Daniel White was the eleventh and youngest child of William and Mary Darling White. He was born on December 11, 1831, in Monongalia County, Virginia. On August 10, 1851, he married Rebecca Stiles, born January 4, 1832, died July 18, 1875. They had twelve children. One child, George, born April 10, 1866, only lived a couple of months until his death on June 6, 1866. He and his wife, Rebecca, were living in Monongalia County, West Virginia during the 1860 Census and his mother, Mary Darling White was living with him. His father, William White, had died in March of 1860. Daniel may have been living at the William White homestead at that time. On September 25, 1861, Daniel enlisted in Company N of the 6th (West) Virginia Volunteer Infantry and served until June 18, 1865. Daniel was the First Sergeant of Company N. He developed a problem with "piles" in February 1864, when they were fighting between Webster and Philippi, West Virginia. He developed a heart problem on May 17, 1864, between Fairmont and Worthington, West Virginia. Daniel was wounded in the left knee at Morgantown, West Virginia on April 15, 1865. After Rebecca Stiles' death, Daniel married Martha Lynch on April 7, 1877. Daniel and Martha had one child, Claude White, born on February 15, 1878. Martha died on August 29, 1878. On July 1, 1880, Daniel married his third wife, Rebecca Belle Huey. They had no children. Daniel received a pension from the United States, from March 21, 1883 to November 5, 1904, for his Army service. He lived in Aleppo Township, Green County, Pennsylvania for some years. He moved to Milton, West Virginia before the first White Reunion in 1889. Daniel White died on August 5, 1904, in Milton, West Virginia.