“WARE, Francis Morgan; Horseman and author. Since 1890 regular Judge at all horse shows in America; pres of Delta Kappa Epsilon at Harvard; Hasty Pudding Club; Harvard treas., mgr, and dir. of Am Horse Exchange, Ltd., New York.
Born Feb. 3, 1858 at Cambridge, Mass, son of Rev. John Fothergill Waterhouse and Helen Ware Rice , Ware.
Received A.B. at Harvard in 1879. From 1883-87 was sec for Henry Astor Carey, Newport; from 1889-91 manager for different racing stables; later undertook newspaper work ; horse dealing from 1891-94.
Author, ‘First Hand Bits of Stable Lore’, 1901; ‘ Our Noblest Friend the House’ 1901; ‘Driving’ 1903. Regular contributor prose and verse to all sporting pubs.
Home: 331 West 83rd St. Office: 1634 Broad, NY City, USA”
Source: Who’s Who in the World 1912, edited by H.L. Motter, The International Who’s Who Publishing Co., New York, CC 1911, page 1068