Evansville Woman Weds Baltimore Man
Mrs. Mary Millard and Byron Andrews Married in East Friday, February 12
The Misses Betty and Mardyth Millard entertained a group of friends at their home on west Main street, Wednesday evening at which time the marriage of their mother, Mrs. Mary Millard, this city, and Byron Andrews, Baltimore, Md., was announced.
The ceremony was performed in the Baptist church at Towson, Md., Friday, February 12, by the Rev. Thomas Ellis. Mrs. Andrews arrived here Monday evening and will remain until the close of the school years, when accompanied by her sons, Gerald and Dewayne, she will leave for Parksville, Md., to join her husband.
Mr. Andrews is well known in Evansville, having often visited here with his grandparents and aunts, the late Mr. and Mrs. John C. Andrews, and Miss Eleanora Andrews and Mrs. Marilla Buchwalter.
March 4, 1943, Evansville Review, p. 4, col. 6, Evansville, Wisconsin [courtesy of Ruth Ann Montgomery]
Byron Andrews, 63, Dies in Baltimore
Member Of Pioneer Evansville Family Is Interred In Janesville Tuesday ----
Byron Andrews, 63, a member of a pioneer Evansville family, died in his home in Baltimore, Md., Friday night, and funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the Overton funeral home in Janesville with the Rev. John Estes, pastor of the Janesville First Baptist church, officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill cemetery.
Mr. Andrews is survived by his wife, the former Mrs. Mary Millard, Evansville; three sisters, Belle Andrews of Ohio and two sisters in Maryland; two step-sons, Wayne Millard, Salina, Kas., and Pvt. Gerald Millard, Camp Robert's Calif.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Rollin Golz and Mrs. Gordon Doering, Janesville and three grandchildren.
December 6, 1951, Evansville Review, p. 1, Evansville, Wisconsin [courtesy of Ruth Ann Montgomery]
Oak Hill Cemetery
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