I don't have a lot on this line. Several others on this message board have more. Here are my notes on Abraham, Joseph A. and Noah Wilson Alewine:
ABRAHAM ALEWINE (Abt. 1790-May 1878) Probably buriedat Little River Baptist Church Cemetery, Honea Path, Anderson County, SC.
Record Book P, Clerk of Court 1816-1822, Newberry County, SC:Alewine, Abraham and his wife Mary Alewine of Newberry District for the sum of $300 paid by Solomon Suber of Newberry District, sold 48A of land being part of a 100-acre tract originally granted to Joseph Caldwell deceased on Cannon Creek waters of Broad River — bound by Peter Stockman, Joseph Caldwell, and Solomon Suber. Wit. July 1, 1821 by Emanuel Glymph and Jacob Lance. (pg. 7) [email from Gwen Downey, Subject: Abraham Alewine, wife Mary, 1821 Newberry Deed, Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2008 22:21:44 -0400]
1830 US Census, Anderson District, SC: Abraham is living next to his brother Ephraim. Abraham, 30-40 yrs old, has a son 5-10 yrs old, two daughters under 5 yrs old.His unnamed wife [Mary Workman] is 20-30 yrs old.
1850 US Census, Savannah River Regiment, Abbeville County, SC, 4 Oct 1850, dwelling/household # 1247, p. 260: Abram Alewine, 70, [probably only 60] a hireling, and his wife Betsy Alewine, 50, [probably abt. 40] have 7 children: John, 20, a hireling, Harriet, 18, Susan, 16, George 14, Milly, 12, Josephine, 8, Marion 4. All were born in SC.
1860 US Census, Level Land, Abbeville County, SC, 29 Aug 1860, p. 220: Abraham, 65, day laborer, personal estate worth $50, cannot read or write, Elizabeth, 40, Susan, 24, Milley, 20, Josephine, 18, Marion 14. All were born in SC.
1870 US Census, Due West, Abbeville County, SC, --1870, p. 16: Abe Alewine, 80, farmer, and Lizzie Alewine, his second wife, 56, keeping house.Jno (John), 37, Hettie, 24, and Carrie, 3 are also in the household.Value of farm is $500 and property $300.All were born in SC.
Minutes of Little River Baptist Church, p. 21: Abraham Alewine died May 1878.
JOSEPH A. ALEWINE (10 Apr 1824-16 Feb 1889) Buried Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery, Hartwell, Hart County, GA.
1860 Census, Abbeville, SC, Level Land, household 1608
Civil War Service Records: Enlisted 13 Aug 1863 in Chattanooga, TN; wounded Chickamauga 20 Sep 1863; at hospital in Columbia, SC as late as 1 Apr 1864.
1870 US Census, Abbeville, SC, Diamond Hill, p. 35. Farmer
1880 US Census, Abbeville, SC, Diamond Hill, p.29. Farmer
NOAH WILSON ALEWINE (22 April 1856-21 Jul 1916) Buried Moons Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Neese, Madison County, GA
Early Anderson County, SC Newspapers, Marriages & Obituaries 1841-1882 by Tom C. Wilkerson, 1978, p. 176: "Married: On Sunday evening the 12 inst. [Dec 1875] at his own residence by Rev. A. Rice, Mr. Noah W. Alewine and Miss Narcissa Davis, all of this County."
1880 US Census, Abbeville, SC, Diamond Hill
Madison County (GA) Cemetery Book, by the Madison County Heritage Foundation, p. 178: Noah Wilson Alewine, 22 Apr 1856 - 21 Jul 1916, Moon's Grove Baptist Church Cemetery.