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Peter Ware, Jr

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Dublin, Co Cork, Ireland
Death: Died in Queen's Creek, York Co, VA
Immediate Family:

Son of Peter Ware, Sr. and Mary Ware
Husband of Jane Ware
Father of Valentine Ware, Sr.; Thomas Ware, II; Robert Ware; Nicholas Ware and Jane Ware
Brother of Thomas Ware; Elizabeth Garrett; Nicholas Ware, I; Unknown Ware; Unknown Ware and 4 others

Managed by: Stanley Welsh Duke, Jr.
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About Peter Ware, Jr

PETER WARE JR. (1632 - bet.1675 & May 23,1693) CHART

     Married: Jane Valentine
     Had: Descending son Valentine

After selling land that his father left him in Queen's Creek in 1675, Peter purchased land next to his brother in New Kent County, Virginia. "A deed is on record in York County showing that Peter Ware Jr. sold land given him by his father (Peter Ware Sr.) on May 26, 1675 to Nathaniel Bacon; 1st cousin to the Nathaniel Bacon of Revolutionary War fame." [ref. 4, 333]

Source: Complete Lineage of the Ware Name to the Present Generation (through descending males) courtesy of Judy Ware © Judy C. Ware http://www.waregenealogy.com/WareLineage.htm ____________________________________

Peter Ware, Jr. (c1632 probably Cork Co., Ireland-Bet 1675 and 23 May 1693 Hampton Parish, York Co., VA), m. Jane Valentine, son/heir, he was appointed Asst. Constable in 1660, and same year he and Nicholas I, witnessed a deposition. In 1662 he was appointed surveyor, in 1663 he was listed as a headright with John Garrett, in 1665 he was appointed constable, in 1675 he sold land to Hon. Nathaniel Bacon belonging to his father, that same year he purchased land in New Kent Co. next to Col. William Claiborne, Edward Cardingbrook and John Ware. This land was also adj. Jeremiah Rawlings, John Garrett and Nicholas Ware according to a 1683 patent.

PETER WARE JR. (1632 - bet.1675 & May 23,1693) CHART

     Married: Jane Valentine
     Had: Descending son Valentine

After selling land that his father left him in Queen's Creek in 1675, Peter purchased land next to his brother in New Kent County, Virginia. "A deed is on record in York County showing that Peter Ware Jr. sold land given him by his father (Peter Ware Sr.) on May 26, 1675 to Nathaniel Bacon; 1st cousin to the Nathaniel Bacon of Revolutionary War fame." [ref. 4, 333] 20. VALENTINE WARE SR. (1670 - c. 1731) CHART

     Married: Mary Leigh
     Had: Valentine Jr., John, Nicholas, Robert, and descending son Edward 

There are at least 3 major sources that state that Valentine Ware was heir to his father, Peter Ware Jr. & mother Jane Valentine. After Valentine's death, his wife Mary & her sons-in-law obtained two patents in King and Queen County; one for 600 acres and the other for 260 acres. His son, Valentine Jr., married Mary Dudley in King & Queen Co., Virginia. [ref. 4,173,333,391] ** Interesting note: Valentine's father-in-law was Col. William Leigh who had been a chairman for the House of Burgesses, Militia Commander-in-Chief, member of the Virginia Council, and first Judge of the Admiralty Court in Virginia. William Leigh's granddaughter, Elizabeth, (by his son John) married Zachary Taylor and was the grandmother of President Zachary Taylor. [ref. 4]

Peter Ware, Jr. date and place of birth are not established but he settled on the Rappahonock River and married Jane Valentine of King and Queen County, VA. Complete information about him and his family is not avialable. W.G.Savage says a deed is on record from York Cty, VA dated 26 May 1675 from Peter Ware of Hampton Parish, York Cty to Nathaniel Bacon for land devised from his father Peter Ware, "long since deceased." This deed was confrmed by a deed dated 23 May 1693 from Valentine Ware, King and Queen County, son and heir of Peter Ware, 2d.

Sources: 1.Title: McClendon, Brummett, Morgan, Henderson Author: Brummett Jerald McClendon; mcclendon@nfis.com Publication: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jerrymcc&id=I0059


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NOTE: Peter Ware, Jr. date and place of birth are not established but he settled on the Rappahonock River and married Jane Valentine of King and Queen Co., VA Complete information about him and his family is not avialable.

W.G.Savage says a deed is on record from York Co., VA dated 26 May 1675 from Peter Ware of Hampton Parish, York Cty to Nathaniel Bacon for land devised from his father Peter Ware, "Long since deceased." This deed was confrmed by a deed dated 23 May 1693 from Valentine Ware, King and Queen County, son and heir of Peter Ware, 2d. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Citing This Record "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/S56R-LLS : accessed 2014-01-10), entry for Peter /Ware/, Jr..


Source: http://warefamilyhistory.com/lineage-peter-ware-i.html

Peter Ware IV (c1632 Tenterden, Co. Kent, England-Bet 1675 and 23 May 1693 Hampton Parish, York Co., VA), m. Jane Valentine, son and heir, he was appointed Asst. Constable in 1660, and same year he and Nicholas Ware witnessed a deposition. In 1662 he was appointed surveyor, in 1663 he was listed as a headright with John Garrett, in 1665 he was appointed constable, in 1675 he sold land to Hon. Nathaniel Bacon belonging to his father, that same year he purchased land in New Kent Co. next to Col. William Claiborne, Edward Cardingbrook and John Ware. This land was also adj. Jeremiah Rawlings, John Garrett and Nicholas Ware according to a 1683 patent.

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF PETER WARE WRITTEN 8 JUN 1741 HENRICO COUNTY, VIRGINIA In the name of God amen I Peter Ware of Henrico County in Paul's Parish being sick and weak but in perfect mind and memory thanks be to God. Therefore knowing that its ordained and appointed for mankind and to die so give my soul unto the great God that gave it and as to my body I give it to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and devout manner at the discretion of my Executors who are my Loving Wife, Joseph Scott and John Ware, not doubting but that I shall see same again by the Mercifull and gracious Lord God of Heaven and Earth, and as to my Worldly effects that it hath pleased God to Bless me with, I do give and bequeath in the following manner. My lawfull debts being first paid, Viz. Imprimus I give and bequeath unto my loving and natural brother Henry Ware a certain tract of land containing by estimations more or less two hundred and fourteen acres lying in Goochland County joining him on Tuckahoe Creek which was willed to me by my father. Imprimus I give and bequeath unto my dear and loving wife Judith, three negros namely Bobb, Philias, Sarah, with all my stock of horses, hoggs, and cattle except a cow and calf to each of my children hear after mentioned when they come of age or marry and all my household goods. Imprimus I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jane two negros namely James and Nell, with a cow and calf. Imprimus I give and bequeath unto my son John a negro named Dick half the land I hold in Goochland near the Seven Islands namely half the back land and half the Island when of age, and a cow and calf. Imprimus I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah, a negro girl named Lucy and a boy named Jack with a cow and calf when marries or of age. Imprimus I give and bequeath unto my daughter Judith a negro girl named Bridget and a cow and calf when married or of age. Imprimus I give and bequeath to my son Henry a negro boy named Robin and the remaining half of the land I hold in Goochland near the Seven Islands namely half the back land and half the Island the first half of the same left to John to be equally divided between him and his brother Henry. If my wife should prove with child, Imprimus I give and bequeath unto it a negro boy named Tuber and if it dies before of age, I bequeath said negro boy Tuber to my daughter Judith. I constitute and appoint the above writing to be my last will and Testament, In Witness where I have hereunto left my hand and affix my seal this eight day of June Anno Domini One thousand seven hundred and forty one. His witnesses were Samuel Tschiffeli, Alex. Long and Giles Letcher. Signed Sealed in the presence of us the words and appoint being first...

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Peter Ware, Jr's Timeline

1632
1632
Dublin, Co Cork, Ireland
1658
1658
Age 26
Hampton Parish, King and Queen Co, VA
1662
1662
Age 30
New Kent County, Virginia, United States
1693
May 23, 1693
Age 61
Queen's Creek, York Co, VA
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