On Dec. 29, 1854, Sallie Andrews Clark gave the two acres of land on which the Mt. Gilead Methodist Church stands today.
Was a Civil War Veteran. 28th N.C. Infantry, C.S.A. (Co. E). His tombstone is engraved w/ this fact. No dates of birth or death are marked on the tombstone. He is buried w/ other Andrew in the Mispah cemetery. In the N.C. register of Civil War troops it is written about Seth: Andrews, Seth. Private. Resided in Montgomery County and enlisted in Wake County on February 10, 1864 for the war. Captured near Petersburg, Virginia, April 12, 1865. Confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, until released on June 22, 1865, after taking the Oath of Allegiance. The huge family farm where Seth and his children's families lived and worked came from the Harriet Whitlock Family (his wife). It reached from US Highway #1 to the Pee Dee River in the Cordova area.