OS. Ramijki..

Samuel Andrews, son of Amos (56), b. Oct. 26, 1753; m. Nov. 18, 1778, Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel and Temperance (Bushnell) Barnes. He was in the Revolutionary army, and while home on the furlough his arm was shattered by the accidental discharge of a pistol in the hands of his father. Amputation was necessary, and this interrupted his martial career. He was a man of many eccentricities, of active mind, and quick movement. He built the brick house now occupied by Mr. Whitney, and owned by R. A. Neal. But few men of this town have left a name connected with anecdotes and social history to the extent that he has done. He died (of cancer) Aug. G, 1832, and his wife March 20, 1843, aged 83.

Children.—135. Lurann, 6. Oct. 8, 1776; m. Loly Cowles; 13G. Clarissa, b. June 16, 1779—(now, 1876, the oldest person in the town); 137. Betsey, b. Aug. 6, 1781; m. John Church; 188. Samuel, b. Nov. 2, 1788; m. Betsey Clark; 189. Lnnrn, 4. Dec. IS, 1786; 140. Sophia, b. March 20, 1787; m. Joel Smith; 141. Roxannn, A. Aug. 1, 1790; <L 1791; 142. Roxanna, 4. June 16, 1793; m. Dr. John B. Johnson; 148. Warren, 4. Oct. 24, 1796; m. Eliza Johnson; 144. Emma, 4. July 10, 1798; m. Richard Krisbee; 146. Temperance, 4. March 29, 1801: m. Dr. J. B. Johnson; 148. Henry, 4. Oct. 17, 1803; m. Nov. 24, 1881, Betsey Seward.

109, Lemuel.

Lemuel Andrews, son of Lemuel (67), b. Nov. 15, 1790; m. (1) Jan. 1, 1821, Laura, daughter of Leverett and Ruth (Barnes) Curtiss, who died Dec. 22, T822; he married (2) Nov. 3, 1824, Emma Lewis, who died Nov. 6, 1826; he married (3) Jan. 23, 1843, Mary Ann Lewis. He was a wagonmaker by trade, and had his shop near Atwater's Mills, and also in Southington village. He was held in excellent repute, and died May 1, 1864.

Childhrn.—147. Roderick Curtis* (died young); 148. Lewis, 4. March 17, 1860; d. Dec.

14, 1868.

1 lO. Josiah B.

Josiah Bishop Andrews, son of Josiah (82), b. March 17, 1775; m. Aug. 17, 1801, Mary Bissell, of Windsor; graduated at Yale College, 1797; studied theology, licensed to preach June 5, 1799, ordained at Killingworth April 12, 1802. Removing to New York, he studied medicine, and received his medical degree March 11, 1816. He settled as pastor at Perth Amboy, N. J., in 1816, and both preached, and practiced medicine. He died in Now York, April 26, 1853.

Children- 149. Josiah B., 4. July 24, 1804; 160. Solomon, 4. Feb. 15, 1806; 161. Eliza, 4. Jan. 14, 1808; m. Elisha Harris, M. D.; 162. William, 4. July 20, 1810.

120. Beriah.

Bbbiah Andrews, son of Benjamin (85), b. Feb. 9, 1774; m. March

15, 1795, Anna, daughter of Jesse Carrington. He was a tinner by

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trade, and lived in the east part of the town, not far from where Charles Moore now lives. The house has disappeared; and he died Oct 2, 1826. His widow died March 6, 1840, aged 65.

Childbbx.—1*2. Phileoa, A 1797; d Jane at, 1822; 1*4- Join, A Dec 2, 17M; ea. April IS, 1830, Augusta* GoodaeU; 1*4- Laara, a. Ira Lev»; d Dec, ISO; 16*. William, A Feb. SS, 1806; at. Tbeodoaia tram.

1S25. Eusha 0. Elisha Demino Andrews, son of Jonathan (88), 4. Feb. 18, 1783; m. Sept. 13, 1808, Betsey, daughter of Seth and Anna (Abbot) Lathrop, of West Springfield, Mass. He graduated at Yale College in 1803; studied theology with Dr. Lathrop, of West Springfield, Mass.; settled at Putney, Vermont; preached at West Bloomfield, Mendon, and Pittsford, N. Y.; also at Armada, Mich., where he died Jan. 12, 1852. His wife died June 5, 1859.

Childui. —1*7. Seta U, a. Jane 24,1609; at. ParneUa Pierce; 168. Anne A., A Jan. 8, 1812; at, Ber. E W. True; 1*9. Joteph L, A April 14,1814; 160. Chariee, A Aug. 81, 1817; d. 1818; 161. Charles, A Aug. 28, 1820; 142. Edmund, A April 22, 1824; 163. George, A Dec 28, 1826.

135. Lenta. Luxan Andrews, son of Samuel (98), 6. Oct. 8, 1776; m. Sept 30, 1802, Loly, daughter of Calvin and Mariam (Atwater) Cowles. He was a blacksmith by trade, but after his marriage he removed to Plymouth, and ran a mill. Returning to Southingtou, he lived at South End until 1805. After this for three years he worked the farm of Caleb Savage, and in the spring of 1808 he began the manufacturing of wooden combs. In 1809 he removed to New Hartford (near Utica), N. Y., and manufactured combs, but retured the same year to Southiiigton. Afterward he bought the farm now owned by his son Gad. His wife died Feb. 28, 1819, aged 40, when he married (2) July, 1819, Polly, widow of Martin Phinney. His own death occurred Sept 17, 1839. His second wife died Oct 6, 1845, aged 62.

Ckildkem.—164. Gad, A May 25. 1803; «. Diantha Woodruff; 16*. Sylvia, A. June, 1806—died young; 166. Beimel J , 6. Dec. 6, 1606; at, Belinda Carter; 167. Emma A., A July 8, 1813; d. March 12, 1829; 168. Iram W., 4 Jan. 6, 1827; d. Not. 18, 1627; 16S. Loly Jane, A April 1, 1S26; at. Alexander Lewis.

1 38. Sahukl.

Samukl Andrews, son of Samuel (98), 6. Nov. 2, 1783; m. May 7, 1806, Betsey, daughter of Elisha and Hannah (Sherwood) Clark. He built a residence opposite bis father's, in Southington village, and was greatly esteemed in the town, having been entrusted frequently with public affairs.

Ciiildrbh.— 170. Lambert B., *. Hay IS, 1807; 171. Hannah E, A Dec 80, 1812.

1£54. Julia (Goodsell). Julia Andrews, daughter of Beriah (120), b. Dec. 2, 1798; To. April 12, 1820, Augustus, son of Samuel and Lucy (Horsington) Goodsell. He was a joiner by trade, and lived in the Flanders district, where he died July 4, 1837.

Children.—172. George; 173. F.meline, A. ;m. Aug. 26,1848, George H. Smith;

174. Lewis.

1CJO. William.

William Andrews, son of Beriah (120), b. Feb. 23, 1806; To. Oct. 23, 1828, Thcodocia, daughter of Benoni and Huldah (Sandford) Evans. He is a carpenter by trade, and lived for a time in the east part of the town; then removed to West Street, Southington; then removed to Richford, N. Y., but finally returned to Southington, and now lives on West Street, a highly respected citizen of the town. Five of his sons were in the last war, and all returned safely to their home.

Children.—176. Ellen, A. Aug. 18, 1829; ra. (1) April 17, 1848, Wlllard .1. Rarnes; (2) April 24, 1868, James W. Crisscy; d. Aug. 29, 1878; 176. Kinmn Ann, A. Oct. 19, 1831; m. Oct. 4, 1860, Alonzo Hough; 177. Mary, A. April 17, 1833; d. .Inly 20,1862; 178. Charles W., A. Aug. 24, 1836; 179. Levi, 4. Feb. 19, 1840; m. Nov. 8, 1866, Emily E. Foote; 180. Albort, b. Feb. 29, 1842; 190. John, b. Sept. 15, 1846; m. Oct. , 1874, <lau. of John H. Grnluim; lnl. James, b. Feb. 26, 1848; m. Jan. 1, 1873, Miss 0. F. Keeue, Jacksonville, Fla.; 192. Sarah E., A. May 16, 1849; m. Charles H. Tollos.

164. Gad. Gad Andrews, son of Luman (135), b. May 25, 1803; m. May 1, 1833, Diantha, daughter of Amos and Phebe (Hart) Woodruff. Ho lives in the east part of the town, on a farm pleasantly situated near the Kensington line. His taste has led him into literary pursuits, and more particularly in the direction of antiquarian research. By diligence and wonderful economy of time, he has gathered a vast amount of information concerning the ancient town of Farmington, and consequently the soveral towns into which it has been subdivided. Also in genealogies, ho is an authority; and his large stores of knowledge have been drawn upon in the preparation of the Andrews and Hart genealogies. And without his aid this volume could not have been written. (See Biog. Sketch.)

Children.—193. Ellzur, A. June 6,1884; n». Dec. 24, 1868, Mrs. Catherine M. Woodruff; 194. Luman, A. Jan. 5, 1839; m. Nov. 11, 1862, Mrs. Ellen D. Moore.

160. Bknnft J. Bbnnet Jobiaii Andrews, son of Luman (135), b. Dec. 5, 1806; in. March 24, 1835, Belinda, daughter of Renssolaer and Nancy (Averill) Carter, who died Sept. 11, 1837; when he married (2) March 24, 1842, Lavinia, daughter of Daniel C. and Lorinda (Johnson) Frost. He lived in the east part of Southington, and in company with his brother Gad engaged in the manufacture of cement. He afterward lived in New Britain, but died at his farm-house March 18, 1860. His widow married Dr. Daniel Norton, of Hartford.

Children.—196. Emma 11., b. Jan. 1,1848; 186. Legrand, b. May 3, 1845; 197. Franklin I)., k. Aug. 1, 1847.

1 ^O. r.AUUKRT It.

Lambert Rodney Andrews, son of Samuel (138), b. May 12, 1807; To. Dec, 1838, Elizabeth, daughter of Sethand Rebecca (Kirby) Smith, of Middletown. He occupies his father's homestead in Southington.

Children.—198. Ellen J., 4. May 8,1848; 199. Martha C, b. July 9, 1S54. 171. Hannah E. (liruinurri).

. Hannah Elizabeth Andrews, daughter of Samuel (138). U. Dec. 30, 1812; To. July 4, 1837, Edwin Brainard, of Haddam. She lived adjoining the old homestead, and died Oct. 25, 1861. Mr. Brainard died Feb. 7, 1870.

Children.—200. Amelia S.; 201. Mary E., m. Oct. 19, 1860, Edgar T. Gridley; 202. Wilber F.

1 03. Elizdr. Eli/ur Andrews, son of Gud (161), b. Juno 6, 1834; m. Dec. 24, 1868, Catherine (Matthews), widow of Jas. F. Woodruff, and daughter of Harry and Susan M. (Perkins) Matthews, of Southington. Mr. Andrews lives on his father's farm. His wife, at the age of eleven, became a member of Mr. Gad Andrews' family, and remained with them as a daughter until her marriage with Mr. Woodruff Oct. 3, 1864, who died Jan. 21, 1867. After her second marriage she returned to her home with the Andrews family, where she was greatly esteemed. She died June 18, 1875, having been sick about two years; but amid her Bufferings she always exhibited a wonderful Christian patience and submission.

Child.—208. Emma Diantna, b. Jan 8, 1870.

1 04. I.P MAN.

Luman Andrews, son of Gad (164), b. Jan. 5, 1839; To. Nov. 11, 1862, Ellen D. (Wells), widow of Henry Moore, and daughter of Russell Wells, of Kensington. With his brother he occupies his father's farm, and is engaged in market gardening. He has also a taste for Natural Science, and gives leisure time to collection of mineralogical and geological specimens; he is also interested in meteorology.

Child.—204. Russell Gad, b. Oct. 2, 1867.

"ALLEN.

Samuel Allen, from Braintree, Essex County, England, came to this country, and settled first at Cambridge, Mass.; thence to Windsor, Conn., about 1635, where he died April, 1648, leaving his wife, Ann, and six children. She removed to Northampton, Mass., and married again.

Children.—1. Samuel, m., 1650, Hannah Woodford, find went to Nortlinmpton; 2. Nchemiah, in., 1664,Snrah Woodford; 8. John, m. Mary Hannum, and settled in Deerfield; 4. Abigail; 5. Obadiah; 0. Name not found.

f». OlIAIHAII.

Obadiah Allen, son of Samuel, of Windsor, m. Oct. 28, 1669, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Sandford, of Milford. He settled in Middletown, and became deacon of the church. His wife died, when he married (2) Mary, widow of John Wetmore. He died April 7, 1712, and his second wife, Mary, Oct. 26, 1723.

Children.—7. Obadiah, ft. Sept. 27, 1670; 8. Thomas, ft. Sept. 20, 1672; d. Nov. 8, 1672; 9. Thomas, A. Sept. 27, 1673; m. Ilnnnnh Leek; d. Deo. 8,1733; 10. Mnry, b. Sept.

15, 1675; 11. Anna, ft. Sept 12, 1677; 12. Thankful, b. Sept. 8,1679; 13. Samuel, b. March

16, 1685; m. June 23, 1714, Mnry Andrews, of Milford; 14. John, b. Sept. 27, 1786; m. Sept. 28, 1713, Mary Howe, of Wallingford.

T. OlIAIHAII.

Obadiah Allen, Ron of Deacon Obadiah (5), b. Sept. 27, 1670; in. Nov. 23, 1699, Dorcas, daughter of James Wright. He lived in Middletown, and died there 1672, when his widow married (2) Nathaniel Wetmore, who died; when site married (3) Benjamin Andrews, of Farming ton, Juno 14, 1710, and was his second wife. She died Dec. 4, 1716.

Children.—16. Obadiah; 16. Dorcas.

15. OnxniAH. Obadiah Allen, son of Obadiah (7), m. June 1, 1727, Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel and Lydia Cotton. She died Aug. 16, 1758, when he married (2) Hannah MacCoy, who died Oct. 25, 1764. He lived in Middletown.

Children.—17. Obadiah, l>. March 31, 1728; d. Sept 10, 1757; 18. Ebenester, ft. April 1, 1730; d. 1736; 19. Daniel, ft. Aug. 28, 1732; 20. Ebenczer, ft. Feb. 5, 1738; 21. Lydia, ft. Ang. 26,1742.

IO. Daniki,. Daniel Allen, son of Obadiah (15), b. Aug. 28, 1732, in Middletown; came to Southington a young man, and here married March 31, 1765, Huldah Clark, daughter of David and Hannah (Woodruff) Clark. She was born in Southington Dec. 14, 1735. He was a mer

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