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Re: Ewen, Mt. Holly, NJ
Posted by: Trudy O (ID *****2822) Date: April 01, 2009 at 17:11:40
In Reply to: Ewen, Mt. Holly, NJ by Kathy Johnston of 236

Not a definite. But I have looked for her parents. I am also interested in this spelling-Ewen, rather than Ewan.
Joseph Ewen was in the area at the time. This is what I have on him. Remember he is a good possibility.
He may be the one who changed the spelling of Ewan to Ewen
Probably the one listed in NJ Rateables 1773 & 1774 Willingboro Twp. Assessments. He is listed as a householder (ie not owner) of land.
Joseph Ewan found in:
Colonial America, 1607-1789 Census Index
State: NJ
County: Burlington Co.
Location: Willingborough Twp
Page #: 118
Census/Enumeration year: 1773
If the above is ever proven, then he may be a son of Ambrose Ewan (1712-1762)who married Ann Fenton. Ambrose was a son of John.


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