Dr. Edward Alexander Oglethorpe Ware (1833 -1866)

Surgeon, Company F&S, 23rd regiment, Georgia Infantry groom’s name: E. A. O. Ware bride’s name: S. Jennie Hooper marriage date: 12 Oct 1859 marriage place: , Floyd, Georgia indexing project (batch) number: M71283-2 system origin: Georgia-EASy source film number: 282712

J.D. Cleveland (1857 – )

“J. D. CLEVELAND, M. D. The family to which this eminent physician belongs has double charms for consideration, both as pioneers and patriots. Its first representatives figured conspicuously in the formative period of Iowa, while later descendants bore themselves bravely … Continue reading

Robert Montraville Green (1880 – )

“GREEN, Robert Montraville, М.D.: b. Boston. July 11, 1880; s. Charles Montraville and Helen Lincoln (Ware) Green; A.B., Harvard. 1902. M.D.. 1906. Practiced in Boston since 1906; instr. in anatomy, asst. in obstetrics and gynecology. Harvard Med. Sch. Mem. Mass. … Continue reading

John Mitchell Scott (1764 – 1812)

Copy to your browser and read pages117-20. http://books.google.com/books?id=1A3k7Wqaq0wC&lpg=RA1-PA28&dq=history%20of%20bourbon%20co%20ky&pg=PA117#v=onepage&q=ware&f=false Source:  Remember the Raisin! …, by Garrett Glenn Clift, Published by Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1961, pages 117-20

Theodore F. Davidson (1845 – 1905)

“THEODORE F. DAVIDSON, M. D. Dr. Theodore F. Davidson was born in Greenup, Kentucky, September 4, 1845, and died of organic heart disease at his home in this city, March 22, 1905. He was educated in the common schools, and … Continue reading

Thomas Melville Proctor (1876 – 1949)

The Proctor Mansion Inn, Wrentham, Massachusetts. Photo sent by Fred Button. ”PROCTOR, Thomas Melville, s. William M and Alice P (Ware) b. Wrentham Sep 13 1876. MD Harvard 1905. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Gamma Delta, prep Wrentham HS and with … Continue reading

Thomas Flint Barton (1825 – 1867)

“THOMAS FLINT BARTON Eldest son of Crosby and Sybil Ware (Patten) Barton.  Born Dec. 15, 1825, in Sidney, Me., his residence till graduation.  Prepared for college chiefly at the district school in his father’s neighborhood.  In scholarship, he was one … Continue reading