Our Ewing Heritage, with Related Families-Revised Edition - Betty Jewell Durbin Carson and Doris M. Durbin Wooley. Any reader who has ancestry with the name Ewen, Ewin, Ewan, Euen or Ewing can relate to the history and genealogy in this book. Thorough research has revealed the origin of the name, clan characteristics, coats of arms, and the migration from Scotland to Ireland and then to America. The first American ancestors settled in Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Indiana, but the genealogical section extends up to the present and encompasses the entire United States. Chapters devoted to specific men and their families include: Nathaniel bc1693 Ireland; William b1665 Scotland; Henry, who settled in Ewingsville, Queen Anne County, MD; John bc1648 Ireland; Samuel, who arrived in Maryland as early as 1695; Joshua d1753 MD; James bc1650 Scotland; Alexander of Fort Wayne, IN; Henry of Chester County, PA; and others. Ewing births and marriages, covering every state in the Union, occupy 95 pages. The book is fully indexed and contains many old illustrations such as those of Stirling Castle in Scotland and Nathaniel Ewing who came to Maryland c1727. Both authors are descendants of one of the Ewing family branches and the book is dedicated to their great-grandfather, Henry Harvey Ewing.
1996, paper, 1300 pp.