Nehemiah Andrews Genealogy
Nehemiah Andrews (Samuel3, Thomas2, William1), born May 18, 1722. Married Oct. 31, 1745, to Hannah Borden, who was born March 31, 1723, and died at Stockbridge, Mass., Jan. 20, 1803. Nehemiah died at Stockbridge Feb. 3, 1800.
Nehemiah removed to Hartland, Conn., about 1760, where he built a hotel which he kept many years. He sold out in 1797 and moved to Stockbridge, Mass., where one of his sons was located. He died there Feb. 3, 1800, and his wife Hannah Borden died Jan. 20, 1803. Both were buried at Stockbridge.
The records show that one Nehemiah Andrus, name not found as Andrews, whose rank is not stated, served as a member of Capt. Benjamin Hutchins Co., 18th regiment Conn. militia, commanded by Jonathan Pettibone, Esq., Revolutionary War. This name appears on an unidentified pay abstract, which shows that he arrived at New York Aug. 18, 1776, and that he was discharged Sept. 25, 1776, and that he served one month and 21 days, including 7 days marching down and 6 days returning home. Signed, T. Winsworth, The Adjutant General.
War Department, Washington, D. C., Oct. 20, 1908.
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