EWING, Arthur Henry

EWING, Arthur Henry. Saltsburg, Pa. 18.10.1864 — 13.9.1912. U.S. Missionary and Indologist in India. Son of the farmer James Henry E. and Eleanor Jane Rhea. Graduated at Washington and Jefferson College (B.A. 1887) and Western Theological Seminary in Pa. (1890). Ph.D. 1901 Johns Hopkins. In 1890 married Estella Loomis, ordained as Presbyterian priest and left for India. In 1891-98 director of the Christian Boy’s Boarding School in Ludhiana, in 1898-1909 Principal of Allahabad Christian College (later renamed Ewing Chr. College), then President of the same until his death. From 1902 also fellow of the University of Allahabad. Also his sister was missionary in India.

Publications: “The Hindu Conceptions of the Functions of Breath”, JAOS 22, 1901, 249-308 (diss.); “On the Çāradā-tilaka-Tantra”, JAOS 23, 1902, 65-76.

Sources: short note in JAOS 33, 1913, iii; briefly Wikipedia; http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=83756258 with photo.


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