Louis Ware . . . died in Lewiston, Maine, August 14, 1882, . . . was for a time a student in Harvard College, was expelled for his intemperate habits, came to Maine, became a brickmaker, married a daughter of Andrew Bubier of Lewiston, settled on a farm in the north western confines of Lisbon, lost his property by excessive use of strong drink; reformed, became a Washingtonian, accumulated a handsome property, mostly by brickmaking in Lewiston [near Ware and Russell Streets]; he was of large stature, stout, smoked tobacco; For his many good qualities was kindly regarded by those who knew him.
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