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One branch of the Ewing family : (descendants of Samuel H. Ewing and Catherine Spence, Newton Campbell Ewing branch)

complied by W. Avery Miner
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Waco, Texas : W.A. Miner, 1990
[3], iii, 122 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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Includes the Blenden, Bruner, Perry, Plemons, and other related families.

Samuel Hardy Ewing was born in Tennessee in 1808, the son of John Ewing. He married Catherine "Kate" Spence, a native of North Carolina, in Roane County, Tennessee in 1830. They had eight children, 1832-1852. The family migrated to Carroll County, Arkansas, ca. 1848. He was judge of Carroll County, 1850-1852, and 1864-1868. He died in Boone County, Arkansas, in 1870. His son, Newton Campbell Ewing, was born in Blount County, Tennessee, in 1832. He married Nancy Elizabeth Ingram (1843-1908) in 1859. They had eleven children, 1860-1883. The family migrated from Arkansas to Brown County, Texas, in 1876, and moved to McLennan County, Texas, in 1879. He died in 1895 and was buried at Crawford, Texas. Descendants lived in Texas and elsewhere.

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