from the Utica Daily JournalCol. Amos H. White. Col. Amos H. White died suddenly at his home in Detroit Wednesday, of heart disease. He leaves a widow and a son. The colonel was a valued member of De- troit Commandery, of the Loyal Legion and of Detroit Post, No. 244. He was universally esteemed for his many fine traits of character, and not a man in Grand Army circles was his enemy. Of late years he had been practically an invalid, chiefly on account of wounds re- ceived in the War of the Rebellion. He was never absent from roll call in De- troit post rooms during the daytime, but seldom attended the regular meetings in the evening. Funeral services were held at his late home yesterday at 1 o'clock, and the remains escorted to the depot by delegations from the Loyal and De- troit Post. Interment will be at Canajo- harie. Amos Hall White was born at Ames, Montgomery county, June 27, 1837. He was mustered as first lieutenant of Com- pany D, Fifth New York Cavalry, Sep- tember 31, 1861; promoted to captain De- cember 9, 1861; made major January 30, 1863; promoted to lieutenant colonel Sep- tember 18, 1864; and given a colonelcy November 14, 1864. He was mustered out with his regiment at the close of the war July 19, 1865, at Hart Island, New York harbor. He served on the staff of Gen. Sheridan in the latter part of 1864 in the Shenandoah Valley.