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James Ware

Male - 1632


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  • Name James Ware  [1
    Born of Dublin, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3, 4
    Gender Male 
    Alternate birth 1568  Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Died 14 May 1632  Dublin, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Person ID I15395  Ancestry of PNH, TNH, and others
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2018 

    Family Mary Brydon 
    Children 
     1. Anne Ware,   d. Bef 1622
    Last Modified 8 Oct 2017 
    Family ID F9710  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • He was the father of the noted Irish antiquarian Sir James Ware. The entry on his son in Alfred Webb's 1878 Compendium of Irish Biography says "His father, Sir James Ware, came to Ireland in 1588, in the train of Sir William Fitz William, Lord-Deputy. Amongst other appointments, he secured a patent for the lucrative post of Auditor-General of Ireland, which, with the interval of a few years during the Commonwealth, continued in his family for three generations. He was knighted by James I., and in the [Irish] Parliament of 1613 sat as member for Mallow. 'Having lived a very strict and truly religious life, he died suddenly (which was his constant wish for many years before) as he was walking home through Fishamble-street to his house in Castle-street, in 1632.'"

  • Sources 
    1. [S388] FamousKin.com.

    2. [S1559] Autobiography of William Seymour Tyler, With a Genealogy of the Ancestors of Prof. and Mrs. William S. Tyler, prepared by Cornelius B. Tyler. 1912.

    3. [S1616] Myrtle Stevens Hyde, "A Study of the Downing Family in England, with Connections in Early New England." The American Genealogist 74:161, 74:299, July 1999 and October 1999.

    4. [S387] Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley, by Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman. Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Historical Society, 1952.

    5. [S160] Wikipedia.