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The Ewbank Family of Auckland, New Zealand & Other Countries

Updated April 28, 2003

Edward Ernest Ewbank
ewbank@xtra.co.nz

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Researching in particular the Ewbank (or Eubank) family of St Pancras, London from which I stem, and would like to find our earlier connections to the Ewbank (or Eubank) border clan from England's northern counties, and also distant cousins in the Americas and other countries.

Family Photos

  • Ernest Lewis Ewbank & Maud Louise Ewbank, c 1915 (34 KB)
    This photo of my paternal grandparents was taken prior to my grandfather's departure to the 1st World War. He died in Egypt in 1918, on my father's 8th birthday. My grandmother died about 25 years later, of a heart attack while running home during an air raid in the 2nd World War, in the London Blitz.
  • Karen Marie Ewbank, Piedmont Hunt, Virginia, 2000 (67 KB)
    Karen soon after attaining her "colors" with the prestigious Piedmont Hunt, Middleburg, Virginia. Photo courtesy of Anita Baarns. Karen is the mother of our beautiful grand daughters, Charlotte Marie Louise Baptiste and Maureen Dawn Ellen Baptiste.
  • Grandma & Grandpa (Marie & Me) Then & Now (44 KB)
    At Karen Marie's wedding to Alain Baptiste, at St Germain en Laye, France, 1983, and in Auckland New Zealand more recently - 1999.
  • Margaret Elizabeth Ewbank (Bobo), c 1983 (16 KB)
    This is our daughter Bobo when she was about 18 years of age. She lives near us in NZ, and is the mother of our two grandsons, Edward Ross Taylor Ewbank and Maire Anthony Curtis Ewbank.
  • The Ewbank/Eubank Family Tartan (116 KB)
    This tartan,numbered STW2898, was designed by Keith Lumsden of The Scottish Tartans World Register. It's colours have the following historical significance: The yellow and black checks are the colours of the heraldic arms granted to some members of the family. The red overcheck is taken from the Vipont family tartan, for a connection by marriage about 750 years ago. The wide blue checks represent the American branches of the family.
 

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  • Details of Ewbank/Eubank Family Tartan (13 KB)
    This file contains full details relating to the design of our tartan, the movers behind it, and its availability. If a picture does not appear, it can be viewed in the "Photos" Section of this site.
 

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