Andrew Job Means was born on June 15, 1837. Find a grave lists this date as does a Means family genealogy site but I can't find a good cite for this 
The Daily Ardmoreite has an obit for Andrew. The date of the obit is July 14, 1914 and is the date of death. The obit says Andrew was 81 years old giving him a date of birth of 1934. This DOB is probably incorrect.
On Sep. 17, 1857, Andrew married Martha Evans in Nacogdoches, Texas.
In 1870, Andrew lived with his wife and children in Sandie Mountain, TX.
Andrew MeansGender: MaleBirth: June 1837 - Tennessee, United StatesResidence: 1900 - Gritts town, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, USAAge: 63Marital status: MarriedMarriage: Circa 1887Race: WhiteEthnicity: AmericanWife: Eliza MeansCensus: Show detailsHide details
↑ Source: #S1https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-40000/geni-world-family-tree?s=306168521&itemId=312270976&action=showRecord Andrew Job MeansGender: MaleBirth: June 15 1835 - Overton County, Tennessee, United StatesDeath: 1916 - Texas, United StatesFather: Clemens Smith Means, Rev.Mother: Nancy Means (born Carlock)Wife: Sarah Ware Means (born Hensley)Child: John MeansSiblings: Susan Campbell (born Means), Andrew Job Means, Mary Elizabeth Jackson (born Means), Martha Ann Merian Tate (born Means), James Monroe Means, Lafayette M. Means, Nancy Caroline Damron (born Means), Lavina Ann Vaught (born Means), Mary E. Damron (born Means), Robertson Smith Means, Jennings D. Means
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Andrew Means Gender: Male Birth: June 1837 - Tennessee, United States Residence: 1900 - Gritts town, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, USA Age: 63 Marital status: Married Marriage: Circa 1887 Race: White Ethnicity: American Wife: Eliza Means Census: Show detailsHide details Township:Gritts townEnum. District:41Family:823 County:Cherokee NationSeries:T623Line:77 State:Indian TerritoryRoll:1241846Image:800 Date:1900-00-00Sheet:45 See household members <a id="household"></a>Household Relation to head; Name; Age Head; <a href="research/collection-10131/1900-united-states-federal-census?s=306168521&itemId=15932698-&groupId=2fe3c8ac0534ebba7b6747e876aab2b0&action=showRecord">Andrew Means</a>; 63 Aunt; <a href="research/collection-10131/1900-united-states-federal-census?s=306168521&itemId=15932701-&groupId=2fe3c8ac0534ebba7b6747e876aab2b0&action=showRecord">Rebecca Newberry</a>; 63 Wife; <a href="research/collection-10131/1900-united-states-federal-census?s=306168521&itemId=15932699-&groupId=2fe3c8ac0534ebba7b6747e876aab2b0&action=showRecord">Eliza Means</a>; 43 Adopted son; <a href="research/collection-10131/1900-united-states-federal-census?s=306168521&itemId=15932700-&groupId=2fe3c8ac0534ebba7b6747e876aab2b0&action=showRecord">Gray Gilberts</a>; 10
Andrew Job Means Birth names: A. J. MeansAndrew J. MeansAndrew Jobe MeansJames Means Gender: Male Birth: Circa 1824 - Clay Co, Mo Marriage: Spouse: Martha A Evans - Oct 4 1857 - Nacogdoches, Texas Marriage: Spouse: Eliza B. Northrip - Aug 31 1887 - LLANO CO. TX. Marriage: unmd Death: July 14 1914 - WILSON, CARTER CO. OK. Burial: 1916 - Old Cemetery, Wilson, Oklahoma Parents: Clemens Smith Means, Nancy Means (born Carlock) Spouses: Martha A Means (born Evans), Eliza B. Means (born Northrip) Children: Andrew Dorman Means, John Robertson Means Sr., William Walace Means, Delia Jane Means, Nancy Means, Susan Jane Means, Martha Ann Salmon (born Means), Mary A. Mollie Brantley (born Means), Robert Lee Means, Ellenora Robinson (born Means), Joe Means, Sarah Amner Clark (born Means) Siblings: Lavina Ann Vaught (born Means), Susan (born Means), Lafayette M Means, Nancy Caroline Damron (born Means), Martha Ann Merian Tate (born Means), Mary E. Damron (born Means), James Monroe Means, Mary Elizabeth Jackson (born Means), Jennings D. Means, Robert Smith Means
Source: S81 Fay Douglas Northrip Northrip Web Site NOTEMyHeritage.com family tree Family site: Northrip Web Site Family tree: Northrip Genealogy
Source: S85 FamilySearch Family Tree Publication: Name: MyHeritage; NOTEThe FamilySearch Family Tree is published by MyHeritage under license from FamilySearch International, the largest genealogy organization in the world. FamilySearch is a nonprofit organization sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church).
Source: S98 1900 United States Federal Census Publication: Name: MyHeritage; NOTEFederal census takers were asked to record information about every person who was in each household on the census day. A census taker might have visited a house on a later date, but the information he collected was supposed to be about the people who were in the house on the census day. The basic census enumeration unit was the county. Each county was divided into enumeration districts, one for each enumerator. The completed forms were sent to the Commerce Department's Census Office in Washington, D.C.Federal censuses are usually reliable, depending on the knowledge of the informant and the care of the census enumerator. Information may have been given to a census taker by any member of the family or by a neighbor. Some information may have been incorrect or deliberately falsified.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Andrew by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Andrew: