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From the Ste. Genevieve Herald, Saturday, Dec. 9, 1882
About two weeks ago, there died at Chicago a Negro woman named
Louise C. ANDREWS at the unusual high age of 103 years. She was born
at Potorloo(?) on the island of Haiti, came to the United States
when she was 12 years old, was married at Ste. Genevieve, Mo., and
became mother of 12 children. Her first husband, JACKSON sold her
for $200 to a St. Louis lawyer who gave her her liberty three years
after. In 1852 she came to Chicago and was married to John ANDREWS
who died seven years later. All her children were born as slaves.
Mrs. Andrews was always enjoying the best of health.