Educated privately and at Christ Church, Oxford, White (1859-1934) was ordained as a deacon in 1885 and priest in 1886. He was curate of Oxted (1885-86), domestic chaplain to the Bishop of Salisbury (1886-1911), vice-principal of Salisbury Theological College (1887-95), theological lecturer and chaplain of Merton College, Oxford (1895-1905), fellow of Merton (1897-1905), fellow and professor of New Testament exegesis at King's College, London (1905-20), dean of Christ Church (from 1920). Harrod described him as "so good and loyal in all his dealings, as straight as a die, not very intelligent and cultured man, but an assiduous and painstaking scholar and utterly devoted to Christ Church".
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Source: www ; DNB ; Harrod, The Prof. (1959), p. 150.
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