Edward Parrish Ware (1883 -1949)

Birth: Nov. 20, 1883
Arkansas, USA
Death: Sep. 1, 1949
Phoenix
Maricopa County
Arizona, USA

Buried on September 2, 1949.

Died in Maricopa County Hospital.

Home at death: 522 North 2nd Street, Phoenix.

Wife: Luzella

His parents were Lesslie Ware & Ida Brookfield. (Both were born in Arkansas.)

Occupation: Writer

Source of above information: Death Certificate

Famous author: Among his many “pulp” short-stories are
– “The Brown Mouse” (“Weird Tales” magazine, April, 1924)
– “The Better Breed” (“The Frontier” magazine, February, 1925)
– “The Black Pearls of Powhattan” (“Short Stories” magazine, May 25, 1925)
– “The Jungle Passes” (“The Frontier” magazine, October, 1925)
– “Calhoun’s Partner” (“Detective Fiction Weekly”, May 19, 1934)
– “The Curse of the Skull” (“Clues Detective Stories” magazine, January, 1934)
– “The Devil’s Eyeballs” (“Clues Detective Stories” magazine, September, 1934)
– “Vampire Blood” (“Clues Detective Stories” magazine, October, 1934)

 

Source:  FindAGrave

NWO  Record added: Oct 25, 2008


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