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Re: Ewer Family in England - 18th century
Posted by: Rob Osborne (ID *****2064) Date: January 16, 2007 at 16:40:12
In Reply to: Re: Ewer Family in England - 18th century by Sasha Coates of 183

Hi Sasha

Thanks for the quick response.

No I have a link is to the ewers in hampshire who were shipbuilders. One of them called philemon ewer (d 1749)built some famous ships. You can look him up in wikipedia.

such family divisions weren't uncommon in the civil war as far as I know (like any of the others since!).

It was definitely isaac. Again you can look it up on wikipedia. Type in 'list of regicides'.

I am on gr. i'll do a search for william tomorrow and send you a message.

I was aware of the spy. I don't know of any link though. he's defionitely not on my direct line anyway.



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