Wellstood White, 95, a retired real estate businessman and farmer in Montgomery County, died Tuesday at a nursing home in Savannah, Ga., where he had been a resident for several years. He had suffered a stroke.

In the early 1930s, Mr. White joined the William Throckmorton real estate firm here as a commercial appraiser. He went into semiretirement in 1955, and with his brother, the late Henry White, operated the family farm, "Inverness," in Dickerson, Md., where he was born. The farm was sold 15 years ago.

Mr. White lived in Bethesda before moving to Georgia.

He was a 1905 graduate of the Maryland Agricultural College, now the University of Maryland, and earned a law degree from National University.

During World War I, he served in France with the Army's 78th Infantry Division. His hearing was impaired by an artillery explosion during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. He left the service in 1920 with the rank of lieutenant colonel.

During the 1920s, Mr. White worked in New York as a distributor of newsreel cameras and motion picture projectors.

Survivors include his wife, Rosalie, who is staying with their daughter, Rosalie Gaillard, in Hilton Head, S.C.; a sister, Elizabeth Tipton of Kensington, Md.; two grandhcildren, and three great-grandchildren.