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Andrew Beard
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Birth: Sep. 27, 1741
Reading
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Jan. 22, 1831
Gardner
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA

Andrew Beard was a Revolutionary War Veteran and one of the founding fathers of Gardner, MA.

Andrew Beard is known to have been a private in Captain Miles Company, in Colonel John Whitcomb's Regiment in 1775.

Beard was married to a Miss Burnap and together they had 11 children. In addition Beard was a carpenter in Gardner and signed the petition to incorporate Gardner as a town in 1785.

Beard's tombstone reads:
ANDREW
BEARD
MASS MIL
REV WAR
1831 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Andrew Beard (1719 - 1776)
  Elizabeth Nichols Beard (1719 - 1804)
 
 Children:
  Hepsebeth Beard (1776 - 1857)*
  Bethiah Beard Wood (1784 - 1835)*
  Lucinda Beard (1790 - 1857)*
 
 Siblings:
  Andrew Beard (1741 - 1831)
  Cleavland Beard (1748 - 1826)*
  Joseph Beard (1750 - 1813)*
  Abigail Beard (1757 - 1842)*
  Dorcas Beard Buck (1759 - 1834)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Old Burying Ground
Gardner
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Created by: Kyle Brinkmann
Record added: Jun 06, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11100483
Andrew Beard
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- Lanie
 Added: Oct. 18, 2013
Thank you for my freedom. Rest in peace today and every day!
- Kate Duvall
 Added: Oct. 16, 2009

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 Added: Aug. 31, 2007
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