James Frank Ware Obituary, 1898

“Miss Nana McGRAW received a telegram last night, announcing the death of her brother-in-law, Frank WARE, of Wayne township, which occurred early in the evening. Mr. Ware was afflicted with a spinal trouble which so affected his brain that he had to be removed to Longcliff Monday, and which was the cause of his death. Miss McGraw, Mrs. Lizzie WARE and Bud WARE, who is a brother of Frank, went to the Ware home today. The funeral services will be held at the Baptist church in Kewanna, Sunday. (FRIDAY)

John McGRAW and family of South Bend, were here attending the funeral of his brother-in-law, Frank WARE. (BLUE GRASS)”

Source:  Rochester(IN) Sentinel, March 11, 1898

“Speaking of the funeral of Frank WARE the Kewanna Herald says: He was well and favorable known in this community as was shown by the number of persons attending the funeral services, which were held at the Baptist church and conducted by Rev. BAIR. The procession which followed the remains from his home near Grass Creek was one of the largest ever seen in this community, there being nearly sixty carriages in the procession. The remains were buried in the Odd Fellows cemetery just east of Kewanna. (SATURDAY)”

Source:  http://www.fulco.lib.in.us/Genealogy/Tombaugh/Obit%20Bios/Html/FulCo%20Obits_Biogs%201896-1900.htm


Rochester(IN) Sentinel, March 18, 1898


Cecil Nickell  Record added: Feb 21, 2012

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