Wares of Baltimore City and County, Maryland

Elias Ware, Elias Ware, Jr.

Members of the House of Delegates from Baltimore City from 1776 to 1880.

1846, Elias Ware, 1847, Elias Ware, Jr., 1848, Elias Ware Jr., 1851 Elias Ware, 1852, Elias Ware, 1853, Elias Ware

STATE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF 1861.

Baltimore City.—…Elias Ware, Jr. …

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Nathan H. Ware

Members or The House Of Delegates From Baltimore County, 1659

1844–…Nathan H. Ware…

1845–…Nathan H. Ware…

(Died) Ware, Nathaniel H, Feb. 4, 1864, aged about 63.

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Elias Ware, Elias Ware Jr.

Members of the Second Branch City Council from 1797 to 1881

1846–17th and 18th, Elias Ware

1849–17th and 18th, E. Ware, Jr.

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Robert G. Ware

Huntingdon Avenue M. E. Church.—The erection of this church, corner of Huntingdon and Maryland Avenues, was begun in 1860, and the lectureroom was dedicated on the 14th of April, 1861. The church proper was not dedicated until Oct. 7, 1866. The ground on which the church stands was donated by Messrs. Robert G. Ware …

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Lieut. Col. Francis Ware

On the 1st of January, 1776, the convention resolved to raise at once a force of one thousand four hundred and forty-four men, eight companies of which were to be formed into a battalion, and commanded by Col. William Smallwood, Lieut. Col. Francis Ware, …

Source:  History of Baltimore City and County From the Earliest Period to the Present Day, by J. Thomas Scharf, A.M., Louis H. Everts Publishing, Philadelphia, 1881


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Wares of Baltimore City and County, Maryland — 3 Comments

  1. Greetings,

    My name is Steven Ware. I am from Rochester, New York. My dad, Stephen Ware, is also from Rochester, New York. I am currently attempting to locate my Ware family. My grandfather’s name was Raymond Ware Sr. whom relocated to Rochester, New York by way of Delaware and Alabama. Currently, I reside in Baltimore, Maryland.

  2. Hi Shelly –

    Nathan Hammond Ware was the only child of Robert Prescott Ware’s who remained in the Baltimore/Towson, MD area. Nathan’s parents & siblings removed to Ohio in the early 1820’s. I’ll gladly share the info, I’ve compiled, with you. My email is LDickin628@aol.com
    Lynnea Dickinson
    Davenport, Iowa

  3. Hi,

    I am researching my husband’s mother side. She was a descendent of Nathan Ware (1801-1864. I have not been able to find any info on his father, Robert Prescott Ware. I am pretty sure he was also born in Maryland, and there have been claims that he served in the Maryland Militia circa 1812. Any insight on his life would be greatly appreciated.

    Regards,

    Shelly in Ohio

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