Storer Preble Ware (1881 – 1939)

“WARE, Storer Preble, commercial paper; b. Roxbury, Mass., July 25, 1881: s. Moses Everett and Agnes (Wheeler) Ware: prep. edn. pub. and pvt. schos.:  A.B. , Harvard, 1902: m. Elizabeth Upton Kinman, of Salem, Mass., Oct. 19, 1907;  8 children, Ruth Preble, Storer Preble Jr., Nathaniel, in foreign exchange dept.

Am. Express Co. Boston, Mar.-Sept., 1902; with Adams & Co., bankers and brokers, 1902-3; became connected with Bond & Goodwin, corpn. and collateral loans,  Jan., 1903, mem. of firm since 1908.

Republican.  Unitrian.  Clubs: Algonquin, Tennis and Racquet (Boston); Harvard (Boston and New York), Brookline County.  Recreations: golf, tennis.

Home: Hingham, Mass.  Office: 35 Congress St., Boston.”

Source:  Who’s Who in New England, Vol. 3, by Albert Nelson Marquis, A.N. Marquis and Co. Publisher, Chicago, 1916, 1110


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Storer Preble Ware (1881 – 1939) — 3 Comments

  1. He is also my great grandfather. My Grandfather was Abbot K Ware. I would love to see the family tree information that your grandmother Nancy left you. I met Nancy a couple of times, she was a lovely women.

  2. Storer Preble Ware I was born 25 July 1881 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He married Elizabeth Upton Kinsman on 19 October 1907 in Brookline, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. He died 5 August 1939 in Jamaica Plain, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He was a banker.
    From the Boston Herald, Sunday, August 6, 1939, page 35:

    Storer P. Ware, 58, Of Westwood Dead

    Storer Preble Ware, 58, of Gay street. Westwood, former president and director of Bond and Goodwin, Inc., Boston investment house, died yesterday at the Faulkner Hospital, Jamaica Plain, after a month’s illness.

    A native of Roxbury, Mr. Ware was a graduate of Harvard College, class of 1902. He entered the investment business a few years after graduation and was active in that business until his death. He was a member of the Tennis and Racquet Club, The Country Club, Harvard Club and Fly Club.

    Besides his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth (Kinsman) Ware, he leaves three sons, Storer P. Ware, Jr., of New York; Nathanial Ware and Abbot K. Ware, both of Westwood; three daughters, Mrs. Henry Warner of Lincoln, Mrs. Horace Bailey of New York and Miss Nancy Ware of Westwood, and a sister, Mrs. J.H. Rhoades of New York.

    Services will be held tomorrow at 4 p.m. at the First Parish Church in Westwood.

  3. This is my great grandfather. I will try to add all of the family history I have – there is quite alot in a family bible that my grandmother, Nancy Ware Cutler (after whom I am named) showed me several years ago.

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