Dr. Samuel Amos Andrews Obituary (mentions Yale). Wilmington Journal 18 MAR 1853 (page 2).
i Death, of Dr. Andrews. Our readers and the commtinily at Jarsre will he pained to hear of the death of Dr. Samuel. A. Andrews, ol this place. He died on Friday night fast, , being exactly ob years ol age. 'Drj Andrews was born in the town of ""Woodbury, Connecticut, March 11th, 1797, and received the de gree of Doctor of Medicine at Yale College in the year 1848, and and was married the same year to Louisa Gunn, of -Washington, Connecticut. In 1824 he removed to North Carolina, locating himself ; at sieeny creeK in mis county, where he was an inmate of the family of the late James Griswold, for whom he ever entertained the closest feelings of friendship In 1827 he removed to Waynesboro, and from thenc to uoidshoro' in 1849. He was one of the nee first set- tiers of Our nre.enf benntifnl nnd flanrimn- v;i!ora and Always has been loved and respected by his old and new neighbors. Possessed of a high order of in- ""yrr c U1 V - , 1 l'rum,neni men or nis i-' iT i- J v , r,"vi"-,r-' icouihj; in jit iK i r i fi t-A ia i i ... ...ivij, nomine a e.Mensive, ana hisjpowersof conversation always made him an agreea- . j . r- i nli Jinil insrriirltFa inm no n t-r T. U. . I .K.I ...auiuii ... ma uc.nu me cum- inumtv has Inst n hp uhnso nlnro rnn lior.lli. Ka r. I j w ....ww y w vim 1J 1.114 J ul iinvu, n nl i it a amaa.ii.. r . : r l ri 1 - . t.iiu me jiwi cojicninij, a menu incieeu. ne uieu in ine lull assurance of an existence beyond the of happiness and eternal felicity. irofdsbor-o Patriot. l5t inst gra.ve