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Henshaw s Scottsboro Funeral Home
1502 County Park Road
Scottsboro , AL 35769
(256) 574-3965
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Frank H. White, second African-American judge in Pinellas County's ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Decatur, Ala., the eldest of seven children. At age 10, his mother, the principal of a black elementary school, took him to a courtroom to watch a famous trial. Nine black youths known as the "Scottsboro boys" had been accused of raping two white girls. Despite the outcome, decried as an example of racial injustice, a young Frank White was enthralled by the cross-examination of an alleged victim by defense attorney Samuel Leibowitz. "It was a masterpiece," Judge White recalled years later. "He showed that her story wasn't, and could not have been, true." His family moved to Winter Haven when Judge White was a teenager. He attended Bethune-Cookman College, was drafted into the Army for two years, then finished his undergraduate studies at Howard University in Washington, D.C. He then married Clearwater native Elaine Carson. In retirement, he continued a lifelong pursuit of reading and cared for his wife, who by then suffered health problems. Elaine White, his wife of 60 years, died in April. Judge White also had multiple health problems, including a stroke. His family is now going through folders containing his notes and some writings, much of which center on racial discrimination. "He wrote a lot about that," his brother said. "He wanted to challenge some of the longstanding rules and laws that existed that excluded African-Americans from being real citizens." Andrew Meacham can be reached at or (727) 892-2248.

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