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Amos Montgomery "George" Andrews
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Birth: Dec. 9, 1848
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Death: Feb. 23, 1922
Thatcher
Box Elder County
Utah, USA

The Sexton has recently been involved with writing the Bothwell History. She indicated that he was brought into the area as a hired man, and worked for the Albert (Burt) Firth family & daughter Clair (b. 1922). He lived in a home on the South East corner of 11200 North 10800 West. He died in a house fire that consumed the home.
Death Certificate 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Charles Amos Betts Andrews (1800 - 1865)
  Keturah Eliza Button Andrews (1814 - 1889)
 
 Spouse:
  Caroline Matilda Brackenbury Andrews (1852 - 1881)
 
 Children:
  Caroline Keturah Andrews (1879 - 1918)*
  George Montgomery Andrews (1880 - 1951)*
 
 Siblings:
  Lovisa Andrews Bronson (1830 - 1912)*
  Olivia Chalista Andrews Bronson (1833 - 1864)*
  Jane Rosetta Andrews Marsh (1836 - 1908)*
  Zebulon Dewight Andrews (1838 - ____)*
  Amos Montgomery Andrews (1848 - 1922)
  Harriett Cholista Alwilda Andrews Shupe (1853 - 1916)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Valley View Cemetery
Bothwell
Box Elder County
Utah, USA
Plot: Plot 7 Lot 12
 
Created by: Redriver
Record added: Aug 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55985759
Amos Montgomery George Andrews
Added by: John Sagers
 
Amos Montgomery George Andrews
Added by: Redriver
 
Amos Montgomery George Andrews
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- Lynn Sebastian-Sotelo
 Added: Jul. 11, 2014

- Elizabeth Ann Schroeder
 Added: Apr. 6, 2011
This Individual is located in an unmarker grave in the Bothwell Cemetary. He is located in Plot 7 Lot 12.I picked Blue Bells because the hills above the Cemetary is where I as a child went in the Sprng to pick Blue Bells as we visited my great Aunt and ...(Read more)
- fullerfarms
 Added: Aug. 14, 2010
 
 
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