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WARE GENEALOGY;



ROBERT WARE,

OF DEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS,
1642 — 1699,

AND

HIS LINEAL DESCENDANTS.



Compiled by Miss Emma Forbes Ware, of Milton, Mass.

1S3S— 1S9S.



BOSTON, MASS.

PUBLISHED BY CHARLES II. POPE,

221 Columbus Ave.

1901.



»RK

5

ASTOK, LENOX AND
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS.

R 1901 L.



The nucleus of the following work was an article entitled " Genealogy
of Robert "Ware of Dedham, Mass., by Miss Emma F. Ware, Milton,
Mass.," printed in the N. E. Hist. Gen. Register for January, 1887 ; re-
printed, by permission, in pamphlet form the same year. The work was
subsequently completely revised by Miss Ware, and brought to its present
scope.



BOSTON :

ilrcss of ©abt'lj (Elapp & £on.



[ Follow Ing [a the Preface fco the pamphlel Issued In 1887.



PREFACE.



In the compilation of the following sketch the principal source
of information has been the Town Registers. Copies of the records
of over forty towns have been obtained from (own clerks, the
largest number of names being found at Wrentham. The mar-
riage of the original Robert and the births of all his children are
found at Dedham, and the descendants of his five sons can be
followed for many years in an unbroken line in the records of
Wrentham, Needham and Franklin. As the numbers increase,
however, the difficulty of identification becomes greater, for until
the present century, except in the births, the name of the parent is
seldom given. At this point, then, family traditions and records
become indispensable, and thanks are due to all those who have
kindly assisted to make this record as complete as it is. Many of
the omissions are due to the failure of various persons, town clerks
and others, to respond to letters of inquiry.

In one case only has the information been derived wholly from
private sources. Samuel 3 (Xo. 15) disappeared early from the
Wrentham records, and no trace of him could be found. It was
only by accident that a descendant was discovered in the West, and
by this means a tolerably complete record of that branch has b
obtained. To this branch belongs a member of the fifth generation,
Thomas ^Yare* of Granville, 111., now in his eighty-firsi year. As
he was born the day his grandfather, Samuel," died, two lives carry
us back to within eighteen years of the Lifetime of the first Robert;
ami if Robert hail lived until 1717, a- the father of six such long-
lived sons as Kbenezer 2 and his five brothei-s might well have done,
three lives would cover tin; whole period since the first settlemei

► Since the above was in press, intelligence has been received of the death of Mr.
Thomas Ware, at Granville, Qlinois, on the sixth of December.



4 "WARE GENEALOGY.

the country. The average age of these six men was more than
eighty years, and one of them lived to be ninety-seven.

In the course of this investigation a good deal of material has
been collected, including not only some names which bring several
branches down to the present time and others which have not yet
been fitted into their proper place, but also wills, deeds and personal
records and anecdotes for which there was no room in this brief
outline.* One instance may be given: Eleazer Wood, father of
Hannah Ware (page 18), was scalped by the Indians during the
attack on Medfield, 1675-6, when a boy of fourteen. He survived,
and afterwards married, but was " subject to mental aberrations "
and died early. His descendants may here find a clue to eccen-
tricities which have hitherto puzzled them. There is a tradition
that the great-grandson who named his daughter China, would
have named his son Crockery if his wife had not protested. Is not
the cause of this freak to be looked for in the disaster that befel
young Eleazer Wood as he and his brother were yoking their oxen
that dim, cold February morning? Emerson says, "Every man is
a bundle of his ancestors." We are what our ancestors have made
us, and our descendants will be what their ancestors make them.

Whether this additional material is ever preserved in a more per-
manent form will depend largely upon the interest taken by the
various members of the family in supplying the necessary further
information, and also upon the demand for so expensive a work as
this would be. The present sketch comes down late enough for
almost any one to discover to which branch he himself belongs.

Emma F. Ware.

Milton, Massachusetts,
December 11, 1886.

* Although great pains have been taken to secure the correctness of the data in the
following paper, it is impossible that no mistakes should have been made. All cor-
rections, emendations and additions will be gratefully received by the compiler, as it
is hoped as soon as possible to print a fuller account of the family, bringing the history
down to the present time. Some facts have been obtained from a sketch printed in
the Register, vol. vi., in connection with Joseph Ware's journal of an expedition to
Canada.

For the items relating to the Day and Wight families, the compiler is indebted to
Mr. D. F. Day, of Buffalo, and Mr. W. W. Wight, of Milwaukee ; for extracts from the
records of Bristol County, Mass., to Mr. J. W. Wilcox, of Taunton, and Rev. W. L.
Chafhn, of North Easton ; for the topography of Dedham, to Mr. D. G. Hill, of Ded-
ham, and Mr. C. C. Greenwood, of Needham.



INTRODUCTORY NOTI-.



From the year 1887, when the Register article and the Pamphlet
saw the light, till October, 1898, when her pen was finally laid
down, Miss Ware did a very large amount of most careful work in
gathering and compiling the annals of the family. She thru felt
that, her task was practically completed, and longed for time and
Strength to see it in type.

Those who loved her most have not been willing- that her noble
endeavor should fail oi' its purpose, nor that the friends* who had
cooperated with her should lose their joint "labor of love" For
this reason the present publication is made; wherein .Miss Ware's
collections and writings concerning Wans and the children of
Ware mothers are printed with the t'ewest possible changes of phr
or form. Her valuable notes upon Wares whose relation to the
Dedham family was not proven, are placed in the' Appendix for
further study by those most interested. The article upon Wares in
England has been compiled by another hand while the geneal
was passing through the press. ('. II- ;'.

* Acknowledgments would undoubtedly have lade in print Ware to

- ,•». Lyra ■ ice Rich it Iso i W .i r . 1 1

ral others who I d her very much in tracing out large branches of the family

and gathering facts ofgri



ENGLISH NOTES.

Compiled by the publisher chiefly from documents conied by Mrs. Francis B. Troup,
Offwell House, Honiton, Eug.



The county of Devon, from which many of the settlers of Maine
and New Hampshire, a large part of the earliest inhabitants of
Dorchester, and many other pioneers came, has been for centuries
the home of numerous persons bearing the name Ware (in its various
forms) .

In deeds relating to the parish of St. Mary Arches, in the city of Exeter,
land was conveyed 1 August, in the tenth year of king Edward IV [1471]
by Thomas Wen, son aud heir of Robert Weir of Exeter.

Richard Were, of Honiton Clyst, made his will 1 January, 4 Edward
VI [1550]; minor sons Thomas and Edward; in case of their death
before the age of 18, bequest to go to son John ; to his father (who is
sick) a gown that is at Exeter ; residue to wife Joan and son John ;
mentions brother Edward. [Dean and Chapter].

John Weare, of Sowton, husbandman; will, 1583. To poor of Pinhoe
and of Clist Honiton; wife Elizabeth; son Edmund under 21; daus.
Margaret and Dorothy and son William Weare ; father Edmond Weare.
Overseers, John Pyne of Heavitree, Thomas Weare of Holbrook (Clist
Honiton), William Ayton. [Archd. of Ex.]

Edmund Weare, yeoman, will dated 8 December, 1584. Wife Alice ;
son Thomas ; children of son John ; Grace, dau. of son in law Jherome
Cheriton ; children of sons in law John Hill, Henrie Coose and Richard
Jervis ; Stewart, Henrie Weare ; maid servant, Marie Hechman ; Dennys
Clerke, maid servant to son in law Gilbert Ponsford. Overseers, James
Coose, Thomas Weare, my son, and Henrie Coose; witnesses Jherome
Cheriton, clarke, Thomas Ware, James Peryam and John Lympanie.
[Archd. of Ex.]

In Woodbury, Robert Warre and Christian Yeele were married 16
April, 1557.

Robert Weare and Joan Eollett were married at St. Mary Arches,
Exeter, 10 April, 1027. Robert Weare of Clist Honiton and Charity
Carter of Pynhowe were licensed to marry at Exeter June 2, 1628; and
Robert Weare of Ottery St. Mary and Thomasin, daughter of Anthony
Butt of the same were licensed February 7, 1630-1.

Robert Weare of Whitstone, tailor, made his will Dec. 20, 1622; pro-
bated 25 March, 1623. Bequeathed to wife Joane, sou Thomas, grand-
daughter Joane, daughter of son Thomas.

Robert Weare of Clyst Honiton made will 27 December, 1632. Begs
his wife Joan to be a good mother to his children ; bequeaths to son
William best cloak and coat, and certain specified articles after the death
of wife ; daughter Elizabeth had made over certain rights in lands before



WARE GENEALOGY. <

her decease; daughters Jane, Joane, Dorothy and Catharine, all min<
son Robert Wears, a minor, to have lands at Farringdon, which are to
reverl to daughter Dorothj it he die before marriage. Cousin John
Michell, William Bishopp, ffrancis Waldron and brother Nathaniel W<
overseers. Witnesses, John Waldron, Nathaniel Weare and John Weare.
Signed (with murk); seal, a fleur de lis. [nventory of Roberl Weare
the elder, who dyed the 7 day of November, 1633, made bj William
Bishopp, Nathaniel Weare and William Weare. Total 388 li. Proved
4 December, L633.

Roberl Weare the elder, late of Ottery, administration of hi- estate
was granted October 29, 1646, to James Batt, during the minority of
the children Robert, Roger and Ef ranees; bond by .lames Batt, yeoman,
and Tristram Stoning, tanner, of Honiton. Witnesses, Matthew Bennett
ami Nicholas Pigeon. [ Areh.l. Ex.]

Topsham, March 11. 1643, Hannah, dan. of Rohert Ware and Elizabeth
his w [fe, was baptized.

John, -on of Roger and Christian Ware, bapt. 6 October, 1639;John,

son of Henry and Sarah Ware. bapt. 28 December, it;:;:): John s »f

George and Dorothie Ware, bapt. 6 October, 1640; Margaret, daughter
of John and Mary Ware, bapt. 13 October, 1640; John, son of John
War., bapt. •"- March, L642. [Ottery St. Mary.]

The following parish registers in Devonshire have been searched for
traces of our man : Honiton Clyst, Farringdon, Ottery St. .Mary. Silver-
ton, and Feniton; and all wills and admins, which seemed likely to bear
upon the subject; but no positive evidonce in the ease has been discovered.

The identification of "Robert Weare" is not a simple matter.
The residence of the bridegroom of 1G27 is not stated, though it
might be inferred to have been St. Mary's, as the marriage took
place there. The groom of 1628 is located at ('list Honiton; but
the man of this parish whose will we have here calls his wife Joan :
he also has at least two children who must have been born as
far back as 1611, since Elizabeth has made a deed of land and
William is treated as "of age." The records do not tell us whether
these were first or second marriages. The son Robert and four
daughters arc certainly under 21 years of age, but the dates of
their birth can not be ascertained, since the parish registers of
Honiton Clist are wanting till the year 1683.

The absence of the names of Robert's children at Ottery indi-
cates that they were born before 1G35 ; which points back to
the marriage with Tboinasin Butt in 1630. This would show the
two Roberts exhibited in these Probate records as entirely separate
men, each having a minor son Robert at the date id' bis death;
of these juniors one was still a minor in IT, Id, tour year- after our
pioneer was on Massachusetts soil: but the other was living in

1632, with a bequest which sounds as if he were well grown. And
it is a natural inquiry whether this Honiton Clisl youth may not
have become the Dedham planter.



WARES IN ESSEX, KENT AND LONDON.

From printed transcripts of diocesan and parish records we ex-
tract the following items relating to the family in the Eastern part
of England.

"William "Ware of Dengie, co. Essex, and Margaret Smith of Bradwell
juxta Mare, said co., widow of Smith of Boston, co. Lincoln, hus-
bandman, were licensed by the bishop of London to marry at Br. March
9, 1584-5.

Thomas W r are, clerk, of Orsett, co. Essex, and Mary Dewcye of St.
Lawrence, Old Jewry, London, widow of Henry Dewcye of same parish,
leather seller; license issued Dec. 2, 1589. The same gentleman was
licensed Nov. 28, 1595, to marry Mary Kelly of Stepney, Middx., widow
of Thomas Kelly, gent, of same parish.

John Ware and Elizabeth Meare of Ospringe, co. Kent, were licensed
by bishop of Canterbury Dec. 8, 1578, to marry at St. Margaret's, Canter-
bury.

Elizabeth Ware, widow, of Ospringe, Kent, had license from bishop of
Canterbury May 9, 1582, to marry Robert Sowget of same parish.

Elizabeth Ware, now of the city of London, widow of William Ware,
late of Chidingstone, co. Kent, was licensed by bishop of London March
25, 1586, to marry John Bucklande, yeoman, at St. Antholin's, London;
married same day.

Edward Ware of Staplehurst, yeoman, and Susanna Crowch, of Lydd,
co. Kent, were licensed by bishop of Canterbury June 10, 1612, to marry
at Burmarsh or Sellinge. Edward Ware of Staplehurst, clothier, bachelor,
aged about 23, at his own government, was licensed by bp. of Cant. Sept.
21, 1621, to marry Amy Borden of Headcorn, maiden, about 19, dau. of
Matthew B. of same parish, dec. and now in gov. of her mother Joan Bor-
den, widow, who consents.

Margaret Ware, widow of Peter Ware, haberdasher, was licensed by
bp. of London Nov. 4, 1 623, to marry William Plowman, haberd. of Crook-
ed Lane, Lond. ; married at St. Michael's, Corahill, Nov. 5 ; called " of
St. Michael's, Crooked Lane".

Grissell W r are of Rayleigh, co. Essex, 30, widow of Anthony Ware, Esq.
of the same, was licensed by bp. of London June 11, 1639, to marry Rich-
ard Hoper, Esp., of Lincoln's Inn, London, bachelor, 35 ; married at St.
Mary. W r oolnoth two days later.

Registers of the parishes referred to (and not yet examined) are extant
from dates here following : Dengie, 1725; Orsett, 1669; Chedingstone,
1558; Rayley, 1548; St. Michael's, Crooked Lane, 1539 ; Bradwell by
the sea, 1558 ; Staplehurst, 1538. No wills of persons here mentioned
have yet been seen.

It is not unlikely that the family was found in other parts of
England at the period of the making of New England ; quite pro-
bably a careful search of parish registers and wills may result in
the discovery of some positive evidence of the birthplace and paren-
tage of Robert of Dedham or of others of the name who came early
to our country.



KEY TO DESCENDANTS OF UnlSKIlT* WAUE, OF DKDIIAM



BCBADS OP FAMILIES.



II.



2. Jotiu



3. Nathaniel



4. Robert



5. Samuel



6. Ephraim



7. Ebenezer



hi.



8. John



9. Eliczer

10. Joasph

11. Benjamin

12. Nathaniel

13. lieriah

14. Josiah



15, Samuel



16. Ebenezer



17. Robert



18. Michael



19. Jonathan

20. Ephraim

21. Robert



: ■



2. Nathaniel



IV.

23. William

24. J'>hn

25. Moses

26. Eleazer

27. Daniel. .

28. Hezekiah

2'J. John

30. Benjamin

31. Nathaniel

32. Josiah
35. Josiah

86. Elijah . .

37. Asa. . .

\ 38. Joseph

L 39. Daniel

40. Samuel

41. Jonathan

42. Jesse

43. Ebenezer

H. Eliphalet

46. Elisha . .

46. Robert

47. Timothy

48. Joseph

49. Jonathan

50. Henry .

61. Thomas

62. Iehabod

53. Jabez

54. Michael



66. Jonathan

5G. Melatiah

67. Samuel

58. Ephraim .

59. i;

60. Ji

61. M

62. Ebenezer

63. Nathaniel



{



64.

6s-
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.
72.
73-
74-
75-
76.
77-
78.
79.
80.
8».
82.
fe.
85.
86.
87.
88.

92.
93-
94.
95.

97.

100.
101.

102.
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
no.
III.

LI12.

U3-

114.

115.
j 16.

117-
118.

Tl20.
LI2I.



William
ph

William

David
Jesse

Ziba
Eli -

Daniel
Klijah
Hezekiah

J'oseph
' en jam in
Henry
Azariah
Samuel
William
Jairus
Warren
Josiah
Klisha
Darius
Luther

Joseph

William

Daniel

Reuben

Reuel

Dexter

William

Timothy

Samuel

Joseph K.

John

Ralph

Thomas

Sylvester G.

Solomon L.

Nathan
Oliver
Asa
Joel

Timothy
Elias



122. Samuel



123.

126.

127.

b8.

129.
I.130.
fl3'-

-133-
134-
135.
136.
137.
138.
139-
140.
141.
142.
• 43-
HI

a

.147.

150.



15a.

.153.

.160.



Asaph

Nathan

Obed

Joseph

Ebenezer

Cyrus

Phinehas

Jason

Amos

Abial

Ariel

Michael

Reuben

James

Abijah

Frederick

Paul

Jonathan

Cyrus

Melatiah

:io G.
Dank! I..

Abel
Samuel

James

Jonathan
exer

Jason
Nathaniel



10



WARE GENEALOGY — KEY.



KEY.



64
65
66
67
68



161. William 8

164. George { 400 William UJ { 650 Enoch R. 8 { 80l! e' Jam^s R " 9

166. Joseph



167. Richard



171. John



172. Levi



173. Ezra
69 ^ 174. Lemuel



175. John

176. George

r 177. Comfort
178. Elijah



.70 ■{



180. Moses



72



I



181. Amariah

182. Eleazer

183. Sanford.



403. John S.



404.
405



Carlos
Addison




179. Benjamin <



406. Erastus
[40 7. James R.

John A.
Hiram
George L.

Alonzo L.
Charles

(413. George
414. Comfort
415. William
f416. Elijah

j 417. Moses
f418. Obadiah

419. Benjamin

420. David

421. Enoch



/ 651. John M.
\652. Clinton A.

j 663. George R.

I 654. Levi B.

(655. Oscar J.
656. Wallace K.
657. Frank H.

| 658. John

| 661. C. Henry
| 661a. Edmund B.



f 806. Herbert H.
\ 807. Sidney L.



.422. John Q. A. j

c 424. Moses, Jr. j
1 426. Cyrus C.

f 427. Frederick A.
\ 428. Nathan



•J 662.
| 663.
| 664.

| 665.

f 666.
\ 667.
(.668.



669.



670.



Moses H.
Henry
Justus H.

David S.

Wesley L.
George E.
Lucius J.

Edwin C.
Moses L.



WARE GENEALOGY KEY.



11



74



184. Zcnas

185. Ziba

186. Jacob

187. Joseph

75 I 188. David



| 188. D



76 | 190. Amherst



r 192. Jason



78 <



193. Hezekiah

194. Preston



f



198. Walter



80 ■{ 199. Orlando
[.200. Elbridge



(



1:m
432



Jonathan D. 1 1 671.
Joel



Alonzo A."



433. Lyman



f434,

135.

436,

i t ■:

\438,



Ziba

Phineas A.

Joseph
JoBeph

Harlan P.



f 672. George
873, Willuim
1.7 1. Sidney
075. Merritt

67G. James R.
077. Arthur W.



439. David

i a a nan . a / 6 ? 9 - George G.

440. GdbertA. { 680> j.^^ p.

441. Elbridge G.



{ 443. Arrival P.



! 445. Leander M.



[446. Samuel C.



t 447. Herman.
I 448. Hezekiah L.



(681. George H.
\ 682. Charles V.
f 683. William F.
| 684. Leandex M.
\ 685, Samuel If.
686. Stephen N.
[687. Edward N.

688. Charles II.



' 195. Alpheus ■{

^ 196. Ashur
197. Henry



f 449. Orlando
450. Charles C.



451. John

452. Joseph S.



I 451.
Uo2.

| 453. Joseph A.
| 454. Albert P.



{



455. Elisha S.

456. William



•[ 457. Edwin
' 168. Edwin A.



{



| 689. Alpheus C.
| 690. Robert B.



f 692. Robert H.

693. George C.

694. Albert P.

695. Dexter L.



698. John



81 I 201. Eleazer.



f



460. Vorestus



\_461. B



enjamin



f 699. Arthur B.
\ 701. Edgar V.



12



WARE GENEALOGY — KEY.



f 202. Henry 6



82 i



203. John

204. William

205. Charles E.

206. Thornton K.



f 463.

I

j 464.
|_465.

| 466.



'705. Wm. Rotch*

John F. W. 7 J 706. Arthur L.

707. Francis M.
Wm. Robert

Charles P. j 708. Henry
John



1 468. Henry

1 469. Charles E.



83



| 207.



Otis



472,
473,

'' 474.

475.
476.



Azariah

Leonard

Aaron W.

Albert
John



709. Geo. Otis



710.
711.



Warren O.
Herbert A.



85 ^ 213. Samuel A.



86



f 214. William D. j 482. George H.
( 215. Benjamin B.

I



216. Warren

217. ElbrioVe



f 486. Elton W.
\487. Nelson

J488. Jairus



»{



92 1 221. Josiah



f 223. Lyman C.

i

94 { 224. Darius
i

1 225. Elijah



95 | 226. Samuel
97 1 227. Francis T.
102 J228. Daniel N.



32 i



229. Reuben N.



103



230. William S.
\ 231. Reuel W.



(490. Lyman E.
-{491. Henry C.
1^492. Robert A.

f 494. Myron L.
\495. Walter E.



496. Eugene F.



497. Frank N.

498. Winfield F.

499. Howard R.

500. Herbert S.



WARE GENE kLOGI — KE1 ,



1;;



105 ■! 232. George D.°



106



234. William A.
Lemui 1 R.



f284.

j 235.



108



:. Samuel, jr.

••238. Austin

109 1 289. William

110 J210. Joseph



211. Edward K.

<! 242. Lyman

248. Elisha C.

[214. Henry F.

f 245. Thomas 8.

I 216. Charles K.

I 247. William S.

112 ^ 248. Henry M.

249. Jamea W.

250. Joseph E.

251. Justin P.



113 {



252. Levi I.



'253. GoodaleS.
264. Charles S.

114 ■{ 255. Justin C.

j 256. Henry S.
[257. Jesse D.

258. Amnriah



|o02. Walt. 1

j 503. Edward G.



f 504. Frederick
\ 505. Joseph E.

f 506. Alfred K.
\ 507. Charles E.



j 515. Justin C. j 712. Frederick 9



(



519.
520,



Oren C.
Caleb A.



[ 521. Lyman S.



115 <>



J713. Edward C.

f 714. Erastus
\ 715. Walter B.

18. George H. { 829. George H. 9
Lyman D. { 830. William F.



p.

(719.



116







522.


Newell






259.


Nathan, jr. <


523.
524.


Ellis
Nathan F.


{720.


Charles N.






526.


John W.


1 722.
1 723.


George A.
Charles W.


260.


Asa


'531.


Albert O.






261.


Duty -j


532.


I, y 111 an S.


J724.


Sumner B.






^633.


Gilbert A.




262.


Isaiah











..„ r 263. Amos

118 \264. Alvan

9ft f 265. Timothy

lZU \ 266. Avery S.



14



WARE GENEALOGY — KEY.



/

r267. Elias 6



268. Preston



s



121 J



j" 536. Edward Y. 7 | 724a. Wm. Eliot 8 j 831. Edward Y. 9



1 536a. Elias H.

'537. Robert G.

538. Lorenzo D.

539. Preston.

'540. James



{!



724b. John H.
24c. Henry E.

1 725. R. Galen

f 726. Francis A.
\ 727. Charles H.
[728. Bruce R.

i 729. Norman W.



269. James



271. Ephraim G.

272. Milton

I 273. Addison



122



J 27
127



274. Samuel, jr.

275. Alfred



6. Willard



f 277. Pliny



123 <



278. Ariel



126



127



.279. Asaph

'280. Nathan jr.,

281. Everett

282. Rufus

283. Joseph



284. Obed
284a. Benjamin



<{ 541. Paschal P. P. j 730. PaschalP. P.

1 542. Joseph 0.
U43. Addison P.

■< 544. Samuel C.



/ 547. Edwin A.
\ 548. Addison



j 550. Elias

/551. Rufus

*-552. Pliny Clark / 731. George H.



f553. Chandler
J 554. Schuyler
; 555. Ariel
(.556. Charles B.

556a. Alfred

566b. Edwin L.



{



f 732. Milo L.

\ 733. Matthew Asaph

f 733a. Albert L.
t 733b. Gilbert N.



< 556c. Wesley

f 556d. Willard W. | 734. Benjamin K.



556e. Rufus A.

f556f. Obed
■S 556g. Nathan
l556h. Timothy



/ 735. Charles F.
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