Albert E. Ware

“An improved Sap Bucket has been patented by Mr. Albert E. Ware, of Hancock, N. H. The object of this invention is to so shape the corner pieces of sap bucket covers that they will serve the twofold purpose of a clasp and an emptying spout.”

Reference Data:

Scientific American, 1878, page 133


Albert E. Ware — 2 Comments

  1. Looking for more info on Albert Ware he was married to Rose or Rosa Ware. I was told they came from England 1841 is as far back as I could go. I think it is the oldest village still in existence. He was my grandfather’s dad his name was Roger Ware and his wife was Nettie Ware.

  2. I knew there were some saps in the WARE family somewhere 🙂 Takes a maple tree to bring ’em out. Good one Vicki.


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