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

Pvt. Samuel Ware (1835 – 1864)

Private, Co. H, 1st Massachusetts Cavalry The son of Willard and Anna (Ware) Ware. The husband of Jane Elizabeth Payne, who he married at Halifax, VT on Nov. 20, 1855. Samuel and Jane were the parents of Lucy E., born … Continue reading

Dr. James E. H. Ware (1841- 1924)

~1841 – Born, Georgia Father: George Washington Ware Mother: Mildred “Milly” or “Mille” Sorrells 1861 – M.D. degree, The New Orleans School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA (claimed by Dr. Ware – not documented by records from the school) 1861 … Continue reading

James B. Ware (1830 – )

JAMES B. WARE, farmer, Corinth, Heard County, Georgia, son of John M. and Lucy (Sturdivant) Ware, was born on the plantation on which he now lives in Heard County (then just organized) in 1830. His paternal grandfather, Henry Ware, was … Continue reading

M. C. Ware (1857 – )

Among the leading farmers and stockmen of Washington county is numbered M. C. Ware, who resides on a well improved and valuable ranch near Bartlesville and is recognized as one of the large landholders and substantial citizens of his community. … Continue reading