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Categories:Types, Research, Genealogy
Published by: Larry Feldhaus on May 04, 2012
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The
Ewing
Genealogy
with
Cognate
Branches
A
Survey
of
the
Ewings
and
Their
Kin
in
America
By
Presley
KIttredge
Ewing
and
Mary
Ellen
(Williams)
Ewing
 
IIFT
COPYRIGHT.
1919,
BYPRESLEY
K.
EWINC
 
The
Ewixg
Genealogy
with
Cognate
Branches
In
Memoriam
The
Day
You
Went
The
day
you
went
my
world
was
done.
There
came
no
comfort
from
the
sun
Nor
from
the
love
of
life
that
lurks
In
sunlight,
nor
from
all
the
worlds
Of
faith
and
old
philosophy,
Till
one
young
rose
leaned
down
to
me
And
shot
my
brooding
like
a
wing;
The
most
foolhardy,
gallant
thing
In
all
this
rocking
world,
conceived
Of
morning
dew
..
.
and
I
believed
It
bannered
upward
from
the
sod
The
visible
defenseof
God.
Beatrice
W.
Ravenel.
After
the
manuscript
of
this
book
was
complete
and
arrangement
made
for
its
publication,
on
April
i,
1919,
at
the
family
home
in
the
City
of
Houston,
Mary
Ellen
(Williams)
Ewing,
one
ofthe
authors,
as
the
culmination
of
a
lingering
illness,
peacefully
and
with
her
last
expression
a
smile,
passed
into
eternity,
her
remains
being
interred
in
the
family
vault,
St.
John's
Cemetery,
Thibodaux,
Louisiana,
The
lossin
herdeath
to
humanity,
to
services
of
benefi-
cence
and
philanthropy,
was
recognized
by
all
familiar
with
the
course
of
her
life.
The
floral
offerings,
in
number
and
beauty,
were
a
rare
tribute.
The
Associated
Press
heralded
abroad
her
untimely
departure,
while
the
leading
local
dailies,
The
Houston
Post,
The
Houston
Chronicle
and
The
Houston
Press,
recounting
her
life's
services
and
achieve-
ments
herein
narrated,
as
with
one
voice
proclaimed
her
praise.
The
Houston
Press,
noting
the
fact
of
her
being
"widely
known
throughout
the
State
and
Nation,"
referred
to
the
reforms
she
had
effected
in
the
public
schools,
saying,
"A
part
of
Mrs.Ewing's
religion
was
sanitation
;"
it
also
re-
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