John Alexander Ware (1864 – 1954)

John Alexander Ware
Added by: PJ Sheridan

“John was the son of Jacob See Ware and Margaret Rinehart Ware, both West Virginia natives.John married Cora Ameda Evans,daughter of Martin and Cynthia Locke Evans.They had 8 children: Lula O. Ware born 1888 and died 1890 in Grove,Kansas
Jacob M.Ware born and died 1890 in Grove,Kansas
Charles Elmer Ware b.1892 and died 1958 in Reedley,Kings, California.
Ina Mae Ware b.1896 and died 1972 in Blue Eye, Missouri.
Bertha Magaret Ware b. 1898 and died 1899 Crab Orchard, Sod, Nebraska.
James Henry Ware b.1900 and d.1977 in Sanger, Kings, California.
Ruth Elsey Ware b.1902 and died 1994 in Kimberling City, Stone, Missouri.
Arthur Ware b.1903 and d.1991 in Oak Grove, Carroll, Arkansas.
John had 5 siblings: Virginia Catherine Ware b.1851 in West Virginia and died from a rattlesnake bite in Monroe County, Iowa in 1860.
Eli Newton Ware b.1853 and died in Bible Grove, Scotland, Missouri. He married Anna Catherine Chancellor.
Mary Estaline Ware b.1856 date of death unknown. She married William Willard.
Stephen Douglas Ware b.1858 -n Monroe County,Iowa and d. unknown.  He married Mary Elizabeth Pyatt.
Rosanna Elizabeth Ware b.1861 and died in Minneapolis, Ottawa, Kansas. She married Porter Winter Allison.
John was the grandson of Richard “Dickie” and Mary “Polly” Wilson Ware, and John Matthias and Rosanna Custer Rinehart. The great-grandson of George and Katherine Riffle of Randolph County,West Virginia.Francis and Rachel, Randolph of Virginia and Johann George and Anna Catherine Gohn of Fincastle, Botetourt,Virginia. John’s father Jacob See Ware died in Nashville less than a year after his (John’s) birth, Jacob was serving with the Company C 10th Regiment of the Iowa Volunteers.
John was a farmer and lived just north of Oak Grove ,Arkansas.”


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