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

William Henry Lee ( – 1874)

Copy to your browser. http://books.google.com/books?id=qXonmIMRI4oC&lpg=PA82&dq=history%20of%20covington%20county%20mississippi&pg=PA30#v=onepage&q=ware&f=false Source:  The Papers of Jefferson Davis: June 1841 – July 1846,Vol. 2, James T. McIntosh, William Marsh Rice University and the Jefferson Davis Association, 1975, page 30

Capt. B.W. Harris (1833 – )

“CAPT. B.W. HARRIS is of Scotch descent.  His father Benjamin Harris, was a native of Albermarle County, Va., and there married Miss Elizabeth Ware.  He removed to Ohio about 1834, and to Jasper County, Ill., in 1836, where he entered … Continue reading

Mrs. A. A. Fredericks

“Ware.–I am the daughter of Georgie Ware Jackson May, born 1-7-1868, died 11-2-1932, and Thomas Wilson May. born 4-14-1859, died 11-21-1902, married 3-26-1889.  Georgie Ware Jackson May was the daughter of Mary Matthews Ware, born 9-13-1834, died 9-5-1897, and William … Continue reading

Hiram Valentine Ware (1838 – 1926 )

“Acquiring his first knowledge of Colorado in 1864, after making a trip to the territory overland with ox teams from Omaha, in which the progress of the train of one hundred wagons which he was attached was stubbornly resisted by … Continue reading

Dr. James Webb (1795 – 1883)

Dr. James Webb was the father of Lucy Ware Webb Hayes, wife and first lady of President Rutherford B. Hayes.  She was his only daughter and passed from her life when she was but two years old. He was Kentucky … Continue reading