This name is on Stockwell War Memorial, London SW9
W. G. Ware
(William George Ware)
(Ware, William George)
Service no 1187
Private, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), 2nd Battalion
Born in Brixton; enlisted in Westminster; lived in Lambeth
Killed in action on 27 March 1915
CWGC: "Son of Mr W. H. Ware, of 34 Bessborough Gardens, Westminster, London."
Remembered at Ferme Buterne Military Cemetery, Houplines, Nord, France, as well as Stockwell War Memorial, London SW9 and inside St Andrew's Church, Landor Road, London SW9
Information from the 1911 census
William George Ware, 16, was a junior clerk at the Army & Navy Stores. He lived at 16 Dalyell Road, Stockwell, with his parents, William Henry Ware, 45, a foreman for a timber merchant, born in Battersea, and Edith Annie Ware, 39, from Chelsea, and elder sister Edith Annie Ware, 17, a "lady clerk" at a coal office. The family had eight rooms. WIlliam Henry Ware has written "householder" proudly in the space for "Number of rooms in this dwelling."