Civil War Veterans Buried In Washington State - James Ewing

James Madison Ewing

Representing: Union


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James Ewing
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Highest Rank
Sergeant
Unit
Co. G, 10th Missouri Infantry
Service Record
Enlisted as a Sergeant 8/17/1861 (residence Plymouth, IL); on 8/20/1861 mustered into "I" Co. MO 10th Infantry at St. Louis; transferred 4/27/1862 from company I to company G; Mustered Out 8/24/1864 St. Louis, MO
Obit/Notes
-- Funeral notice, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Monday, June 27, 1910, Classifieds, page 1, column A

EWING - In this city, at the family residence, 154 Blewitt street, June 26, 1910, James M. Ewing, aged 68 years, has gone to rest.

The funeral services will be held Tuesday, at 2 p.m., from the new chapel of the Fremont Undertaking Company, Masonic Temple, Fremont. G. A. R. and friends invited to attend. Interment G. A. R. cemetery.

-- Obituary, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Tuesday, June 28, 1910, page 12, column B

James M. Ewing
James M. Ewing, 68 years old, a veteran of the civil war and a resident of Seattle for nineteen years, died Sunday night at the home of his daughter Mrs. Jessie Rowley, 154 Blewett street. Mr. Ewing was a sergeant in Company B[sic], of the Tenth Missouri. He leaves three children, Mrs. Rowley, Mrs. C. W. Scott, of Seattle, and D. E. Ewing, of Oberlin, Kas.

-- Funeral notice, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Tuesday, June 28, 1910, Classifieds, page 2, column D

EWING - The funeral services for James M., the beloved father of Mrs. C. W. Scott, Mrs. Jessie Rawley and D. E. Ewing, will be held today at 2 p.m. from the new chapel of the Fremont Undertaking Co., Masonic Temple, Fremont. G. A. R. and friends invited to attend. Rev. E. R. Sutton officiating. Interment G. A. R. cemetery.

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age 68, son of William Ancel Ewing - Jane Hendricks

In 1880 Pawnee, Smith, Kansas, James M Ewing (39, IL, carpenter and farmer, father from Alabama, mother from OH) was with wife Emeline (38, IN), daughter Jessie (14, IL), sone Delayney (9, IL), daughter Ethel (0, Kansas) and sister-in-law Adalade A Hatch (41, NY)

In 1900 Seattle, Jessie M. Rowley (May 1866 , Illinois ) was living with her father, James M Ewing (Oct 1841, IL) and husband Cornelius Rowley (Aug 1866 , Iowa ), along with their children Emeline Rowley (Jan 1891 , WA) and Velma Rowley (Nov 1892 , WA ), as well as sister Ethel V Ewing ( , Kansas) and James’ sister-in-law Adelane C Royce ( , NY)

In 1910 Seattle, Jas M Ewing (68, IL) had the Rowley family living with him: daughter Jessie M Rowley (44, IL, widow), grandchildren Velma Rowley (17, WA) and Cornelius Rowley (8, WA)
 

 

Cemetery

Buried at Evergreen Washelli Cemetery

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