leaving office, the Whites returned to Parkersburg, where she died in 1943.

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  • Agnes Ward White (1857–1943) was the wife of former West Virginia Governor Albert B. White and served as that state's First Lady, 1901–1905. She was born in 1857 at Marietta, Ohio. In 1879, she married Albert B. White. The Whites lived at Parkersburg, West Virginia, where Albert was publisher of the State Journal. She was one of the more private first ladies and shunned the role of hostess. After leaving office, the Whites returned to Parkersburg, where she died in 1943.
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  • Agnes Ward White (1857–1943) was the wife of former West Virginia Governor Albert B. White and served as that state's First Lady, 1901–1905. She was born in 1857 at Marietta, Ohio. In 1879, she married Albert B. White. The Whites lived at Parkersburg, West Virginia, where Albert was publisher of the State Journal. She was one of the more private first ladies and shunned the role of hostess. After leaving office, the Whites returned to Parkersburg, where she died in 1943.
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