Patrick Herbert White (4 November 1856 - 5 December 1934) was a barrister and local politician.
The son of a Church of England clergyman from Kensington, White was educated at Liverpool College and Peterhouse, Cambridge, graduating with a bachelor of laws degree in 1879. He entered the Inner Temple and was called to the bar in 1882. A member of the "low church" wing of the Church of England, White was the parliamentary agent and organising secretary of the Church Association.
In July 1893 he was co-opted onto the London School Board, to fill a casual vacancy at Lambeth East. At the next school board elections in 1894 he was elected as a representative of the City of London. Three years later he lost his seat.
He subsequently moved to Hook Heath, Woking in Surrey. He was subsequently a member of Surrey County Council, and chairman of Woking Urban District Council.
- White, Patrick Herbert. A Cambridge Alumni Database.