WARE, INFANT I (1922-1922): Infant Ware was born to Gus Ware and Sallie Phillips Ware in Pilot Point, Texas, on February 12, 1922. Gus and Sallie’s son died of inanition six days after birth on February 18, 1922. Inanition, or malnutrition, was a common cause of infant death in the early twentieth century. Gus and Sallie’s son was buried in St. John’s Cemetery. Unfortunately the only record of their infant son that exists today is his death certificate.
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Citation: Find A Grave, database and images, memorial page for Infant Ware (12 Feb 1922–18 Feb 1922), Find A Grave Memorial no. 132707474, citing Old Slave Cemetery, Pilot Point, Denton County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by Dennis Norwood (contributor 47514808); Bakwin M.D., Harry. "Dehydration Fever in New-Borns II." jamanetwork.com. https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapediatrics/article-abstract/1173825?redirect=true.