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Manassah Andrews
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Birth: Nov. 9, 1794
Death: Apr. 19, 1881

Born in Raynham, Bristol County, Massachusetts Mr. Andrews was a son of Zephaniah Andrews and Hepsibah Andrews (née Luscomb).

An early industrialist, Manassah Andrews lived his entire married life in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

He was father to Brigadier General George Leonard Andrews of Civil War and West Point Fame. General Andrews was head professor of languages (specializing in French) during his time post The Civil War at West Point.

In addition to the children listed below that "find a grave" added at their own discretion there is ALSO my Great Grandfather Manassah Lloyd Andrews (1844 -1931) who married
Sophia Lyon Wade Marston (1855 -1936) daughter of William Torrey Marston and Henrietta (née Wade) Marston. 
Family links: 
  Harriet Leonard Andrews (1808 - 1883)*
  George Leonard Andrews (1828 - 1899)*
  Harriet F Andrews Davis (1831 - 1910)*
  Hepsie L Andrews (1838 - 1881)*
  Manassah Lloyd Andrews (1844 - 1931)*
  Clifford Andrews (1852 - 1879)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: This family lot is found at the very front of Mt. Prospect Cemetery, Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Mount Prospect Cemetery
Plymouth County
Massachusetts, USA
Created by: Preservationist
Record added: Mar 14, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13616523
Manassah Andrews
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Manassah Andrews
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Manassah Andrews
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