The English origins of the White family have recently been discovered and published.  These articles correct many errors and theories which have been published regarding these Mayflower families. The family originated in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England, however, it is likely Resolved White never lived in England as his parents had moved to Leiden, Holland, in 1608.
Resolved White, son of William and Susanna (Jackson) White, was born about 1615 probably in Leiden, Holland, Netherlands, where his parents moved about 1608. He deposed that he was age 59 in 1674 and aged 63 in 1678.
A precise date of 9 September 1615 which can be found on the internet is unsupported by any record. Statements that his parents never lived in Leiden so they must have joined the Mayflower in London are incorrect.
In the 1623 Plymouth division of land William White received five acres as a passenger on the Mayflower (even though he had been dead for two years). In the 1627 Plymouth division of cattle Resolved White and Peregrine White were the tenth and eleventh persons in the third company.
Resolved married, first, Judith Vassall, daughter of William Vassall, on 18 April 1640 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony. This date is recorded in the Plymouth Colony Records. It should be noted that the Scituate Vital Records state they were married 5 November 1640. The reason for the discrepancy between these two dates is not known. Judith (c. 1619-1670) was the daughter of William and Ann (King) Vassal. William's 1655 will specifically names daughter Judith White, wife of Resolved White.
Resolved White married, second, Abigail Unknown, widow of William Lord, on October 5, 1674 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.
Plymouth Colony Etc.
Just before his marriage to Judith, 3 Aug 1640, Resolved White was granted 100 acres in Scituate, next to Mr. William Vassal's land. He was granted more land in Scituate 7 Mar 1642/3.
Judith's father, William Vassall, left New England in 1646, eventually settling in Barbadoes, where he acquired land and died in between 1655 and 1657. He divided his estate among his children. Two deeds indicate that Resolved and perhaps Judith, visited Barbados for the purpose of settling William's estate. 17 Mar 1656/7 Resolved White of Scituate in New Plymouth in New England, gentleman, and his wife Judith, daughter of William Vassall of this Island [Barbados], Esq. sold to Nicholas Ware of St. Michael's, merchant, their one fifth of two thirds of Vassal's plantation in St. Michael's. A couple of months later, 11 May 1657, Resolved witnessed the sale by Mary Vassal of Barbados to her brother-in-law, the same Nicholas Ware as above, her share of her father William Vassal's plantation.
Resolved White became a Plymouth Colony freeman 1 Jun 1658.
Resolved of Scituate, planter, sold land in Scituate to William Wills in 1662 and in 1663, Judith, his wife acknowledged the deed. This included land he recieved by deed of gift from William Vassal in 1646.
He was elected as the surveyor of highways in Marshfield 3 Jun 1668 and Mr. Resolved White was on the 29 May 1670 list of freeman in Marshfield.
21 April 1669 Resolved White, husbandman, of Marshfield sold to Humphrey Johnson his rights in the Common in Scituate etc., in which he had formerly been a resident.
He and Peregrine were refered to as brother in the will of Gov. Josiah Winslow 2 July 1675, who left him a suit of clothes and a cloak. Resolved's mother married Josiah Winslow's father in 1621.
Resolved was elected a freeman in Salem 19 May 1680.
Resolved's second wife, Abigail, named her now husband, Resolved, in her 1682 will.
Resolved White died after 19 September 1687 presumably in Marshfield, Plymouth Colony. On that date his son William White quitclaimed his rights to land to John Branch, mentioning his father, but not as "deceased," and mentioning the earlier deed of "my father Mr. Resolved White." 
Noted Pilgrim researcher George Bowman stated that Resolved White died between 1690 and 1694.  While not impossible or even unlikely, the record evidence for these dates is not known. These dates of 1690 and 1694 are commonly found on the internet, but are not used here until the primary records are found to support them.
No death, burial or probate record was recorded for Resolved White. This was not uncommon in the time. He perhaps had already given away all of his land and possessions to his children and had no need of a will.
Children of Resolved White and Judith Vassal: 
William White son of Resolved, Scituate, April 10, 1642 
John White son of Resolved, Scituate, 11th March 1644
Samuel White son of Resolved, Scituate, 13 March 1646 
Resolved White son of Resolved, Scituate 12 November 1647 
Anna (White) Hayward daughter of Resolved, Scituate 4 June 1649 
Elizabeth White daughter of Resolved, Scituate, 4 June 1652 
Josiah White son of Resolved, Scituate, 29 September 1654 
↑ The American Genealogist, vol. 89 no. 2 (April 2017): 81-94.
↑ The American Genealogist, vol. 89 no. 3 (July 2017): 168-188.
↑ Mayflower Families cites Essex Quarterly Courts Vol VI p. 112, but it is not there.
↑ Mayflower Descendant: A Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy and History. Boston, MA: Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1899- . (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2010) (1935) Vol 33:99 Link at AmericanAncestors ($)
↑ Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Massachusetts, 1636-1686]] (The Essex Institute, 1919) Vol. 7 1678-1680 pp 112
↑ Bradford's History Bradford, William. History of Plymouth Plantation (Massachusetts Historical Society, 1856) pp 448, "Mr. William White, and Susana, his wife, and one sone, caled Resolved, and one borne a ship-bord, caled Peregriene; & 2, servants, named William Holbeck & Edward Thomson. p. 452 "Mr. White and his 2, servants dyed soone after ther landing. His wife maried with Mr. Winslow (as is before noted). His 2 sons are maried, and Resolved hath 5. children, Perigrine tow, all living. So their increase are 7."
↑ Pulsifer, David. New Plymouth Colony; Records of the colony of New Plymouth, in New England Vol. 12 Deeds, &c. Vol. 1 1620-1651 & Book of Indian Records for their lands (New York : AMS Press, 1861) 12:4.
The American Genealogist, vol. 89 no. 2 (April 2017):81-94. The English Origin and Kinship of Mayflower Passengers William1 White and Dorothy1 (May) Bradford of Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, by Caleb Johnson, Sue Allen and Simon Neal.
The American Genealogist, vol. 89 no. 3 (July 2017):168-188. The English Origin and Kinship of Mayflower Passengers William1 White and Dorothy1 (May) Bradford of Wisbech, Cambridgeshire (cont.), by Caleb Johnson, Sue Allen and Simon Neal.
Shurtleff, Nathaniel ed. Records of the Colony of New Plymouth, in New England, vol. 8: Miscellaneous Records 1633-1689. (Boston, 1857): 19. HathiTrust.org LINK
Pilgrim Notes and Queries, volume 5 (1917): page 87. Plymouth County Mass., Records of Deed, by the editor. Books.google.com LINK
The Mayflower Descendant, volume 2 (Boston, 1900): page 120. The Mayflower Genealogies, by George Bowman. Books,google.com LINK
William Bradford's list of "Decreasings and Increasings," 1650. Vol. 1 (1899), page 10, Entry # 6."The Mayflower Descendant: A Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy and History. Boston, MA: Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1899- . (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2010)
Mayflower Births and Deaths, Vol. 1 and 2 (Ancestry Publication)
Torrey, Clarence Almon. Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1985) Resolved White, Birth 1614; Marriage to Judith Vassall, 5 Nov 1640, Scituate, Plymouth Colony (Plymouth County, MA); Death About 1685
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Resolved by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree: