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George D. Andrews
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Birth: Aug. 30, 1868
Wake County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Aug. 30, 1914
Rosemary
Halifax County
North Carolina, USA

His parents were Joseph Andrews and​ Elizabeth "Lizzie" Terry
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1880 Census, Saint Matthews, Wake County, N.C.,p.416:
(all last name Andrews, all born in N.C.)
Joseph Andrews 78 Farmer
Elizabeth 35 wife
George 12
Jake 10
Tabetha 8
Gaston 6
Joseph 3
daughter 1
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1900 Census, St. Matthews, Wake County, N.C.#268:
G. D. Andrews 33 married 7 years (1893)
Bertha 22
Lillie 6
J. E. son 0
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1910 Census, Raleigh, Wake County, N.C.#89:
(all last name Andrews, all born in N.C.)
George D. Andrews 42
Birtha J. 33
Tillie B. 16
Birtes L. 10
Bessie M. 6
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George was from Wake County, N.C. but he died in Halifax County, N.C. His middle name might be David. (?)
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He married the elusive Bertha Jane BRAY Andrews!

George worked at the Cotton Mill.

They lived in Rosemary, N.C. when George died.
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They had at least 5 children...
Lillie
Bertie
Bessie Mae
Emma
J.E. (son)
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Family links: 
 Parents:
  Joseph J. Andrews (1802 - ____)
  Elizabeth Betty Terry Andrews (1845 - ____)
 
 Spouse:
  Bertha Jane Bray Andrews (1878 - 1957)*
 
 Children:
  Lillian Andrews Loomis (1894 - 1980)*
  Birtie L. Andrews Straughn (1903 - 1944)*
 
 Siblings:
  George D. Andrews (1868 - 1914)
  Jacob Mordecai Andrews (1869 - 1952)*
  Gaston A. Andrews (1873 - 1940)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: E.B. Glover Funeral Home, Roanoke Rapids, N.C.
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Created by: deegraver
Record added: Mar 27, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25573161
George D. Andrews
Added by: deegraver
 
 
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- Amanda Bishop Burns
 Added: May. 9, 2014

- deegraver
 Added: Jul. 25, 2012
 
 
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