NORTHERN NEW YORK
Genealogical and family history of northern New York: a record of the achievements of her people
in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation.
New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co. 1910.
Transcribed by Coralynn Brown
Elisha Andrews was born in Huntington, Vermont, about 1800, one of a family of nineteen children, died at Richmond, Vermont. He was a farmer. He married Elsa Lynn.
Salmon F. (mentioned below), Horace.
(II) Salmon F., son of Elisha Andrews, was born at Huntington, Vermont, in 1835. He received a common school education. He followed farming all his active life and is now (1910) living, retired, with his son, Clarence Andrews, at Richmond, Vermont. For some years he lived at Middlesex, Vermont.
In politics he is a Republican. He has held various offices of trust and honor in Vermont. He is a member of the Congregational church, and was formerly a trustee of the society.
He married Ellen Sumner, born at Stockholm, N.Y. in 1836, died Feb., 1908, daughter of Henry Sumner.
1. Clark S., a shoe dealer in Barre, Vermont.
2. Lillian, married Fred W. Powers, of Waterbury, Vermont.
3. Clayton Gerald, mentioned below.
4. Clarence Bertrand, a farmer at Richmond, Vermont.
5. Carolotta, married Stephen C. Sumner, principal of the high school at Scio, N.Y.
(III) Dr. Clayton Gerald Andrews, son of Salmon F. Andrews, was born at Middlesex, Vermont, Nov. 26, 1870. He attended the public schools of Richmond and Burlington, Vermont. He studied his profession in the medical department of the University of Vermont and graduated with the degree of M.D. in 1897. He was on the medical staff of the Vermont State Hospital for the Insane the same year and continued for seven years. In 1905 he took a short course in the Post-Graduate Hospital, New York. In 1906 he began to practice his profession at Canton, N.Y., and has continued there since.
He is a member of the St. Lawrence County Medical Society, the New York State Medical Society, the American Medical Association, and the American Medico-Physiological Association.
He is an elder in the Presbyterian church at Canton.
In politics he is a Republican.
He married, Sept. 28, 1899, Mabel Hutchinson, of Burlington, Vermont, daughter of Merrill N. Hutchinson.
1. Sumner Trask, died in infancy.
2. Geraldine, born at Waterbury, Vermont.
3. Florence, born in Canton, New York.
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