June 21, 1811 …Jairus Ware, of Wrentham, and Nahum Mitchell, of Bridgewater, Associate Justices.
June 16, 1819, Jairus Ware, of Wrentham, was appointed Justice …
April 16, 1822, Jairus Ware, of Wrentham, was appointed Chief Justice …
Sept. 1, 1826, Jairus Ware, of Wrentham, having been elected Clerk of the Courts of Norfolk County, resigned his position as Chief Justice of the Court of Sessions for Norfolk County …
May 22, 1835, the record is as follows: “The new Board of County Commissioners and Special Commissioners appeared, and were qualified by James Richardson and Jairus Ware, appointed to qualify civil officers in said county.”
NEEDHAM. GRANTVILLE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY (Trinitarian). Organized 1847. — Pastor, Rev. Jonathan Edwards, settled March 1, 1876; Deacons, Ruel Ware, George D. Ware; Clerk of Society, Frank L. Fuller; Clerk of Church, Flavius J. Lake; Treasurer,Henry L. Sanderson; Parish Committee, Flavius J. Lake, Hugh McLeod, George D. Ware. Number of members, 85. Supt. of Sunday School, Henry L. Sanderson. 12 teachers, 90 scholars.
MEDWAY. BAPTIST SOCIETY (west Medway). Organized March 11, 1819. —Pastor, Rev. Seth J. Axtell, Jr., settled Dec. 1, 1870; Deacons, Wales Kimball, John S. Smith, Horace C. Messenger; Clerk of Society and Church, Elbridge G.Ware; Treasurer, George S. Rice; Parish Committee, Waies Kimball, George S. Rice, Charles F. Harding. Number of members, 109. Supt. of Sunday School, Rev. Seth J. Axtell, Jr. 15 teachers, 120 scholars.
NORFOLK. CLEAVELAND RELIGIOUS SOCIETY (Trinitarian). Organized April 30, 1832. — Pastor Rev. Ephraim N. Hidden supplies. Deacons, Levi Mann, Lathrop C.Keith; Clerk of Society and Church, Lathrop C. Keith; Treasurer of Society, Levi Blake; Treasurer of Church, Lathrop C. Keith; Parish Committee, Levi Mann, Silas E. Fales, Asa B. Ware. Number of members, 42. Supt. of Sunday School, Levi Mann. 8 teachers, 45 scholars.
BROOKLINE. FIRST PARISH OF BROOKLINE (Unitarian). Organized 1705. — Pastor, Rev. Howard N. Brown, settled 1873; Deacons, Benjamin B. Davis, Abijah W. Goddard; Clerk of Society, Charles H. Stearns; Treasurer, Edward S. Philbrick; Parish Committee, Frank C. Cabot, Charles D. Head, Charles P. Ware, Miss Martha C. Stevenson, Miss S. B. R. Clark. Number of members, 75. Supt. of Sunday School, Rev. Howard N. Brown. 15 teachers, 70 scholars.
William G. Ware
Grand Jurors for the Year 1876
Hiram Ware, Wrentham
PETIT JURORS FOR SUPERIOR COURT
Augusta L. Ware, Medway
Horace E. Ware
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
Horace E. Ware
Horace E. Ware
Fire Wardens – William S. Ware, …
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK, FRANKLIN.
President, Davis Thayer, Jr.; Vice-Presidents, Henry M. Greene, James M. Freeman, James P. Ray, Albert E. Daniels, Daniel A. Cook, A. H. Morse; Trustees, Joseph G. Ray, A. A. Fletcher, E. H. Sherman, Walde Daniels, J. L. Fitzpatrick, Erastus L. Metcalf, Joseph Harrod, Wm. B. Nolen, William E. Whiting, C. W. Stewart, Hugh McParland, John P. Farmer, F. L. Metcalf, Henry R. Jenks, George W. Wiggin, E. P. Chapman, of Franklin; Calvin Fairbanks, C. H. Cutler, of Bellingham; George Shelden, of Wrentham; Josiah Ware of Norfolk; Secretary and Treasurer, C. W. Stewart. Number of depositors, Oct. 31, 1876, 1,113. Amount of deposits, Oct. 31, 1876, $222,852.84.
Asa B. Ware
Republican. — Asa B. Ware, Chairman …
Centre– …Miss Emma C. Ware, one term each.
Miss Annie Ware, 20 scholars
Surveyors of Ways
Jabez Ware, Elijah Ware