Sherlock James Andrews
He moved to Cleveland, Ohio to assist with the development of the state. He served as the first president for the city council and public library board. Andrews also promoted the building of the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railway.
In 1840, Andrews was elected to the 27th Congress as a Whig. Due to health issues, he did not seek reelection in 1842. He served as Judge of the Cleveland Superior court from 1848 to 1850. He lost the following election. Instead, he joined the Ohio Constitutional convention as a delegate from 1850-51. In 1867 he served as the U.S. Attorney for Ohio. He stayed a member of the Cleveland City Council until his death in 1880.
Harvard Law School in 1825
Prosecuting Attorney (Ohio) 1830
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