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S. D. Anderw, merchant, West Canaan. This gentlemen was born in Washington County, Penn., July 23, 1838; he is a son of Cyrus and Sarah (Dille) Andrew. He emigrated to Madison County, Ohio, in October, 1856. He received common school education, and is by occupation a merchant. He was a salesman two years at Van Buren, a partner four years, farmed eighteen years and was in business for six years in Amity. His grandfather's name was Cyrus. He, our subject, was married March 1, 1855, to Ann E., daughter of John and Rachel (Bayne) Milliken, natives of Pennsylvania, of Irish, German and Scotch descent. By this union there were born six children, viz.: James C., deceased, aged twenty-three years, married Martha Worthington; Flora B.; Cyrus H.; Rachel Odessa, deceased, at eighteen months; Elmer, and Ann, deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew are members of the Presbyterian Church. He has held the office of Township Clerk and is a Democrat in politics.

 

From HISTORY OF MADISON COUNTY - W. H. Beers [Chicago, 1883]