James Thomas Ware Obituary, 1930

“Jamaes  Thomas Ware Called by Death

Cambridge Idaho Thursday Feb 20, 1930

Cambridge.  Another citizen with a record of a long residence in the Upper Country was called to his reward yesterday  when death took James T. Ware who had been ill at a Weiser hospital for the past six weeks. Mr. Ware had suffered from an enlargement of the arteries near the heart for a number of years and the affliction finally resulted in his demise.

Funeral service will be at the Congregational church at Indian Valley tomorrow Friday afternoon at one p.m. and burial will be made in the Indian Valley cemetery.

James Ware was born in Lane county, Oregon, June 18,1854. He grew to manhood in the Williamette Valley and on Nov 18,1877 he was united in marriage with Harriett L. Bailey. Two sons were born to them, P.H. and Paul who reside here. In 1884 Mr. Ware and his family went to Crook county in central Oregon and resided (unfortunately newspaper got worn out so if anyone wanted to order this one need to order to Upper country news reporter newspapers)

I am lost on about three sentences but then most important are about surivors

One sister, Mrs. Caroline Bailey of Yakima Wash, and two brothers, James of Lebaon Oregon and Dugus of Eugene, Oregon.

During his lifetime, Mr. ware devoted of his time to livestock raising. He was a citizen who commanded the respect of all who knew and dealt with im because of his intergrity and sense of fairness. whatever he attempted to do he gave it all his energy to bring the matter to a successful conclusion. He was not a man to intrude with his opinions but one whose advice was often sought and given heed to. In the Indian Valley section where he resided for so many years, he has a great many freinds who regret tha tis work on the earth is (now the last two sentences were worn out) I had this obituary in 1989 and it was printed from library paper.”

Source:  FindAGrave

E. Cecil  Record added: Mar 12, 2010

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