George Ewbank

George Ewbank
b. about 1833, Dearborn County, Indiana, to Benjamin and Ann (Smith) Ewbank
d. 16 January 1879, Shawnee County, Kansas

m/1. 4 August 1861, Jefferson County, Kansas
Lucinda Smith
d. 1866, probably Kansas

m/2. 10 March 1870, South Cedar, Jackson County, Kansas
Lucinda “Lucy” (Finicum) Barnes
b. 1834, Clearcreek Township, Richland County, Ohio, to Mark S. and Phebe (Scott) Finicum
d. 25 October 1894

Children with Lucinda Smith:
• Dora Belle (b. ca. 1863) married (1) Matthew Phillips, (2) [–?–] Smith

Children with Lucinda (Finicum) Barnes:
• Arthur G. (1872-1930) married Sue Melissa Jones
• Henry O. (b. ca. 1874)
• Lola Anne (1876-1926) married Freas Brown Saunders

George moved to Kansas before 1862 and enlisted in the Union Army, 11th Kansas Cavalry on 16 August 1862. His military records says he was of light complexion, had blue eyes, and dark hair. He was a farmer most of his life and served as a “herdsman” during much of his time in the Army.

Submitted by:
Pat D. Saunders
Cary NC
E-mail: patsaunders@aol.com

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