Person:Andrew Lowe (11)

Dr. Andrew J. Lowe
b.8 November 1833
m. bef. 1832
  1. Martha LoweAbt 1832 -
  2. Dr. Andrew J. Lowe1833 - 1889
Facts and Events
Name Dr. Andrew J. Lowe
Gender Male
Birth[1] 8 November 1833
Death[1] 21 June 1889 Hickman County, Tennessee

Real Estate Transfer

S. J. Jones to Andrew J. Lowe, 144 acres in Ninth District, $3,000.
[Source: The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, June 21, 1878]
  1. 1.0 1.1 Find A Grave.

    Dr Andrew J. Lowe
    BIRTH 8 Nov 1833
    DEATH 21 Jun 1889 (aged 55)
    BURIAL: Carothers Cemetery
    Only, Hickman County, Tennessee, USA

    A physician, he served in the 11th TN. Infantry as well as the 10th TN. Cavalry. Second husband of Rachel Banks Jones Carothers. Lowe also served in the Tennessee legislature, but resigned after 4 months and died 6 weeks later.

  2.   United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432).

    Name: Andrew Lowe
    Age: 17
    Birth Year: abt 1833
    Birthplace: Tennessee
    Home in 1850: Hickman, Tennessee, USA
    Gender: Male
    Family Number: 1062
    Household Members: Name Age
    Lewis D Lowe 46
    Matilda Lowe 39
    Matha Lowe 18
    Andrew Lowe 17

  3.   United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T9).

    Name: Andrew J. Low
    Age: 46
    Birth Date: Abt 1834
    Birthplace: Tennessee
    Home in 1880: District 9, Hickman, Tennessee, USA
    Dwelling Number: 102
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Relation to Head of House: Self (Head)
    Marital status: Married
    Spouse's name: Rachel B. Low
    Father's Birthplace: Tennessee
    Mother's Birthplace: South Carolina
    Occupation: Farmer
    Household Members: Name Age
    Andrew J. Low 46
    Rachel B. Low 43

  4.   State of Tennessee. Acts of the State of Tennessee Passed at the General Assembly
    Volume 46, pg. 99.

    NUMBER 2.

    Whereas, This House has learned with sorrow of the death of Andrew J. Lowe, Representative from the County of Hickman, since the adjournment of the regular session of this body; therefore,
    Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, That the Speaker appoint a committee of five to draft suitable resolutions, and present the same to this House for its adoption.
    Adopted Feb. 24, 1890
    W.L. CLAPP
    Speaker of the House of Representatives

  5.   Spence, W. Jerome D, and David L Spence. A history of Hickman County, Tennessee. (Easley, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, 1981)
    pg. 278-279.

    During the winter of 1858-59 Dr. Andrew J. Lowe gave instruction in an informal manner to a party of young men at his home in the Ninth District, The young men formulated their own rules, and met and adjourned at their pleasure* their instructor joining them when his business affairs permitted. Some of those who had the benefit of his instruction were Samuel G. Jones, Thomas Lomax, John F. M. Fain, Wesley Morrison, Pleasant Poore, Samuel Woolard, Amsel Murphree, William Burchard, Jared C. Frazier, W. J. D. Spence, “ Bud ” Woolard, and Henry Lowe. Dr. Lowe, who was a son of Maj. Lewis Lowe, was a good physician, but preferred farming. He was a member of the Forty-Sixth General Assembly, and died during the term.