Periodically, we have inquiries regarding people looking for Ware ancestors. This week we’ve had a couple of success stories.
A few days ago a man named Raymond Martin Ware e-mailed an inquiry about an article he has seen posted, “The Wares and the Other Wares of Kentucky.” He was related to the other Wares and in moving, he had lost his records. With Wendell Ware’s help we were able to offer him a connection to a lady researching that branch. Hopefully he will be able to reconnect and get started re-constructing his lineage paperwork.
This morning I received another inquiry from a lady in Missouri, named Elizabeth Ware Rakers. She supplied me as much information as she had, back to her Great-Grandfather, but she knew nothing of him. Within a few minutes I was able to inform her about him from one of our bios and take her back two more generations. Her great-great-great-grandfather was born in Massachusetts, so I sent her to the Ware Family Association who is responsible for the Ware line from there. Hopefully they will be able to take her back further.
Wendell Ware is helping Wayne Ware with an important connection. And Brenda Glover is going to post a story about a Ware and Daniel Boone, when she has all her information. Judy Ware is always sending me valuable information from her research. And you will probably notice that we were able to post several stories about Ware ancestors from articles Marti Martin of the Woodford County, Kentucky Historical Society has sent in. Keep up the good works All.
I just wanted to let all of you know how important you are to me and many others. Our posts have gone all around the world. Last month we had about 500 visitors; a total of over 1500 since the site was formed. And over 10,000 page views since July of last year. We rank high with the search engines and if all goes as planned, one day we will be the “Google” of all Ware information.