W.H. Ware


This Association was formed of churches in the northeastern part of Monroe county, east of the Tombigbee river. The churches had been regularly dismissed from the Judson and Aberdeen associations for the purpose of organizing a new association. …

After the adoption of a constitution, the new body was called Sipsey, and a permanent organization effected by the election of, …W.H. Ware, treasurer,…

An Executive Board was duly elected, consisting of …W.H. Ware, …”

Reference Data:

A Complete History of Mississippi Baptists, by Zachary Taylor Leavell and Thomas Jefferosn Bailey, 1904, pages 1159-60

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