Josiah William Ware 1826 Letter – A Man in Love transcribed by: Judy C. Ware

Josiah William Ware 1826 Letter A Man In Love        Transcribed by: Judy C. Ware    August 2012     Winchester, Virginia December 28, 1826 TO:  Mr. George W. Williams Paris Bourbon County Kentucky Dear Kentucky, I received your letter dated … Continue reading

Civil War – Compensation note for Josiah Ware by Judy C. Ware

Compensation note dated June 25, 1862 (on the inside) Headquarters Department of the Shenandoah Middletown, Virginia June 24th 1862 Mr. J.W. Ware living near Berryville Virginia had taken from him on or about the 18th day of June 1862 by … Continue reading

Civil War – Background information for COMPENSATION LETTERS by Judy C. Ware

Josiah Ware – Background information for COMPENSATION LETTERS By: Judith C. Ware © September 2008 For more information on this line of the family, you can go to www.waregenealogy.com The following attachments contain information concerning Josiah Ware’s property that was … Continue reading

Transcription of Civil War Letter from Josiah W. Ware to his son, Capt. James Alexander Ware serving in Corpus Christi, Texas by Judy C. Ware

Transcription of Civil War Letter from Josiah W. Ware to his son, Capt. James Alexander Ware serving in Corpus Christi, Texas                    © Judy C. Ware 2012 For more information on this line of the family, go to www.waregenealogy.com Original … Continue reading

Lineage for James Ware II and Virginia Catherine Todd Ware

LINEAGE OF JAMES WARE II AND VIRGINIA CATHERINE TODD WARE Researched and written by: Judith C. Ware For more information on this line, you can go to www.waregenealogy.com                                                                             “Caty” Dr. James Ware II       wed       Virginia Catherine Todd B. March 13, … Continue reading

WARE CONNECTION to GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Download the Book (PDF 29.4 MB – Requires Acrobat Reader to Read) View the Book Online Preface by Judy C. Ware Grace Episcopal Church, located in Berryville, Virginia, is a treasure not only to the local citizens who still use … Continue reading

Ware Connections to Presidents James Madison and Zachary Taylor by: Judy C. Ware

CONNECTION BETWEEN THE WARES AND PRESIDENTS JAMES MADISON and ZACHARY TAYLOR ALSO Dolley Madison, Patrick Henry, Supreme Court Justice Thomas Todd, Reverend Alexander Balmain, Major George Steptoe Washington (a nephew of President Washington) and the first Mrs. Jefferson Davis Researched … Continue reading

Imboden – Background information on GENERAL JOHN DANIEL IMBODEN

Imboden – BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON BRIGADIER GENERAL  JOHN DANIEL IMBODEN  (as pertaining to Ware connection)           By: Judy C. Ware   January 2009         John Daniel Imboden was born in 1823 near Staunton, in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.  He is best … Continue reading

Civil War Military Information Pertaining to Josiah Ware by: Judy C. Ware

CIVIL WAR MILITARY INFORMATION PERTAINING TO JOSIAH WARE – Researched & written by: Judy C. Ware March 2008 For more information on the Josiah Ware line of the family, you can go to www.waregenealogy.com A REFERENCE TO UNION & CONFEDERATE … Continue reading

Civil War letter from Edmonia Jaqueline Ware 1864

Hauntingly Graphic Civil War Letter   written by: Mrs. Edmonia Jaquelin Smith Ware       Clarke County, Va.    © Judy C. Ware  2002         Original letter owned by James & Judy C. Ware This letter was written by Edmonia J. Ware (wife … Continue reading