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John Ewing "Indian John" 1747-1824

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English
Newman, California : B.E. Powell, 1994
iv, 141 leaves : ill., coat of arms

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Descendants of John (Indian John) Ewing (1747-1824), son of James Ewing, an immigrant to Virginia from Scotland. John was born in Augusta, Virginia, and died in Vinton, Gallia Co., Ohio. He married Ann Smith (ca. 1755-1808) in 1774. She was born in Tyrone, Ireland. They had ten children born in Stony Creek, Augusta Co., Virginia. Family moved to Washington Co., Ohio (now Gallia Co., Ohio) in 1802. John's sister, Ann (b. 1742), married Archibald Clendennen, who was killed by the Indians when they attacked the Virginia settlements on the Greenbrier River in 1763.

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