William came with the company of Rev. Thomas Hooker to the colonies in 1624 and started the Andrews family of (what was to become) Hartford, CT.
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Our 9th (and 10th) great-grandparents appear to have both died on April Fool’s Day, and it’s not a joke!
Between 1700 and 1900, one date shows up six times in our direct family lines.
Remembering Elisha Andrews and his wife Ruth Loveland takes us back to colonial America.
Let me take you back to the Elizabethan time.
This week 523 years ago, our 18th (and 19th) great-grandfather in the Andrews line passed away.
The Lovelands are another early American family of Hartford, CT that belongs to our family tree.
“Molly was none of your heart-broken, sick-brained women – bless her prolificness – read the list of her jewels (children).”
This week, we remember our 3rd (and 4th) great-grandparents of the Andrews line of the family.
He probably did not fire the shot that was heard around the world, but Great-Grandpa Lt. Robert Andrews took part in the Battle at Lexington on 19 April 1775.