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Re: Ewer Family in England - 18th century
Posted by: Rob Osborne (ID *****2064) Date: January 16, 2007 at 13:46:46
In Reply to: Re: Ewer Family in England - 18th century by Sasha Coates of 183

Hi Sasha

I'm also a ewer descendant. I'd be very interested in any information you have. I've got a fair bit myself of info re 17th/18th/19th century ewers in england if there's anything in particular you'd be interested in. It is quite difficult to tie it all together though.

The guy who signed the death warrant was actually isaac ewer, or 'colonel ewer' as he's often called. Also the death warrant was that of charles 1 organised by oliver cromwell.



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