Biography of A. C. Ewing
Hancock County, OH Biographies

A. C. EWING, Findlay, superintendent of Hancock County Infirmary, was born in Liberty Township, this county, November 26, 1854, son of Cornelius and Elizabeth (Insley) Ewing, natives of Ohio, the former of German descent, the latter of English extraction. Cornelius Ewing, who was a tiller of the soil all his life, came to this county in 1853 and settled on a farm in Liberty Township; his family consisted of four children, our subject being the eldest. A. C. Ewing was reared on the farm and followed agriculture as an occupation until he reached his majority; he afterward went to Findlay and engaged as a clerk in a wholesale and retail store, and was thus employed for five years; then went to farming for himself. Mr. Ewing is the owner of a farm of eighty acres in Union Township. In politics he is a Democrat and is a member of the Democratic committee of Hancock County. He is a member of the Royal Arcanum. In 1884 Mr. Ewing was appointed superintendent of Hancock County Infirmary. He is a kind hearted man, well calculated for the position he fills, and is ably assisted by his wife. Mrs. Arabella Ewing is a daughter of John King and is of English descent. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing were united in marriage in 1878, and they have one child, Maud May. Our subject and wife are members of the Evangelical Church, and he is a class leader and superintendent of the Sabbath school.

History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: Warner, Beers and Company
Chicago, Illinois 1886

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