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John Pickard Ware

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John Pickard Ware (1839-1868) of Ware and Son

1851 Living at Paris Street, Exeter: John Ware (age 45 born Tavistock), Builder and Auctioneer. With his wife Ann Ware (age 48 born Exeter) and their six children; John Ware (age 21 born Exeter), Builder's Assistant; Lucy Ware (age 18 born Exeter); Ellen Ware (age 16 born Exeter); Charles Ware (age 13 born Exeter); George Ware (age 9 born Exeter); and Francis Ware (age 6 born Exeter).[1]

1868 November 23rd. Died, late of Exeter, Auctioneer and Surveyor. probate to his wife Ann Elizabeth ware.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census