|Birth: ||Nov. 15, 1766|
|Death: ||Jun. 23, 1830|
F. B. LYTLE, farmer; P. O. South Lebanon. The gentleman whose name is presented at the head of this memoir is a descendant of one among the early pioneers in Union Township; he was born in 1823, and is a son of
... William B. Lytle, who was born in Mifflin Co., Penn., in the year 1796.
... He was a son of Andrew Lytle, who was born in Pennsylvania Nov. 15, 1766, and who was of Irish lineage; in the year 1796, he, with his wife and two children (Robert and William), on horseback, came over the mountains to Ohio, and located in Deerfield; he established a tanyard in the above place, the first in the county, if not the first in the State; he afterward purchased two farms of 160 acres each, both lying in the Union Township; he continued in the tanning business till his death, which occurred June 23, 1830, aged 64. His wife departed this life Sept. 29, 1833, aged 70 years; they were parents of three children, who grew to maturity, viz., Robert, William and David (all deceased). He was one of the promoters and organizers of the Christian Church, the first ecclesiastical society established in the township; he served in the capacity of Justice of the Peace for a number of years, and none ever questioned the integrity nor the honesty of purpose of Andrew Lytle.
("The History of Warren Co., OH" Beers Pg 1059)
Home of Andrew Lytle in the Village of Deerfield now South Lebanon, built in 1796. The site of the first tanyard in Warren County and possibly the State of Ohio. Restored by South Lebanon resident Dean Evans. (includes picture of the two story house)
Andrew Lytle (1766-1830)
Died, on Wednesday last at his residence in Deerfield, Andrew Lytle, an old and respectable inhabitant of that place. The deceased had for many years labored under a painful and afflicting disease which finally terminated his existence.
Source: The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, June 28, 1830; Copy from the Obituary Collection at the Warren County Genealogical Society,
Thanks to Sue McDuffe, findagrave.com contributor, for identifying his parents.
Robert Lytle (1730 - 1779)
Margaret Elliott Lytle (1730 - ____)
Elizabeth Bell Lytle (____ - 1833)*
Edward E. Lytle (____ - 1846)*
Robert Lytle (1753 - 1838)*
Mary Lytle Crane (1760 - 1828)*
Andrew Lytle (1766 - 1830)
William Lytle (1774 - 1840)*
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Originally Created by: Jason R. Tindall Sr.
Record added: Nov 06, 2006
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RIP, Uncle Andrew and Elizabeth, and children Robert, William, and David.|
Added: Mar. 4, 2015