|Birth: ||Oct. 17, 1878|
|Death: ||May 11, 1902|
CLEVELAND COUNTY HERALD - May 15, 1902
MR. DUNCAN ANDREWS
Last Sunday morning at 6 o'clock after suffering intense pain since Thursday, Duncan Andrew's spirit took flight and went to try the realities of another world. While working at the plainer at Kendall's Mill last Thursday a piece of plank was forced back by a larger piece of timber and driven entirely through him but notwithstanding death seemed certain from the beginning, he bore his suffering without complaint.
Mr. Andrews was a sober, honest and worthy young man who had the respect and esteem of all who knew him. He had been married only about five months and to the young widow we extend our deepest sympathy as well as to the father and mother.
He also leaves a sister, Mrs. O.A. Griffin, of this place and one brother, Mr. Walter Andrews who holds a position with the J.I. Porter Lumber Co. at this place with them we also sympathize.
His remains were laid to rest at the Mt. Zion graveyard. He was buried by the Woodmen of the World who will in due time erect a monument to his memory.
Mount Zion Cemetery
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Record added: Dec 15, 2010
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Kathy Murphy Cook
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