I'm the same Ewing as the John Ewing you contacted back in July on the same topic. My parents perpetuated the Edmond but it's such a poncey name I never use it.My dad, being Edmond Waddy Ewing had only that and Waddy to get on with, so he insisted on being called Ted.I remember once asking him as a child if his real name was Theodore.The answer is lost.
Anyway, in case it interests anyone else visiting, here is the reply I gave you then:-
My tree has:
1653Edmond m Anne 1664Baruck born 1684Baruck m Mary Bates 1686Richard born 1708Richard m Elizabeth Grogan.3 children. Elizabeth dies in 1714 1716Richard m Dorcas dtr of Cadwallader Edwards of Ballahire
Richard & Dorcas have 10 children, whereof Margaret is n° 7 (no birth date).Then I have
Margaret m. "Rev. Wm Acheson, Carn, Wexford"
Carn is a townland in the barony of Forth.Whether the compiler of my tree misspelt Acteson as Acheson or whether the name was Acheson and got changed to Acteson later I couldn't find out.Google gave me several thousand hits on Acheson Wexford but only 5 on Acteson Wexford, but none of them were very relevant.I tried finding the parish register or a list of incumbents in the Carn living, but there is another Carn in Donegal that swamped everything out.In any case it would have been Protestant, and most of the on-line registries in Eire appear to be RC (funny, that...).
If Wm Acheson is indeed Acteson, then we are related through Richard & Dorcas: our line goes back through Henry, Richard's 3rd son and Margaret's elder brother.
The tree I have is in 2 parts: the first carries no date after 1853, and is finnicky about the month of someone's death in 1848, so I assume it dates from about then.The second part was put together by my sister, and traces us from Frances Waddy to the present.
If I can tell you any more, please let me know.And yes please, I would like to hear more...