Henry Ware (1846 – )

"Ware, Henry, Concord, p. o. Springville, was born in Devonshire,
England, May 11, 1846, and came to the United States about 1869 
and settled in Connecticut, engaging in the service of the 
Hartford and Connecticut Valley Railroad and later with the 
Hartford, Providence and Fishkill, and also with the New York 
and New England. In 1884 he came to Rochester and entered the 
service of the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg Railroad as 
roadmaster, which position he still holds. In 1878 be married
Julia F., daughter of Lucius G. Standish, a direct descendant
of Miles Standish, of Plymouth Rock; they are the parents of
one son, Lloyd Standish Ware. Mr. Ware has served the village
of Springville two years as trustee, and has been elected 
president of the village three times; is now serving his third
term. He takes an active interest in educational and religious
institutions."

Source:  Our County and its people  A descriptive work on
Erie County, New York  Edited by: Truman C. White, The
Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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