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Ben Ware (#48466657)
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Susie Perkins
Edward Ware
Thank you Ben for the family history listed with the information of Edward Ware.
Susie Perkins 07 July 2014
Added by Susie Perkins on Jul 07, 2014 10:08 AM
A AAA American at Find A Grave
Dear Mr. Ben Ware,

Thank you for all your doing and have done so well. A Ware is not ever wearing. Are you form our Virginian Wares? English Ware?

Please add me as your friend. Find a Grave also here.


Jonathan Robert De Mallie
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Feb 22, 2014 2:56 PM
Edward Lanham
Alexander Ware
Ben, I lost your email address.
Eddie Lanham
Added by Edward Lanham on Apr 03, 2013 6:53 PM
Colene Wells
Ware Famil
Ben: So glad to find you in Find a Grave we share so many things. Luck to you, Colene Wells
Added by Colene Wells on Dec 26, 2011 10:40 AM
Cemetery Girl
Sarah Thurmond Ware
I was out at the Ware Family Cemetery on Saturday and there is not a marked grave with the name of Sarah Thurmond Ware. There were severeal graves with fieldstones - I don't know if one of those might be where she is buried. I own the Madison County Cemetery Book and it doesn't list her as being buried out there. Nancy Bedell
Added by Cemetery Girl on Dec 11, 2011 6:14 PM
Rain Brings Rainbows
Descendant of Edward Ware and Sarah Thurmond
Their daughter Judith married Nelson Higginbotham. I am so pleased to see the photos you have taken. May I have your permission to copy and add to my binder with ref to the Ware Family? Not seeking to publish in print or website for profit...just personal use. The photos and locations verify my research for which I am grateful to see. Thank you for the memorials and photos...their names are so familar and now to actually see the markers and surrounding area comes full circle for me.
Added by Rain Brings Rainbows on Nov 24, 2010 12:36 AM
findagrave Louis Rasmussen
Thank you for letting me maintain his memorial. I don't believe the 2nd newspaper article was their before. Thank you so much. Any information helps us know who this person was.

Thank you so much,
Rhonda Holton
Added by Rhonda on Jul 18, 2010 1:44 PM
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Dear Ben Ware,
Across the Old Cod Pond have you read on your WARE Bed yet?
URL greatbedofwareDOTorgDOTuk

I was reading more on our Howland kinsmen and saw it mentioned in a publication on A.D. 1919 Supreme Court Ruling and settlement. So I thought you may want to see the WARE Bed Site.

Miss Howland, who died in 1865, gave her niece
a life interest in approximately half of her valuable property, with the proviso that it should ultimately pass to the lineal descendants, by right of representation, of the grandfather of testatrix, Gideon Howland. The process
of settlement of the trust disclosed the existence of four hundred and thirty-nine heirs, scattered all over the United States, and some abroad.

"Apponegansett held the mother church, and the
visiting Friends expected to be entertained at Friend Howland's at the Round Hills," wrote Mrs. Mary Jane Taber, one of his descendants, in an article on the Friends a few years ago. "In fact the tall, narrow portion of the house was seldom opened except on monthly and quarterly meeting days.
There was one long room on the ground floor used for the dining-room, with a bed-room of the same size over it, divided by a curtain, on one side of which the women slept, and on the other the men. On occasion beds were laid on the floor, if there were more people than the bedsteads could contain with three in a bed.

The bedsteads resembled the Great Bed of Ware,
and might have held four at a pinch.
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Jul 12, 2014 12:25 AM
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RE: Wares
Dear Ben,

On eMail. I used to get thousands ( approx. 7415) a day average, now with AT&T being Yahoo Mail it is like our current rudderless countries helmsman, Barrack Hussein Obama, Jr. , who doesn't even use his real name.. so IMHO Utterly Useless. Like a Bull with milk teets.. Facts are exact not an opinion in any dominion.

Ask Joe on the Wares more as I have been feeding DATA to/through him . In bloody England you may well know so many Ware Worlds in it.. Ware Town..etc.. Colonel (Retired) Joe M. Ware said many nice things about you also. Are you in the SAR, Masons, OES, etc... too?

Regards and love to the families,

Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Jul 09, 2014 1:04 PM
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RE: Wares
Dear Ben Ware,

Thank you for your kind words. I too had a few problems with Find A Grave in getting an answer even today I am still waiting for basic answers. But alas they were taken over kit and kabudle by a much larger privately held firm. So maybe finlayy besides additions they have done, we shall be getting a lot more and better customer service I hope. Hope is eternal..

Having more Nodes is vital to any online entity. Especially DATA Sourcing.

Are you kin to the Virginia Wares? In Texas are you kin to , Colonel ( Ret.) Joseph M. Ware too?

Please add me as your friend.

On Find A Grave now too.

How may I , only a AAA American, help on here for you ?

Kindest regards,

Jonathan Robert De Mallie

PS: I just added a few Memmorials Wares on here today .

Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Jul 08, 2014 7:11 PM
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