Slavic and especially-Ashkenazic Jewish surname. Variant of "Anderson" or "Andrews".
In 1906, a Buzhanka, Zvenigorodka, Kiev (now Buzhanka, Cherkas'ka Oblast)-based Jew named Vilgelm Andrulevich (Wilgelm Andrulewicz) voted in the Duma elections. His voting record for 1906 appears on JewishGen.org and Ancestry.com.
by Nickidewbear August 11, 2011

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