“James S. Ware was admitted to the bar in February, 1884, and still has an office in connection with Law Judge James R. Hoagland, with whom he studied law. Mr. Ware is one of the foremost of the younger embers of the Bridgeton bar. For several years past he had held the position of solicitor of the Bridgeton Board of Health.
Mr. Ware is a native of this city, the son of our townsman, Joseph M. Ware, February 15, 1862, was the date of his birth. he studied at the Third ward public school and South Jersey Institute, graduating from the later in the class of ’79. Soon afterward he entered upon his law studies.
Joseph M. Ware
In addition to his legal practice Mr. Ware is a member of the firm of Ware & The International Navigation Company and dispose of many tickets to persons desiring to make a voyage across the seas.”
Source: A Souvenir of Bridgeton, New Jersey, by William B. Kirby and J. Ward Richardson, News Job Printing House, Bridgeton, NJ, 1895, page 85.