Loammi Goodenow Ware (1827 – 1891)


”Ware, L. G. Ten Years of a Ministry. A Sermon preached in the First Congregational Church in Burlington, Vermont, Sunday, the Ninth of November, 1873. By L. G. Ware. Burlington : Free Press Printing House. 1873. 8vo, pp. 15.

—Sermon, 1867.

Sermon in Memory of Henry Loom is, preached Dec. 26, 1886. Free Press Association.

In Memoriam. Jane Haswell Boot. Remarks at her Funeral. Burlington : Aug. 9, 1884.

In Memoriam. Samuel White Thayer. Sermon preached Nov. 19, 1882. Free Press Association.

In Memory of Loammi Goodenough Ware. Privately printed. Burlington, Vt. : 1892. 8vo, pp. 53.

Contains portrait; biographical sketch ; reports of services in Burlington and Boston ; sonnet by Mrs. Dorr, &c. &c.

Mr. Ware was born in Boston, August 1,1827; graduated from Harvard College 1850 and from Harvard Divinity School, 1853. Pastor of Christ Church, Augusta, Me., 1854-7; of First Congregational (Unitarian) Society, Burlington, Vt., 1863-91. He received from the University of Vermont, 1889, the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters, being the only person on whom that degree has been conferred by that University.

Died at Burlington, April 10, 1891. ‘When he died the whole city in its moral, social and patriotic life lost a great friend, benefactor, educator, inspirer and illuminator.’  ”

Source:  The Bibliography of Vermont, Vol. 1, by Marcus Davis Gilman, printed by the Free Press Association, Burlington, 1897, page 321

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