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Andrew ForresterJames Redding Ware 1832 c 1909 was a British writer, novelist and playwright, creator of one of the first female detectives in fiction.James Redding Ware was born in Southwark, south London, in 1832, the son of James Ware, a grocer, and Elizabeth, nee Redding By 1851, his father had died, and his mother, according to the census, was a grocer and tea dealer, and James Redding Ware was her assistant By 1861, the household is no longer in place, and J R Ware is not readily identifiable in the census But in 1865, James Redding Ware became a Freemason, at the Westbourne Lodge No 733, and he was living in Peckham He became a Junior Warden at the Urban Lodge, no 1196, and by 1872 a Worshipful Master WM His detective works include The Female Detective c.1863 4 , edited by A.F Secret Service, or, Recollections of a City Detective 1864 The Private Detective and Revelations of the Private Detective both c.1868.
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