1891 Hazel D. Ware CDV photo, dau. of Sidney Ware, Cheshire County NH
On reverse: "Hazel D. Ware" handwritten in old period pencil. Photographer: Arthur D. Wyatt, Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont. (known to be photographer A.D. Wyatt, Arthur Wyatt or Arthur Damon Wyatt 1859-1921)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Hazel D Ware 1891–1905 born in New Hampshire, and died in West Chesterfield, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.
Her father: Parents Sidney Levi Ware 1869–1940, the son of George R Ware born 1832 and Harriet E Cobleigh Ware born 1837, both born in Westmoreland, Cheshire, New Hampshire.
Her mother: Mary Alice Morgan Ware 1872–1957 born in Wood River, Hall County, Nebraska and died in Thomaston, Knox, Maine. Her parents were Hiram Bliss Morgan 1845–1902, brother of Flavius Josephus Morgan 1844–1920, Civil War New York 21st Cavalry and David Anson Morgan 1848–1916. Hiram was born in Rochester, Windsor County, Vermont, and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. (His parents were Josephus Morgan 1795–1884 and Calista Bliss Morgan 1808–1882). Her mother was: Alice Jane Whitney Morgan 1856–1944, daughter of Benjamin Nichols Whitney 1815–1903 and Levina Ruthina Lowell Whitney 1822–1910. She later married Norman George Colburn 1862–1952 after her husband Hiram's death in 1902.
Her brother: Willis Morgan Ware 1894–1957 married Elizabeth Nellie Jackson Morgan, born in 1884.
This is a close up portrait of baby Hazel Ware with an oriental rug seen behind. It is a "hidden mother" studio photo. Her mother Mary would be draped behind holding the baby up for the long 30 second or more exposure in the photographer's studio, quite a feat! Hazel appears to be about 6-8 months of age in this photo.
Sadly, Helen Ware died in 1905 at the age of 14 in West Chesterfield, Cheshire County, New Hampshire of Tuberculosis. A wonderful old signed photo of a much loved Ware family baby, found in Hampden County, Massachusetts.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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