Person:John Andrews (118)

m. Bef 1672
  1. Daniel Andrews1672 - 1748
  2. Mary Andrews1674 - 1708
  3. Joseph Andrews1676 - Est 1761
  4. Thomas Andrews1678 - 1680
  5. Lieutenant John Andrews1680 - 1740
  6. Martha Andrews1682 -
  7. Hannah Andrews1684/85 -
  8. Paul Andrews1686/87 - Bet 1762 & 1763
  9. Stephen Andrews1689 - Bef 1766
  10. Ebenezer Andrews1692 - 1692
  • HLieutenant John Andrews1680 - 1740
  • WMary Goffe1693 - 1769
m. 26 Jun 1712
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Lieutenant John Andrews
Gender Male
Birth[1][3][4] 10 Jun 1680 Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 26 Jun 1712 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Mary Goffe
Death[1][2][4][5] 16 Jun 1740 Kensington, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Burial[6] Christian Lane Cemetery, Kensington, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Estate Inventory[5] 6 Oct 1740 £676-04-04. Taken by Daniel Andrews, Thomas Deming and Elihu Dickinson.
Probate[5] 20 Jan 1740/41 Administration to widow Mary Andrews and son David.
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jacobus, Donald Lines. Andrews Families of Western Connecticut: II. John Andrews of Farmington. American Genealogist (D.L. Jacobus). (Apr 1959)

    "John (Andrews), b. (Farmington) 10 June 1680; bapt. 'quickly after'; d. at Wethersfield (Kensington), 16 June 1740; m. 26 June 1712, Mary Goff, b. at Wethersfield, 15 Nov. 1683, d. at New Britain, Conn., 7 Sept. 1769 ae. 75 (g.s.), dau. of Jacob and Margery (Ingersoll) Goff. The probate mentions widow Mary, eldest son David, other children Mary, Moses, Abraham and Esther (Manwaring's Digest, 3:218)."

  2. 2.0 2.1 25. John Andrews, in Andrews, Alfred. 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., 1872)

    "25. John Andrews, son of Daniel, sen., of Farmington, married 26th June, 1712, Mary, daughter of Jacob Goff, of Wethersfield, born 15th Nov., 1693, and was sister to Mabel, wife of his brother Daniel. They lived in the limits of Wethersfield, but belonged to Kensington parish. He was called sergeant; he died 16th June, 1740, aged 60 years and six days, and then called Lieut. John. She died 7tb Sept., 1769, at the house of Moses, her son, in New Britain, and a red sand-stone is at her grave, south side of our cemetery. His inventory was £676 4s. 4d.; no will, but administration granted to widow Mary and his eldest son David. She was a constituent member of New Britain church from the church in Kensington, 1758. This inventory taken 6th Oct., 1740, by Daniel Andrus, Thomas Deming, and Elihu Dickinson, and one item was one-eighth part of a grist-mill; David had a double portion, viz. £28 18s. 4½ d.; to Moses, Mary, Abraham, and Esther, each £14 9s. 2d., and Joseph Beckley, Isaac North, and Benjamin Beckley, were distributors."

  3. Farmington Vital Records [NEHGS], in Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records

    "Andrews, … John, b. June 10, 1680 [LR1:2]"

  4. 4.0 4.1 Wethersfield Vital Records [NEHGS], in Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records

    "Andrews, … John, Sergt., b. June 10, 1680, in Farmington; d. June 16, 1740 [1:51]"

  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Andrews, John, Kensington, in Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records. (Hartford, Conn.: R. S. Peck & Co., 1904-06)

    "Probate Records. Vol. XIII, 1737 to 1742. Page 255.

    Andrews, John, Kensington. Died 16 June, 1740. Invt. £676-04-04. Taken 6 October, 1740, by Daniel Andrews, Thomas Deming and Elihu Dickinson.

    Court Record, Page 13—2 August, 1737: An addition to the invt. of the estate of John Andrews was now exhibited in Court by Joseph Andrews, which addition amounts to the sum of £8-02-11, which invt. is accepted. [3:xiii. 218 — l. 11-14. Court Record, 2 August. 1737: is misplaced, and should appear under Estate of John Andrews, Middletown, on pp. 139-40.]

    Page 81—20 January, 1740-1: This Court grant letters of Adms. to Mary Andrews, widow, and David Andrews, son of the decd.

    Page 50 (Vol. XIV) 4 December, 1744: Mary Andrews, Adms., exhibited an account of her Adms., by which account it appears she has paid in debts and charges the sum of £59-16-04. Accepted. Abraham Andrews, a minor, 16 years of age, son of John Andrews of Wethersfield, made choice of his brother Moses Andrews to be his guardian. Recog., £500. Esther Andrews, age 12 years, chose her mother Mary Andrews to be her guardian. Recog., £500. And the sd. Mary Andrews, Adms., moves this Court for a dist. of the moveable estate of the sd. deceased:

    The moveable part of the invt., £189-18-10; Subtracting the debts and charges, 59-16-04; There remains to be distributed, 130-03-06; To the widow, 43-07-06; To David, eldest son, 28-18-04; To Mary, Moses, Abraham and Esther, children of the deceased, to each of them, 14-09-02

    And appoint Joseph Beckley, Isaac North and Benjamin Beckley, of Wethersfield, distributors."

  6. Lieut John Andrews, in Find A Grave.