Arthur A. Ware Co.

Arthur A. Ware Co.

Arthur Albert Ware

born circa 1874 Walthamstone, England, son of James Ware (carpenter) and Isabella Watson (birth registered Shoreditch, Sept 1873 quarter, vol. 1c page 56?), arrived New Zealand circa 1901, died 26 March 1913, at his residence Roslyn Terrace, Timaru, buried 27 Mar 1913, Timaru Cemetery, row 33, plot 288, married 1898 London,  reg. Jun 1898, Wandsworth vol. 1d page 1205, Amy Hogarth (or Amy Harriett Hogarth), born circa 1871 [1].

Timaru Herald, Volume XCVII, Issue 15025, 19 April 1913
This notice first appeared in the Timaru Herald on 16 April and continued until 22 April 1913.
The chairman (South Canterbury Rugby Union) made suitable reference to the loss football had sustained through the death of the late Mr A. A. Ware. Football was Mr. Ware's chief hobby, and the local game owed much to his energy as former secretary of the Referees' Association.
A motion expressing the Union's sympathy with Mrs Ware in her sad bereavement was carried.
Timaru Herald, Volume XCVII, Issue 15006, 28 March 1913

above - A view along Sophia Street, Timaru showing the Post Office, St Mary's Church and Chalmers Church. This postcard was phototyped in Saxony, photographer unknown.

above - Caroline Bay, Timaru, photographer unknown.

above - Timaru, N.Z., from the tower of St Mary's Church, photographer unknown.

above - A corner of the Hospital Garden, Timaru, photo by Alfred Hardy.

above - Timaru from Chalmers Church, photographer unknown.

above - The Harbour, Timaru, photographer unknown.

above - Timaru Hospital, photo by Alfred Hardy.

above - The Pond in the Park, Timaru, N.Z., photographer unknown. This card numbered 164673 was printed in Treves.

above - Chalmers Church, Timaru, N.Z
post dated 17 May 1910

 above - Dashing Rocks (Timaru in the distance)
post dated 26 March 1910

above - The Rustic Staircase, Caroline Bay, Timaru, N.Z.

[1] "New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Probate Records, 1843-1998," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 27 April 2016), Arthur Albert Ware, 1913; citing Wellington, Wellington Probate Files [First Sequence], 1843-1939, record number 15489, Archives New Zealand, Auckland Regional Office.

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