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Descent from 7 THOMAS EWERs (MA, NY, WI 1800s)
Posted by: Candy Cassell (ID *****8997) Date: April 13, 2002 at 19:28:50
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Ewer/Sarah Learned, Eng-Mass by Margaret of 183

Dear Margaret,

I just found your response from more than a year ago that you are descended from a line of seven men named THOMAS EWER, through your gr-gr-grandmother, PHILINDA EWER, who married BENJAMIN FRENCH. I am also descended through that same line of seven THOMAS EWERs, through PHILINDA's older brother, CHESTER EWER.

I have some names and dates from family records about PHILINDA's and CHESTER's siblings, parents and grandparents, but I need to fill in so many more details and verify what I have. For example, I know that in about 1800, this branch of the EWER family migrated from Plymouth County, Massachusetts, through Onondaga County and Wayne County, New York, and on to Wisconsin Territory in the late 1830s and 1840s, but know few of the details of their travels. I have not been able to establish the identity of PHILINDA's and CHESTER's paternal grandmother (was she a MARY LOMBARD, other than the young woman of that name who married a THOMAS DYER, not EWER?), nor have I found the lineage of their mother, LUCY RUSSELL, nor of CHESTER's wife, MARY HAMILTON.

Any assistance is appreciated! I will be most happy to share my information with anyone who contacts me, but I am hoping that Margaret (or someone who can get in touch with her) responds.

Thank you!
Candy


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