The Andrews Family


Andrews Printers, High Street, Epsom
Andrews Printers, High Street, Epsom c.1890s

There was an Andrews presence in Epsom for well over a century, beginning with the arrival of William Andrews in about 1790 and effectively ending with the death of his grandson, James, in 1915.

The family's story is in four parts, as follows:-
Part 1 William Andrews Senior and his family.
          William Andrews lived from about 1761 to 1846.

Part 2 William Chase Morrish Andrews and Lucy Welby Dorling.
          WCM Andrews lived from about 1801 to 1857 and Lucy from 1808 to 1896.

Part 3 James Andrews, son of W C M and Lucy Andrews.
          James lived from 1839 to 1915.

Part 4 The Andrews Sisters.
This section covers Emily, Elizabeth and Lucy, the three daughters of WCM and Lucy Andrews who married and had families of their own. There is of necessity some overlap between the various parts but it is hoped that the reader can follow the plot rather more easily in this way.

Link to next part.
Linda Jackson © November 2011


With especial thanks to Peter Reed, Bourne Hall Museum and all those volunteers who have made contributions to this website on the subject of the Andrews or Dorling families, bits of which I have 'borrowed' for this series in an attempt to pull together the family threads.


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