Andrew Sewell
Source:  History of Steuben County, IN  (1885) p.841

Andrew Sewell was born in Harrison County, Ohio, Aug. 20, 1823, a son of
Abner and Mary Sewell, his father a native of Maryland, and his mother of
Ohio.  When he was a child his parents moved to Tuscarawas County, Ohio,
where he was reared and there married, Dec. 12 1844, Priscilla Crago, a
native of Harrison County, born March 6, 1827.  They moved to Defiance
County, Ohio, where he followed farming till 1868, when he located in
Steuben County, Ind., buying the mill property of Samuel Husselman.  This
property he has greatly improved, expending in the past two years about
$4,000.  He has a good custom trade, which is constantly increasing.  He is
one of the best citizens of the village of Hamilton, and has by his upright
dealing won the confidence and esteem of the business circles.  Mrs. Sewell
died May 22, 1860.  Their family consisted of ten children -- Mrs. May Ann
Steitsmith (deceased), Abner, Mrs. Sarah E. Weir, Isaac N., Mrs. Melvina
Sweet, Nancy, Rebecca (died aged three years), Solomon (died aged nineteen
years), James H. and Mrs. Priscilla Kepler.  Jan. 31, 1861, Mr. Sewell
married Sarah M. Crago, a sister of his first wife, a native of Harrison
County, Ohio, born May 5, 1835.  To them have been born ten children --
Rosa, Green B., Andrew F. (died aged thirteen years), Julia C. (died aged
four years), Charles (died aged thirteen years), Lillie May, Asa M., Bertha,
Albert E. and Edwin L. (died in infancy).  Mr. and Mrs. Sewell are members
of the Methodist Episcopal church.  In politics he is a Democrat.