MINUTES OF THE WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE 1819
(4) LEWIS ANDREWS. He was a man of eminent piety, and of unblemished conduct. He sustained the office of Itinerant Preacher with great acceptance, upwards of fourteen years, and was very useful in every Circuit where he was stationed. His amiable temper, his faithful ministry and his unwearied diligence in the discharge of every duty, endeared him to all who knew him, but especially to the church of God. After a fortnight’s indisposition, his complaint assumed an alarming appearance, and, for the most part, rendered him delirious, and almost deprived him of the use of speech; yet, in the intervals of his delirium, he was peaceful and happy. He was called to his great reward on Wednesday, December 2nd, 1818, aged thirty-eight years.