91st PA: William H Andrews

William H Andrews

Before the war

He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1830/44 (probably earlier in that period). [source: date: 5 (20 in 1864), 11 (45 in 1882), 14 (45 in 1882), 15 (17 in 1850), 16 (40 in 1870). place: 5, 14, 15, 16]

In 1850, he was living in Cedar Ward, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was living with his (presumed) mother Margaret Andrews, and with his (presumed) siblings David, Sarah, Samuel, Joseph, Mary, and John Andrews. He was a stonecutter. [source: 15]

He knew George Borlan for about six months before Borlan's enlistment. [source: 9]

Probably in fall 1863, he was living at 1633 Catherine Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was a stonecutter. [source: 12]

When he enlisted, he was a stone c[utter?]. [source: 5]

Description

When he enlisted, he was 5 feet 7 inches tall, and had a light complexion, blue eyes, and light hair. [source: 5]

During the war

He enlisted and was mustered into service on 9 February 1864. He was enlisted for three years, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by Lieutenant Shipley. He was mustered in as a private in company H, by Lieutenant Boorke. [sources: 1, 5, 8, 9, 10, 17, 18]

On the March/April 1864 muster roll, he was reported present, at Warrenton Junction, Virginia. [source: 9]

On 2 May 1864, he was detailed as a guard at brigade headquarters. [source: 4]

He was wounded on 25 May 1864, at North Anna River, Virginia. A Minie ball struck him on the top of his head, 'cutting the scalp and causing a depression of the bone'. [sources: 1, 7, 10]

On the May/June 1864 muster roll, he was reported '[w]ounded at North Anna, May 25." 64--In Hospital'. [source: 9]

On 2 July 1864, he testified supporting the pension application of George Borlan's widow. He was then in Philadelphia on furlough; he lived in Philadelphia. [source: 9]

On the July/August 1864 muster roll, he was reported present. [source: 9]

On 5 November 1864, he was promoted to corporal, effective 3 November 1864. [source: 2]

On 5 March 1865, he went on a furlough, which expired on 20 March 1865. [source: 3]

On the March/April 1865 muster roll, he was reported a sergeant, but '[a]bsent without leave since March 20" 1865'. [source: 9]

On the May/June 1865 muster roll, he was reported present, as a private, but reduced to the ranks by sentence of court martial, and to have his pay reduced by $16 for one month. [source: 9]

He mustered out with his company on 10 July 1865. He was a private, in company H. [sources: 1, 8, 9, 10, 17, 18 (K)]

After the war

On 6 December 1865, he applied successfully for a pension, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was still providing information to the Pension Bureau in September 1869. George P Finney testified supporting his application. [sources: 6, 8, 10]

Probably in fall 1867, he was living at 2036 Jones Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was a stonecutter. [source: 12]

He married Isabella [unknown family name]. She was born in 1834/35, in Ireland. [sources: 13, 16]

In 1870, he was living in ward 7, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was living with his (presumed) wife Isabella. He was a stonecutter. [source: 16]

Probably in fall 1872, he was living at 2420 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was a stonecutter. [source: 12]

In 1880, he was living at 2327 Madison or Carlton Street?, ward 15, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was living with his wife Isabella. He was a stonecutter. [source: 13]

On 26 November 1882, he died. He died at his home, rear 2326 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He died of phthisis. On 30 November 1882, he was buried, in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [sources: 10, 11, 14]

His widow, Isabella Andrews, applied for the accrued pension. Her post office address was 2330 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her application was approved on 20 January 1883. [source: 10]

Sources

1 Bates, Samuel Penniman. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5. Harrisburg: B. Singerly, state printer, 1869-71. 5 volumes. 'Ninety-first regiment', volume 3, pages 186-233. (In the roster) (William H Andrews)

2 special order 104, HQ 91st PA, 5 November 1864 (Wm H Andrews)

3 enlisted men's furloughs (Wm H Andrews)

4 consolidated morning report, 91st Pennsylvania, 2 May 1864 (Wm H Andrews)

5 company H, descriptive list, #113 (William H Andrews)

6 pension index by name (William H Andrews)

7 'The Ninety-first Pennsylvania volunteers', Philadelphia Inquirer 8 June 1864 page 3 (Wm H Andrews)

8 pension index by regiment, 91st PA Infantry, company H (William H Andrews)

9 widow's pension certificate file, certificate WC 129,097, Margaret widow of George Borlan, National Archives and Records Administration, record group 15 (William H Andrews)

10 pension documents file, soldier's certificate 101448, William H Andrews, H 91 PA Vols (9 pages) (William H Andrews)

11 'Local intelligence', Philadelphia inquirer Tuesday 28 November 1882, page 3 (William Andrews)

12 Philadelphia city directories

13 1880 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 15, 37th electoral district, enumeration district 283, microfilm series T9, film 1175, page 467 = 12 D handwritten (FamilySearch) (William Andrews)

14 death certificate, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, 26 November 1882 (William Andrews)

15 1850 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Cedar Ward, microfilm series M432, film 812, page 16 recto = 21 handwritten (FamilySearch) (Wm Andrews)

16 1870 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 7, district 20, microfilm series M593, film 1392, page 520 recto = 157 handwritten (FamilySearch)] (Wm Andrews)

17 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (William H Andrews)

18 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (Aaron Anders)

Sources checked unsuccessfully

Pennsylvania veterans burial records
Ancestry index (accessed 2 April 2012)
Applications for headstones for military veterans 1925-1941
FamilySearch index (accessed 23 June 2012)
Records of headstones of deceased Union volunteers, 1879-1903
FamilySearch index (accessed 23 June 2012)
1850 US census
searching FamilySearch's index (accessed 7 January 2014) for William Andrews born PA 1832-1846 living in Philadelphia found six entries; I suspect #1 is the William Andrews who served in the 91st, since he is a stonecutter, I have transcribed it below:
(1) Wm Andrews (17, b. Philad, stonecutter), with Margaret (42, b. Ireland), David (21, b. Philad, paper binder), Sarah (12, b. Philad), Saml (8, b. Philad), Joseph (6, b. Philad), Mary (2, b. Philad), and John (24, b. Ireland, carpenter), in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Cedar Ward, microfilm series M432, film 812, page 16 recto = 21 handwritten (FamilySearch)
(2) William Andrews (6, b. PA), with William (30, b. PA, carptr), Elizabeth (34, b. PA), and Margret (4, b. PA), in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Kensington, ward 3, microfilm series M432, film 806, page 170 verso = 340 handwritten = 104 handwritten (FamilySearch)
(3) William Andrews (15, black, b. PA), with Sarah (38, b. MD), Jacob (19, b. PA, gilder), John (17, b. PA, carpenter), Elisabeth (13, b. PA), Andrew (11, b. PA), Joseph (9, b. PA), Sarah H (7, b. PA), Sarah Williams (50, b. PA), and Maria Anderson (25, b. DE), in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Moyamensing, ward 2, microfilm series M432, film 809, page 243 verso = 484 handwritten (FamilySearch)
(4) William Andrews (4, black, b. PA), with William (29, b. PA, labourer), Ellen (25, b. PA), Sarah (8, b. PA), John (5, b. PA), Charles (2, b. PA), et al., in Philadelphia, Moyamensing, ward 1, microfilm series M432, film 809, page 204 verso = 410 handwritten (FamilySearch)
(5) William Andrews (8, b. PA), with Catharine (35, b. Ireland), Mary (16, b. PA), Sarah (12, b. PA), John (10, b. PA), Alexander (9, b. PA), Catharine (6, b. PA), Anna (4, b. PA), et al., in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, North Mulberry Ward, microfilm series M432, film 815, page 357 recto = 711 handwritten (FamilySearch)
(6) William Andrews (17, b. PA, vitular [?]), with David Beviere et al., in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Southwark, ward 5, microfilm series M432, film 822, page 369 recto = 773 [?] handwritten (FamilySearch)
1860 US census
searching FamilySearch's index (accessed 7 January 2014) for William Andrews born PA 1832-1846 living in Philadelphia found five entries:
(1) Wm S Andrews (20, b. PA, [no occupation listed]), with Sarah Aber et al., in Philadelphia, ward 10, e.d., microfilm series M653, film 1160, page 708 = 274 handwritten (FamilySearch)
(2) Wm Andrews (17, b. PA, labourer), with John (20, b. PA, labourer), Alex (19, b. PA, labourer), Ann (14, b. PA), and Cath (16, b. PA), in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 10, microfilm series M653, film 1160, page 804 = 56 handwritten (FamilySearch)
(3) Wm A Andrews (28, b. PA, trunkmaker), with Julia (26, b. PA), Lizzie (7, b. PA), Fanny (5, b. PA), Wm E (3, b. PA), et al., in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 22, district 1, microfilm series M653, film 1173, page 133 = 133 handwritten (FamilySearch)
(4) Wm Andrews (22, b. PA, butcher), with Jacob Andrews (22, b. Germany, butcher) et al., in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 24, precinct 6, microfilm series M653, film 1175, page 843 = 35 handwritten (FamilySearch)
(5) Wm Andrews (20, b. PA, clerk), with Edwd P Cooper et al., in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 6, division 1, microfilm series M653, film 1156, page 664 = 53 handwritten (FamilySearch)

the Philadelphia city directories available on Fold3 had the following relevant entries, which however did not help me locate Andrews:
1861 Biddle's Philadelphia directory, page 18: 'Andrews William, stonecutter, Downing ab Callowhill'
page 91: 'Braddock William B., bricklayer, Downing n Callowhill', who may be the William Braddock, bricklayer, 45, born NJ, with Hanna (29, Ireland), Matilda (7, PA), and William (1, PA), in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 10, microfilm series M653, film 1160, page 809 = 61 handwritten (FamilySearch); I read three pages before and after this without finding a William Andrews
1861 Sherman's Philadelphia directory, p.319: 'Foster Thomas, moulder, Downing ab Callowhill', who may be the Thomas Foster, 23, moulder, born PA, with Rachel, 15, b. PA, in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 14, division 2, microfilm series M653, film 1164, page 540 = 164 handwritten (FamilySearch); I read three pages before and after this without finding a William Andrews
p.1263: 'Downing st. (Peter's al.) N fr 2000 Callowhill'
1890 US census, veterans' schedules
Ancestry index (accessed September 2006)--note that some entries had no identifying information
FamilySearch index (accessed 10 Jan 2014)--no Isabella Andrews; no William Andrews living in Philadelphia who served in the 91st
1900 US census
the FamilySearch index has no Isabelle Andrews living in Philadelphia born before 1850 (accessed 10 Jan 2014)
the FamilySearch index has three William Andrews born in PA in 1843-1844 (accessed 23 June 2012):
(1) William H Andrews (b. Jan 1844 PA, capitalist, married 16 years), with Madeline Andrews (35), William S Andrews (13) et al. (ward 1, Allegheny City, Allegheny, PA, s.d. 1, e.d. 6 page 35 = 3 B handwritten)
(2) William Anders (b. Apr 1844 PA, farmer, married 33 years), with wife Matilda (49) and son Llewellyn (33) (Rockamixon Township, Bucks County, PA, s.d.2, e.d. 29, page 217 = 8 A handwritten)
(3) William Andrews (53, b. PA, day laborer, widowed), on Island Road (ward 39, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, page 202 = 8 B handwritten)
1910 US census
the FamilySearch index has no Isabelle Andrews living in Philadelphia born before 1850 (accessed 10 Jan 2014)
the FamilySearch index has no William Andrews born in PA in 1843-1844 (accessed 23 June 2012)
1920 US census
the FamilySearch index has no Isabelle Andrews living in Philadelphia born before 1850 (accessed 10 Jan 2014)
the FamilySearch index has one William Andrews born in PA in 1843-1844 (accessed 23 June 2012):
(1) William S Andrews, 77, widowed, b. PA (father born Connecticut) (Cherokee State Hospital, Cherokee Township, Cherokee County, Iowa, s.d. 11, e.d. 19, p.18 = 13 B handwritten)
1930 US census
the FamilySearch index has no Isabelle Andrews living in Philadelphia born before 1850 (accessed 10 Jan 2014)
the FamilySearch index has no William Andrews born in PA in 1843-1844 (accessed 23 June 2012)
1940 US census
the FamilySearch index has no Isabelle Andrews living in Philadelphia born before 1850 (accessed 10 Jan 2014)
death notices
looked at death notices in the Philadelphia Inquirer for 27, 28, 29, 30 November 1882 (on GenealogyBank) (accessed 5 November 1882)
[they had no Philadelphia newspapers for 26 November 1882]
Find a grave
searched for William Andrew died 1882 and for William or Andrew(s) in Odd Fellows (accessed 5 January 2014)
RootsWeb WorldConnect
searched for William Andrews (metaphone) born 1840 +/- 10 and either married to Isabella or died in 1882 (accessed 10 January 2014)
Veterans administration pension payment cards, 1907-1933
FamilySearch index (read through Isabella Andrews cards 10 January 2014)

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William H Andrews in the 91st PA database

1850 census

[1850 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Cedar Ward, microfilm series M432, film 812, page 16 recto = 21 handwritten (FamilySearch)]
[identification is likely, since his occupation matches the occupation listed in the company descriptive list (entry 5 above)]
line1617181920212223
Dwellings visited187       
Families visited237       
NameMargaret AndrewsDavid AndrewsWm AndrewsSarah AndrewsSaml AndrewsJoseph AndrewsMary AndrewsJohn Andrews
Age4221171286224
SexFMMF MMFM
Color        
Occupation of males over 15 years Paper PrinterStone Cutter    Carpenter
Real estate owned        
BirthplaceIrelandPhiladDoDoDoDoDoIreland
Married within year        
Attended school within year   111  
Over 20 & can't read/write1       
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.        

1870 census

[1870 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 7, district 20, microfilm series M593, film 1392, page 520 recto = 157 handwritten (FamilySearch)]
[identification is probable, since (1) the occupation matches his occupation at enlistment according to the company descriptive roll, and (2) his apparent spouse's name matches the widow who applied for a pension]
[2420 Pine Street, where he was living in 1872, is probably at ward 7, district 21, page 80 handwritten (since household 439, family 616, is Philip (laborer) and Bridget McGuire, who lived at 2416 Pine according to the 1871 Gopsill's directory page 948)--and no Andrews is living within two pages of that]
[note that the only Patrick Tierney is at 2nd enumeration ward 9, district 27, page 40, 2034 Jones St (21, with Thos 30 and Cath 27)--and no Andrews is at 2036 Jones]
line78
Dwelling-house number1041 
Family number1170 
NameAndrews Wm- Isabella
Age4035
SexMF
ColorWW
OccupationStone CutterKeeping House
Real estate value  
Personal estate value  
BirthplacePennaIreland
Father foreign born 1
Mother foreign born 1
Birth month if born within year  
Marriage month if married within year  
Attended school past year  
Can't read  
Can't write 1
Deaf, dumb, blind, etc.  
Male US citizen at least 21 years old1 
Male US citizen at least 21 years old who can't vote ...  

1880 census

[1880 US census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 15, 37th electoral district, enumeration district 283, microfilm series T9, film 1175, page 467 = 12 D handwritten (FamilySearch)]
[identification is probable, since (1) his wife's name matches the name in the pension certificate file, and (2) his occupation matches the occupation in the pension certificate file and regimental records]
[I did not transcribe the other three people at this residence, Francis Drake and his wife and son]
line3839
street name[this seems to be either 'Madison St' (see column 1, lines 3-8) or Carlton St (see the margin, lines 24-31), but perhaps it should be Callowhill Street, based on his death notice]
house number[2327] 
dwelling visit #[6] 
family visit #9 
nameAndrews William- Isabella
colorWW
sexMF
age4845
month born if born in year  
relationship wife
single  
married11
widowed/divorced  
married during year  
occupationStone CutterKeeping House
months unemployed  
currently ill?  
blind  
deaf/dumb  
idiotic  
insane  
disabled  
school this year  
can't read  
can't write  
birthplacePennsylvaniaIreland
father's birthplaceIrelandIreland
mother's birthplaceIrelandIreland

index to compiled service records

[index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania]
[transcribed 7 Mar 2014, from Fold3]


Andrews, William H.
     William
Co. H, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt. | Pvt.
See also [blank]

GENERAL INDEX CARD.


[card 2, transcribed 7 March 2014]

index to compiled service records

[index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania]
[transcribed 7 Mar 2014, from Fold3]


Anders, Aaron
Co. K, 91 Pennsylvania Inf.
Pvt. | Pvt.
REFERENCE CARD.
Original filed under
Andrews, Aaron.

GENERAL INDEX CARD.

Philadelphia city directories

[transcribed June 2012 from Fold3]
1863 Biddle's and McElroy's Philadelphia directory, p.45
Andrews William, bottler, 1227 Rodman
Andrews William, laborer, 2223 Hamilton
Andrews William, laborer, Paul bel Sellers, Fkd
Andrews William A., trunks, 612 Chestnut, h 453 N 8th
Andrews William K., salesman, 513 Market, h 132 N 10th
Andrews William S., architect, 320 Franklin
1864 Biddle's and McElroy's Philadelphia directory, p.14
Andrews Wm., engineer, Edgemont ab Division
Andrews William, engineer, 2223 Hamilton
Andrews William, stonecutter, 1633 Catherine
Andrews William S., architect, 320 Franklin
1865 Sherman's Philadelphia directory, page 44
Andrews William, 1017 Pine
Andrews William S., architect, 320 Franklin
1866 McElroy's Philadelphia directory, page 44
Andrews William, bottler, 1227 Rodman
Andrews William, soap, 1 Quarry ct
Andrews William, spices, Lancaster av n 36th
Andrews William K., sec., 237 Dock, h 117 N 10th
Andrews William S., architect, 209 S 6th, h 320 Franklin
1867 McElroy's Philadelphia directory, page 47
Andrews William, butcher, 1720 S 7th
Andrews William, gentleman, 533 N 6th
Andrews William, laborer, bds 3464 Ludlow
Andrews William, stonecutter, 2036 Jones
[no other Andrews were at 2036 Jones]
1868 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 153
Andrews William, bottler, 1224 & h 1227 Rodman
Andrews William, driver, h 1144 Passyunk av
Andrews William, engineer, h 1540 N 2d
Andrews William, laborer, h R 812 Emeline
Andrews William, laborer, h 3464 Ludlow, WP
Andrews William, laborer, h 1720 S 7th
Andrews William, laborer, h 1409 Race
Andrews William A., trunks, 612 Chestnut, h 846 N 8th [see W A Andrews in earlier years]
Andrews William K., salesman, 9 S 4th h Woodbury
Andrews William S., architect, 209 S 6th, h 880 Marshall
1869 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, page 152
Andrews William, bottler, 1224 & h 1227 Rodman
Andrews William, butcher, h 1314 S 4th
Andrews William, laborer, h 1409 Race
Andrews William D., weaver, h 1433 Howard
Andrews William S., architect, 205 S 6th, h 880 Marshall
Andrews William W., machinist, h 949 S 6th
ANDREWS W. A., trunks & valises, 612 Chestnut, h Camden
1870 Gopsill's Philadelphia directory, p. 152
Andrews William, laborer, h r 812 Emeline
Andrews William, laborer, h 224 Marker
Andrews William, mineral waters, 1224 & h 1227 Rodman
ANDREWS WILLIAM A., trunks, 612 Chestnut, h Camden
Andrews William D., weaver, h 1433 Howard
Andrews William J., carman, h 1416 Noble
Andrews William S., architect, 205 S 6th, h 1724 N 13th
Andrews William W., machinist, h 949 S 6th
1871 Gopsill's, p.152
Andrews William, laborer, h r 812 Emeline
Andrews William, laborer, h 224 Marker
Andrews William, mineral waters, 1224 & h 1227 Rodman
Andrews W. A., trunks, 612 Chestnut, h 1633 Francis
Andrews William D., weaver, h 1433 Howard
Andrews William K., salesman, 140 N Front, h N.J
Andrews William J., carman, h 1116 Noble
Andrews William S., architect, 205 S 5th, h 1725 N 13th
Andrews William W., machinist, h 949 6th
1872 Gopsill's, p.150
Andrews William, laborer, h r 812 Emeline
Andrews William, laborer, h 224 Marker
Andrews William, mineral waters, 1224 & h 1127 Rodman
Andrews William, stonecutter, h 2420 Pine
Andrews William D., weaver, h 1433 Howard
Andrews William J., carman, h 1116 Noble
Andrews William S., architect, 205 S 6th, h 1724 N 13th

pension documents file

[pension documents file, soldier's certificate 101448, William H Andrews, H 91 PA Vols (9 pages)]
[received 4 January 2014, from National Archives and Records Administration; abstracted 5 January 2014]
9 Feb 1864
volunteered at Philadelphia for 3 years (p.3)
25 May 1864
wounded at North Anna River (according to the co. H May-June 1864 muster roll) (p.2)
wounded at or near Huntington Station Virginia (p.3)
'while preparing the line of battle between North Anna + Coal [sic] Harbor he was struck with a Minnie [sic] ball on the top and right side of of [sic] the head, cutting the scalp and several arteries and causing a depression of the bone so that he is unfit to work at his trade (Stone Cutter and not Cutler as stated in his discarge [sic]) and in warm weather and during a large part of year is unable to do any thing for his support by reason of said wound' (p.3)
10 July 1865
present at muster out of company (p.2)
mustered out at camp in the field, VA (p.3)
6 Dec 1865
William H Andrews applied for an invalid pension (p.3)
32 years old, post office address Philadelphia PA (p.3)
dated 1 Dec 1865 (p.4)
attorney: Tucker & Sells, Washington DC (p.3)
witnesses: John Chittick [?] and Wm McComb (p.3)
application 97,338 (p.6)
27 Feb 1866
the Adjutant General's Office reported the above-summarized information to the Pension Bureau (p.2)
30 Aug 1869
the Pension Office sent circular 13-1/2 to J E Devitt + Co, Philadelphia, informing them that Andrews had to give the name and location of the hospital in which he was treated, and the dates he was treated (p.6)
31 Aug 1869
Andrews informed the Pension Bureau that he was first treated at Columbia Hospital, Washington, on ? 5 May 1864; he remained there about 6 months, and was then returned to his regiment (p.8)
received 17 Sep 1869 (p.9)
his address: 906 Race Street (p.8)
13 Sep 1869
George P Finney late Capt H 91 PA swore that in May 1864 near the North Anna River, in action, and while in the actual line of his duty, Andrews 'received a gun shot wound in the top of his head severely inparing [sic] his skull' (p.7)
26 Nov 1882
William H Andrews died (p.5)
?
Isabella Andrews, his widow, applied for accrued pension under section 4718, RS (p.5)
post office address: 2330 Callowhill St, Philadelphia PA (p.5)
relationship proved by certificate of clerk of Common Pleas court, Philadelphia (p.5)
face and date of William's death proved by certificate of Clerk of Common Pleas Court, Philadelphia (p.5)
approved 20 January 1883 (p.5)

death notice

['Local intelligence', Philadelphia inquirer Tuesday 28 November 1882, page 3]
[transcribed from GenealogyBank, 4 January 2014]

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
LOCAL SCRAPS.
Items of Interest Transferred from the Reporters' Note Book.

William Andrews, aged forty-five years, was found dead in bed at his home, in the rear of No. 2326 Callowhill street

death certificate

[death certificate, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, 26 November 1882, William Andrews]
[transcribed 5 January 2014, from FamilySearch]

RETURN OF A DEATH
IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA.
CORONER'S CERTIFICATE.
1. Name of Deceased, William Andrews
2. Color, white
3. Sex, male
4. Age, 45 years
5. married
6. Date of Death, Nov. 26. 1882
7. Cause of Death, Phthisis
William S. Janney, MD. Coroner.
per Dugan

UNDERTAKER'S CERTIFICATE IN RELATION TO DECEASED.
8. Occupation, [blank]
9. Place of Birth, Phila
10. When a Minor, --
11. Ward, 15th
12. Street and Number, 2330 Callowhill St.
13. Date of Burial, Nov 30 1882
14. Place of Burial, Odd Fellows
Mrs Wm Cahill Undertaker.
Residence, 260 S. 20th St

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