Lucy Ware Chapman Obituary, 2009

Kentucky, FRANKFORT – Lucy Ware Chapman, 99, died Aug 13 at her daughter’s home. Visitation Mon, 4-6pm at First Baptist Church, St. Clair St., Frankfort. Service following at 6pm. Burial at Lexington Cemetery, Tue, 10am. Dr. David Hinson will officiate. … Continue reading

Frank Samuel Ware Obituary, 1896

“Clinton MO – Died at his residence on East Jefferson Street Tuesday afternoon, Frank Ware, whose genial soul took on the sleep of Death. And the words “Frank is dead”, soon were current over Clinton. That dread malady, rheumatism, with … Continue reading

Frank S. Ware (1844 – )

WARE, Frank S. Frank S. Ware is the popular collector of Henry County. The subject of this sketch was born in Woodford County, Kentucky, December 3, 1844. His father, H. P. Ware, and his mother, (formerly Eliza J. Watkins) were … Continue reading

John Mitchell Scott (1764 – 1812)

Copy to your browser and read pages117-20. Source:  Remember the Raisin! …, by Garrett Glenn Clift, Published by Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1961, pages 117-20

Wareland and the Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church Franklin Co. Kentucky REVISED

A little over a week ago, Judy Ware e-mailed me a current map of the area around Frankfort and Versailles KY.  She had just been to that area on a research trip with her husband.  (Judy is the author of … Continue reading

The Wares and The Other Wares of Kentucky

For a long time, we descendants of James and Agnes Todd Ware have assumed that our Ware family ancestors had exclusivity to Franklin and Woodford Counties in Kentucky, and that all descendants of  the Ware line in this area could … Continue reading

Thomas Bullock Sr (1803 – 1888)

“BULLOCK,  THOS Sr, farmer P.O. Eureka.  The above gentleman is one of the best known, and one of the oldest settlers of Woodford Co.  On the 27th day of Feb. 1841 a bill was approved by the Governor, entitles an … Continue reading

James Porter Bullock (1829 – 1888)

“In studying the lineage of the Bullock  family we find that they are of English stock and southern associations.  As early as 1830 Thomas ans Agnes (Ware) Bullock (the latter of Scotch-Welsh descent)”  (The Wares migrated from England to Ireland … Continue reading