Calling all Wares The Warrnambool Art Gallery (WAG) will be presenting At Home with the Wares oakley red sunglasses exhibition, opening at 1pm on Saturday, followed by an evening family dinner.
The polarized oakley majority of the eight Ware children became well known identities throughout the Western District of Victoria. Jeremiah George Ware, of Koort Koort Nong, white oakley sunglasses near Camperdown, married Ann Young McRobie in 1851. Widowed 1859, she married William J. Aitkin in 1862. Joseph Ware, of Minjah, married Barbara Mary Bridget Jennings in 1850. Maria Ware married Thomas Dowling in 1842. They owned Jellalabad, near Darlington. John Ware of Yalla y Poora, near Streatham, married Martha Grey in 1853. The family's youngest, Amelia Ware, married Thomas Howells oakley issue in 1859. They lived at Penshurst. Two other daughters made their homes in Tasmania. In 1832, Sarah Ann Ware married John Wilkinson, renowned early chemist of Hobart Town, and Lucy Ware married Henry Hinsby, prominent chemist of Hobart Town, in 1849.
Mary Ann Ware married Charles Hurst in 1859. They moved to New Zealand but Charles was widowed with a daughter by 1864. He remarried Jane Brodie in 1867.
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