|Birth: ||Sep. 14, 1773|
|Death: ||Dec. 21, 1844|
John Eury /Ewry/Uhry was a native of Maryland and came to Ohio at a very early day. Settling in Van Buren township, and buying land one mile east of the present site of Beavertown, toward the direction of the first church he was one of the earliest to move, donating land toward it for a site two acres, upon which is also located the cemetery. He reared a large family and lived to be very old.
This was the German Reformed church in this township.
Name spellings have been found as follows:Urrey,Urey,Ury,Ure,Uhry,Orrey, Orey and Eury.
John is thought to be brother of Christian Ury and Samuel Eury of Frederick County, Maryland.
He married to Elizabeth Hensey on April 17, 1800,in the Evangelical Reformed Church, Frederick County, MD and these two men signed the marriage document.
Elizabeth Hensey Ewry (1778 - 1835)*
David J Eury (1801 - 1864)*
Sarah Ewry Rike (1802 - 1874)*
John Ewry (1804 - 1886)*
Martha (Patsy) Ewry (1806 - 1862)*
William Ewry (1809 - 1850)*
Samuel Ewry (1810 - 1851)*
Basil Ewry (1812 - 1864)*
Elizabeth Ewry Himes (1813 - 1862)*
Note: Mary Ann Ewry-Rike is also a daughter
Created by: L. A. (Terry)
Record added: Sep 20, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5788729