About Vicki

I am the last in my family line to carry the name Ware. It is my middle name. I am interested in learning about my ancestors, because all my mother’s family were past about the time I was born. I began researching like most of us start, with a casual curiosity, which has developed into a healthy obsession. I’ve been learning how and where to research for several years, and have amassed a lot of interesting information. But the most important part of this journey into the past, is the connections I have made with family members many times removed, but who share a common interest as well as common ancestors. I can now say with pride that I am a member of a large and varied family. I hope that this website can help fill in the blanks, put the pieces of the puzzle together, and solve the mysteries of your past.
~ Captain Jack Sparrow

Capt. James Ware (1778 – 1825)

.     Capt. James Ware  1778 – 1832 Nancy Garland Pendleton 1786 – 1825 by Iris Teta Eubank Wagner 3rd great-granddaughter Capt. James Ware  was born December 25, 1778 in Amherst County, Virginia, son of Capt. John Ware, an officer in the … Continue reading

Richard Ware (1764 – 1834)

BIOGRAPHY: Richard Ware (1764-1834) “Richard Ware may have been born in Scotland about 1764 and came to America with a brother settling in Alexander, Virginia in 1774. Richard and Mary “Polly” Wilson were married 24 June 1804. George Wilson, his … Continue reading

Charles Milton Ware (1855 – )

Mr. Ware devotes his attention largely to dairying with ten grade, short horn cows and a good quota of young cattle. He is president of the Deerfleld Valley creamery. He has a sugar place of 900 buckets and is reputed … Continue reading

Michael Ware

Michael Ware was born and raised in Sunbury, PA, and attended school in nearby Lancaster. He received his BS in Art Education from Millersville State University. Michael came to Kentucky to attend Morehead State University and received a Masters in … Continue reading