the andrew family
There are three members of the Andrew family buried in the Table Rock Cemetery -- husband and wife Dann and Lydia Andrew, and a young by the name of Lincoln S. whose parents were George and May Andrew. There was a business in 1894 called "Andrew Brothers, Dealers in Hardware and Furniture, see the ad below. Were George and Dann were the Andrew Brothers? And in 1900, there was "Kovanda and Andrew," a general store, see the ad below. Which Andrew was that? Was it Dann, George, or yet another Andrew?
Dann & Lydia Andrew
Photo 208 - Dann and Lydia Andrew. The frame is stamped with a photo studio inscription in Peotone, Illinois. On the back is written, Dann Andrew and Lydia Brumond Andrew, TR residents 1894 to 1924, "President School Board, President, Methodist Church" and doesn't say which, but probably Dann. (It is Dann and not Dan.)
george & mary andrew and their son lincoln s.
No reference to George and May Andrew found as of February 2015 except on the tombstone of Lincoln S. Andrew as his parents. Dann Andrew was born in 1865, perhaps this was a brother.
Additional photographs of the Andrew family, photocopies only, were included on Disc 8 of the various records maintained in the Stehlik Building of the Table Rock Historical Society museums. They are as follows: A picture taken of Dr. Lloyd Andrew in Philadelphia in 1917. According to thge photo, he was born in Table Rock in 1897. He was the first board certified urologist in the United States. Pictures of baby Dan Edgar Andrew (1919), Dan & Dick Woods Andrew (1919 or 1922 on Dann Andrew farm), Raymond Andrew (undated), Lotta Woods Andrew (1915). The relationship of these family members is unknown. (Note that Dann Andrew is spelled Dan Andrew.)
FindaGrave.com identifies Lloyd Andrew, buried in Pennsylvania. The 1917 picture taken above was noted as being taken in Philadelphia. Perhaps this is Dr. Lloyd Andrew....
FindaGrave.com identifies Col. Dan E. Andrew as buried in North Carolina. This is almost certainly the Dan Andrew of the baby picture. The baby picture is annotated 1919, and Col. Andrew was born in 1919. An obituary posted on the FindaGrave memories notes that he was born in Nebraska in 1919, although it does not say where. The obituary says he lived in Illinois (Park Ridge and Woodstock). A pciture Dann and Lydia Andrew (photo 208) has the studio imprint indicating Peotone, Illinois, so the family had connections in Illinois. Peotone is a village of 4,000 people in the northeast section of Illinois; a look at a map shows Park Ridge is not far from there. Woodstock is a bit farther, but still in the northeast sector and not all that far.
July 13, 1894:
March 11, 1898
August 16, 1889
May 24, 1900