(1782-1854), arrived in New Orleans, Louisiana
LeHavre, France on Feb. 12, 1846 on the "Queen Victoria".
in Thones, Savoie, France. He married Caroline
(1784?-1866). Maurice served
the court of
Bonaparte. He was an
sister Pauline. Sophie also
Pauline as a lady-in-waiting.
Later that year, more Andre family arrived: Sophie, her
Jeanne & Pauline with three grandsons Maurice
Damien & Philip.
They came on the "James N. Cooper",
forty-three days arriving
in New Orleans
Dec. 24, 1846.
It is still unknown as to when Maurice/Sophie's son
arrived but it is noted that his wife Marie
It is known that
they all lived in New Orleans
a while before
migrating to Ste. Genevieve, Missouri.
The Andre's lived in the Hubardeau House located at
N. 4th St. The
still stands and serves as a Bed &
Breakfast. Although the
Jane Arthur (our great-great grandmother)
work for the Andre's by Jane's slave owner,
Jane became pregnant by Dr. Maurice
Andre in 1863
and gave birth
Charles Edward Andre
(1863-1948). The Hertich
located at 99 N. Main St. and
also serves as a Bed &
Dr. Andre graduated from St. Louis Medical College in
Clementine Bernays and they had three
Anna (1871-1958) &
served in the
Surgeon and moved to Osceola,
Arkansas where he married
Erma Strickland. Anna married
with whom she
bore three children; Maurice,
Andre Francis (Francois) & Carol
Clement. She then
Johnson and Charles
Dr. Andre's youngest daughter Irma died at age 19.
Andre's from this branch are interred at the
Genevieve. Our great-
Andre migrated to Idaho.