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Re: Andrew Brewer
Posted by: Bob Merrill (ID *****7339) Date: August 26, 2003 at 15:36:53
In Reply to: Andrew Brewer by Donald Ross of 8988

I have DOB of this Andrew Brewer as being 1818. He married Eunice Alderman 29 January 1843, in Morgan County, Indiana. Andrew died in his sleep in Seneca, Kansas on November 1, 1890. I have a lot on his decendants but like many of us - we're still trying to determine Andrew's parents. Eunice Alderman was born July 12, 1822, Fayette, Cumberland County, N.C. She passed away July 18, 1897, probably in Seneca, Ks. For many, many years, I could not find anything on Eunice, but finally discovered her parents were Manna Alderman and Jane Purvis. Manna died on a trip back to Burlington, Ct. when he caught Typhoid while traveling through NYC. Manna was born and raised in Burlington. Eunice and mother Jane were not along, and didn't find out about his death til later. In 1824, Jane remarried to Frederick Brewer. So Eunice was actually raised in the Frederick Brewer household. I have copies of old mid 1820's letters written between Manna and his family, verifying almost all of the above. Thomas H. Brewer was born October 5, 1845 in Indiana. He Martha Briscoe on February 16, 1865 probably in Nemaha County, Kansas. They had at least one child (Alma Brewer), - nothing further on her. If I can help further please contact me at bmerrill2@cox.net.


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