“WARE–In Salem Mass., Fourth mo., 30th, 1883, Hulda V. Ware, wife of Horace C. Ware, aged 63 years; a member of Salem Monthly Meeting.
She was largely given to hospitality, and careful to fulfill the duty of feeding the hungry and clothing the naked. In her intercourse with her friends and the world around her she manifested an unselfish spirit, remembering the injunction, ‘let each esteem other better than himself.’ Although the summons was briefly to leave this earthly life, yet we reverently believe that through her faith and trust in her precious Saviour, she had been granted and entrance into that heavenly city, ‘whose walls are salvation and whose gates are praise.’ ”
Friends Review: A Religious, Literary and Misc. Journal, Vol. 36, by Samuel Rhoads and Enoch Lewis, 1883, page 793