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Re: Mjr.Samuel Andrews from Yarmouth, N.S., any info?
Posted by: Angela Andrews Pifer Date: January 12, 2002 at 13:54:46
In Reply to: Mjr.Samuel Andrews from Yarmouth, N.S., any info? by Wendy Quick of 7524

Descendants of Samuel Andrews


Generation No. 1

1. MAJOR SAMUEL3 ANDREWS (SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1750 in New Bern, Craven Co. NC, and died Bet. October 1806 - September 20, 1807 in Tusket, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia (Source: Probate Records, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, page 187, Book 4.). He married MARY ?? Bef. 1776 in Bladen Co., North Carolina (Source: "Yarmouth Herald, Nova Scotia," Obituary, Deaths, Obituary.). She was born 1759 in Bladen Co., NC, and died September 07, 1851 in Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia (Source: "Yarmouth Herald, Nova Scotia," Obituary, Deaths, Obituary.).

Notes for MAJOR SAMUEL ANDREWS:
In 1776 when the colonies declared their independence from the British Empire, our family was caught up, as were all the Colonist, in the great struggle for freedom.
All of our direct predecessors were sympathetic to the rebellion against King George. Samuel who was the son of Thomas' brother Samuel was apparently a very outspoken Tory (British Loyalist) who was fiercely loyal to the British Crown. As a result of his unyielding allegiance to King George, he was forced off his land in 1781 and went to Charleston, South Carolina where the British had set up an evacuation station for loyalist. The newly formed North Carolina legislature would later pass a law, which allowed the confiscation of all of the land and holdings of Samuel Andrews. During his brief stay in Charleston, Samuel apparently helped the British run supplies up the Little Pee Dee River to the red coats who were engaging the forces of the "Swamp Fox", Francis Marion. Samuel eventually evacuated to Spanish Florida, and later to Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia. Landed there on one of the ships the British used for
transporting Loyalists. He lived in the town of Shelburne, stayed there long enough to submit his petition and obtain [with several other men] a grant of land to the west in Tusket. This was where he established his home. He is considered one of the "first settlers" of Tusket. Samuel farmed two hundred and fifty acres, which he received as a land grant from King George, and there lived out his life. He was fairly prominent in his community and was one of the settlers instrumental in establishing the Anglican Church in Shelburne, Yarmouth County - in the township, as his name is on a petition along with 44 other men. Perhaps he was able to contribute more to this cause than some of the others, but he certainly didn't manage it single-handed. It has been reported by many that he founded this church, but it does not appear he actually did so on his own.

Childrens information and most spouses obtained from a book called "Yarmouth, Nova Scotia: A Sequel to Cambell's History" by George S. Brown; Rand Avery Company, Printers, Boston: 1888. pages 254-256. Gives the genealogy of Samuel Andrews, but lacks dates. It also states Samuel and Mary Andrews had "two or three others [meaning children] died young". We also know from other records that they had four children when they removed to East Florida after the evacuation. So atleast four children were born in either North of South Carolina.

{Source: "LOYALISTS in the SOUTHERN CAMPAIGN of the Revolutionary War", by Murtie June Clark VOL1- Baltimore- Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1981
Official Roll of Loyalists recruited from North and Couth Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana} page 12 -13

ANDREWS, SAMUEL, Bladen Co., N.C. Joined Gen. McDonald at the Cross Creek Feb 1776, escaped after defeat at Moore's Creek and returned home; imprisoned but released on bail. When Cornwallis' Army came to S.C. in 1780, joined them on march into N.C. was sent as Capt. into back country to harrass rebels. Sept. 1781 was made a Major of Militia. On evacuation of Wilmington, set out for Charlestown, nearest British Garrison; taken prisoner, escaped, reached Charlestown where he continued until May 1782. Was then sent to Little Peedee, 150 miles away, with ammunition for its defense; remained until Sept. 1782 when he returned to Charlestown. Was evacuated to E. Fla., where he remained until Mar. 1784. MEMORIAL, 28, Mar. 1786 Halifax. CLAIM: 100 acres on Saddel Tree Swamp near Drownding Creek; grist mill; orchard, cattle, etc. Rejected. (A013/25/24-26)

{Source: "Biographical Sketches of LOYALISTS of the American Revolution with an Historical Essay by Lorenzo Sabine, Vol 1". Baltimore-Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1979} pag 165-166
States Samuel Andrews along with his history that ...."He was in Shelburne, Nova Scotia by July 1785, for the purpose of pressing his claim among the commissioners, "under very disagreeable circumstances." Unsuccessful, he subsequently employed David McPherson, London."

I have a copy of the original Oath Samuel Andrews filed with the Britian Commissioners appointed by Act of Parliament, stating he resided in St. Johns in East Florida from the 15th of July, 1783 to the 25th of March, 1784. He claims he was unaware there was a set time for him to file a return and make claim or Memorial for his loyalties to his Majesty and the British Goverment. Was sworn on the 28th of March 1786, at Halifax. Also attached is an "Estimate of the Estate & Property of Samuel Andrews of Bladen County, North Carolina, taken and confiscated by the rebels, as follows, viz,
One hundred Acre Land laying on Saddle Tree Swamp, near Drownding Creek with a Grist mill thereon and Apple and Peach Orchard with good buildings valued by estimation Worth in Money----------$200..
2 Horses value at-------25..
50 Head Cattle -----------75..
100 Hogs value----------50..
16 Sheep value----------10..
Lord by Proclamation Paper Money 160.. equal to 90..
100 Bushels Indian Corn and Wheat value-------------10..
Household Furniture and Farming Utensils value---30..
Final Estimate------------------------------------------------------490.00

Note: There are two seperate Samuel Andrews mentioned in the book. The other was from Connecticut.

1793 Poll tax recorded for Yarmouth Township, Public Archives of Nova Scotia Record Group 1, vol 444 and one-half no 18. SAML ANDREWS assessed at 6 shillings and 9 pence. {there are 113 names, only 5 persons have a higher assessment than S.A.}

SOURCE: Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada - Index to Probate Records & Estate Papers:
ANDREWS- Samuel
Record number: 58
Place of abode: Yarmouth County
Probate granted: 20, Sep 1807
WILL book: 3/page322
ACTS: book 4/page187

Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Registry of Probate/Wills, Vol 1, 1794-1828
(Have copy of Will) Will was written the fifth day of April 1799

Date of Death is most likely between October 1806 and the time the Will was probated in Sept. of 1807. For Samuel Andrews is listed by signature on "Township Records" Oct 1806 as being part of "....a joint committee of the Proprietors of Yarmouth and New Grantees with the limits of said Township,"....

The following information taken from the 1783 Spanish Census of East
Florida (http://www.petersnn.org/petersnn/1783.html)
Appears to pertain to this Samuel Andrews, for another Source "Dictionary of North Carolina Biography" Volume 1 A-C, Edited by William S. Powell, The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, page 38, states "At the evacuation of Charles Town, he went to East Florida, taking his wife and four children, and four slaves with him. There they lived on Doctor's Lagoon."....

"ANDRE, Samuel - N. Carolina planter - married with 4 children - undecided to
remain or leave; he has 4 slaves and 1 horse; farms and lives on a vacant
estate on Doctor's lagoon on the other side of the St. Johns River; his
brother lives with him, a bachelor called John."

"YOUNG, William Pennsylvania planter & recently chief of a company of men -
married with 1 child - wishes to leave for the British Dominions; he has a
wife and a son. He was first a planter but recently had to make himself
chief of a company of men in order to preserve public peace for the breaking
of said company he has, as yet, had no orders. This troop is comprised of
Don William, Chief; 2 Lieutenants, Samuel GRAY and William LUCAS, 2
sub-Lieutenants, Nathaniel ASHLEY and William BOQUEN, 4 Sergeants and 40
privates; he owns 11 slaves and 4 horses. His residence is at the mouth of
the Julia Anton (Julington) Inlet."

A List of the Men in Lt. Col. Young's troop, 6 August 1783:
William Young, Col & Capt.; Samuel Gray, Lt.; William Lucans, Lt.; William
Ashley, Sgt; William Bogan, Ens; Drury Fort, Sgt; John Young, Sgt; Hugh
Brown, Sgt; Hartwell Penticost, Private; Richard Jenkins; John Crawford;
Nathaniel Hall; Wilson Williams; Robert French; Robert Bolton; Joseph
Holman; **Samuel Andrews**; William Drew; Jesse Prescot; William Bishop; Ruf.
Hutson; William Tate; William Williams; Phillip Proctor; John Weaver; James
Clemmons; John Campbell; Ezekiel Smith; Jared Moore; William Mitchell;
Martin Sisley; Elijah Bishop; Jacob Ebner; Jeremiah Tate; Joseph McCormack;
Francis Sterling; Edward Proctor; William Niblet; John McVay; Thomas
Goldsby; Andrew Fitch; Solomon King; Hawkins Bryant; John Scott; Samuel
Williams; Phillip Goodbread; Joseph Summerlin; Michael Berry

More About MAJOR SAMUEL ANDREWS:
Will: April 05, 1799, Shelburne, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia

Notes for MARY ??:
In her obituary dated Sept 13, 1851, on file at the Yarmouth County Museum Archives, died at the age of 92 years, it states she was mother of 11 sons and 5 daughters. States she was born and married in Bladen Co., NC

So 10 of the 11 sons are accounted for and 3 of the 5 daughters. Can only assume other three died in infancy or very young.
       
Children of SAMUEL ANDREWS and MARY ?? are:
2.       i.       JOHN4 ANDREWS, b. November 09, 1776, New Bern, Craven Co., NC; d. November 25, 1862, Tusket, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia.
       ii.       SAMUEL ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1778, North Carolina.

More About SAMUEL ANDREWS:
Individual Note: Emigrated

       iii.       NATHAN ANDREWS, b. 1780, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1838, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia; m. MARY LARKIN; d. August 28, 1850, Michigan.
3.       iv.       MARY ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1782, North Carolina; d. Tusket, Nova Scotia.
4.       v.       ROBERT ANDREWS, b. January 12, 1787, Tusket, Nova Scotia; d. Bef. 1871, Tusket, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia.
5.       vi.       THOMAS ANDREWS, b. 1791, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia; d. May 10, 1874, Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.
       vii.       ABNER ANDREWS, b. January 26, 1793, Tusket, Nova Scotia (Source: Kemptville Corner Cemetery, Nova Scotia, Tombstone reading.); d. December 19, 1877, Kemptville, Nova Scotia (Source: Kemptville Corner Cemetery, Nova Scotia.); m. SARAH ROBERTS (Source: Peter Crowell, Exercising Caution With Secondary Sources.), Abt. 1827; b. August 17, 1790, Robert Island, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia (Source: Kemptville Corner Cemetery, Nova Scotia, tombstone reading.); d. September 23, 1861, Kemptville, Nova Scotia.

More About ABNER ANDREWS:
Burial Location: Kemptville Corner Cemetery, Nova Scotia

Notes for SARAH ROBERTS:
One Source indicates her surname was Roberts, daughter of Daniel Roberts (1758-1850) who married Anna Goodwin, Sept 16, 1779. The 6th child of said couple Sarah Roberts was born August 7, 1790 and married Abner Andrews.

More About SARAH ROBERTS:
Burial Location: Kemptville Corner Cemetery, Nova Scotia

6.       viii.       AMELIA ANDREWS, b. 1796, Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia; d. 1848, Kemptville, Nova Scotia.
7.       ix.       DAVID F. ANDREWS, b. September 20, 1796, Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia; d. February 10, 1875, St. John, New Brunswick.
8.       x.       ALEXANDER ANDREWS, b. 1798, Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia; d. 1880, Acadian, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia.
9.       xi.       WILLIAM W. ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1800, Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia; d. March 05, 1882, Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia.
10.       xii.       SARAH ANDREWS, b. 1801, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.
       xiii.       JOEL ANDREWS, b. 1804, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia; d. Bef. 1881.

Notes for JOEL ANDREWS:
Age 66 in 1871 Nova Scotia Census

Important not to confuse this Joel with the son of his older brother John - who was born abt 1807.


Generation No. 2

2. JOHN4 ANDREWS (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born November 09, 1776 in New Bern, Craven Co., NC (Source: Raynarton Cemetery tombstone [Tusket Lakes], Yarmouth CO., Nova Scotia.), and died November 25, 1862 in Tusket, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia (Source: Raynarton Cemetery tombstone [Tusket Lakes], Yarmouth CO., Nova Scotia.). He married REBECCA MORTON November 09, 1802 in Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, daughter of WELLS MORTON and KEZIAH GOODWIN. She was born Abt. 1783 in Salem, MA, and died January 21, 1862 in Tusket, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia (Source: Raynarton Cemetery tombstone [Tusket Lakes], Yarmouth CO., Nova Scotia.).

More About JOHN ANDREWS:
Burial Location: Raynarton [Tusket Lakes] Cemetery, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia

Notes for REBECCA MORTON:
Age 79 on tombstone
       
Children of JOHN ANDREWS and REBECCA MORTON are:
       i.       GEMIMA5 ANDREWS, b. June 16, 1803.
       ii.       WILLIAM ANDREWS, b. November 28, 1804; m. ISABELLA BULLERWELL.
       iii.       NAOMI ANDREWS, b. June 23, 1806.
11.       iv.       JOEL ANDREWS, b. August 25, 1809, Tusket Lakes, Nova Scotia; d. March 30, 1877, Tusket Lakes, Nova Scotia.
12.       v.       JOHN ANDREWS, b. June 08, 1810, Raynardton, Nova Scotia; d. January 04, 1896, Red Beach, Calais, Maine.
       vi.       MARTHA ANDREWS, b. July 07, 1812; d. 1902; m. (1) JOHN HAMILTON; m. (2) CHARLES ANDREWS.
       vii.       NEHEMIAH ANDREWS, b. June 07, 1814, Tusket Lakes, Nova Scotia; d. March 12, 1882, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia; m. (1) CYNTHIA NICKERSON; m. (2) MARY GAVEL.
       viii.       REBECCA ANDREWS, b. March 16, 1821; d. April 1872; m. THOMAS BULLERWELL.

3. MARY4 ANDREWS (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1782 in North Carolina, and died in Tusket, Nova Scotia. She married ISRAEL HURLBURT August 02, 1802 in Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia (Source: George S. Brown, "Yarmouth, NS Genealogies", (1888).), son of TITUS HURLBURT and SARAH HAZELWOOD. He was born December 07, 1780 in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia (Source: Argyle Township Book/Tusket Nova Scotia.), and died 1888 in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.
       
Children of MARY ANDREWS and ISRAEL HURLBURT are:
       i.       ISRAEL5 HURLBURT.
       ii.       SAMUEL HURLBURT.
       iii.       JOSEPH HURLBURT.
       iv.       MARY HURLBURT.
13.       v.       GEORGE HURLBURT.

4. ROBERT4 ANDREWS (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born January 12, 1787 in Tusket, Nova Scotia (Source: Shelburne Records [Nova Scotia] 1769-1868.), and died Bef. 1871 in Tusket, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia. He married MARY POWELL January 09, 1814 in Barrington, Nova Scotia (Source: Marriage Records - C.E. Church, Shelburne, Nova Scotia.), daughter of JOHN POWELL and ELIZABETH HAMILTON. She was born Abt. 1789 in Barrington, Nova Scotia, and died January 25, 1877 in Tusket, Nova Scotia (Source: Death Register, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia.).

Notes for MARY POWELL:
age 83 in 1871 Nova Scotia census
       
Children of ROBERT ANDREWS and MARY POWELL are:
       i.       BRIDGET5 ANDREWS, m. JOSEPH ENZER (Source: Browns History of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.).
       ii.       ELIZABETH ANDREWS, m. WILLIAM BLACK (Source: Browns History of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.).
       iii.       JOHN ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1834, Canaan, Nova Scotia; d. November 10, 1873, Canaan, Nova Scotia; m. ELIZABETH P. TREFRY; b. March 17, 1838, Tusket, Nova Scotia; d. April 01, 1916, Bourne, MA (Source: "Yarmouth Herald, Nova Scotia," Obituary.).

Notes for JOHN ANDREWS:
Age 37 in 1871 Nova Scotia Census       

       iv.       MARGARET ANDREWS, m. ISRAEL HURLBURT, JR.; b. Abt. 1806 (Source: George S. Brown, Hurlburt Genealogies.).
       v.       SAMUEL ANDREWS, b. November 27, 1814, Canaan, Nova Scotia (Source: (1) Argyle Township Book/Tusket Nova Scotia, Page 106., (2) Argyle Township Book #1, pg 106.).
       vi.       MARY ANDREWS, b. August 12, 1816, Canaan, Nova Scotia (Source: Argyle Township Book #1.); m. JOHN W. HURLBURT; b. 1806, Tusket, Nova Scotia (Source: George S. Brown, Hurlburt Genealogies.); d. 1900, Tusket, Nova Scotia.
       vii.       KEZIAH ANDREWS, b. January 03, 1820, Canaan, Nova Scotia (Source: Argyle Township Book #1, pg 106.); d. February 18, 1883, Tusket, Nova Scotia (Source: Galvelton United Baptist Meeting House Cemetery, Nova Scotia.); m. JOSEPH ALLEN; b. 1820; d. March 05, 1900, Tusket, Nova Scotia (Source: Galvelton United Baptist Meeting House Cemetery, Nova Scotia.)..
       viii.       DANIEL ANDREWS, b. March 27, 1822, Canaan, Nova Scotia (Source: Argyle Township Book #1.).
14.       ix.       ROBERT JR. ANDREWS, b. September 07, 1825, SpringHaven, Nova Scotia; d. Aft. 1901, Shelburne, Nova Scotia.

5. THOMAS4 ANDREWS (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born 1791 in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, and died May 10, 1874 in Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia (Source: Death Register, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, page 96.). He married MARY WOOD, daughter of JOHN WOOD and MARY. She was born Abt. 1790 in Shelburne, Nova Scotia, and died March 13, 1875 in Tusket Lakes, Nova Scotia (Source: Death Register, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, page 125.).

Notes for THOMAS ANDREWS:
Age 80 in 1871 NS census

Notes for MARY WOOD:
Age 81 in 1871 Nova Scotia Census
       
Children of THOMAS ANDREWS and MARY WOOD are:
       i.       SAMUEL5 ANDREWS, m. MARIE DEVEAU.
       ii.       MARIA ANDREWS.
       iii.       MARY A. ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1833 (Source: 1871 Census, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia.).
       iv.       CHRISTIANA ANDREWS.

6. AMELIA4 ANDREWS (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born 1796 in Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia, and died 1848 in Kemptville, Nova Scotia (Source: Kemptville Corner Cemetery, Nova Scotia.). She married (1) WILLIAM PROSSER (Source: George S. Brown, "Yarmouth, NS Genealogies", (1888).). He was born in London, England. She married (2) JOHN VAN EMBURG Bef. 1817. He died Bef. 1823 in Kemptville, Nova Scotia.

More About AMELIA ANDREWS:
Burial Location: Kemptville Corner Cemetery, Nova Scotia
       
Children of AMELIA ANDREWS and JOHN VAN EMBURG are:
       i.       SUSAN5 VAN EMBURG, m. SAMUEL HURLBURT (Source: George S. Brown, Hurlburt Genealogies.).
       ii.       EDITH VAN EMBURG, m. DAVID HURLBURT (Source: George S. Brown, Hurlburt Genealogies.).
       iii.       ELEANOR VAN EMBURG, m. WILLIAM HURLBURT (Source: George S. Brown, Hurlburt Genealogies.).

7. DAVID F.4 ANDREWS (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born September 20, 1796 in Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia (Source: Marilyn Andrews Kidwell, "Kidwell Papers," 1996, Nova Scotia.), and died February 10, 1875 in St. John, New Brunswick. He married MARGARET HACKETT May 29, 1834.

Notes for DAVID F. ANDREWS:
Went to New Brunswick and supposedly married there

Two different sources offer two different wives and deaths. Not sure which is correct.
Show his death in 1875 in New Brunswick, and another says he died about 1847 [same location]

One wife was given as Hannah, born abt 1800 and died March 11, 1837 in Watersborough, Queens, New Brunswick @ 37 years of age. [Source: D. F. Johnson, "Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers; July 1985] Hannah is said to be the mother of David B. Andrews as well.

       
Child of DAVID ANDREWS and MARGARET HACKETT is:
15.       i.       DAVID BENJAMIN5 ANDREWS.

8. ALEXANDER4 ANDREWS (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born 1798 in Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia (Source: Doanes Cemetery Records, Acadia Cemetery, NS.), and died 1880 in Acadian, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia. He married HANNAH KINNEY Bef. 1829, daughter of NATHAN KINNEY. She was born September 24, 1811 (Source: Doanes Cemetery Records, Acadia Cemetery, NS.), and died January 22, 1887 in Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia (Source: "Yarmouth Herald, Nova Scotia," Obituary.).

More About ALEXANDER ANDREWS:
Burial Location: Acadian Cemetery, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
       
Children of ALEXANDER ANDREWS and HANNAH KINNEY are:
       i.       ALEXANDER5 ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1834; m. ORLINDA HERSEY, January 28, 1855 (Source: The Doane Family, Vol 1, (4th Edition, 1984), Pg 116.).
       ii.       WILLIAM ANDREWS.
       iii.       PEARL ANDREWS.
       iv.       MARY ANDREWS.
       v.       ANNA ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1844; d. December 18, 1893, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia (Source: "Yarmouth Herald, Nova Scotia," Obituary.).

9. WILLIAM W.4 ANDREWS (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1800 in Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia, and died March 05, 1882 in Tusket Lakes, Yarmouth County, Novia Scotia (Source: Peter Crowell, Yarmouth County Inventory of Grave Markers.). He married (1) ELEANOR HAMILTON, daughter of DANIEL HAMILTON. She was born Abt. 1809 (Source: George S. Brown, "Yarmouth, NS Genealogies", (1888).), and died July 07, 1878 in Tusket, Nova Scotia (Source: Peter Crowell, Yarmouth County Inventory of Grave Markers.). He married (2) MARTHA ELIZABETH MACCONNELL June 23, 1879 in Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia. She was born Abt. 1812 in Shelbourne, Nova Scotia, and died 1902 in Tusket, Nova Scotia.

Notes for MARTHA ELIZABETH MACCONNELL:
She was a widow upon marrying William
       
Children of WILLIAM ANDREWS and ELEANOR HAMILTON are:
       i.       WILLIAM5 ANDREWS, m. TABITHA MARLING.
       ii.       DAVID ANDREWS, m. SARAH MARLING.
       iii.       JAMES ANDREWS.

More About JAMES ANDREWS:
Individual Note: Killed in American War

       iv.       ABNER ANDREWS.
       v.       HANNAH ANDREWS, m. CHARLES GAFFNEY.
       vi.       ELLEN P. ANDREWS.
       vii.       SOPHRONIA ANDREWS.
       viii.       CORDELIA ANDREWS.
       ix.       MARY JANE ANDREWS.
       x.       SARAH ANDREWS.
       xi.       JANET ANDREWS.

10. SARAH4 ANDREWS (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born 1801 in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. She married JOHN HURLBURT, son of TITUS HURLBURT and SARAH HAZELWOOD. He was born January 12, 1786 in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia (Source: Argyle Township Book/Tusket Nova Scotia.), and died March 31, 1872 in Tusket, Nova Scotia.

Notes for SARAH ANDREWS:
Age 70 in 1871 Nova Scotia Census
       
Children of SARAH ANDREWS and JOHN HURLBURT are:
       i.       JOHN W.5 HURLBURT, b. 1806, Tusket, Nova Scotia (Source: George S. Brown, Hurlburt Genealogies.); d. 1900, Tusket, Nova Scotia; m. MARY ANDREWS; b. August 12, 1816, Canaan, Nova Scotia (Source: Argyle Township Book #1.).
16.       ii.       SARAH HURLBURT.


Generation No. 3

11. JOEL5 ANDREWS (JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born August 25, 1809 in Tusket Lakes, Nova Scotia, and died March 30, 1877 in Tusket Lakes, Nova Scotia (Source: Death Register, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, pg 125.). He married MARY ANN MORTON Bef. 1840. She was born Abt. 1819 in Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia (Source: Marilyn Andrews Kidwell, "Kidwell Papers," 1996, Nova Scotia.), and died Aft. March 1877.
       
Children of JOEL ANDREWS and MARY MORTON are:
       i.       DELILAH6 ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1841.
       ii.       JOHN ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1844.
       iii.       AMOS ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1847.
       iv.       ALICE ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1852.
       v.       JOEL ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1855.
       vi.       ABNER ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1857.
       vii.       ALVARETTA ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1860.

12. JOHN5 ANDREWS (JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born June 08, 1810 in Raynardton, Nova Scotia, and died January 04, 1896 in Red Beach, Calais, Maine. He married JANET MINGO July 04, 1843 in Calais, Maine, daughter of GEORGE MINGO and MARY LANGILLE. She was born August 12, 1819, and died January 30, 1899.
       
Children of JOHN ANDREWS and JANET MINGO are:
17.       i.       MARY ANNE6 ANDREWS, b. March 05, 1846, Red Beach, Calais, Maine; d. February 08, 1923.
18.       ii.       DAVID M. ANDREWS, b. August 05, 1847, Nova Scotia; d. April 11, 1923, Calais, Maine.
       iii.       REBECCA JANE ANDREWS, b. May 01, 1850; d. September 20, 1864.
       iv.       JOHN ANDREWS, b. March 25, 1852; d. March 30, 1852.
       v.       CHARLES WILLIS ANDREWS, b. August 03, 1858, Calais, Maine; d. December 07, 1923, Calais, Maine; m. AUGUSTA HUMPHRIES.

13. GEORGE5 HURLBURT (MARY4 ANDREWS, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) He married DEBORAH WHITE, daughter of DAVID WHITE.
       
Child of GEORGE HURLBURT and DEBORAH WHITE is:
       i.       MARY6 HURLBURT, m. GIDEON HURLBURT (Source: George S. Brown, Hurlburt Genealogies.); b. 1810.

14. ROBERT JR.5 ANDREWS (ROBERT4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born September 07, 1825 in SpringHaven, Nova Scotia (Source: Sweeney Funeral Home Records.), and died Aft. 1901 in Shelburne, Nova Scotia. He married (1) IRENE HURLBURT January 03, 1850 in Nova Scotia, daughter of ISAAC HURLBURT and ELEANOR GRAY. She was born 1828 in Canaan, Nova Scotia (Source: Sweeney Funeral Home Records.), and died April 20, 1879 in Canaan, Nova Scotia. He married (2) MARIA ELEANOR ACKER January 28, 1882 in Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, daughter of TIMOTHY ACKER and ELEANOR ROWLAND. She was born March 26, 1837 in Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, and died May 1917 in Gunning Cove, NS.

More About ROBERT JR. ANDREWS:
Burial Location: Gunning Cove, Shelburne Cemetery, NS

Notes for MARIA ELEANOR ACKER:
Widow- was married to a "Doane"
       
Children of ROBERT ANDREWS and IRENE HURLBURT are:
       i.       CHARLES NOBLE6 ANDREWS, b. 1851, Canaan, Nova Scotia; d. 1851, Canaan, Nova Scotia.
       ii.       GEORGE HARVEY ANDREWS, b. 1851, Canaan, Nova Scotia; d. 1851, Canaan, Nova Scotia.
       iii.       GEORGE HARVEY ANDREWS, b. June 1853, Canaan, Nova Scotia.
       iv.       THURSEY ANDREWS, b. June 1853.
       v.       CHARLES NOBEL ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1855.
       vi.       INGLES HATFIELD ANDREWS, b. October 17, 1858.
       vii.       ANNIE BELLE ANDREWS, b. March 19, 1861.
       viii.       NETTIE VIOLA ANDREWS, b. February 08, 1863; m. ? BURKE.
       ix.       ARTHUR ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1865.
       x.       ARMINTA ANDREWS, b. March 06, 1867, Canaan, Nova Scotia; d. October 08, 1938, Newbury Port, MA.
       xi.       ELIZA MAY ANDREWS, b. September 30, 1869.

15. DAVID BENJAMIN5 ANDREWS (DAVID F.4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)
       
Child of DAVID BENJAMIN ANDREWS is:
19.       i.       WILLIAM MCCOY6 ANDREWS.

16. SARAH5 HURLBURT (SARAH4 ANDREWS, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) She married JOSHUA PITMAN TREFRY, son of WILLIAM TREFRY.
       
Child of SARAH HURLBURT and JOSHUA TREFRY is:
       i.       ELIZABETH P.6 TREFRY, b. March 17, 1838, Tusket, Nova Scotia; d. April 01, 1916, Bourne, MA (Source: "Yarmouth Herald, Nova Scotia," Obituary.); m. JOHN ANDREWS; b. Abt. 1834, Canaan, Nova Scotia; d. November 10, 1873, Canaan, Nova Scotia.

Notes for JOHN ANDREWS:
Age 37 in 1871 Nova Scotia Census       .


Generation No. 4

17. MARY ANNE6 ANDREWS (JOHN5, JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born March 05, 1846 in Red Beach, Calais, Maine, and died February 08, 1923. She married (1) WILLIAM ROBERT WARR. She married (2) LIBBEUS SIMMONS VICKERY July 03, 1890 in Union Church, Calais, Maine.
       
Children of MARY ANDREWS and WILLIAM WARR are:
       i.       ELDORA7 WARR, b. February 11, 1869, Dufferin, New Brunswick, Canada; d. December 20, 1913, Calais, Maine.
       ii.       WILLIS WARR, b. October 07, 1871; d. December 1897, At Sea; m. VIOLA TOOKER.
       iii.       AMBROSE WARR, b. July 23, 1874.
       iv.       MILLARD WARR, b. July 10, 1876.
       v.       MARYJANE WARR, b. September 03, 1878.

18. DAVID M.6 ANDREWS (JOHN5, JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born August 05, 1847 in Nova Scotia, and died April 11, 1923 in Calais, Maine. He married (1) SARAH ELIZABETH TOOKER, daughter of STEPHEN TOOKER and MARY PYE. She was born November 17, 1865 in Marie Joseph, Nova Scotia, and died in Calais, Maine. He married (2) JENNIE SEELEY.
       
Children of DAVID ANDREWS and SARAH TOOKER are:
       i.       JENNIE MAY7 ANDREWS, b. March 14, 1897, Calais, Maine; d. March 16, 1983, Portland, Maine; m. WILLIAM FITZSIMMONS, October 31, 1929.
       ii.       MAURICE ANDREWS, b. 1901, Calais, Maine; d. March 16, 1988.

19. WILLIAM MCCOY6 ANDREWS (DAVID BENJAMIN5, DAVID F.4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)
       
Child of WILLIAM MCCOY ANDREWS is:
       i.       ROBERT PERRY7 ANDREWS.


Hope this helps,
Angela


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