About James Ewing
From Sketches of the families of Thomas Ewing and Mary Maskell, William Ewing and Eleanor Thompson, James Ewing and Eleanor Rhea, and their descendants, 1910:
The third son of William and Eleanor Ewing was James. He served in the War of 1812 under "Mad" Anthony Wayne. He lived to the ripe age of eighty-four years. James Henry Ewing, the writer's father, relates that he was teaching school near Mahoning, Indiana County, at the time of his great-uncle James' death. This was in 1851. In 1795 he married Mary Horn. They had two children, John and Mary.
From “Work Family History”, vol. I (1969) & vol. II (1994), compiled by Von Gail Hamilton.
James served under Mad Anthony Wayne in the War of 1812.
Born 1767 in Franklin, PA
Served in the 3rd Battalion, Cumberland County Militia form 1790 to 1800
Source: Michael Rowe firstname.lastname@example.org TombstoneInscription: JAMES EWING DIED FEB. 25, 1851 IN THE 84TH YEAR OF HIS AGE