Bio: Andrews, William & Mary Jane (Arrived in Spencer 1891)


Surnames: Andrews, Hoftiezer, Vanderhoof, Driscoll

Source: Spencer Centennial Book (1874 – 1974)

William and Mary Jane Andrews came from the town of Mitchel, Sheboygan County to Spencer in 1891, and located on land south of Spencer, later known as the Hoftiezer farm. They owned and operated Hotel Andrews on Pacific Street, now the property of Charles Vanderhoof. Mrs. Andrews was also co-owner of the Driscoll, Colby, Andrews Mill, the last large sawmill erected in Spencer. Their son, Bert Anderson, and daughter, Mae, who married Lawrence Driscoll, remained in Spencer throughout their lives.



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