"The Ewing Reading Room"
These sites concern the Ewings who emigrated to America and, in some cases, their ancestors. The cited birth/death dates are those appearing in the linked-to material; these may be different from proven or generally-accepted dates. The links will take you to the Home Page for the Web Site containing information about the ancestor. These Web Sites are organized in a variety of ways. Some provide specific links to the cited ancestor. Others provide general links to genealogical information, e.g. "Genealogy," within which you'll find the cited ancestor. Still others provide links to more-recent generations and you have to use indices or work your way "backwards" to reach the information about the cited ancestor. Bottom line: you may need to creatively surf through the Web Site to find information about the cited ancestor.
A short clan history prepared by Stephen Robert Ewing. "For an alternate history of the Ewing name (MacEwen) check out the Clan MacLachlan Web Site."
Prepared by Stephen Robert Ewing.
Search this important 20th century database and view our Ewing-specific extracts.
In 2014, the ancient Scottish Clan Ewing was revived by formal action of the Lord Lyon Court, with Thor Ewing as Commander. The Clan and the Ewing Family Association enjoy a close relationship.
"Very little is known of the earliest Ewings, although it is clear that James Ewing emigrated to America from northern Ireland in about 1740, probably at the age of 18 or 20. Possibly he was born in northern Ireland, or ..." This Web Site also provides extensive information on "Swago Bill" William Ewing (1745-1822) son of James Ewing of Pocahontas.
Web Site maintained by Richard D. Ewing.
For additional information on James Ewing of Pocahontas, click here.
A short synopsis of the life of John Ewing, a Professor (1758-1778), Trustee (1779-1802) and Provost (1780-1802) of the University of Pennsylvania.
Provided by the University of Pennsylvania.
"A website devoted to the descendants of Thomas Ewing Sr. ... who immigrated from Northern Ireland to Southampton, Long Island in 1718."
Web Site maintained by Marilyn Price-Mitchell.
"Nathaniel Ewing ... was a farmer who settled in Cecil county, Md., and reared a family of eight sons, one of whom was George Ewing. William Ewing, a son of George, came to Fayette county, Penn., toward the close of the last century. He was married to a Miss Nancy Conwell who bore him children as follows ..."
Provided by the "Beer's Biographical Project".