Williams – Ware Marriage

” Miss Anna D. Ware, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ware of 297 Walnut avenue, Roxbury, was married yesterday afternoon to Holden P. Williams, Harvard ’02, son of the late Robert Williams of Roxbury.  The ceremony was preformed at the home of the bride’s parents by the Rev. Dr. James DeNormandie, minister of the First Church in Roxbury.

The bride’s only attendant was her niece Miss Laura Bemont, who was flower girl. Dr. Hilbert F. Day of this city was the best man.”

Source: Thursday, June 29, 1916, Boston, Massachusetts, Boston Journal

Harding – Ware Marriage

“The coming week abounds in fashionable weddings.  On Wednesday at high noon the marriage of Miss Jessie Ware the daughter of Mrs. Frances Ware of Trull street, Dorchester, to Mr. J. Robinson Harding, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Harding, is to take place in the Rev. Dr. James De Normandie’s  church in Roxbury, when Mrs. Nathan Newbury, a sister of the bride, who makes her home in Tauton, will be maid of honor.  Miss Ware will have four bridesmaid.”

Source: Sunday, April 19, 1903, Boston, Massachusetts, Boston Journal