Birth: May 15, 1798, Burlington, Hartford County, Connecticut
Death: May 28, 1888, Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio
Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio
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From History of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches (Cleveland, Ohio: H.Z. Williams & Bros., 1882), Volume 1, p. 452:
Norman Andrews was born in Hartford county, Connecticut, May 15, 1799. His parents were Whitely Hun and Rosanna (Hamblin) Andrews. His father came to Trumbull county as early as 1804, and purchased a tract of land in Vienna township. He afterwards settled in Brookfield township, where he lived until his death. Norman remained at home until seventeen, when he came to Ohio and located in Vienna, and afterwards engaged in mercantile business at Paine’s corners [Payne's Corners], the firm being Andrews & Fuller. He was married about 1822 to Julia, daughter of Isaac Humason. Six children were born of this marriage, five of whom are living—Laura Ann, born August 12, 1822, now wife of William G. Moore, of Youngstown; Chauncey H. Andrews, December 2, 1823, a prominent business man of Youngstown; Lawrence G., September 12, 1828; Wallace C., June 17, 1833; Phebe R., February 8, 1837, wife of Thomas L. Moore, of Hazelton; Savilla P., born November 30, 1825, died in 1846. His first wife dying, he married, in 1851, Mrs. Lucia Cotton (nee Hutchins), daughter of Samuel Hutchins, of Trumbull County, and by this marriage had two children—Emma R., born March 26, 1852, and Norman C., December 30, 1856. Mr. Andrews came to Youngstown in 1841, and bought the old Mansion House of Governor Tod, which he conducted as a hotel for several years, until the death of his first wife. For the last twenty years he has led a retired life. Mr. Andrews, notwithstanding the limited opportunities enjoyed for the acquirement of an education, is a man of much intelligence, and is familiar with some of the best works of our literature, being particularly fond of Shakespeare.
From Alfred Andrews, Genealogical History of John and Mary Andrews, Who Settled in Farmington, Conn., 1640: Embracing Their Descendants to 1872; With an Introduction of Miscellaneous Names of Andrews, With Their Progenitors as Far as Known; To Which Is Added A List of Some of the Authors, Clergymen, Physicians, and Soldiers of the Name (Chicago, Ill.: A. H. Andrews & Co., and Hartford, Conn.: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1872), p. 385:
NORMAN ANDREWS, fourth son of Whitely Hunn, of Newington and Burlington, Conn., and in 1817 of Vienna, Trumbull County, Ohio, and his first wife, Rosanna Hamblin, of Burlington, born 15th May, 1800, at Burlington; married October 1821, Julia, daughter of Isaac Humason, born in April, 1804, at Vienna, Ohio, who died 22d June, 1849, when second he married 1st January, 1851, Mrs. Lucia Cotton, whose maiden name was Hutchins, daughter of Samuel, of Warren, Ohio. Mr. Norman Andrews is a farmer, living at Youngstown, Ohio, and has retired from business.
HIS CHILDREN BY HIS FIRST WIFE, JULIA.
Laura Ann, born 12th August, 1822, married 18th March, 1852, William G. Moore, Esq., of Beaver, Penn.
Chauncey H., born 2d December, 1823, married 1st July, 1857, Louisa Baldwin.
Lavilla P., born 30th November, 1825, died in 1846, aged 20 years.
Lawrence G., born 12th September, 1828. He graduated at the Cleveland Medical College in 1854, and was a soldier two years.
Wallace C., born 17th June, 1833, married 7th February, 1867, Maggie St. John, of Willoughby, Ohio.
Phebe R., born 8th February, 1837, married 13th October, 1858, Thomas L. Moore, of Youngstown, Ohio.
HIS CHILDREN BY HIS SECOND WIFE, LUCIA.
Emma R., born 26th March, 1852.
Norman C., born 30th December, 1856.