Ware House Photos

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Ware cousins at the Ware House with a view of flower garden.
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David Dauphin, owner, begins the tour of the house and property for the Ware cousins.
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Dauphin is working on a breakfast nook area in long section attached to the west side of the house. This attached structure was probably the barn, granary, and tool shed in the 1800s.
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The fireplace in the sitting room of the Ware House.
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Betsey Matteson examines the period clock in sitting room.
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Wing chair and china cabinet in the sitting room.
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The owner, David Dauphin, is restoring a corner cabinet from the original Ware house.
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The large room on the east side of the home, undergoing restoration, has windows that still retain some of the original glass panes.
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Hallway at the top of stairs
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Highboy in upstairs bedroom – old floorboards
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The garden
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A former “sugar” house now has a deck by a peaceful pond.
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Shed from 1800s moved to Ware property.
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A cellar hole which may have been an earlier house on the Ware land, or perhaps a sugar house.
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This photograph of the Ware home with two women in the yard probably dates to 1900. David Ware died in 1863 in Gilsum. He was survived by his second wife, Rachel Pratt Ware, but we do not know when she died, nor do we know who owned the house after Rachel lived there.

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