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The Daily Dispatch: February 13, 1865., [Electronic resource] 9 1 Browse Search
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es witnessed. Men, women and children were literally roasted alive in the streets. Captain Joseph H. Ware occupied the dwelling No. 1,128 Ninth street.--His family consisted of himself, his wifetheir beds, and there they found themselves in a river of fire. The family became scattered. Mrs. Ware had her youngest child, a girl of about five years of age, in her arms. She fell, and Lewis Cfierceness of the fiery blast to leave her to her fate and seek safety for himself in flight. Mrs. Ware, her child, and a daughter about fifteen or sixteen years of age, were burned to death in the ed that their remains can only be identified by the peculiar circumstances surrounding them. Captain Ware and his two sons escaped; but three of his daughters are missing.--Captain Ware and his sons Captain Ware and his sons were all badly burned. There were six bodies, in all, recovered; they were taken to the second district station-house. Three of the bodies have been recognized as belonging to the Ware family. One,