Who is a Ewing?

The EFA is about people with the surname Ewing, but also Ewen, MacEwan, and similar names. We welcome "Ewings" of every background and others who have an interest in our history and genealogy.

Many but not all Ewings trace family history back to Scotland or Ireland, and may identify with Clan Ewing.  EFA has a dual role: a US-based surname society and as a Clan Society.  Scottish or not, all Ewings are welcome at EFA!

What is Clan Ewing?

ewing tartan2Clan Ewing is a Scottish Clan with a long history, though in recent times it has had no Chief.  In 2014, Clan Ewing was newly recognized at the Court of the Lord Lyon with John Thor Ewing as Commander. (The new Clan tartan is above.) View the Clan's web site here.

The Ewing Family Association, while separate from the Clan, operates in close cooperation.

Something to ask or say?

Join our Google Group for discussion by email. Read messages or post direct at our Discussion Group page right now! If you're on Facebook, check the Clan Ewing discussion group and the Ewing Family Association page. Twitter handle: @EwingFamilyAssn.

Links are provided when information is available for at least the first four generations of the immigrant's descendants in America.

  • Alexander Ewing (1677 - 1738/9)
        m. Rebeckah
  • Alexander Ewing (circa 1685 - ?)
        m. unwed
  • Alexander Ewing (1730 - 1790)
  • Anne Ewing (circa 1707/8 - ?)
        m. George Gillespie (circa 1700 - ?)
  • Charles Ewing (circa 1715 - 1770)
        m. Martha Baker
              (circa 1725 - aft Jul 1770)
  • Ester Ewing (circa 1697 - ?)
        m. James Cowden
  • George Ewing (1715 - 1798)
            of Prince Edward Co, VA
        m. Catherine Lawson
  • Henry Ewing (1701 - 1782)
        m. Jane Allen
  • James Ewing (1680/5 - 1740)
            of Hunterdon Co, NJ
        m. Margaret
  • James Ewing (1712 - circa1788)
            of Prince Edward Co, VA
        m. Ann Dunn
  • James Ewing (circa 1720 - ?)
            of Pocahontas Co, VA
  • James Ewing (1721 - 1801)
        m. 1st Sarah Mays
        m. 2nd Sarah Edwards
  • James Ewing (1733 - 1825)
        m. Mary McKown (1740 - 1825)
  • James Ewing (? - 1776)
        m. 1st Maria Shellebarger
        m. 2nd Sabina Schrebele
  • Jean Ewing (circa 1694 - ?)
        m. Mr. Vance
  • John Ewing (1648 - 1745)
            of Carnashannagh
        m. 1st Jannet Wilson
        m. 2nd Janet McElvaney
  • John Ewing (circa 1695 - 1751)
            of Queens Anne Co, MD
        m. Elizabeth
 
  • John Ewing (circa 1698/9 - 1753)
            of East Nottingham Twp,
                Chester Co, PA
        m. Susannah
  • John Ewing (1703 - 1735)
        m. Sarah Jenkins
  • John Ewing (1705 - 1768)
            of York Co, PA
        m. Martha
  • Joshua Ewing (circa 1704 - 1753)
        m. Jane Patton
  • Mary Ewing (1706 - ?)
        m. Mr. Collins
  • Nancy Ewing
        m. Mr. Houston
  • Nathaniel Ewing (1693 - 1748)
        m. Rachel Porter (1706 - 1771)
  • Robert Ewing (circa 1718 - 1787)
        m. Mary Baker
              (bef 1734 - aft Mar 1786)
  • Samuel Ewing (circa 1701 - 1772)
            of West Nottingham Hundred,
                Cecil Co, MD
        m. Rebecca George
  • Samuel Ewing (circa 1705 - 1758)
            of Prince Edward Co, VA
        m. Margaret
  • Samuel Ewing (? - 1798)
        m. Margaret McMichael
  • Thomas Ewing (circa 1695 - 1747/8)
        m. Mary Maskell (1701 - 1784)
  • Thomas Ewing
        m. Nancy Campbell
  • William Ewing (circa 1700 - 1782)
            of Prince Edward Co, VA
        m. Catherine
  • William Ewing (1694 - 1796)
            of Rockingham Co, VA
        m. Anna Shannon
  • William Ewing (circa 1711 - 1781)
            of Frederick Co, VA
        m. Elizabeth Tharp

The Y-DNA Project

A major activity of the Association is our Y-DNA Project. With Y-DNA, we have found significant genetic relationships among Ewing men, some going well before the time of conventional genealogy and family history. Check our recently revised web pages.

The Warrior Regiment

The Warrior Regiment is an honorary veterans' group within EFA, for those who have faithfully served as veterans of the Armed Forces of the USA. See: Warrior Regiment.

Ewing Audaciter

Donate to EFA!

Please consider a tax-deductible donation to the Ewing Family Association, a 501(c)3 organization.

Your generous contribution will support EFA's education, research, and fellowship activities for the greater Ewing community. Thank you!

RSS Feed

 

Author Login

Accounts are currently for site administrators only.

Officers

Chancellor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Board Chair This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Treasurer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Secretary This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Coordinators

Archives This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Webmaster,
EFA Forum
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Genealogist This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Membership This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Y-DNA Project This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Contact Us

Ewing Family Association
1330 Vaughn Court,
Aurora, Illinois  60504 USA

www.EwingFamilyAssociation.org

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.