George W. Ware (1837 – )

”George W. Ware, A. M., LL. B., son of George W. and Amanda Mildred (Rand) Ware, was born in Boston, Oct. 3, 1837 ; fitted for college at Boston Latin School, and Phillips Academy, Andover; Middlebury Coll., ’55—’57; Amherst Coll.,’57—’59. Harvard Law School,’59—’61; LL. B., Harvard, 1861; studied law with C. T. & T. H. Russell of Boston, ’61 ; admitted to the bar in 1861 ; admitted to the bar of the Circuit Court of the U. S., in 1868; lawyer, Boston, since ’61, residing in Belmont till ’82 ; since then in Boston. Member of Mass. House of Representatives, from Belmont and Watertown, ’72. Established a prize for Oratory in Middlebury Coll. A. M., Amherst, and Middlebury, 1868. Trustee, Middlebury Coll., since 1874. Married, Dec. 14, 1865, Alice Sophia, dau. of Edward S. Tobey, of Boston. One ‘child. P. O. address, 14 Court St., Boston, Mass.”

Source:   Biographical Record of the Alumni of Amherst College During its First Half Century, by Montague, Cowell and Biscoe, Amherst, Mass., 1883, page 344


George W. Ware (1837 – ) — 1 Comment

  1. Sometimes, I wonder how all this legal knowledge is crammed into a space as small as the human brain. This man really had an education in legal matters.


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