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David Frank Arthur Ewers

David Frank Arthur (Frank) Ewers
Born [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Husband of — married 1908 in Temora, New South Walesmap
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Father of and [private son (1920s - 2000s)]
Died [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 14 Jan 2010
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1917 Appeared in the Wyalong Advocate, 25 Aug 1917: Mr F. D, Ewers, of "Danbury," Ungarie, recently visited Sydney to consult a specialist for eye trouble. He was under the special treatment of Dr Shepherd for some time, and his complaint is now much relieved.

1919 Appeared in Wyalong Advocate, 3 Jan 1919: Mr. F.D. Ewers, of Danbury," Ungarie, was included in the list of newly-appointed Justices of the Peace (2)

1924 Died (4)


Appeared in the Wyalong Advocate, 29 Jul 1924:

Mr. F. D. Ewers Death removed another pioneer and highly respected resident of the dis trict, in the person of Mr Frank David Ewers, the sad event taking place at his residence, "Danbury," near Ungarie on Thursday last. De ceased had been ailing for the past six years, suffering from heart affection. He has been under eminent medical men in Sydney, but for some time past he has been under the care of Dr Maloney.

The late Mr Ewers was 47 years of age, and was a native of Adelaide, South Australia. He came to "Belle Forest," Bona, with his parents and other members of the family in 1895 He remained there till 1907, when he took over the "Danbury" property, where he carried on grazing and farming pursuits up to the time of his death. He was a keen student of politics and public affairs, and took a keen interest, when health permitted, in every movement for the welfare and advancement of that portion of the district. He has occupied various positions in the Farmers and Settlers' Association, and durng the war was a splendid worker for the various patriotic movements. A large circle of friends will keenly regret the passing of a genial personality and public-spirited citizen.

The remains were interred in the Church of England portion of the Bena cemetery on Friday, Rev R. Johnston officiating at the graveside. The funeral arrangements were con ducted by Mr Mills.

A wife and two children are left to mourn their sad loss (Mrs Ewers being a daughter of Mr and Mrs D. Nix on, of Reefton). (1)

Buried in Bena cemetery in an unmarked grave (5)


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