Dr. Samuel Amos Andrews Obituary (mentions Yale). "The Weekly Standard" 23 March 1853.
Death of Dr. Andrews. Our readers and ihe community at large will be pained to hear of ihe death of Dr. Samuel A. Andrews, of this place. He died on Friday night last, being exactly 56 years of age. Dr. Andrews was born in the town of Woodbury, Connecticut, March 11th, 1797, and received the degree degree of Doctor of Medicine at Yale College in the year 1818, and was married the same year to Louisa Gunn, of Washington. Connecticut. In 1824 he removed removed to North Carolina, locating himself at Sleepy Creek, in this county, where he' was an inmate of the family of the la'.e James Griswold, for whom he ever entertained the clost feelings of friendship. In 1827 he removed to vv aynesbcrough, and from thence to Goldsborough, in 1840. He was one of the first settlers of our present beautiful and flourishing village, village, and always has heen loved and respected by his old and new neighbors. Possessed of a high order of intellect, he was one of the most prominent men of his profession, and enjoyed a large practice. His reading in history, literature and politics was extensive, extensive, and his powers of conversation always made him an agreeable and instructive companion. In his death the community has lost one whose place can hardly be filled, and the poor especially, a friend indeed. indeed. He died in the full assurance cf an existence beyond the grave, of happiness and eternal felieity Goldsborough Rep. & rol .. i "